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Abstract

As known the potential for high radon concentrations in buildings in an area depends on factors related to the local geology, to the structure and the use of the building. Commonly it can be evaluated or by studying the geological factors that influence radon potential, or by measuring the radon concentrations in a sufficiently large number of homes (BalI and Miles, 1993). This paper deals with the two approaches in Liguria (Northwestern Italy). The results of the surveys performed in two areas (Savonese and Genoa) of the central-western sectors of this region (Fig. 1) are reported.

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1998-09-14
2020-09-23
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