UN document: "There would be a hazard around eastern part of Japan" — 60 hours of emissions blowing southwest over Tokyo forecasted last March

Published: February 15th, 2012 at 10:13 am ET
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Title: RSMC Tokyo(JP), Obninsk(RU) and Beijing(CN) – Eastern Japan Deposition
Source: Enformable
Date: Feb 14, 2012

Source: Fukushima Daiichi
Release date-time: Mar. 20 – Mar. 23, 2011

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Exposure

RSMC Beijing and RSMC Tokyo’s exposure areas will spread toward east for the first 24 hours and then spread toward the southwest from the start of emissions for the following 60 hours. [...]

Deposition

The deposition ares for the forecast period from the three RSMC’s cover the eastern part of Japan and the Pacific Ocean off the coast of the eastern part of Japan.

Summary

There would be a hazard around eastern part of Japan and western part of the North Pacific Ocean

Beijing Review: “Beijing-based Regional Specialized Meteorological Center affiliated to the World Meteorological Organization and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the State Oceanic Administration and the Ministry of Environmental Protection.”

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