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2000年

研究業績|PUBLICATION LIST 2000

Contents

Physical Oceanography

  1. KAWABE, Masaki : Calculation of Interannual Variations of Sea Level in the Subtropical North Pacific. Journal of Oceanography, 56, 691-706, 2000.
  2. MORI, Atsushi and Hiroshi NIINO : Self-similar solutions for the formation of the non-linear lateral convection in a stratified fluid. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Vancouver, 10-13 July, 2000, 1085-1090, 2000.
  3. NAGANO, Akira and Masaki KAWABE : Properties of Intra-annual Sea Level Variations South of Japan - Its Relation to the Kuroshio Path Variations. EOS Transactions AGU, 2000 Fall Meeting, 81, F668, 2000.
  4. NIINO, Hiroshi and Akira NODA : Numerical simulation of a mini-supercell over Kanto plain on 19 September 1990. Preprint of the 20th Conferene on Severe Local Storms, September 14-18, Orland, Florida, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 607-610, 2000.
  5. NIINO, Hiroshi : Fluid mechanics of tornadoes and their parent clouds. Journal of Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics (in Japanese), 19, 105-118, 2000.
  6. NODA, Akira, Hiroshi NIINO and Ryuji KIMURA : Tornado-like multiple vortices in a simulated supercell thunderstorm. Journal of Visualization, 3, No.3, 207, 2000.
  7. NODA, Akira and Hiroshi NIINO : Numerical simulation of a cumulonimbus cloud that spawns tornadoes. Journal of Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics (in Japanese), 19,69-70, 2000.
  8. NOGUCHI, Takashi and Hiroshi NIINO : Formation and growth of layers in an infinite stably startified fluid due to diffusive convection. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Vancouver, 10-13 July, 2000, 703-707, 2000.
  9. NOGUCHI, Takashi and Hiroshi NIINO : Inner structure of the head of axisymmetric gravity current. Journal of Visualization, 2, No. 2, 2000.
  10. NOGUCHI, Takashi and Hiroshi NIINO: Formation of vertical fine structures due to double-diffusive convection. Kaiyo Monthly, 32, 837-842, 2000.
  11. REDELSPERGER, Jean-Luc, Philip. R. A. BROWN, Francoise GUICHARD, Corine HOFF, Masayuki KAWASIMA, Steve LANG, Thibaut MONTMERLE, Kozo NAKAMURA, Kazuo SAITO, Charles SEMAN, Wei-Kuo TAO and Leo J. DONNER: A GCSS model intercomparison for a tropical squall line observed during TOGA-COARE. Part 1: Cloud-Resolving Models. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 126, 823-863, 2000.
  12. SUZUKI, Osamu, Hiroshi NIINO, Hisao OHNO and Hiroshi NIRASAWA: Tornado producing mini supercells associated with Typhoon 9019. Mon. Wea. Rev., 128, 1868-1882, 2000.
  13. YANASE, Wataru and Hiroshi NIINO :On polar lows over the Japan Sea (in Japanese). Tenki, 48, 31-32, 2000.
  14. YANAGIMOTO, Daigo and Keisuke TAIRA : Pop-up float measurements of currents and temperature in the Sea of Japan. Proceedings of the 11th JSPS Joint Seminar on Marine Science, 190-206, 2000.

