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Environmental Risk from Ionising Contaminants: Assessment and Management (ERICA), EUG Event - Stavern, June 2006, Consensus document

Project ID: 508847
Funded under: FP6-EURATOM


The aim of the ERICA project is "to provide an integrated approach to scientific, managerial and societal issues concerned with the environmental effects of contaminants emitting ionising radiation. ... The final outcome of the project will be the ERICA integrated approach to assessment and management of environmental risks from ionising radiation, using practical tools" (
The aim of this Seminar (Stavern, 27-30 June 2006) was for the EUG to agree and formulate a position paper on the implications of some assumptions and limitations within the ERICA integrated approach, and to provide recommendations for the ERICA Consortium. The issues debated related to areas where previous EUG events had identified a lack of consensus. The issues discussed under each subheading in this document are those that were raised as specific areas of concern. While the goal of the seminar was to reach consensus, this was not a requisite.
This document provides an overview of the consensus areas identified by the participants at the Stavern Seminar. This document will be part of the ERICA deliverable D7f (ERICA, 2006), which will record the Stavern discussions and areas of agreement and disagreement in greater detail.

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Record Number: 8123 / Last updated on: 2006-09-26
Category: PROC