[ RadSafe ] Japanese Radioactive Levels Claimed to be too highfor Farming

Jim Hardeman Jim.Hardeman at dnr.state.ga.us
Wed Nov 16 12:59:09 CST 2011

Otto --
Not surprising. The Tokyo Health Department, at their official monitoring location near Yokata Air Base, recorded a total deposition of Cs-134 + Cs-137 of ~14 kBq/m3 as of the end of April. Throw in a little wind and rain to redistribute it a little ... and voila.
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>>> "Otto G. Raabe" <ograabe at ucdavis.edu> 11/16/2011 13:02 >>>
Apparently there are spots in Tokyo with microcurie (37 kBq) levels....


Prof. Otto G. Raabe, Ph.D., CHP
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University of California
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