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I usually just have the USA map up but since reading and seeing some articles out there about Europe, just now checking the world view and don't see any stations other than the USA and Japan. Has it always been this way or did I miss something? I thought NETC was everywhere? Frank

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Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:11 am
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NETC has the ability to be everywhere, but only if people setup a monitoring station in that area.

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Mon Nov 27, 2017 1:03 pm
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Ok, so it wasn't populated up like the USA is then? for some reason I thought there were lots of stations out there unless its the RadMon site I am thinking of. Thanks for the reply.

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On the Chart members map, selecting 'inactive stations' will show a couple dozen European stations, mostly dating from 2014-2015. I don't know why they stopped; some may have moved to Radmon which has more international participation.

What would really make this site rock would be graphing the long term data from the European equivalent to Radnet, the EC Joint Research Center: https://remap.jrc.ec.europa.eu/GammaDoseRates.aspx.
They collect hourly or daily data from many government sites including Russia, Canada and a few territories in South America. But their graphs are maximum 1 month in duration; you can't see any annual cycles. Radmon is better with quarterly graphs, but not longer. NETC's multi-year memory capability one if it's best features.

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