Still over 4 μSv/h measured in a park of Nasushiobara city

On 7/31/2015, a citizen’s researcher surveyed the radiation level of a park in Tochigi prefecture and posted the footage on Youtube.

The park is Nasunogahara park located in Nasushiobara city.

The highest reading was over 4 μSv/h on the ground. 1.20 μSv/h was also measured, which is assumed to be the height of shoulder.

The park is open for everyone.





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Toujours plus de 4 µSv/h dans un parc de la ville de Nasushiobara


Le 31 juillet 2015, un chercheur citoyen a mesuré la radioactivité d’un parc dans la préfecture de Tochigi et publié les images sur Youtube.

Il s’agit du parc Nasunogahara de la ville de Nasushiobara.
Le relevé record est de plus de 4 µSv/h au niveau du sol. Il a également relevé 1,20 µSv/h à environ la hauteur de son épaule.
Ce parc est ouvert à tout le monde.

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August 2015