• earthsky.org | 1/21/2020 | Eleanor Imster
    Nearly a decade after the nuclear accident in Fukushima, Japan, researchers have found that wildlife populations are abundant in areas now devoid of human life. A new camera study, published January...
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  • ScienceDaily | 1/6/2020 | Staff
    The camera study, published in the Journal of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, reports that over 267,000 wildlife photos recorded more than 20 species, including wild boar, Japanese hare,...
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  • Zero Hedge | 9/16/2019 | Staff
    Tokyo Electric Power’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, which experienced three massive meltdowns in 2011, is running out of room to store radioactive water.
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  • CNET | 3/4/2019 | James Martin
    The radiation levels inside the reactors at Fukushima are far too high for any human to stay there for more than a few minutes. Even an hour inside one of the reactors would mean certain death.
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  • WIRED | 4/26/2018 | Vince Beiser
    By now, much of Fukushima Daiichi itself, an expansive complex covering some 860 acres, is a lot safer than you’d expect. Most areas have been decontaminated to the point where full bodysuits are no...
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