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Environmental radiation monitoring in Fukushima, 2; Urban environment

Yoshimura, Kazuya  

Current situation and prediction of the radiocesium contamination and air dose rate in the residential areas are a large concern for public and government. Residential area is a multimedia-environment composed of diverse surfaces such as pavements and buildings in addition to permeable fields like agricultural lands. Since radiocesium behavior depends on the surfaces1, their distribution and time dependency differ greatly from those in other land uses. Therefore, detailed monitoring of radiocesium and air dose rate focusing on the residential areas is necessary to obtain effective and practical information for radiation protection. This presentation shows monitoring tools we employed to residential areas after the FDNPP accident and some findings obtained by the monitoring.



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