China-Korea Cooperation on the Development of Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System of Radionuclides, 2013: In this study we are concerned with long-term oceanic-scale dispersion of Cs 137 released from the Fukushima Daiichi NPP. [...] the simulation is carried out up to 2041.
(This animation was left on the server and found by randomly typing in guesses for the URL address. Note that the ocean releases used for this model appear to end soon after 3/11. This means the daily release of 400 tons of radioactive water that’s likely been ongoing since the disaster began is not being accounted for.)
The model that is available for public viewing on the joint Chinese/Korean website was recently published here: Gov't model shows West Coast of N. America to get highest level of Fukushima contamination until 2030s (VIDEO)
Published: November 29th, 2013 at 1:56 pm ET