from 22/09/2023 until 03/05/2024

RadoNorm-SLO is one of the seven funded RadoNorm citizen science projects which is conducted in Slovenia. 


The objective of RadoNorm-SLO is to assess how active participation in a radon monitoring campaign could change participants’ behavior and increase mitigation rates. Hence, the project will examine the relationship between radon awareness, outcomes of measurements, and mitigation of homes in the Bela krajina region in Slovenia (municipalities of Črnomelj, Metlika, and Semič). To achieve this aim, about fifty citizens will be recruited through a local Adult Education Centre, Zavod za izobraževanje in kulturo Črnomelj, ZIK Črnomelj (where citizens are taking different education courses), to co-create research activities and conduct indoor radon measurements in their homes. These citizens will also receive information on radon, related risks and mitigation. The data generated from radon measurements will be presented on a regional map.

Needed equipment

Passive solid-state nuclear track detectors (SSNTDs), and active continuous devices

About funding

Funding bodies: European Commission



Created Oct. 29, 2023, 5:47 p.m.

Updated Jan. 12, 2024, 4:22 p.m.

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