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Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima

 
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Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
August 2012 Fallout Date by Prefecture:

Shinjuku, Tokyo: 10.5 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137
Saitama, Saitama: 2.27 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (20 km N of Tokyo)
Maebashi, Gunma: 1.8 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (100 km NW of Tokyo)

[link to radioactivity.mext.go.jp]

[link to enenews.com]
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Re: Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
The Reason "may be" that the Prefecture Tokyo is big
because of many Islands like Izu-Oshima
and the Bonin Islands which is a few hundred Miles away
from Downtown-Tokyo?
Source: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

But as you can see in the Original the Numbers are
going down and only Futaba/ Fukushima looks bad
but only a bit above like Akita, Aomori and Hokkaido
they cant detect any Airborne Radiation anymore which
is very good for us and the People there!

Nearly all of our Milk Products is coming from Hokkaido.

Last Edited by the mighty Atom on 10/04/2012 11:40 AM
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Re: Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
August 2012 Fallout Date by Prefecture:

Shinjuku, Tokyo: 10.5 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137
Saitama, Saitama: 2.27 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (20 km N of Tokyo)
Maebashi, Gunma: 1.8 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (100 km NW of Tokyo)

[link to radioactivity.mext.go.jp]

[link to enenews.com]
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Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
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Re: Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
White Smoke Coming Out from the Cesium Absorption Tower
Temporary Storage Facility at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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So how did that turn out then? nothing on the news here about a "plume", or maybe, they're covering it up and only releasing tidbits to conspiracy web sites.
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Re: Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
In 10 Years, Peak Cesium Levels Off West Coast Could Be 10 Times Higher Than at Coast of Japan

[link to www.washingtonsblog.com]

Model simulations on the long-term dispersal of 137Cs released into the Pacific Ocean off Fukushima

[link to iopscience.iop.org]
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Re: Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
August 2012 Fallout Date by Prefecture:

Shinjuku, Tokyo: 10.5 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137
Saitama, Saitama: 2.27 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (20 km N of Tokyo)
Maebashi, Gunma: 1.8 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (100 km NW of Tokyo)

[link to radioactivity.mext.go.jp]

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16687688


The damaged (destroyed) nuclear plants are NE of Tokyo. It's not obvious that the Gunma site is closer, or much closer, than the Saitama site to Tokyo, and wind and currents would play some role.

Wind normally blows west to east doesn't it? So the Gunma site would be straight upwind of the leaking reactors. Couldn't that explain the measurements?
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Re: Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima
Scientists in groundbreaking study on effects of radiation in Fukushima

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In April last year, researchers from Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University (NVLU), along with other institutions, began sampling muscle tissue of wild Japanese macaques caught in the provincial capital, Fukushima, for radioactive cesium content.

The concentrations ranged between 10,000 and 25,000 becquerels per kilogram immediately after the nuclear crisis began to unfurl the month before.

The readings fell to 500-1,500 becquerels per kg in June, but rose again to more than 2,000 becquerels per kg from last winter to spring.

The seasonal variations presumably occurred because the macaques ate leaf buds, which are said to absorb radioactive cesium in high concentrations, the scientists said.

[...]

The Environment Ministry started sampling flora and fauna in Fukushima Prefecture last November because past research focused solely on the impact on humans. This was due to a general assumption that humans and other mammals are more susceptible to the effects of radiation [Emphasis added].

[...]

[link to ajw.asahi.com]

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Thread: Asahi: Cesium levels spike in Fukushima primates — Radioactivity much higher in 2012 than in June 2011
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