The radiation level broke the record in the sea near the nuclear power plant, Fukushima-1
Indicators are many times greater than normal
VLADIVOSTOK. April 13. VOSTOK-MEDIA - Radiation in the sea off the coast of Fukushima prefecture, where the victims of the earthquake and tsunami of nuclear power plants, has reached the highest mark in three weeks of observation, according to Japanese broadcaster NHK, with reference to the Tokyo power company and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and technology.
The level of radioactive iodine-131 in water samples taken 15 kilometers from the plant "Fukushima-1, exceeds the norm by 23 times. At 30 kilometers east of the plant also recorded the excess of the allowed rate: the number of iodine-131 is 88.5 becquerel per liter, a 2.2 times higher than the permissible norm.
In seawater, also found traces of radioactive cesium-137. Level for water continues to grow, but remains within normal limits.
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