Marketing Japan: Radiation Levels at Tsukuba, 75 km. North of Tokyo, Much Lower – Dropping to Pre-Quake Levels

This chart is updated daily and hourly from the Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Unit in Tsukuba (Tsukuba is between Tokyo and the accident site at Fukushima. It is about 75 kilometers north of Tokyo, and 150 kilometers south of Fukushima). It is an updated hourly summary of radiation measured in microSv/hour. These levels taken on Friday, March 18, 2011 are 1/2 of the levels they were on Wednesday, March 16. You can see that the levels were between 0.02 and 0.05 microSv per hour.
This chart is updated daily and hourly from the Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Unit in Tsukuba (Tsukuba is between Tokyo and the accident site at Fukushima. It is about 75 kilometers north of Tokyo, and 150 kilometers south of Fukushima). It is an updated hourly summary of radiation measured in microSv/hour. These levels taken on Friday, March 18, 2011 are 1/2 of the levels they were on Wednesday, March 16. You can see that the levels were between 0.02 and 0.05 microSv per hour.

So far, through the entire crisis at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima, radiation levels in Tokyo have not come close to dangerous levels to human health. They would have had to increase more than a thousand-fold to have done so so far. Once again, the radiation levels at Tsukuba dropped yesterday. The levels are well within range of pre-quake levels. (For a comparison of current radiation levels and pre-quake levels in Shinjuku, see the link below: http://modernmarketingjapan.blogspot.com/2011/03/radiation-levels-in-shinjuku-tokyo-from.html)

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