検索対象:     
報告書番号:
※ 半角英数字
 年 ~ 
 年
検索結果: 2 件中 1件目~2件目を表示
  • 1

発表形式

Initialising ...

選択項目を絞り込む

掲載資料名

Initialising ...

発表会議名

Initialising ...

筆頭著者名

Initialising ...

キーワード

Initialising ...

使用言語

Initialising ...

発行年

Initialising ...

開催年

Initialising ...

選択した検索結果をダウンロード

論文

Dataset on the 6-year radiocesium transport in rivers near Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

谷口 圭輔*; 恩田 裕一*; Smith, H. G.*; Blake, W.*; 吉村 和也; 山敷 庸亮*; 倉元 隆之*

Scientific Data (Internet), 7, p.443_1 - 443_9, 2020/12

 被引用回数:1 パーセンタイル:30.91(Multidisciplinary Sciences)

Data on radiocesium concentrations and fluxes have been collected in rivers within 80 km of the FDNPP from June 2011, three months after the accident, to the present. That data is available on the web up to March 2017. These data are expected to be widely used for validation of the radiocaesium transport model, comparison between the FDNPP and Chernobyl accidents, influence on the health of residents, and evaluation of the effect of the environmental remediation measures in Fukushima. Therefore, these data set were provided in this data journal.

論文

Project IPAD; A Database to catalogue the analysis of Fukushima Daiichi accident fragmental release material

Martin, P.*; Alhaddad, O.*; Verbelen, Y.*; 佐藤 志彦; 五十嵐 康人*; Scott, T. B.*

Scientific Data (Internet), 7, p.282_1 - 282_8, 2020/08

 被引用回数:0 パーセンタイル:0.91(Multidisciplinary Sciences)

The 2011 accident at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant released a considerable inventory of radioactive material into the local and global environments. While the vast majority of this contamination was in the form of gaseous and aerosol species, of which a large component was distributed out over the neighbouring Pacific Ocean (where is was subsequently deposited), a substantial portion of the radioactive release was in particulate form and was deposited across Fukushima Prefecture. To provide an underpinning understanding of the dynamics of this catastrophic accident, alongside assisting in the off-site remediation and eventual reactor decommissioning activities, the "International Particle Analysis Database", or "IPAD", was established to serve as an interactive repository for the continually expanding analysis dataset of the sub-mm ejecta particulate. In addition to a fully interrogatable database of analysis results for registered users (exploiting multiple search methods), the database also comprises an open-access front-end for members of the public to engage with the multi-national analysis activities by exploring a streamlined version of the data.

2 件中 1件目~2件目を表示
  • 1