Scientists Concerned ATLANTIC Ocean To Be Contaminated By Fukushima Plume – Currents Carrying It To U.S. East Coast

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Gov’t scientists concerned Atlantic Ocean to be contaminated by Fukushima plume now in Pacific — Currents carrying it to U.S. East Coast (PHOTOS) (ENENews, Dec 21, 2013):

Radionuclide Transport from Fukushima to Eastern North Pacific, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2013 PICES Annual Meeting on Oct. 15, 2013:

Atlantic Ocean to be contaminated by Fukushima plume

Samples [were] collected in 2012 at several arctic stations to evaluate Pacific Water inflow of radioactivity to the Beaufort Sea. […]Why Measure 137Cs in Arctic?Pacific water contaminated with Fukushima 137Cs flows through Bering Strait and mixes with underlying Atlantic water labeled with 137Cs from Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing plant and Chernobyl accident.

Surface outflow of Pacific water through [the Canadian] Archipelago and Fram Strait can potentially contaminate Atlantic water. […]

Fukushima 134Cs was not [detected] in June 2012 […] at arctic stations.

According to the model by Behrens et al. (2012), the plume arrived in the Bering Sea at the end of October 2012 — around 600 days after March 11, 2011.

1 thought on “Scientists Concerned ATLANTIC Ocean To Be Contaminated By Fukushima Plume – Currents Carrying It To U.S. East Coast

  1. This website has been great from the beginning by hanging in with this story. It is the ONLY story worth covering in depth. This affects our lives. Food, air we breathe, health, and the future of humanity, and all life as we know it.
    Everything else, the fake markets, the empty politics, all else evaporates in the face of our possible extinction.
    So, why will none of the news sites cover it?
    I guess they will wait until we force them. If all the oceans are being killed, like the Pacific, we are indeed facing our own extinction.
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