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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+ DSA-bulletin 6:2019: Joint Norwegian-Russian expedition to the sunken nuclear submarine Komsomolets 05.04.2019 Download DSA-info
  A joint Norwegian-Russian expedition will visit the sunken Russian nuclear submarine Komsomolets in the summer of 2019, 30 years after it sank in the Norwegian Sea while carrying two nuclear torpedoes. Previous Russian expeditions have shown that releases from the reactor have occurred and the submarine has suffered considerable damage.
+ Investigation into the radioecological status of Stepovogo fjord 23.10.2014 Download Other publications
 
+ NRPA Bulletin 08-2018 - 10 years of cooperation between NRPA and regulatory authorities in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan 15.08.2018 NRPA Bulletin
  The Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority has successively cooperated with its sister organizations in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan for over 10 years in relation to regulatory enhancement for nuclear safety and radiation protection.
+ NRPA Bulletin 7:2018 No leakage from the sunken nuclear submarine K-159 14.06.2018 Download NRPA Bulletin
  In 2014 a joint Norwegian Russian expedition visited the site of the sunken nuclear submarine K-159 in the Barents Sea. No indication of any leakage from the reactor units of K-159 to the marine environment was detected.
+ Nuclear and Radiological Preparedness: Central and Regional Organisation 09.04.2019 Download Publications
  This booklet describes the Norwegian Nuclear Emergency Response Organisation and the organisations commission and authorisation. The translation is an unofficial and only updated at the time of the translation.
+ StrålevernInfo 1:2015 Assessment of radiation exposure to the environment due to the nuclear accident after the 2011 great east-Japan earthquake and tsunami 09.03.2015 Download StrålevernInfo
  In the spring of 2014, The United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, UNSCEAR, published a report on the levels and effects of radiation exposure due to the nuclear accident at the Fukushima-Daiichi plant that occurred in 2011.
+ StrålevernInfo 18:2009 - Radnett – a national network for monitoring radioactivity in the environment 08.10.2009 Download StrålevernInfo
  The Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority is responsible for a nationwide network of 28 stations that continuously measure background radiation levels. The network was established in the years following the Chernobyl accident in 1986, and was upgraded to a new and modern network in the period 2006-2008. The purpose of the monitoring network is to provide an early warning if radioactive emissions reach Norway. The measurements from the network will also form an important part of the decision base for the Crisis Committee for Nuclear Preparedness in an early phase, once the news of the emissions has reached Norway.
+ StrålevernInfo 4:2015 The Dosimetry Laboratory at the NRPA 27.05.2015 Download NRPA Bulletin
  The Dosimetry Laboratory at the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) is the National Calibration Laboratory for the units gray (Gy), sievert (Sv) and becquerel (Bq).
+ StrålevernRapport 1995:10: "Norwegian work on establishing a combined storage and disposal facility for low and intermediate level waste" 13.02.1995 Download NRPA Report
 
+ StrålevernRapport 1998:2, "Information starategy and information products in radiation protection" 14.02.1998 Download StrålevernRapport
  Denne rapporten gir en kort oversikt over stråling som offentlig emne i Norge, som et grunnlag for hvordan informere offentligheten om strålingsforhold.