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The objective of the present study is to evaluate the cost and effectiveness of decontamination strategies in the special decontamination areas in Fukushima in regard to external radiation dose. A geographical information system (GIS) was used to relate the predicted external dose in the affected areas to the number of potential inhabitants and the land use(More)
The NERC and CEH trademarks and logos ('the Trademarks') are registered trademarks of NERC in the UK and other countries, and may not be used without the prior written consent of the Trademark owner. 4 Hydrology (UK) to address the effects of metal mixtures on biological responses of aquatic 5 organisms. A comparison of the 4 models, as they were presented(More)
After the nuclear power plant accident in Fukushima, a significant amount of radioactive materials were released into the environment. The radiation exposure has brought lots of concerns about environments contamination, as well as economic and social consequences. Japan governmental agencies have started to continuously monitor and collect radiation levels(More)
The accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant on March 11, 2011, released radioactive material into the atmosphere and contaminated the land in Fukushima and several neighboring prefectures. Five years after the nuclear disaster, the radiation levels have greatly decreased due to physical decay, weathering, and decontamination operations in(More)
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