Japan confirms first Fukushima worker death from radiation

2018/09/05 · Japan has announced for the first time that a worker at the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant died after suffering radiation exposure. The …

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Fukushima five years on: Haunting pictures from the day the

2019/12/11 · On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 undersea earthquake hit Japan's northeastern coast, sparking a massive tsunami which left 19,000 people dead or missing. In the small town of Namie,...

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Fukushima Disaster: Inside The World's Most Dangerous Room

About 125,000 Fukushima residents, most of whom used to reside within an 18-mile (30 km) radius of the nuclear station, still exist as evacuees because their homes are within a government-mandated ...

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Japan: As Population Collapses, Fukushima Families Fall Apart

Feb 24, 2016 · Many men stayed in the radiation-affected areas, unable to find jobs elsewhere. The mothers who moved as far from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant as they could afford say they made the decision to save their children from radiation, but have lost their husbands and families.

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New highly radioactive particles found in Fukushima

Feb 17, 2021 · The 10 year anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident occurs in March. Recent work documents new, large (> 300 micrometers), highly radioactive particles that were released from one of ...

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Fukushima Daiichi Accident - World Nuclear Association

The two Fukushima plants and their siting. The Daiichi (first) and Daini (second) Fukushima plants are sited about 11 km apart on the coast, Daini to the south. The recorded seismic data for both plants – some 180 km from the epicentre – shows that 550 Gal (0.56 g) was the maximum ground acceleration for Daiichi, and 254 Gal was maximum for ...

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Why The Cancer Death Of A Fukushima Worker Was Likely Not

Sep. 6, 2018Japan announced for the first time that a worker at the Fukushima nuclear power plant died after suffering radiation exposure, although this is unlikely to be true. The man, who was in his 50s ...

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Fukushima disaster: first residents return to town next to

Apr 10, 2019 · Fukushima disaster: first residents return to town next to nuclear plant This article is more than 1 year old Parts of Okuma are open for business once again, but only a few hundred former ...

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PDF) From Hiroshima to Fukushima: Gender in Nuclear and Anti

Shifting the Gaze from Life-Protecting Mothers to Anti-Nuclear Fathers 4.1 "Life-Protecting Mothers"However, since the nuclear accident of Chernobyl and, again, after the Fukushima disaster, it has been exactly such an identification of femaleness with a concern for "life" that seems to have gained wide acceptance.

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Fukushima Keeps Fighting Radioactive Tide 5 Years After

2016/05/23 · Eventually, Mr. Ikeda got work in the plant itself, picking up papers and broken glass in the administrative offices. “There was still sand on the floor from the tsunami,” he recalled, “and ...

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Men Save Their Life To Work At Fukushima Nuclear Plant - Video Results

More Men Save Their Life To Work At Fukushima Nuclear Plant videos

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10 Years After Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, Two Men Are

When clouds of radiation began streaming into the air around the Fukushima nuclear plant, 160,000 residents were told to simply cut and run. Naoto Matsumura/Facebook However, it seems only 159,998 ...

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Fukushima: Three years later - CBS News

2014/08/24 · Barrett directed the cleanup at the Three Mile Island nuclear plant after its accident in 1979. Bob Simon: It's estimated that the cleanup is going to take 30-40 years. To a layman, that sounds ...

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I am one of the Fukushima fifty': One of the men who

More than 160,000 people were forcibly evacuated from the area when an earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant on 11 March 2011, and tens of thousands left voluntarily.

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Station Blackout: Inside the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and

Chuck served for 11 months as the Director for Site Operations in Japan during the Fukushima nuclear plant accident. He participated in an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) mission in Japan to help reestablish their regulatory body after the Fukushima accident and helped to establish criteria to restart shutdown ...

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