The Canadian Radiological Monitoring Network – Airborne Radioactivity
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CRMN : Can't acces any data on research done for 2011 to 2014 and 2015. All is hidden away for what purpuse? We need to see graphs , where and at wich conditions those samples were taken . Its imperative that the CRMN give all its data to all Canadians on: Air Particulate Precipitate External Gamma Dose Atmospheric Water Vapour Milk Samples Drinking Water Samples Measurement of Food Samples Export Certification Seen ppl with geiger counters all over Canada on youtube with 216 cpm in the rain and yet nothing.... nothing from the CRMN... Link on your webpages all studies done since the first year of existence of the CRMN, we pay taxes and your jobs so give us the information: clear info not invalid links. Like I said I've seen 216 cpm (100cpm= quarantine) near Québec city ain't a scam , I demand a better CRMN site than can give results to the population of Canada. If you care for Canadians for your brothers ans sisters give us the data. Go public! This is a formal complaint done to the Governement of Canada, to the CRMN and to Health Canada, tell us the truth! Send all info in regard to the CRMN studies from 2011 to may 2015 please.
Thank you for your comment. The following response has been posted on behalf of the data owner : "Health Canada is fully committed to providing all of our Radiological Monitoring Network data to the public. This page contains the airborne radioactivity content at monitoring stations across Canada along with the associated graphs. By selecting the "Canadian Radiological Monitoring Network" tag above, you will be able to browse our other data sets. These include the data sets you have requested, as well our data on fish samples tested for radioactivity. We will be updating this page twice a year. Additionally, our radiation monitoring data from our fixed point surveillance network is updated four times annually and can be found here: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/contaminants/radiation/surveill/data-donnees/index-eng.php" If you would like more detailed information on our programs, or would like to receive the requested data sets directly, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. "