Maps, tools and information resources.
Radiation Network – Real-time map of radiation detection centers across the US, and some locations over the globe. t. RadNet sells detectors and software for analysis. The site has added detailed region maps. It also has an “alert” page which, though it doesn’t try to get your attention, will display information on recent alerts and thoughts on their causes.
http://potrblog.com/ – Pi***** On The Roses site. Very interesting monitoring and explanation of radioactive transient and fallout readings. Active blogging on anomalous readings. This is a great companion to the Radiation Network above.
NETC (Nuclear Event Tracking Center) “Netc.com is an Early Warning Radiation System that takes data from private radiation monitoring stations and EPA network and creates a RBL ( Radiation Background Level ) for each 3000+ stations everyday.” –(One of the nice things about NETC is that each clickable node displays historic low and high readings, and current readings. This enables you to see just how hard an event is hitting the node.)
Black Cat Systems – This site has a limited graphical display of the US, but also includes links to graphs generated in Japan. They claim a background reading level between 5 and 28 for the US, for cesium and cobalt isotopes Cs137/Co60. Black Cat sells detectors and software for analysis.
Seattle Washington – Their own integrated radiation sensor map. May be useful for pacific plume detection. Near real-time data.
Japan Geiger Map – Real time Japanese radiation information on a map. Detailed levels.