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  • The spontaneous decay of an unstable atomic nucleus, giving rise to the emission of radiation.
  • The emission and propagation of energy by means of electromagnetic waves or particles.
  • A radioactive isotope of an element.
  • The adverse health effect of a radionuclide due to its radioactivity.
  • A radioactive decay product of uranium often found in uranium ore. It has several radioactive isotopes. Radium-226 decays to radon-222.
  • A heavy radioactive gas given off by rocks containing radium (or thorium). Rn-222 is the main isotope.
  • Short-lived decay products of radon-222.
  • A geochemical survey technique which detects traces of radon gas, a product of radioactivity.
  • A component of a string of rods used in drilling, it is set and placed between the bit and the core barrel to maintain the gauge (or diameter) of the hole. ...
  • The restoration of a site after mining or exploration activity is completed.
  • A preliminary survey of ground.
  • The percentage of valuable metal in the ore that is recovered by metallurgical treatment.
  • The use of photographic and other imagery taken from aircraft or satellites to map geological structures and other characteristics of the earth’s surface.
  • Ore formed by a process during which certain minerals have passed into solution and have been carried away, while valuable minerals from the solution have been deposited in the place of ...
  • A permanent disposal place for radioactive wastes.
  • Chemical treatment of used reactor fuel to separate uranium and plutonium and possibly transuranic element from the small quantity of fission product wastes products and transuranic elements, leaving a much reduced ...
  • that part of a mineral resource that can be mined profitably.
  • The calculated amount of material in a mineral deposit, classified as measured, indicated, or inferred, based on the density of drill hole information used.
  • An amount of money paid at regular intervals by the lessee or operator of a mining property to a lender or the owner of the ground. Generally based on a certain ...