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Radioactivity in Marine Biota - Fish (1999 - 2007)

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
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Treated sewage effluent from the Sutherland Shire, including low-level effluent from the Lucas Heights Science & Technology Centre (LHSTC), passes through the Cronulla Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and is discharged at Potter Point. Fish at Potter Point ocean outfall and a reference site at The Royal National Park were collected. These organisms are known to concentrate a variety of elements, including radionuclides, from their environment. The fish commonly known as Luderick (Girella sp.), were filleted and skinned. The fish flesh was dried ground and analysed for gamma-emitting radioisotopes.

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Data time period: 31 12 1998 to 30 12 2007

151.2,-34.03332 151.2,-34.03333 151.1,-34.03333 151.1,-34.03332 151.2,-34.03332

151.15,-34.033325

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