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Atmospheric dispersion simulations of volcanic gas from Miyake Island by SPEEDI

Nagai, Haruyasu ; Furuno, Akiko ; Terada, Hiroaki  ; Umeyama, Nobuaki; Yamazawa, Hiromi; Chino, Masamichi

Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute is advancing the study for prediction of material circulation in the environment to cope with environmental pollution, based on SPEEDI (System for Prediction of Environmental Emergency Dose Information) and WSPEEDI (Worldwide version of SPEEDI), which are originally developed aiming at real-time prediction of atmospheric dispersion of radioactive substances accidentally released from nuclear facility. As a part of this study, dispersion simulation of volcanic gas erupted from Miyake Island is put into practice. After the stench incident at the west Kanto District on 28 August 2000 caused by volcanic gas from Miyake Island, simulations dealing with atmospheric dispersion of volcanic gas from Miyake Island have been carried out. This report describes the details of these studies.

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