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Radioactive Fallout in Futaba-machi, Fukushima in January 2012: 19,120 MBq/Square Kilometer
Ex-SKF.blogspot.com ^ | March 27, 2012 | ex-skf.blogspot.com

Posted on 03/28/2012 12:40:24 PM PDT by ransomnote

The Ministry of Education and Science released the data on radioactive fallout by prefecture in January 2012, on March 23.

For Fukushima Prefecture, it is measured in Futaba-machi, where Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant is located. The measurement for the month of January, 2012 was:

Cs-134: 8,020 Mbq (megabecquerels)/km2 Cs-137: 11,100 MBq/km2 Total cesium: 19,120 MBq/km2

The measurement in Fukushima in Futaba-machi started in September 2011. From September to November, the numbers were in 4 digits. The fallout amount jumped in December, as you see in the table below (created from the data at MEXT website):


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TOPICS: Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: fukushima; japan; nuclear; radiation
I found the following comment attached to the article unusual:

Chibaguy said...

How is Japan to survive with ambulances running 24/7 (I do not like this phrase)? I cannot go a single day in Chiba nor Tokyo without hearing the sirens all the time. Not one single day. I wish someone had stats on this. People, watch what you eat! March 28, 2012 7:06 AM

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