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ORI Publication Lists (Scientific Articles) 1999


Physical Oceanography
Chemical Oceanography
Ocean Floor Geoscience
Marine Ecosystem Dynamics
Marine Life Science
Living Marine Resources

Physical Oceanography

  1. CHUDA, Takashi : Vertical fine structures in the troposphere (in Japanese), Tenki, 46, 238-239, 1999.
  2. GUO, Xueliang, Hiroshi NIINO and Ryuji KIMURA : Numerical simulation of a downburst-producing convective storm: Some preliminary results, Proceedings of Workshop on Mathematical Aspects of Thermal Convection Dynamics -- Structure and Flow Fields --, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, 1115, 165-180, 1999.
  3. GUO, Xueliang, Hiroshi NIINO and Ryuji KIMURA, 1999: Numerical modelling on a hazardous microburst-producing hailstorm, Proceedings of International Symposium on Digital Earth, Science Press, Beijing, 383-398.
  4. IWASAKA, Naoto, Hirotaka. OTOBE and Momoko AOSHIMA, Field experiments of a compact, self-contained surface meteorological observation system for Merchant ships (in Japanese with English abstract), Journal of the Tokyo University of Merchantile Marine (Natural Sciences) 50, 13-24, 1999.
  5. TOYODA, Eizi , Hiroshi NIlNO, Kazuhisa TSUBOKI, Ryuji KIMURA and Masanori YOSHIZAKI: Mid-tropospheric anticyclonic vortex street associated with a cloud band near a cold front. Joumal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 56, 2637-2656, 1999.
  6. KISHI, Michio J., and Shinzou FUJIO: Estimation of Spawning Area of the Japanese Eel, Anguilla japonica, by numerical experiment. Umi-no-Kenkyu, 8, 2, 129-133, 1999.
  7. MORI, Atsushi and Hiroshi NIINO : Formation process of horizontal convection, Proceedings of Workshop on Mathematical Aspects of Thermal Convection Dynamics--Structure and Flow Fields (in Japanese), Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, 1115,135-152, 1999.
  8. MOURI, Hideaki, Hiroto KUBOTANI, Tokunosuke FUJITANl, Hiroshi NIlNO and Masanori TAKAOKA : Wavelet analyses of velocities in laboratory isotropic turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics , 389, 229 - 254, 1999.
  9. NIINO, Hiroshi: Unveiling the mystery of tornadoes (in Japanese), Parity, 14, 61-65, 1999.
  10. NIINO, Hiroshi and Akira NODA : Numerical simulation of a mini-supercell over Kanto plain on 19 September 1990. Proceedings of Workshop on Mesoscale Numerical Weather Prediction and its Applications, Japan Meteor. Agency and Ship & Ocean Foundation, 69-72, 1999.
  11. NOGUCHI, Takashi and Hiroshi NIINO : Double diffusive convection in the oceans and laboratory (in Japanese), Proceedings of Workshop on Mathematical Aspects of Thermal Convection Dynamics--Structure and Flow Fields, Research lristitute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, 1115,153-164, 1999.
  12. OTOBE, Hirotaka, Mariko OHTSUKI, Koichi MORITA, Masataka KUROSAWA, Yukichi IWAWA and Kouzo KASIWAZAKl, Results of oceanographic and meteorological observation in Otsuchi Bay (in Japanese), Otsuchi, Marine Research Center Report , 24, 58-72, 1999.
  13. TAIRA, Keisuke: Ocean forecasting -The goal of Global Ocean Observing System (in Japanese). Trends in the Sciences, 4, 8, 16-19, 1999. TAIRA, Keisuke: Mechanism of ocean currents. Kowan, Japan Port and Harbour Association, 76, 6-9, 1999.
  14. TAIRA, Keisuke: Prospect of Ocean Science in Japan. Proceedings of the International Symposium, A Prospect of Ocean Science and Technology in the 21st Century. Korea Maritime University, Pusun, Korea, 15-24, 1999.
  15. YAMASHIRO, Toru, Akio MAEDA, Masahito SAKURAI and Masaki KAWABE: Fluctuations of current velocity and temperature related with the Kuroshio path variation in the Tokara Strait. The 10th PAMS/JECSS Workshop Extended Abstract, A20-A23, 1999.

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Chemical Oceanography

  1. ALIBO, Dia Sotto, Yoshiyuki NOZAKI and Catherine JEANDEL: Indium and yttrium in North Atlantic and Mediterranean waters: comparison to the Pacific data. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 63, 1991-1999, 1999.
  2. ALIBO. Dia Sotto and Yoshiyuki NOZAKI : Rare earth elements in seawater: Particle association, shale-normalization, and Ce oxidation, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta , 63, 363-372, 1999
  3. DOUVILLE, E. , P. BIENVENU, J-L. CHARLOU, J-P. DONVAL, Y. FOUQUET, P. APPRIOU, Toshitaka GAMO: Yttrium and rare earth elements in fluids from various deep-sea hydrothermal systems. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta , 63, 627-643, 1999.
  4. FUJIMOTO, Hiromi, Machilde CANNAT, Kantaro FUJIOKA, Toshitaka GAMO, Chris GERMAN, Catherine MEVEL, Ute MUENCH, Suguru OHTA, Masahisa OYAIZU, Lindsay PARSON, Roger SEARLE, Yoshiki SOHRIN, and Tomohiro YAMA-ASHI: First submersible investigation of mid-ocean ridges in the Indian Ocean. InterRidge News, 8(1), 22-24, 1999.
  5. GAMO, Toshitaka: Global warming may have slowed down the deep conveyor belt of a marginal sea of the northwestern Pacific: Japan Sea. Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 3141-3144, 1999.
  6. GAMO, Toshitaka: Looking into the earth interior through windows of the deep seafloor---methane seepage from the Nankai Trough(in Japanese with English abstract). Journal of the Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology , 64, 173-183, 1999.
  7. GAMO, Toshitaka: Deep seafloor hydrothermal systems: an overview(in Japanese with English abstract).Vica Origino, 27(3) , 149-170, 1999.
  8. ISHIBASHI, Junichiro, Kei OKAMURA. Daisuke TSUMUNE, Koichi NAKAMURA, Tetsuro URABE, Kiminori SHITASHIMA, K. ROE, J.P. COWEN, D. A. BUTTERFIELD, Toshitaka GAMO: Geochemical studies of hydrothermal activities along the S-EPR by Shinkai 6500 (2)(in Japanese with English abstract) . JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research , 14, 53-59, 1999.
  9. ISHIBASHI, Junichiro and Toshitaka GAMO: Circulation and enrichment of chemical elements due to submarine hydrothermal activity (in Japanese). Kagaku-Kogyo , 50, 352-357, 1999.
  10. KOIKE, Isao: Evaluation of the roles of microorganisms in marine ecosystems - Progress during the last half of this century (In Japanese) . Kaiyo-to-Seibutsu, 21, 130-135, 1999
  11. KOIKE, Isao: Element cycles and biological activities in the benthic boundary layer - Background and problems (In Japanese). Kaiyo-to- Seibutsu, 21, 410-411, 1999.
