Feb 10, 2015 — Same old, same old. But thought I’d quickly share what’s by now a well-documented pattern of the European Commission not sharing the data when it most likely matters the most… ;-/
Amidst widespread upticks and data gaps on EURDEP’s (Advanced Public Map) Radiation Monitors, several countries have imposed 24+ hour data-sharing delays: Romania, most of Italy, Spain and all of Western Russia. Often these data delays turn into data gaps, which most likely hide spikes the IAEA and cohorts do not want the public to see:
(Iceland remains offline, and Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine aren’t part of EURDEP.)
A selection of upticks (1 month data), in no particular order:
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