3 edition of Geophysical investigations for radioactivity in the Harts Range area, Northern Territory found in the catalog.
Geophysical investigations for radioactivity in the Harts Range area, Northern Territory
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Daly and D.F. Dyson.|
|Series||Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics. Report, no. 32, Report (Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics) ;, 32.|
|LC Classifications||QE340 .A392 no. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 20 p.|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||gs 57000082|
The specific activity, hazard index, and the annual effective dose of the terrestrial naturally occurring radionuclides ( U, Th, and 40 K) were determined in soil samples obtained from 20 sites of phosphate hills in the Russaifa region using an HPGe-detector of 50% relative resolution is 2 keV for the MeV 60 Co. The soil activity ranged from to Bq kg −1 Cited by: 9. Figure 1. High resolution airborne geophysical surveys conducted in the UK ‐ Six surveys are identified. The black rectangle within the HiRES‐1 survey is a study area discussed in the text. BNG refers to British National Grid.
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GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATIONS FOR RADIOACTIVITY IN THE HARTS RANGE AREA, NORTHERN TERRITORY By J. DALY and D. DYSON Issued under the Authority of Senator the Hon.
Spooner, M.M., Minister for National Development File Size: 2MB. Northern Territory Geological Survey, Northern Territory Department of Mines and Energy, 2nd ed., 73p.
Daly, J., Dyson, D.F. () Geophysical Investigations for Radioactivity in the Harts Range Area, Northern Territory, Department of National development/Bureau of Mineral Resources Geology and Geophysics, Commonwealth of Australia, Report No Daly, J., Dyson, D.F.
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Western Radiation Services was commissioned by Territory Iron Limited to carry out an environmental radiation survey at the above site. The survey was undertaken to check for radioactive material following the results of an airborne radiometric survey of the exploration area, namely Frances Creek in the Northern Territory.
The survey. The Radiometric Map of Australia (Minty et al., ) was imported into ArcGIS and clipped to the study region Northern Territory book the Harts Range, Northern Territory (Figure 1).
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16), and theCited by: 1. radioactivity as the sedimentary, igneous, or other metamorphic rock from which they were derived, ex- cept where radionuclides have been introduced or removed during metamorphism (Tables 4 and 5). Gneisses and schists have moderate-to high-radioac- tivity. This variability in radioactivity is due to the.
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Many study about geology, geophysics and many different methods have been applied in the area since (3, 8–13). These earlier studies mainly deal with site descriptions, general geological and hydrogeological properties of the area.
Also, the research groups of this study works on radon gas–earthquake by: 8. Aerial gamma-ray data can be used to quantify and describe the radioactivity of rocks and soils.
The majority of the gamma-ray signal is derived from the upper cm of surficial materials (rock or soil). A gamma-ray detector is mounted in an aircraft that is flown over an area at a certain altitude, usually m ( ft). The concentration levels of Ra, Th and 40 K in soil have a great concern in the recent decades, due to its effect on the human health.
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