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"Ring of Five" Task Group

2013-10-17
[ Chair: Olivier Masson - olivier.masson@irsn.fr ]
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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 ]
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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 ]
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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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Protection of the environment

2008-03-22
[ Task Group Leader: David Copplestone, david.copplestone@environment-agency.gov.uk ]
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Background Following the publication of the Task Group's report "Protection of the Environment: Current Status and Future Work", the main emphasis of this task group has changed to one that focuses on the identification and prioritisation of the research requirements in the field of protection of the environment from ionising radiation.…
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Arctic and Antartic Regions

2008-03-21
[ Task group leader: Mark Dowdall, Mark.Dowdall@nrpa.no ]
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The International Union of Radioecology’s’ Task Group: Arctic and Antarctic Regions was for a number of years an active forum for those involved in polar radioecology although, primarily due to the heavy workloads of those involved as opposed to lack of interest, relatively dormant for the past two years. This Task Group is now…
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Radioecology and waste

2008-03-20
[ Tempory Taskgroup leaders : Rodolfo Avila, rodolfo.avila@facilia.se & Irene Zinger, irene@facilia.se ]
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The Task Group has been launched during the Workshop "Mobility in Biosphere of Iodine, Technetium, Selenium and Uranium" co-organized by IUR and ANDRA in Nancy (France), April 2002. The participants gathered around a consensus on the high priority for radioecology to tackle the problem of the management of high level radioactive waste.…
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Speciation

2008-03-19
[ Taskgroup leader : Brit Salbu, brit.salbu@umb.no ]
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The main objective of this new Task Group is to strengthen the competence internationally on environmental impact assessment. This is to be achieved based on using adequate techniques to characterize radionuclides species, linking and quantifying radionuclides species to sources and release scenarios, linking and quantifying radionuclides…
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