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In the world's premier uranium
region, the Athabasca Basin, Bayswater Uranium
has approximately 1.
239] from the roughly 95 percent uranium
and the zoo of highly radioactive waste products from the plutonium breeding process.
Within the last six months, the company has been prospecting areas in northern Saskatchewan and northwestern Ontario, which has led to further exploration of potential uranium
deposits in the Athabasca Basin (Sask.
The beauty of the electrode system is that it allows us to extract uranium
from the subsurface rather than simply immobilizing it," says team member Kelvin Gregory who presented his group's findings on Aug.
As a heavy metal, uranium
can cause health problems.
is extremely dense, depleted uranium
is useful to the military both as armor and in projectiles meant to penetrate armor.
The result was a sudden flash of blinding blue light--the ominous flash of radiation that occurs when uranium
begins a chain reaction.
While unexploded ordnance poses perhaps the most immediate problem, the controversial use of anti-tank ammunition made from depleted uranium
may pose more serious dangers.
The Russian uranium
deal was, as its advocates have noted, a classic conversion of swords into plowshares.
According to an Army report, when a DU projectile explodes, tiny particles of uranium
are inhaled by anybody in the area - be they survivors of the blast, rescue workers or bystanders who happen along days or weeks later.
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Two months later, in July 2005, Mega Uranium
entered into a property option agreement to acquire up to a 60 per cent interest in 19 uranium
prospective properties in Mongolia held by Red Hill Energy.
Under the agreement, the latter's Lancashire, United Kingdom operations will convert about 50 million kilograms of Cameco's uranium
over the next decade.