Fukushima’s Legacy of Fallout

7 years ago by in 2012 Tagged: ,

Editor’s Note: This is the third posting in a series of in-depth audio reports from undergraduate students in the School of Communication at American University.

Scientists around the world are finding radioactive fallout from last year’s nuclear disaster in Japan. What do these discoveries mean? Mike Nagle produced this audio report.

(The report is 4:50 in length and is 5 MB in size for download. Please use the players below.)

(The graphic is in the public domain.)

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