Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Measuring-Radioactivity-in-the-Tamura-Region-27MZIFV59SLX.htmlConceptually similarMeasuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HU4Completed★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HU3Completed★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HU1Completed★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HU8Completed★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HUBCompleted★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HUDCompleted★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HUECompleted★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HTZCompleted★★★★Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGP04HU0Completed★★★★View AllGP04HU5Measuring Radioactivity in the Tamura RegionGreenpeace campaigner Heinz Smital wears a mouth mask while measuring radiation with a geiger counter in the Prefecture Fukushima (Tamura Region), Japan. Greenpeace has been conducting ongoing radiation monitoring in the Fukushima region since the nuclear disaster in March 2011, in order to record and assess the ongoing threat to the population and environment.In original language:Radioaktivitaetsmessungen in der Region TamuraRadioaktivitaetsmessungen in der Praefektur Fukushima (Tamura Region). Greenpeace Atom-Kampaigner Heinz Smital misst Radioaktivitaet mit Geigerzaehler.Locations:Asia-Fukushima Prefecture-Japan-TamuraDate:25 Feb, 2013Credit:© Daniel Müller / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3543px X 2362pxKeywords:Campaigners-Cars-Day-Disasters-Geiger counters-KWCI (GPI)-Masks (protective)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear accidents-Nuclear radiation-One person-Outdoors-Radiation measurement-Radiation measurement tools-Snow-Sunny-WinterShoot:Radiation Monitoring in FukushimaA Greenpeace radiation monitoring team checks contamination levels in Fukushima City, Japan. Greenpeace has been conducting ongoing radiation monitoring in the Fukushima region since the nuclear disaster in March 2011, in order to record and assess the ongoing threat to the population and environment. Members of the team are nuclear campaigner Heinz Smital, activist Michael Meyer-Krotz (Mikro) and press officer Cornelia Deppe-Burghardt.