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Population Risks from Uranium Ore Bodies. U S Environmental Protection Agency
Population Risks from Uranium Ore Bodies


Author: U S Environmental Protection Agency
Published Date: 17 Jul 2013
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Language: English
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Download book Population Risks from Uranium Ore Bodies. Population Risks from Uranium Ore Bodies. Front Cover. Office of Radiation Programs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1980 - 29 pages. 0 Reviews Population Risks from Uranium Ore Bodies U S Environmental Protection Agency, 9781289216429, available at Book Depository with free delivery Population risks from uranium ore bodies. Responsibility: W. Alexander Williams. Imprint: Washington, D.C.:Office of Radiation Programs, U. S. Environmental The whole population in the area surrounding the mine is endangered. Lung cancer, leukemia, stomach cancer and birth defects are the diseases most often to be found as a result of uranium mining. Generally, the highest potential radiation-related health risk for uranium mining or processing facility workers is lung cancer associated with inhaling uranium decay products (more specifically, radon decay products), as well as other non-lung-cancer risks associated with gamma radiation exposure on-site. Main Author: Williams, W. Alexander. Language(s):, English. Published: Washington, D.C.:Office of Radiation Programs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, The hazards of uranium mining to surrounding populations have not been studied, As richer ore bodies are exhausted, companies are now exploring marginal Population Risks from Uranium Ore Bodies. Front Cover W. Alexander Williams. Office of Radiation Programs, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1980





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