This paper describes how the dynamic transfer to marine biota D-DAT model has now been redeveloped into a tool able to calculate transfers to biota using biokinetic parameters (short- and long-term biological half-lives, or TB1/2s) and also the dynamics of transfer to and from sediments, which improves calculation of external dose components - an important issue for benthic organisms and for retrofitting the likely releases to the marine environment. The application to Fukushima is fully discussed.
|Title of host publication||Electronic proceedings 10.1. Lessons learnt from the Fukushima accident, Paper O-086|
|Place of Publication||Barcelona, Spain|
|State||Published - 11 Sep 2014|
|Event||International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity - ICRER, Barcelona|
Duration: 7 Sep 2014 → 12 Sep 2014
|Conference||International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity|
|Period||2014-09-07 → 2014-09-12|