Publications

Here you'll find all our publications written in English:

  • DSA Report is a publication for description, analysis or evaluation witin the NRPA's fields.
  • DSA Bulletin is a current newsletter. Each bulletin concentrates on one theme over 1-4 pages.
  • Technical Document is a technical/scientific publication series focusing on measurement techniques, dose assessment, calibration and laboratory procedures.
  • Other publications: Various publications published by the DSA.

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+ NRPA Report 2018:2 Radioecology as a Support to Regulatory Decision making on NORM and other Legacies, Related Waste Management and Disposal Radioactive waste 21.02.2018 Download NRPA Report
  This report describes given presentations and main conclusions from an International Workshop on supportive role of radioecology in regulatory decision-making processes. The overall objective of the workshop was to evaluate progress and enable further linking of radioecology with regulatory needs in case of NORM and other legacies, and their waste. Workshop aimed to provide a general forum for discussion and understanding between scientists and regulators concerning various NORM legacy issues and to consider how radioecology can ensure input to a more comprehensive approach to deal with legacy issues.
+ NRPA Report 2017:14 Activities within the Framework of the IAEA Contact Expert Group: Focus on input from Norway and Germany International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 06.02.2018 Download NRPA Report
  This report briefly introduces the work completed by the IAEA Contact Expert Group (CEG) from its inception in 1995 until it ceased to exist in 2015. The CEG coordinated international projects on the topic of addressing problems related to legacy radioactive wastes and spent nuclear fuel originated from “cold-war” activities in the Russian Federation under the auspices of the IAEA.
+ Investigation into the Radioecological Status of the Site of the Sunken Nuclear Submarine K-159 Nuclear action plan 24.01.2018 Download Other publications
  Results from the 2014 research cruise. JOINT NORWEGIAN-RUSSIAN EXPERT GROUP for investigation of Radioactive Contamination in the Northern Areas
+ Technical Document 8 Air kerma measurements with Landauer nanoDots in Cs-137 and Co-60 beams Dosimetry 07.12.2017 Download Technical document
  This report concerns air kerma in air measurements with Landauer nanoDots (Landauer, Inc., Greenwood, IL) in Cs-137 and Co-60 beams. It establishes through measurements and simulations that nanoDots require additional beam energy appropriate buildup for air kerma in air measurements at these beam qualities.
+ NRPA Report 2017:13 Radioactivity in the Marine Environment 2012, 2013 and 2014 Marine monitoring 10.11.2017 Download NRPA Report
  This report presents results of monitoring of radioactivity in sea water, sediment and biota collected in Norwe-gian waters in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
+ NRPA Bulletin 12:2017 Radioecology in support of regulatory decision-making Radioactive waste 03.11.2017 Download NRPA Bulletin
  The international workshop «Radioecology as a Support to Regulatory Decision Making at NORM and other Legacies, Related Waste Management and Disposal» 3 September 2017, Berlin, succeeds to gather regulators, scientists and operators at international level.
+ Protocol for radon measurements in schools and kindergartens Radon 28.08.2017 Download Other publications
  Radon is a radioactive gas, which is continually produced from the element uranium which is present in the bedrock. Radon can enter buildings from the soil.
+ StrålevernInfo 10:2017 Cooperation between Norway, Slovakia and Ukraine International cooperation 28.08.2017 Download StrålevernInfo
  The Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority, the Slovakian Presidium of the Police Force and the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine have cooperated for enhanced detection and interception of illicit Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear materials on the Slovakian-Ukrainian border as a project under Norway Grants.
+ StrålevernInfo 08:2017 Spent nuclear fuel removed from Andreeva Bay Nuclear action plan 28.06.2017 Download NRPA Bulletin
  Fifty kilometers from the Norwegian border at Andreeva Bay in Russia lies what is considered to be the largest and most dangerous collection of spent nuclear fuel in the world. In June, removal of the fuel commences. This will take a minimum of five to six years.
+ StrålevernRapport 2017:9 Environmental Impact Assessment Of The Removal of Spent Nuclear Fuel (SNF) From Andreeva Bay Nuclear action plan 26.06.2017 Download NRPA Report
  This NRPA report is based on an initiative by the Norwegian authorities as part of the bilateral cooperation between Russia and Norway. It is an assessment of possible consequences for humans and the environment when removing the used nuclear fuel stored at the Andreeva Bay facility.