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NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?

 
DoorBert

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NOAA Lists Ringed and Bearded Ice Seal Populations Under the Endangered Species Act

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Dying ringed seals trigger Fukushima radiation worries

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Re: NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?
Seals and Walruses Found Dead in Alaska with Mysterious Sores and Hair Loss: Scientists Baffled

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Alaska Press: First seals, then walruses, and now polar bears getting skin disease.

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Re: NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?
Scientists test sick Alaska seals for radiation

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Re: NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?
Diseased Alaska seals tested for radiation have abnormal brain growths, undersized lymph nodes — Environmental cause indicated — Also found in Russia, Canada

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12/31/2012 11:07 AM
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Re: NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?
Can we club them now?
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Thread: Low doses release from Fukushima?.. bollocks.. Tepco released on 12/27/2012, 10 million Bq of cesium-134/1 per HOUR
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Re: NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?
Ocean still suffering from Fukushima fallout

Continuing leaks and contaminated sediment keep radiation levels high.


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New data presented at a conference held on 12–13 November at the University of Tokyo show that levels of radioactivity in the sea around the plant remain stable, rather than falling as expected. Researchers believe that run-off from rivers, as well as continued leaks from the plant, may be partially to blame. But contaminated sediment and marine organisms also seem to be involved.

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The Fukushima disaster caused by far the largest discharge of radioactivity into the ocean ever seen. A new model presented by scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts estimates that 16.2 petabecquerels (1015 becquerels) of radioactive caesium leaked from the plant — roughly the same amount that went into the atmosphere.

[...] in the region of the ocean near the plant, levels of caesium-137 have remained fixed at around 1,000 becquerels, a relatively high level compared to the natural background. Similarly, levels of radioactive caesium in bottom-dwelling fish remain pretty much unchanged more than 18 months after the accident.

Researchers at the conference are convinced that something is preventing the radiation levels from dropping. “There must be a source,” says Scott Fowler, an oceanographer at Stony Brook University in New York.

In fact, a fresh analysis by oceanographer Jota Kanda at the Tokyo University of Marine Science [estimates] the plant itself is leaking around 0.3 terabecquerels [0.3 trillion becquerels] per month [...]

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Thread: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
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Re: NOAA Lists Artic Seals as Endangered - Fukushima Radiation Underlying Reason?
Title: Tokyo Bay Contamination More Serious than Fukushima Offing
Source: NHK
Date Aired: Jan 15, 2012
Date Published: Nov 4, 2012
Translated by: guardianofmiyagi

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Thread: Tokyo Bay cesium even higher than levels reported off Fukushima — Nearly entire sea floor contaminated by 2014 (VIDEO)
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Thread: Pictures of Radioactive Seawater Flowing From Fukushima Across the Pacific Ocean

Thread: River near Fukushima POURS 50 BILLION BQ into OUR ocean PER DAY!!!!!!

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