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The hydrogeochemistry and aqueous uranium distribution of Petersen Mountain and Red Rock Valley, Washoe County, Nevada
AuthorFricke, Rodney A.
AdvisorJacobson, Roger L.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The chemical characteristics of water from Peterson Mountain and Red Rock Valley result from dissolution and reflect the composition of the Sierra Nevada type crystalline rocks. Background and anomalous uranium limits in water were established at 6 and 24 ppb, respectively.
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