The Marine Information System
The IAEA's Marine Information System (MARiS) allows the search and recovery of more than 134,000 measurements
of radioactivity and stable isotope data in the marine environment found in seawater, biota, sediment and suspended matter.
The MARiS database and web site are maintained and developed by the Radiometrics Laboratory at the IAEA Environment Laboratories (IAEA-EL) in Monaco.
May 2015: 2755 new seawater measurements released predominantly in the North Pacific covering the
MARiS User Survey. The MARiS database and website are entering a period of development and upgrade
to allow the database to better serve its users. As a user of MARiS your input and comments are
essential to help guide and shape this development process. Please consider taking the MARiS User Survey,
which will take between 5-15 minutes depending on how much you have used the MARiS website.
Your input will help greatly with this development process.
May 2015: Take the MARiS User Survey.
March 2015: MARiS poster presentation at the
23rd Session of the IOC Committee on International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange
(IODE-XXIII), Bruges, Belgium.
November 2014: MARiS poster presentation at the
2nd International Ocean Research Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
October 2014: The MARiS database becomes a member of the
RiO5 (Radioactivity in the Ocean, 5 decades later) Working Group