EUROPA – including Iceland, Turkey & part of Russia
Added on Aug. 19, 2019 due to a surge in mostly Russian Interest:
!-> Notice: It appears – See my DISCLAIMER, though – that the European Commission has frequently turned off the Advanced Map when it mattered most (see, for instance, Still Searching for the Location of Spring 2018’s Nuclear Mega-Accident…). They created a “Basic Map” where you can waste time to find short term averages that hide abnormalities. The shift appears part of a vast overhaul of public data interfaces that make deceiving the public easier (See also European Commission Opens Cover-Up Season Early (w/ couple RADNETs), from April 2019.) You may get an error message, such as documented here @ EURDEP Advanced Map now GONE
Now you can go dabble in their practically useless “simple data map” [with a large team and consistent daily efforts, you would still be able to piece together radiation data graphs for longer periods, without which fallout patterns (which develop over months rather than days) can be discerned.] @ https://remap.jrc.ec.europa.eu/
Perhaps try these for possible clues to what nuclear deception forces of darkness are trying to cover up:
- Bulgarian data @ https://meter.ac/gs/nodes/html/summary.html (as mentioned in https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2019/06/30/bulgarian-radiation-data-link-https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2019/06/30/bulgarian-radiation-data-link-w-ctpsr-pondering/)
- Swiss data @ http://radenviro.ch/en/map (as mentioned @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2018/07/12/switzerland-drops-iodine-131-data/ , and @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2019/07/26/twenty-co-60-detections-at-a-swiss-monitor-this-past-half-year/)
- Finnish data @ https://www.stuk.fi/web/en/topics/environmental-radiation/radioactivity-in-outdoor-air (as mentioned @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2019/06/14/back-in-1986-when-the-free-press-hadnt-been-reduced-to-pravda-like-propagandistic-rubble-yet-detecting-niobium-95-and-zirconium-95-was-considered-extremely-significant-w-2011-2019-finnish-data/ )
Rest of blogpost left as-was:
- The European Radiological Data Exchange Platform, a project of the ‘European Commission Joint Research Centre – Institute for Transuranium Elements’, combines radiation measurements from thousands of monitors from all over Europe. CLICK ON THE MAP for current measurements(–> chose “EURDEP Public Map‘ in the left column, + ‘Accept’):
- For individual European Countries, see the complete list.
- Also visit my page Remember Chernobyl.
- Additional Resources may be available at ‘Global‘.