Tamiji Yamamoto

Last Updated :2019/12/02

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, ., Professor
Web Site
E-mail
tamyamahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
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Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2004/04/01, 2019/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Professor
  • 1995/08/01, 2004/03/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Applied Biological Science, Associate Professor
  • 1991/04/01, 1995/07/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Applied Biological Science, Assistant Professor
  • 1985/04/01, 1991/03/31, Aichi Fisheries Institute, Scientist
  • 1983/04/01, 1985/03/31, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Researcher

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Agriculture, TOHOKU UNIVERSITY
  • M. Agr., TOHOKU UNIVERSITY

Educational Activity

  • 【Bachelor Degree Program】School of Applied Biological Science : Department of Applied Biological Science
  • 【Master's Program】Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life : Division of Integrated Sciences for Life : Program of Bioresource Science
  • 【Doctoral Program】Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life : Division of Integrated Sciences for Life : Program of Bioresource Science

Research Fields

  • Agricultural sciences;Applied aquatic science;Aquatic bioproduction science

Research Keywords

  • model|material cycling|ocean
  • recycle|slug|coal ash|oyster shell
  • oxygen depletion|sediment quality
  • eutrophic|oligotrophic
  • harmful algae|environment|physiology
  • phytoplankton|physiology|ecology
  • environment|red tide
  • global warming|aquatic ecosystem
  • seaweed|nutrient

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Aquatic Environmental Science
  2. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Laboratory and Field Works of Environmental Biology
  3. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Environmental Sciences for Bioproduction
  4. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Laboratory Work in General Biology I
  5. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Academic Year, Graduation Thesis
  6. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Topics in Integrated Ecoscience I
  7. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Exercises in Modeling and Management of Environmental Dynamics(B)
  8. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Exercises in Modeling and Management of Environmental Dynamics(B)
  9. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Practice in Modeling and Management of Environmental Dynamics
  10. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Research for Academic Degree Dissertation
  11. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Introduction to Aquatic Environmental Ecology
  12. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Advance in Aquatic Environmental Ecology