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Chemical Oceanography

  1. ALIBO,Dia Sotto and Yoshiyuki NOZAKI: Dissolved rare earth elements in the South China Sea: Geochemical characterization of the water masses. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105, 28771-28783, 2000.
  2. AMAKAWA, Hiroshi, Dia Sotto ALIBO and Yoshiyuki NOZAKI: Nd isotopic composition and REE pattern in the surface waters of the eastern Indian Ocean and its adjacent seas. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, 1715-1727, 2000.
  3. ARAKAWA, Yoji, Yutaka SAITO and Hiroshi AMAKAWA: Crustal development of the Hida belt, Japan: Evidence from Nd-Sr isotopic and chemical characteristic of igneous and metamorphic rocks. Tectonophysics, 328, 183-204, 2000.
  4. EBATA, Hiroki, Yoshiyuki TANAKA and Naho MIYAMOTO: Guide for collection site: Ishigaki Island, Yaeyama Islands. The Japanese Journal of Phycology (Sorui), 48(2), 171-176, 2000.
  5. FUKUDA, Hideki and Isao KOIKE: Feeding current of particle-attahced nanoflagellates-a novel mechanism for aggregation of submicron particles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 202, 101-112, 2000.
  6. FUKUDA, Rumi, YoshikiSOHRIN, Nobue SAOTOME, Hideki FUKUDA, Toshi NAGATA and Isao KOIKE: East-west gradient in ectoenzyme activities in the subarctic Pacific: Possible regulation by zinc. Limnology and Oceanography, 45, 930-939, 2000.
  7. HASEGAWA, Toru, Isao KOIKE and Hiroshi MUKAI : Dissolved organic nitrogen dynamics in coastal waters and the effect of copepods. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 244, 219-238, 2000.
  8. HASEGAWA, Toru, Isao KOIKE and Hiroshi MUKAI : Estimation of dissolved organic nitrogen release by micrograzers in natural planktonic assemblages. Plankton Biology and Ecology, 47, 23-30, 2000.
  9. HASEGAWA, Toru,Isao KOIKE and Hiroshi MUKAI : Release of dissolved organic nitrogen by size-fractionated natural planktonic assemblages in coastal waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 198, 43-49, 2000.
  10. KUNIMARU, Kazuya TAKAHASHI, Takeru YANAGI, Takanori NAKANO, Hirokazu FUJIMAKI, Ryuichi SHINJO, Yoshihiro ASAHARA, Masaharu TANIMIZU and Cristian DRAGUSANU: JNdi-1: A neodymium isotopic reference in consistency with LaJolla neodymium. Chemical Geology, 168, 279-281, 2000.
  11. MIYATA, Yoshiki, Takayuki TOKIEDA, Hiroshi AMAKAWA, Mitsuo UEMATU and Yoshiyuki NOZAKI: Boron isotope variations in the atmosphere. Tellus, 52B, 1057-1065, 2000.
  12. NAGATA, Toshi, Hideki FUKUDA, Rumi FUKUDA and Isao KOIKE: Bacterioplankton distribution and production in deep Pacific waters: Large scale geographic variations and possible coupling with sinking particle fluxes. Limnology and Oceanography, 45, 426-435, 2000.
  13. NOZAKI, Yoshiyuki, Dorte LERCHE, Dia Sotto ALIBO and Anond SNIDVONGS: The estuarine geochemistry of rare earths and indium in the Chao Phraya River, Thailand. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, 3983-3994, 2000.
  14. NOZAKI, Yoshiyuki, Dorte LERCHE, Dia Sotto ALIBO and Makoto TSUTSUMI: Dissolved rare earth elements and indium in three Japanese rivers and Tokyo Bay: Evidence for anthropogenic Gd and In. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, 3975-3982, 2000.
  15. NOZAKI, Yoshiyuki: Research and education on the preservation of the marine environment. Kaiyo Monthly, 32, 3-9, 2000.
  16. OBATA, Hajime, Yoshiyuki NOZAKI, Kei OKAMURA, Masahiro MARUO and Eiichiro NAKAYAMA: Flow-through analysis of Al in seawater by fluorometric detection with the use of lumogallion. Field Analytical Chemistry and Technology, 4, 274-282, 2000.
  17. OGAWA, Hiroshi : Bulk chemical aspects of dissolved organic matter in seawater: The recent findings and unsolved problems. In Dynamics and Characterization of Marine Organic Matter (eds. Handa, N., T. Hama and E. Tanoue), Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo, 311-338, 2000.
  18. OGAWA, Hiroshi : The role of marine dissolved organic matter in the global carbon cycling. Bunseki (Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry), 305, 265-271, 2000 (in Japanese).
  19. SMITH, C., M.C. AUSTEN, G. BOUCHER, C. HEIP, P. HUCHINGS, G.M. KING, I. KOIKE, O.J. LAMBSHEDS, and P. SNELGROVE: Global change and biodiversity linkages across the sediment-water interface. BioScience, 50, 1108-1120, 2000.
  20. SNELGROVE, P., M.C. AUSTEN, G. BOUCHER, C. HEIP, P. HUCHINGS, G.M. KING, I. KOIKE, O.J. LAMBSHEDS, and C. SMITH: Linking biodiversity above and below the marine sediment-water interface. BioScience, 50, 1076-1088, 2000.
  21. SUZUKI, Katsuhiko, Hiroyuki KAGI, Masayuki NARA, Bokuichiro TAKANO and Yoshiyuki NOZAKI: Experimental alteration of molybdenite: Evaluation of the Re-Os system and changes in infrared spectroscopic profile and polytype. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, 223-232, 2000.
  22. TANAKA, Tsuyoshi, Shigeko TOGASHI, Hikari KAMIOKA, Hiroshi AMAKAWA, Hiroo KAGAMI, Takuji HAMAMOTO, Masaki YUHARA, Yuji ORIHASHI, Shigekazu YONEDA, Hiroshi SHIMIZU, Takanori KUWAHARA, S. Victor, Hiroshi OGAWA, Tetsuki TODA, Tomohiko KIKUCHI and Satoru TAGUCHI : Variability of bio-optical factors influencing the seasonal attenuation of ultraviolet radiation in temperate coastal waters of Japan. Photochemistry and Photobiology, 72(2), 193-199, 2000.
  23. UEDA, Shingo, Chun-Sim U. GO, Takahito YOSHIOKA, Naohiro YOSHIDA, Eitaro WADA, Toshihiro MIYAJIMA, Atsuko SUGIMOTO, Narin BOONTANON, Pisoot VIJARNSORN, Suporn BOONPRAKUB: Dynamics of dissolved O2, CO2, CH4, and N2O in a tropical coastal swamp in southern Thailand. Biogeochemistry, 49, 191-215, 2000.
  24. YAMANO, Hiroya, Toshihiro MIYAJIMA, Isao KOIKE: Importance of foraminifera for the formation and maintenance of a coral sand cay: Green Island, Australia. Coral Reefs, 19, 51-58, 2000.

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Ocean Floor Geoscience

  1. ISHII, Teruaki, Hiroshi SATO, Satoru HARAGUCHI, Patricia FRYER, Kantaro FUJIOKA, Sherman BLOOMER, and Hisayoshi YOKOSE: Petrological characteristics of peridotites from serpentinite seamounts in the Izu-Ogasawara-Mariana forearc (in Japanese with English abstract). Journal of Geography (Tokyo Geographical Society), 109, 517-530, 2000.
  2. ISHII, Teruaki, Hiroshi SATO, Shiki MACHIDA, Satoru HARAGUCHI, Akira USUI , Osamu ISHIZUKA, Hidetsugu TANIGUCHI, and Kazunori YAGI: Geological and petrological studies of the Kinan and Izu-Ogasawara-backarc-echelon seamount chains (in Japanese with English abstract). Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Japan, 51, 615- 630, 2000.
  3. KIDO, Yukari, Toshihiko HIGASHIKATA, Kantaro FUJIOKA, Yoshiyuki KANEDA, Yoshiteru KONO, Shiki MACHIDA, and Hiroshi SATO: Geophysical features along subducted plate off Nankai trough to eastern Shikoku (in Japanese with English abstract). Geoinfomatics, 11, 157-166, 2000.
  4. SATO, Hiroshi and Yujiro OGAWA: Sulfide minerals as an indicator=81@for petrogenesis and serpentinization of peridotites: An example from the Hayama-Mineoka belt, central Japan. Geological Society of America, Special Paper, 349, 419-429, 2000.
  5. TAMAKI, Kensaku: Breakup of the Gondwana Super Continent and Biological Evolution, Kaiyo Monthly, 32=81i4=81j, 259-263, 2000.
  6. TAMURA Yoshihiko, Masaki YURARA, and Teruaki ISHII: Primary arc basalts from Daisen Volcano, Japan: equilibrium crystal fractionation versus disequilibrium fractionation during super-cooling, Journal of Petrology , 41, 431-448, 2000.

