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Will the radioactive materials from Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant reach Hong Kong?
(13 March 2011)

The following diagrams show the backward trajectories of air mass reaching Hong Kong for the next three days (14 - 16 March 2011). It can be seen that the air mass reaching Hong Kong mainly come from the Taiwan Strait and Luzon Strait on 14 and 15 March, and from mainland China on 16 March.
  

 Backward trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 14 March 2011

Figure 1. Backward trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 14 March 2011

Backward trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 15 March 2011

Figure 2. Backward trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 15 March 2011

Backward trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 16 March 2011

Figure 3. Backward trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 16 March 2011

  

Last revision date: <21 Dec 2012>