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Task group on Radioecology in arid regions

2015-12-29
[ Co-Chairs: Gabriele Voigt (gabi_voigt@yahoo.de) and Natalia Semioshkina (semioschkina@gmail.com) ]
Recently established new Task Group
Climatic change is already happening and shows impact on the earth's environment like the melting of glaciers and the rise of the sea level. In the long term, however, despite the concrete actions that seem to be engaged following the COP 21 signature by almost 200 countries, temperature will continue to raise resulting in scarcity of…
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2d Joint IUR/CERAD Ecosystem approach Task group

2013-10-17
[ Chair: François Bréchignac - francois.brechignac@irsn.fr – Co-Chair: Clare Bradshaw - clare.bradshaw@su.se ]
Recently established new Task Group
NEW: See the plenary lecture given at ICRER 2014 STATEMENT OF WORK   “Ecological risk assessment of radiation - putting the ecosystem approach into practice”   2 nd “Ecosystem approach ” IUR/CERAD* Task Group 1. Overall context In recent years,…
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"Ring of Five" Task Group

2013-10-17
[ Chair: Olivier Masson - olivier.masson@irsn.fr ]
Permanent active Task Group
Overall context The "Ring of Five" ( Ro5 ) is an informal club based in Europe with the purpose of exchanging data on occasional concentrations of man-made radionuclides in the atmosphere. Back in the 1970s and early 1980s only few countries ran surveillance programs for low concentrations of man-made radionuclides in ground level…
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Radioecology in a multiple stressor environment

2010-06-20
[ Taskgroup leader : Hildegarde Vandenhove, hvandenh@sckcen.be ]
Permanent active Task Group
This Task Group has a long history. It is coming forth from the Task Group launched during the IUR-SETAC Meeting on the Application of Radioecology to Other Contaminants (AROC), held in Antwerp (Belgium), February 2002. The aim was to bring together experts involved in experimental research and model development in closely related areas of…
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Radioecological sensitivity: an operational tool in federating radioecological knowledge

2008-03-31
[ TG Leader: F. Carini, franca.carini@unicatt.it ]
Permanent active Task Group
During the last decades, various needs have evolved concerning radioecology. The scientific needs are now requiring to take due account of uncertainties, modern techniques of spatialization, spatial and temporal variabilities, etc... The society needs require to be appropriately captured within the methodologies of risk assessment. The…
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