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References in social and biological impacts of radioactivity

These articles are not directly related to my research fields and might not be cited in them. I list them here. The list order doesn’t indicate the importance of the articles. Omission is not intentional.

Social Impacts Biological Impacts
NUCLEAR-TO-NATURE LAND CONVERSION (Yamamoto et al. 2021) Concentrations of 137Cs radiocaesium in the organs and tissues of low-dose-exposed wild Japanese monkeys (Omi et al., 2020)
Geographical political economy of nuclear power plant closures (Greco and Yamamoto, 2019) Cesium Inhibits Plant Growth Primarily Through Reduction of Potassium Influx and Accumulation in Arabidopsis (Adams et al., 2018)
Nuclear Disasters and Risk Communication: Learning from Fukushima (Sato, 2016) The biological impacts of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the pale grass blue butterfly (Hiyama et al., 2012)
Screening for Thyroid Cancer After the Fukushima Disaster (Davis, 2016) Thyroid Cancer Detection by Ultrasound Among Residents Ages 18 Years and Younger in Fukushima, Japan: 2011 to 2014 (Tsuda et al., 2015)
Learning how to learn from failures: the Fukushima nuclear disaster (Labib and Harris, 2015) Accumulation of Cesium by Aquatic Plants and Algae (Iwamoto and Shiraiwa, 2016)
Learning from Fukushima (Pfotenhauer et al., 2012) Morphological abnormalities in gall-forming aphids in a radiation-contaminated area near Fukushima Daiichi: selective impact of fallout? (Akimoto, 2014)
The Socioeconomic Effects of Decommissioning on Local Communities: A Media Framing Analysis of the Experience of Wiscasset, Maine (Haller, 2014) Accumulation of Cesium by Aquatic Plants and Algae (Iwamoto and Shiraiwa, 2016)
Conflictual collaboration: Citizen science and the governance of radioactive contamination after the Fukushima nuclear disaster (Polleri, 2019) Biological proliferation of cesium-137 through the detrital food chain in a forest ecosystem in Japan (Murakami et al., 2014)
Spatialising procedural justice: fairness and local knowledge mobilisation in nuclear waste siting (Bell, 2020) Molecular aspects of plant adaptation to life in the Chernobyl zone (Kovalchuk et al., 2004)
Nuclear Disasters and Risk Communication: Learning from Fukushima (Sato, 2016) Developmental instability of plants and radiation from Chernobyl (Møller, 1998)