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Marine Ecosystem Dynamics

  1. AIOI, Keiko: A daybreak of the studies on Japanese Zostera beds. (in Japanese with English abstract). Aquabiology, 22, 516-523, 2000.
  2. AIOI, Keiko, Tomoya AKIMICHI and Yuji OMORI: Ethnoecological studies on the utilization of eelgrass, Zostera marina, and ecological study on its global extinction (in Japanese with English abstract). Annual Report of the Institute of Environmental Science, 19, 77-83., 2000.
  3. AIOI, Keiko, Masahiro NAKAOKA, Naoko KOUCHI and Yuji OMORI: A new record of Zostera asiatica Miki (Zosteraceae) in Funakoshi Bay, Iwate Prefecture. Otsuchi Marine Science, 25, 23-26, 2000.
  4. AIOI, Keiko and Yuji OMORI: Warming and Japanese seagrasses.=81@In: A threat to life - the impact of climate change on Japan's biodiversity, A. Domoto=81@and J. Mcneely (eds.), 57-60, 2000.
  5. FUJIKURA, Katsunori, James HUNT, Shigeaki KOJIMA, Yoshihiro FUJIWARA, Kensaku TAMAKI, Yonosuke MAKI, Dhugal LINDSAY, Yuichi NOGI, Sumihiro KOYAMA, Tomoyuki SASAKI, Hisami SUGA, Toru KODERA and Takashi OKUTANI: The aggregations of thyasirid bivalve discovered by ROV "KAIKO" from the hadal zone in the Japan Trench (in Japanese with English abstract). JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, 161, 41-47, 2000.
  6. FUJIKURA, Katsunori, Shigeaki KOJIMA, Yoshihiro FIJIWARA, Jun HASHIMOTO and Takashi OKUTANI: New distribution records of vesicomyid bivalves from deep-sea chemosynthesis-based comminities in Japanese waters. Venus (The Japanese Journal of Malacology), 59, 103-121, 2000.
  7. FUJIWARA, Yoshihiro, Shigeaki KOJIMA, Chitoshi MIZOTA, Yonosuke MAKI and Katsunori FUJIKURA: Phylogenetic characterization of the endosymbionts of the deepest-living vesicomyid clam, Calyptogena fossajaponica, from the Japan Trench. Venus (The Japanese Journal of Malacology), 59, 307- 316, 2000.
  8. HIDAKA, Kiyotaka and Tsunemi KUBODERA: Squids of the genus Abralia (Cephalopoda: Enoploteuthidae) from the western tropical Pacific with a description of Abralia omiae, a new species. Bulletin of Marine Science, 66, 417-443, 2000.
  9. KIM, Dongsung and Suguru OHTA: TEM observation studies on the chemoautotrophic symbiotic bacteria of invertebrates inhabiting at vents and seeps. Ocean Research, 22, 1-13, 2000.
  10. KITAZATO, Hiroshi, Yoshihisa SHIRAYAMA, Takeshi NAKATSUKA, Shiho FUJIWARA, Motohiro SHIMANAGA, Yoshihisa KATO, Yoshihiro OKADA, Jyota KANADA, Akio YAMAOKA, Toshiyuki MASUZAWA and Kouji SUZUKI: Seasonal phytodetritus deposition and response of bathyal benthic foraminiferal populations in Sagami Bay, Japan: Preliminary results from "Project Sagami 1996 - 1999". Marine Micropaleontology, 40, 135-149, 2000.
  11. KOJIMA, Shigeaki: Dispersal and speciation of shellfishes in the deep-sea chemosynthtic communities (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 20, 155-160, 2000.
  12. KOJIMA, Shigeaki: Molecular oceanography ? History of marine environmental changes revealed by analysis of genes-. Kaiyo Monthly, 32, 205-208 , 2000.
  13. KOJIMA, Shigeaki, Suguru OHTA, Tomoyuki MIURA, Yoshihiro FUJIWARA, Jun HASHIMOTO: Molecular phylogenetic study of chemosynthesis-based communities in the Manus Basin (in Japanese with English abstract). JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, 16 =87T, 7-13, 2000.
  14. KOJIMA, Shigeaki, Tomoyuki SASAKI, Kensaku TAMAKI, Yoshihiro FUJIWARA, Katsunori FUJIKURA and Takashi OKUTANI: Bathymetrical zonation of chemoautosynthesis-based communities on the deepest area of the landward slope of the Japan Trench. JAMSTEC Journal of Deep-Sea Research, 17, 89-93, 2000.
  15. KOJIMA, Shigeaki, Ryoko SEGAWA, Yoshihiro FUJIWARA, Jun HASHIMOTO and Suguru OHTA: Genetic differentiation of populations of a hydrothermal vent-endemic gastropod, Ifremeria nautilei, between the Noth Fiji Basin and the Manus Basin revealed by nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial DNA. Zoological Science, 17, 1167-1174, 2000.
  16. KOJIMA, Shigeaki, Ryoko SEGAWA and Ikuo HAYASHI: Stability of the courses of the warm coastal currents along the Kyushu Island suggested by the population structure of the Japanese turban shell Turbo (Batillus) cornutus. Jounal of Oceanography, 56, 601-604, 2000.
  17. KOUCHI, Naoko and Masahiro NAKAOKA: Distribution of encrusting bryozoa on Zostera caulescens in Funakoshi Bay, Japan: effects of seagrass vertical structure on epifauna. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 7, 247-250, 2000.
  18. MATSUURA, Hiroyuki and Shuhei NISHIDA: Fine structure of the "button setae" in the deep-sea pelagic copepods of the genus Euaugaptilus (Calanoida: Augaptilidae). Marine Biology, 137, 339-345, 2000.
  19. MOKU, Masatoshi, Kouichi KAWAGUCHI, Hikaru WATANABE and Akinori OHNO: Feeding habits of three dominant myctophid fishes, Diaphus theta, Stenobrachius leucopsarus and S. nannochir, in the subarctic and transitional waters of the western North Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 207, 129-140, 2000.
