Session outline
Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary(M)
Session Sub Category Applied Geosciences(AG)
Session ID M-AG24
Title Dynamics of radionuclides emitted from Fukuchima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant in the environment
Short title Radionuclides in the earth environment
Convener Name Kazuyuki Kita
Affiliation Faculty of Science, Ibaraki University
Co-convener 1. Name Yuichi Onda
Affiliation Center for Research on Isotopes and Environmental Dynamics, University of Tsukuba
Co-convener 2. Name Teruyuki Nakajima
Affiliation Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Co-convener 3. Name Yasuhito Igarashi
Affiliation Atmospheric Environment and Applied Meteorology Research Department, Meteorological Research Institute
Co-convener 4. Name Masatoshi Yamada
Affiliation Institute of Radiation Emergency Medicine, Hirosaki University
Co-convener 5. Name Chisato Takenaka
Affiliation Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University
Co-convener 6. Name masayoshi yamamoto
Affiliation Low Level Radioactivity Laboratory, Kanazawa University
Co-convener 7. Name Jota Kanda
Affiliation Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Co-convener 8. Name Atsushi Shinohara
Affiliation Osaka university
International Symposium No request
Language Japanese
Scope he Great East Japan Earthquake caused the severe accident in TEPCO Fukushima dai-ichi nuclear power plant (FDNPP), leading to emission of huge amount of radionuclides to the environment. They have been transported and diffused by atmospheric motion, depositing them to soil and vegetation. Deposited radionuclides are dynamically shifted in the earth environment; atmosphere, soil, inland water, ocean, and ecosystem. To understand this dynamic shift in the environment and for the long-term prediction of the disaster by the radionuclides, investigation and discussion based on not only the earth sciences including ecology but also on the radiochemistry and other related sciences.
In this session, various efforts to understand the dynamic behavior of radionuclides emitted from FDNPP accident in the earth system as well as to predict their influences on the environment. It is expected that this session will offer a good opportunity to discuss radionuclides in the earth environment from wide aspect and to exchange information in various research fields.
Type of presentation Oral and Poster presentation
Invited papers