Vietnam finds Uranium-238 in sample of pine needles — 4,000 km away from Fukushima
Strongest radioactive cloud covers Vietnam, VOV News, April 11, 2011:
A radioactive cloud from the quake-damaged Fukushima reactor explosions in Japan was said to have reached Vietnam in late April 9. …
Cs-134 was found in the pine needle samples (which are often used to indicate radioactive pollution in the atmosphere and vegetation) in addition to the isotopes Be-7, K -40, U-238, Th-232 and Cs-137 but the level of Cs-134 was very low and does not affect human health.
Read the report here.
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