The proposed study aims at the creation of an innovative tool for the remote recording of the conservative pollutants in the marine environment, by integration of field measurements, satellite observations and GIS for routine and emergency radiological inventory at first, but also extrapolated to other diluted pollutants too. Therefore, a program has been developed to explore the relations of SST, SSS and Ocean Colour (OC) parameters (Chlor_A, PIC, POC, iPAR and PAR) with 137Cs activity concentrations in the Aegean Sea and analyze them to a GIS platform. SMOS and MODIS time series data are acquired processed and correlated with simultaneous to the satellite passes, measurements of 137Cs activity concentrations, aspiring to result to a conjoint model-scheme for remote survey recording and forecasting. The tool is based on interdisciplinary and cutting-edge technologies and target to early radiological impact assessment for countermeasures to be taken. Furthermore, by induced in the platform biological parameters the effects on both humans and ecosystem could be detected by estimating the dose rate of the ionizing radiation.