The Marshall Islands government will survey a leaking nuclear-filled dome after growing international concern over the structure.
The country's Nuclear Commission says work is due to start by the end of the year studying the impact of the structure on Enewetak Atoll.
It comes after the Pacific Islands Forum Secretary General, Dame Meg Taylor, called for an audit of the nuclear dome to determine if it was leaking.
Her UN counterpart, Antonio Guterres, has also raised concerns about the potential radioactive fallout.
The Nuclear Commission's chairperson, Rhea Moss-Christian explained what the survey will look at.