Fukushima radiation monitor spikes twice after M5.2 quake near plant (CHART)

Published: June 28th, 2012 at 3:16 pm ET
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Fukushima Prefecture Radioactivity Information
June 28, 2012
h/t Fukushima Diary
Source: http://guregoro.sakura.ne.jp

Also from today: Intense M5.2 quake hits Fukushima -- Centered just miles from plant (MAP)

The quake occurred on June 28 at 14:52 JST and the spike began around 17:00 JST.

The charts measure radiation dose in micrograys per hour, equivalent to microsieverts per hour (Source)

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Published: June 28th, 2012 at 3:16 pm ET
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