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Impact of steel slag on benthic community under semi-artificial environment, 875-884, 201310
  2. Responses of the Hiroshima Bay ecosystem to inputs, 53-54, 201310
  3. Remediation of coastal sediments using granulated coal ash, 87-88, 201310
  4. Nitrification, Denitrification and Nitrate Reduction Rates in the Sediment of Hiroshima Bay, Japan, Journal of Oceanography, 53(4), 317-324, 199708
  5. Effects of temperature, Salinity and Irradiance on the Growth of Toxic Dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan., The Japanese journal of phycology, 45(2), 95-101, 19970710
  6. Present status of water and sediment qualities in relation to the biological production in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan., JSPS-VCC Joint Seminar on Marine Science= Role of Oceanography in Sustainable Utilization of Living and Non-Living Marine Resources, 217-226, 19970401
  7. Nitrogen budget and water quality management in the larviculture ponds of swimming crab, 25-31, 19970401
  8. Temporal variation of photosynthetic pigment composition in sinking particles during the ice covered season in Saroma Ko lagoon., Journal of Marine Systems, 11, 123-131, 19970401
  9. Nitrification, denitrification and nitrate reduction rates in the sediment of Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Journal of Oceanography, 53, 317-324, 19970401
  10. Uptake kinetics of nitrate, ammonia and phosphate by the dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan, PHYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 65(4), 333-339, 201710
  11. Fertilizer application to enhance the growth of raft-cultured oysters., Proceedings of the JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium “Fisheries Science for Future Generations”, 20170922
  12. Creation of fish habitats with thinning timbers in Mitsu Bay - a case study of ICZM., Proceedings of the JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium “Fisheries Science for Future Generations”, 20170922
  13. Designing an effective action plan for sustainable local resources and the coastal environment: A case study of Mitsu Bay, Hiroshima, Japan, Proceedings of International Conference "Managing risks to coastal regions and communities in a changing world" (EMECS'11 - SeaCoasts XXVI, 22-27, 20170315
  14. A pilot study on remediation of muddy tidal flat using porous pile, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 114, 837-842, 20170123
  15. A field experiment of sulfide reduction in silty sediment using steel-making slag, ISIJ International, 56, 2100-2106, 20160708
  16. Numerical evaluation of the use of granulated coal ash to reduce an oxygen-deficient water mass, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 107(1), 188-205, 20160615
  17. Field Experiments on suppression of hydrogen sulfide in silty sediments using steelmaking slag, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Process Development in Iron and Steelmaking (SCANMET V), CD-ROM, CD-ROM(11), 20160614
  18. Enhancement of Marine Phytoplankton Growth by Steel-making Slag as a Promising Component for the Development of Algal Biofuels, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 56(4), 708-713, 20160501
  19. Assessing responses of the Hiroshima Bay ecosystem to increasing or decreasing phosphorus and nitrogen inputs, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 102(2), 256-264, 20160130
  20. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 20151115
  21. Reduction Test of Hydrogen Sulfide in Silty Sediment of Fukuyama Inner Harbor Using Steelmaking Slag, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(12), 2686-2693, 20150908
  22. Estimation of hydrogen sulfide removal efficiency with granulated coal ash applied to eutrophic marine sediment using a simplified simulation model, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 94, 55-61, 20150515
  23. A pilot study on remediation of sediments enriched by oyster farming wastes using granulated coal ash, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 90, 54-59, 20150115
  24. Mechanism of suppression of sulfide ion in seawater using steelmaking slag, ISIJ International, 54, 1741-1748, 201408
  25. Oligotrophication in the western Seto Inland Sea, 52, 49-58, 201408
  26. Field experiments on remediation of coastal sediments using granulated coal ash, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 83(1), 132-137, 20140614
  27. Mechanism of hydrogen sulfide removal from sediments of aquatic environments by granulated coal ash, 92-93, 201403
  28. Removal of hydrogen sulfide with steelmaking slag by concurrent reactions of sulfide mineralization and oxidation, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 63, 122-126, 20140214
  29. Reduction Test of Hydrogen Sulfide in the Silty Sediment of the Fukuyama Inner Harbor Using Steelmaking Slag, TETSU TO HAGANE-JOURNAL OF THE IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN, 100(3), 421-428, 201402
  30. Suppression of phosphate release from coastal sediments using granulated coal ash, ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE, 116, 41-49, 20130111
  31. Decrease of Sulfide in Enclosed Coastal Sea by Using Steelmaking Slag, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1894-1901, 2013
