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JAPAN-QUAKE/RADIATION
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March 20, 2011
A photographer holds a radiation detector indicating 0.20 microsieverts per hour at a devastated factory...
KESENNUMA, Japan
A photographer holds a radiation detector indicating 0.20 microsieverts per hour in Sendai
A photographer holds a radiation detector indicating 0.20 microsieverts per hour at a devastated factory area hit by earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northern Japan, March 20, 2011. Generally, people are exposed to about 1 to 10 millisieverts of radiation a year from natural background radiation, caused by radioactive substances in the air and soil. One thousand microsieverts make 1 millisievert. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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