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Fukushima contaminated water flow illustration (from 30 March 2011, 14.30 UTC)

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  • 1. 146284375028Illustration of the contaminated water flow00Illustration of the contaminated water flow<br />-10194012244Reactor Building00Reactor Building<br />599959190133Turbine Building00Turbine Building<br />21969385307071Meter 00Meter 46951902956560Depth of the contaminated water00Depth of the contaminated water46503643484710Distance of the duct to the sea00Distance of the duct to the sea46568042473719Depth of the vertical duct00Depth of the vertical duct-4178304830445More than 1,000 mSv/h00More than 1,000 mSv/h-5784583446073Unit No. 100Unit No. 15849245319395Not measured00Not measured48886241739623Sea00Sea-5398222544552Dose rate at the surface of the contaminated water (mSv/h)00Dose rate at the surface of the contaminated water (mSv/h)2763609413099Vertical duct00Vertical duct10635982003640Tunnel00Tunnel<br />

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