[ RadSafe ] Graphic: 900-mile-long "front" of most contaminatedwater from Fukushima Daiichi moving across Pacific towardU.S., Canada (VIDEO)
Olsson Mattias :MSO
mso at forsmark.vattenfall.se
Wed Mar 27 09:49:29 CDT 2013
That level of radioactivity is very low of course. They mark the front
at 10 Bq/m3. In comparison (see Baltic Sea Environment Proceedings No.
117, page 20), says that the Baltic sea has about four times that in the
water as a normal level. That level is affected by Chernobyl of course,
but even before that (graph on the same page) levels were between 10 and
20 Bq/m3. Google easily revealed this report on levels around Iceland:
Normal values vary between 2 and 8 or so.
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[mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of Roger Helbig
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 4:00 AM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Graphic: 900-mile-long "front" of most contaminated
water from Fukushima Daiichi moving across Pacific toward U.S., Canada
The presenter is supposed to be an established scientist, but when he is
presented by the Helen Caldicott Foundation, one would wonder if it is
really science. This link in this leads to two days worth of
presentations in NY.
Graphic: 900-mile-long "front" of most contaminated water from Fukushima
Daiichi moving across Pacific toward U.S., Canada (VIDEO)
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