Reasons for Elevated Radon Levels Inside the Building in Divača
AbstractA radon (222Rn) survey at a workplace in a public building in the town of Divača, Slovenia, showed radon concentrations as high as 20,000 Bq m-3, with average values of 9020 Bq m-3 in winter and 2890 Bq m-3 in summer. The main radon source is an under-floor channel connecting rooms on the ground floor. Elevated radon levels at the site are possibly related to a fracture zone connected to a nearby fault.
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Žvab, P., Vaupotič, J., & Dolenec, T. (2006). Reasons for Elevated Radon Levels Inside the Building in Divača . Geologija, 49(2), 409–415. https://doi.org/10.5474/geologija.2006.029