Notice of significant changes in the secretariat system

Thank you very much for your support for the use and activities of everyone's data site.
It is Ishimaru of everyone's data site secretariat.
Today, we will inform you of important changes in the data site secretariat system for everyone.

From the beginning of 2013, I have served as Executive Secretary, but from January 2018, Takayuki Koyama will newly take over the position of Executive Director.

Mr. Oyama has always been at the center of the secretariat, and he was a very capable person, who did not hesitate to work for the data site.
He was also a large senior who had been working on the problem of nuclear power plant for a long time after receiving the acupuncture of late Professor Jinzaburo Takagi from the time of the Chernobyl nuclear accident.

From now on, the data site of everyone will create a booklet of the radioactive contamination map entitled "Atlas version", and it will be a stage to further expand the scope of activities, such as strengthening overseas transmission. We will also challenge to further visualize various data and information.
Before the new development, we will further strengthen the secretariat system led by Mr. Koyama, and I will continue working as one of the joint representatives and as the head of the WEB team.

The secretariat system will be led by Mr. Oyama, the new secretary general, and the web division will be strengthened, and we hope for your continued development of the data site of everyone, from now on.

I would like to thank all the people who have taken care of me during the time I was the Executive Secretary.

Data site joint representative of everyone


On the appointment of new secretary general

Nice to meet you all! My name is Takayuki Koyama, who has served as the secretariat staff.

Mr. Ishimaru has given me a fair introduction, but I would like to write a little about the process so far.
When we let Takagi Jinsaburo Citizen Science Foundation work as "Citizen radiation measurement business, program coordinator", we repeat research exchange with everybody of citizen radiation measurement room of each place, and everyone's data site design is raised The
After that, while carrying out a research exchange meeting, we will work with all of you at the launch of the “data site for everyone” and work as the secretariat staff of the data site as soon as the Takagi Foundation's three-year term ends. A little over four years after the rise, we have formed a data site for everyone.

And with the cooperation of many of you, more than 10,000 cases can be registered in food measurement, and in the soil measurement "East Japan soil beckerel measurement project", more than 3,000 points of collected measurement can be taken with the cooperation of 4,000 people in total. We achieved it, and it was finally until we received "Kazuo Hissumi Information Sharing Promotion Fund 2017 Grand Prize".
Everybody had grown up to a large organization up to here, and at the same time it was filled with a sense of gratitude, I felt daily that the role as the secretariat has become much bigger than what I initially thought .
I will be able to assume the role of "Secretariat Director", as long as one can be accepted from the three faces of Mr. Ishimaru's co-representation, secretary general, and person in charge of the WEB.
As in the past, Mr. Ishimaru will be able to send it to everyone as one of the joint representatives, as the face of everyone's data site.
I will work to lead the secretariat with good office work.

I think there are places that can not be achieved, but I would like to ask for your continued support in the future, and thank you in advance in 2018.

New Executive Director Takayuki Koyama

"Report of Kazuo Hissumi Information Sharing Promotion Award Grand Prize"

"Report of Kazuo Hissumi Information Sharing Promotion Award Grand Prize"

The activity of everyone's data site was selected for the prestigious "Kazuo Hissumi Information Sharing Promotion Award". The award ceremony was held on December 15 at Hibiya, and all the members attended. I will report briefly below.

This time, Osaka Mori, who exposed the Moritomo Gakuen issue under the white sun, Ozaki Miki Ohara, who has developed Kokka Ion Dock, which has caused a letter from the Diet broadcast, Osaki who has recorded and transmitted the activities of SEALDs With the award-winning winners Takashi-san, we received an award from the presenter Keiko Ochiai for which the “data site for everyone” flourishes. It was a great opportunity.