  12. KOIKE, Isao: Interactions between element cycles and microbial metabolisms in the ocean (In Japanese). Umi-no-Kenkyu, 8,417-427, 1999.
  13. MITA, Hajime, Nobue FUKUNAGA, Akira SHIMOYAMA: Characterization of dicarboxylic acids in the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary sediments at Kawaruppu, Hokkaido, Japan, and comparison with those of carbonaceous chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 62, 3695-3702, 1998.
  14. MIYAJIMA, Toshihiro, Eitaro WADA: Sulfate-induced isotopic variation in biogenic methane from tropical swamp without anaerobic methane oxidation. Hydrobiologia, 382, 113-118, 1999.
  15. NAGATA, Toshi and David L. KIRCHMAN: Bacterial mortality: A pathway for the formation ofrefractory DOM? In: Microbial Biosystems: New Frontiers (eds. Bell, C.R., Brylinsky, M. and Johnson-Green P.) Atlantic Canada Society for Microbial Ecology, Halifax 1999.
  16. NISHIO, Yoshiro, Teruaki ISHII, Toshitaka GAMO, Yujj SANO: Carbon-nitrogen-helium-argon isotope systematics of mid-ocean ridge basalt glasses from Rodriguez Triple Junction, Indian Ocean: Mantle heterogeneity of volatile. Earth and Planetary Science Letters , 170, 241-253, 1999.
  17. NOZAKI, Yoshiyuki, Dia Sotto ALIBO, Hiroshi AMAKAWA, Toshitaka GAMO and Hiroshi HASUMOTO: Dissolved rare earth eelments and hydrography in the sulu Sea. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta . , 2171-2181, 1999.
  18. OGAWA, Hiroshi, Rumi FUKUDA and Isao KOIKE: Vertical distributions of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in the Southern Ocean. Deep- Sea Research I, 46, 1809-1826, 1999.
  19. OGAWA, Hiroshi: Microbial utilization of dissolved organic matter in sea water: The latest trend of the research from biogeochemical viewpoints (In Japanese with English abstract). Bulletin of the Plankton Society of Japan, 46, 34-42, 1999.
  20. SANO, Yuji, Kentaro TERADA, Hiroshi HIDAKA, Yoshiro NISHIO, Hiroshi AMAKAWA and Yoshiyuki NOZAKI : Ion-microprobe analysis of rare earth elements in oceanic basalt glass. Analytical Sciences, 15, 743-748, 1999.
  21. SOHRIN, Yoshiki, Toshitaka GAMO and the shipboard science party of the INDOYO: CTD observations to searoh for hydrothermal activity on the southwest Indian Ridge and the central Indian Ridge just north of the Rodriguez Triple Junction: the Yokosuka/Shinkai MODE' 98 Leg 3 INDOYO cruise. JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, 15 (11), 7-11, 1999.
  22. TSUNOGAl, Urumu, Naohiro YOSHIDA, Toshitaka GAMO: Carbon isotopic compositions of C2-C5 hydrocarbons and methyl chloride in urban, coastal and maritime atmosphere over western-North Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research , 104 (D13) , 16033-16039, 1999.
  23. UEMATSU, Mitsuo: Influence of aerosols originated from the Asian Continent to the marine environment (in Japanese). Aerosol Research, 14, 209-213, 1999.

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Ocean Floor Geoscience

  1. ARIMA, Makoto, Kan AOIKE, and Shinichi KAWATE: Tectonic evolution ofthe Tanzawa Mountainland. Res. Rep. Kanagawa prefect. Mus. Nat.Hist., 9, 57-77,1999.
  2. AOIKE, Kan: Tectonic evolution of the Izu Collision Zone. Res. Rep.Kanagawa prefect. Mus. Nat. Hist., 9,113-151, 1999.
  3. CROSSLEY, D. , J. HINDERER, G. CASULA, O. FRANCIS, H. -T. HSU, Y. IMANISHl, G. JENTZSCH, J. KAARIAINEN, J. MERRIAM, B. MEURERS, J. NEUMEYER, B. RICHTER, K. SHIBUYA, T. SATO and T. VAN DAM : Network of superconducting gravimeters benefits a number of IDisciplines. Eos Trans. AGU, 80, 121, 125-126, 1999.
  4. CUREWITZ, Daniel, and Jeffrey A. KARSON: Ultracataclasis, sintering, and frictional melting in pseudotachylytes from East Greenland. Journal of Structural Geology, 21, 1693-1713, 1999.
  5. EGUCHI, Nobuhisa O., Hodaka KAWAHATA and Asahiko TAIRA: Seasonal Response of Planktonic Foraminifera to Surface Ocean Condition:Sediment Trap Results from the Central North Pacific Ocean.Journal of Oceanography, 55, 681-691,1999.
  6. EGUCHI, Nobuhisa O., Saneatu SAITO and Asahiko TAIRA: JOIDES ResolutionYokohama Port call (in Japanese). Journal of the Japan Societyfor Marine Surveys and Technology, 11(2), 43 -46, 1999.
  7. EVANS, R. L. , P. TARITS, A. D. CHAVE, A. WHITE, G. HEINSON, J. H. FILLOUX, H. TOH, N. SEAMA, H. UTADA, J. R. BOOKER and M. J. UNSWORTH: Asymmetric electrical structure in the mantle beneath the East Pacific Rise at 17S. Science, 286, 752-756, 1999.
  8. FUJIMOTO, H. , M. CANNAT, K. FUJIOKA, T. GAMO, C. GERMAN, IC. MEVEL, U. MUENCH, S. OHTA, M. OYAIZU, L. PARSON, R. SEARLE, Y. SOHRIN, and T. YAMA-ASHI : Submersible investigation of the mid-ocean ridges near the triple junction in the Indian Ocean. JAMSTEC J. Deep Sea Res., 15(ll), 1-6, 1999.
  9. FUJIMOTO, H. : Long-term ocean bottom pressure measurement and acoustic ranging across the spreading axis of the Southern East Pacific Rise, (in Japanese with English abstract). JAMSTEC J. Deep Sea Res., 14, 35-42, 1999.
  10. FUJIMOTO, H. , M. CANNAT, K. FUJIOKA, T. GAMO, C. GERMAN, IC. MEVEL, U. MUENCH, S. OHTA, M. OYAIZU, L. PARSON, R. SEARLE, Y. SHORIN, and T. YAMA-ASHI : First submersible investigations of Imid-ocean ridges in the Indian Ocean. InterRidge News, 8(1), 22-24, 1999.
  11. FUJIMOTO, H. and M. MOCHIZUKI: Monitoring of the spreading activity of the mid-ocean ridge with seafloor acoustic ranging and pressure measurement (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly, Spec. 19, 42-48, 1999.
  12. FUJIOKA, Kantaro, Kyoko OKINO, Toshiya KANAMATSU, Yasuhiko OHARA, Osamu ISHIZUKA, Satoru HARAGUCHI, and Teruaki ISHII: Enigmatic extinct spreading center in the West Philippine backarc basin unveiled. Geology, 27, 1135-1138, 1999.
