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Japan's nuclear crisis may mean great demand  for import foods had less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and other /// may can sell food have to worry about their future.

Yashumi Ternako sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets, but now there are fewer fish to sell.


Fish supplies from /// //////  have been totally hold.


The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station, that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami. The extend of the problems are still not clear.


Last Friday, China joined to numbers of other countries that have /// imports of food from the affected area. Chinese media said the band items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.


Singapore also has a band in place. Restaurant manager Cony Hon says, some people are worried about eating Japanese food.


/// confidence is yes, so much shaken, I was saying among some of Singapore populars ,but they can't be helped, I think.


In the United States has also band foods from radiation affected area. And so has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive /// travelling the wind, and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow, then /// take up the material and the plants become ///. Animals eat the plants and their products become ////. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.


Medical physicist Jaro Bushberg is a radiation export at the University of California Davis. Professor Bushiberg says removing the top soil may make the land safe to use, but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now he says it is too early to take any measures.


Experts say the ocean will help /// radiation in sea water, but the tsunami also destroy seafood, ////// and level processing plans.


Charles /// studies the /// of energy at the Booking Institution in Washington D.C. Mr. /// says the danger to /// from radiation //// food is over stayed. Still the affective area of northeastern Japan are deeply depended on agriculture and ///, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.











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Japan’s nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world market. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. *** sells fish at one of Japan’s busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell. “Fish supplies from the radiation contaminated regions have been totally halted.” The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear. Last Friday China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables, and sea food. Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager *** says some people are worried about eating Japanese food. “Consumer confidence is, yes, somewhat shaken, I would say, amongst some of the Singapore populace but that can’t be helped. I think.” The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas and so has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist *** is a radiation expert at the University California, Davis. Professor *** says removing the top soil might make the land safe or youth but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now he says it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water but the tsunami also destroyed sea food, sank fishing boats, and leveled processing plants. *** ** studies the politics of energy at the Brooking Institution in Washington D.C. . Mr. **** says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas in north east Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish he says. So their economy could suffer the most.


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This is the VOA Special English Aggrecutural report.Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese product on world market.What it also means the Japanese farmer and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.Nasumictamaco sells fish at one of Japan's busist fish market.But now there are fewer fish to sell,fish supply from the radiation >> has been totally hold.The radiation is from the COCOXIMA nuclear power station that was damaged by March 11's earthquake and tsunami.The extends of the problem are still not clear.Last Friday, China joined the number of other countries that have band imports of food from the infected areas. Chinese media said the band iterms include milk product,fruit, and sea food.Singpol also has a band in place. Resterant manager CONIHONG says, some people are worried about eating Japanese food."Coxima confidence is yes,so I was saying among some of the Singpol's populars, but that can't be helped, I think." The United States has also band
food
from radiation affected areas.And so has the Japanese government itself. Radial active particles traveled in the wind,and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow,then plant fruits take up the material,and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat plants, and their product become contaminated. Sometime the radiation stay in the environment longer than others.Medical physicist Jarod Bushburg is a radiation expert at the university of California Davis,professor Bushburg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of the radial actived material.And for now he says it's too early to take any measures.Experts say the ocean will help divode radiation in seawater.But the tsunami also destroyed seafood.Thank fish boats and level processing plans. Charles Evenger study the politics of energy and the booking institution in Washington DC.Mr Evenger says the danger to adoult from radition contaminated food is overstated.The affected area of northeast Japan are deeply dependent on aggrecuture and fish,he says.so their economy could suffer the most.
And that's the VOA Sepecial English Aggrecultural Report.Written by Jallen Walson.You can download free transcripted mp3 of all of our reports and other Sepecial English programs at VOAsepecialenglish.com.I'm Bob Doudy.
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Japan nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from japanese products on world markets.but it also means that japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.XX sell fish at one of japan busiest fish market,but now they are fewer fish to sell. fish supplies from radiation contaminated regions have been totally halted. the radiation is from the fukeshinma nuclear power station that was damaged by the march eleven earthquake and stunami.the extent of problems are still not clear.
last friday china joined a number of other countries that have banned  imports of food from the affective areas.chinese media said the banned iterms include meal products, fruit ,vegetables and seafood.Singapore also has a ban in place,..said some people are worried about eating japanese food. consumer confidence is yes, .. but it can't help. the united states has also banned food from radiation affective areas and so has the japanese government itself.
radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with help of wind and snow.then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated.  animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Madico is a radiation expert at the university of Califonia. prof. says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use,but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material.and for now he says it is too early to take any measures.
experts said the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. but the stunami also destroy seafood,sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.C studies the politic of energe at the in washington DC.Mrs C said the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated.still the affective areas of northeastern japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish ,he says. so their economy cound suffer the most.

