Health Effects of Radiation:
5 Themes
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(iv) Monitoring results

Within Fukushima Prefecture, monitoring of various data in addition to ambient dose measurements is being conducted in order to maintain awareness of radiation dose and radioactive materials.

Comprehensive Radiation Monitoring Plan and Information Disclosure

At the Monitoring Coordination Meeting held at the Nuclear Emergency Response Headquarters, a Comprehensive Monitoring Plan was determined, and monitoring is being carried out in coordination with related organizations and nuclear operators. The results are posted on the websites of these organizations and updated as needed.

Comprehensive Radiation Monitoring Plan and Information Disclosure

Nuclear Regulation Authority radiation monitoring information http://radioactivity.nsr.go.jp/ja/
Taken from the comprehensive radiation monitoring plan http://radioactivity.nsr.go.jp/ja/list/204/list-1.html

For more details about the comprehensive radiation monitoring plan, see page 15 of Vol. 2, FY2017 edition.

The major results from the monitoring implemented in accordance with the comprehensive radiation monitoring plan are shown below.

The major results from the monitoring implemented in accordance with the comprehensive radiation monitoring plan are shown below.
  • *1: All of Fukushima Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, Tochigi Prefecture, and Gunma Prefecture, as well as parts of Iwate Prefecture and Chiba Prefecture
  • *2: Fukushima Prefecture and 10 neighboring prefectures (Miyagi, Yamagata, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, and Niigata)

For more information about the results of inspections, see pages 24, 32, and 37 in Vol. 2, FY2017 edition.