Cape Cod Times
November 25, 2013
Collecting samples off the coast where the Fukushima nuclear power plant was damaged in a March 2011 earthquake, the WHOI senior scientist measured higher than normal radiation levels long after the original disaster.
“It was very concerning,” Buesseler said during a recent interview in his lab, dubbed “Cafe Thorium,” after the naturally occurring radioactive metal.
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