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Analytical Package Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Analytical Package Metadata GSC field measurement of soil gas radon and permeability Full List Analytical Package Download Download analytical data for this package in one of three formats, depending on the desired convention for treating values below the lower detection limit: Negative Half Text Analytical Package Description Laboratory: In-situ

Keyword Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Keywords Soil Radon Potential Full List Summary Keyword Definition Soil Radon Potential Soil radon potential is defined as: SRP = ( C – C0) / ( -log P + log P0 ) where: C = soil gas radon concentration (kBq/m3) P = soil permeability (m2) C0 = 1 kBq / m3 P0 = 10-10 m2 Category: Analysed quantities Subcategory: Ratio Keywords corresponding to analysed

Keyword Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Keywords Radon Full List Summary Keyword Definition Radon Radon is a chemical element with symbol Rn and atomic number 86. It is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas, occurring naturally as an indirect decay product of uranium or thorium. Its most stable isotope, 222Rn, has a half-life of 3.8 days. Category: Analysed quantities

Geochemical Survey Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Survey Metadata Surface water Ontario 1968 Radon in surface water survey, NTS 41I, Greater Sudbury area, northern Ontario, 1968. Location map (requires an Internet connection) detailed map: Geological Survey of Canada, Northern Canada Division Survey Description During the last two weeks of June 1968, a reconnaissance survey on a scale of about 1 sample per

Analytical Suite Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Analytical Suite Metadata GSC field crew – soil permeability and radon Full List GSC field crew – measurement of soil permeability using a RADON-JOK apparatus. Soil gas radon is also measured, and the two measurements are used to calculate the “soil radon potential”. General Methodology: Soil gas permeability is measured using the Radon-JOK apparatus

Nuclear science

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Mar 12, 2019 ...Nuclear science Nuclear science Scientific and technical resources on nuclear energy, uranium, radiation, tritium and radon. Services and information Nuclear energy and uranium Scientific and technical reports on the nuclear sector, including health and nuclear waste disposal studies. Production and use of uranium and nuclear energy Nuclear energy

Renovating for energy efficiency | Natural Resources Canada

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Dec 19, 2019 ..., it can cause health risks if it is inhaled. For more information visit the Health Canada website. Radon Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is colourless, odourless and tasteless. It is formed from the radioactive decay of uranium, a natural material found in some soil, rock and groundwater. When radon is released into the outdoor air, it gets

Geochemical Publication Page

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Nov 18, 2019 ...Publication Metadata Dyck, W., Cameron, E.M. (1975). Surface lake water uranium-radon survey of the Lineament Lake area, District of Mackenzie. In Report of Activities Part A, April to October 1974. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 75-1A, p. 209-212. Further Info GEOSCAN Records Index Citation Download 1 Surface Lake Water Uranium-Radon Survey

Keyword Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Keywords radon Full List Keyword Definition Radon is a chemical element with symbol Rn and atomic number 86. It is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas, occurring naturally as an indirect decay product of uranium or thorium. Its most stable isotope, 222Rn, has a half-life of 3.8 days. Radon is one of the densest substances that remains

Geochemical Publication Page

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Nov 18, 2019 ...Publication Metadata Dyck, W. (1969). Field and laboratory methods used by the Geological Survey of Canada in geochemical surveys. No. 10: Radon determination apparatus for geochemical prospecting for uranium. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 68-21. Further Info GEOSCAN Records Index Citation Download 1 Field and Laboratory Methods Used By the Geological

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