Friday, March 18, 2011

Radiation Levels in Shinjuku Tokyo from March 1 ~ March 17, 2011

Radiation levels in Shinjuku measured from March 1, 2011 to yesterday March 17, 2011. Ever so slightly elevated. No risk to humans. Here is a direct link. If that doesn't work, try this: http://113.35.73.180/monitoring/past_data.html

Here are the current levels as of right this moment: http://113.35.73.180/report/report_table.do


See more detailed explanations here.



◆ 1日単位の測定結果

2 comments:

Guy Jean said...

The graphic (the table of figures) has its RH column obscured by your side-bar, and the link is broken. I want to print the table out and send to anxious relatives abroad who are reading the Tokyo is about to blow up, or turn into a ghost town, or sink beneath the waves, or something. They keep phoning every night!
Great job, Mike. Great daily blogs!

mikeintokyorogers said...

Guy, I fixed the G#$!`*&&!damned link

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