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Una invitacion para contribuir a la agenda estrategica de investigacion en radioecologia

Hinton, T.G.; Garnier-Laplace, J.; Vandenhove, H.; Dowdall, M.; Adam-Guillermin, C.; Alonzo, F.; Barnett, C.; Beaugelin-Seiller, K.; Beresford, N.A.; Bradshaw, C.; Brown, J.; Eyrolle, F.; Fevrier, L.; Gariel, J.C.; Gilbin, R.; Hertel-Aas, T.; Horemans, N.; Howard, B.J.; Ikaheimonen, T.; Mora , J.C.; Oughton, D.; Real, A.; Salbu, B.; Simon-Cornu, M.; Steiner, M.; Sweeck, L.; Vives i Batlle, J.. 2013 Una invitacion para contribuir a la agenda estrategica de investigacion en radioecologia. Radioproteccion , 20 (74). 48-61.

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With intentions of integrating a portion of their respective research efforts into a trans-national programme that will enhance radioecology, eight European organisations recently formed the European Radioecology ALLIANCE (www.er-alliance.org). The ALLIANCE is an Association open to other organisations throughout the world with similar interests in promoting radioecology. The ALLIANCE members recognised that their shared radioecological research could be enhanced by efficiently pooling resources among its partner organizations and prioritising group efforts along common themes of mutual interest. A major step in this prioritisation process was to develop a Strategic Research Agenda (SRA). An EC-funded Network of Excellence in Radioecology, called STAR (Strategy for Allied Radioecology), was formed, in part, to develop the SRA. This document is the first published draft of the SRA. The SRA outlines a suggested prioritisation of research topics in radioecology, with the goal of improving research efficiency and more rapidly advancing the science. It responds to the question: “What topics, if critically addressed over the next 20 years, would significantly advance radioecology?” The three Scientific Challenges presented within the SRA, with their 15 associated research lines, are a strategic vision of what radioecology can achieve in the future. Meeting these challenges will require a directed effort and collaboration with many organisations the world over. Addressing these challenges is important to the advancement of radioecology and in providing scientific knowledge to decision makers. Although the development of the draft SRA has largely been a European effort, the hope is that it will initiate an open dialogue within the international radioecology community and its stakeholders. This is an abbreviated document with the intention of introducing the SRA and inviting contributions from interested stakeholders. Critique and input for improving the SRA are welcomed via a link on the STAR website (www.star-radioecology.org).

Item Type: Publication - Article
Programmes: CEH Topics & Objectives 2009 - 2012 > Biogeochemistry
CEH Sections: Shore
ISSN: 1133-1747
Additional Information. Not used in RCUK Gateway to Research.: A translation of: An invitation to contribute to a strategic research agenda in radioecology. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity (2013), 115:73-82. 10.1016/j.jenvrad.2012.07.011
Additional Keywords: radioecology, research, agenda, vision, STAR, ALLIANCE
NORA Subject Terms: Ecology and Environment
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Date made live: 20 Feb 2014 12:24 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/504895

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