  20. MUKAI, Hiroshi, Keiko AIOI, Kanjanapaj LEWMANOMONT, Masatoshi MATSUMASA, Masahiro NAKAOKA, Satoshi NOJIMA, Chatcharee SUPANWANID, Takao SUZUKI and Tetsuhiko TOYOHARA: Dugong grazing on Halophila beds in Haad Chao Mai National Park. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 7, 268-270, 2000.
  21. NAKAOKA, Masahiro: Nonlethal effects of predators on prey populations: predator-mediated change in bivalve growth. Ecology, 81, 1031-1045, 2000.
  22. NAKAOKA, Masahiro: Development of local and global networks for research and conservation of seagrasses (in Japanese with English abstract). Aquabiology, 22, 566-569, 2000.
  23. NAKAOKA, Masahiro: Small invertebrate animals using flowers and seeds of seagrasses (in Japanese). Umiushi-Tushin, 27, 9-11, 2000.
  24. NAKAOKA, Masahiro and Hitoshi IIZUMI: Magnitude of within-patch variation in seagrass Halophila ovalis growth affected by adjacent Thalassia hemprichii vegetation. Ecological Research, 15, 415-424, 2000.
  25. NAKAOKA, Masahiro, Naoko KOUCHI and Keiko AIOI: Growth and shoot dynamics of Zostera caulescens Miki in Funakoshi Bay, Japan: how does it maintain high canopy structure? Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 7, 103-106, 2000.
  26. NAKAOKA, Masahiro and Chatcharee SUPANWANID: Quantitative estimation of the distribution and biomass of seagrass at Haad Chao Mai National Park, Trang Province, Thailand. Kasetsart University Fishery Research Bulletin, 22, 10-22, 2000.
  27. NAKAOKA, Masahiro and Tetsuhiko TOYOHARA: Effects of seagrass patch structure on the mobile epifaunal community in a subtidal seagrass meadow in Thailand. Benthos Research, 55, 53-61, 2000.
  28. NISHIDA, Shuhei: Net-zooplankton biomass in the Oyashio region: Vertical structure and relevant factors (in Japanese). Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan, 47, 125-128, 2000.
  29. OKUTANI, Takashi, KatsunoriFUJIKURA and Shigeaki KOJIMA: New taxa and review of vesicomyid bivalves collected from the Northwest Pacific by deep sea research systems of Japan Marine Science & Technology Center. Venus (The Japanese Journal of Malacology), 59, 83-101, 2000.
  30. SAITO, Michiko, Shigeaki KOJIMA and Kazuyoshi ENDO: Mitochondrial COI sequences of brachiopods: genetic code shared with protostomes and limits of utility for phylogenetic reconstruction. Moleclar Phylogenetics and Evolution, 15, 331-344, 2000.
  31. SHIMANAGA, Motohiro and Yoshihisa SHIRAYAMA: Response of benthic organisms to seasonal change of organic matter deposition in the bathyal Sagami Bay, Central Japan. Oceanologica Acta, 23, 91-107, 2000.
  32. SHIMANAGA, Motohiro, Hiroshi KITAZOTO and Yoshihisa SHIRAYAMA: Seasonal patterns of vertical distribution between meiofaunal groups in relation to phytodetritus deposition in the bathyal Sagami Bay, Central Japan. Journal of Oceanography, 56, 379-387, 2000.
  33. TAKAHASHI, Akinori, Katsufumi SATO, Jun NISHIKAWA, Michiharu KOUNO and Yasuhiko NAITO: Distribution and size of Adelie penguin colonies in Amundsen Bay=81CEnderby Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Record, 44, 38-41, 2000.
  34. TAKAHASHI, Shin, Shinsuke TANABE and Kouichi KAWAGUCHI: Organochlorine and butyltin residues in mesopelagic myctophid fishes from the western North Pacific. Environmental Science & Technology, 34, 5129-5136, 2000.
  35. TAKEDA, Masatsune, Jun HASHIMOTO and Suguru OHTA: A new species of the family Bythograeidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) from the hydrothermal vents along volcanic front of the Philippine Sea Plate. Bulletin of National Science Museum Series A, 26, 159-172, 2000.
  36. TOYOHARA, Tetsuhiko, Naoko KOUCHI and Masahiro NAKAOKA: Ecology of epiphytic animals in seagrass beds (in Japanese with English abstract). Aquabiology, 22, 557-565, 2000.
  37. TSUCHIDA, Eiji: Present state of studies on deep-sea shellfishes in Japan (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 20, 25-39, 2000.
  38. TSUCHIDA, Eiji, Taiji KUROZUMI and Takenori SASAKI: Fauna of marine mollusks of the sea around Otsuchi Bay, Iwate Prefecture (9) Supplement-1 (in Japanese with English abstract). Otsuchi Marine Science, 25, 7-22, 2000.
  39. TSUCHIDA, Eiji, Hiroshi SAITO and Takenori SASAKI: Review: history and present state of Malacology in Japan (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 20, 5-8, 2000.
  40. WATANABE, Masako and Masahiro NAKAOKA: Environmental and biological factors affecting distribution and productivity of seagrasses (in Japanese with English abstract). Aquabiology, 22, 533-541, 2000.
  41. UEMURA, Masateru, Hiroaki SOMIYA, Masatoshi MOKU and Kouichi KAWAGUCHI: Temporal and mosaic distribution of large ganglion cells in the retina of a daggertooth aulopiform deep-sea fish (Anotopterus pharao). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London B (2000) 355, 1161-1166, 2000.
  42. UOTANI, Itsuro, Atsushi FUKUI, Hirotaka KOBAYASHI, Hiroshi SAITO and Kouichi KAWAGUCHI: The intensity of scattered light in turbid seawater is a major factor in the turbiditaxis of Japanese anchovy larvae. Fisheries Science, 66, 294-298, 2000.
  43. WATANABE, Masako, Masahiro NAKAOKA and Hiroshi MUKAI: Growth and productivity of Zostera asiatica and Zostera marina in Akkeshi, northern Japan. Biologia Marina Mediterranea , 7, 156-159, 2000.

