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Radiation Detection 27th March 2018
Yesterday morning the GammaScout Geiger counter started to alarm on and off very quickly.

Detection Location

[Image: Australian-Map.jpg]

One visual observation showed a spike of 0.625 uSv/hr. Looking at all the very short duration high detections I have been seeing recently, it suggests to me that I am detecting lots of hot particles in the atmosphere. If I didn't have 60 second sampling and a 0.30 uSv/hr alarm setting in place I would probably have missed these detections. They would have been hidden in the averages, because they are of such short duration.

Are these hot particles originally from Fukushima?

Has enough Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere air mixing occurred so that I am now detecting more hot particles here when the weather conditions air right?

Is there another source?

Any of you have any other suggestions?

Have a look at all the charts and wind direction information below.

The day average was 68% above average.

[Image: Caloundra-local-average-background-radia...h-2018.jpg]

The 24hr 60 second logging chart shows numerous short duration peaks between 8.30 am and 11.30 am.

[Image: Caloundra-24-hour-chart-270318.jpg]

Radon levels where relatively low.

[Image: ThereminoGeiger_2018_03_27_21_16_00.png]

The wind direction at the time was South Easterly, off the Pacific Ocean! It was an overcast but fine day.

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Radiation Detection 27th March 2018 - vital1 - 03-27-2018, 08:56 PM

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