Radiation ‘hotspots’ hinder Japan response to nuclear crisis, Reuters, June 14, 2011:
The incomplete data has complicated Japan’s response to the disaster [...] It has also created a mood of quiet despair in already devastated communities. “I never believe anything I hear any more on radiation,” said Shukuko Kuzumi, 63, who lives in Iwaki, about 50 km to the south of Fukushima. [...]
“Unfortunately, there is still a real possibility of further significant releases of radioactivity,” experts from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said in a statement.
Published: June 15th, 2011 at 9:31 am ET