Methodology and Tools for NORM exposure sites characterisation

written by Nadja Železnik
20. Oct 2022
Categories: Research

Work Package 2 has now made publicly available its developed Methodology and Tools/Registers for the identification and characterisation of exposure sites with naturally occurring radionuclide material (NORM). These can be easily used by various institutions in different countries for a variety of NORM sites identification and characterisation.

Interest for the developed methodology and tools and request for their free access has been already shown, most recently by the IAEA, which would like to facilitate making NORM inventory in the various IAEA member states. The tools can be found here.

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