1.8 Bq/Kg of Strontium-90 measured from rainbow smelt in Minamisoma city Fukushima
↑ Rainbow smelt (This is not the specific sample.)
According to MOE, (Ministry of the Environment), 1.8 Bq/Kg of Strontium-90 was measured from infant rainbow smelt.
From this sample, 82 Bq/Kg of Cs-134 and 120 Bq/Kg of Cs-137 were measured.
The sample was taken from Mano river in Minamisoma city on 6/8/2012.
On the reports of MHLW or MAFF, Strontium-90 is not supposed to be measured because it takes time. However, this report of MOE shows that they do measure Strontium-90 as well.
Also, they stated Strontium-90 is only 0.1% of Cs-134/137 as the reason not to have to measure Strontium-90. From this sample, Strontium-90 was 0.9%, which is way higher than the official statement.
↑ Éperlan Arc-En-Ciel D’eau Douce (Osmerus Mordax) (ce n’est pas l’échantillon en question.)
Selon le MOE, (Ministère de l’Environnement), 1,8 Bq/kg de strontium 90 ont été relevés dans un jeune éperlan arc-en-ciel.
Dans cet échantillon on a relevé 82 Bq/kg de Cs 134 et 120 Bq/kg de Cs 137.
L’échantillon a été pêché dans le fleuve Mano à Minamisoma le 8 juin 2012.
Dans les rapports du MHLW (Santé) ou du MAFF (Agriculture), le strontium 90 n’est soi-disant pas mesuré parce que ça prend trop de temps. Or, ce rapport du MOE (Env.) montre qu’ils mesurent le strontium 90 aussi.
De plus, ils avançaient que le strontium 90 n’était qu’à 0,1 % des Cs-134/137 comme raison pour ne pas avoir à relever le strontium 90. A partir de cet exemple, le strontium-90 est à 0,9%, ce qui est bien supérieur à l’affirmation officielle.
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