Main Routes for Radionuclide Transport & Accumulation in Terrestrial Ecosystems

Main Routes for Radionuclide Transport & Accumulation in Terrestrial Ecosystems
Main Routes for Radionuclide Transport & Accumulation in Terrestrial Ecosystems

This is based on the Institute for Terrestrial Ecology’s 1990s paper “Radioactivity and Wildlife”.  This wasn’t taught at the Cumbrian School I went to, that was in the 70s.   Fat chance of it being taught in schools now, even though we know the seepage from Sellafield to the surrounding groundwater includes plutonium and caesium.

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