Previously unpublished map from gov’t scientists shows Fukushima plume already at Alaska coast (PHOTO)

Published: December 23rd, 2013 at 1:58 pm ET
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Radionuclide Transport from Fukushima to Eastern North Pacific, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2013 PICES Annual Meeting on Oct. 15, 2013:

  • Main inventory of Fukushima 137Cs had been transported towards central North Pacific By 2012. […] The inventory of Fukushima radioactivity will almost entirely shift from the western to the eastern North Pacific during the next 5 years.
  • Surface water distribution of Fukushima 137Cs in 2012 (Aoyama et al., 2013; G. Hong, pers. comm. [personal communication]):

Interview with Alex Kerr, “[Rhodes] scholar, linguist, specialist and prize winner” -Japan Times, Dec. 23, 2013:

At 1:30 in

[…] the radioactivity that’s flowing into the ocean — no one can imagine what the long-term effects are going to be on sea life — and many other things. [...]

Watch the broadcast here

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287 comments to Previously unpublished map from gov’t scientists shows Fukushima plume already at Alaska coast (PHOTO)

  • Tiza Tiza

    Finally those Eureka and Tucson levels went down. Eureka, CA, was up for a good while to RADCON-4. I still don't know if I understand how the levels go up and down so much, or some just stay the same. Everything that I'm studying so far suggests that there is NO safe levels of any of this type of radiation.

    I was concerned about Eureka because of family there. I'm in Texas.


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  • Imagine the real numbers…the ones they dare not speak about. It seems over and over again, things are UNDERstated by a factor of 10. Or so it would seem…to many.

    If they work for the government or any business dependent upon same, expect lies and obsfucation.

    Fukushima researcher since 3-11-11
    http://dailymessenger.blogspot.com/


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