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japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food  and less competition  from japanese products on the world markets.it also means that japanese farmers and others who make make and sell food have to worry about their future.the <> sells fish at one of japanese businest fish markets,but now there are fewer fish to sell.fish suppliers from the  radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted.the radiation  is from () nuclear power station that was damaged by the earthquake and tsunami,the extent of problems are still not clear.last friday china joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas,chinese meadia said the banned items  include milk products,fruit,vegetables and seafood,singarpore also has a ban in place,restrant manager <> says some people are worried about eating japanese food."consumer confidence is 'yes',i would say amongest some of the singapore populace,that can't be helped,i think." the us has also baned foods from the radiation-affected areas,and so has the japanese government itself. radioactive particles trave in the wind ,and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow,then the plant roots take up the materia and the plants become contaminated,animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated,some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others,medical physicist <> is a radiation expert at the california university,<> says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use,but it depends on the depth of the radioactive materia,and for now, he says it is too early to take measures.exeperts  say the ocean will help  dilute the radiation in seawater,but the tsunami also destroyed the seafood,sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants, <> studies the plitics of energy at bookings institution in washington DC,<> says the danger to adult from radiaton-contaminated food is overstated,still the affected  areas of northeastern japan are deeply dependent on the agriculture and fish he says,so their economy will suffer the most.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Japan's nuclear crisis may main greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted.
The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.
Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.
Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.
Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of the  Singapore populace, but that can't be helped, I think.
The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.
Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.
Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the topsoil might make the land save for use. But it depands on the depth of radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.
Charles Ebinger studies the politics energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. Mr. Ebinger says the danger to adults from radiation- contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeasten Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.
And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can download free transcripts and MP3s of all of our reports and other Special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.


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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for important food had less compertation from Japanese products on wart markets but it also means the Japanese farmers and other should make an self food have to worry about their future Yasumichi tonaka sales fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets now there are fewer fish to sale fish supplies from 333 have being totally 333 the radiation from the fukeshima nuclear power station that was damaged by march eleven earthquake and sonomi the extent of the problems are still not clear Last Friday China joined number of other countries that have band imports of food from the affect areas Chinese's medium said the band idoems include milk products fruit vegetables and 333 Sygapol also has aband in place restuerant manager conni hang says some people are worried about eating japanese food 333 confidence is yes some wants 33333 the United States has also band foods from radiation affect areas and so has the Japanese government itself Radio active particles traveling the wind and get up the solve into soil with help of rain and snow then plant take up the material and the plants become contemnated animals eat the plants and their products become comtamnated some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others Medical physicist Jerro Pushburger is a radiation expert at the university of California Devis Professor pushburger says removing the top soil might make the land safe for youth but it depends on the depth of the radio active material and for now he says it is too early to take any measures Expert say the ocean will help dallut radiation in sea water but the sonami also destroy the sea food 333 fishing boats and lever processing plants Charis Ebenjer study the politics of eneging at the bloking isititution in Washington DC Mr ebenjer says the danger to a dose from radiation contemnated food is overstated still the affected areas of 333 Japan are deeply dependent agriculture and fish he says so their economy could suffer the most and that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report reading by 3333 you can download free transcrips and nps of all of our reports and  other special English programs at voasepcialenglish .com I'm BOB Derly  
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture report.
   Japan's unclear crisis may mean greater demanded for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets.But it also means the Janpanese farmers and others who make sell food have to worry about their future.
   Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan busiest fish market. But now there are fewer fish to sell.
    Yasumichi:Fish supplies from the radiation contaminated region have been totally halted.
    The radiation is from the Fukushiam unclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami.The extent of the problems are still not clear.
     Last Friday,China joined the number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas.Chinese media said the banned items include milk products,fruit, vegetables and seafood.
      Singapore also has a ban in place.Restaurant manager Connie Hon says some people worried about eating Janese food.
     Connie HON:Consumer confidence is yes,somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of Singapore populace, but that can't be helped,I think.
     The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas.And so has the Japanese  government itself.   
      Radioaction particles travelling the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow.Then plants roots take up the materail and the plants become contaminated.Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.
      Some kinds of radiation stay and the enviroment are longer than others.
     Medicle phycisist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of Calofania,Devis.Jerrold Bushberg says removing the topsoil might make the safe for use.But it depent on the depth for the radioactive material.And for now he says it is too early to take any measure.
      Expert say the Ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater.But tsunomi also destroyed seafood.sank fish boats and leveled processing plants.





   

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Japan's nuclear cirsis mean need greater the man for imported food has less --Janpese's production on world market. But there also means that Janpese farmers and other who make self food have to worried about thier future. --  fish is one of Janpan busiest  fish markets, now there are few fish to sale.Fish from -- to totally hold.The waiting is from --nuclear power station, that was damage from  the much eleventh earthquake and tsumani.The -- of problems are still not clear.Last Friday, China joined the number of other countries that have baned imports of food from the --.Chinese Media said the baned items include milk product, food, vegatables and sea-food, 新加坡 also has a baned inplace.  --manager -- says some people are worried about eating Janpese food.Conficant is Yes, month same popular has came.
The US has also baned food from --- and so has the Janpese govement itself. Vidio active partical travling the wind and get the --to the soil with help of wind and snow. Then -- put take up the material.( The plans  Animals eat plans and thier product become --,some kind of rediation stay -- longer than others.) Medical physis genraled push birds is rediation next bird at the uniersity of 加利福尼亚. Professiner -- says we are moving the top soil mike the land to safe for use. They are depans on the step of  radio material and for now he says it is to worry to take any majors. Experts say the own will help to die lose  in sea water. But the tsnami also destoyed sea-food,  and the level process plans.
-- study the -- of the enniger at putting -- in Wonshdun DC.
Mr -- says the danger to the doors from detamine food is over stayed. Still, the -- in Japan are deeply depanded on agriculture and fish, he says. So there is the most.
There is the VOA Special Engish Agriculture Report.


