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TCBES M.S. Program Seminar

Location: Wentworth 9

From national policies to local playgrounds: navigating scales of contamination in post-disaster Fukushima

Dr. Sasha Davis
Geography and Environmental Science, UH Hilo

The March 11, 2011 Tōhoku earthquake, and the subsequent tsunami and release of nuclear contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, is clearly one of the largest disasters of the past century, and it has left large portions of the region physically devastated. Based on research I conducted in Fukushima during the summer of 2013 this presentation will examine the highly variable spatial distributions of radioactive contamination in Fukushima, the coping mechanisms of people navigating these landscapes of contamination, and state policies developed to deal with the disaster. I will aim to show that both the physical and social effects of the disaster are still heavily affecting the region today. Furthermore, in agreement with many other researchers and commentators, I will argue that there has been an incredible discrepancy between state policies and the needs of people affected by the disaster.

Special Restrictions: All are welcome!

For more information, contact: estacy@hawaii.edu 8089327715

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