Fears of Arctic Chernobyl put Norway on alert

January 1992
New Scientist;1/25/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1805, p20
Reports that Norway has virtually doubled the number of its stations that monitor radioactive fallout. Number of stations currently operating; Readings taken every three hours; Fears of the Arctic Chernobyl.


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