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Marine Life Science

  1. ABE, Jun, Yukihiro KITADE, Kazuyoshi KUWANO, Toshiki WATANABE and Naotsune SAGA: Isolation of a cDNA encoding a homologue of ribosomal protein L36 in a marine green alga, Enteromorpha compressa. DNA Research, 7:309-313, 2000.
  2. AOYAMA, Jun, Shun Watanabe, Mutsumi NISHIDA, and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Discrimination of catadromous eels of genus Anguilla using polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of the mitochondrial 16S ribosomal RNA domain. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 129: 873-878, 2000.
  3. AOYAMA, Jun, Shun WATANABE, Satoshi ISHIKAWA, Mutsumi NISHIDA, and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Are morphological characters distinctive enough to discriminate between two species of freshwater eels, Anguilla celebesensis and A. interioris? Icthyological Research, 47:157-161, 2000.
  4. AOYAMA, Jun, Shun WATANABE, Takeshi MIYAI, Seiji SASAI, Mutsumi NISHIDA, and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: The European eel, Anguilla anguilla (L.), in Japanese waters. Dana, 12:1-5, 2000.
  5. AOYAMA, Jun, Shun WATANABE, Satoshi ISHIKAWA, Mutsumi NISHIDA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Are morphological characters distinctive enough to discriminate between two species of freshwater eels, Anguilla celebesensis and A. interioris ? Icthyological Research, 47, 157-161, 2000.
  6. AOYAMA, Jun,=81@Shun WATANABE, Mutsumi NISHIDA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Discrimination of catadromous eels of genus Anguilla using polymorphism analysis of the mitochondrial 16S ribosomal RNA domain. Transactions of American Fisheries Society, 129, 873-878, 2000.
  7. AOYAMA, Jun, Shun WATANABE, Takeshi MIIYAI, Seiji SASAI, Mutsumi NISHIDA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: The European eel, Anguilla anguilla (L) in Japanese waters, DANA, 12, 1-5, 2000.
  8. ARAI, Takaomi, Daniel LIMBONG and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Validation of otolith daily increments in the tropical eel, Anguilla celebesensis. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 78, 1078-1084, 2000.
  9. ARAI, Takaomi, Tsuguo OTAKE and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Timing of metamorphosis and larval segregation of the Atlantic eels Anguilla rostrata and A. anguilla, as revealed by otolith microstructure and microchemistry. Marine Biology, 137, 39-45, 2000.
  10. DOU, Shuozeng, Tadahisa SEIKAI and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Feeding behaviour of Japanese flounder larvae under laboratory conditions. Journal of Fish Biology, 56, 654-666, 2000.
  11. DOU, Shuozeng, Tadahisa SEIKAI and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Cannibalism in Japanese flounder juvenile, Paralichthys olivaceus, reared under controlled conditions. Aquaculture, 182, 149-159, 2000.
  12. FURUSHIMA, Yasuo, Teruhisa KOMATSU and Mineo OKAMOTO: A simple and convenient mesurement method of water motion in situ (in Japanese). Proceeding of Japanese Society of Fisheries Engineering in 2000, 217-220, 2000.
  13. ENDO, Hirotoshi, Hiromichi NAGASAWA and Toshiki WATANABE: Isolation of a cDNA encoding a CHH-family peptide from the silkworm Bombyx mori. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 30:355-361, 2000.
  14. ENDO, Hirotoshi, Petra PERSSON and Toshiki WATANABE: Molecular cloning of the crustacean DD4 cDNA encoding a Ca2+-binding protein. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 276:286-291, 2000.
  15. FURUSHIMA, Yasuo, Teruhisa KOMATSU and Mineo OKAMOTO: Attempt to achieve simple measurements of water motion in shallow areas, Ocean 2000 Marine Technology Society/IEEE Conference Proceedings, 2, 993-997,.2000.
  16. FURUTA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Feeding behavioiur of hatchery-reared juveniles of the Japanese flounder following a period of starvation. Aquaculture, 190, 129-138, 2000.
  17. HONDA, Sinji, Masahide KASHIWAGI, Kentaro MIYAMOTO, Yoshio TAKEI and Shigehisa HIROSE: Multiplicity, structures, and endocrine and exocrine natures of eel fucose-binding lectins. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 275, 33151-33157, 2000.
  18. IGUCHI, Kei-ichiro and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Genetic biogeography among insular populations of the amphidromous fish Plecoglossus altivelis assessed from mitochondrial DNA analysis. Conservation Genetics, 1:147-156, 2000.
  19. IKENOUE, Shoichi and Teruhisa KOMATSU: Forecasting for the catch of yellowtail larva by a neural network (in Japanese). Fisheries Biology and Oceanography in the Kuroshio, 1, 39-43, 2000.
  20. INOUE, Jun, Masaki MIYA, Katsumi TSUKAMOTO and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of the Japanese sardine, Sardinops melanostictus. Fisheries Science, 66, 924-932, 2000.
  21. ISHIDA, Kenichi: Squid politics - over tiny but attractive stone, in "A guide and case book:What is the case method? (4th ed.)", 53-64,Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development, Tokyo, 2000.
  22. ISHIDA, Kenichi and Bachtiar GAFA : Study on the application of participatory planning with reference to the small-scale fishery in northern Sulawesi, Indonesia (in Japanese with English Abstract). Japanese Society of Civil Engineering. Ocean Development, 16, 547-552, 2000.
  23. ISHIDA, Kenichi, Hideo YAMANAKA, Michihiro YAMAMOTO : An application of participatory planning using "Project Cycle Management (PCM)" to the project design of public involvement (in Japanese). Japanese Society of Civil Engineering. Proceeding of 23rd Engineering Planning Conference, 23(1),11-14, 2000.
  24. ISHIKAWA, Satoshi, Yobuo KIMURA, Tadashi TOKAI, Katsumi TSUKAMOTO and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Gene rearrangement around the control region in the mitochondrial genome of conger eel Conger yriaster. Fisheries Science, 66, 1186-1188, 2000.
  25. ISHIKAWA, Satoshi, Jun AOYAMA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Traditional sampling gear for Yellow eel in Japan. Fisheries Research Report Series, Proceeding of a Workshop "Strategies and Techniques for Sampling Adult Anguillid Eels" held at NSW Fisheries Research Institute, 5, 110-115, 2000.
  26. ISHIKAWA, Satoshi, Takeshi MIIYAI and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Comparison of techniques for preparing Japanese eel otolith for aging. Fisheries Research Report Series, Proceeding of a Workshop "Strategies and Techniques for Sampling Adult Anguillid Eels" held at NSW Fisheries Research Institute, 5, 123-131, 2000.
  27. KINOSHITA, Eizo, Satoshi SUZUKI, Hanya TAMURA, Masatake NAKANISHI, Shinei TAKANO, Keishi TANIMOTO, Satoru FUJII, Mamoru TANIGUCHI, Hideo YAMANAKA, Kenichi ISHIDA, Koh KISHIBE, Ryosuke ANDO : Problem and prospect of the group decision making in the participation planning. Japanese Society of Civil Engineering. Proceeding of 23rd Engineering Planning Conference, 23, 1-7, 2000.
  28. KOIKE Toshimichi, Machiko OYA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Effect of the release site and developmental stage on the return of the preadult masu salmon released with the fluorescent otolith tag in the Kaji River (in Japanese with English Abstract). Report of Niigata Prefectural Inland Water Fisheries Experiment Station, 24, 1-9, 2000.
