Chem THEATRE

Welcome to ChemTHEATRE

ChemTHEATRE: Chemicals in the THEATRE [Tractable and Heuristic E-Archive for Traceability and Responsible-care Engagement] is the platform to deposit and visualize monitoring data of environmental contaminants more effectively than ever.

You can currently see so many monitoring data of environmental contaminants in scientific journals or reports by public organizations, but unfortunately in a variety of forms such as texts or excel files. That leads to poor use of such valuable data, which can be input data for the modeling and materials for validation.

To tackle this problem and make use of such data, we first put together such scattered data in one database: ChemTHEATRE, properly and well organized. It will ensure traceability of chemicals and help you simulate the environmental behavior and fate, or assess the risk. Moreover, ChemTHEATRE will make the prediction of global chemical pollution easier in cooperation with external database or other tools.

ChemTHEATRE was supported through a GrantData of Long-range Research Initiative (LRI) by Japan Chemical Industry Association (JCIA).

Released Entries

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Ehime University 38
National Institute for Environmental Studies 7
Ministry of the Environment website 5
Kagoshima University 4
Health Research, Inc. (New York State Department of Health) 3
Fisheries Research and Education Agency 3
Yokohama National University 1
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) 1
Chinese Academy of Sciences 1
University of Shizuoka 1

New arrival project

ProjectID Submitter ReleaseDate Title Publication
PRA000075 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2018/09/20 [MOE_JP] The Detailed Environmental Survey in FY2016 (Source: FY2017 Report of Chemicals in the Environment )
PRA000074 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2018/09/07 [MOE_JP] The Initial Environmental Survey in FY2016 (Source: FY2017 Report of Chemicals in the Environment )
PRA000073 Shunji Hashimoto
(National Institute for Environmental Studies)
2018/07/02 Simple sampling and analysis of PCDDs and PCDFs in Japanese coastal seawater. 10.1016/0045-6535(95)00079-N
PRA000072 Shunji Hashimoto
(National Institute for Environmental Studies)
2018/06/28 Possible natural formation of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins as evidenced by sediment analysis from the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea and the Pacific Ocean 10.1016/0025-326X(94)00184-B
PRA000071 Shunji Hashimoto
(National Institute for Environmental Studies)
2018/06/25 Analysis of PCDDs, PCDFs, planar and other PCBs in seaweed from Japanese coast 10.1016/0045-6535(95)00261-6
PRA000070 Shunji Hashimoto
(National Institute for Environmental Studies)
2018/06/22 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans in shellfishes from south coast of Korea 10.1016/S0045-6535(98)00097-6
PRA000069 Shunji Hashimoto
(National Institute for Environmental Studies)
2018/06/19 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in invertebrate animals from a rural beach in Japan 10.1016/S0045-6535(99)00201-5
PRA000068 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2018/05/11 [MOE_JP] The Environmental Monitoring in FY2015 (Source: FY2016 Report of Chemicals in the Environment )
PRA000067 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2018/05/08 [MOE_JP] The Detailed Environmental Survey in FY2015 (Source: FY2016 Report of Chemicals in the Environment )
PRA000066 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2018/05/07 [MOE_JP] The Initial Environmental Survey in FY2015 (Source: FY2016 Report of Chemicals in the Environment )