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«Radiation Monitoring and Dose Estimation of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident»





Materials and MethodsData and InformationAir Dose RatesObservation of Radionuclides in Marine Biota off the Coast of Fukushima Prefecture After TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station AccidentAir Dose RateTargets and MethodsInternal Dose EstimationMonitoring Activity and Data of Local GovernmentsTime Trend Change of Air Dose Rate on Paved Areas in Fukushima City After the Fukushima Daiichi NPP AccidentExternal ExposureResults and DiscussionSome Points Found in the Dose AssessmentsVII Dose AssessmentFormation Processes of 137Cs Deposition over Eastern JapanActual Meteorological ConditionCharacteristics of the SamplesEnvironmental MonitoringCalibrationMonitoring Activity and Data of the University of TokyoContributions of Different Exposure PathwaysPerspectives for Future StudyMaterials and MethodsV Transfer Models and/or ParametersMethodsInternal ExposureEvaluating Removal of Radionuclides from Landfill Leachate Using Generally Practiced Wastewater Treatment ProcessesIII Radiation Survey of the EnvironmentBefore the Tsunami AttackBackgroundResults and DiscussionsProbabilistic Assessment of Doses to the Public Living in Areas Contaminated by the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentImplication of Dose AssessmentMaterials and MethodsRadiation Survey Along Two Trails in Mt. Fuji to Investigate the Radioactive Contamination Caused by TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant AccidentAtmospheric Dispersion SimulationDiscussionElement Concentration in Samples at Each Treatment StepDose AssessmentDistribution of Plutonium Isotopes in Marine Sediments off Japan Before and After the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident: A ReviewRadiosensitivity of ChildrenLessons LearnedSample CollectionEnvironmental MonitoringEffective Dose Adjusted by Age Weighting Factor for Radiation ProtectionIV Environmental RadioactivityDiscussion and Future TasksAfter the Tsunami AttackII OverviewSurface ContaminationProposed MethodsInfluence of the FDNPP Accident on Pu DistributionSpent Fuel PoolsResults and DiscussionResults and DiscussionCurrent Status and Future ProspectsModels for Assessing Doses from External and Internal ExposuresDose Rate Distribution SurveyResultsAtmospheric Dispersion ModelPhytoremediation of Radiocesium in Different Soils Using Cultivated PlantsMeasurement of the Radioactivity in Surface SoilsInternal Radiation Dose of KURRI Volunteers Working at Evacuation Shelters After TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentNIRS's Project for the Reconstruction of Early Internal Dose to Inhabitants in Fukushima After the Nuclear DisasterMethodsResultsFollow-Up Data of Internal Doses for Two VolunteersEffects of Radiation Exposure of ChildrenDistribution of Pu Isotopes in the Marine Sediments off Japan After the AccidentAccident Sequence of Unit 2Environmental Monitoring DataRelease Rate EstimationSources of Pu Isotopes in Marine Sediments in the Western North Pacific off JapanMeasurement of the Radioactivity in Surface SoilsResults and DiscussionObjectiveReverse Estimation MethodReconstruction of Local Atmospheric Dispersion ProcessDistribution of Pu Activities and Pu InventoriesExternal Dose EstimationResolving Global Fallout and PPG Close-In Fallout PuEnvironmental Monitoring DataHuman Whole-Body (WB) MeasurementsDevelopment of a Carborne Survey System, KURAMAPu Atom RatiosDetailed Analysis on the Local Atmospheric Dispersion ProcessInitial Measurement of External Radiation and Internal Radiation Doses of VolunteersKURAMA-IIPersonal Dose Equivalent for ResidentsInvestigation of Uncertainty in the Release Rates of 131I and 137Cs from Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS Estimated from Environmental DataDistribution of Pu Isotopes in the Marine Sediments off Japan Before the AccidentReduction of External Exposure for Residents from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident by Weathering and DecontaminationMethodResults and DiscussionRelease of Fission ProductsDiscussionRadiation Dose of ChildrenValidation of Source Term by the Regional-Scale Atmospheric Dispersion SimulationSource Term Estimation of 131I and 137Cs Discharged from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the AtmosphereSome Comments on Dose Assessment for Members of the Public After the Fukushima Daiichi NPP AccidentMeasurementsScopeEnvironmental MeasurementsProbabilistic Techniques in Radiation Dose AssessmentMethodBasic InformationMeasurement Data CollectionRadionuclidesStudies on Radiocesium Transfer in Agricultural Plants in Fukushima PrefectureAccident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant: Sequences, Fission Products Released, Lessons LearnedDetermination of Characteristics of SamplesEnvironmental Radiation Status In and Around Tokyo Immediately After the TEPCO Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant DisasterHuman Thyroid MeasurementsAccident SequencesVI Source EstimationExamples of Dose Assessments in Fukushima PrefectureResults and DiscussionCalculation ConditionReestimation of Source Term for the Early Phase of the AccidentElement Fractionation in the Raw Leachate SampleDose Rate Distribution SurveyResults and DiscussionEffect of Potassium Application on Root Uptake of Radiocesium in RiceRadiological Impact of the Fukushima Daiichi AccidentPreliminary Source Term EstimationInput Monitoring Data of the Surface Activity Density of 137CsKURAMAAccident Sequence of Unit 1Radiation ExposureMethodsAccident Sequence of Unit 3Estimated Effective DosesDetermination of Physical and Chemical Forms of the Target Elements in Raw LeachateOutline of the Radiation Dose Estimation of Residents After the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentSimplified Meteorological ConditionMethodsRadiation Measurement in East Japan in 2011 After the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
 
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