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In early spring of the past decade, depositions of 137 Cs have been increasing along the coast of the Sea of Japan. The National Institute for Agro-Environmental Science (NIAES) measured the deposition of 137 Cs at the northwestern coastal area of Japan in 2006-2007 and concluded that most of this 137 Cs was wafted over Japan by san dstorms from China. The authors developed a system using long-range models of 137 Cs for simulation to find the amount of material transported. This system, whichdoi:10.15669/pnst.1.420 fatcat:kruhsbw2hnedfcburzqfa5dq3m