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Biological monitoring of uranium exposure in south central Virginia
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology
In May 2004, two groundwater wells in Dinwiddie County, Virginia were found to have natural uranium levels either at or above the EPA recommended limit of 30 mg/l. As a result, a stop drinking water advisory was issued until a water treatment system could be installed to remove the uranium. In response to residents' concerns, and uncertainty of exposures, affected individuals were asked to participate in a voluntary epidemiological investigation of uranium uptake and 1-year uranium retentiondoi:10.1038/sj.jes.7500616 pmid:17928817 fatcat:mbzf7sm7qje6laxcvgm3j6tgj4