some stuff on Chernobyl and its fallout on north america

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If the Same Magnitude Quake Had Hit California, We Could Have Been Nuked

An 8.9 Richter-scale earthquake could have ripped apart at least four coastal reactors and sent a lethal cloud of radiation across the entire United States.
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http://www.alternet.org/story/150214/if ... been_nuked


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LANDBIRD PRODUCTIVITY IN CENTRAL COASTAL
CALIFORNIA: THE RELATIONSHIP TO ANNUAL RAINFALL,
AND A REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE IN 1986l

http://www.prbo.org/cms/docs/terre/DeSanteandGeupel.pdf

The fallout of Chernobyl radioactivity in Central Ontario, Canada

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S. R. Joshi

Environmental Contaminants Division, National Water Research Institute, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Environment Canada, P.O. Box 5050, Burlington, Ontario L7R 4A6, Canada

Received 29 January 1987; accepted 8 July 1987. ; Available online 10 April 2003.

Abstract
The levels of Chernobyl-derived 103Ru, 106Ru, 134Cs and 137Cs were measured in Algoma, Ontario rain samples collected as weekly composites until September 30, 1986. The radionuclides were consistently measurable until about mid-June. The data, when analyzed in conjunction with 7Be measurements, yield a mean tropospheric residence time of about 14 days for the four radionuclides. This value is significantly lower than the previous estimates based on nuclear explosion-derived radionuclides but is within the range of values reported using radon daughters.

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On the transport of chernobyl radioactivity to eastern Canada Purchase$ 31.50


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J. -C. Roy, J. -E. Côté, A. Mahfoud, S. Villeneuve and J. Turcotte

Department of Chemistry, Université Laval, Québec, Canada G1K 7P4

Received 5 February 1987; accepted 27 April 1987. ; Available online 10 April 2003.

Abstract
A large number of radionuclides released by the Chernobyl nuclear reactor were detected in air and river water samples collected in the Quebec region of eastern Canada. Analysis of the data supports the view that three waves of airborne radioactivity entered eastern Canada between 6 May 1986 and the end of June 1986. The first two waves would have followed an Arctic route and arrived over Quebec on 6 May and around 14 May respectively. The third wave would have been carried by the prevailing westerly winds across the Pacific Ocean and arrived over Quebec around 25–26 May. On 25 June and thereafter, Chernobyl radioactivity was undetectable in our airfilters but was still being detected in the St Lawrence river in March 1987.

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Encyclopedia of environmental science By David E. Alexander, Rhodes Whitmore Fairbridge
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CBC - Japanese Nuclear Fallout Will Hit CANADA U.S



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