  13. GRUN(Gru。ッn), R., A. TANI, A. GURVANOV, D. KOSHCHUG, I. WILLIAMS and J.BRAUN: A new。。method for the estimation of cooling and denudation ratesusing paramagnetic。。centres in quartz: A case study on the Eldzhurtinskiy Granite, Caucasus. J.。。Geophys. Res.,104, 17531-17549, 1999.
  14. HYUN Sangmin, D. JOSEPH, Ortiz, ME. Raymo and Asahiko TAIRA:Low-Frequency Oscillations in Site 83 Sediments: Relationships between Carbonate and Productivity Proxies. In Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results. M. E. Raymo, E. Jansen, P. Blum and T. D. Herbert (eds), 162, 197-207, 1999.
  15. IKEHARA, Minoru, Kimitaka KAWAMURA, Naohiko OHKOUCHI and Asahiko TAIRA: Organic Geochemistry of Greenish Clay and Organic-Rich Sediments sinceThe Early Miocne from Hole 985A, Norway Basin. In Proceedingsof the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, M. E.Raymo, E. Jansen, P. Blum and T. D. Herbert (eds), 162,209-216, 1999.
  16. IMANISHI, Yuichi : On the techniques of superconducting gravimeter observation (in Japanese). Chikyu Monthly, 242, 484-488, 1999
  17. IMANISHI , Yuichi : Development of high-rate data acquisition system based on a real-time operating system (in Japanese with English abstract). J. Geod. Soc. Japan, 45, 43-54, 1999.
  18. KAMEYAMA, Masanori, David A. YUEN, and Shun-Ichiro KARATO: Thermal-mechanical effects of low-temperature plasticity (the Peierls mechanism) on the deformation of a viscoelastic shear zone. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 168, 159-172, 1999.
  19. KAWASAKI, Ichiro, Kentaro FUNO, Yuichi IMANISHI, Jun FUNASAKI and Osamu KAMIGAICHI: Possibility of silent earthquakes in the D" layer (in Japanese). Chikyu Monthly, 242, 511-515, 1999.
  20. MOCHIZUKI, K., E. ARAKI, S. YONESHIMA, F. YAMAMOTO, E. TOKUYAMA, K.SUEHIRO, A. TAIRA: Crustal structure of a plateau and its fate at a subduction zone. Earth Monthly (Special Issue),23, 149-159, 1999.
  21. MOCHIZUKI, K., E. ARAKI, S. YONESHIMA, F. YAMAMOTO, E. TOKUYAMA, K.SUEHIRO, A. TAIRA: Crustal structure of a plateau and its fate at a subduction zone. Earth Monthly (Special Issue),23, 149-159, 1999.
  22. MORITA, Sumito, Osamu ISHIZUKA, Alfred HOCHSTAETER, Teruaki ISHII,Fujio YAMAMOTO, Hidekazu TOKUYAMA, Asahiko TAIRA: Igneas and tectonichistory in the northern Izu-Ogasawara Arc. Earth Monthly(Chikyu), special issue, 23, 79-78, 1999.
  23. NAKAMURA, Kentro, Yasuhiko KATO, and Teruaki ISHII: Geochemistry of hydrothermally altered basaltic rocks from the Rodriguez Triple Junction in the Indian Ocean (in Japanese). Shigen-Chishitu, 49, 15-28, 1999.
  24. NAKANISHI, Masao, William W. SAGER, and Adam KLAUS: Magnetic lineations within Shatsky Rise, northwest Pacific Ocean: Implications for hot spot-triple junction interaction and oceanic plateau formation. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 7539-7556, 1999.
  25. OHKOUCHI, N., K. KAWAMURA, Y. KAJIWARA, E. WADA, M. OKADA, T.KANAMATSU and A. TAIRA: Sulfur isotope records around LivelloBonarelli (northren Apennines, Italy) black shale at theCenomanian-Turonian boundary. Geology,27(6), 535-538, 1999.
  26. OKINO, Kyoko, Yasuhiko OHARA, Shigeru KASUGA, and Yukihiro KATO: The Philippine Sea: New survey results reveal the structure and the history of the marginal basins. Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 2287-2290, 1999.
  27. PICKERING, K.T., C. SOUTER, T. OBA, A. TAIRA, M.SCHAAF and E.PLATZMAN: Glacio-eustatic control on deep-marine clasticforearcsedimentation, Pliocene-mid-Pleistonece (c. 1180-600 Ka) KazusaGroup, SE Japan. Journal of the Geological Society,London, 156, 125-137, 1999.
  28. SAGER, W. William, Jinho KIM, Adam KLAUS, Masao NAKANISHI, and Larisa M. KHANKISHEVA: Bathymetry of Shatsky Rise, northwest Pacific Ocean: Implications for ocean plateau development at a triple junction. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 7557-7576, 1999.
  29. SATO, Hiroshi, Hidetsugu TANIGUCHI, Naoki TAKAHASHI, Mia Mohammad MOHIUDDIN, Naoto HIRANO, and Yujiro OGAWA: Origin of the Mineoka Ophiolite (in Japanese with English abstract). Journal of Geography (Tokyo Geographical Society), 108, 203-215, 1999.
  30. SATO, Tadahiro, Shuzo TAKEMOTO and Yuichi IMANISHI : GGP and GGP-Japan Network (in Japanese) . Chikyu Monthly, 242, 474-477, 1999.
  31. TAMURA, Yoshihiko, M. YUHARA, 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, 1999.
  32. TOKUYAMA, Hidekazu, Juichiro ASHI, Shin-ichi KURAMOTO , Whonn SOH , andYasutaka IKEDA: Active fault off Tokai. University of Tokyo Press, 1-178, 1999.
  33. ASHI, Juichiro, Yukinobu OKAMURA , Shin-ichi KURAMOTO , and Hidekazu TOKUYAMA: Structures of the Nankai Trough and the trench inner slope;Evolution of the accretianry prism and the forearc basin.Chishitu News, 541, 17-24, 1999.
  34. TOKUYAMA, Hidekazu and Ocean region tectonic WG: Geotectonic mappingaround Japan. Chishitsu News, 541, 10,1999.
  35. TOKUYAMA, Hidekazu, Sumito MORITA, Whonn SOH, Juichiro ASHI, Shin-ichi KURAMOTO: Tectonic development of northern Izu-Ogasawara Arc and Izucollision zone. Chishitsu News, 543,30-39, 1999.
  36. UJIIE, H., Y. UJIIE: Late Quaternary course changes of the KuroshioCurrent in the Ryukyu Arc region, northwestern Pacific Ocean.Marine Micropaleontology. 37, 23-40,1999.
  37. YAMAZAKI, Toshitsugu, Kyoko OKINO, Yuichi HASEGAWA, Hiroyasu SATAKE, and Makoto ITO: Geophysical mapping of Mariana Trough and West Philippine Basin: a preliminary report of Kairei KR9812 cruise. JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, 15, 63-72, 1999.

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Marine Ecosystem Dynamics

  1. BRODEUR Richard and Makoto TERAZAKI : Springtime abundance of Chaetognaths in the shelf regjon of the northern Gulf of Alaska, with observations on the vertical distribution and feeding of Sagitta elegans . Fisheries Oceanography , 8, 93-103, 1999.
