Posted by: ctbtonewsroom | April 6, 2011

Austrian and German organizations continue to provide daily updates on CTBTO findings

Click on image to run the simulation

The Austrian Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZentralAnstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik – ZAMG) continues to provide updated versions of animated radiation dispersal modeling simulations, like the one above.

The animation was originally produced and used by the CTBTO’s International Data Centre as a  model to forecast the radiation dispersal pattern to be expected in the period 6-8 April. It does not depict the actual findings and measurements of the CTBTO radionuclide stations.

More information available here: Unfall im japanischen Kernkraftwerk Fukushima (Update: 6. April 2011 12:00)

The graph below depicts the levels of atmospheric concentration of Iodine-131 in becquerels per cubic meter of air. These levels were measured by nine certified radionuclide stations of the CTBTO’s International Monitoring System on a daily basis from 16 March to 3 April.

It  was made public by the Federal Office for Radiation Protection of Germany (Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz, BfS), which continues to provide on-line updates on information originating from the CTBTO’s daily supply of data and analyses.

More information available here: Überwachung der Umweltradioaktivität auf der Messstation Schauinsland des BfS im Rahmen des umfassenden Kernwaffenteststoppabkommens

Iodine-131 concetrations (16 March - 3 April) as measured by nine CTBTO radionuclide stations.

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