RadMap Sign-Up Form
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Designed for use by emergency responders, especially when the internet is unavailable, RadMap is an interactive desktop tool featuring a nationwide geographic information systemsgeographic information systemsA system for linking information to a particular geographical location. A Geographic Information System (GIS) allows users to manipulate and analyze specific provided data. (GIS) map of long-term radiation monitoring locations across the United States with access to key information about the monitor and the area surrounding it.
If you have any questions, or you have additional radiation monitoring information to include on RadMap, please contact us.
In the event of a radiation release, RadMap can help emergency responders collect information, develop assessments, and determine the placement of deployable monitors. Desktop access could be critical should other systems fail in an emergency.
Users can highlight an area to identify key information about the monitor and to characterize the monitor location.
RadMap provides easy access to:
- Monitor locations.
- Points of contact for specific monitoring systems.
- What data is being collected and how often.
- Real-time and long-term data, where and when available online.
- Census and other information on population centers.
- Geographic features such as nearby roads and bodies of water.
- Mileage of locations from other points on the map.
RadMap monitoring locations and data currently include monitors from Department of Energy (DOE) facilities, nuclear power plants, RadNet, Desert Research Institute, and individual states. RadMap requires the free ArcReader software. Exit
If you are already a registered user of RadMap, download the most recent version of RadMap (1.79 GB self-extracting ZIP file). If not, complete the registration form below (all fields are required):