Video: Radioactivity of 14,600 Bq/m2 in rice paddy soil far from Fukushima plant — Crop to be sold in Japan this year

Cesium-134 and -137 detected in sand from San Francisco Bay Area yard

10,000,000 Bq/kg of cesium detected in Minamisoma soil sample -Local Official

New Tepco Survey: Most contaminated location is near Fukushima Daini, not Daiichi (MAP)

Gundersen’s Latest: Think about ramifications for Tokyo… How would you like kneeling in radioactive waste to pick flowers? Cobalt-60 in majority of samples, up to 1,481 Bq/kg (VIDEO & CHART)

600 km from Fukushima: High levels of cesium detected in Osaka Bay soil -Report

Yokohama radiation testing facility: Resident personally detects 1,850 disintegrations per second in a liter of soil — 250 km from Fukushima meltdowns (VIDEO

Expert on US, Canada: We’ll see a statistically meaningful increase in cancer from Fukushima on west coast — After Japan, the most radioactive area is Cascade Mountains — Portland had cesium at 100 Bq/m² (VIDEO)

University Researcher: Portland-area topsoil with up to 8,000 pCi/kg of cesium from Fukushima — Over 10,000% higher than highest levels found by UC Berkeley

Tokyo gov’t finds at least 5 times higher cesium levels than Japan gov’t — Over 50,000 Bq/m² near city center (PHOTOS)

Kyodo: High dosage of cesium similar to Chernobyl evacuation levels found in large city 60 km fom meltdowns — 307,000 Bq/kg in soil on Sept. 14

UPDATED: ***DOCUMENT INACCURATE*** Americium-241 found in soil west of Tokyo at 74 becquerels/kg

Report: Manure with 255 CPM bought in Southern California (VIDEO)

Highest Yet: Cesium-137 levels in Northern California soil hits post-Fukushima peak — UC Berkeley blames nuclear weapons tests 50+ years ago

Over 350 pCi/kg radioactive cesium detected in Sacramento, CA manure sample collected August 16

Japan gov’t finds 165 locations over wide area with cesium-137 exceeding Chernobyl evacuation levels — Data shows radiation could be “spreading to other areas”

The first comprehensive survey of soil contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant

‘Scientists don’t know why’: Cesium-137 in soil near Chernobyl has half-life of 180 to 320 years, not 30 years as is typical

Tokyo: Radioactive cesium detected in 53 of 56 samples — Average of 30,032 Bq/m², near Chernobyl’s “Radiation Protection Area” levels

Tokyo-area soil testing finds radioactivity up to Chernobyl relocation levels — 919,000 Bq/m² (MAP)

Gov’t says 1,500 tons of highly radioactive sludge may end up as “soil for gardening”

Report: 50,000+ Bq/kg of radioactive cesium found in soil near Tokyo — “Terrifying” that sample was from side of street where children walk everyday

All soil samples taken 60 km from Fukushima plant survey exceed legal limit — Minimum of 326,000 Becquerels per sq. meter

One location registered as much as 931,000 becquerels per square meter