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Influence of the geotechnological uranium production on the content of uranium and radium 226 in waters near a sorbtion site; Vliyanie na geotekhnologichniya dobiv na uran v`rkhya s`dnrzhaniyata na uran i radij - 226 v`v bodi v blizost do sorbtsiona ploshchadka

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Abstract

Data of radiation monitoring in a Bulgarian uranium mine having worked in 1974 - 1985 by the sulfure acid leaching are presented. The observed average levels of contamination are as a rule below the acceptable levels. A short sharp increase in the radium content of the surface waters is established which is connected mainly with technological disturbances, as well as a slow and delayed increase of radium content in the underground waters. The range of this monitoring is evaluated rather as a mandatory minimum than as a system of comprehensive information about population radiation doses. Some trends of future investigations are formulated. 3 figs., 8 refs.
Authors:
Presiyanov, D; Tosev, I; Simeonova, A; Mladenov, M; Ignatov, I; Petrova, V; Dimitrov, M [1] 
  1. Redki Metali, Bukhovo (Bulgaria)
Publication Date:
Jun 01, 1991
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
INIS-mf-13384; CONF-9106416-
Reference Number:
SCA: 540230; PA: AIX-24:005585; SN: 93000930734
Resource Relation:
Conference: 13. colloquium `Physics in the preservation of the man and its environment. The impact of the anthropogenic activity on the state of waters in Bulgaria`,G`olechitsa (Bulgaria),7-9 Jun 1991; Other Information: DN: World movement `Ecoforum for Peace`; International Society `Physicians and Nature`; International Academy `Medici`.; PBD: Jun 1991
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; GROUND WATER; CONTAMINATION; RADIATION MONITORING; SURFACE WATERS; BULGARIA; EXPERIMENTAL DATA; RADIOACTIVITY; RADIUM 226; SOLUTION MINING; URANIUM; URANIUM MINES; VARIATIONS; 540230; RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS MONITORING AND TRANSPORT
OSTI ID:
10118258
Research Organizations:
Meditsinska Akademiya, Sofia (Bulgaria)
Country of Origin:
Bulgaria
Language:
Bulgarian
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE93611272; TRN: BG9100315005585
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only); INIS
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
[6] p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Presiyanov, D, Tosev, I, Simeonova, A, Mladenov, M, Ignatov, I, Petrova, V, and Dimitrov, M. Influence of the geotechnological uranium production on the content of uranium and radium 226 in waters near a sorbtion site; Vliyanie na geotekhnologichniya dobiv na uran v`rkhya s`dnrzhaniyata na uran i radij - 226 v`v bodi v blizost do sorbtsiona ploshchadka. Bulgaria: N. p., 1991. Web.
Presiyanov, D, Tosev, I, Simeonova, A, Mladenov, M, Ignatov, I, Petrova, V, & Dimitrov, M. Influence of the geotechnological uranium production on the content of uranium and radium 226 in waters near a sorbtion site; Vliyanie na geotekhnologichniya dobiv na uran v`rkhya s`dnrzhaniyata na uran i radij - 226 v`v bodi v blizost do sorbtsiona ploshchadka. Bulgaria.
Presiyanov, D, Tosev, I, Simeonova, A, Mladenov, M, Ignatov, I, Petrova, V, and Dimitrov, M. 1991. "Influence of the geotechnological uranium production on the content of uranium and radium 226 in waters near a sorbtion site; Vliyanie na geotekhnologichniya dobiv na uran v`rkhya s`dnrzhaniyata na uran i radij - 226 v`v bodi v blizost do sorbtsiona ploshchadka." Bulgaria.
@misc{etde_10118258,
title = {Influence of the geotechnological uranium production on the content of uranium and radium 226 in waters near a sorbtion site; Vliyanie na geotekhnologichniya dobiv na uran v`rkhya s`dnrzhaniyata na uran i radij - 226 v`v bodi v blizost do sorbtsiona ploshchadka}
author = {Presiyanov, D, Tosev, I, Simeonova, A, Mladenov, M, Ignatov, I, Petrova, V, and Dimitrov, M}
abstractNote = {Data of radiation monitoring in a Bulgarian uranium mine having worked in 1974 - 1985 by the sulfure acid leaching are presented. The observed average levels of contamination are as a rule below the acceptable levels. A short sharp increase in the radium content of the surface waters is established which is connected mainly with technological disturbances, as well as a slow and delayed increase of radium content in the underground waters. The range of this monitoring is evaluated rather as a mandatory minimum than as a system of comprehensive information about population radiation doses. Some trends of future investigations are formulated. 3 figs., 8 refs.}
place = {Bulgaria}
year = {1991}
month = {Jun}
}