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Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2016
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Print version: Nakanishi, Tomoko M. Agricultural Implications of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Tokyo : Springer Japan,c2016 ISBN 9784431558262
Intro -- Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1: An Overview of Our Research -- 1.1 Research Project -- 1.2 Fallout on Soil, Crops, and Trees -- 1.2.1 Soil -- 1.2.2 Crops -- 1.2.3 Trees -- 1.2.4 Summary of Soil, Crop, and Tree Contamination -- 1.3 Fallout on Birds, Fish, and Livestock -- 1.3.1 Birds -- 1.3.2 Fish -- 1.3.3 Livestock -- 1.3.4 Summary of Bird, Fish, and Livestock Contamination -- 1.4 Radioactive Contamination -- Reference -- Chapter 2: Monitoring Inspection for Radioactive Substances in Agricultural, Livestock, Forest and Fishery Products in Fukushi... -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Radiocesium Concentrations in Agricultural, Livestock, Forest and Fishery Products for Three Years After the Nuclear Accid... -- 2.2.1 Agricultural Products -- 2.2.2 Radiocesium Absorption in Soybean -- 2.2.2.1 Absorption of Radiocesium in Soybean in the Contaminated Areas -- 2.2.2.2 Differences Between Soybean Variety -- 2.2.2.3 Distribution of Cesium in Soybean Grain -- 2.3 Livestock Products, Forest Products, Fishery Products -- References -- Chapter 3: Rice Inspections in Fukushima Prefecture -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Inspections in 2011 -- 3.2.1 Inspection Method -- 3.2.2 Results -- 3.3 Inspections in 2012,2013and 2014 -- 3.3.1 Inspection Method -- 3.3.2 Results -- References -- Chapter 4: Cesium Accumulation in Paddy Field Rice Grown in Fukushima from 2011 to 2013: Cultivars and Fertilization -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Difference in Radioactive Cesium Accumulation Among Rice Cultivars Grown in the Paddy Field at Fukushima from 2011 to 2013 -- 4.2.1 Radioactive Cesium Accumulation Among 85 Rice Cultivars Grown in Fukushima Paddy Fields in 2011 -- 4.2.2 Radioactive Cesium Accumulation Among 15 Selected Rice Cultivars Grown in a Fukushima Paddy Field in 2012 and 2013 -- 4.3 Fertilizer Effects on Cs Accumulation in Rice.
11.2.4 Temporal Changes in the Concentration, Especially Translocation from the Bark -- 11.3 Prediction of Mature Fruit Radiocesium Concentration -- 11.3.1 Fruit and Leaf Radiocesium Concentration -- 11.3.2 Comparison of the Mature Fruit and Thinning Fruit -- 11.4 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12: The Effects of Radioactive Contamination on the Forestry Industry and Commercial Mushroom-Log Production in Fukush... -- 12.1 Current Forest Contamination and Remediation Efforts -- 12.1.1 External Exposure -- 12.1.2 Internal Exposure -- 12.1.3 Ecological Damage and Extent of Radioactive Contamination -- 12.1.4 Summary of Radiation Mitigation in Forests -- 12.2 Radioactive Contamination and Mushroom Cultivation -- 12.2.1 Mushroom Cultivation in Japan -- 12.2.2 Contamination of Mushroom Growth Media -- 12.3 Restoring Hardwood Production -- 12.3.1 Mushroom Log Production by Forest Cooperatives -- 12.3.2 Resuming Mushroom Log Production -- 12.4 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13: Radiocesium in Timber of Japanese Cedar and Japanese Red Pine, in the Forests of Minamisoma, Fukushima -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Study Sites and Measurement of Radiocesium -- 13.3 Distribution of Radiocesium in Standing Trees -- 13.4 Distribution of Radiocesium in the Crown -- 13.5 Radiocesium in Xylem from Fallen Trees -- 13.6 Greenhouse Experiments -- References -- Chapter 14: Ecosystem Monitoring of Radiocesium Redistribution Dynamics in a Forested Catchment in Fukushima After the Nuclear... -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Materials and Methods -- 14.2.1 Study Site -- 14.2.2 Field Observations and Sampling -- 14.2.3 Sample Analysis -- 14.3 Results and Discussion -- 14.3.1 137Cs Concentrations of Tree Parts -- 14.3.2 137Cs Movement from the Canopy to the Forest Floor -- 14.3.3 137Cs Discharge from the Forest Catchment -- 14.3.4 137Cs Dispersion Through Food Web.
