Po210 can be accumulated in various environmental materials, including marine
organisms, and contributes to the dose of natural radiation in seafood. The
concentration of this radionuclide in the marine environment can be influenced
by the operation of a coal burning power plant but existing studies regarding
this issue are not well documented. Therefore, the aim of this study was to
estimate the Po210 concentration level in marine organisms from the coastal
area of Kapar, Malaysia which is very near to a coal burning power plant station
and to assess its impact on seafood consumers.

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