During 13 and 14 June 2018, the second TERRITORIES workshop planned under CONCERT Sub-subtask 188.8.131.52 (Development and implementation of E&T activities for appropriate audiences), led by CIEMAT, was organised in Madrid on “Multidisciplinary forum to discuss the scientific basis for reducing uncertainties and improving risk assessment“. The objective of this workshop was to get feedback from experts in different scientific disciplines, on the application of the two guidance documents that are being developed in TERRITORIES on design of environmental monitoring for dose assessment and for support to remediation; and to select the appropriate level of complexity in models. The workshop focused on methodologies to reduce uncertainties related to sampling and monitoring strategies and the quantitative handling of the various types of uncertainties that play a major role in radioecological modelling, including conceptual model uncertainty and scenario uncertainty. The TERRITORIES workshop on “Multidisciplinary forum to discuss the scientific basis for reducing uncertainties and improving risk assessment” had 26 participants from 9 different countries, including 8 experts in various disciplines not directly related with the TERRITORIES project. The participants were highly active in the discussions held during the workshop. Special mention must be made to the speakers, the session chairs, and the moderators and secretaries of the Group Work Sessions. All of them have contributed to the success of the workshop and, directly or indirectly, to this Deliverable.
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|State||Published - 7 Nov 2018|