On 11/7/2012, Fukushima Diary reported monitoring posts are set to indicate radiation level 10% lower than actual. [Link]
The data is published on the website of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, but the scale of the graph is incoherent, the longer span you see it, the lower the reading becomes.
Location : Tonomachi Kawasakiku Kanagawa prefecture
Date : 12/20/2012
↓ When the span is one day, the highest reading is over 0.1 μSv/h.
↓ When it’s one week span, the highest reading comes down to 0.063 μSv/h.
↓ When it’s one month span, the highest reading comes down to 0.053 μSv/h.
Les données sont publiées sur le site web du ministère de l’Éducation, de la Culture, des Sports, de la Science et des Technologies mais l’échelle des graphiques est incohérente, plus la période montrée est longue, plus le niveau est minoré.
C’est à dire :
Lieu : Tonomachi Kawasakiku, préfecture de Kanagawa
Date : 20 décembre 2012
↓ Lorsque la période est de un jour, le maximum est au-dessus de 0,1 μSv/h : ↓ Quand elle passe à une semaine, il descend à 0,063 μSv/h :
↓ Sur un mois, il descend à 0,053 μSv/h :
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