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« Reply #420 on: Oct 3rd, 2016, 10:27am »

Some days you eat the bear (donít eat the bear) some days the bear eats you. grin


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« Reply #421 on: Oct 3rd, 2016, 12:44pm »

on Oct 3rd, 2016, 10:13am, INT21 wrote:
My greatest pollutant worry is secondary smoke from my wife's cigarettes. I hate it. But the fact that she is slowly killing me doesn't seem to matter.

Aren't women wonderful ?

That was rhetorical, no need to answer.

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« Reply #422 on: Oct 3rd, 2016, 12:57pm »

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I just wrote Abe in Japan and asked If i could Volunteer with the Clean up and Population problem they are having.
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« Reply #424 on: Oct 3rd, 2016, 3:49pm »

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« Reply #425 on: Oct 6th, 2016, 12:02pm »

Deepwater Horizon oil spill impacted bluefin tuna spawning habitat in Gulf of Mexico

Date: October 3, 2016
Source: Stanford University

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Electronic tagging data from bluefin tuna show that the fish were actively spawning in the Gulf of Mexico during the height of the Deepwater Horizon spill (green and yellow data points). Credit: Stanford University

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill was one of the largest environmental disasters in history, releasing roughly 4 million barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. For Atlantic bluefin tuna, it occurred at the worst time of year, during peak spawning season, when eggs and larval fish that are particularly vulnerable to environmental stressors exist in mass quantity.

In a study published in Nature: Scientific Reports, scientists from Stanford and NOAA provide the best yet analysis of how the 2010 breeding season might have been impacted by the oil spill.

Although the spill encompassed a relatively small proportion of the bluefin tuna spawning grounds, which extend throughout the northern Gulf of Mexico, the authors showed the cumulative oiled tuna habitat was roughly 3.1 million square miles, representing the potential for a significant impact on eggs and larval bluefin tuna in the Gulf of Mexico.

The authors concluded that the spill impacts combined with the multiple stressors of ocean warming and fishing pressure could make it more difficult for this unique population to rebuild.

"We know that bluefin tuna face numerous threats in the Gulf of Mexico and the oil spill represents another potential impact during a critical portion of their life history," said Elliott Hazen of NOAA Fisheries' Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, California, and first author of the study.

The scientists directly mapped the preferred spawning habitat of the Atlantic bluefin tuna by drawing from a 16-year data set of electronic tagging data from 66 fish, which provided information such as the animals' locations, temperatures and unique diving patterns after up to a year of being tracked on sojourns of thousands of miles. They then overlaid this data with satellite observations of the oil spill's reach, to map the potential impact.

"It took us many years to establish and perfect the techniques of putting a satellite tag, essentially a small computer, on giant bluefin tuna, many over 1,000 pounds in this study, and figure out exactly where and when they potentially spawn in the Gulf of Mexico," said study co-author Barbara A. Block, a professor of marine sciences at Stanford. Block led the effort to discern exactly where and when the bluefin spawn.

They found that the timing of the oil spill directly overlapped with the maximum extent of adult bluefin tuna foraging and spawning habitat in the Gulf of Mexico. At its peak in May 2010, the spill covered more than 5 percent of the spawning habitat of Atlantic bluefin tuna in the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone.

Exposure to oil has previously been shown to have physiological consequences to the heart, and can cause deformations and death in eggs and larval fish, making it crucial to understand the effects in order to assess the impacts of oil spills. The effect of oil on spawning adult fish is not as well understood but the crude oil may add stressors to all life history stages occurring in the Gulf of Mexico.

"The bluefin tuna population in the Gulf of Mexico has been struggling to rebuild to healthy levels for over 30 years," Block said. "These fish are a genetically unique population, and thus stressors such as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, even if minor, may have population-level effects. It is difficult to measure recruitment from the Gulf of Mexico post-2010, as the fish take a long time to enter into the commercial fishery where monitoring occurs, so we remain concerned."

The researchers said that their results are only inferring that the Deepwater Horizon spill likely harmed a sliver of the spawning habitats, and thus at least some of the 2010 class of bluefin tuna, but further monitoring is needed to understand how that affects the population at large.

"Because of their economic and ecological importance, we need to ensure the conservation and protection of Atlantic bluefin tuna on their spawning grounds," Hazen said. "We need to ensure maintained -- if not increased -- monitoring of Atlantic bluefin tuna in the years to come."
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1. Elliott L. Hazen, Aaron B. Carlisle, Steven G. Wilson, James E. Ganong, Michael R. Castleton, Robert J. Schallert, Michael J. W. Stokesbury, Steven J. Bograd, Barbara A. Block. Quantifying overlap between the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and predicted bluefin tuna spawning habitat in the Gulf of Mexico. Scientific Reports, 2016; 6: 33824 DOI: 10.1038/srep33824

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« Reply #426 on: Oct 13th, 2016, 8:25pm »

New Mexico Waste Isolation Pilot Plant

Officials say a portion of the ceiling in a closed area of New Mexico's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant has collapsed. The Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that WIPP President Phil Breidenbach said Friday that the fall was at the entrance to Panel 4, which has been sealed since 2010. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the fall was discovered during a Sept. 27 inspection but it's not clear when it actually occurred. The letter says the area became "prohibited" two weeks before the inspection and was "restricted" before that. Prohibited areas have significant safety concerns and personnel are not allowed to enter. Breidenbach says restricted areas have ground control and air quality issues and can only be entered with management approval. Breidenbach says no workers are believed to have been in that area for the last six months.

