October 2011 – European Commission – Risk Assessment Fukushima


•Radionuclides were released into the ocean both directly and by atmospheric deposition..
•iodine 131 no longer of radiological significance,
•no agreement as to the total caesium 137 and 134 released.
–The Japanese Atomic Energy Agency estimated 16 petabequerels (PBq) of
–French IRSN estimated 52PBq of 137Cs alone.
–The JAEA estimated a release of about 36 Pbq of each caesium isotope into the atmosphere

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