Arctic Ozone Hole and Polar Melt From Fukushima Catastrophe

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Arctic Ozone Hole & Polar Melt From Fukushima Catastrophe Yoichi Shimatsu w/Rense 4.21.14

Published on May 3, 2014

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By Yoichi Shimatsu
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Yoichi Shimatsu, former editor with the Japan Times group, is a Hong Kong-based science writer.


“Unprecedented Arctic ozone loss in 2011”, report by 19 participating researchers, the journal Nature, October 2011

“How Fukushima Impacted the Massive Arctic Ozone Loss”. Y. Shimatsu,

“NASA pinpoints causes of the 2011 Arctic ozone hole” Maria-Jose Vinas, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 11 March 2013

“An Arctic ozone hole? Not quite” Audrey Resutek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT News, 15 April 2014

“Ozone Depletion Over Ocean Caused By Sea Surface Iodine” Lawrence LeBlond,, 14 January 2012

“Statistically derived contributions of diverse human influences to twentieth-century temperature changes” (linkage of slowdown of global warming to the 1987 Montreal Protocol” Francisco Estrada, Pierre Perron, Benjamin Martinez-Lopez, Nature Geoscience, June 2013

“Continental heat anomalies and the extreme melting of the Greenland ice surface in 2012 and 1889,” William Neff, Gilbert Compo, F. Martin Ralph, Matthew D. Shupe, Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres.
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Fukushima Documentary:Senior Brigade: Protecting an Uninhabited Town
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Bleeding out Fukushima into the world

Remember the woman who posted vids of YELLOW DEFORMED SALMON from the Fraser River earlier this year? Now Cesium 134 has been discovered near the headwaters of the Fraser in beautiful BC. :(. – my home. 😦
ATTRIBUTION:By Larry Pynn, Vancouver Sun:
PHOTO : submitted by John Preissl.


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