[ RadSafe ] Fwd: [New post] Tritium level rising in Fukushima plant port – Ground subsidence issues on land
rwhelbig at gmail.com
Tue Jun 25 04:04:58 CDT 2013
Do any of these claims have a basis in fact, like the 7,300 ft deep
sediment claim? I presume the claims that TEPCO has supposedly stated
are true, but I wonder about the others given the source being
Arclight and MsMilkytheClown, Chris Busby's willing accomplices and
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arclight2011part2 posted: "MsMilkytheclown1Tritium level rising in
Fukushima plant portOfficials from Tokyo Electric Power Company say
the level of radioactive tritium has been rising in sea water near the
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.They say they can't rule out the
Tritium level rising in Fukushima plant port – Ground subsidence issues on land
Tritium level rising in Fukushima plant port
Officials from Tokyo Electric Power Company say the level of
radioactive tritium has been rising in sea water near the Fukushima
Daiichi nuclear power plant.
They say they can't rule out the possibility that contaminated
groundwater seeped into the sea.
TEPCO officials said contained 1,100 becquerels of tritium per
liter.That is 10 times the amount detected in previous tests.
But they said the figure is still less than one-fiftieth of the
government-set limit for water to be released into the sea.
The river sediments of Dneeper, Sozh and Pripjat, Neman, Zapadnay and
Divina increased Cs-137 by 80%. This is only official state data. It
reached also backwaters: The Sr-90 activity varies from 2,2 – 66,0 up
to 407 – 4,215 Bq/Kg).
Alpha-radionuclides density in riverbed sediments is higher than in
river waters: Pu238 from 0,005 – 9,10 Bg/Kg; Pu-239-240 from 0,13 –
28,13 Bq/Kg; Am-241 from 0,07 – 16,2 Bq/Kg. In the 90ies the levels
fro Cs-137 and Sr-90 exceed pre-accidental levels in ground water 20 –
30 times and in underground waters 10 times and more.
Chernobyl turned the soil into a collector where accumulation and
prolonged retention of long-living radionculides occur.
h/t ; Iori Mochizuki
According to Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology,
Cs-134 was detected from 7300m deep in the Pacific only 4 months after
the Fukushima nuclear accident.
The location is in approximately 115km east from the epicenter, 4.9km
east from the trench axis of the Japan Deep.
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