Tweet by @HayakawaYukio (Yukio Hayakawa), 21,563 Followers, August 31, 2011:
Translation via Fukushima Diary
Joso wells of a house in Ibaraki RT dangerous wells. 20-30 m deep. 22 Cesium 134 Becquerel, Becquerel discovered the cesium-137 9. Total of 31 Bq.
Wells of a house in Ibaraki Joso. 20-30 m deep. 22 Cesium 134 Becquerel, Becquerel discovered the cesium-137 9. Total of 31 Bq. So, please evaluate this number.
About the author, via Google Translation:
I specialize in volcanic geology. Among them, we have a strong interest in the distribution of the ash is discharged from the volcano eruption. Distribution of radioactivity released from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant can be understood well by applying my expertise on the ash.
No mention what unit was used, but most liquid measurements have been calculated in liters.
Published: September 6th, 2011 at 7:41 pm ET
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