  32. Importance of scientific information on the creation of Sato-Umi, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 79(6), 1041-1042, 2013
  33. Remediation of muddy tidal flat sediments using hot air-dried crushed oyster shells, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 64(11), 2428-2434, 20121112
  34. Mechanisms of Hydrogen Sulfide Removal with Steel Making Slag, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 46(18), 10169-10174, 20120918
  35. Growth and uptake kinetics of phosphate by benthic microalga Nitzschia sp isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan, PHYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 60(3), 223-228, 20120712
  36. Combined adsorption and oxidation mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide on granulated coal ash, JOURNAL OF COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE, 377, 284-290, 20120701
  37. Modeling the effect of nitrogen input from feed on the nitrogen dynamics in an enclosed intensive culture pond of black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon), Coast. Mar. Sci., 35, 39-51, 201204
  38. Adsorption of hydrogen sulfide onto steel making slag, 98-99, 201203
  39. Field experiments of restoring a muddy tidal flat using recycled oyster shells, Proceedings of the 2011 Joint International Symposium between Pukyong National University and Hiroshima University, 1-1, 20111006
  40. Growth enhancement of benthic microalgae by nutrients and iron dissolution from steel making slag, Proceedings of the 2011 Joint International Symposium between Pukyong National University and Hiroshima University, 3-3, 20111006
  41. Phosphorus mass balance in a highly eutrophic semi-enclosed inlet near a big metropolis: A small inlet can contribute towards particulate organic matter production, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 63(42867), 237-242, 201104
  42. XAFS analysis of calcium peroxide on the surface of peroxized oyster shell, Proceedings of the 15th Hiroshima International Symposium on Synchrotron Radiation, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan, 40-41, 201102
  43. Evaluation of organic matter load in different methods of oyster culture, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 77(6), 1043-1050, 2011
  44. Frontier of marine environmental restoration technique using recycled materials, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 77(6), 1110-1113, 2011
  45. Nitrate and phosphate uptake kinetics of the harmful diatom Coscinodiscus wailesii, a causative organism in the bleaching of aquacultured Porphyra thalli, HARMFUL ALGAE, 9(6), 563-567, 20100910
  46. Characteristics of phosphate adsorption onto granulated coal ash in seawater, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 60(8), 1188-1192, 201008
  47. Effects of phytoplankton vertical migration on the formation of oxygen depleted water in a shallow coastal sea, ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE, 86(3), 441-449, 201002
  48. Remediation of coastal marine sediments using granulated coal ash, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 172(1), 92-98, 200912
  49. Adsorption mechanism of hydrogen sulfide onto crushed oyster shell, 37-37, 200910
  50. Effects of culture density on the growth and fecal production of oyster Crassostrea gigas, 261-261, 200910
  51. Removal of hydrogen sulfide using crushed oyster shell from pore water to remediate organically enriched coastal marine sediments, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 100(18), 4127-4132, 200909
  52. Contribution of benthic microalgae to the whole water algal biomass and primary production in Suo Nada, the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, JOURNAL OF OCEANOGRAPHY, 65(3), 311-323, 200906
  53. Nitrate and phosphate uptake kinetics of the harmful diatom Eucampia zodiacus Ehrenberg, a causative organism in the bleaching of aquacultured Porphyra thalli, HARMFUL ALGAE, 8(3), 513-517, 2009
  54. Effects of culture density on the growth and fecal production of the oyster Crassostrea gigas, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 75(2), 230-236, 2009
  55. Carbon flow through the food web established on an artificial fish reef, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 75(5), 810-818, 2009
  56. An artificial midlayer seafloor-Evaluation of reducing sinking particulate load from suspended oyster culture from an initial half-year observation, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 75(5), 834-843, 2009
  57. Nitrate and phosphate uptake kinetics of the harmful diatom Eucampia zodiacus Ehrenberg, a causative organism in the bleaching of aquacultured Porphyra thalli, HARMFUL ALGAE, 8(3), 513-517, 2009
  58. Deterioration of sediment quality in Hiroshima Bay: Comparison with the neighboring area, Suo Nada, Proceedings of 5th World Fisheries Congress, CD-ROM, 200810
  59. An estimation of net ecosystem metabolism and net denitrification of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 215(42738), 55-68, 200807
  60. Phytoremediation of shallow organically enriched marine sediments using benthic microalgae, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 57(42740), 108-115, 2008
