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Eneabba Walkabout
Problems with the technological enhancement of natural radioactivity and about 1,000 'radiation-related' links to about 170 countries
Health Physics
Journal of the Health Physics Society. Provides abstracts and information about online subscription, services and author submission materials.
How Stuff Works: Nuclear Radiation
Tutorial on ionizing radiation and how it affects all living organisms.
Ionising Radiation and Health Risk Analysis
Simple to understand and user-friendly introduction to basic radiation concepts and health risk assessments.
Ionizing Radiation Risks
Estimates of exposure to low-level ionizing radiation and related topics by Wolfgang Kohnlein.
Multi-Agency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM)
Read or download this US government comprehensive resource on conducting radiation surveys and investigations at potentially contaminated sites.
New Jersey State Radiation Protection Programs
Information on state radiological regulatory programs, radiation safety in medicine and the environment. Nuclear reactor safety in New Jersey and related topics.
NEWNET: Neighborhood Environmental Watch Network
Access radiological and meteorological data from monitoring sites in New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Alaska, and Mississippi.
Nick's World Collection of Radiation Links
Large collection of 'radiation-related' links (not all of them very radiation-related) from all over, organized by country. Also a technical paper on technological enhancement of natural radioactivity (TENORM).
NukeWorker.com
Discussion, study materials, and employment information for workers in the nuclear power industry, primarily geared towards Health Physics Technician / Radiological Control Technicians (RCT).
Radiation and Health Physics
Information and links from the University of Michigan health physics students.
Radiation Effects Research Foundation
Private, nonprofit Japanese foundation, supported by the U.S. and Japan governments, that conducts research and studies on the effects of radiation exposure on humans with a view toward contributing to the maintenance of the health and welfare of atomic-bomb survivors and to the enhancement of the health of all people. Laboratories in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Radiation Emergency Assistance Center/Training Site
REAC/TS is part of the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. Trains, consults, or assists in response to all types of radiation accidents or incidents. Provides guidance, resources and links.
Radiation Information Network
Idaho State University site provides information on radiation and its effects and the professions of Radiation Protection.
Radiation Safety Information Computational Center
The Radiation Safety Information Computational Center (RSICC) is a Specialized Information Analysis Center (SIAC) authorized to collect, analyze, maintain, and distribute computer software and data sets in the areas of radiation transport and safety.
Radiation Safety Resources
Resources in health physics and radiation safety. Focus on radiation cleanup standards and risk of low level radiation.
Radnet
Information about past releases and dispersion of radionuclides in the biosphere.
U.S. EPA Radiation Protection Division
Information and educational materials. About radiological topics in general, plus EPA's activities in protecting the public and the environment from exposure, cleaning up radioactively contaminated sites, and participating in radiological emergency preparedness and response.
U.S. NRC Radiation Protection
Nuclear Regulatory Commission information on health physics topics, dose standards and emergency response.
Useful Radiation Safety Sites and References
Directory of websites with information on radiation safety, (both ionizing and non-ionising); advice on radiation protection; and links to UK legislation.

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