Via EURDEP, Vinca, Serbia, 15 months (3 months per line, most recent at bottom):
Note the change in the past half year, with the largest data gaps during the early October radiation-dosing of the Northern hemisphere. Bs ‘diversion stories’, launched by the French IRSN and all…
- !-> Nov. 12, 2017: A Lot More than Ruthenium-106 in that Radioactive Cloud (DATA)
- !-> Nov. 15, 2017: Oct. 2017 Ru-103 Detections Highest since 2011 + Record High MDCs @ Switzerland Radiation Monitoring stations; + Czech Republic I-131 & Cs-134 Measurements During “Ru-106 Cloud” compared to 2011.
- See also my recently updated Nuclear Blog Posts Archive,
the ongoing major cover-up, of a nuclear meltdown event that sent gigantic amounts of radioactive particles and gasses across the entire northern hemisphere, possibly even on par with an INES-7 (Chernobyl, Fukushima,…) remains in full swing.
!-> Nov. 27, 2017: Why ‘WHERE’ matters
Radnet – A limited selection. (check back in early January 2018 for a more thorough checking.) Via the map @ https://www.epa.gov/radnet/near-real-time-and-laboratory-data-state, showing 4 months of total gamma per monitor. More detailed data available via the query @ https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/query.do
See also Online Radiation Monitors.