[ RadSafe ] Fwd: [New post] USA soil still has radioactive material from Fukushima nuclear disaster
Mattias.Lantz at physics.uu.se
Sun Jul 27 04:38:23 CDT 2014
He is not saying anything remarkable, but the quote is taken out of context.
The presentation of Israelson was at a two day meeting in January 2013,
arranged by NKS (Nordic nuclear safety research, an umbrella
organization for cooperation and competence in various aspects of
nuclear safety in the nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland,
Norway and Sweden) ).
Link to Israelson's presentation, the question by Abel Gonzalez in the
end is interesting...
Here is the full programme with all the presentations:
Mattias Lantz - Researcher
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Division of Applied Nuclear Physics
Uppsala University, Box 516
SE - 751 20, Uppsala, Sweden
email: mattias.lantz at physics.uu.se
On 07/21/2014 02:08 PM, Roger Helbig wrote:
> Does this Danish official have any credibility?
> Roger Helbig
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> Subject: [New post] USA soil still has radioactive material from
> Fukushima nuclear disaster
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> Christina MacPherson posted: "Fox: Fukushima radioactive material
> still being found in U.S. soil — Japan Gov’t: The disaster “posed
> radiation threat to human society”… In 4 days “detectable all across
> northern hemisphere” — Denmark: Fukushima clearly had widespread
> consequences, not l"
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> USA soil still has radioactive material from Fukushima nuclear disaster
> by Christina MacPherson
> Fox: Fukushima radioactive material still being found in U.S. soil —
> Japan Gov’t: The disaster “posed radiation threat to human society”…
> In 4 days “detectable all across northern hemisphere” — Denmark:
> Fukushima clearly had widespread consequences, not limited to borders
> (VIDEOS) http://enenews.com/fox-fukushima-radioactive-material-found-arizona-soil-japan-govt-fukushima-release-posed-radiation-threat-human-society-detectable-all-across-northern-hemisphere-4-days-denmark-fukushima-widespr
> Danish Emergency Management Agency’s Carsten Israelson, Nordic Nuclear
> Safety Research’s 2013 Fukushima seminar (at 4:15 in): The accident in
> Fukushima… clearly showed that there are consequences that are
> widespread, and is not limited to borders… Nuclear accidents do
> happen! Nuclear accidents will likely have widespread consequences –
> for all of us. >> Watch presentation hereNational Institute of
> Radiological Sciences (Japan), March 3, 2014: The Fukushima Daiichi
> Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) accident led to the release of large
> amounts of radionuclides into the environment. [...] The released
> radioactive materials posed radiation threat to human society. Thus,
> source identification of radioactive contamination and long-term
> environmental behavior of released radioactive materials are important
> issues of study after the FDNPP accident.
> Japan Atomic Energy Agency & University of Tokyo, Apr. 10, 2014: By
> March 15, traces from the accident in Fukushima were detectable all
> across the northern hemisphere. By April 13, the associated
> radioactivity had spread to the southern hemisphere of the
> Asia-Pacific region and was clearly detectable at CTBT IMS stations
> located in Australia, Fiji, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea.
> Fox 10 News — Phoenix, AZ, July 15, 2014: [Aubrey Godwin, director of
> Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency] says radioactive material can
> still be found in Arizona soil from nuclear weapons testing in the
> 50′s and from Fukushima’s nuclear disaster in 2011. Despite that
> Godwin says there is no health concern.
> Watch the Fox 10 broadcast here
> Christina MacPherson | July 21, 2014 at 6:30 am | Categories:
> environment, Fukushima 2014, USA | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-hKx
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