Other Monitoring Networks
The NEWNET System provides public access to radiological and meteorological data. Click on the station number to access a plot of gamma radiation, temperature, and barometric pressure for the month or for a listing of the raw data
The SURFRAD Network monitors surface radiation in the continental United States.
This site lists networks currently collecting solar radiation data at the earth's surface.
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection provides the Continuous Radiological Environmental Surveillance Telemetry (CREST) system.
- Virginia Radiation Protection Program
This site provides environmental radiation monitoring data for the State of Virginia.
The Canadian National Monitoring System.
- Understanding Radiation
This site offers basic radiation science information, from "What is an atom?" to health effects.
This information is a quick-reference guide for reports, containing basic radiation and emergency response definitions and terms.
This is an excellent glossary of nuclear terms provided by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
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Envirofacts Database of RadNet Laboratory Results
Envirofacts' RadNet Database contains laboratory analysis results from air monitor filters and samples of precipitation, drinking water, and milk. The RadNet Database includes both the current and historical data needed to estimate long-term trends in environmental radiation levels.
EPA's RadNet Database of Near-Real-Time Monitoring Data
The RadNet Database in EPA's Central Data Exchange contains the near-real-time environmental radiation data from fixed and deployable monitors. Login is not required.