Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 24 OF 32
|Main Title||Radium-226, uranium and other radiological data from water quality surveillance stations located in the Colorado River Basin of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona, January 1961 throug June 1972.|
|CORP Author||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region VIII. Surveillance and Analysis Division. Technical Investigations Branch.|
|Publisher||Environmental Protection Agency, Region VIII, Surveillance and Analysis Division, Technical Investigation and Surveillance Branch,|
|Report Number||SA TIB-24; 8SA/TIB-24|
|Stock Number||PB-244 920|
|Additional Subjects||Water pollution ; Uranium ores ; Colorado River Basin ; Tailings ; Radium isotopes ; Statistical analysis ; Concentration(Composition) ; Thorium ; Colorado ; Utah ; Arizona ; Lead isotopes ; Polonium 210 ; Graphs(Charts) ; New Mexico ; Water quality data|
|Collation||vi, 71, A-155 pages : illustrations, maps, map in pocket ; 27 cm.|
The RMN ('Radiological' or 'Radium Monitoring Network') System was established in 1961 at the direction of the 'Conference on the Matter of Interstate Pollution of the Colorado River and its Tributaries' and has continued to produce measurements of radium-226, total uranium, and other surface water parameters affected by the occurrence, extraction, and refining of uranium ore in the Colorado River Basin. The report presents all of the available data supplied by the RMN System to date. The report also examines certain of these data in terms of their long- and short-term trends. In excess of 3000 measurements of radium-226 and uranium in the dissolved state are presented as are many measurements of other radioactivity parameters.
A comprehensive release of data from the RMN (Radium Monitoring Network) system. Microfiche.