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The latest information on the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

Hokkaido University

Hokkaido University Conference Hall
April 11, 2011

We understand that many international students and foreign scholars are concerned about the accident at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant. We have heard that the information provided in English is limited, which seems to be a factor contributing to anxiety among international students and scholars who do not understand Japanese media. With the purpose to help reduce the anxiety, we are going to host a special lecture titled, "The latest information on the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant." In the lecture, four experts in nuclear engineering, radiochemistry and physical oceanography will be giving a talk regarding the latest information on the nuclear plant.

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Opening Address [6:44]
Takeo Hondoh (Hokkaido University)
What happend, what is going on in Fukushima no.1 nuclear power station? [21:45]
Yoichiro Shimazu (University of Fukui)
The Lesson learned from the Chernobyl Accident and the Data from Atomic Bomb Survivors [22:42]
Kenichiro Sugiyama (Hokkaido University)
Environmental Radioactive Substances: Data from the School of Engineering [23:40]
Ryoko Fujiyoshi (Hokkaido University)
Ocean currents off the eastern coast of Japan [14:20]
Humio Mitsudera (Hokkaido University)

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