  61. Enhancement of aerobic decomposition of organic matter from aquaculture by an artificial midlayer seafloor, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 74(3), 429-431, 2008
  62. Comparison of sediment quality between Hiroshima Bay and Suo Nada-Special reference to the seasonal variations of sediment quality parameters and their relationships, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 74(6), 1037-1042, 2008
  63. An estimation of net ecosystem metabolism and net denitrification of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 215(42738), 55-68, 2008
  64. Analyses of phosphorus and nitrogen cyclings in the estuarine ecosystem of Hiroshima Bay by a pelagic and benthic coupled model, ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE, 75(42737), 189-204, 20071007
  65. Use of Mathematical model to assess the effects of dissolved organic phosphorus on species competition among the dinoflagellates Alexandrium tamarense and Gymnodinium catenatum and the diatom Skeletonema costatum., J. Kor. Fish. Soc., 40, 39-49, 20070401
  66. Oligotrophication and changes of phytoplankton species composition in estuaries induced by dam constructions, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 73(1), 80-84, 20070107
  67. Numerical model analyses on the effects of steelmaking slag addition to growth of the marine diatom Skeletonema costatum: Importance of pH effects, TETSU TO HAGANE-JOURNAL OF THE IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN, 92(10), 635-642, 20061006
  68. Phosphorus and nitrogen cyclings in the pelagic system of Hiroshima Bay: Results of numerical model simulation, JOURNAL OF OCEANOGRAPHY, 62(4), 493-509, 20060806
  69. Uptake and excretion of dissolved organic phosphorus by the two toxic dinoflagellates Alexandrium tamarense Lebour (Balech) and Gymnodinium catenatum Graham., J. Fish. Sci. Technol., 9, 30-37, 20060501
  70. Importance of controlling community structure of living organisms in intensive shrimp culture ponds.3, Coast. Mar. Sci., 31, 91-99, 20060401
  71. Biogeochemical cycles during the species succession from Skeletonema costatum to Alexandrium tamarense in northern Hiroshima Bay, JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS, 52(42739), 15-32, 20051204
  72. Alkaline phosphatase activity and phosphatase hydrolyzable phosphorus for phytoplankton in Hiroshima Bay., Ocean Sci. J., 40, 183-190, 20051201
  73. Effect of steel-making slag addition on growth of the diatom Skeletonema costatum and the dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense, TETSU TO HAGANE-JOURNAL OF THE IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN, 91(10), 783-787, 20051005
  74. Water and sediment quality, partial mass budget and effluent N loading in coastal brackishwater shrimp farms in Bangladesh, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 48(42861), 471-485, 20050504
  75. Proposal for new estuarine ecosystem management by discharge control of dams., Comprehensive and Responsible Coastal Zone Management for Sustainable and Friendly Coexistence between Nature and People (6th International Conference on Environmental Management of Enclosed Seas), 475-486, 20050201
  76. Evaluation of benthic nutrient fluxes and their importance in the pelagic nutrient cycles in Suo Nada, Japan, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 71(3), 593-604, 20050105
  77. A proposal simulating phytoplankton speces changes in shrimp pond by the multi-compartment model.3, Proceedings of the First Joint Seminar on Coastal Oceanography, 27-38, 20040901
  78. Simultaneous remediation of water and sediment qualities in culturally oligotrophic coastal environments using steel-making slag., Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium (43th Annual Conference of Metallurgists of CIM), 585-598, 20040701
  79. Growth and uptake kinetics for nitrate, ammonium and phosphate by the toxic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 70(1), 108-115, 20040204
  80. Pulsed nutrient supply as a factor inducing phytoplankton diversity, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 171(3), 247-270, 20040115
  81. Application of a two-compartment one-toxin model to predict the toxin accumulation in Pacific oysters in Hiroshima Bay, Japan, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 69(5), 944-950, 20031003
  82. Release of phosphorus and silicon from steelmaking slag and their effects on growth of natural phytoplankton assemblages, TETSU TO HAGANE-JOURNAL OF THE IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN, 89(4), 482-488, 20030403
  83. The Seto Inland Sea - eutrophic or oligotrophic?, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 47(42741), 37-42, 20030401
  84. Modelling the population dynamics of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense in Hiroshima Bay, Japan. II. Sensitivity to physical and biological parameters, JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH, 25(1), 63-81, 20030103
  85. Effects of winds, tides and river water runoff on the formation and disappearance of the Alexandrium tamarense bloom in Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Harmful Algae, 1, 301-312, 20020801
