Exceeding level of Cs-134/137 detected from fish more and more frequently in 20km area of sea since this January

Exceeding level of Cs-134/137 detected from fish more and more frequently in 20km area of sea since this January


Tepco has been measuring higher level of Cesium-134/137 in marine products than the safety limit (100Bq/Kg) increasingly frequently since this January.


Tepco announced this in the report submitted to Fukushima prefectural fishery cooperatives on 4/25/2014.

From their report, the frequency that they measured over 100Bq/kg of Cs-134/137 dropped from 20% to 10% in the second and the third quarter of 2013, it even dropped to approx. 5% this January but it went up to 10% again toward this March.

The sorts of fish that they measured over 100Bq/Kg from jumped up by approx. 10% from this January to February as well.

The sampling location is 20km radius area from Fukushima plant except for Fukushima plant port. The highest reading was 509Bq/Kg (Total of Cs-134 and 137).


It is likely that the biological concentration is on-going among marine products.





You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.


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Depuis janvier, le césium 134/137 est de plus en plus fréquemment en excès dans les poissons de la zone des 20 km


Exceeding level of Cs-134/137 detected from fish more and more frequently in 20km area of sea since this January

Depuis janvier, Tepco relève de plus en plus fréquemment une radioactivité en césium 134/137 supérieure à la limite de sécurité (100 Bq/kg) dans les produits de la mer.

Tepco l’annonce dans un rapport remis aux coopératives de pêche de la préfecture de Fukushima le 25 avril 2014.
Dans leur rapport, la fréquence des relevés dépassant 100 Bq/kg en Cs-134/137 a chuté de 20 à 10 % au cours des second et troisième trimestres de 2013, c’est même descendu à presque 5% en janvier mais c’est remonté ensuite à 10 % à nouveau jusqu’en mars.
Le nombre d’ espèces de poissons dans lesquelles on a relevé plus de 100 Bq/kg a également grimpé de 10 % environ entre janvier et février derniers.
Les d’échantillons proviennent de la zone des 20 km de rayon autour de la centrale de Fukushima, son port excepté. Le recond a été de 509 Bq/kg (Total des Cs 134 et 137).

On dirait que la re-concentration biologique est en cours pour les produits de la mer.


Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

  1. www fairbanksalaska us/wp (-content/uploads/2014/03/Agenda%20Packet%2003-10-2014%20-%20Redacted) pdf


    WHEREAS, the March 2011 meltdowns of three nuclear power plants on the northeast coast of Japan constitute a danger to Japan, the North Pacific basin, Alaska and the west coast of North America; and millions of people rely on the ecosystem at risk for food, as a home, and for employment opportunities; and available information from scientific sources, the government of Japan, and the corporate operator of the facility, reveal unprecedented large and ongoing releases of extremely dangerous radioisotopes to the atmosphere and the ocean; and there are no safe levels of radiation emitted from manmade isotopes, and human and animal ingestion and/or contact with them constitutes grave risk for many forms of cancer and multiple dysfunctions in biological systems; and

    WHEREAS, peer-reviewed work published by Mangano and Sherman link Fukushima radiation to the deaths of up to 20,000 Americans in the 14-week period following the explosions; and a review of FOIA-released documents from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission shows the US government was aware of the crisis nature of the disaster and failed to issue alerts to residents of Guam, Hawaii, Alaska and the continental United States; and

    NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the City Council of the City of Fairbanks, Alaska, urges the federal government, State of Alaska, and the United Nations to begin a thorough and ongoing monitoring program of Alaska’s coastal water resources, its major fresh water streams and lakes, particularly surface waters that supply potable water to citizens. The monitoring program should be adequately funded to accomplish scientific analysis at the University of Alaska, wherein it will identify and quantify levels of radioisotopes in commercial seafood and subsistence foods. Data should be published on a web site dedicated to that purpose.

    Section 2. PASSED and APPROVED this 10th day of March 2014. AGENDA PACKET – March 10, 2014 Page 37 of 91, Resolution No. 4617

      1. To give credit, where credit is due …

        http enenews com/ (fairbanks-city-council-passes-resolution-for-fukushima-monitoring-alaska-and-u-s-west-coast-in-danger-no-safe-levels-of-radiation-constitutes-grave-risk-alaska-senator-we-need-to-be)

        Fairbanks city council unanimously passes Fukushima monitoring resolution: Alaska and west coast of N. America in danger — “No safe levels of radiation… constitutes grave risk” —

        Published: March 15th, 2014 at 3:35 pm ET

        1. I appreciate those, such as yourself Mr. Duff, that never attempt to label somebody else’s work as your own.

          I think it is called “integrity”. You appear to have it in spades. Good man.

          Am not attempting to blow sunshine your way, just stating so because i believe it to be true. Am certain many others may agree.

          “Shill-proof”. Why waste time with such? A primary motivation may be to disrupt our valuable time. Most readers are likely intelligent enough to see whom is backing up their statements and opinions with proof, and whom is just making the briefest of sensationalistic statements and not backing them with anything other than their own wishful “magic” thinking. Oh. Hi Niall. Thinking of you. Your word research for the day, if you choose to accept such mission, is “integrity”. A gentle reminder; you cannot succeed against the upright.

    1. Mr Bill Duff suffers from a curious form of textual diarrhea, and sprays his mess in public.

  2. Fairbanks council passes resolution about radiation concern

    http www newsminer com/ (news/local_news/fairbanks-council-passes-resolution-about-radiation-concern/article_1fcb6d02-a9bc-11e3-a8c1-0017a43b2370) html

    Home – News – Local News – Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 12:00 am, Sam Friedman / Jeff Richardson

    FAIRBANKS — The 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is getting attention from both Fairbanks local governments on the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami. By a unanimous vote Monday, the Fairbanks City Council passed a resolution urging the state and federal government, as well as the United Nations, to do more radiation testing in Alaska waters.

    The resolution was introduced by Fairbanks City Mayor John Eberhart and had the support of the council and several people who came to testify. Among them was John Davies, a member of the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly. Davies said he was concerned about radiation from Japan spreading to salmon he dip nets for at Chitina. He told the City Council that he plans to introduce a similar resolution before the borough assembly.

    Concern about Fukuskima radiation also was raised at the Tanana Chiefs Conference convention Tuesday in Fairbanks. P.J. Simon, a delegate from Allakaket, said possible radiation in migrating salmon posed a risk to subsistence activities. He urged both Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Sen. Mark Begich, who spoke at the convention via video conference, to support investigation of the issue.

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This website updates the latest news about the Fukushima nuclear plant and also archives the past news from 2011. Because it's always updated and added live, articles, categories and the tags are not necessarily fitted in the latest format.
I am the writer of this website. About page remains in 2014. This is because my memory about 311 was clearer than now, 2023, and I think it can have a historical value. Now I'm living in Romania with 3 cats as an independent data scientist.
Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


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