[ RadSafe ] NY State Inhalation Doses due to Fukushima

Jim Hardeman jim.hardeman at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 09:57:45 CST 2016

Clayton -

We saw similar increases in Georgia from our air sampling sites during the
last week of March and first week of April. Can't remember the numbers
right now (can look them up) other than "detectable" vs. our routine
non-detects. Also had I-131 detects in rain and milk.

Jim Hardeman
GA Environmental Protection Division (retired)

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On Feb 5, 2016 10:10 AM, "Bradt, Clayton (HEALTH)" <
clayton.bradt at health.ny.gov> wrote:

> Brad,
> The sampling sites were widely separated geographically across the state,
> and as can be seen in Fig.6 , all sites show a peak around April 1 or 2,
> 2011. These temporal and spatial details are inconsistent with a local
> source.
> Clayton
> *************************
> Brad wrote:
> As I read it, the levels of 131I seem quite comparable to data from the
> same authors in 2005 and 2002,  so I don't really see a Fukushima
> connection, seems more like a continuation of medical procedures/waste, as
> attributed in earlier years?.
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