Uranium and Related Radionuclides

In the mid- to late-1970s, it was realized there are certain geological terrains in the province where there is an increased incidence of wells and groundwater aquifers where uranium and its related radionuclides radon, radium and lead210 have concentrations that exceed the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality




Staff Contact — John Drage




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Uranium and Radionuclide Information