Maybe you've already visited this web site: http://www.lahdra.org/
If not, please take a moment to do so and review the audio/slide presentation accessible there titled: "What we have learned about early airborne plutonium releases from Los Alamos Facilities"
At the bottom of this 19 minute presentation is a timer. If you don't have time to listen to the entire presentation, listen to the five minutes starting at 10:20 into the presentation.
I'm not particularly shocked at the revelation in the presentation that Los Alamos National Laboratory under reported Pu releases over its history by a factor of 59, nor that reported releases did not included ALL the potential release sites known to exist at the Laboratory. That's just par for the course when it comes to the Laboratory’s habit of downplaying anything negative.
What is shocking to me however, is the revelation that Los Alamos National Laboratory has likely released more Pu into the environment than all the other DOE sites working with Pu combined;including Rocky Flats and Hanford. I, like most people affiliated with Los Alamos in one way or another, always believed that a research facility could never come close to producing contaminant levels anywhere near that of a production facility. I guess I was wrong.
PS Keep up the good work in bringing light to Pajarito Plateau.
[I couldn't hear the audio on a Mac, but it plays on a Windows XP computer.]