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Radon-hazard potential of Beaver basin area, Beaver County, Utah

Radon-hazard potential of Beaver basin area, Beaver County, Utah
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By: C. E. Bishop

Indoor-radon levels in the Beaver basin of southwestern Utah are the highest recorded to date in Utah. Measured indoor-radon concentrations range from 17.5 to 495pCi/L. These levels are well above those considered a health risk by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Both geologic (uranium content of soil, depth to ground water, soil permeability) and non-geologic (weather, home construction, life-style) factors affect indoor-radon levels. In this study, geologic factors are quantified and used to produce a radon-hazard-potential map of the Beaver basin area. The map helps prioritize radon testing and evaluation and the need for radon-resistant construction.

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Published: 1998
Pages: 38 p.
Location: Beaver County
Media Type: Paper Publication

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