1. Title Goldschmid Conference 2011 Special Session: Fukushima Review
2. IYC interests @Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
AEncourage interest of young people in chemistry
BGenerate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
CCelebrate the role of women in chemistry
3. Short description A special session on the geochemical aspects of the Fukushima nuclear power station crisis has been organized.
4. Audience professional chemists, graduate students
5. Topic Conference Special Session
6. Long description http://www.goldschmidt2011.org/fukushima
Mitsuru Ebihara, Tokyo Metropolitan University
The Role of the Geochemical Society of Japan for Mitigating the Fukushima Accident and its Aftermaths
Jeroen Ritsema, University of Michigan
Seismological Investigations of the March 11, M9, Tohoku-Oki Earthquake
Edward Blandford, Stanford University
Deconstructing the Nuclear Accident at the Fukushima-Daiichi Plant: What Went Wrong and What are the Prospects for Recovery?
Naohiro Yoshida, Tokyo Institute of Technology
A Preliminary Overview of Studies on Dispersals of Radionuclides from Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants
Masayoshi Yamamoto, Kanazawa University
Present Situation of Radioactive Contamination in Soil by the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Accident
Seiya Nagao, Kanazawa University
Measurement of Radioactivity of Aerosol at a few Sites in Japan after the Fukushima Daiichi Accident
Anne Mathieu, IRSN, France
Atmospheric Dispersion of the Fukushima Effluents
Mitsuo UEMATSU, University of Tokyo
Distribution of Radioactive Materials in Seawater of the North Pacific Ocean: Past and Present
Bernd Grambow, IN2P3, France
Geochemistry of the Long Term Evolution of the Used Nuclear Fuel/water Interaction
7. Sponsors Goldschmidt Conference 2011, Geochemical Society of Japan, Geochemical Society, European Association of Geochemistry

8. Contact detail

EmailFaffairs@geochem.jp
Name:Dr Keiji Misawa
Organization or affiliations:The Geochemical Society of Japan
Phone :+81-42-512-0709
Country,City:Janan,Tachikawa, Tokyo