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Johnston Atoll

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Contaminants in Fishes from Johnston Atoll

Abstract. This study examined the distribution of military-industrial contaminants
accumulating in coral reef fishes in the lagoon of Johnston Atoll, Pacific Ocean.
This atoll was a major military base involved in nuclear and chemical weapons as well
as being a depot, transient airfield and harbor since the 1930's. The base was closed and abandoned in 2003.

Johnston Atoll History

When first discovered, Johnston Atoll was very much like many other Pacific atolls.
It's importance grew with the onset of World War II, continuing during atomic testing in the Pacific.


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