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Fukushima Radiation Information for Alaskans

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The nuclear reactor accident in northeast Japan caused by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami released radioactive material into the North Pacific Ocean and neighboring environments. This event has raised concerns about whether radiation from the nuclear reactor will impact Alaska's air, water, and seafood.

Alaska-specific information about Fukushima-related radiation exposure is available at the links below:



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