Saturday, March 18, 2017
Note: If you like complete silence on the ongoing radiological situation better, then I suggest you move away from this blog, navigate to a mainstream news service, and enjoy the show they’re putting on thére. For all others, some 3 months EURDEP graphs.
The not-always-officially-validated data was plucked off http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx
For exact locations of monitors, see the coordinates under the monitor name.
Oh look: Luxembourg brought 2 monitors back online, clarifying the duration of the data gap:
- Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 3 months:
Wonder what they were trying to hide? How about this as a hint:
- NO0KRS922MA_10_SIT_GM, Northern France, one of the Nogent NPP perimeter monitors:
That’s a beauty.
Other monitors around the same NPP show very little. Though if you know what lower-than-normal values suggest…, there’s additional signs in the same period. Example:
Surely a very unusual amount of isolated “glitch dot” spikes in Belgium too lately, eh? Another small one:
- Kallo, Belgium (near Doel NPP), 3 months:
The data that Italian monitors spit out remains a winner, though. How does one even interpret that sh*t?
- Brennero, Italy, 3 months:
And from just outside of Europe:
- Nidge, Turkey, 3 months:
- Qaqortoq, Southern Greenland, 6 months, for the data gaps:
— entertaining the curious with radiation data since 2011… —