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Bellringer : Take out Fuel Cycle Cards to practice! You should be getting good by now! Practice ordering them using the description of the step, not the name of the step!. Hwk : STUDY. Multiple Choice part of Quiz tomorrow!. Today 3/22/12. Bellringer Nuclear Fallout/Environmental Impacts

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hwk study multiple choice part of quiz tomorrow

Bellringer: Take out Fuel Cycle Cards to practice! You should be getting good by now! Practice ordering them using the description of the step, not the name of the step!

Hwk: STUDY. Multiple Choice part of Quiz tomorrow!

today 3 22 12
Today 3/22/12
  • Bellringer
  • Nuclear Fallout/Environmental Impacts
  • Short Review Game
fallout
Fallout
  • Isotopes are released into atmosphere
    • Can penetrate living organisms to disrupt chemical bonds in that organism
  • Radiation Sickness
    • Up to 25,000 people in Japan

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQLn6R7r47k

marine impact
Marine Impact
  • How?
    • Effluent directly from reactors
    • Fallout blown into ocean
    • Rainout of contaminated ground
  • Different isotopes have different half lives!
    • Cs-137 = 30 years!
marine impact1
Marine Impact
  • Bioaccumulation
    • Japan has highest seafood consumption rate
land impact
Land Impact
  • No clean drinking water
  • Agricultural Shutdown
    • Livestock – cows, sheep, chickens
    • Crops – peaches, rice
  • Huge evacuation zones
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