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8.5 mSv/h on the ground in the seaside of reactor3 / Groundwater accumulating area

Because the groundwater is stopped flowing to the sea on the east side of reactor2, the water is assumed to be traveling to reactor3 side. According to Tepco, the radiation

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English radiation survey map shows radiation levels by taking down a figure one place

Following up this article..[Survey map] West side of reactor1, 1.1 mSv/h (June) → 1.7 mSv/h (July) [URL] On 6/6/2013, Fukushima Diary reported “English version of Fukushima plant survey map shows

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[Survey map] West side of reactor1, 1.1 mSv/h (June) → 1.7 mSv/h (July)

On 7/24/2013, Tepco published the radiation survey map of Fukushima nuclear plant area. The survey was conducted from 7/8 to 7/10/2013. From the new map, the radiation level on the

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Tepco still represents radiation readings 90% lower than actual in the new English survey map

On 6/6/2013, Fukushima Diary reported “English version of Fukushima plant survey map shows atmospheric dose lower than Japanese version by 90% [URL]” On the survey map released on 6/18/2013, Tepco

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English version of Fukushima plant survey map shows atmospheric dose lower than Japanese version by 90%

On 5/24/2013, Fukushima Diary reported “[Mystery] Atmospheric dose of far north part of Fukushima nuclear plant area is significantly high [URL]” However, the English version of the survey map shows

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Tepco released the latest survey map of Fukushima plant, 200μSv/h from the west of reactor4

On 1/16/2013, Tepco released the survey map of entire Fukushima plant. They surveyed the area from 1/7 ~ 1/8/2013. The map shows the ambient dose is relatively high in the