March 11 and Fukushima – Learning from the Japanese experience

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Much data has been analysed and published in the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake. We invite you to browse through these articles, which are free to read until April 29, 2016.


The image shown is the so-called "miracle pine". It was the only tree of a forest of 70,000 that survived the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and ensuing tsunami. It died later as a result of environmental changes and was then restored as a monument to the victims of the disaster and as a symbol of recovery.

Interview with Professor Tomoko Nakanishi

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Professor Tomoko Nakanishi speaks about five years of on-site research projects in Fukushima, important scientific findings, and about a new open access book based on the projects, Agricultural Implications of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident: The First Three Years which has just been published.  

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