ICAEC2014

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Posters:

Poster No. Title
P-01 Radioactive Cesium Distributions in Village Forest Ecosystems of Fukushima, Japan
P-02 Distribution and Behavior of Radioactive Cesium in a small Forest, Satoyama at Namie Town, Fukushima Prefecture
P-03 Environmental Dynamics in the Aquatic Sediment of Radiocesium released from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident, Japan
P-04 The Distribution and Accumulation Mechanism of Radiocesium on Sediment in middle Abukuma River System
P-05 Concentrations of Radiocesium in Wild Mammals Collected from around Nihonmatsu-City, Fukushima, Japan
P-06 239Pu and 240Pu Inventories in the South China Sea Water Column
P-07 Observation of Fine and Ultrafine Particles in Urban, Forest, and Mountainous Air and their Removing Mechanism by Forest Canopy
P-08 Observation of Dry deposition of Acidic Substances onto the Forest Canopy in a Small Conifer / Deciduous Mixed Forest in Greater Tokyo using Foliar Rinsing and Surrogate Surface Method
P-09 Observation of Anionic Surfactants in Particulate Phase in Downtown Tokyo, Japan using an Improved Methylene Blue Method
P-10 Canceled
P-11 Cadmium and Lead in PM10 in Roadside Ambient Air of Nakhon Phitsanulok Municipality, Thailand
P-12 Measurement of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in PM2.5 Collected by Impactor for High Volume Air Sampler
P-13 Atmospheric Behavior and Health Risk Assessment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Urban, Forest and Mountain Site in Japan
P-14 Chlorinated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Air Particulates in North-East Asia
P-15 An Analytical Method for Personal Exposure to Nicotine by Using a Passive Sampler and HPLC Methods
P-16 Abnormality of some Insects after Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Emissions
P-17 Impact on Transboundary Air Pollution from the East Asia and the Historical Changes of Heavy Metal Pollution after the Meiji Restoration in Japan
P-18 Heavy Metal Pollution in Road Dust in Mount Norikura
P-19 Observation of Acidic Trace Gases, Gaseous Mercury, and Water - Soluble Inorganic Aerosols Species at the top and the foot of Mt. Fuji
P-20 Observation of Cloud Water Chemistry at the top and foot of Mt. Fuji and its Controlling Factors
P-21 Observation of Volatile Organic Compounds in Ambient Air and Atmospheric Water in the free Troposphere using Mt. Fuji as an Observational Tower
P-22 Effect of Urban Heat Island on Frequency and Chemistry of Summer Heavy Rainfall in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area
P-23 Impact of Antifouling Biocides on Sea Water, Sediment and Marine Organisms
P-24 Comparisons of Herbicide Uptake and Elimination Rates Between TWO species of Earthworm, Eisenia cf. Fetida and Pheretima spp.
P-25 Surveillance of Residual Veterinary Drugs in Foods of Animal Origin in Vietnam
P-26 Differential Determination of Plasticizers and Organophosphorus Flame Retardants in Residential Indoor Air
P-27 Recovery and Stability of Volatile Organic Compounds in Nitrogen or Air under TWO Humidity Conditions
P-28 Geographic Distribution and Interannual Change of Trace Metals in Stream Water in the Eastern Tanzawa Mountains and the effect of Atmospheric Deposition
P-29 Trends of Stream Water Chemistry in Tanzawa Mountains Resulting from Changes in Atmospheric Deposition
P-30 Behavior and Origin of Water-Soluble humic-like Substances in Urban, Forest and Mountainous Site in Japan
P-31 Determination of Pyridine in Environmental Water samples using Capillary Electrophoresis with Counter-Ion Boosted Electrokinetic Injection
P-32 Analysis in the Toxic Elements in Drinking Water of Japan, China and Myanmar.
P-33 Trace Elements Accumulations and their Growth Changes in Jumbo Flying Squid Captured from Pacific ocean
P-34 Continuous Leaching of Hexavalent Chromium from Dumped Slag in Urban Area in Tokyo, Japan
P-35 Effect of Stainless Steel on Water Treatments via Electrocoagulation Process
P-36 Occurrence of Neonicotinoid Insecticides in River Waters in Saitama Prefecture, Japan
P-37 Potential Effect of Nanoscale Zero Valent Iron on Environmental Microorganism
P-38 Drastic Index Based rating Utilizing GIS in Reading island, Malaysia
P-39 Preparation of Poly (Acrylic Acid) -Chitosan Nanogel for Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizer Entrapment
P-40 Environmental Applications of Titania-Silica-Iron oxide Superparamagnetic Nanocomposites
P-41 Modification of tap Water Treatment Residue by Zero-Valent Iron for Arsenic Ions Adsorption
P-42 Arsenite and Arsenate Removal from Wastewater using Cationic Polymer-Modified Waste Tire Rubber
P-43 Removal of Arsenic from natural Water by co-Precipitation Using Ferric Chloride and Aluminum Sulfate; Comparison of co-Precipitant Efficiency Using Experimental Design
P-44 Uptake of Arsenic in Indian Rice Cultivars
P-45 Development of Test Kits for Rapid and Simple Determination and Visual Examination of Cadmium in Rice by Immunochromatography Using Anti-(Cd-EDTA) Antibody
P-46 Trace Inorganic Mercury Analysis in Aqueous Samples Using solid-Phase Extraction Followed by Immunoassay
P-47 Prenatal Arsenic Exposure Induces Impaired Behavioral Flexibility and Morphology of the Prelimbic Cortex in Adult Mice