  2. CHAE, Jinho and Shuhei NISHIDA: Spectral patterns of the iridescence in the males of Sapphirina (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 79, 437-443, 1999.
  3. FUJIKURA, Katsunori, Shigeaki KOJIMA, Kensaku TAMAKI, Yonosuke MAKI, James HUNT and Takashi OKUTANI : The deepest chemosynthesis-based community yet discovered from the hadal zone, 7326 m depth, in the Japan Trench. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 190, 17-26, 1999.
  4. HASHIMOTO, Jun, Suguru OHTA, Aline FIALA-MÉDIONI, Jean-Marie AUZENDE, Shigeaki KOJIMA, Michel SEGONZAC, Yoshihiro FUJIWARA, James C. HUNT, Kaul GENA, Tomoyuki MIURA, Tomohiko KIKUCHI, Toshiyuki YAMAGUCHI, Tatsuki TODA, Hitoshi CHIBA, Shinji TSUCHIDA, Junichiro ISHIBASHI, Katell HENRY, Magali ZBINDEN, Audrey PRUSKI, Akira INOUE, Hideki KOBAYASHI, Jean-Louis BIRRIEN, Jiro NAKA, Toshiro YAMANAKA, Christine LAPORTE, Kiyokazu NISHIMURA, Chris YEATS, Salam MALAGAN, Paul KIA, Masahisa OYAIZU and Takashi KATAYAMA: Hydrothermal vent communities in the Manus Basin, Papua New Guinea: Results of the BIOACCESS cruises ' 96 and ' 98. InterRidge News, 8(2), 12-18, 1999.
  5. HIROSE, Euichi, Satoshi KIMURA, Takao ITOH and Jun NISHIKAWA。ヲ Tunic morphology and cellulosic components of pyrosomas, doliolids, and salps (Thaliacea, Urochordata). Biological Bulletin, 196, 113-120, 1999.
  6. HORI, Shigeo, Eiji TSUCHIDA, Akio G and Kazumitsu NAKAGUCHI: A record of Crenovolva (Cuspivolva) mucronata Azuma & Cate from 240-302 m deep off Amami-Oshima Island (in Japanese with English abstract). Chiribotan, 30, 27-31, 1999.
  7. ISHIGAGI , Tetsuharu and Makot TERAZAKI : Binary fission patterns of heterotrophic nano-flagel lates,Actinomonas mirabillis Kent and Cafeteria roenbergensis Fenchel and Patterson, observed with a CCD camera. La mer 36, 85-90, 1999.
  8. KOJIMA, Shigeaki: Evolution of deep sea chemosynthesis-based biological communities -A case of Calyptogena bivalves (in Japanese). Shinka, 8, 69-75, 1999.
  9. NAKAOKA, Masahiro and Keiko AIOI: Growth of the seagrass Halophila ovalis at the。。dugong trails compared to existing within-patch variation in a Thailand intertidal flat. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 184, 97-103, 1999.
  10. NANBA, Kenji., Kiyoshi TAKEDA, Takanori HIGASHIHARA and KouichiOHWADA:Distribution of methanotrophic bacteria in the coastalmarine sediments. Fisheries Science, 65,531-536,1999.
  11. NANBA Kenji and Kouichi OHWADA:Enumeration of methanotrophic bacteria in the coastal marine sediments using MPN method with combination ofTEM observation. Proceedings of 9th JSPS JointSeminar on Marine and Fisheries Sciences, 51-61,1999.
  12. NISHIDA, Shuhei, Tomohiko KIKUCHI and Tatsuki TODA: Efficient capture of deep-sea hyperbenthic calanoid copepods with baited traps. Plankton Biology and Ecology, 46(2), 165-168, 1999.
  13. OHTSUKA, Susumu. Shuji OHTANI, Yasushi SEIKE, Hidenobu KUNII and Shuhei NISHIDA: Feeding habits of zooplankton, in particular, copepods in Lake Naka-umi (in Japanese). LAGUNA, 6, 89-105, 1999.
  14. OKUTANI, Takashi, Katsunori FUJIKURA and Shigeaki KOJIMA: Two new hadal bivalves of the family Thyasiridae from the plate convergent area of the Japan Trench. Venus (Japanese Journal of Malacology), 58, 49-54, 1999.
  15. TAKAHASHI, Kazutaka, Taro HIROSE and Kouichi KAWACUCHI : The importance of intertidal sand-burrowing peracarid crustaceans as prey for fish in the surf-zone of a sandy beach in Otsuchi Bay, northeastern Japan. Fisheries Science, 65(6), 856-864, 1999.
  16. TERAZAKI Makoto: The Sea of Japan Large Marine Ecosystem, In: Large Marine Ecosytems of the Pacific Rim. K. Sherman and Q. Tang (editors),Blackwell Science, England , 199-220, 1999.
  17. TERAZAKI Makoto: Mass occurrence of bathypelagic chaetognath Eukrohnia fowleri from the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 28, 63-168, 1999.
  18. TOYOHARA, Tetsuhiko, Masahiro NAKAOKA and Keiko AIOI: Population dynamics and reproductive traits of phytal gastropods in seagrass bed in Otsuchi Bay, northeastern Japan. P.S.Z..N. Marine Ecology, 20, 273-290, 1999.
  19. TSUCHIDA, Eiji and 'Kotaro TSUCHIYA: A new record of Hastula acumen (Deshayes) from off Akashima, Kerama Retto (in Japanese with English abstract). Chiribotan, 30,1-4, 1999.
  20. TSUCHIDA, Eiji and Makoto Tachi: A new dentaliid species from Ise Bay, Mie Prefecture, central Japan. Venus (Japanese Journal of Malacology), 58, 9-11, 1999.
  21. TSUCHIDA, Eiji and Makoto TANAKA: Studies on the molluscan fauna around Shionomisaki, southern tip of the Kii Peninsula, Pacific coast of Japan - IV a new species of Hastula (Gastropoda: Terebridae) from the offshore areas of the west of Kushimoto. Venus (Japanese Journal of Malacology), 58, 159-163, 1999.
  22. TSUCHIDA, Eiji and Makoto TANAKA: Three terebrid gastropods dredged from Amami-Oshima, Kagoshima Prefecture and Kushimoto, Wakayama Prefecture (in Japanese with English abstract). Chiribotan, 30, 70-74, 1999.
  23. TSUCHIDA, Eiji and Taiji KUROZUMI: A new species of Lunovula (Gastropoda: Ovulidae) collected from the seas around lzu-Shichito Islands. Venus (Japanese Journal of Malacology), 58, 151-157, 1999.
  24. TSUCHIDA, Eiji, Taiji KUROZUMI and Akio G : A new record of Trivia(Trivirostra) hallucinata Liltved from off Kerama Retto, Southern Japan (in Japanese with English abstract). Chiribotan, 29, 51-56, 1999.
  25. TSUCHIYA. Kotard, Eiji TSUCHIDA and Taiji KUROZUMI: Morum species recorded from off Mukojima Island, Ogasawara and Choho-sone Bank, Ryukyu Islands (in Japanese with English abstract). Chiribotan, 30, 59-64, 1999.
