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Agricultural Implications of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

The First Three Years


ISBN: 978-4-431-55826-2 (Print) 978-4-431-55828-6 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-9

    An Overview of Our Research

  3. Chapter

    Pages 11-21

    Monitoring Inspection for Radioactive Substances in Agricultural, Livestock, Forest and Fishery Products in Fukushima Prefecture

  4. Chapter

    Pages 23-31

    Rice Inspections in Fukushima Prefecture

  5. Chapter

    Pages 33-43

    Cesium Accumulation in Paddy Field Rice Grown in Fukushima from 2011 to 2013: Cultivars and Fertilization

  6. Chapter

    Pages 45-53

    Physiological Verification of the Effect of Potassium Supply on the Reduction of Radiocesium Content in Rice Grain

  7. Chapter

    Pages 55-76

    Consecutive Field Trials of Rice Cultivation in Partially Decontaminated Paddy Fields to Reduce Radiocesium Absorption in the Iitate Village in Fukushima Prefecture

  8. Chapter

    Pages 77-90

    Effects of “Clean Feeding” Management on Livestock Products Contaminated with Radioactive Cesium Due to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident

  9. Chapter

    Pages 91-98

    Adverse Effects of Radiocesium on the Promotion of Sustainable Circular Agriculture Including Livestock Due to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident

  10. Chapter

    Pages 99-106

    Wild Boars in Fukushima After the Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Distribution of Radiocesium

  11. Chapter

    Pages 107-118

    Contamination of Wild Animals: Microhabitat Heterogeneity and Ecological Factors of Radioactive Cesium Exposure in Fukushima

  12. Chapter

    Pages 119-143

    Translocation of Radiocesium in Fruit Trees

  13. Chapter

    Pages 145-160

    The Effects of Radioactive Contamination on the Forestry Industry and Commercial Mushroom-Log Production in Fukushima, Japan

  14. Chapter

    Pages 161-174

    Radiocesium in Timber of Japanese Cedar and Japanese Red Pine, in the Forests of Minamisoma, Fukushima

  15. Chapter

    Pages 175-188

    Ecosystem Monitoring of Radiocesium Redistribution Dynamics in a Forested Catchment in Fukushima After the Nuclear Power Plant Accident in March 2011

  16. Chapter

    Pages 189-204

    Reduction of Air Radiation Dose by Ponding Paddy Fields

  17. Chapter

    Pages 205-215

    Collaboration Structure for the Resurrection of Iitate Village, Fukushima: A Case Study of a Nonprofitable Organization

  18. Chapter

    Pages 217-228

    Impacts of the Nuclear Power Plant Accident and the Start of Trial Operations in Fukushima Fisheries

  19. Chapter

    Pages 229-245

    Consumer Evaluation of Foods from the Disaster Affected Area: Change in 3 Years

  20. Chapter

    Pages 247-263

    Imaging Techniques for Radiocesium in Soil and Plants