Grand Prize: Activities of "All Data Site" (Co-Head: Hito Ishimaru, Hiromi Abe, Akiko Onuma)
Encouragement Prize: Interview activities with SEALDs participants (Toshifumi Ozaki)
Special Prize: Research activities including information disclosure related to the Moritomo Gakuen problem (Makoto Kimura)
Special Award: "Kockout Ion Doc!" Activity (Miki Ohara)

This year's selection criteria mentions that the focus was on activities that are steadily working on the dissemination and distribution of information by citizens. Also in that respect, it seems that you could be selected as a Grand Prize that a data site that continues to build up large data with citizenship and continue to visualize the issue of radiation is appropriate. With so many outstanding activities, we were able to win the Grand Prize for being truly honored and appreciated.
In addition, as it is a civic activity that is always severe in terms of funding, having 300,000 as a sub-award was also a power to the continuation of the activity, and it was also very grateful.

The entire staff recognizes that this grand prize has been given to the entire “data site of everyone” and to everyone who cooperated. Participation 34 measurement rooms and staffs, of course, thanks to all the more than 4,000 collectors who worked on the soil project, a large number of people who provided financial support, and all the support groups, I was able to receive this award. I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to everyone who has supported and cooperated until now.

We would like to thank you for giving us the 2017 Grand Prix of the prestigious "Kazuo Hissumi Information Sharing Promotion Award", which is honored by the late Professor Kazuo Hissumi.
Thank you very much.

From now on, the data site of everyone, we will strengthen efforts in "the atlas version" making project that compiles the radioactive contamination map in a booklet and reinforcement of overseas dispatch.
We still have a lot of work to do.
We look forward to your continued support and cooperation.

Everyone's data site staff

Commemorative photo with winners

2017 Fall Soil Project Briefing Report

2017 Fall Soil Project Briefing Report

We held a briefing session at the National Olympics Memorial Youth Center on a sunny Sunday.

We were able to welcome a large number of customers early in the morning. Thank you very much.
Fuji seen from the Olympic Center

As a blueprint of the compilation "map collection, atlas version" (cesium atlas version) of "East Japan soil beckerel measurement project" that is currently planned to be produced, taking two cases of Tochigi and Yamagata as an example, the measurement results Three speakers reported focusing on introducing examples that have been seen by overlaying various data.

We will briefly report the contents of the day.

■ Introduction of participating measurement rooms

Everybody's data site consists of 34 measurement rooms nationwide. By measuring the food and soil brought in by the local community in each measuring room, measuring what you care about yourself, and registering the data in the common database of "all people's data site" This is a mechanism that allows many people to see the results on the Internet.

On the day, we had everyone in the measuring room gathered from all over the country come up on the platform, and it was a little time, but we said hello while looking at faces such as "I think you are continuing to measure".

Message from the measuring room of the whole country (the measuring room of Hiroshima participates from the north from Hokkaido to the south)

■ What has been seen from "Soil map" and "radioactive substance inspection data in food" implemented by local governments-Analysis report focusing on Yamagata Prefecture (directly from Agano's lab / Murakami)

Yamagata Prefecture is relatively adjacent to Fukushima Prefecture with relatively low levels of radioactivity. Murakami of the laboratory of the laboratory reported the analysis result about the reason and the correlation with food.
From the topography such as the mountains and the weather at that time (snow conditions), we speculated on where and why the radioactivity was established. In addition, based on the results of food inspection conducted by the local government, we have compared the soil maps with municipalities with shipment restrictions and over the standard value (100 Bq / kg or more) for wild animals (Japanese black bear, deer, wild boar etc).

In areas where cesium concentration is high, there was an introduction such as that the number of measurements of Asiatic black bears was extremely small, and that in some areas where Matagi culture remained, the shipping restrictions were lifted on condition of full head inspection.

Among wild plants (such as kosia bra, wild mushrooms and bamboo shoots), those exceeding standard values are scattered near prefectural border near the mountain, and even in Yamagata prefecture where cesium concentration is considered to be low, wildlife and wild plants and vegetables With regard to mushrooms, caution is required because high cesium exceeding the standard value is detected. It is important to note that shipping restrictions apply only to the products sold, and so do not include self-consumption.