  29. KOMATSU, Teruhisa. and Masahiro NAKAOKA: Water flow and sedimentation rate in seagrass beds off Khao Bae Na in Trang Province, Thailand. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 7, 240-242, 2000.
  30. KOMATSU, Teruhisa and Hiroya YAMANO: Influence of seagrass vegetation on bottom topography and sediment distribution on a small spatial scale in the Dravuni Island Lagoon, Fiji. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 7, 243-246, 2000.
  31. KUMAZAWA, Yoshinori and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Molecular phylogeny of osteoglossoids: a new model for Gondwanian origin and plate tectonic transportation of the Asian arowana. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 17: 1869-1878, 2000.
  32. KUMAZAWA, Yoshinori and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Molecular phylogenetic analysis of vertebrate radiations. in IIAS Reports, No.1999-003 (ed. K. Iwatsuki), International Institute for Advanced Studies, Kyoto, pp.137-142, 2000.
  33. KUWADA, Hiroshi, Reiji MASUDA, Satoshi SHIOZAWA, Takayuki KOGANE, Keinosuke IMAIZUMI and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Effect of fish size, handling stress and training procedure on the swimming behavior of hatchery-reared striped jack: implications for stock enhancement. Aquaculture, 185, 245- 256, 2000.
  34. MASUDA Reiji and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Onset of association behavior in striped jack, Pseudocaranx dentex., in relation to floating objects. Fishery Bulletin, 98, 864-869, 2000.
  35. MATSUURA, Keiichi, Gento SHINOHARA, Katsutoshi ARAI, and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Fishes from the inside moats of the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan. Memoir of the National Science Museum, Tokyo, (35):57-68, 2000.
  36. MIYA, Masaki and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Use of mitogenomic information in teleostean molecular phylogenetics: A tree-based exploration under the maximum-parsimony optimality criterion. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 17:437-455, 2000.
  37. MIYA, Masaki and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Molecular systematics of the deep-sea fish genus Gonostoma (Stomiiformes: Gonostomatidae): two paraphyletic clades and resurrection of Sigmops. Copeia, 2000:378-389, 2000.
  38. MIYAZAKI, Taeko, Satoshi SHIOZAWA, Takayuki KOGANE, Reiji MASUDA, Keigo MARUYAMA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Developmental changes of the light intensity threshold for school formation in the striped jack Pseudocaranx dentex. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 192, 267-275, 2000.
  39. MIYAZAKI,Taeko, Reiji MASUDA, Sinpei
    SMITH, Michael P., TAKEI, Yoshio and Ken R. OLSON: Similarity of vasorelaxant effects of natriuretic peptides in isolataed blood vessels of salmonids. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73, 494-500, 2000.
  40. SUGA Hiroshi, Daisuke HOSHIYAMA, Shigehiro KURAKU, Kazutaka KATOH, Kaoru KUBOKAWA and Takashi MIYATA: Proteine tyrosin kinase cDNAs from apmphioxus, hagfish and lamprey:isoform duplications around the divergence of cyclostomes and gnathostomes, Journal of Molecular Evolution, 49:601-608, 2000.
  41. 西田 睦:遺伝子から探る生物多様性.『水と生命の生態学』,日高敏隆(編), 講談社,東京,pp.36-52, 2000.
  42. SUGAWARA, Akihito, Teruhisa KOMATSU and Masabumi SETO: Study on the zonation of macro algae. III. Fluid forces on juvenile plants of Eisenia bicyclis Setchell and Ecklonia cava Kjellman (in Japanese with English Abstract). Japanese Society of Civil Engineering, Ocean Development, 16, 351-355, 2000.
  43. TAKEI, Yoshio: Structural and functional evolution of the natriuretic peptide system in vertebrates. International Review of Cytology, 194,1-66,2000.
  44. TAKEI, Yoshio: Comparative physiology of body fluid regulation in vertebrates with special reference to thirst regulation. Japanese Journal of Physiology, 50, 171-186, 2000.
  45. TAKEI, Yoshio and Takamasa TSUCHIDA: Role of the renin-angiotensin system in drinking of seawater-adapted eels, Anguilla japonica: A reevaluation. American Journal of Physiology, 279, R1105-R1111, 2000.
  46. TSUKAMOTO, Katsumi: The eel: Mystery of the great migration. Proceedings of International Ocean Symposium '99, 164-186, 2000.
  47. TSUKAMOTO, Katsumi: The eel: Mystery of the great migration (in Japanese). In: 50 Sugesstions for Saving the Earth - Challenges of Agriculture in the 21th Century, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo (ed.), Sekaiibunkasha, 50-59, 2000.
  48. TSUKAMOTO Katsumi: The eel: Dream of the great migration (in Japanese). In: The Open Lecture of The University of Tokyo "Dream", University of Tokyo Press, 191-231, 2000.
  49. TSUKAMOTO Katsumi: Migration of the ayu (in Japanese). In: Natural History of Fish Larvale and Juveniles - Spectral Ichtyology, T. Senda, T. Minami and I. Kinoshita (eds.), Hokkaido University Press, 145-170, 2000.
  50. UCHIDA, Katsuhisa, Toyoji KANEKO, Hiroaki MIYAZAKI, Sanae HASEGAWA and Tetsuya HIRANO: Excellent salinity tolerance of Mozambique Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus): Elevated chloride cell activity in the branchial and opercular epithelia of the fish adapted to concentrated seawater. Zoological Science, 17,149-160, 2000.
  51. YAMAGUCHI Motoomi, Masaki MIYA, Muneo OKIYAMA and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Molecular phylogeny and larval morphological diversity of the lanternfish genus Hygophum (Teleostei: Myctophidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 15:103-114, 2000.
  52. YAMANAKA, Hideo, Toshio SAWADA, Yasunori KOZUKI, Mahito KAMADA, Kenichi ISHIDA, Yukikazu YAMAGUCHI and Yuichi TANAKA : An analysis of rice-terrace conservation strategy based on the project-cycle-management method (in Japanese with English Abstract). Japanese Society of Civil Engineering. Environmental Systems Research. 28, 255-266,2000.
  53. YOSHINAGA, Tasuki, Atsushi HAGIWARA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Effect of periodical starvation on the life history of Brachionus plicatilis O.F. Muller (Rotifera): a possible strategy for population stability. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 253, 253-260, 2000.
  54. WARNE, Justin M., Susumu HYODO, Karen HARDING and Richard J. BALMENT: Cloning of provatocin and pro-isotocin cDNAs from the flounder Platichthys flesus, levels of hypothalamic mRNA following acute osmotic challenge. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 119, 77-84, 2000.
  55. WATANABE Katsutoshi, Kei-ichiro IGUCHI, Kazumi HOSOYA, and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Phylogenetic relationships of the Japanese minnows, Pseudorasbora (Cyprinidae), as inferred from mitochondrial 16SrRNA gene sequences. Ichthyological Research, 47:43-50, 2000.
  56. WATANABE, Toshiki: Recent developments in biomineralization research (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly, 32:355-359, 2000.
  57. WATANABE, Toshiki, Hirotoshi ENDO and Yasuaki TAKAGI: A search for genes involved in calcification of the crustacean exoskeleton (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly, 32:398-404, 2000.
  58. WATANABE, Toshiki, Petra PERSSON, Hirotoshi ENDO and Michiko KONO: Molecular analysis of two genes, DD9A and B, which are expressed during the postmolt stage in the decapod crustacean Penaeus japonicus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 125B:127-136, 2000.

