Are Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Really Over?

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Posted on September 2, by Mike Rothschild To paraphrase an oft-misattributed quote, pseudoscience can travel halfway around the world while good science is still putting its lab coat on. It went up on August 14th, and has been reposted on numerous blogs and Facebook pages since then. Certainly, the leak of radioactive water into the Pacific is dangerous and needs to be fixed.

able from the distributions of Pb and CS within the sed­ iment sequence may provide consistent information on the sedimentation chronology in rapidly changing coastal areas.

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Are Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Really Over?

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bottles of red wines, mainly from South-West France, dating after , I.e. for which the effect of Chernobyl is no longer really quantifiable. It can be considered as the current “background noise” in .

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Cs → Ba + β years Cs → Ba + β years Rn → Pb + 3α + 2β years Cesium is only produced by atomic bomb testing, or Chernobyl-type accidents. is the Cs peak.

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This study provides one test of that possibility by comparing recent measurements of Pb and trace metals to ones carried out more than 20 yrs in the past. Cs dating is used to confirm.

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The dating control provided here by Pb and Cs dating corroborates the published interpretation of the trench stratigraphy, and refines the 14C-based estimated dates for the upper unit. At two other trenches P and Cs dating only provided minimum ages (based on the presence or absence of Pbexcess and Cs).

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The best destinations for using the Cs dating method are deep basin sediments, where bioturbation is very low and sedimentation is calm. This study looked at the accuracy and reliability of the Cs dating of the bottom sediment from five different lakes.

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CMS , DeLoach Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences University of North Carolina Wilmington South College Road Wilmington, NC Tel: ; Fax: email: , Personal Webpage.

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