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

[…]

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.”

Published: February 15th, 2012 at 10:13 am ET
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11 comments to UN document: "There would be a hazard around eastern part of Japan" — 60 hours of emissions blowing southwest over Tokyo forecasted last March

  • Lies surround the nuke industry.

    Even the baseline radiation exposure, especially the baseline radiation exposure

    http://nukepimp.blogspot.com/2012/02/lie-background-radiation-is-high.html

  • arclight arclight

    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

    err not the whole pictue i think… a lesson on local meterology

    “Cloud lines in westerly to northwesterly flow are apparent in the Sea of Japan and in the East China Sea, north of Taiwan. Bulging of high pressure southward is characteristic of a cold surge as cold air of the high pressure drains toward lower latitudes.”

    And this

    “A tremendous surge of northwesterly winds is shown extending across the Yellow Sea and into the East China Sea.”

    http://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/sat_training/world_wind_regimes/northeastmonsoon/index.html

    • arclight arclight

      “With the onset of the Northern Hemisphere winter, an intense surface high- pressure system develops over the East Asia continental region, centered south of Lake Baikal. The dominating characteristics of this anticyclone can be seen by noting the huge geographical area over which it lies. The anticyclone is sustained and intensified by strong radiational cooling over the frozen land mass and by consistent cold air advection from Arctic latitudes.

      The occurrences of winter season cold air outbreaks cause high pressure to extend eastward over coastal waters off the China mainland. Strong winds turning anticyclonically around this eastern extension of high pressure and the associated weather is referred to as a Northeast Monsoonal Surge (NEMS). These surges produce strong, steady, northerly to northeasterly monsoon winds along the East Asian coast near Sakhalin Island, across the Sea of Japan, the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, the Philippine Sea and into the South China Sea.

      A cold surge or NEMS is generally progressive, starting first in the far north and then moving southward with time. A major surge takes about 6-7 days before its influence is apparent at near-equatorial locations. Blocking action, as detected at the 500-mb level near 160ùE, appears important in anchoring low pressure in the region north of Japan, and thereby providing a stationary channel for cold northerly wind surges. The influence of the winds, as indicated above, extends well to the south through the area of the maritime continent, which consists of the Indonesian and Malaysian Islands.”

      http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070305031852AAWMyKS

      they probaly dont want to worry the southern hemisphere with details??

      how do you think catchment water in northern new zealand is double the background reading?? new zealand and australia have been getting the pulses and all the countries in between

      china has just upgraded its food monitoring!!

  • Spectrometising

    ATTENTION!! THIS NEWS HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM SCREENS: INFANT MORTALITY IS UP! DUE 2 RADIATION!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4_6mowcPJg

    • Spectrometising

      Hmm. I gather it is from July, But it is still relevant as far as fallout goes.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Philadelphia has had really high CPM (counts per minute) at the Radiation Network site, for months.

      Question: since it has been more or less continuous for months (I've been looking at at pretty much daily since late December) is there a connection to Fukushima? Or is a reactor somewhere near Pennsylvania venting/leaching radioactive materials?

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Sorry, I didn't see the post saying the report was from July. Still, the CPM levels near Philadelphia have been really high. One has to wonder if something is going on there ….

        • Mack Mack

          I've noticed it, too. Is it Pennsylvania or is it Oyster Creek NPP in New Jersey? Whichever one is definitely venting something.

  • arclight arclight

    macau in guangdong province is showing 0.2 microsievert/hr

    http://blog.safecast.org/worldmap/#/?&stv=true&mv=true&dt=true&cc=#5aa2d2&mz=5&lat=31.90329271894847&lng=-241.23780937499998

    the hong kong measurements which are seriously averaged! feb 2011

    http://www.hko.gov.hk/radiation/ermp/rmn/applet/map/pdf/rmn201102.pdf

    and heres march 2011

    http://www.hko.gov.hk/radiation/ermp/rmn/applet/map/pdf/rmn201103.pdf

    and heres april

    http://www.hko.gov.hk/radiation/ermp/rmn/applet/map/pdf/rmn201104.pdf

    never seen a straighter line describing the daichi disaster /sarc

    think that is run with the statistical department of the IAEA??

    THE ONLY RISE WAS ON THE 10 OF MOVEMBER 2012

    seems to rise tat the end of decmber 2012 and no more reports??

    heres the link to the reports

    http://www.hko.gov.hk/radiation/ermp/rmn/applet/map/rmn_bulletin_pdf_e.htm?flash=1?menu=monitoring_env_English&networkEnglish

    easier to scroll down to the graphs and you will see what i mean quickly!

    are they covering up the Northeast Monsoonal Surge?? hmm!

  • arclight arclight

    typo the only rise was 10 nov 2011

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Do they usually take longer than 30 days to post the results from the previous month? Yes, December looks pretty much flatlined.