18.3.7 Donating Behaviors for Devastated Area and Food Safety Risk Management.
7.2 Absorption and Accumulation of Radioactive Cesium from Feed to Horse Meat and the Effect of ``Clean Feeding Management -- 7.2.1 Experimental Procedure -- 7.2.2 Results -- 7.2.3 Discussion and Conclusion -- 7.3 The Effects of ``Clean Feeding Management on Sheep Meat: Removal of Radioactive Cesium Due to the Nuclear Power Plant Ac... -- 7.4 The Effects of ``Clean Feeding Management for Dairy Cows: Removal of Radiocesium Due to the Nuclear Power Plant Accident... -- 7.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: Adverse Effects of Radiocesium on the Promotion of Sustainable Circular Agriculture Including Livestock Due to the ... -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Aerobic Ultra-High Temperature Fermentation Technique for Livestock Feces -- 8.3 Radiocesium Dynamics in Crops Grown with Contaminated Compost -- 8.4 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Wild Boars in Fukushima After the Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Distribution of Radiocesium -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Inspection Data from Fukushima -- 9.3 Distribution of Radiocesium in Wild Boars in 2012 and 2013 -- References -- Chapter 10: Contamination of Wild Animals: Microhabitat Heterogeneity and Ecological Factors of Radioactive Cesium Exposure in... -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Landscape, Climate, and Biodiversity of Abukuma Highlands -- 10.3 Bird Communities in the Northern Abukuma Highlands -- 10.4 Heterogeneity of Microhabitat Radioactivity -- 10.5 Effects of Radioactivity on Bush Warbler and Boar -- 10.6 Environmental Factors that Affect Wildlife -- References -- Chapter 11: Translocation of Radiocesium in Fruit Trees -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Pathways of Radiocesium in Fruit Trees -- 11.2.1 Absorption from Soil -- 11.2.2 Translocation from Aboveground Old Organs -- 11.2.3 Are Transfer Factors in Fruit Trees that Use Soil Concentration as a Guideline Important?.
14.4 Summary and the Future Directions -- References -- Chapter 15: Reduction of Air Radiation Dose by Ponding Paddy Fields -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Theoretical Consideration -- 15.3 Field Experiments -- 15.3.1 Field Experiment at Sasu -- 15.3.2 Field Experiment at Komiya -- 15.4 Conclusions and Remaining Problems -- References -- Chapter 16: Collaboration Structure for the Resurrection of Iitate Village, Fukushima: A Case Study of a Nonprofitable Organiz... -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 NPO: Resurrection of Fukushima -- 16.3 Collaboration Style of the Various Members -- 16.3.1 Collaboration Between Residents, Universities, and Research Institutions -- 16.3.2 Cooperation with a Volunteer Group from the University of Tokyo -- 16.4 The Motive for Activity -- 16.5 Perspectives of Visitors -- 16.6 Conclusion -- Supplemental Materials -- Photos of Activities in Iitate Village -- References -- Chapter 17: Impacts of the Nuclear Power Plant Accident and the Start of Trial Operations in Fukushima Fisheries -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Commercial Fisheries in Fukushima Before and After the Disaster -- 17.3 Initiation of Trial Operations in Fukushima Fisheries -- 17.4 State of Radioactive Substances in Marine Species -- 17.5 Future Perspectives for Fukushima Fisheries -- References -- Chapter 18: Consumer Evaluation of Foods from the Disaster Affected Area: Change in 3 Years -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 Research Outline -- 18.3 Results -- 18.3.1 Risk Perception -- 18.3.2 Attitude and Willingness to Pay for Foods from the Disaster-Affected Area -- 18.3.3 Trust About Risk Management of Radioactive Substances in Foods -- 18.3.4 Knowledge About Radiation Risks and Risk Management Measures -- 18.3.5 Satisfaction Levels for Radioactive Substance Management in Food -- 18.3.6 Results of the Beef Choice Experiment.
4.3.1 General Information of Fertilizer Effects on Cs Accumulation in Plants -- 4.3.2 Radioactive Cs Concentrations in Rice Grown in Paddy Fields Under Four Different Fertilizer Conditions at Fukushima -- 4.3.2.1 Radioactive Cs Concentration in Rice Straw Grown in a Paddy Field at Kawamata-cho -- 4.3.2.2 Radioactive Cs Concentrations in Brown Rice Grown in a Paddy Field at Kawamata-cho -- References -- Chapter 5: Physiological Verification of the Effect of Potassium Supply on the Reduction of Radiocesium Content in Rice Grain -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Effect of K Concentration in Nutrient Solution on Cs Distribution in Rice Plants -- 5.3 Cation Concentration in K-Sufficient and K-Deficient Rice Plants -- 5.4 The Period for Cs Uptake -- 5.5 Evaluation of the Effect of Additional K Fertilization on Cs Movement -- 5.6 Conclusion and Future Perspectives -- References -- Chapter 6: Consecutive Field Trials of Rice Cultivation in Partially Decontaminated Paddy Fields to Reduce Radiocesium Absorpt... -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Experimental Rice Cultivation Procedures in 2012 -- 6.3 Results of Experimental Cultivation in 2012 -- 6.3.1 Radiocesium Concentrations of Brown Rice and Soil -- 6.3.2 Analyses of Exchangeable Cations in Soil from the Test Fields -- 6.3.3 Radiocesium Concentration in White Rice and in Rice Bran -- 6.4 Experimental Cultivation of Rice in 2013 -- 6.5 Results of Experimental Cultivation in 2013 -- 6.5.1 Radiocesium Concentrations of Brown Rice and Soil -- 6.5.2 Radiocesium Concentrations of White Rice and Rice Bran in 2013 -- 6.6 Conclusive Remarks -- References -- Chapter 7: Effects of ``Clean Feeding Management on Livestock Products Contaminated with Radioactive Cesium Due to the Fukus... -- 7.1 Introduction.
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