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31省监测到极微量放射性物质- A very low amount of radioactive particles was monitored in 31 provinces print version
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 针对日本福岛[1]第一核电站[2]事故可能对中国产生的影响,国家核事故应急协调委员会[3]4月3日权威发布:日本福岛第一核电站事故趋于稳定,但形势依然严峻,日本有关方面继续采取各种可能的措施,努力控制放射性污染[4]的扩大。

4月3日,我国内地31个省、自治区、直辖市部分地区空气中监测到来自日本核事故释放出的极微量人工放射性核素[5]碘-131[6]。其中,北京、天津、山西、内蒙古、山东、河南、贵州和宁夏同时监测到了更加微量的人工放射性核素铯-137和铯-134[7]。对食品和饮用水的抽样监测结果无异常。

国家海洋局[8]、国家核安全局[9]、卫生部[10]监测分析认为,日本福岛核电站事故不会对我国环境及境内公众健康造成危害,无需采取任何防护措施。 

Regarding the first nuclear plant accident in Japan's Fu Island, it is possible that it has generated an effect on China. The country's authority of the National Nuclear Emergency Coordination Committee announced on April 3rd: The accident in the first power plant in Japan's Fu Island is tending to stabilize, though the situation is still severe. Parties concerned in Japan continue to adopt various measures, making efforts to control the expansion of radioactive pollution.

On April 3rd, infinitely low amounts of artificial radioactive nuclein Iodine-131 were monitored in the air of regions of 31 provinces, autonomous regions and province-level municipalities in China, originated in the pollution released during the accident in Japan. Among these regions, Beijing, Tianjin, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Shandong, Henan, Guizhou and Ningxia have simultaneously monitored even a higher micro amount of artificial radioactive nucleins Cesium (Cs)-137 and Cs-134. Results of sample tests of food products and drinking water weren't unusual.

The State Oceanic Administration, China's Department of Nuclear Safety and Health Department analyze, believing that the accident in the power plant in Japan's Fu Island will not bring about danger to China's environment and to the health of the public within its borders and there is no need to adopt any protection measurements.

[1] 福岛 fú dǎo - Fu Island, an island in north-east Japan, where an accident in a nuclear power plant took place, initiated by the earthquake the region experienced several weeks ago.

[2] 核电站 hédiànzhàn - Nuclear power plant

[3]国家 核事故应急协调委员会 guójiā héshìgù yìngjí xiétiáo wěiyuánhuì - National Nuclear Emergency Coordination Committee; an organ established in 1995, which focuses on managing accidents and crisis which have to do with nuclear energy and radioactive pollution

[4] 放射性污染 fàngshèxìng wūrǎn - Radioactive pollution

[5] 人工放射性核素 réngōng fàngshèxìnghésù - Artificial radioactive nucleins

[6]碘 (diǎn)-131 - Iodine-131 or radioiodine, a radioisotope of iodine, commonly associated with radioactive activities in nuclear plants. 

[7]铯 (sè)-137, 铯-134 - Cesium-137, Cesium-134; radioactive isotopes of Cesium

[8]国家海洋局 guójiā hǎiyáng jú - State Oceanic Administration (SOE), an organ established by China's State Council in 1964

[9]国家核安全局 guójiā hé ānquán jú - National Department of Nuclear Safety

[10] 卫生部 wèishēngbù - Health Department


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