2,566,720Bq/㎡ in Edogawa ku Tokyo

Following up this article..Tokyo is contaminated as the worst place in Chernobyl

39,488 Bq/Kg of cesium (134 + 137) was measured in Edogawa ku in Tokyo. It equals to 2,566,720Bq/㎡.

In the secondary evacuation area in Belarus, it was 555,000 ~ 1,480,000 Bq/m2 of cesium 137.

Even if you consider the data of Tokyo includes cesium 134, still it can be near the maximum limit of the secondary evacuation area in Belarus.



2,566,720Bq/㎡ in Edogawa ku Tokyo


On 1/8/2012, we measured the sand of the street in Edogawa ku Tokyo, the result is like on the picture above. 39,488 Bq/Kg of cesium 134 + 137.








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  4. Damcho Dronma says:

    “4. The expressions “weak,” “low,” and “high” (“heavy”) radioactive contamination
    usually indicate a comparison among officially designated different levels of radioactive contamination in the territories: less than 1 Ci/km2 (<37 kBq/m2); 1–5 Ci/km2 (37–185 kBq/m2); 5–15 Ci/km2 (185–555 kBq/m2); and 15–40 Ci/km2 (555–1480 kBq/m2).
    5. The term “clean territory” is a conventional one; however, during the first weeks and months of the catastrophe practically all territories of Belarus, Ukraine, and European Russia, and Europe and most of the Northern Hemisphere were to some extent contaminated by the Chernobyl radionuclide fallout.
    6. Levels (amount) of contamination are expressed as in the original papers— either in Curies per square kilometer (Ci/km2) or in Bequerels per square meter (Bq/m2)." pages xii

    Chernobyl data for comparison to Japan. ** “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment”
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    NY Academy of Sciences, Volume 1181, 2009.
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  5. Damcho Dronma says:

    Iori, I strongly encourage you to consider adding back advertisements to give you a more steady income. You can designate the area of your site that ads reside, limit it. When you are dedicating yourself to a public service, a steady income does not take away from that. Many people who work for charitable organizations, non-profits or health care receive a living wage. This is no different. Your posts are unique and very helpful.

    I was also wondering if you would please email me a copy of the photo of the person sick with radiation exposure.

    Many Blessings, Iori!

  6. Trifouillax says:

    Hi M. I’d like to know whether this sample came from real “dust” that is from an urbanized zone like a paved street or sidewalk or an unpaved zone like a park, garden or a flowerbed.

    This matter is very important because the Cesium conversion ratio Bq/m2 might be very different depending on the context, a 60x ratio will only be appropriate for a natural soil.


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