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Analysis of volatile-phase transport in soils using natural radon gas as a tracer
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|Title:||Analysis of volatile-phase transport in soils using natural radon gas as a tracer|
|Date Issued:||Jan 1994|
|Publisher:||Journal of Environmental Quality|
|Citation:||Journal of Environmental Quality. January-February 1994. Analysis of Volatile-Phase Transport in Soils Using Natural Radon Gas as a Tracer. Madison, WI: Journal of Environmental Quality.|
|Abstract:||We have conducted a field study of soil gas transport processes using radon gas as a naturally occurring tracer. The experiment monitored soil gas radon activity, soil moisture, and soil temperature at depth; barometric pressure, rainfall, and wind speed were monitored at the soil surface. linear and multiple regression analysis under natural environmental conditions are influenced by soil moisture content, barometric pressure variations, soil temperature, and soil structure. The effect of wind speed on subsurface radon activities under our field conditions has not been observed.|
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