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Question: Why is Tucson AZ always so spiky? Is an NPP located near there? If not, then how come?


Mon Jun 08, 2015 12:41 pm
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The Palo Verde Nuclear Power plant is located near Phoenix, and regular releases may weigh in on high readings for Tucson.


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rasika wrote:
http://www.enviroreporter.com/radnet-air-monitoring/arizona#tucson

Question: Why is Tucson AZ always so spiky? Is an NPP located near there? If not, then how come?


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