30 Jan '14, 10pm

Citizen scientists can fill info gaps about Fukushima effects

Citizen scientists can fill info gaps about Fukushima effects

One reason is that government monitoring of radiation and its effects on fish stocks appears to be limited. According to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , "No U.S. government or international agency is monitoring the spread of low levels of radiation from Fukushima along the West Coast of North America and around the Hawaiian Islands." The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's most recent food testing , which includes seafood, appears to be from June 2012. Its website states, "FDA has no evidence that radionuclides from the Fukushima incident are present in the U.S. food supply at levels that would pose a public health concern. This is true for both FDA -regulated food products imported from Japan and U.S. domestic food products, including seafood caught off the coast of the United States." The non-profit Canadian Highly Migratory Species Foundation has been monitor...

Full article: http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/science-matters/2014/01/...

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