High variability of indoor radon concentrations in uraniferous bedrock areas in the Balkan region
AuthorsŽunić, Zora S.
Yarmoshenko, I. V.
Radanovic, S. B.
Petrovic, S. Komatina
Čeliković, Igor T.
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In this work the strong influence of geological factors on the variability of indoor radon is found in two of three geologically very different regions of South-Eastern Europe. A method to estimate the annual mean concentration when one seasonal measurement is missing is proposed. Large differences of radon concentrations in different rooms of the same house and significant difference in radon concentrations in one season comparing it to the others are noted in certain cases. Geological factors that can lead to such behavior are discussed. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords:Indoor radon / Indoor radon variations / Uraniferous bedrock areas / Geological structure / Radon/groundwater migration
Source:Applied Radiation and Isotopes, 2014, 94, 328-337
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