Radioecology is a highly multidisciplinary scientific discipline situated at the crossroads between environmental radioactivity, whether natural or man-made, and its consequences on both, man and the environment. It deals with radioactivity as a stressor requiring risk assessment, but also as a tracer of biogeochemical and ecological processes.
With nearly 1000 registered members from 58 countries currently, IUR represents an authoritative source of information on all aspects of radioecology.
|Past, present and future of Radioecology: Questions to the President of the IUR|
[ Following the 4th IUR Workshop (Stirling, Scotland - June 2018) ]
The fourth in the “Ecological risk assessment of environmental radioactivity” series of IUR-sponsored events took place in Stirling in June 2018. The aim of the Workshop was to bring together participants from the fields of low- and high-dose radiobiology and those working in radioecology to discuss the effects that low doses of radiation have on non-human biota. A… Read more >>
[ 8-13 September 2019 - Prague, Czech Republic ]
The International Conference on Environmental Radioactivity: Variations of Environmental Radionuclides, ENVIRA 2019, will be organized by the Nuclear Physics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences and by the Czech Technical University on 8-13 September, 2019. http://www.iur-uir.org/en/conferences/id-109-envira-2019 Read more >>
[ Following 3rd Workshop series - 16-17 September 2017 - Essen, Germany ]
The third in the “Ecological risk assessment of environmental radioactivity” series of IUR-sponsored events took place in Essen Germany just before the European Radiation Research Conference, September 2017. The aim of the workshop was to bring radioecologists together with radiobiologists to discuss approaches to protection of the environment ionising radiation. A position… Read more >>