Researchers find Amchitka seafood safe for now
An independent consortium of university-based environmental scientists announced today the results from three 2004 expeditions to Amchitka
Island in the western Aleutians to assess radionuclides in that marine environment. Three nuclear test shots were set off under Amchitka
by the U.S. Government ...
Divers find new species in Aleutians
...d for nutrient and oxygen levels in the water, acidity, temperature and radioactive chemicals left over from the underwater nuclear tests conducted at amchitka
Island between 1965 and 1971.
"Climate change, with changes in water temperature, wind patterns and currents may impact the region's biological li...
Amchitka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaAmchitka
is a volcanic, tectonically unstable island in the Rat Islands group of the Aleutian Islands in southwest Alaska. It is about 68 kilometres (42 mi) long, and varies from 3 to 6 km (2–3.75 mi) in width. It has a...
Amchitka: Definition from Answers.comAmchitka
An island off western Alaska in the Rat Islands of the western Aleutians. ... E / 51.467°N 179.083°E / 51.467; 179.083 (Amchitka
Underground Test Site) ...
Visit the Aleutian's Amchitka
Island, WWII and Post War photos and stories! ... Early Russians referred to this island as Ostrov Amchitka
Cannikin Atomic Test at Amchitka Island, Alaska - The Untold Story
Scientists fear Amchitka
Island Radiation Leak: DANGER: Tectonic forces may be ... Report of a Greenpeace Scientific Expedition to Amchitka
Island, Alaska - Site ...
UAF Newsroom: Feature Story: Amchitka's nuclear legacy
Mark Johnson describes fortifications found on Amchitka
Island. ... Gallery of historical Amchitka
photos " ... 2004 Amchitka
Science Plan: Consortium for Risk ...
The full extent of the leakage from Amchitka
nuclear blast sites is yet unknown. Workers at the Cannikin Shaft, Amchitka
Island, 1971. ...