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https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/kwd/kwd030153_e.htm

Mar 11, 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

Radiation Protection Regulations

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2000-203/page-2.html

Apr 8, 2019 ..., in millisievert (a) received by a person from sources outside the body; and (b) received by and committed to the person from sources inside the body, measured directly or from excreta. (E) I I means the activity, in becquerel, of any radionuclide that is taken into the body, excluding the radon progeny and the activity of other radionuclides accounted

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https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/kwd/kwd030152_e.htm

Mar 11, 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

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/svy/svy210372_e.htm

Mar 11, 2019 ...Survey Metadata Soil, Surface water Ontario 1968 Radon in surface water and soil survey, NTS 41J/7, 10, Elliot Lake area, northern Ontario, 1968. Location map (requires an Internet connection) detailed map: Geological Survey of Canada, Northern Canada Division Survey Description During the summer of 1968, radon concentrations in surface waters were measured

Geochemical Publication Page

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/pub/pub03075_e.htm

Mar 11, 2019 ...Publication Metadata Dyck, W. (1969). Development of uranium exploration methods using radon. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 69-46. Further Info Survey Coverage Index Survey 1 Radon in surface water and soil survey, NTS 31G/5, 12, Gatineau Park, Quebec, 1968. (more) 2 Radon in surface water and soil survey, NTS 41J/7, 10, Elliot Lake area, northern

Geochemical Survey Page

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/svy/svy210371_e.htm

Mar 11, 2019 ...Survey Metadata Soil, Surface water Quebec 1968 Radon in surface water and soil survey, NTS 31G/5, 12, Gatineau Park, Quebec, 1968. Location map (requires an Internet connection) detailed map: Geological Survey of Canada, Northern Canada Division Survey Description During the summer of 1968, radon concentrations in surface waters were measured in three

Analytical Suite Page

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/sui/sui00571_e.htm

Mar 11, 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

Geochemical Survey Page

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/svy/svy210373_e.htm

Mar 11, 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

NRC's indoor air strategies and solutions

https://nrc.canada.ca/en/corporate/planning-reporting/nrcs-indoor-air-strategies-solutions

Mar 11, 2019 ... Evaluating radon mitigation strategies Minimizing the transport of pollutants from attached garages into homes Helping homeowners chose and maintain indoor air devices In Canada, much of what we do in a day takes place indoors — at home, at the office, inside schools, theatres, shopping malls, restaurants and other enclosed spaces. Good indoor air quality (IAQ

Keyword Page

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/kwd/kwd010085_e.htm

Mar 11, 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

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