RadNet Related Links
In the list below, you can find links to other web sites that provide information on EPA radiation protection resources, basic and technical information, and ambient monitoring systems and information in the U.S. and abroad that are similar to RadNet. Many of the sites provide additional links.
Please note that the reliability and availability of web sites outside the EPA Web space depend on the sponsoring organization.
Radiation Protection is the gateway to EPA's overall Radiation Protection Program.
National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory provides additional information on RadNet and other environmental monitoring and laboratory facilities at EPA.
Basic and Technical Resources
Understanding Radiation provides basic as well as some technical information on radiation.
Technical Information provides access to a large array of scientific information about radiation, radioactivity, and radiation protection.
Other EPA Information provides additional basic and technical information.
Other Ambient Monitoring Systems and Information
Idaho Environmental Monitoring Program is an educational outreach effort by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the communities surrounding the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.
ExitMichigan Department of Environmental Quality, Environmental Monitoring Unit provides state reports on the monitoring network around each of Michigan's nuclear power plant sites.
ExitTennessee Department of the Environment and Conservation provides monitoring reports of Oak Ridge, TN.
ExitU.S. Department of Energy, Community Environmental Monitoring Program is a network of monitoring stations located in communities surrounding the Nevada Test Site (NTS) that monitor the airborne environment for man-made radioactivity.
ExitU.S. Department of Energy, Central Internet Database is a site offering national level DOE waste management and cleanup data.
ExitU.S. Centers for Disease Control, Radiation Studies Branch site with a significant amount of ambient radiation data. Including a feasibility study of the health consequences to the American population from nuclear weapons tests conducted by the U.S. and other nations.
ExitU.S. Geological Survey report addresses the occurrence of selected radionuclides in ground water used for drinking water in the United States.
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Exitdescribes the International Monitoring System, a network of 321 monitoring stations and 16 radionuclide laboratories that monitor the earth for evidence of nuclear explosions in all environments.
Global Environmental Radiation Monitoring Network Exitdescribes the network of World Health Organization collaborating centers and liaison institutions related to regular monitoring of radioactivity in environment.
The Radiation Protection Division of the Health Protection Agency Exit provides advice and information on radiation protection in the UK