P-48 Genotoxic Effects in Young Children Exposed to Arsenic: Application of Salivary Biomarkers
P-49 Arsenic Exposure in Young Children: Assessment in Various Biological Samples
P-50 Study on Development and Application of NIES CRM No.29 "Water Hyacinth"
P-51 Occurrence of Volatile Methylsiloxanes in Water, Sediment and Fish samples from Motoarakawa River, Japan
P-52 Plasma Treatment of Water Hyacinth and Pineapple Indigenous Fibers Using Oxygen, Argon and Hydrogen Gases
P-53 Rate of CO2 absorption to Ca(OH)2 slurry with enriched CO2 - enriched gas
P-54 Development of a Technology for Recovering Resources from Livestock Waste
P-55 Efficient Decomposition of Perfluorinated Ionic Liquid Anions in Subcritical and Supercritical Water
P-56 Removal of Phosphorus and Heavy Metals by using some kinds of Layered Double Hydroxides (LDHs)
P-57 Removal of Heavy Metals by Biosurfactants Applications
P-58 Biological Treatment System for Residual pesticides in Canal of Lemon Plantation
P-59 La-Doped Barium Ferrite Prepared by Metal-Organic Complex Decomposition and their Magnetic Property
P-60 Modification of Chitosan with Cyclodextrin for Environmental Application
P-61 Thiol-Functionalized Magnetic Adsorbents for Recovery of Precious Metal Ions
P-62 Synthesis of Aryl Ethyne Derivatives as Multi-Channel Sensors for Cyanide
P-63 Amphiphilic Gel for Oil/Water Waste Treatment
P-64 Development of High Strength of late Age Mortar by Fine Particles of Agricultural Wastes, Baggasse Ash
P-65 LC-MS/MS Analysis of 7-Hydroxy Retinoic Acid in Cyanobacterial Cells
P-66 Untargeted Analysis with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry to Discover Previously Unknown Fluorinated Contaminants
P-67 Development of a Quantitative Method for Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB) with 3 Microliter of Blood
P-68 Gas Chromatography-Negative Ion Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry for Analyzing Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Submilliliter Samples of Human Serum
P-69 Study on Molecular Structure for Mimicking of Spider Silk by FT-IR Spectroscopy
P-70 Changes over 1999 to 2013 in Awareness among Female Students Attending the K College of Nursing Regarding Waste Sorting and Dioxin issues
P-71 Concentration of Dioxin and Furan in Ambient Air from Rural Area of Thailand
P-72 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin in Breast Milk increases Autistic Traits of 3-year-old Children in Vietnam
P-73 Multiple Biosensor for Environmental Analysis
-Dioxin, PCB, Agent Orange, Surfactant, Explosives-
P-74 Application of a Bioassay using DR-Ecoscreen Cells to the Determination of Dioxins in Environmental and Food Samples : Comparison studies using HRGC-HRMS Analysis
P-75 Development of Soil Evaluation Method for POPs Contamination in Cucurbits -ELISA and Sample Preparation Method-
P-76 Simple and Easy Analysis for Acrylamide Using Enzyme Immunoassay
P-77 Establishment of Enzyme Immunoassay kit Production in Thailand
P-78 Toxicological Assessment of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) and their Metabolites (OH-PCBs) in the Liver of Wild Baikal Seals (Pusa sibirica): Application of Microarray and Biochemical Analyses
P-79 Structural Basis of Metabolism of 2,3',4,4',5-pentachlorobiphenyl (CB118) by Mammalian Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenases
P-80 Function and Dynamic of Transporting Factors for Persistent Organic Pollutants in Cucurbita Pepo
P-81 Prediction of Maternal-Fetal Transfer Rates of PCBs, OCPs, PBDEs and Dioxin-like Compounds by Quantitative Structure-Property Relationship Modeling
P-82 The effects of the Low Dose Brominated Flame Retardant BDE-209 on Renal Function in Wistar Rats
P-83 Comparative Study on Human and Mouse Nuclear Receptor Activities of Hepatomegaly-Inducing Perfluorooctanoic acid and its Related Compounds
P-84 Interaction of PFOS, PFOA and 8:2 FTOH with Human, rat and Microbial Cytochrome P450s : Similarities and Differences
P-85 Biotransformation of Perfluorinated Compounds by the Action of Microbial Community Isolated from Polluted Environment - Road to Successful Bioremediation
P-86 Blood Cholinesterase Activity Levels of Farmers from Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
P-87 Health Effects of Exposure to Carcinogenic Compounds Emitted from Incense Smoke in Temple Workers
P-88 Toxicity Evaluation of 4-Nonylphenol Isomers with Ecotoxicological Bioassay using Delayed Fluorescence in the Green Alga Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata
P-89 Effect of Excessive Doses of Oxytetracycline on Antioxidative Capacity in Coho Salmon
P-90 Gas Fading Characteristics of Dyed Clothes on Exposure of Oxides of Nitrogen
P-91 Neuro Toxicity in Allergic Mice after Early Phthalate Exposure
P-92 In Vivo and in Silico Studies to Evaluates the Estrogenic Effects of Bisphenol Analogues on Medaka
P-93 Transesterification Catalysis of Coconut Oil by Lipase
P-94 Determination of Aflatoxins in Peanut Products and Cancer Risk Estimates of Dietary Exposure in Indonesian and Thai Population
P-95 Exposure to Intermediate-Frequency Magnetic fields During Developmental Stages Reversibly Affects NMDA and Related Signaling Pathways in the Adult Mice Brain

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