King Salmon Missing
Unusually Unmanageable wildfires in the west in the summer of 2011 and 2012 http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2012/05/radiation-fallout-from-fukushima-and-us.html
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Strange Weather and Arctic Melt-off
Australia, Queensland, Sunshine Coast, 1st, January, 2013
Here is a chart for December 2012, plus this years monthly average chart.
This December was 43% above the pre-Fukushima 4 year average for December, making it equal with the month high we had in January 2012.
The average for the year of 2012 was 21% above the pre-Fukushima 4 year average, see the month average chart.
I have incomplete data for December 2011, as the new Gamma Scout Geiger Counter had just arrived. It was a while before I set up data logging on this unit. Didn't realize how important data logging would be at the time.
As you can see from the data I did record for that month, the average for December 2011 was 26% percent above average. As you can see in that chart, there were more dynamic swings in background levels, compared to December 2012.
The data is clearly showing increasing background levels of radiation over the last two years, at my location on the central east coast of Australia.
Full historical data can be found here.