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Center for Marine and Environmental Radioactivity

The Center for Marine and Environmental Radioactivity (CMER) is dedicated to increasing scientific and public understanding of the sources, fate, and consequences of natural and human-made radioactive substances in the environment, in particular the oceans.

For Researchers

Information for radioecologists and radiochemists, including online resources, data, up-to-date information, and opportunities for collaboration.

Radioactivity in the Ocean, 5 decades later (RiO5) Working Group

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For Students

Resources for graduate, undergraduate, and high school students interested in pursuing a career in radioecology and radiochemistry.

Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise

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Radiation 101

We live in a radioactive world that includes both natural and human sources of radiation. Get the  facts about radioactivity and human health.

The ABCs of Radiation
(from Oceanus Magazine)

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