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COMET strongly supported the development and implementation of medium-term topical research roadmaps consistent with the ALLIANCE Strategic Research Agenda

Garnier-Laplace, J.; Vandenhove, H.; Beresford, N.; Muikku, M.; Real, A.. 2018 COMET strongly supported the development and implementation of medium-term topical research roadmaps consistent with the ALLIANCE Strategic Research Agenda. Journal of Radiological Protection, 38 (1). 164-174. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6498/aa9c0a

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Abstract/Summary

The ALLIANCE Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) initiated by the STAR Network of Excellence and integrated in the research strategy implemented by the COMET consortium, defines a long-term vision of the needs for, and implementation of, research in radioecology. This reference document, reflecting views from many stakeholders groups and researchers, serves as an input to those responsible for defining EU research call topics through the ALLIANCE SRA statement delivered each year to the EJP-CONCERT (2015–2020). This statement highlights a focused number of priorities for funding. Research in radioecology and related sciences is justified by various drivers, such as policy changes, scientific advances and knowledge gaps, radiological risk perception by the public, and a growing awareness of interconnections between human and ecosystem health. The SRA is being complemented by topical roadmaps that have been initiated by the COMET EC-funded project, with the help and endorsement of the ALLIANCE. The strategy underlying roadmap development is driven by the need for improved mechanistic understanding across radioecology. By meeting this need, we can provide fit-for-purpose human and environmental impact/risk assessments in support of the protection of man and the environment in interaction with society and for the three exposure situations defined by the ICRP (i.e., planned, existing and emergency). Within the framework of the EJP-CONCERT the development of a joint roadmap is under discussion among all the European research platforms and will highlight the major research needs for the whole radiation protection field and how these are likely to be addressed by 2030.

Item Type: Publication - Article
Digital Object Identifier (DOI): https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6498/aa9c0a
CEH Sections/Science Areas: Pollution (Science Area 2017-)
ISSN: 0952-4746
Additional Keywords: radioecology, roadmap, strategic research agenda
NORA Subject Terms: Ecology and Environment
Date made live: 04 Jan 2018 11:42 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/518868

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