LECTURES AND TRAINING
(general public and professionals)
Radioecology is an important part of radiation impact assessments after incidents and accidents, during routine operation but specifically for planning and implementation of environmental remediation during and after decommissioning of nuclear facilities and waste management. The study of the spatial and time dependent behaviour of radionuclides can contribute to a better understanding of more general environmental processes, specifically the behaviour of non-radioactive pollutants.
r.e.m. offers lectures/courses on the following topics:
• Natural and anthropogenic radionuclides, their sources and occurrence;
• Radioactive accidents and releases of radioactivity into the terrestrial environment;
• Radionuclide transfer and mobility of in various ecosystems and food chains;
• Advanced methods in experimental radioecology;
• Modelling of radioactivity in the environment and impact assessment;
• Emergency preparedness and environmental and radiation safety and security.
• Statistical methods and data analysis.
r.e.m. has a strong record in lecturing and conducting successful training courses in radioecology in many countries worldwide resulting in educated radioecologists being now successful in their career.
Radiation Environment Management