Up to 80% of the radioactive isotopes emitted at the plant "Fukushima-1" in the time of the accident, fell into the ocean, and only about 20% remained in Japan. "The nuclear power plant is located on the eastern coast of Japan, and the winds in March and April of this year, blowing predominantly from west to east — said the Congress Japan Meteorological Agency head of research Yasumiti Tanaka. — Thus, the amount of radioactive material that fell on the land, was relatively small. Most of the hit in the Pacific Ocean, the waters of which, of course, is dirty. " Conclusions meteorologists confirm measurements of radiation levels in the waters of the Pacific Ocean in the period. According to Tanaka, in the wind and rain got there at least 65% of isotopes of iodine-131, cesium-134 and cesium-137.
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