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Fallout radionuclide distribution in lichen communities near Thule / Hanson, W.C. Arctic, v. 24, no. 4, Dec. 1971, p. 269-276, figure, tables ASTIS record 10161
'Concentrations of the worldwide fallout radionuclides manganese-54, zinc-65, strontium-90, cesium-137, and cerium-praseodymium-144, and naturallyoccurring potassium-40 were measured in 80 lichen species collected near Thule, Greenland, during July-August 1968. Emphasis was placed on 137Cs for detailed comparison of radionuclide distribution within the 6 major and 5 minor lichen communities of the 1,500 km.2 area studied. Mean 137Cs concentrations in major lichen species ranged from 22 picocuries per gram standard dry weight in Stereocaulon paschale to 50 pCi/g. in Cornicularia divergens, with an overall average of 33 pCi/g. Significant differences were noted between species, habitats and world regions.'
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Secondary wind transport of radioactive materials after the Fukushima accident. / : M. Yamauchi.
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'Abstract: Data from the radiation monitoring network surrounding the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant (FNPP) revealed that the radiation levels generally decayed faster at a highly-contaminated area than at neighboring moderately-contaminated areas during the first month after the Fukushima nuclear accident in March, 2011. Two possible mechanisms are considered: secondary transport of radioactive dust by wind or rain, and non-uniform radionuclide ratio of contamination between radioiodine (131I) and radiocesium (134Cs and 137Cs). The composition data from soil does not favor the latter scenario, except for the local coastal region south of the FNPP, while inter-regional transport from the highly-contaminated area to the moderately-contaminated areas explains both the general difference in the decay rate in the entire area and the relatively slow decay at a high-dose rate anomaly 40 km northwest of the FNPP.'
Transport of 137Cs and 239,240Pu with ice-rafted debris in the Arctic Ocean. / Landa, E.R. Reimnitz, E. Beals, D.M. Pochkowski, J.M. Winn, W.G. Rigor, I. Arctic, v. 51, no. 1, Mar. 1998, p. 27-39, maps. ASTIS record 42385
Tree rings reveal extent of exposure to ionizing radiationin Scots pine Pinus sylvestris / Timothy A. Mousseau et al. Threes. 2013.
'Abstract: Tree-ring widths (RW), earlywood (EW) and latewood (LW) widths, the transition from early to latewood (T) and the occurrence of intra-annual density fluctuations in EW (E-ring) and in LW (L-ring), as well as the presence of resin canals in EW and LW, were analyzed in Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) from three sites in Spain and one in Slovenia to find out if the anatomical characteristics can provide additional seasonal climate–growth information from contrasted environmental conditions. Principal component analysis was applied to elucidate the relationship between the measured parameters and climate. Principal component factor PC1 proved to be related to parameters of EW and the climatic variables of winter-spring; PC2 to parameters of LW and climatic variables of summer–autumn; PC3 to conditions during transitions from humid to dry periods. The three PCs vary between sites and are determined by the climatic conditions during their formation. The study demonstrates that wood anatomical features may provide complementary information to that contained in tree-ring widths. Since such results are obtained on contrasting sites, it is likely that it may be generalized over the wide range of P. halepensis distribution representing a useful proxy for studies on a regional scale.
Treasure Island Naval Station Historical Radiological Assessment: Former Naval Station Treasure Island, San Francisco, California. Weston Solutions, Inc. 2006. - 250 s. 'This document describes the history of operations involving general radioactive material (GRAM), which is defined as any radioactive material used by the Navy or Navy contractors not associated with the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP).'