France has now been added to the list of countries finding iodine 131 elevations. Spikes were only found in a few stations on the north east border with Germany. They began on October 19 and were still elevated as of November 14. This pattern adds to the exiting pattern of a source in eastern Europe causing the iodine and traveling outward across Europe. Readings from French IRSN below the map. Click the map for a larger version.
Near Karlsruhe Germany, French border
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