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WORLD | October 15, 2011
Citizens' Testing Finds 20 Hot Spots Around Tokyo
By HIROKO TABUCHI
Radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant may have spread to places where Japan's government hasn't even thought to look.
Comment: This is the third article that has been posted to this blog that relates the short comings of Japan's efforts to appropriately use geospatial technology to track and predict the impact of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant incident on its population. In the previous articles, it was noted that Japan's leadership early on had been geospatially tracking the impact of the incident, yet failed to inform its citizenry of potential hazards.