Cesium Detected In Well Water Around Fukushima

Cesium is now being detected in well water, meaning it has found ways into the ground water. Earlier reports also showed a growing problem of radioactive isotopes in river water and river fish in the region.

Water was tested from private wells and found cesium in the following areas:

4 locations in Minamisoma with up to 14.7 bq per liter of cesium.
2 locations in Kitahara ward, Minamisoma Haramachi District with 11.4 to 14.7 bq per liter of cesium
The report was not clear if the 2 locations in Kitahara were included in the 4 locations or were in addition.
The report does not mention if other isotopes were tested for at the time the cesium was found.

The original report is in Japanese at Mainichi 

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