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Corrosion of anthropogenic uranium in natural environments is not well understood, but is important for determining potential health risks and mobility in the environment. A site in the southwestern United States contains depleted uranium that has been weathering for approximately 22 years. Soil-geomorphic, SEM/EDS, XRD, and electron microprobe analyses were conducted to determine the processes controlling the uranium corrosion. Schoepite and metaschoepite are the primary products of corrosion,doi:10.1080/10588330490519437 fatcat:s3d74j3pkzhu7mhrtnxaw67xw4