Tepco’s new plan to “clean up” a million tons of radioactive water: dump it in the sea ☢

28 10 2020

Japan set to release Fukushima water into Pacific Ocean
Release to occur after 2022 despite reputational worries from fishing industry

“TOKYO – Japan is set to officially decide to release treated[sic] water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the ocean amid opposition from a fishing industry worried about its reputation.”
– – – – – – – – AND obviously not worried about opposition from anyone else – FC

At Fukushima plant, a million-tonne headache: radioactive water

An official of South Korea’s science ministry said on Thursday said that the letter expresses the country’s serious concerns about the environment impact of such a release. The official also said South Korea asked the international nuclear watchdog to play a more active role on the issue.

The Big Wobble Fish all gone! Gulf of Alaska fishery to close for the first time ever: No more cod: Salmon all but gone: Millions of small sea birds died since 2015

Nuke-Pro61 Pages of Stories of the Death Of The Pacific

Whale Gate — Hawaii Whale Coverup — They Have Resorted to Turning Off The Whale Cams

Hey, Hey, EPA – when do you plan to check on the radiation pouring from Japan?

Jan. Report on Fukushima killing all the tide pool life along the Pacific NW

9 02 2018

From  Dana Durnford – the most banned researcher on the topic –

LINK https://youtu.be/5z83xW6G4DQ


Mass Mortality among Rocky Shore Invertebrates across 100 km of Northeastern Pacific Coastline- Peer Reviewed Article

9 11 2015

In late August and September 2011, intertidal populations of two echinoderms—S. purpuratus and Leptasterias sp.—were decimated over a large, continuous region. We found only ten surviving intertidal purple urchins out of a prior regional population we estimate at many millions of individuals.

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Jay Cullen – WHOI’s funding-partnership ties to the nuclear/uranium mining and defense-defence depts/industry…


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Figure 3 Jurgens LJ, et. al. (2015) Patterns of Mass Mortality among Rocky Shore Invertebrates across 100 km of Northeastern Pacific Coast

In late August 2011, formerly abundant intertidal populations of the purple sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, a well-known ecosystem engineer), and the predatory six-armed sea star (Leptasterias sp.) were functionally extirpated from ~100 km of coastline. Other invertebrates, including the gumboot chiton (Cryptochiton stelleri) the ochre sea star (Pisaster ochraceus), and subtidal populations of purple sea urchins also exhibited elevated mortality.” Jurgens LJ, Rogers-Bennett L, Raimondi PT, Schiebelhut LM, Dawson MN, Grosberg RK, et al. (2015) “Patterns of Mass Mortality among Rocky Shore Invertebrates across 100 km of Northeastern Pacific Coastline“. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0126280. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126280 http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0126280 (100 km is approximately 62 miles)

By far, of all the marine invertebrates, the largest levels of plutonium are found in benthic organisms and those predators feeding on benthic organisms.. The starfish, in each case, were collected as they were feeding on the mussel beds. The Pu concentration, although…

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