Photos from Dr Ian Fairlie’s presentation at the 2019 Remember Fukushima Parliamentary Public Meeting

Pdf file of photos from Dr Ian Fairlie “Fukushima Crisis Continues” London March 2019

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Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant before the 11 March 2011 disaster

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Feb 2013 map showing the areas most contaminated by radioactive fallout from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, created by Professor Yukio Hayakawa of Gunma University, from a combination of government and citizen data
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Radioactive contamination of the Pacific ocean by Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
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The contamination travelled around the world: map showing the distribution of Cesium 137 fallout, just one of the many radioactive materials released from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011

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Radiation dose rate inside reactor 1
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plus: as recently reported by Fukuleaks, highly radioactive microparticles of nuclear fuel scattered unevenly for at least 100km – serious risk to health if these become airborne and are inhaled
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1m3 plastic bags, each one containing 1 tonne of radioactively contaminated topsoil or vegetation, cleared from fields, gardens, roadsides and parks
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Couple standing in a deserted high street inside the evacuation zone in Fukushima
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Infant being scanned for radioactive contamination during the March 2011 disaster

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Additional information:

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Photos from Dr Ian Fairlie’s presentation at the 2019 Remember Fukushima Parliamentary Public Meeting

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