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Marine Biological Resources

  1. KIMURA,Shingo and Takashige SUGIMOTO: Two processes by which short-period fluctuations in the meander of the Kuroshio affect its countercurrent, Deep-Sea Research,47,745-754,2000.
  2. KIMURA, Ryo, Yoshiro WATANABE, and Hiromu ZENITANI: Nutritional condition of first-feeding larvae of sardine caught in the Kuroshio current areas. ICES Journal of Marine Science 57, 240-248, 2000.
  3. OOZEKI,Yoshioki and Yoshiro WATANABE. Somatic and otolith growth of Pacific saury, Cololabis saira, larvae under different temperature conditions. Marine Biology, 136, 349-359, 2000.
  4. Matsuda H, Yahara T & Kaneko Y ed.: Special Feature: Extinction Risk Assessment of Threatened Species, Population Ecology42=81F3-80. 2000.
  5. Matsuda H :Environmental Ecology: A synthesis of sustainable fisheries, biodiversity conservation, ecosystem management and environmental impact assessment" Kyoritsu, Tokyo, 1-281. (In Japanese).2000.
  6. NKATA,Hideaki,Shingo KIMURA, Yuji OKAZAKI and Akihide KASAI: Implications of meso-scale eddies caused by frontal disturbances of the Kuroshio Current for anchovy recruitment, ICES Journal of Marine Science,57,143-152,2000.
  7. SAINZ-TRANGA ,Susana. and Takashige SUGIMOTO: Three dimensional velocity field and cross-frontal water exchange in the Kuroshio Extension. Journal of Oceanography,56,79-92,2000.
  8. SARUWATARI, Toshiro, Ichiro OOHARA, James W. ORR, Robert M. McDOWALL, and Takanori KOBAYASHI: Phylogeny of lower Euteleosts reconstructed from mtDNA analysis. DNA Polymorphism 8: 96-101, 2000
  9. SUGIMOTO,Takashige and Kazuaki TADOKORO:Decadal-interdecadal variations in the plankton biomass and its environment in the plankton biomass and its environment in the Western North Pacific. Bull .Japanese Soc.Fish. Oceanogr.,64,2-7,2000.
  10. TAKAMI, Hideki, Tomohiko KAWAMURA, and Yoh Yamashita: Starvation tolerance of newly metamorphosed abalone Haliotis discus hannai. Fisheries Research, 66(6), 1180-1182, 2000.
  11. WATANABE, Satoshi, Masako HARA, and Yoshiro WATANABE: Male internal fertilization and introsperm-like sperm of the seaweed pipefish (Syngnathus schlegeli). Zoological Science 17(6), 759-767, 2000.
  12. TSUDA,Atsushi, Hiroya SUGISAKI and Shingo KIMURA:Mosaic horizontal distributions of three species of copepods in the subarcfic Pacific during spring, Marine Biology,137,683-689,2000.
  13. KITAGAWA,Takashi,Hideaki NAKATA, Shingo KIMURA, Tomiyuki ITOH,Sachiko TSUJI and Akira NITTA:Effect of ambient temperature on the vertical distribution and movement of Pacific bluefin tuna(Thunnus thynnus orientalis), Marine Ecology Progress Series,206,251-260,2000.
  14. YAMAGUCHI, Motoomi, Masaki MIYA, Muneo OKIYAMA, and Mutsumi NISHIDA:=81@ Molecular phylogeny and larval diversity of the lanternfish genus Hygophum (Teleostei: Myctophidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 15(1): 103-114, 2000
  15. YAMAGUCHI, Motoomi: Phylogenetic Analysis of Myctophid Fishes using Morphological Characters: Progress, Problems, and Future Perspectives (in Japanese with English summary). Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 47(2): 87-107, 2000

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Otsuchi Marine Research Center

