Radon-hazard potential of the southern St. George basin, Washington County, and Ogden, Weber County, Utah (SS-87)
By: B. J. Solomon Radon derived from the radioactive decay of uranium migrates in soil gas and, after penetrating foundation openings, can accumulate indoors in sufficient quantities to pose a health hazard. Geologic factors that influence radon emanation and migration,...
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Radon Hazard Potential Map of Southern Davis County, Utah (OFR-655)
By: Jessica J. Castleton, Ben A. Erickson, and Emily J. KleberAs requested by the Davis County Health Department, the Utah Geological Survey has mapped radon hazard potential for southern Davis County, Utah. This 1:24,000-scale map covers the southern portion of...
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Radon-hazard potential of Beaver basin area, Beaver County, Utah (SS-94)
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...
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Radon-hazard potential of western Salt Lake Valley, Salt Lake County, Utah (SS-91)
By: B. D. Black Radon is a radioactive gas of geologic origin that is an environmental concern because of its link to lung cancer. Radon is derived from the decay of uranium and can accumulate indoors in sufficient quantities to...
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Radon-hazard potential of the lower Weber River area, Tooele Valley, and southeastern Cache Valley, Cache, Davis, Tooele, and Weber Counties, Utah (SS-90)
By: B. D. Black and B. J. Solomon Radon is a radioactive gas of geologic origin that is an environmental concern because of its link to lung cancer. Radon is derived from the decay of uranium, and can accumulate indoors...
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Radon-hazard potential of the central Sevier Valley, Sevier County, Utah (SS-89)
By: B. J. Solomon Radon, a radioactive gas derived from the decay of uranium, occurs naturally in rock and soil. The gas migrates through the ground and, after penetrating foundation openings, can accumulate indoors in sufficient quantities to cause lung...
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Radon-hazard-potential areas in Sandy, Salt Lake County, and Provo, Utah County, Utah (SS-85)
By: B. J. Solomon, B. D. Black, D. L. Nielson, D. L. Finerfrock, and J. D. Hultquist Average indoor-radon levels in two areas of the Wasatch Front region of north-central Utah are considerably higher than the national average of 1.7...
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Radon-hazard potential in the central Sevier Valley, Sevier County, Utah (PI-47)
By: B. J. Solomon The radon-hazard potential of central Sevier Valley is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is common in the south end of the valley and along the valley margins....
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Radon-hazard potential in southeastern Cache Valley, Cache County, Utah (PI-46)
By: B. J. Solomon and B. D. Black The radon-hazard potential of southeastern Cache Valley is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is generally found along the mountain front. This soil is...
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Radon-hazard potential in the lower Weber River area, Weber and Davis Counties, Utah (PI-45)
By: B. D. BlackThe radon-hazard potential of lower Weber River area is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is found in the Weber delta and along the mountain front. This soil is...
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Radon-hazard potential in Tooele Valley, Tooele County, Utah (PI-44)
By: B. D. Black The radon-hazard potential of Tooele Valley is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is found locally along the valley margin. This soil is sediment deposited by Lake Bonneville,...
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Radon-hazard potential in western Salt Lake Valley, Salt Lake County, Utah (PI-43)
By: B. D. Black Color pamphlet that answers questions about the Great Salt Lake and Lake Bonneville such as when did Lake Bonneville exist and what kinds of animals lived around it, why is the Great Salt Lake salty, what...
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Radon-hazard potential in the Ogden Valley, Weber County, Utah (PI-36)
By: B. J. Solomon The radon-hazard potential of Ogden Valley is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is common west of Liberty. This soil is derived from metamorphic rock on the northwest...
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Radon-hazard potential in the St. George area, Washington County, Utah (PI-35)
By: B. J. Solomon The radon-hazard potential of the St. George area is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is common south of St. George. This soil is derived from local shale...
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Radon-hazard potential in the Provo-Orem area, Utah County, Utah (PI-21)
By: B. J. Solomon The radon-hazard potential of the Provo-Orem area is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with potential for higher indoor-radon levels is common on the east bench and on alluvial fans along the Wasatch Range front. This...
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Radon-hazard potential in the Sandy-Draper area, Salt Lake County, Utah (PI-18)
By: B. J. Solomon The radon-hazard potential of the Sandy-Draper area is mapped based on geologic factors. Soil with the greatest potential for high indoor-radon levels is common on the east bench at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. This...
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Engineering geologic map folio, Springdale, Washington County, Utah (OFR-340)
By: B. J. Solomon This publication is an engineering folio for the Springdale area. Three of the six plates deal with different hazards, which are: landslide hazards; flood hazards and problem soils; and earthquake hazards, shallow ground-water, rock-fall hazards, and...
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Places with hazards; a teacher's handbook on natural hazards in Utah: The radon hazard in Utah (OFR-211D)
By: S. N. Eldredge The Places with Hazards curriculum was developed for secondary-level earth science teachers as a means of preparing students to live more safely in a world that can pose problems from natural hazards. Students should be able...
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The radon-hazard-potential map of Utah (M-149)
By: B. D. Black Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas formed by the decay of uranium which can be found in small concentrations in nearly all geologic materials. When radon is inhaled, its decay products are a significant cause...
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