For Ultraman: because it adds a little more than we had; would that it added more.
Not to show that the amounts were significant (they weren't) but to note that plutonium out of the Fukushima reactors did indeed travel far and wide, contrary to many nuclear experts (particularly the kind that live in Japan) have said.
What's more, the authors of the paper seem to think that plutonium came from the spent fuel.
Interesting. Does anyone have access to the full paper?
Well, now that you ask (she said two days later):
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