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Use of GIS software to map contaminant distributions and determine integrated dose for purposes of assessing impact to biota
Myers, Margaret C. [2012-07-13]
The objective of this research was to estimate the radiological impact on various non-human biotas by the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power plant radiation release resulting from Japan's tsunami in March 2011 consistent with the recent recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection. Soil concentration data given by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Scien ...
SUBJECT: japan; animals -- effect of radioactive pollution on -- japan; fukushima; fukushima nuclear disaster; 2011
Hiscock, Kyle W [2012-03]
The Great East Japan Earthquake's unique scope, and the actors involved in the ensuing disaster, has the potential to significantly affect four areas influencing Japan's Self Defense Force's (SDF) trajectory: security interests, economic interests, norms, and actors and institutions. Retrenchment, status quo, and remilitarization are all plausible outcomes for the SDF's trajectory. Understandi ...
SUBJECT: *policies; economic impact; north korea; retrenchment; japanese norms
Uncharted waters in a new era : an actor-centered constructivist liberal approach to the East China Sea disputes, 2003 - 2008
Fox, Senan James [2012-06-19]
This thesis examines the deep bilateral tensions surrounding the East China Sea (ECS) disagreements between Japan and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the period from August 19th 2003 to June 18th 2008 from an actor-centred constructivist liberal viewpoint. The East China Sea disputes could be described as a conflicting difference of opinion over a) the demarcation of maritime territory ...
SUBJECT: japanese domestic politics; senkaku islands; china--foreign relations--japan; chinese domestic politics; nationalism--china
Notes on teleosts collected by Mr. Roy C. Andrews in Japan, with descriptions of two new species. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 32, article 7.
Nichols, John T. et al. 
SUBJECT: osteichthyes -- japan sea coast (korea); art.7; qh1 .a4 vol.32; sciaena ogiwara; sea of.
Jaws of late Cretaceous placenticeratid ammonites : how preservation affects the interpretation of morphology. American Museum novitates ; no. 3500
Landman, Neil H. et al. 
"We describe upper and lower jaws of Placenticeras Meek, 1876, from the Upper Cretaceous (Upper Campanian) Bearpaw Shale and Pierre Shale of the Western Interior of North America and lower jaws of the related ammonite Metaplacenticeras Spath, 1926, from the Campanian Yasukawa Formation of Hokkaido, Japan. One lower jaw is preserved inside the body chamber of Placenticeras costatum Hyatt, 1903. ...
SUBJECT: metaplacenticeras subtilistriatum.; paleontology -- cretaceous -- alberta.; fossil -- alberta.; placenticeras meeki.; ql1 .a436 no.3500
Andrews, Roy Chapman et al. 
SUBJECT: qh1 .a4 vol.30; art.4; phocoenoides -- japan; porpoises -- pacific ocean; mammals -- japan
Coillot, Richard J. [2011-06]
In 2009, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) rose to power in the Japanese Diet, marking the first time in more than five decades that a party other than the Liberal Democratic Party controlled the government. Some would assume this monumental shift has the potential to bring about a range of policy changes in Japan, especially in the realm of security. This thesis addresses the potential for ...
SUBJECT: *policies; *antipiracy operations; *modification; postwar; *democratic party of japan
The Growth of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy: Impacts and Implications of Regional Naval Expansion
Tritle, Matthew C. [2007-12]
China's growing economic dynamism has made it a powerful actor in the globalized economy. Continued growth of China's economy requires guaranteed sea access to foreign energy resources and markets. In response to the need for sea access, the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) is undergoing an expansion and force modernization process intended to ensure ...
SUBJECT: *expansion; military force levels; humanities and history; *military modernization; post-meiji japan
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Angeloska-Dichovska, M., Fakultet administracije i menadžment informacionih sistema et al. 
The purpose of this paper is to present agricultural trade policies of the countries with high level of protection, which measures impede the development of developing countries with comparative advantage in agriculture. Agricultural policy of the U.S., EU and Japan are briefly represented in this paper. These countries – the key creators of international agricultural trade, is necessary to al ...
SUBJECT: unian europea; usa; barreras comerciales; japan; international trade policies
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Umetsu, K., Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine et al. 
A centralized biogas plant was built in Shikaoi town, Hokkaido, Japan to treat manure from 1320 cattle heads. The biogas plant was designed to operate at a feeding amount of 85.8 t/day, a hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 37 days and at a digester temperature of 38 deg C. In this study, the operational performance of biogas plant, utilization of digested slurry and economic balance were invest ...
SUBJECT: biocarburant; japan; economic situation; biogas; situacian econamica
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