The corpus of radiation maps reflects the same criteria outlined in the previous list of maps1 with the main difference being that the maps only display radiation measurements, they exclude crisis management maps which appeared after March 11, 20112, and they are in both Japanese and English.
|No.||Designer/Social media name||URL|
|1||No available data||http://arch.incpc.jp/004/index_10.html|
|2||Satoru (Twitter pseudonym)||http://atmc.jp/|
|3||Haiyan Zhang, designer||http://Japan.faiIedrobot.com/|
|4||Andreas Schneider, Institute for Information Design Japan||http://jciv.iidj.net/map/__?r=/var/www/jciv/|
|5||Micro-Film, Web communication agency||Complete URL3|
|6||No available data||Complete URL4|
|7||Alexey Sidorenko and Gregory Asmolov||http://radiation.crowdmap.com/?l=en_US|
|8||Yukio Hayakawa, volcanologist||http://www.nnistar.com/gmap/fukushima.html|
|10||Spurs, Web design agency||http://www.spursjp/surfdayz/map/gmap2.html|
|11||MapGenia, online mapping service||http://www.targetmap.com/viewer.aspx?reportId=4870|
|12||Yahoo, Search engine||http://radiation.yahoo.co.jp/|
|13||William Milberry||Complete URL5|
The maps were identified using different methods:
– With a Google search from queries including the following elements: “Japan OR Fukushima AND radiation AND map OR cartography.” The same queries were entered in the Japanese ...