Radioecology


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CERAD Radioecology courses

2017-09-19
[ Norvegian University of Life Sciences, 10-26 January 2018 ]
Radioecology
CERAD (Centre for Environmental Radioactivity) of the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), offers intensive courses in Radioecology (5 ECTS) and Experimental Radioecology (10 ECTS). The courses run in parallel over 3 weeks from January 10 th to January 26 th , 2018. The main course being already in January 2018, there is…
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Report on IUR Regional Forum 2016 – Strengthening Radioecology in the Asia-Pacific

2016-12-16
[ Workshop held in Sanur (Bali, Indonesia) - 4 September 2016 ]
Radioecology
IUR (International Union of Radioecology) and SPERA (the South Pacific Environmental Radioactivity Association) held a workshop, in conjunction the SPERA-2016 Conference at Sanur (Bali, Indonesia), 4 September, 2016. This workshop on “Strengthening Radioecology in the Asia-Pacific” provided an opportunity to draw on the…
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Report on AERC-IUR workshop on Integration of ecosystem science research into radioecology of the Nuclear age

2016-11-25
[ Workshop held in Aiken (South Carolina, USA), 2-5 October 2016 ]
Radioecology
AERC (Association of Ecosystem Research Centers) and IUR (International Union of radioecology) held a joint Workshop, hosted by Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) at Aiken (South Carolina, USA), 2-5 October 2016. The need to organize this Workshop on “Integration of  ecosystem science research into radioecology of the…
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Building radioecological knowledge in arid regions - Call for interest

2015-12-29
[ Co-Chairs: Gabriele Voigt (gabi_voigt@yahoo.de) & Natalia Semioshkina (semioschkina@gmail.com) ]
Radioecology
Whilst sufficient information about radionuclide behaviour and interaction with environments in temperate regions has been published and is available, there is little information on radioecology in arid areas. In order to be able to face potential deleterious impact of radioactivity accidentally released into such regions, it is important…
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IUR inputs to the ALLIANCE on the future of Radioecology in Europe and beyond

2015-06-15
[ STAR Final Dissemination Event, 9-11 June 2015, Aix en Provence, France ]
Radioecology
On the occasion of the conclusion of the STAR Project (Network of Excellence in Radioecology), the ALLIANCE (European Radioecology Association) has asked IUR to contribute its views on the further integration of Radioecology in Europe. Such views, including recommendations to promote further long-term linkage between IUR and the ALLIANCE…
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After ICRER-2014 Conference in Barcelona, latest updates

2014-10-06
[ Major progresses and achievements after the 3d ICRER Conference in Barcelona, Spain, Sept. 2014 ]
Radioecology
The 3 rd International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity has been quite successfully held in Barcelona, Spain, from 7 to 12 September 2014, with 430 participants from 46 countries. You can download here geographical statistics about participants . Abstracts are available on the Conference website :…
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The IUR « FORUM » has defined its collective objectives

2014-09-17
[ IUR "FORUM" decisions with respect to worldwide harmonization of radioecology networks ]
Radioecology
The “FORUM”, a collective initiative prompted by IUR to promote worldwide harmonization of Radioecology networks, was launched on September 10 th , 2014, on the occasion of the 3 d ICRER conference held in Barcelona (Spain). The fifteen initial founding networks members of the FORUM produced a synthetic overview on the…
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The STAR Competitive Call has now been opened

2013-11-04
Radioecology
This call for research proposals is aimed at addressing current issues on any human or environmental aspect of marine radioecology following the 2011 Great East-Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. All the materials related to this competitive call are available at www.star-radioecology.org , and link to “ STAR Competitive Call…
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