  26. URAKAWA, Hidetoshi., Kumiko KITA-TSUKAMOTO and Kouichi OHWADA :Reassessment of the taxonomic position of Vibrioiliopiscarius (Onarheim et al. 1994) and proposal for Photobacterium iliopiscarium comb. nov.Intern. Journal of Systematic Bacteriolgy, 49,257-260,1999.
  27. URAKAWA, Hidetoshi., Kumiko KITA-TSUKAMOTO and Kouichi OHWADA : Restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of psychrophilic and psychrotrophic Vibrio and Photobacterium from the northwestern Pacific Ocean and Otsuchi Bay. Canadian Journal of Microbiolgy,45,67-76,1999.
  28. URAKAWA, Hidetoshi., Kumiko KITA-TSUKAMOTO and Kouichi OHWADA :16S rDNA restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of psychrotopic vibrios in Japanese coast. Canadian Journal of Microbiolgy,45,1001-1007,1999.
  29. URAKAWA, Hidetoshi., Kumiko KITA-TSUKAMOTO and Kouichi OHWADA:Microbial diversity in marine sediments from Sagami Bay and Tokyo Bay,Japan,asdeterminedby16SrRNAeneanalysis.Microbiology,145,3305- 3315,1999.
  30. WATANABE, Hikaru, Masatoshi MOKU, Kouichi KAWAGUCHI, Kimie ISHIMARU and Akinori OHNO: Diel vertical migration of myctophid fishes (Family Myctophidae) in the transitional waters of the western North Pacific. Fisheries Oceanography, 8(2), 115-127, 1999.
  31. WATANABE, Hikaru and Kouichi KAWAGUCHI : The effect of towing bridles on net avoidance by micronektonic fishes in nighttime neuston sampling. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Oceanography, 63(3), 1-5, 1999.

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Marine Life Science

  1. AIDA, Katsumi and Katsukmi TSUKAMOTO: Studies on the life cycle of the eel (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 18, 5-9, 1999.
  2. AOKI, Ichiro, Teruhisa KOMATSU and Kangsok HWANG: Prediction of response of zooplankton biomass to climaic and oceanic changes. Ecological Modeling, 120, 261-270, 1999.
  3. AOYAMA, Jun: Origin and evolution of the freshwater eel (in Japanese). Katyo Monthly Extra, 18, 69-74, 1999.
  4. AOYAMA, Jun, Karen HISSMANN, Tatsuki YOSHINAGA, Seiji SASAI, Tomoko UTO and Hiroshi UEDA: Swimming depth of migrating silver eels Anguilla japonica released at seamounts of the West Mariana Ridge, their estimated spawning sites.Marine Ecology Progress Series,186, 265-269, 1999.
  5. AOYAMA, Jun, Noritaka MOCHIOKA, Tsuguo OTAKE, Satoshi ISHIKAWA, Yu KAWAKAMI, Peter H. J. CASTLE, Mutsumi NISHIDA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Distribution and dispersal of anguillid leptocephali in the western Pacific revealed by molecular analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 188, 193-200, 1999.
  6. ARAI, Takaomi, Tsuguo OTAKE, D. J. JELLYMAN, Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Differences in the early life history of the Australasian shortfinned eel Anguilla australis from Australia and New Zealand, as revealed by otolith microstructure and microchemistry. Marine Biology, 135, 381-389, 1999.
  7. ARAI, Takaomi, Jun AOYAMA, Daniel LIMBONG and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Species composition and inshore migration of the tropical eels Anguilla spp. recruiting to the estuary of the Poigar River, Sulawesi Island. Marine EcologyProgress Series, 188, 299-303, 1999.
  8. ARAI, Takaomi, Daniel LIMBONG, Jun AOYAMA, Tsuguo OTAKE and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Diversity of tropical Anguillid eels: early life history and migration. In: Proceedings of the 9th JSPS Joint Seminar on Marine and Fisheries Sciences , 215-228, 1999.
  9. ARAl, .Takaomi, Daniel LIMBONG, Tsuguo OTAKE and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Metamorphosis and inshore migration of tropical eels, Anguilla spp., in the Indo-Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 182, 283-293, 1999.
  10. ARAI, Takaomi , Tsuguo OTAKE, Donard J. JELLYMAN and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Differences in the early life history of the Australasian shortfinned eel, Anguilla australis from Australia and New Zealand, as revealed by otolith microstructure and microchemistry. Marine Biology, 162, 381 -389, 1999.
  11. ARAI, Takaomi, Tsuguo OTAKE, Daniel LIMBONG and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Early life history and recruitment of thetropical eel, Anguilla bicolor pacifica, as revealed by otolith microstructure and microchemistry. Marine Biology, 133, 319-326, 1999.
  12. BERNIER, Nicolas J., Ken GILMOUR M., Yoshio TAKEI, and Steve F. PERRY: Cardiovascular control via angiotensinュカand circulating catecholamines in the spiny dogfish, Squalus ácanthias. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 169, 23 7-248,1999.
  13. BERNIER, Nicolas J., Hiroyuki KAIYA, Yoshio TAKEI, and Steve F. PERRY: Mediation of humoral catecholamine secretion by the renin-angiotensin system in hypotensive rainbow trout (Onchrhynchus mykiss). .Journal of Endocrinology 160, 351-363 ,1999.
  14. BLOM, Jozeh H., Konrad DABROWSKI, Dean J. RAPP, Yoshitaka SAKAKURA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Competition for space and food in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, as related to ascorbic acid status. Aquaculture, 180, 79-87, 1999.
  15. ENDO, Hideki, Hiroyuki SASAKI, Yoshihiro HAYASHI, E.vgeny A. PETROV, Masao AMANO, Naoki SUZUKI and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: CT examination of the head of the Baikal seal (Phoca sibirica). J. Anat. . 194, 119-126, 1999.
  16. GORBMAN, Aubrey, Masumi NOZAKI and Kaoru KUBOKAWA: A brain-Hatshcek's pit connection in amphioxus. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 113, 251-254, 1999.
  17. HAZON, Neil, Mary L. TIERNEY and Yoshio TAKEI: The renin-angiotensin system in elasmobranch fish: A review. Journal of Experimental Zoology 284, 526- 534,1999
  18. HIRAI, Narisato, Masatomo TAGAWA, Toyoji KANEKO, Tadahisa SEIKAI and Masaru TANAKA: Distributional changes in branchial chloride cells during freshwater adaptation in Japanese sea bass Lateolabrax japonicus. Zoological Science,16, 43-49, 1999.
  19. HIROI, Jinya, Toyoji KANEKO and Masaru TANAKA: In vitro sequential changes in chloride cell morphology in the yolk-sac membrane of Mozambiquetilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) embryos and larvae during seawater adaptation. Journal Experimental Biology, 3485-3495, 1999.
  20. HYODO, Susumu: Expression of the vasotocin gene in the hypothalamus of intact and osmotically-stimulated bullfrogs during metamorphosis. Journal of Molecular Endocrinology 22, 305-312,1999.
