By Broder J. Merkel, Andrea Hasche-Berger

ISBN-10: 3540877452

ISBN-13: 9783540877455

ISBN-10: 3540877460

ISBN-13: 9783540877462

Topic of the publication is Uranium and its migration in aquatic environments. the subsequent matters are emphasized: Uranium mining, Phosphate mining, mine closure and remediation, Uranium in groundwater and in bedrock, biogeochemistry of Uranium, environmental habit, and modeling. specific effects from the forefront of overseas learn are provided.

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Although there have been examples of good remediation in some countries, sadly there are many examples of poor or no remediation that remain as a legacy from former times. As the industry is going through a renaissance interest in remediating such legacy sites is increasing significantly. This paper provides a brief overview of some remediation activities at legacy sites in various regions of the world and how international organisations, including the International Atomic Energy Agency, national regulating authorities and the mining companies are working together to address these very important matters in a number of locations.

There are many lessons to be learned from the past and this paper sets out some selected examples of good and not so good remediation experiences that the uranium industry should take into account when planning the development and exploitation of resources in this new round of activity. The history of neglect Today’s legacy problems arose because due to the lack of legislation in earlier times. With no obligation to plan for, or undertake remediation and with no funds having been put aside to carry out the work, remediation did not happen.

688 g. Uranium disc Inflowing solution spiked with uranium Model grid Effluent solution Fig. 1. Experimental set-up. Fig. 2. Conceptual layout of model. Plenary Understanding Uranium Migration in Hard Rocks 21 The DU serves only as a well-characterised source of uranium ions and is not meant to mimic exactly the dissolution of SF. , 2006) demonstrated the rapid degradation of DU under a range of experimental conditions when exposed to excess solution. In the present experiments, rock matrix/aqueous solution ratios are more representative of those found in the field and, in addition, the fate of the radionuclides released is assessed.

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