Alaska Radioisotope Information Center
City of Fairbanks Resolution: Calls for radiation testing by the State of Alaska, with public disclosure of all low-dose risks to public health. Resolution will be introduced Monday, March 10 at the 7:00 PM City Council meeting. Please testify.
Alaska caribou hunters: BEWARE! You face significant, but mostly undocumented radiological risk due to state and federal decisions to assume Fukushima won't affect U.S. residents, while dismissing all evidence to the contrary:
Alaska seafood contamination levels remain low: Seafood retailers are foced by state and federal inaction to test/disclose the radiation content of their products, despite long term unknown risks:
Investigative journalism/Expose: Fukushima reactor design problems
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Parnell/Obama Alliance: Govenor Parnell joined the Obama Administration's effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions by subsidizing nuclear power's rebirth. Denial of Fukushima's impacts: Critical to the industry's reputation/revival.
Crumbling radiation protection standards: The historical U.S. focus on preserving public health has transformed into a political fortress shielding the nuclear industry
2014 Alaska Marine Science Symposium: Fukushima radiation a contributing factor to 2011 seal "unusal mortality event" in northwest Alaska. See Page 222. (4 MB document).
Nuclear facilities worldwide: Designed (and allowed) to leak and sicken their neighbors, even during normal operation
U.S. Navy's Fukushima humanitarian effort triggers radiation illness among sailors: Review the lawsuit. See coverage by: Navy Times; and Stars and Stripes; and Japan Focus; and related Freedom of Information Act source documents.
US west coast infants: Many born with preventable hypothryoidism due to the federal government's non-existent response to Fukushima's initial atmospheric plume. See peer reviewed studies released in: March 2013, December 2013, and January 2014.
Genetic mutations caused by Fukushima: Artificial radionuclides from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant caused physiological and genetic damage to the pale grass blue butterfly.
Adopt an ocean near you: See how you can assist the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in monitoring the Alaskan coast near you, since the Federal Government has declared that "the solution to polution is dilution", when it comes to Fukushima contamination near you.
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