Radiation ecology

Rather than discrete it is the field of ecology that is as an interdisciplinary discipline, it is a field that studies the radioactive particle or ionizing radiation with respect to environment and its components like communities and ecosystems. Radiation ecology helps us to evaluate the pathway of radionuclide in a system like soil, water, air and organisms and its effect upon the system. It also allows studying the structure and function of an ecosystem. The development of the nuclear weapons parallels the history of radioecology and as the evolvement of life on this planet has been going under the ionizing radiation of the environment, there are evidence to put forward to convince that the natural radiation has gone under significant changes due to activities involvement in uranium industries.

  • Natural and Anthropogenic Radiation
  • Radionuclide Migration
  • Effect on Population and Ecosystem
  • Formation/Degradation of Species community

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