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An analysis of 10-year radon progeny data,provided by the Spanish automatic radiological surveillance network, in relation to meteorology is presented. Results show great spatial variability depending mainly on the station location and thus,the surrounding radon exhalation rate. Hourly averages show the typical diurnal cycle with an early morning maximum and a minimum at noon,except for one
mountain station, which shows an inverse behaviour. Monthly averaged values show lower concentrations during months with higher atmospheric instability.
CitationArnold, D.; Vargas, A.; Ortega, M. Analysis of outdoor radon pregeny concentration measured at the Spanish radioactive aerosol automatic monitoring network. "Applied Radiation and Isotopes", 05 Maig 2009, vol. 67, núm. 5, p. 833-838.
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