In classification consideration of food data which the local government measured, we compare Yamagata prefecture, Niigata prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Kanagawa prefecture etc. and thing that there are notably in Yamagata prefecture is that prefecture special product (beef, cherry etc) Introduced.
Consider cesium deposition results from the topography of Yamagata Prefecture and snowfall information at that time

■ Tochigi analysis report ・ Report on workshop in Tochigi prefecture ・ For preservation of the dental teeth project (C-Lab ・ Keiichi Onuma)

Commentary on the impact of 20 millisieverts
According to the standards of the Chernobyl Act established in Russia after the Chernobyl accident, Tochigi Prefecture has multiple areas that fall under the “migration obligation zone” and “migration right zone”, and it is currently the Japanese standard “20 It is safe if the exposure of 20 millisieverts per year will last for a long time, even with ICRP Vice-chairman Jack Rochard, “Sorry,” “I can not understand,” “Not safe,” “How severe is the standard,“ Millisievert ”? "I did not say that."

He also introduced the simulation of iodine flow at that time and the iodine measurement value of tap water, and warned of the possibility of initial exposure.

With boars, wild mushrooms and wild vegetables, you also need to be careful about ashes such as wood burning stoves. At Chernobyl eight to ten years after the accident, the difference in eating habits with the Russian people is that the internal exposure value is even greater than immediately after the accident, and the half life of cesium-137 is thirty years. He warned that there would be a risk of increasing internal exposure, like Chernobyl, if he thought that "almost all right" was eaten, taking as an example mushrooms picking in a region rich in mountain confections and preference for jibe as an example in Japan.

Changes in internal cesium exposure to adult cesium in multiple regions in Ukraine (1986-2008)

Changes in internal exposure in three villages such as Kiev (red for adults and green for children)

The Tooth Tooth Preservation Network is the first private sector dedicated strontium tooth measurement station where C-Lab also participates, and is currently being prepared for establishment in Gifu Prefecture. At the venue, a kit for collecting and sending milk teeth was distributed, and all the prepared kits were exhausted. We are also looking for investors to set up a measuring station.

● Dental tooth preservation network http: // pdn 311.town-web.net/

■ Introduction of “Environmental Concentration Becquer Measurement Project” and request for crowdfunding (Hotspot Investigators for Truth (HIT) Representative Sugar Nat)

The so-called micro-hotspot, HIT has been steadily carrying out activities to discover and measure places where radioactive materials have accumulated significantly compared with the surrounding area, and to ask the government for measures such as decontamination. Hot spots are within a limited range, so removing them can eliminate the danger. However, according to the current standards of the Ministry of the Environment, a wide range such as characters and towns is regarded as one unit, and the decontamination standard is determined by the average air dose (mainly 1 meter in height). Contamination has been virtually abandoned.

At a height of 1 meter, 0.451 μSv / h, and when measured at a height of 5 cm, 2.682 μSv / h, etc.
If only one meter is measured, very high pollution will be abandoned.

Based on the current situation, we are working to protect people from radiation exposure, such as parks that are familiar to children and street sidewalks where people come and go, and bicycle parking lots.

In fact, we introduced examples of what kind of contamination there was and how much the air dose dropped after having been decontaminated by the local government after the notification.

In order to make this activity widely known, patterns of places where it is likely to become a hot spot are displayed in an easy-to-understand manner with illustrations of 12 categories such as rain gutters, snowdrifts, tree roots, buildings kiwa etc. The project is being carried out jointly with everyone's data site by posting it on the web under the title "Environmental Concentration Becquerol Measurement Project".

● Everybody's data site Environmental concentration Becquerel measurement project https://minnanods.net/soil#soil-soil-top-hotspot12-head

We show place which is easy to become hotspot by 12 classification by illustration,
We publish measurement value of each type of measurement point

He also pointed out that these activities are most likely to move the administration if requested by the citizens who actually live in the local government.
In the nuclear accident, the local government is also the same victim as our citizens. From that point of view, I will teach you the tips that it is easy to work if you can build a good relationship with the administration.
If you say, "I do not know where the hotspot is" or "I do not know the negotiations with the local government", I will go out, so let's all be connected. And called.

In order to continue this activity, we are raising funds through crowdfunding until December 25th. Thank you for your cooperation.