  21. ISHIDA, Kenichi: Squid politics over tiny but attractive stone, In: What is the case method - A guide and Casebook (4th Ed.), 53-63 , Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development, Tokyo 1999.
  22. ISHIKAWA, Satoshi: Population structure of Anguilla marmorata (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 18, 65-68, 1999.
  23. ISHIKAWA, Satoshi, Jun AOYAMA, Mutsumi NISHIDA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Molecular genetic approach to the ecology of the freshwater eel, genus Anguilla. In: Proceedings of Symposium on Molecular Bioengineering of Food Animals , 81 -89, 1999.
  24. JOSS Jean M. P., Yukako ITAHARA, Takushi . WATANABE, Ken-ichiro NAKAJIMA, and Yoshio TAKEI: Teleost-type angiotensin is present in Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri. General and Comparative Endocrinology 114, 206- 212,1999.
  25. KANEKO, Toyoji and Sanae HASEGAWA: Application of laser scanning microscopy for morphological observations on drinking in freshwater medaka and those exposed to 80% seawater. Fisheries Science, 65, 492-493, 1999.
  26. KANEKO, Toyoji, Sanae HASEGAWA, Katsuhisa UCHIDA, Tsuyoshi OGASAWARA, Akira OYAGI and Tetsuya HIRANO: Acid tolerance ofJapanese dace (a Cyprinid teleost) in Lake Osorezan, a remarkable acid lake.Zoological Science 16, 871-877, 1999.
  27. KASHIWAGI, Masahide, Kentaro MIYAMOTO, Yoshio TAKEI, and Shigehisa HIROSE: Cloning, properties and tissue distribution of natriuretic peptide receptor- A of euryhaline eel. Allguilla japonjca. European Journal of Biochemistry 259 , 204- 211,1999.
  28. KITADE, Yukihiro, Satoru YAMAZAKI, Toshiki WATANABE and Naotsune SAGA: Structural features of a gene encoding the vacuolar H+-ATPase c subunit from a marine red alga, Prophyra yezoensis. DNA Research, 6, 307-312, 1999.
  29. KOMATSU, Teruhisa: Assesment for environment and preservation system of nature in France (in Japanese). In: Construction of future coastal environment , Japanese Society of Oceanography (ed.) , 93- 106, Koseisha-Koseikau, Tokyo, 1999.
  30. KOMATSU, Teruhisa and Kenichi TATSUKAWA: Seagrass and seaweed beds and fisheries resources (in Japanese), Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 17, 30-37, 1999.
  31. KOMATSU, Teruhisa., Masahiro NAKAOKA and Hiroshi KAWAI: Development of method evaluating influences of heavy oil spil on tidal ecosystem by using Geographical Information System (in Japanese with English Abstract) , Bulletin of Coastal Oceanography, 37, 35-39 , 1999.
  32. KONO, Michiko, Hiromichi NAGASAWA, Toshiki WATANABE, Takashi MATSUI, Kiyoshi FURUKAWA, Daizo KOGA and Katsumi AIDA : Elevation of the activities of ß- N-acetylhexosaminidase isozymes by 20-hydroxyecdysone administration in the kuruma prawn. Fisheries Science, 65 : 4, 1999.
  33. KUBOKAWA, Kaoru, Tomoji WARANABE, Motoi YOSHIOKA and Munehiko IWATA: Effects of acute stress on plasma cortisol, sex steroid hormone and glucose levels in male and female sockeye salmon during the breeding season. Aquaculture, 172, 335-349, 1999.
  34. KUMAZAWA, Yoshinori and M. NISHIDA:Complete mitochondrial DNA sequences of the green turtle and blue-tailed mole skink: statistical evidence for archosaurian affinity of turtles. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 16:784-792, 1999.
  35. LE THI HAI, Le, Shin TAKAHASHI, Kazutoshi SAEKI, Nobutake NAKATANI, Shinsuke TANABE, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI and Yoshihiro. FUJISE: High percentage of butyltin residues in total tin in the livers of cetaceans from Japanese coastal waters.Environmental Science & Technology,33(11), 1781-1786, 1999.
  36. MASUDA, Reiji and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: School formation and concurrent developmental changes in carangid fish with reference to dietary conditions. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 56, 243-252, 1999.
  37. MASUDA, Reiji, Toshio TAKEUCHI, Katsumi TSUKAMOTO, Hiroo SATO, Ken SHIMIZU, and Keinosuke IMAIZUMI: Incorporation of dietary docosahexaenoic acid into the central nervous systems in the yellowtail Seiola quinquerqdiata ... Brain.Behavior and Evolution, 53, 173-179, 1999.
  38. MATSUMURA, Yoshihiro, Shinichi UCHIDA, Yoshiaki KONDO, Hiroaki MIYAZAKI, Shigeru KO, Atsushi HAYAMA, Tetsuji MORIMOTO, Wen LIU, Mikio ARISAWA, Sei SASAKI and Fumiaki MARUMO: Overt nephrogenic diabetes insipidus in mice lacking the CLC-K1 chloride channel. Nature Genetics, 21 , 95-98.1999.
  39. McKENDRY, John E., Nicolas J. BERNIER, Yoshio TAKEI, Kenneth R.OLSON and Steve F. PERRY: Natriuretic peptides and the control of catecholamine release in two freshwater teleost and a marine elasmobranch frsh. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 20, 61-77,1999.
  40. MEINESZ, Alexandre, Jean de VAUGELAS, Danièle CHIAVERINI, Karine BIALECKI, Jean-Michel COTTALORDA, Teruhisa KOMATSU and Heike MOLENAAR: Représentation cartographique del' abondance de quelques algues et invertebres du Littoral de la réeserve naturelle de Scandola (Corse), Laboratoire Environnement Marin Littoral, Faculté;cultes des Sciences, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France, 70pp, 1999.
  41. MIYAZAKI, Hiroaki, Sinichi UCHIDA, Yoshio TAKEI, Tetsuya HIRANO, Fumiaki MARUMO and Sei SASAKI: Molecular cloning of CLC chloride channels in Oreochromis mossamlbicus and their functional complementation of yeast CLC gene mutant. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 255, 175- 181,1999.
  42. MIYAZAKI Nobuyuki: Pollution of organochlorine compounds in marine mammals (in Japanese). KAIYO Monthly, 17,43-48, 1999.
  43. NAKAI Izumi, Raita IWATA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Ecological study of the migration of eel by synchrotron radiation induced X-ray fluorescence imaging of otoliths. Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 54, 167-170, 1999.
  44. NISHINO, Atsuro, Kaoru KUBOKAWA, Mamoru SEKIFUJI, Nobuyuki AZUMA and Masaaki MORISAWA: A survey of amphoxus (Cephlochordata: Branchiostoma belcheri) in the offmg of Misaki. Benthos Research, 54, 25-31, 1999.
  45. NOZAKI Masumi, Kiyoshi TERAKADO and Kaoru KUBOKAWA: Unique Asymmetric Protrusion of Nerve Cord in the Amphioxus, Branchiostoma belcheri, Naturwissenschaften. 86, 328-330, 1999.
