Mike Bandrowski

Environmental Protection Agency

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Manager of the Indoor Air and Radiation Program at the West Coast Office of the Environmental Protection Agency

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Trace amounts of radiation from Japan's damaged nuclear-power reactors have turned up in rainwater from New England to Florida.

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Trace amounts of radiation from Japan's damaged nuclear-power reactors have turned up in rainwater from New England to Florida.

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