Scientists tracking Fukushima release question why radiation spread so quickly to the Southern Hemisphere

Published: June 14th, 2011 at 7:42 am ET
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Researchers call for nuclear data release, Nature.com, June 13, 2011:

[...] At a meeting held in Vienna from 8-10 June, scientists working with the [Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization] CTBTO took a moment to reflect on the network’s performance. Detection stations tracked the radiation from the accident, and atmospheric models worked well; yet questions remained. Why did the radiation spread so quickly to the Southern Hemisphere? [...]

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