Nuclear Radiation Chart

Nuclear Radiation Chart

The chart combines two possibilities for an infographic about this data: a chart which shows the amount of radiation received, data which is known to the public, by the media (such as 400mSv/hour recorded at Fukushima plant in 15 March, or 2mSv/year - the background radiation experienced by everyone), and a chart with the data compared at the same unit (not per hour, per year, instant or lifetime), in order to show how strong the radiation is, not altered by the time. Then, by having it arranged  in a triangle, with the base being the timeline, the chart tries to give a clearer view on this issue.

Made in collaboration with Fabian Fucci, who has explained me this subject, stressed upon the role of the comparison which he made and the challenge of having it shown into 1 piece.
 

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Posted Mar 23, 2011
 
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