the Fukushima Plume
For the assessment of contamination after the accident and prediction of
radioactive particle transport the Lagrangian modelling was applied. In
order to describe the atmospheric processes realistically, the vertical
velocity, particle dissipation and turbulence during the particle
trajectory were considered. A single release of 1015 Bq of 137Cs, which
occurred on March
12, 2011 from damaged Fukushima NPPwas analyzed. The initial plume
height, as a result of initial vertical velocity and buoyancy, was kept
to be at 2000e3000 m. The meteorological data and simulated trajectories
revealed that the arrival times of particles released on 11 March, 2011
and 12 March, 2011 were different, and the particles were transported at
different altitudes. It was also obvious that the jet stream affected
the transport of emitted particles at upper atmospheric levels. Examples
of the trajectories simulated using the Lagrangian dispersion model show
(Fig. 1) that the first signs of Fukushima released radionuclides could
be detected in the European countries (e.g. Island) on 20 March, 2011.
NUKE NEWS | Why is every new MSM News report
of increasing and higher radiation over limits coupled
with a reassurance that itís SAFE. NO radiation is safe.
Even medical x-rays can give some people cancer.
The EPA has increased the safety limit levels as has
Japan, Canada, etc. so to NOT have to report
increased radiation contamination. Thatís B.S.!
Now go back to SLEEP!