Great interview with Beau Retallick about his efforts on the ground. More interviews and information here Advertisements
Instructions in English and Japanese for making a simple KFM Radiation Meter from a soup can and tin foil. https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0ByoWete4B3xtYmI3ZmUwYmEtZjM2ZS00MjkzLWJlNGQtZWU3NTczZDVmMWZl&hl=en&authkey=CPzd3Bk&pli=1
Miguel Arboleda packed up a survival kit and headed north, to do what he can for those affected by the earthquake/tsunami. Here are some of his messages. Day 1 (March 3, 2011) Have reached Miyagi Prefecture, after passing through Ibaraki and Fukushima. Just a beautiful day with fast moving traffic. Occasionally big cracks in the… Continue reading Journal of a Tohoku Volunteer
Informationen des Deutschen Wetterdienstes A site in German shows the wind flow effects on the radiation from Fukushima.
Status of Temporary Fueling Sites in Rikuzentakata and Establishment of New Sites / Ministry of Econ
METI- Gasoline (Petrol) Guidelines for Kanto and Tohoku Source Site
METI- Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry