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New Mexico Wants All Your Hot Nuclear Waste
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez recently cut a deal with the U.S....
New Mexico, Same Old Story: Radiation Leaks and a 'Manhattan' Project
On February 14, New Mexico got a Valentines’ Day present, and we are still dealing with the fallout (pun unavoidable) from that event...
Once Upon a Mine: National Institutes of Health Details Uranium's Toxic Legacy to Navajo
It is no secret that uranium mines have been contaminating the Navajo reservation and its inhabitants for decades. But it wasn’t always that way...
5 Alarming Developments From the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster
The earthquake off northeastern Japan late last week made for an eerie reminder that the crisis in the prefecture of Fukushima, particularly its power plant of the same name, is fa...
Mutant Butterflies Show Effects of Fukushima Radiation
Before (above) and after the Fukushima nuclear-plant meltdown: Japan's pale grass blue butterflies appear to be mutating...
Study: Radiation Levels Off Japan Not Dangerously High
A study of fish and plankton collected from the Pacific Ocean near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant finds higher levels of radioactive material in the organisms, but not h...
Scientist to Test Seals for Radiation, but Sees Japan Link as Unlikely
Ringed seals are dying and getting sick in the waters off Alaska, Russia and Canada, and scientists don't know why...
Fish Tests Radiation-negative, But Where's It From?
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CIFA) has deemed fish tested in the wake of the Japan nuclear disaster as radiation free, but will not divulge where samples were taken from...
Returning Salmon Being Tested for Radiation from Japanese Nuclear Plant as a Precaution
Two British Columbia First Nations are taking a wait-and-see approach as West Coast salmon are tested to determine if they have been contaminated with radiation resulting from Japa...
Yurok Declares Seaweed Clean
The Yurok Tribe , concerned about radiation from Japan's leaky nuclear plant in the wake of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, had seaweed tested and found no radioactive isotope...
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