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Fukushima Accident Radioactivity Impact on the Environment

2017-07-30 20:31:37 | 日記
FOREWORD
PROLOGUE

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Fukushima Accident
1.2 Sources of Radionuclides in the Environment
1.3 Pacific Ocean: Hydeography Background
1.4 Pre-Fukushima Radionuclides Data for the Pacific Ocean

2 FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
2.1 Nuclear Reactors
2.2 Spent Fuel Pools
2.3 Radionuclide Inventories

3 FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT
3.1 Nature of the Accident
3.1.1 Earthquake and Tsunami
3.1.2 Accident Sequence of Each Reactor
3.2 Management of the Aftermath of the Accident
3.2.1 Protective Actions
3.2.2 Emegency Radioactivity Monitoring
3.2.3 Monitoring and Protective Actions on Foodstuffs and Drinking Water
3.2.4 Protective Actions Radiation Exposure of Individuals

4 RADIONUCLIDE RELEASES INTO THE ENVIRONMENT
4.1 Atmspheric Releasaes of Radionuclides
4.2 Marine Releases Radionuclides
4.3 Total Amouunt of Radionuclides Released into Atomosphere, Stagnant Water and the Ocean

5 FUKUSHIMA RADIOACTIVITY IMPACT
5.1 Japan
5.1.1 Atmoshere
5.1.1.1 Emergency Monitoring of Airborne Radioactivity
5.1.1.2 Source Monotoring
5.1.1.3 Air Monitoring Carried out in Japan(Expect MEXT)
5.1.1.4 Radionuclides Measured in Regionl and Local Monitoring Sites
5.1.1.5 Air Monitoring in Remote Sites in Japan
5.1.2 Dry Depoaition and Preciptation
5.1.2.1 Daily deposition at Local and Regional Stations
5.1.2.2 Spatial Distributions of Monthy Deposition
5.1.2.3 Temporal Variations of the Fukuhsima-Derived Radionuclides
5.1.2.4 Wet Deposition Processes
5.1.2.5 Dry Deposition Processes
5.1.2.6 Resuspension Processes
5.1.3 Radionuclides in grass, Crop, Livestock and Soil
5.1.3.1 Raduonuclides in Soil
5.1.3.2 Radionuclides in Grass
5.1.3.3 Radionuclides in Crop
5.1.4 Radionuclides in River and lake Water
5.1.5 Radionuclides in Biota from Freshwater
5.1.6 Radionuclides in Groundwater
5.1.7 Radionuclides in Coastal Waters
5.1.7.1 Trends in 134Cs Concentartions Close to the Accident Site
5.1.7.2 Trands in 134Cs and 137Cs Concentration at Hasaki and Onahama(South of FNPP1)
5.1.8 Radionuclides in Coastal Biota
5.1.8.1 Radionuclides in fish
5.1.8.2 Seaweeds
5.1.8.3 Plankton
5.1.8.4 Other Radionuclides in Biota

5.2 World Atmisphere
5.2.1 Radionuclides Souurce Terms Used in the Modeling Exerises
5.2.2 Data on Radioactivity of Aerosols over Europe
5.2.3 Lagranging Dispersion Model

5.3 Pacific Ocean
5.3.1 Radionuclides in Seawater
5.3.1.1 Seawater Sampling and Radionuclide Analyses
5.3.1.2 Radionuclides in the North Pacific Ocean
5.3.2 Radionuclides in Ocean
5.3.3 Modeling of Radionuclide Transport in the Ocean
5.3.3.1 LAMER Code
5.3.3.2 Radionuclide Source Term Used in Ocean Simulations
5.3.3.3 Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of 137Cs in the North Pacific Ocean

6 PRE-FUKUSHIMA RADIOACTIVITY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
6.1 World Atomosphere
6.1.1 Atmospheric Tests of NJuclear Weapons
6.1.2 Chermobyi Accident
6.2 Worid Ocean
6.2.1 Anthropogenic Radionuclides in the World
6.2.2 Temporal and Horozontal Distributions of 137Cs in Surface Water of the World Ocean
6.2.3 Impact of the Chernobyl Accident on the World Ocean
6.2.4 Radionuclide Residence Times in the Pacific Ocean

7 ESTIMATION OF RADIATION DOSE
7.1 Introduction

7.2 Radiation Doses the Japanese Population
7.2.1 Radiation Doses to the Public Terrestrial Sources
7.2.1.1 Radiation Doses to the Public from Inhalation
7.2.1.2 Total Radiation Doses to the Public Estimated by the WHO
7.2.2 Radiation Doses to the Public from Marine
7.2.2.1 Radiation Doses from Consumption of Seafood Collected in Coastal Waters
7.2.2.2 Radiation Doses from Consumption of Seafood from the Open Pacific Ocean
7.2.2.3 Comparison of Radiation Doses from Consumption of Seafood-Natural vs Anthropogenic Rasionuclides
7.2.2.4 Other Radionuclides and Pathways for Dose Deliveries from Marine Souurces
7.2.3 Comparison of Fukushima-Derived Radiation Doses from Terrestrial and Marine Environments

7.3 Comparison of Radiation Doses to the Public from Various Sources
7.3.1 Radiatiom Doses due to the Chermobyl Accident
7.3.2 Radiation Doses from Other Sources
7.4 Radiation Doses to Biota

Epilogue
(i) Environmental:
(ii) Technological:
(iii) Future developments: 


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