"Sampling for Radon Gas in a University Setting"
Author: Houck, John D.
Published In: Case Studies in Environmental Health and Safety
Discusses Ohio State University's response to the general public awareness of elevated radon gas levels in 1987, complicated by the lack of EPA information for institutions. Describes radon testing at the university, decision to choose the University of Pittsburgh screeing system, and determination that there was no rado problem.
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