01 Mar '12, 11pm

Green Blog: Sizing Up Health Impacts a Year After Fukushima: While the earthquake and tsunami killed an estimate...

Associated Press Monitoring radiation at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant this week. Health impacts from the radioactive materials released in the Fukushima Daiichi meltdowns will probably be too small to be easily measured, according to experts assembled by the Health Physics Society for a panel discussion on Thursday. And the area cordoned off by the Japanese government as uninhabitable is probably far too large, the experts said. The panel discussion , at the National Press Club in Washington, is one in a series of events timed to the first anniversary of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident at the nuclear plant in March 2011. While the quake and tsunami killed an estimated 20,000 people, radiation has not killed anyone so far, and members of the Health Physics Society, drawn from academia, medicine and the nuclear industry, suggested that the doses ...

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