Plutonium from Fukushima Daiichi found in Namie

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In this July 8, 2011 photo, members of the Namie, Japan school board and mayor’s office wear protective suits as they measure radiation levels at a school in their community inside the nuclear exclusion zone. (AP Photo/AP Photographer David Guttenfelder on assignment for National Geographic Magazine)

The Ministry of Education announced that it detected 11 becquerels per square meter of radioactive Plutonium 238, levels more than 1.4 times the maximum measured levels during the height of nuclear testing.

Source: JiJi Press

 

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