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The reports presented by American, Japanese and Soviet scientists to the Tenth Pacific Congress at Honolulu, Hawaii are discussed. The quantity of Sr90 and Csl37, and other radium isotopes, in various regions and at various depths of the Pacific Ocean is outlined, disclosing the degree of ocean water pollution by radioactive waste materials resulting from atom bomb explosions. The various methods used in the determination of water pollution are compared and analyzed, exemplifying the processesdoi:10.21236/ad0689687 fatcat:n236yd6s3raa3pqnjf3vzktmqa