05-063-205

Measurement of the Energy Spectrum of Gamma-Emitting Radionuclides in Work Areas to Determine Rem per Roentgen Dose Conversion Factors for the Phosphate Industry

Hans Weger, Rajiv Srivastava, and M.A. Ebadian - Florida International University; Thomas McNally, Robert Ammons, and J. Wesley Nall - Polk County Health Unit

05-044-174-Pt1

Predicting the Long-Term Radiological and Agronomic Impacts of High Rates of Phosphogypsum Applied to Soils Under Bahiagrass Pasture – Part I

J.E. Rechcigl and I.S. Alcordo, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Ona, FL; C.E. Roessler and R.C. Kittell, University of Florida; AlK. Alva, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Lake Alfred, FL. March 2001.

05-046-155

Evaluation of Exposure to Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (TENORM) in the Phosphate Industry

Brian K. Birky - Applied Environmental Consulting, Inc.; Thabet Tolaymat - Environmental Radiation Group; Bernhardt C. Warren, W. Emmett Bolch, Robert Ammons, Thomas Mcnally, and J. Wesley Nall - Polk County Public Health Unit

05-042-142

How Does Phosphogypsum Storage Affect Groundwaters?

Florida State University, Dept. of Oceanography

05-041-124

Risk Estimates for Uses of Phosphogypsum

Batelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, Washington. April 1996.

05-039-123

Noise and Ground Vibration Monitoring Related to Dragline Operations in Phosphate Mining

W.V.Ping and C. Shih - FAMU-FSU College of Engineering

05-035-115

Microbiology and Radiochemistry of Phosphogypsum

William C. Burnett, James B. Cowart, Paul LaRock, and Carter D. Hull - Florida State University

05-037-113

Evaluation of Lagenidium Giganteum for Biocontrol of Florida Mansonia Mosquitoes

J. P. Cuda et al. - Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners

05-040-111

Behavior of Radionuclides During Ammonocarbonation of Phosphogypsum

William C. Burnett, Michael Schultz, and Carter Hull, Florida State University. March 1995.

05-033-101

Environmental Monitoring of Polk and Columbia Counties Experimental Phosphogypsum Roads

Gordon D. Nifong and Jon K. Harris - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

05-025-100

Chemistry of Gypsum Pond Systems

George A. Kennedy et al. - Tennessee Valley Authority

05-032-093

Investigations of Radon and Radon Daughters in Surficial Aquifers of Florida

William C. Burnett and James B. Cowart - Florida State University

05-022-092

Radiochemistry of Uranium-Series Isotopes in Groundwater

Sam B. Upchurch et al. - University of South Florida

05-028-088

Radioactivity in Foods Grown on Mined Phosphate Lands

Jerome J. Guidry et al. - Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan, Inc.

05-021-058

Production of Radon-Resistant Foundations

A.G. Scott and W.O. Findlay, American Atcon, Inc. September 1987.

05-029-057

Florida Statewide Radiation Study

Geomet Technologies, Inc.

05-003-045

Environmental Contaminants in Birds: Phosphate-Mine and Natural Wetlands

University of Florida, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences. November 1986.

05-015-038

Radioactivity in Foods Grown on Florida Phosphate Lands

J. J. Guidry - Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan

05-014-034

Source of Gross-Alpha Radioactivity Anomalies in Recharge Wells, Central Florida Phosphate District

C.R. Oural, H.R. Brooker, and S.B. Upchurch, University of South Florida. January 1986.

05-002-027

Radioelement Migration in Natural and Mined Phosphate Terrains

J. K. Osmond and J. B. Cowart - Florida State University

05-DFP-019

Estimation of Health Risks from Radiation Exposures

M.L. Randolph, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. August 1983.

05-DFP-013

Assessing the Risk from Exposure to Radon in Dwellings

P.J. Walsh and W.M. Lowder, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 1983.

05-DFP-006

Radium-226 in Drinking Water and Terrestrial Food Chains: A Review of Parameters and an Estimate of Potential Exposure and Dose

A.P. Watson, E.L.Etnier, and L.M. McDowell-Boyer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. April 1983.