  46. OHIRA, Tsuyoshi, Takayuki NISHIMURA, Haruyuki SONOBE, Aturo OKUNO, Toshiki WATANABE, Hiromichi NAGASAWA, Ichiro KAWAZOE, and Katsumi AIDA: Expression of a recombinant molt-inhibiting hormone of the kuruma prawn Penaeus japonicus in Escherichia coli. Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 63, 1576-1581, 1999.
  47. OTAKE, Tsuguo and Takaomi ARAI: Metamorphosis and migration of eel larvae (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 18, 46-52, 1999.
  48. PERSSON, Petra, Bjorn Th. BJORNSSON and Yasuaki TAKAGI: Characterisation of morphology and physiological actions of scale osteoclasts in the rainbow trout. Journal of Fish Biology, 54, 669-684, 1999.
  49. SAKAKURA, Yoshaka and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Ontogeny of aggressive behaviour in schools of yellowtail Seriola quinqueradiata . Environmental Bilogy of Fishes, 56, 231-242, 1999.
  50. SAITO, Munekatsu., Ichiro TAKEUCHI and Hirotaka OTOBE: Growth of cultivated Undaria pinnatifida blades in Otsuchi Bay, Iwate Prefecture (in Japanese with English abstract). Sorui (Jpn. J Phycol.), 47, 113-117, 1999.
  51. SHEPHERD, Brian S., Tatsuya SAKAMOTO, Susumu HYODO, Richard S. NISHIOKA, Claire BALL Howard A. BERN and Gordon E. GRAU: Is the primitive regulation of pituitary prolactin (tPRL177 and tPRL188) secretion and gene expression in the euryhaline tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) hypothalamic or environmental? .Journal of Endocrinology, 161, 121-129,1999.
  52. SUGAWARA, Akihito, Teruhisa KOMATSU, Masabumi SETO and Hiroo SATO: Study on the zonation of macro algae. ュカ. Vertical distribution and photo-environments in Eisenia bicyclis Setchell and Ecklonia cava Kjellman (in Japanese with English Abstract) . Japanese Society of Civil Engineering. Ocean Development, 15, 141-145, 1999.
  53. TAKAGI, Yasuaki and Akiyoshi TAKAHASHI: Characterization of otolith soluble-matrix producing cells in the saccular epithelium of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) inner ear. Anatomical Record , 254, 322-329, 1999.
  54. TAKAHASHI, Shin, Shinsuke TANABE, Ichiro TAKEUCHI, and Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI: Distribution and specific accumulation of butyltin compounds in a marine ecosystem. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 37,50-61, 1999.
  55. . TAKEI, Yoshio. Gert FLIK, and Shigehisa HIROSE: Interaction of the natriuretic peptide system and the renin-angiotensin system in eel osmoregulation. In: Recent Developments in Comparative Endocrinology and Neurobiology, E. W. Roubos, S. E. Wendelaar Bonga, H. Vaudry, and A. De Loof(eds), Shaker Publishers, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 144-148,1999.
  56. TSUCHIDA, Takamasa and Yoshio TAKEI: Interaction of ANP and ANGII in regulation of drinking in eels. In: Recerlt Progress in Molecular arid Comparative Endocrinology, H. B. Kwon, J. M.P. Joss, and S. Ishii(eds), Hormone Research Center, Chonnam National University, Kwangiu, 453-459,1999.
  57. TSUCHIDA, Takamasa and Yoshio TAKEI: A potent dipsogenic action of homologous angiotensin II infused at physiological doses in eels, Anguilla japonica. Zoological Science 16, 479-483,1999.
  58. TSUKAMOTO, Katsumi and Tadashi INAGAKI: Breeding place of the eel : Hakuho-Maru Cruise '98 (in Japanese). Kaiyo Month」・ Extra, 18, 12-19, 1999.
  59. TSUKAMOTO, Katsumi, Hiroshi KUWADA, Kazuo UCHIDA, Reiji MASUDA and Yoshitaka SAKAKURA: Fish quality and stocking effectiveness: behavioural approach. In: Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching, B. R. Howell, E. Moksness and T. Svasand (eds), Fishing News Books, A division of Blackwell Science Ltd., 205-218, 1999.
  60. TSUTSUI, Naoaki, Katuaki ISHII, Yasuaki TAKAGI, Toshiki WATANABE, and Hiromichi NAGASAWA: Cloning and expression of a cDNA encoding an insoluble matrix protein in the gastroliths of a crayfish, Procambarus clarkii. Zoological Science, 16, 619-628, 1999.
  61. WATANABE, Mafumi, Shinsuke TANABE, Ryo TATSUKAWA, Masao AMANO, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI, E.vgeny A. PETROV and Sergeevich L. KHURASKIN: Contamination levels and specific accumulation of persistent organochlorines in Caspian seal (Phoca caspica) from the Caspian Sea, Russia. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol .37, 396-407,1999.
  62. WATANABE, Mafumi, Shinsuke TANABE, Nobuyuki MIYAZAKI, Evgeny A. PETROV and Walter M. JARMAN: Contamination of tris(4-chlprophenyl) methane and tris (4-chlorophenyl methanol in marine mammals from Russia and Japan: Body distribution, bioaccumulation and contamination status. Marine Pollution Bulletine, 59 (1-12), 393-398, 1999.
  63. YOSHINAGA Tatsuki, Atsushi HAGIWARA and Katsumi TSUKAMOTO: Effect of conditioned media on the asexual reproduction of the monogonont rotifer Brachionus plicatilis O. F. Muller. Hydrobiologia , 412, 103-110, 1999.

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Living Marine Resources

  1. BORDES, F., F. UIBLElN, R. CASTILLO, A. BARRERA, J.J. CASTRO, J. COCA, J. GOMES, K. HANSEN, V. HERHANDEZ, N. MERRET, Masaki MIYA, T. MORENO, F. PEREZ, A. RAMOS, T.T. SUTTON, and Motoomi YAMAGUCHI: Epi- and mesopelagic fishes, acoustic data, and SST images collected offLanzarote, Fuerteventura, and Gran Canaria, Canary islands, during cruise "LA BOCAINA 04-97" .Inf. Tec Inst. Canario Crenc Mar., 5: 1- 45, 1999.
  2. GOTO Naoshige, Tomohiko KAWAMURA, Osamu MITAMURA, and Hisayoshi TERAI: Importance of extracellular organic carbon production in the total primary production by tidal-flat diatoms in comparison to phytoplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 190, 289-295, 1999.
  3. Hyo-Sang Choo and Takashige Sugimoto: Hydraulic model experiment on the circulation In Sagami Bay, JapanIV.-Time-varying states of the flow pattern and water excahnge In barotropic rotaing model. Bullitin of the Korean Environmental Sciences Society, 3, 57-73, 1999.
  4. KATSUKAWA, T. , Y. Lee, Y. MATSUMIYA : Spawning Per Recruit Alanyis for Female Snow Crab Chionoecetes opilio in the Sea off Kyoto Prefecture(in Japanese). ,Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 65, 288-293,1999.
  5. KATSUKAWA Toshio: Management Procedure and Japanese Fisheries Management(in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 17, 178-182, 1999.