  1. AMANO Masao Marine life science AMANO, Masao, Miho MARUI., Tamara GUENTHER, Hiroshi OHIZUMI, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: Re-evaluation of geographic variation in the white flank patch of dalli-type Dall's porpoise. Mar. Mamm. Sci., 16, 631-636, 2000.
  2. AMANO, Masao, Haruka ITO, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: Geographic and temporal comparison of skulls of striped dolphins off the Pacific coast of Japan. J. Cetacean Res. Manag., 2, 37-44, 2000.
  3. AMANO, Masao, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI, and Evgeny A. PETROV: Age determination and growth of Baikal seals (Phoca sibrica). Advances in Ecological Research, 31, 449-462, 2000.
  4. AMANO, Masao, Yasuhiro KOYAMA, Evgeny A. PETROV, Azusa HAYANO, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: Morphometric comparison of skulls of seals of the subgenus Pusa. In Lake Baikal K. Minoura (ed.), Elsevier Sciences, Amsterdam, 315-323, 2000.
  5. ANBO, Ayako, Hideki NAGASHIMA and Hirotaka OTOBE: Characteristics of water temperature variation in Otsuchi Bay, KAIYO Monthly, 32, 824-830, 2000.
  6. ARAI, Takaomi, Tsuguo Otake and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Timing of metamorphosis and larval segregation of the Atlantic eels, Anguilla rostrata and A. anguilla, as revealed by otolith microstructure and microchemistry. Marine Biology, 137, 39-45, 2000.
  7. MINH, T. Binh, Haruhiko NAKATA, Mafumi WATANABE, Shinsuke TANABE, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI, Thomas A. JEFFERSON, Maricar S. PRUDENTE, and An. SUBRAMANIAN: Isomer-specific accumulation and toxic assessment of polychlorinated biphenyls, including coplanar congeners, in cetaceans from the North Pacific and Asian coastal waters. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 39: 398-410, 2000.
  8. MINH, T, Binh, Maricar S. PRUDENTE, Mafumi WATANABE, Shinsuke TANABE, Haruhiko NAKATA, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI, Thomas A. JEFFERSON, and An. SUBRAMANIAN: Recent contamination of persistent chlorinated endocrine disrupters in cetaceans from the North Pacific and Asian coastal waters. Water Science and Technology, 47(7-8): 231-240, 2000.
  9. MINH, T. Binh, Mafumi WATANABE, Shinsuke TANABE, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI, Thomas A. JEFFERSON, Maricar S. PRUDENTE, An. SUBRAMANIAN, S. KARUPPIAH: Widespread contamination by tris(4-chlorophenyl)methane and tris(4-chlorophenyl)methanol in ceatceans from the North Pacific and Asian coastal waters. Environmental Pollution, 110: 459-468, 2000.
  10. MIYAZAKI, Nobuyuki: Mammalia. Natural History of Chiba Prefecture (in Japanese). 7: 723, 2000.
  11. MIYAZAKI, Nobuyuki: Cetacea. Natural History of Chiba Prefecture (in Japanese). 7: 733-746, 2000.
  12. MIYAZAKI, Nobuyuki: Life history of Seals in the Lake Baikal and their environmental condition (in Japanese). Iden, 54 (12): 11-16, 2000.
  13. MIYAZAKI Nobuyuki Marine life science TSUTSUI, Shigeyuki, Tadao FURUYA, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: First record of a minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) in association with a school of Dall's porpoises (Phocoenoides dalli) off Muroran, Hokkaido, Japan. Otsuchi Marine Science, 25: 27-31, 2000.
  14. MURAYAMA, Emi, Yasuaki TAKAGI and Hiromichi NAGASAWA: Molecular mechanisms of otolith formation in teleost fishes (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly, 32, 391-397, 2000.
  15. MURAYAMA, Emi, Atsuro OKUNO, Tsuyoshi OHIRA, Yasuaki TAKAGI and Hiromichi NAGASAWA: Molecular cloning and expression of an otolith matrix protein cDNA from the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B, 126, 511-520, 2000.
  16. NAGASAWA, Kazuo, Tadasu, K. YAMADA, Toshiaki KURAMOCHI, Masao AMANO, Yuko TAJIMA, Michiru OGINO, Junji, SHINDO, Kazumi ARAI, Suburu, OBA: Cetacean strandings in the coast of Yamagata Prefecture, Japan during 1998-1999 (in Japanese). Nihonkai Cetology, 10, 5-10, 2000.
  17. NAKATA, Haruhiko, Shinsuke TANABE, Hisato IWATA, Masao AMANO, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: Contamination of the ecosystems of Lake Baikal by persistent organochlorines. In Lake Baikal, K. Minoura (ed.), Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 281-298, 2000.
  18. OHIZUMI, Hiroshi, Toshiaki KURAMOCHI, Masao AMANO, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: Prey switching of Dall's porpoise Phocoenoides dalli with population decline of Japanese pilchard Sardinops melanostictus around Hokkaido, Japan. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 200, 265-275, 2000.
  19. OTOBE, Hirotaka Marine life science OTOBE, Hirotaka, Yasuaki TAKAGI and Ayako ANBO: Relationship Between Homing Behavior of Chum Salmon Oncorhynchus keta Returning to Sanriku Coast and Sea and Weather Condition. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 66 (4), 705-712, 2000.
  20. Physical Oceanography IWASAKA, Naoto, Yuichi ISOZAKI, Susumu KUWASHIMA, Hirotaka, OTOBE and Kimio HANAWA: Observational study on the downward solar radiation at the sea surface in the Western Pacific. Jounal of Oceanography, 56, 717-726, 2000.
  21. OTOBE, Hirotaka, Mariko OHTSUKI, Koichi MORITA, Masataka KUROSAWA, Yukichi IWAWA Kozi KASHIWAZAKI and Masazo KUROSAWA: Results of oceanographic and meteorological observation in Otsuchi Bay (in Japanese). Otsuchi, Marine Science. 25, 75-89, 2000.
  22. TAKAGI, Yasuaki Marine life science TAKAGI, Yasuaki: Ultrastructural immunolocalization of the otolith water-soluble-matrix in the inner ear of rainbow trout just-hatched fry. Fisheries Science, 66, 71-77, 2000.
  23. TAKAGI, Yasuaki, Katsuaki ISHII, Noriaki OZAKI and Hiromichi NAGASAWA: Immunolocalization of gastrolith matrix protein (GAMP) in the gastroliths and exoskeleton of crayfish, Procambarus clarkii. Zoological Science, 17, 179-184, 2000.
  24. TAKAGI, Yasuaki: Cellular contributions to the otolith formation in teleosts: A review. Otsuchi Marine Science, (25), 1-6, 2000.
    TAKAGI, Yasuaki, Kou ISHIDA and Yasuo MUGIYA: Carbohydrates of the otolith organ in the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, detected by lectins. Fisheries Science, 66, 933-939, 2000.
  25. TAKAHASHI, Shin, L.T. H. Le, H. SAEKI, Haruhiko NAKATA, Shinsuke TANABE, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI and Yoshihiro FUJISE: Accumulation of butyltin compounds and total tin in marine mammals. Watar Science and echnology, 42(7-8): 97-108, 2000.
  26. TAKAOMI, Arai Marine life science ARAI, Takaomi, Daniel LIMBONG, Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Validation of otolith daily increments in the tropical eel Anguilla celebesensis. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 78, 1078-1084, 2000.
  27. TANAKA, Hideji, Yasuaki TAKAGI and Yasuhiko NAITO: Behavioural thermoregulation of chum salmon during homing migration in coastal waters. Journal of Experimental Biology, 203, 1825-1833, 2000.
  28. TANAKA, Hideji, Yasuaki TAKAGI and Yasuhiko NAITO: Studies on the swim behaviour of chum salmon using micro data loggers in coastal waters (in Japanese). Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 66, 917-917, 2000.

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Center for Environmental Research

  1. FUJIO, Shinzou, Daigo YANAGIMOTO and Keisuke TAIRA: Deep current structure above the Izu-Ogasawara Trench. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105, 6377-6386, 2000.
  2. IMASATO, Norihisa, Taiyo KOBAYASHI and Shinzou FUJIO: Study of water motion at the dissolved oxygen minimum layer and local oxygen consumption rate from the Lagrangian viewpoint. Journal of Oceanography, 56, 361-377, 2000.
  3. SAKASHIMA, Toshihiko, Kentaro TERADA , Toru TAKESHITA , Yasutaka HAYASAKA, Yuji SANO , Hiroshi HIDAKA and Yoshio TAKAHASHI : SHRIMP U-Pb ages of the Karasaki mylonites in western Shikoku, Japan. (in Japanese with English abstract) The Memoirs of the Geological Society of Japan, 56, 169-182, 2000.
  4. SANO, Yuji, Hiroshi HIDAKA , Kentaro TERADA , Hiroshi SHIMIZU and Morihisa SUZUKI : Ion microprobe U-Pb zircon geochronology of the Hida gneiss: Finding of the oldest minerals in Japan. Geochemical Journal, 34, 135-153, 2000.
  5. SANO, Yuji, Kentaro TERADA , Setsuo TAKENO , A Lawrence TAYLOR , Y Harry Jr MCSWEEN : Ion microprobe U-Th-Pb dating of Shergotty phosphates. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 35, 341-346, 2000.
  6. TAKAHATA, Naoto and Yuji SANO : Helium flux from a sedimentary basin. Applied Radiation and Isotopes, 52, 985-992, 2000.

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