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This is the VOA Special English agricultural report.
Japan’s nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and other who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
J sells fish at one of Japan’s busiest fish markets. But now, there are fewer fish to sell.
“Fish supplies from the initiation are totally contaminated have been totally halted. ”
The radiation is from the F Kshion nuclear power station, that was damaged by March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extents of the problems are still not clear.
Last Friday China joined a number of other countries that have bound imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the bound items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.
Singapore also has a bound in place. Restaurant manager C    says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.
“Consumer confidence is Yes, so what shaken I will say among some of Singapore popular ,but it can’t help I think .”
The United States has also bound the foods from radiation affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.
Radioactive particles travelling the wind, and get absorbed into soil with help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the materials and the plants become contaminated, animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist J Berge is a radiation expert at the university of California, D.  
Professor Bush Berge says we moving the top soil might make the land safe to use, but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. “And for now,” he says, “it is too early to take any measures.”
Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water, but the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled crossing plants.
Ch studied the politics of energy at the B institution in Washington D.C.
Mr. A B says, “The danger to adorts from radiation contaminated food is over stated.” Still, the affected areas of north Japan are deeply dependant on agricultural and fish. He says. So their economy could suffer the most.
And that’s the VOA agriculture report. Written by J W. You can download free transcripts and mp3s and all of our reports and other special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m B T.

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This is the VOA special English Agriculture Report.
Japan's nuclear crisis may mean great demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
Tsatumichi Tomaka sells fish on one of Japan's fishes market. But now, there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies from the radiation pollution have been totally hold.
The nuclear radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by March Eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problem is still not clear.
Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that had also baned food from the affected area. Chinese media said the banned items include node product, fruit, vegetables and seafood.
Singapore also had a ban in place. ** manager Conny Han said some people are worried about eating Japnanese food.
** confidence is 'yes', ** among some of the Singapore populars**
The United States has also banned food from radiation affected area, and so has the Japanese government itself.
Radio active particles travel in the wind, then get into the soil with the help of rain and snow. Then ** take up the material, and the plants become terminated. Animals eating the plants and their products become contaminated.
Some kinds of the radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist Jeroad Bushburg is an radiation expert at the university of California Davos. Professor Bushburg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depend on the depth of radiation material. And ** he says it's too early to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help ** the radiation in sea water. But the tsunami also destroyed the seafood. Thank fishing boats and leveled processing plans. Charles Ebenger study the products of the energy at the breaking institution in Washington D.C.  Mr Ebenger says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected area of northeast Japan are deeply depending on agriculture and fish, he said. So their economy could suffer the most.
And that's the VOA special English Agriculture Report written by Jerlin Watson. You can download free transcripts and mp3s of all our reports and other special English program at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.

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Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.



Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.



YASUMICHI TANAKA: "Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted."



The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.



Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.



Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.



CONNIE HON: "Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but that can't be helped, I think."



The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.



Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.



Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.



Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.



Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.



Charles Ebinger studies the politics of energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Mr. Ebinger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.



And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can download free transcripts and MP3s of all of our reports and other Special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.
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This is the VOA SE Agriculture report.
Japan’s nuclear crisis main mean greader demand for imported food had last competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
Y sells fish at one of Japan’s busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell. “Fish supplies from the nation contamination had been totally hold.”
The radiation is from the Fu nuclear power station that was damaged by March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extend of the problems are still not clear.
Last Friday, China joined number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.
Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Koni Hang says some people are worried about eating Japanese food. “Consumer confidence is yes some what shaken. I would say amounts some of Singapore populars. But it can’t be house I think.”
The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas. And so has the Japanese government itself.
Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then pletpruts take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animal eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Medical physicist J is a radiation expert at the University of California Davis. Professor Bush says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now he says it is too early to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sacked fishing boats and leveled processing plants.
Charls studies the politics of energy at the booking institution in Washington DC. Mr. E says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is over stated.
Still the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.
And that’s the voa se agriculture report, written by J. You can download free transcripts and Mp3s of all of our reports and other special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Bob.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.

Tanak
: Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted.

The radiation is from the nuclear power station that was damaged by the march eleventh earthquake and . The extent of the problems are still not clear.

Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood

Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant managerHon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.

Hon
: Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but that can't be helped, I think.

The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.

Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.

Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.

Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor  says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the  material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.

Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.

Charles biger dies the politics of energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Mr. biger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.

                                                   
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