Group finds 7 microsieverts per hour just outside Tokyo in Matsudo

Published: October 21st, 2011 at 10:49 am ET
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An excerpt from the Oct. 20 Mainichi Shimbun translated by EX-SKF:

“The group of Japanese Communist Party assemblymen in Matsudo City in Chiba Prefecture announced on October 20 the result of the air radiation survey of 144 locations in the city. The locations included parks, private residences, and nursery schools. They measured up to 25 points in one location, and the highest radiation was recorded at the side of an agricultural greenhouse, at 7 microsieverts/hour. More than 1 microsievert/hour radiation was measured at 37 locations.” [...]

“The highest measurement in parks was recorded at the sand box of Nishinoshita Park, at 3.42 microsieverts/hour.” [...]

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Published: October 21st, 2011 at 10:49 am ET
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