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Title: Interdisciplinary study on environmental transfer of radionuclides from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident: Theme 3, Fate of radionuclides in the ocean.
Authors: Masatoshi Yamada1, Michio Aoyama2, Yasunori Hamajima3, Makio Honda4, Yoshihisa Kato5, Hajime Kawakami4, Yuichiro Kumamoto4, Masashi Kusakabe6, Hisao Nagai7, Hirofumi Tazoe1, Daisuke Tsumune8, Mitsuo Uematsu9, Jian Zheng10
Affiliations: 1 Institute of Radiation Emergency Medicine,Hirosaki Univ., 2 Meteorological Research Institute, 3 Kanazawa Univ., 4 Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, 5 Tokai Univ., 6 Marine Ecology Research Institute, 7 Nihon Univ., 8 Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, 9 Univ. of Tokyo, 10 National Institute of Radiological Sciences

Title: How could scientists do their duties in conflict between spread of information through public media and publication policies of scientific journals such as Nature?
Author: Motoyoshi Ikeda (pdf)
Affiliation: Hokkaido University

Title: Inspection and evaluation of activities taken by research institutes during Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant accident (pdf)
Author: Motoyoshi Ikeda
Affiliation: Hokkaido University

Title: Distributions of Fukushima-derived radionuclides in seawater and sediments in the waters off Miyagi, Fukushima, and Ibaraki Prefectures, Japan: Results form the MEXT monitoring program (pdf)
Author: Masashi Kusakabe
Affiliation: Marine Ecology Research Institute

Title: Radioactive Japan: A Social History (pdf) (reference)
Author: Alexis Dudden
Affiliation: University of Connecticut

Title: Tracking the origin of contaminated sediment transported by rivers draining Fukushima radioactive pollution plume from measurements of Ag-110m/Cs-137 ratio
Authors: Evrard, O., Onda, Y., Chartin, C., Patin, J., Lefèvre, I., Ayrault, S., Bonté, P.
Affiliation: CEA/LSCE France, Tsukuba University Japan

Title: Pulse input of Cs-134 and Cs-137 from land to ocean in Fukushima area by heavy rain events
Author: Seiya Nagao
Affiliation: LLRL, Kanazawa University

Title: Communicating Fish Consumption Risks to the Public: Lessons from U.S. Fish Consumption Health Avdisory Programs (pdf)
Author: Barbara A. Knuth
Affiliation: Cornell University

Title: Oceanographic observations and numerical experiment at Japan Atomic Energy Agency: Dispersion and sedimentation processes of radionuclides released from the Fukushima Daiichi NPP
Author: Shigeyoshi Otosaka
Affiliation: Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Title: Radionuclides In The Northern California Current: Initial Results
Author: John Stein
Affiliation: NOAA Fisheries

Title: Radionuclide release mechanisms from damaged nuclear fuel into seawater
Author: Peter C. Burns
Affiliation: University of Notre Dame

Title: Short-term Dispersal of Fukushima-derived Radionuclides off Japan: Modeling Efforts and Model-data Intercomparison (pdf)
Authors: I. I. Rypina, S. R. Jayne, S. Yoshida, A. M. Macdonald, E. Douglass, and K. Buesseler
Affiliation: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Title: Distribution of Radioactive Cesium in Sea Sediment and Bottom Boundary Layer after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident
Author: Daisuke Ambe
Affiliation: Fisheries Research Agency

Title: Current trend of radioactive cesium concentration in Fish off East Japan
Author: Tomowo Watanabe
Affiliation: Fisheries Research Agency

Title: Oceanic dispersion of radioactive cesium around Japan and western North Pacific after the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident
Author: Hideki Kaeriyama
Affiliation: Fisheries Research Agency

Title: Project overview of ISET-R: Interdisciplinary Study on Environmental Transfer of Radionuclides from the Fukushima Daiichi NPP Accident
Author: Hiroaki Kato
Affiliation: Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba

Last updated: January 23, 2013

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