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Tsunami Debris That Washes Ashore Tested For Radiation–Earthfix

It’s about time this got done. So far, we have been lucky. No radioactive debris has been found.

OCEAN SHORES, Wash. – Oregon State Parks managers have two new Geiger counters to scan possible tsunami debris that floats in from Japan. On the Washington coast, state health department scientists are now regularly checking marine debris and fish for possible radiation from last year’s Japanese nuclear meltdown.

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