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The DataPoke Foundation, a non-profit organization in the state of California, remains dedicated to developing and distributing scientific applications to the public for use free of charge.

Datapoke.org functions as a developer and repository of “Open Systems” projects. Our projects consist mostly of web applications freely available to the public. The partMOM application allows users to share annotations on data and models published by both DataPoke and the community. User annotations get posted to our wiki and are publicly searchable. For example, browse the most recent annotations on Project:Fukushima Or Launch partMOM and start annotating.

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Start exploring the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant diasaster through the partMOM interface. Please leave your annotations.

partMOM utilized for the analysis of the Fukushima Daiichi NPP atmospheric contamination.
News
  • Preliminary analysis of Pu-239 and Np-239 Atmospheric Dispersion. Read.
  • Full analysis of Chino[2011] (7) I131 and Cs137 Source Terms. Read.
  • Check Out long lost NILU FLEXPART I131 and Cs137 dispersion plots. Read.
  • DataPoke Publishes 300,000+ Air Quality Measurements for the State of California. Read.
  • Published CTBTO Air Filter Measurements of I131 and Cs137. Read.
  • We've recently published Center for Disease Control Morbidity and Mortality Statistics for 100+ major cities throughout the US. Read.
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Project Fukushima,

Project Fukushima focuses on publicly publishing data, observations, measurements and dispersion plots of the Fukushima NPP contamination, and aggregating public opinion of these observations in order to reach a more complete understanding of this complex catastrophe.

Recent Annotations


Author Date Application Project Annotation Launch
paypalisfun2 2011-03-22 Looking At P239 Fukushima I started this app here. Launch
partmom 2011-03-22 DataPoke Models and Data - Tepco(2011) P-239 Fukushima Simulation shows first measurements of P239 in Florida. Launch
partmom 2011-03-31 EPA Lab Analysis Fukushima Hot particles measured in precipitation at (2) Southeast US measurement locations (Florida and Georgia). Launch
partmom 2011-03-24 EPA Lab Analysis Fukushima Several locations in Florida show significant levels of hot particles in Air Filter readings. Launch
partmom 2011-03-12 Fukushima Default Fukushima Starting point. Launch
partmom 2011-03-12 DataPoke Models and Data - Tepco(2011) P-239 Fukushima A good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-18 DataPoke Models and Data - Chino(2011) Fukushima Model output of upper altitude (>32 MAGL) radionuclides suggest concentrations orders of magnitude higher than concentrations at near ground level (0-32 MAGL). For Example, Take a look at the maps of I131 concentrations, both 0-32MAGL and Total Column, over North America - the West Coast of the US, in particular. Near surface concentrations peak at ~10 mbq/m-3 compared to total column concentrations with a peak of ~1e5 mbq/m-3. Launch
partmom 2011-03-18 DataPoke Models and Data - Chino(2011) Fukushima FLEXPART output indicates concentrations of I131 in Sacramento, CA (2) orders of magnitude lower than those published by the CTBTO while FLEXPART Cs137 level are consistent with those published by the CTBTO. Launch
partmom 2011-03-17 DataPoke Models and Data - Chino(2011) Fukushima Interesting that the CTBTO publishes measured concentrations of I131 and Cs137 for March 17 - March 19 in Takasaki, JP when the wind blows consistently to the east. FLEXPART model output shows no contamination in Takasaki for these three dates. Launch
partmom 2011-03-15 DataPoke Models and Data - Chino(2011) Fukushima Peak radionuclide concentrations in Takasaki, JP are 7.5 bq/m-3 and 20 bq/m-3 (CTBTO data)for Cs137 and I131 respectively. FLEXPART results show concentrations (1) order of magnitude lower 5.1 bq/m-3 and .55 bq/m-3 I131 and Cs137 respectively. Launch
partmom 2011-03-12 DataPoke Models and Data - Chino(2011) Fukushima March 12th 2011 12 noon local time. Citizens of Namie Town received evacuation notice approximately 6 hours earlier. The evacuation route involved busing Namie Town citizens to the Tsushima district in the western part of the town. Launch
partmom 2011-03-17 California Air Quality Fukushima A good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-19 CTBTO Air Monitoring Fukushima A good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-18 EPA Lab Analysis Fukushima A good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-18 EPA RADNET Air Monitoring Fukushima A good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-13 Speedi Data Fukushima A good place to start. Interesting how none of the locations within Fukushima Prefecture report data. Launch
partmom 2011-03-19 CDC Morbidity and Mortality Fukushima A good place to begin. Launch
partmom 2011-03-23 NILU I131 Plots Fukushima A good place to start.. Launch
partmom 2011-03-13 NILU Xe-133 Plots Fukushima Good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-17 NILU Flexpart Plots Fukushima Good place to start. Launch
partmom 2011-03-17 CDPH Lab Data Fukushima Good place to start. Launch


Recent Applications


App Name Creator Project Description Views +1 Launch
Fukushima lukestewart Fukushima -- -- Launch
Contamination Levels jwinger7 Fukushima contamination levels se michigan area -- -- Launch
NA intublu Fukushima North America Dispeersion -- -- Launch
Looking At P239 paypalisfun2 Fukushima An app to take a closer look at the plutonium dispersion. -- -- Launch
DataPoke Models and Data - Tepco(2011) P-239 partmom Fukushima DataPoke FLEXPART model data and pFlexpart dispersion plots developed with Tepco(2011)[19] total release evalutation. This data includes dispersion models of Plutonium-239 and Neptunium-239. -- -- Launch
DataPoke Models and Data - Chino(2011) partmom Fukushima DataPoke Flexpart model data and pFlexpart dispersion plots developed with Chino(2011)[7] source terms. -- -- Launch
California Air Quality partmom Fukushima California Air Quality data published alongside DataPoke atmospheric dispersion models. -- -- Launch
CTBTO Air Monitoring partmom Fukushima We publish CTBTO Air Monitoring data alongside our DataPoke Atmospheric Dispersion Plots. -- -- Launch
EPA Lab Analysis partmom Fukushima This is public data from the analysis by EPA Laboratories. Data published alongside DataPoke atmospheric dispersion plots. -- -- Launch
EPA RADNET Air Monitoring partmom Fukushima Data from the EPA RADNET Monitoring sites along side DataPoke atmospheric dispersion models. -- -- Launch
Speedi Data partmom Fukushima MEXT Speedi Data along with DataPoke atmospheric dispersion models. -- -- Launch
CDC Morbidity and Mortality partmom Fukushima Weekly US Center for Disease Control morbidity and mortality figures alongside DataPoke radionuclide dispersion plots. -- -- Launch
NILU I131 Plots partmom Fukushima Once upon a time... NILU Plots of I-131 emitted from Fukushima Daiichi. -- -- Launch
NILU Xe-133 Plots partmom Fukushima Once upon a time... NILU Xe-133 plots. -- -- Launch
NILU Flexpart Plots partmom Fukushima Once upon a time, The Norwegian Institute for Air Research published radionuclide dispersion plots of the FNPP contamination. We picked up these images of C137 dispersion before they went terminal. -- -- Launch


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