Radioactive Seaweed Sought On Shores

On Feb. 24, marine scientists along the coast — including researchers from Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Hopkins Marine Station, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and UC Santa Cruz — will start collecting giant kelp and testing it for traces of radioactive elements from Fukushima.

The kelp collectors stressed that, even if they do detect Fukushima’s radiation emanating from the kelp, it should not pose a health hazard to humans.

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Radioactive Seaweed Sought On Shores