90Sr, 137Cs and (239,240)Pu concentration surface water time series in the Pacific and Indian Oceans--WOMARS results.

@article{Povinec200590Sr1A,
  title={90Sr, 137Cs and (239,240)Pu concentration surface water time series in the Pacific and Indian Oceans--WOMARS results.},
  author={Pavel P. Povinec and Asker Aarkrog and Ken O. Buesseler and Roberta Delfanti and Katsumi Hirose and Gi Hoon Hong and Toshimichi Ito and Hugh D. Livingston and Hartmut Nies and Victor E. Noshkin and Shigeki Shima and Orihiko Togawa},
  journal={Journal of environmental radioactivity},
  year={2005},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={
          63-87
        }
}
Under an IAEA's Co-ordinated Research Project "Worldwide Marine Radioactivity Studies (WOMARS)" 90Sr, 137Cs and (239,240)Pu concentration surface water time series in the Pacific and Indian Oceans have been investigated. The Pacific and Indian Oceans were divided into 17 latitudinal boxes according to ocean circulation, global fallout patterns and the location of nuclear weapons test sites. The present levels and time trends in radionuclide concentrations in surface water for each box were… CONTINUE READING

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