32 Bq/Kg from natural crucian carp in Saitama

2 32 Bq/Kg from natural crucian carp in Saitama



According to Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, 32 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was measured from crucian carp in Saitama.

It was a natural sample. The sampling location was Koshigaya city in Saitama.
This data strongly suggests the possibility that the wild animals are contaminated in Metropolitan area as well.

Sample : Natural crucian carp
Sampling date : 4/12/2013
Cs-134 : 12.7 Bq/Kg
Cs-137 : 19.3 Bq/Kg

32 Bq/Kg from natural crucian carp in Saitama

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Un carassin commun sauvage à 32 Bq/kg dans Saitama


2 32 Bq/Kg from natural crucian carp in Saitama[Wikipedia-en]

Selon le ministère de la Santé, du Travail et des Affaires Sociales, 32 Bq/kg de Cs 134/137 ont été relevés dans un carassin commun (Carassius carassius) de Saitama.

C’est un échantillon sauvage pêché dans la commune de Koshigaya dans la préfecture de Saitama.
Ces résultats suggèrent fortement que les animaux sauvages sont contaminés dans la région métropolitaine aussi.

Échantillon : Carassin commun sauvage
Date : 12 avril 2013
Cs-134 : 12,7 Bq/kg
Cs-137 : 19,3 Bq/kg

32 Bq/Kg from natural crucian carp in Saitama

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