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  Year: 2001 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 257-260
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  ADVANCES IN TREATMENT METHODS FOR URANIUM CONTAMINATED SOIL AND WATER
James D. NAVRATIL
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  Water and soil contaminated with actinides, such as uranium and plutonium, are an environmental concern at most U.S. Department of Energy sites, as well as other locations in the world. Remediation actions are on going at many sites, and plans for cleanup are underway at other locations. This paper will review work underway at Clemson University in the area of treatment and remediation of soil and water contaminated with actinide elements.
  Key words: Soil Pollutants, Radioactive; Water Pollutants, Radioactive; Uranium Decontamination; United States
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