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ENVIROMENTAL RADIATION MEASUREMENT RESULT (1/2)

MARCH 15, 2011 - 8:30pm microgray per hour


MARCH 14 / 9AM - 5PM MARCH 14 / 5PM - MARCH 16 / 9AM MARCH 15 / 9AM - 5PM
Prefecture
MAX MIN AVARAGE MAX MIN AVARAGE MAX MIN AVARAGE RECORDED NORMAL LEVEL

Hokkaido
Aomori
Iwate
Miyagi
Akita
Yamagata
Fukushima
Ibaraki
Tochigi
Gunma
Saitama
Chiba
Tokyo
Kanagawa
Niigata
Toyama
Ishikawa
Fukui
Yamanashi
Nagano
Gifu
Shizuoka
Aichi
Mie
Shiga
Kyoto

• Blanks represent no data available


• μGy/h (microgray per hour) ≈ μSv/h (microsievert per hour)
• The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan created this report based on data colected from each prefecture.
• Translation by volunteers students of Keio University.
ENVIROMENTAL RADIATION MEASUREMENT RESULT (2/2)

MARCH 15, 2011 - 8:30pm microgray per hour


MARCH 14 / 9AM - 5PM MARCH 14 / 5PM - MARCH 16 / 9AM MARCH 15 / 9AM - 5PM
Prefecture
MAX MIN AVARAGE MAX MIN AVARAGE MAX MIN AVARAGE RECORDED NORMAL LEVEL

Osaka
Hyogo
Nara
Wakayama
Tottori
Shimane
Okayama
Hiroshima
Yamaguchi
Tokushima
Ehime
Kagawa
Kochi
Fukuoka
Saga
Nagasaki
Kumamoto
Oita
Miyazaki
Kagoshima
Okinawa

• Blanks represent no data available


• μGy/h (microgray per hour) ≈ μSv/h (microsievert per hour)
• The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan created this report based on data colected from each prefecture.
• Translation by volunteers students of Keio University.
RADIATION MONITORING IN IBARAKI PREFECTURE

MARCH 15, 2011 - 8:30pm microsievert per hour


Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Japan Nuclear Cycle University of Tokyo
Laboratory of
TIME Development Institute Yayoi Campus
Atomic Energy Science
(Tokaimura, Ibaraki) (Tokaimura, Ibaraki)
(Tokaimura, Ibaraki)

MARCH 15

• The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan created this report based on data colected from agency.
• Translation by volunteers students of Keio University.
Radiation Exposure in Daily Life
Radiation
(micro sievert - µSv)
250,000µSv/year
100,000µSv/year
Maximum permitted for staff
working in emergency cases

50,000µSv/year
Maximum permitted for Radiation workers and Disaster
10,000µSv/year management workers (Policeman and Firemen)
Guarapari Beach, Brazil
6,900µSv/tomography
Chest X-Ray computed tomography (one time)

0.39 0.29
World average
Space Food
1,000µSv/year
2,400µSv/year Regular public space
Natural Radiation (except medical area)
0.48 1.26 per person/year
Earth Radon (in air)

400µSv/year 600µSv/radiograph
Abdominal X-Ray
Domestic Natural Radiation
for health checkup (one time)
variation (Gifu - Kanagawa)

200µSv/roundtrip 50µSv/radiograph
Chest X-Ray
Tokyo - New York flight
(radiation varies depending on the flight altitude) for health checkup (one time)
Evaluation of radioactive emission from 22µSv/year
nuclear reprocessing plant
50µSv/year
10µSv/year Nuclear Power Plant area
Clearence level (Light Water Reactor) (estimated value)
(estimated value)

Sv (sievert) = constant of biological effects of radiation* x Gy (Gray)


(*) X-Ray, γ-Ray = 1

Translated by volunteer students of Keio University from material created by the MEXT based in the “Shigenryoku 2002” (Agency for Natural Resources)