  6. KAWAMURA, Tomohiko: Possible contributions of benthic diatoms as diets for herbivorous animals in mangrove estuaries. Proceedings of the 4th seminar on Results for 1997/98 Research Projects "Productivity and Sustainable Utilization of Brackish Water Mangrove Ecosystems", 28-34, 1999.
  7. KIMURA Shingo, Nakata Hideaki, Okazaki Yuji. and Takashige Sugimoto: Biological production process associated with frontal disturbance of the Kuroshio and Kuroshio Extension. Bulletin of Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, 62, 207-213, 1999.
  8. KIMURA Shingo, Doos K.ristofer and Andrew C. Coward: Numerical simulation to resolve the downstream migration of the Japanese eel. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 186, 303-306, 1999.
  9. KIMURA Shingo, Inoue Takashi and Takashige Sugimoto: Larval transport mechanism of the Japanese eel C. Monthly Kaiyo, extra 18, 53-59, 1999.
  10. KIMURA Shingo: Physical and biological processes in the Kuroshio front(in Japanese) . Monthly Kaiyo, 31, 197-200, 1999.
  11. KIMURA Shingo: Ocean circulation and survival strategy of migrating fish (in Japanese).Aquanet, 2, 18-21, 1999.
  12. KIMURA Shingo, Nakata Hideaki, Okazaki Yuji and Takashige Sugimoto : A diagram for evaluating nutrient consumption and primary production in the Kuroshio and its extension frontal eddies. In Proceedings of the International Marine Science Symposium held on 25-28 August 1998 at Mutsu and Hakodate, Japan, 54-59, 1999.
  13. KUMAZAWA, Yoshinori, Motoomi YAMAGUCHI, and Mutsumi NISHIDA: Mitochondrial molecular clocks and the origin of euteleostean biodiversity: familial radiation of perciforms may have predated the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary. In: "The Biology of Biodiversity " (M. Kato Ed.). Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 35-52, 1999.
  14. MATSUDA, Hiroyuki, Koichi KAJI, Hiroyuki UNO, Hirofumi HIRAKAWA and Takashi SAITOH : A management policy for sika deer based on sex-specific hunting. Researches on Population Ecology, 41:139-149. 1999.
  15. MATSUDA, Hiroyuki, Atsushi YAMAUCHI, Yoshiharu MATSUMIYA and Takashi YAMAKAWA: Rproductive value, harvest value, impact multiplier as indicators for maximum sustainable fisheries. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2: 129-146. 1999.
  16. MATSUDA, Hiroyuki : Accountability, adaptability and falsifiability in the Environmental impact assessment for World Exposition 2005(in Ja panese). Conservation Ecology Research 4:107-111 1999.
  17. MATSUMIYA, Yoshiharu, Toshio KATSUKAWA,Akihisa MORIYAMA and Kazuhiko TOKUNAGA: Practice of fisheries management and example of foreign countries(in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 17, 98-104, 1999.
  18. NAKATA Hideaki, Okazaki Yuji, Kimura Shingo and Takashige Sugimoto: Physical and biological characteristics of the aggregation of anchovy eggs and larvae around the northern edge of Kuroshio Extension. In Proceedings of the International Marine Science Symposium held on 25-28 August 1998 at Mutsu and Hakodate, Japan, 221-230, 1999.
  19. OKAZAKI Yuji, Nakata Hideaki and Shingo Kimura: Spatial differences in abundance and food availability of anchovy larvae in the Kuroshio Extension region. In Proceedings of the International Marine Science Symposium held on 25-28 August 1998 at Mutsu and Hakodate, Japan, 231-237, 1999.
  20. OSHIMA Yuko, Michio Kishi and Takashige Sugimoto: Evaluation of the nutrient budget In a seagrass bed. Ecological Modelling , 115, 19-33, 1999.
  21. ROBERTS, Rodney, Tomohiko KAWAMURA, and Christine NICHOLSON: Growth and survival of postlarval abalone (Haliotis iris) in relation to development and diatom diet. Journal of Shellfish Research, 18(1), 243-250, 1999.
  22. ROBERTS, Rodney, Tomohiko KAWAMURA, and Hideki TAKAMI: Morphorogical changes in the radula of abalone (Haliotis iris) during post-larval development. Journal of Shellfish Research, 18(2), 637-644, 1999.
  23. ROBERTS, Rodney, Tomohiko KAWAMURA, and Hideki TAKAMI: Abalone recruitment - anoverview of some recent research in New Zealand, Australia and Japan. Bulletin of Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, 62, 95-107, 1999.
  24. SARUWATARI, Toshiro: A symposium on the current status of heterochrony studies in aquatic Organisms (in Japanese). Otsuchi Marine Science, 24, 50-57, 1999.
  25. SUGIMOTO Takashige: Impact of climate change and El Nino events (in Japanese) . Bullitin of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Oceanography. 63(3), 51-55, 1999.
  26. TAKAHASHI, Motomitsu and Yoshiro WATANABE: Growth and metamorphosis of Japanese anchovy in the Kuroshio-Oyashio transition region (in Japanese), Kaiyo Monthly, 31, 227-230, 1999.
  27. TATSUKAWA, Kenichi : A Point of Contact with both Fisheries Stock Management and Marine Environmental Conservation in an Age of a New Legal Order for the Sea and Oceans(in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 17, 12-19, 1999.
  28. TATSUKAWA, Kenichi and Yoshiharu MATSUMIYA: Comments on Fisheries Management and Conservation of Eel (Anguilla japonica) in Japan - Setting about Eel Population Studies(in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly Extra, 18, 148-155, 1999.
  29. WATANABE, Satoshi, Toyoji KANEKO, and Yoshiro WATANABE: Immunocytochemical detection of mitochondria-rich cells in the brood pouch epithelium of Syngnathus schlegeli: Structural comparison with mitochondria-rich cells in the gills and larval epidermis. Cell & Tissue Research, 295, 141-149, 1999.
  30. WATANABE, Yoshiro: The Kuroshio-Oyashio transition region as a field of recruitment determination of small pelagic fishes (in Japanese). Kaiyo Monthly, 31, 181-183, 1999.
  31. WATANABE, Yoshiro, Hiromu ZENITANl, Ryo KIMURA, Chikako WATANABE, Yutaka OKUMURA, Hiroya SUGISAKI, and Yoshioki OOZEKI: Food availability for larval Sardinops melanostictus in the Kuroshio-Oyashio transition waters off Boso Peninsula. Proceedings of the International Marine Science Symposium on Ecosystem Dynamics of the Kuroshio-Oyashio Transition Region,194-205, 1999.
  32. YAMASITA, Yoh, Hideaki YAMADA, Hideki TAKAMI, Tomohiko KAWAMURA, and Yoshinari TSURUTA: Occurence, distribution and utilization of nursery grounds of settling and newly settled stone flounder, Kareius bicoloratus, in Sendai bay. Bulletin of Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, 62, 61-67, 1999.
  33. YASUDA, Ichiro, Hiroya SUGISAKI, Yoshiro WATANABE, and Sho-shiro MINOBE: Inter-decadal variations in Japanese sardine and Ocean/Climate. Fisheries Oceanography, 8, 18-24, 1999.

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