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« Reply #427 on: Oct 19th, 2016, 11:01am »

Impact of the Fukushima accident on marine life, five years later

Date: October 18, 2016
Source: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Five years ago, the largest single release of human-made radioactive discharge to the marine environment resulted from an accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. Approximately 80 percent of the fallout happened over the Pacific Ocean. Jordi Vives i Batlle of the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre explores the environmental consequences in the marine environment of the accident in an article published in the October issue of Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. He outlines the status of current research about the impact of the fallout on plant and animal life and what remains to be done as the radioactivity continues to spread. His article is part of a series of invited commentaries from international experts on "Lessons Learned and Consequences of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident, 5 Years Later."

Overall, the radioactivity levels in the marine biota near Fukushima were lower than predicted by some early studies immediately following the accident, and exposures were too low for acute effects at the population level to be observed in marine organisms ranging from microalgae to mollusks to fish. One study cited in the article concluded that the quick radioactive decay of the iodine-131 (one of the main isotopes, initially) and the confinement of the fallout to only some species and areas close to the power station were contributing factors to the low threshold exposure. However, more recent studies have shown variable levels in individual fish, though they too confirm that population-level effects have not been observed.

The variability in fish has numerous confounding factors -- the fishes' position in the food chain, where they live in the water column and their migratory patterns, to name a few. Additionally, there is a hypothesis that sediments have delayed the dispersal of the radioactive substances. Benthic fish, those at the bottom of the ocean, are more exposed to contaminated sediments and receive higher dose rates than pelagic fish living in the higher levels of the water column.

Vives i Batlle concludes that additional research is still required to fully understand the long-term effects that the fallout has had and that there is a need to continue studying the few "hotspots" very near the power station. The long-term fate of the contamination is still unknown, and information about how much radiation is stored in sediments and how much is still leaking from delayed sources, such as groundwater, has yet to be quantified. The research available so far on the risk to the marine environment is encouraging, but key research questions remain unanswered, signaling the direction for future investigations.
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« Reply #428 on: Oct 19th, 2016, 12:10pm »

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EXCELLENT READ!

TO WIT:

"fallout happened over the Pacific Ocean"

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"The long-term fate of the contamination is still unknown"

Here are some general facts related to radiation exposure effects:

http://www.environmentalpollutioncenters.org/radiation/effects/

Any amount of radiation may cause cancer, especially in sensitive individuals. Or, in other words, any exposure to radiation may cause some risk. Thus, it is always safer to minimize as much as possible the exposure to radiation!
Cancer due to radiation exposure at lower doses usually develops years after the actual exposure.
While the risk of developing cancer increases with the dose of radiation, the risk may vary largely between individuals.


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Exposure to Low Amounts of Radiation over Long Periods of Time

The health effects of exposure to low amounts of radiation over longer times are not well-known, but the genetic material may be threatened through mutations with unpredictable overall effects. Thus, genetic birth defects and retardation are possible due to parent exposures. Also other health problems may develop affecting the neurological, reproductive or cardiac systems. These may or may not be followed by cancer. Other factors may influence the development of diseases due to radiation.


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« Reply #429 on: Oct 19th, 2016, 12:42pm »

The Animals Of Chernobyl


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Biologist Timothy Mousseau has been studying the lasting effects of radiation on the flora and fauna of Chernobyl, Ukraine

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« Reply #432 on: Nov 13th, 2016, 11:24am »

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Environment Pollution in Japan
November 06 2016 11:46 AM (UTC).

Storage tanks at car wash facilities near a crippled Japanese nuclear power plant contain sludge which is seven times higher than the legal radioactive limit, Japan's Kyodo news agency reported Sunday. An inspection of car wash facilities in the Fukushima prefecture found sludge containing up to 57,400 becquerels of radioactive material per kilogram, compared with the limit of 8,000 becquerels per kilogram allowed by authorities, according to a document Kyodo obtained. The radioactive material is believed to come from ash and soot which was washed from vehicles shortly after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster in March 2011, officials said. The six-reactor plant suffered a triple meltdown after it was hit by a magnitude-9 earthquake and resulting tsunami. Fukushima Prefecture has some 1,700 car wash facilities where a growing number of tanks are filled to capacity, officials said, adding the amount of polluted sludge is estimated at several thousands of tons. Last month the Japanese government said that the cost of decommissioning the damaged nuclear plant is expected to soar to hundreds of billions of yen annually from the initial estimate of 80 billion yen (766 million dollars) each year.

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No Matter What BBC Says: Fukushima Disaster is Killing People

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Radioactivity from Fukushima has now migrated across the Pacific and is appearing on the West Coast of the USA. The scientific community there, like Gerry Thomas, subscribe to the flawed ICRP model, and since the levels of Caesium-137 measured are low, (maybe 10Bq/cubic metre of sea water), they say that there will be no health effects. But like Thomas they are wrong.

The problem is that 'dose' cannot be used to assess risk from internal radioactive particles. Dose is an average over large masses of tissue: but cancer begins in a single cell or local community of cells and these particles from Fukushima cause massive local doses. This is why there have been countless web reports of
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A recommended read for those concerned.

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on Nov 14th, 2016, 6:37pm, Cliff-67 wrote:
No Matter What BBC Says: Fukushima Disaster is Killing People

Quote from article :

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Radioactivity from Fukushima has now migrated across the Pacific and is appearing on the West Coast of the USA. The scientific community there, like Gerry Thomas, subscribe to the flawed ICRP model, and since the levels of Caesium-137 measured are low, (maybe 10Bq/cubic metre of sea water), they say that there will be no health effects. But like Thomas they are wrong.

The problem is that 'dose' cannot be used to assess risk from internal radioactive particles. Dose is an average over large masses of tissue: but cancer begins in a single cell or local community of cells and these particles from Fukushima cause massive local doses. This is why there have been countless web reports of
...

Google for link (causing excessive board expansion)-

A recommended read for those concerned.



That article is deeply disturbing Cliff. cry

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