Misa Yasumiishi

Misa Yasumiishi
CHB West Valley · West Valley Demonstration Project

Ph.D. (Physical Geography | GIS)

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Topographic effects on Cs-137 concentrations in a forested area were quantitatively examined using 58 soil core samples collected in a village in Fukushima, Japan, which was directly impacted by the radioactive plume emitted during the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) accident. In this study, five topographic parameters and two so...
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Background: The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to determine the percentage of the US population with 60 min ground or air access to accredited or state-designated endovascular-capable stroke centers (ECCs) and non-endovascular capable stroke centers (NECCs) and the percentage of NECCs with an ECC within a 30 min drive. Methods: Stroke...

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To develop an ontological framework for storing nuclear incident-related data and communicating the data among involved parties.
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Identify the tiers of technological factors that hinder planned nuclear plan closure, using the Japanese newspaper coverage about the cleanup and closer of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
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Cross analyze the air dose rates measured by a hand-held scintillator, soil Cs-137 levels, and local topography on a hill slope. Identify the effects of local topography on the air dose under canopies.