Title: 2013.4.6 Namie street dust 86.09μSv/h at 1cm above ground
Date Published: June 2, 2013
A very small portion of the sample have been sent to a certain laboratory for analysis. [...]
On 6 Apr 2013, I measured radiation in front of a temple of Onoda area, Namie town of Fukushima prefecture Japan.
I monitored 7.97 micro Sievert per hour in air at chest hight standing on the grass.
I measured 86.09 micro Sievert per hour 1cm from road side dust. [...]
The monitoring place is 10km (corrected from 17 km) from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power plant. [...]
Published: June 2nd, 2013 at 2:31 pm ET
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