Intention of this page is give easy access to near-real-time radiation levels from all over this beautiful planet Earth.
I’m using mainly μSv/hr (microSieverts per hour) for easy comparisons. See ‘Radiation Units’ to better understand the scientific units used, and do conversions yourself.
For a quick check, I use these:
- Nullschool Meteo: http://earth.nullschool.net/ (open in Firefox web browser or similar)
- US EPA Radnet: https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/query.do
- EURDEP: http://eurdep.jrc.ec.europa.eu/Basic/Pages/Public/Home/Default.aspx (Public Map -> Disclaimer -> data); For additional European monitors, see sources below.
Other Networks to check include:
- SCCC: http://sccc.org.au/international-radiation-monitoring-stations (-> where a list of international station is more regularly updated)
- NETC: http://www.netc.com/
- Radmon: http://radmon.org/
- uRadmonintors: http://www.uradmonitor.com/
- See also USA, EUROPE & Japan radiation monitors.
See also Nuclear News Links.
-> By Country (hold mouse pointer over ‘Nuclear tab’ to navigate there):
- Belarus [added April 30, 2015, after Chernobyl Forest Fires]
- China (Hong Kong)
- Russian Federation
- !!!–> Europe – All combined (including Iceland, Turkey and Russia): EURDEP – the European Commission Joint Research Centre – Institute for Transuranium Elements combines data from thousands of radiation monitors from all over Europe.
- Belarus (not in EURDEP)
- The Netherlands
- Ukraine (not in EURDEP, [added Dec. 2014, after Zaporizhia NPP cover-up]
- [suggestions welcome…]
-> For extra resources:
- !-> News (links)
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