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


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.


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


How Does Phosphogypsum Storage Affect Groundwaters?

Florida State University, Dept. of Oceanography


Risk Estimates for Uses of Phosphogypsum

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


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

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


Microbiology and Radiochemistry of Phosphogypsum

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


Evaluation of Lagenidium Giganteum for Biocontrol of Florida Mansonia Mosquitoes

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


Behavior of Radionuclides During Ammonocarbonation of Phosphogypsum

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


Environmental Monitoring of Polk and Columbia Counties Experimental Phosphogypsum Roads

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


Chemistry of Gypsum Pond Systems

George A. Kennedy et al. - Tennessee Valley Authority


Investigations of Radon and Radon Daughters in Surficial Aquifers of Florida

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


Radiochemistry of Uranium-Series Isotopes in Groundwater

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


Radioactivity in Foods Grown on Mined Phosphate Lands

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


Production of Radon-Resistant Foundations

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


Florida Statewide Radiation Study

Geomet Technologies, Inc.


Environmental Contaminants in Birds: Phosphate-Mine and Natural Wetlands

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


Radioactivity in Foods Grown on Florida Phosphate Lands

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


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.


Radioelement Migration in Natural and Mined Phosphate Terrains

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


Estimation of Health Risks from Radiation Exposures

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


Assessing the Risk from Exposure to Radon in Dwellings

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


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.