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Access a recent position paper published in Environmental Research dealing with the protection of the environment against ionising radiation
2018-04-13 - Publications

[ 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 >>

Ecosystem approach task group report now published
2012-06-06 - Publications

[ IUR Report n° 7, 2012, 89 pages ]
The report from the work assigned to the "Ecosystem approach" task group is now released within the IUR report series, as IUR Report n° 7 - 2nd edition, entitled "Towards an ecosystem approach for environment protection with emphasis on radiological hazards". IUR Members received a copy of the Report. Any new active member of the IUR may receive on request one copy of the Report… Read more >>

UNSCEAR Volume 2 - 2008 Report on effects of radiation to non-human biota now in the pipe
2010-09-06 - Publications

The volume II of UNSCEAR Report 2008 with "non-human biota effects" is expected to be published in the second half of 2010. As compared to Volume I, Volume II comprises the remaining 3 scientific annexes : • Annex C - Radiation exposures in accidents; • Annex D - Health effects due to radiation from the Chernobyl accident; and • Annex E - Effects of ionizing radiation… Read more >>

TWO PROCEEDINGS OF RADIOECOLOGY CONFERENCES IN RUSSIA RECENTLY PUBLISHED
2009-06-04 - Publications

[ PUBLICATIONS ]
1. XXXVII Klechkovsky Radioecological Readings. Proceedings of the conference, Obninsk, 27 November 2008/ Ed. R.M. Alexakhin. Obninsk: RIARAE, 2009, 280 p. This book contains proceedings of the annual Radioecological readings named after V.M. Klechkovsky (1900-1972), the founder of national radioecology, participant of the USSR Atomic project. It includes the first… Read more >>

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