International Journal of Emergency Management 4(3) 2007 is a special issue: Nuclear and radiological emergency preparedness: the role of monitoring and modelling in an emergency situation.
* Monitoring radioactivity in nuclear and radiological emergency in a European perspective: aims and means
* Nuclear/radiological emergency response in the USA
* Aerial radiological systems, measurements and analysis
* Monitoring in case of emergency situations related to orphaned sources
* Instrument selection and use for measurements in a radiological emergency
* Prospective use of individual emergency monitoring of the public – lessons from Chernobyl
* Decision support in nuclear and radiological emergency situations: Are we too focused on models and technology?
* European Commission international data and information exchange systems to assist EU Member States in case of radiological and nuclear emergencies
* Automatic mapping in emergency: a geostatistical perspective
* Effective use of radiation monitoring data and dispersion calculations in an emergency
* Validation of the concept of default operational intervention levels in nuclear reactor accidents by Monte Carlo calculations
* Decision support system for risk-based land management and rehabilitation of radioactively contaminated territories: PRANA approach
* The National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center modelling and decision-support system for radiological and nuclear emergency preparedness and response
* Data assimilation, sensitivity and uncertainty analyses in the Dutch nuclear emergency management system: a pilot study
* The interaction between off-site decision making, decision support systems, modelling and monitoring in a nuclear emergency situation