Radiation Map Tracker

Radiation Map Tracker


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Concerned about nuclear radiation levels, due to fallout from damaged nuclear reactors, nuclear tests, or other events?

Radiation Map Tracker connects to our extensive network of constantly updating, real time, nuclear radiation detectors, all run by volunteers, not government agencies. This app lets you determine what levels of radiation are being reported at various locations around the world. You can scroll around the map and zoom in on readings. Readings are continuously updated every few minutes.

It displays the current ionizing radiation reading from these detectors on an easy to use world map, in uR/hr, one of the standard units of measurement for radiation. Typical background (naturally occurring) radiation values near sea level are in the 10 to 20 uR/hr range. Higher readings naturally occur at higher elevations due to cosmic rays from outer space.

Buy a copy of Radiation Map Tracker, and you'll never be in the dark about nuclear radiation levels again.

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Comments and ratings for Radiation Map Tracker
  • (56 stars)

    by mukti pukti on 02/06/2014

    Very poor coverage. Zero explanations. The app is nothing but an embedded Google maps control with mashup data that is very scarce. Not even a mention of which units are used. Disappointing, to say the least.

  • (56 stars)

    by Wesley Loveless on 24/05/2014

    Thank you !!

  • (56 stars)

    by Troy Gamez on 20/01/2014

    Shows way more "monitors" in the preview photos than there actually are. Monitors are just numbered, yellow circles that give no information at all.

  • (56 stars)

    by Top Quark on 21/10/2013

    I am using this app to keep track of fallout from Fukushima. One problem is that there are not enough sampling points. How is the data collected? I have a geiger counter. How can I register to provide data to this project?