● Crowdfunding https://moon-shot.org/projects/hit/

The inside of the center was just full of autumn leaves

Itabashi's measuring room "Asunaro" sold handmade handicrafts and raised funds for children's recreation activities in Fukushima

(Congratulations) [Announcement of Kazuo Hisumi, Information Sharing Promotion Fund]

The data site of everyone was selected for the "Age of Information Sharing Promotion Fund" Grand Prize announced today on November 13.
We would like to report on the award of the very prestigious Hissumi Award, which we are all happy and thankful to all of the staff.

The data site for everyone was launched in 2012, and the citizens and 34 measurement rooms cooperated to accumulate and release radioactive contamination measurement data since the 2011 Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident.

In our database, nearly 15,000 food products and 3,500 soil data are accumulated by citizenship, and anyone can search and browse on the web.
Each case of food data, many people in general are concerned about your child's health, etc., it is stacked around the data brought into the measurement, each data is valuable. What has come to this form is that it can only be realized by the cooperation with many people.

Also, from 2014, we conducted extensive soil measurements across 17 eastern Japan, under the title of “East Japan soil becquerel measurement project”, collected soil measurements at various locations with over 4,000 people and accumulated data We are working on visualizing the state of pollution.

Soil data, after the Chernobyl accident, large-scale measurements were taken at Ukraine and Belarus at national costs, recorded and released, and used as judgment criteria for evacuation and recreation, but in Japan almost only air dose It has remained in the measurement of Also, the standard of 20mSv per year, which is 20 times as high as the value before the nuclear accident, continues to be adopted, and this is currently used to judge the evacuation and return standards of the residents.
Under such circumstances, with the thought that "you should have the right to know the pollution of the area where you live", "If the government does not do it, let's make it clear by itself" We have endeavored to investigate, record and publish “data of We will continue to work to make this data available to many people for use.

This award, together with a large number of people, including citizens who have requested measurement to measuring stations throughout the country, those who have supported us with funds such as collection activities and campaigns, etc. I think that it was received, I want to be happy together.
I feel great power in showing the actual situation of radioactive contamination by the power of citizen science by accumulating measurement data.

Thank you very much to everyone involved in the Information Sharing Promotion Fund of the corner.
We will further advance this award to make it possible to measure and visualize the scars of the nuclear accident and to contribute to many more people.

Thank you in advance for everyone's data site.

Everyone's data site staff

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[Information for the 19th (Sun) soil project briefing session]
This weekend 19th (Sun) AM 9:30 am, there will be a briefing session on everyone's data site soil project.

We will provide information from various angles on the actual condition of soil contamination that is being measured and visualized in 17 eastern Japan prefectures.
We look forward to seeing you there!
With the strength of Mr. Hissumi's award, we will deliver information to all of you as a wonderful event.
Please come on the invitation by all means.

During the crowdfunding of activities to find hot spots and decontaminate and protect children!

On November 4th, crowdfunding of collaboration project "environmental enrichment becquerol measurement project" by group called Hotspot Investigators for Truth (abbreviated HIT) and all data sites started! !
Since the “East Japan Soil Becquerel Measurement Project”, which had been implemented so far, was a project to investigate the average pollution in each area, is it not a hot spot survey? We received a lot of voices.

We have been preparing for a project to investigate and release high concentration contamination points, taking out with HIT for over a year.
The system for posting the measurement results was finally developed from July, and it was about to start releasing it, and it was at the stage of asking everyone to formally request support.
The first purpose is to cooperate with local residents at the spot where the hotspot was found, and to negotiate with the local government to request decontamination and cleaning, and the second purpose is to concentrate easily into a hotspot Visualize topography and trends to reduce the risk of exposure.

I would like to support the expenses of about 550,000 yen by 23:59 on the night of Christmas on December 25, thank you! !
Please support this project that will keep you informed of the fact that it will not cause pollution. !

Crowdfunding support and detailed explanation is here https://moon-shot.org/projects/hit (← Click here)

* Please also check out the page of the Environmental Concentrated Becquerel Measurement Project that is currently available.

Please call on the people around you, and please expand the circle of support. Thank you in advance.