1. Elevated But 'Not Harmful' Radioactivity Detected In Baltic Sea  Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty
  2. Sensors Detect Rise in Nuclear Particles on Baltic Sea, Global Body Says  The New York Times
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A global monitoring network this week detected unexplained "higher than usual levels" of radioactive isotopes at a station in Sweden that likely came from somewhere around the Baltic Sea.A global monitoring network this week detected unexplained "higher than usual levels" of radioactive isotopes at a station in Sweden that likely came from somewhere around the Baltic Sea.

Elevated But 'Not Harmful' Radioactivity Detected In Baltic Sea

Radiation sensors in Stockholm have detected higher-than-usual but still harmless levels of isotopes produced by nuclear fission, probably from somewhere on or near the Baltic Sea, a body running a worldwide network of the sensors said on Friday.Radiation sensors in Stockholm have detected higher-than-usual but still harmless levels of isotopes produced by nuclear fission, probably from somewhere on or near the Baltic Sea, a body running a worldwide network of the sensors said on Friday.

Cutting edge radiation sensors in Stockholm have detected higher-than-usual levels of isotopes produced by nuclear fission –potentially coming from a nuclear weapons test Cutting edge radiation sensors in Stockholm have detected higher-than-usual levels of isotopes produced by nuclear fission –potentially coming from a nuclear weapons test

'Mystery' rise in nuclear particles from 'weapons test' detected by fission sensors - Daily Star

The increased levels were picked up in a region which also covered the tips of Denmark and Norway as well as southern Sweden and much of Finland. Pictured: St Petersburg.The increased levels were picked up in a region which also covered the tips of Denmark and Norway as well as southern Sweden and much of Finland. Pictured: St Petersburg.

Sensors detect rise in radiation coming from region including Russian city of St Petersburg | Daily Mail Online

Radiation sensors in Stockholm have detected higher-than-usual but still harmless levels of isotopes produced by nuclear fission, probably from somewhere on or near the Baltic Sea, a body running a worldwide network of the sensors said on Friday. The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) oversees a network of hundreds of monitoring stations that useRadiation sensors in Stockholm have detected higher-than-usual but still harmless levels of isotopes produced by nuclear fission, probably from somewhere on or near the Baltic Sea, a body running a

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