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12 Feb 2017
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02-12-2017, 06:26 AM
Quote: Wrote:JAPAN
8th February 2017 – Japan Radiation Embargoed Food List
Extracts:
These embargoed food lists give an idea of what food products were found to be contaminated on a frequent enough basis to warrant banning them from sale. This list also doesn’t assure other food items (or food from other prefectures) to not be contaminated. In order to confirm that, regular and frequent testing would be needed. The embargo list does follow what other reporting has confirmed to be problematic foods.
Food restrictions are listed in two levels. One is where the item is completely restricted from sale, the other where it must pass the government management program before it can be sold. The government management program allows the item to have up to 100 bq/kg of cesium before they will prevent it from being sold. The management programs are imperfect. Spot checks won’t catch all contaminated products. Bulk testing can miss a highly contaminated item mixed in with uncontaminated items. Anything         below 100 bq/kg is permitted to be sold.
Comment:
This very informative video, that is just 10 minutes long, discusses the damage very small amounts of Cesium can do to children. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9d3I3S99Dc&feature=player_embedded
Article:
http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?page_id=12830

Southern Hemisphere January 2017 Background Report. 
Station location
http://sccc.org.au/monitoring/Australian-Map.jpg
This short animation of Northern and Southern Hemisphere air circulation, shows why we can get detections so far south.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh011eAYjAA
Caloundra day average chart for January 2017. (42% above average)
http://sccc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Caloundra-local-average-background-radiation-levels-January-2017.jpg 
Caloundra January month average year comparisons.
2017 42% above pre-Fukushima average
2016 41% above pre-Fukushima average

2015 40% above pre-Fukushima average

2014 41% above pre-Fukushima average

2013 52% above pre-Fukushima average

2012 43% above pre-Fukushima average

Report:
January 2017 saw the usual post Fukushima, seasonal increase in background level, as warmer air flows from the tropics reach this location.  
Year and month average local background radiation levels

http://sccc.org.au/yearly-average-background-radiation-levels
Disclaimer: This is an amateur volunteer run service. Human error can provide incorrect information, and equipment malfunction can produce false readings. Do not rely on, or take action upon information presented here, without further research.
 
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