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

Contributor Top10
Submitted by #Project
Ehime University 42
Ministry of the Environment website 13
National Institute for Environmental Studies 9
Kagoshima University 5
Fisheries Research and Education Agency 4
Wadsworth Center (New York State Department of Health) 4
Hokkaido Research Organization 1
The University of Tokyo 1
Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology 1
Fukuoka Prefecture 1

New arrival project

ProjectID Submitter ReleaseDate Title Publication
PRA000097 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/09/13 [MOE_JP] The Environmental Monitoring in FY2017 (Source: FY2018 Report of Chemicals in the Environment English / Japanese )
PRA000096 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/09/02 [MOE_JP] The monitoring of agricultural chemicals in river water in FY2018 ( Source: FY2018 (H30)agrichemical monitoring report )
PRA000095 Ruriko Tahara
(Hokkaido Research Organization)
2019/07/26 [LOC_JP] Survey on Perfluorinated chemicals in Aquatic Environment in Hokkaido ( Source: Report of Institute of Environmental Sciences No. 3 (No. 39) )
PRA000094 Takeshi Hano
(Fisheries Research and Education Agency)
2019/06/24 Occurrence of neonicotinoids and fipronil in estuaries and their potential risks to aquatic invertebrates 10.1016/j.envpol.2019.05.067
PRA000093 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/06/20 [MOE_JP] The monitoring of agricultural chemicals in river water in FY2013 ( Source: FY2013 (H25) agrichemical monitoring report )
PRA000092 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/06/17 [MOE_JP] The monitoring of agricultural chemicals in river water in FY2014 ( Source: FY2014 (H26) agrichemical monitoring report )
PRA000091 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/06/05 [MOE_JP] The monitoring of agricultural chemicals in river water in FY2015 ( Source: FY2015 (H27) agrichemical monitoring report )
PRA000090 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/06/04 [MOE_JP] The monitoring of agricultural chemicals in river water in FY2016 ( Source: FY2016 (H28) agrichemical monitoring report )
PRA000089 Open data
(Ministry of the Environment)
2019/05/31 [MOE_JP] The monitoring of agricultural chemicals in river water in FY2017 ( Source: FY2017 (H29) agrichemical monitoring report )
PRA000088 Kyoshiro Hiki
(National Institute for Environmental Studies)
2019/04/17 Sediment Toxicity Testing with the Amphipod Grandidierella Japonica and Effects of sediment Particle Size Distribution 10.2965/jwet.18-076