  86. Utilization of dissolved organic phosphorus by the two dinoflagellates: Alexandrium tamarense and Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophyceae)., Fish Sci., 68, 416-424, 20020401
  87. Proposal of mesotrophication through nutrient discharge control for sustainable fisheries., Fish Sci., 68, 538-541, 20020401
  88. Effects of temperature, salinity and irradiance on the growth of the toxic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophyceae) isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 68(2), 356-363, 20020401
  89. Effect of temperature, salinity and irradiance on the growth of the toxic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophyceae) isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Fish Sci., 68, 356-363, 20020401
  90. Utilization of dissolved organic phosphorus by the two toxic dinoflagellates, Alexandrium tamarense and Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophyceae), FISHERIES SCIENCE, 68(2), 416-424, 20020401
  91. Proposal of mesotrophication through nutrient discharge control for sustainable estuarine fisheries, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 68, 538-541, 20020401
  92. Modelling the population dynamics of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium Tamarense in Hiroshima Bay, Japan, JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH, 24(1), 33-47, 20020101
  93. Proposal of mesotrophication through nutrient discharge control for sustainable estuarine fisheries, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 68, 538-541, 2002
  94. Effects of winds, tides and river water runoff on the formation and disappearance of the Alexandrium tamarense bloom in Hiroshima Bay, Japan, HARMFUL ALGAE, 1(3), 301-312, 2002
  95. Spatial and temporal variations of sediment quality in and around fish cage farms: A case study of aquaculture in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, FISHERIES SCIENCE, 67(4), 619-627, 20010801
  96. Applying heat and mass balance theory to determine the flow rate for the measurement of benthic material flux in a flow-through system, HYDROBIOLOGIA, 435(42738), 135-142, 20000901
  97. Middle layer intrusion as an important factor supporting phytoplankton productivity at a tidal front in Iyo Nada, the Seto Inland Sea, Japan., Journal of Oceanography, 56(2), 131-139, 20000401
  98. Oyster culture as a biofilter, nutrient recycler and biohabitat new perspectives for sustainable environmental and resource management, 13-15, 20000401
  99. The role of suspended oyster culture on nitrogen cycle in Hiroshima Bay., Journal of Oceanotraphy, 56, 223-231, 20000401
  100. Effects of diffusion and upwelling on the formation of red tides, JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH, 22(2), 363-380, 20000201
  101. Application of water quality data to estimate the cultured oyster biomass in Hiroshima Bay (共著), Fisheries Science, 65, 673-678, 19990401
  102. Growth and phosphate uptake kinetics of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense from Hiroshima Bay in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, Phycological Research, 47(1), 27-32, 19990301
  103. Application of Water Quality Data to Estimate the Cultured Oyster Biomass in Hiroshima Bay:Estimation of the Cultured Oyster Biomass, Fisheries Science, 65(5), 673-678, 1999
  104. Comparison of temperature adaptation patterns of subtropical/tropical, subantarctic and arctic phytoplankton communities., Journal of Faculty of Applied Biological Science= Hiroshima Univ., 37, 1-10, 19980401
  105. Growth and phosphate uptake kinetics of Alexandrium tamarense from Mikawa Bay, Japan., Harmful and Toxic Algal Blooms., 293-296, 19960401
  106. Vertical distribution of photosynthetic pigments characterized by HPLC under the ice of Saroma Ko lagoon.(共著), Proc. NIPR Symposium on Polar Biol., 8, 29-36, 19950401
  107. Contribution fo micro- and nanophytoplankton cell carbon to particulate organic carbon in the East China Sea during May 1980., Journal of the Faculty of Applied Biological Science of Hiroshima University, 34, 147-160, 19950401
  108. Vertical distribution of photosynthetic pigments characterized by HPLC under the ice of Saroma Ko lagoon., Proceedings of National Institute of Polar Research Symposium on Polar Biology, 29-36, 19950401
  109. Physiological responses of Si-limited Skeletonema costatum to silicate supply with salinity decrease., Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan, 42, 1-16, 19950401
  110. Spring and summer phytoplankton chlorophyll a size fractions(〉10μm and 〈10μm)in the offshore waters around Japan, 1-6, 19930401
  111. Processes causing the chlorophyll a maximum in the tidal front in Iyo-Nada, Japan., Journal of Oceanography, 49, 57-70, 19930401
  112. Processes Causing the Chlorophyll a Maximum in the Tidal Front in Iyo-Nada,Japan, Journal of Oceanography, 49(1), p57-70, 199302
  113. LATITUDINAL DIFFERENCES IN TEMPERATURE ADAPTATION PATTERN OF PHYTOPLANKTON PHOTOSYNTHETIC ACTIVITY (ABSTRACT) (14th Symposium on Polar Biology), Proceedings of the NIPR Symposium on Polar Biology, 6, 199301
  114. Prediction of the development of red tide by the spectral analysis-a new approach., Journal of the Faculty of Applied Biological Science of Hiroshima University, 31, 19920401
  115. Formation and retention mechanisms of phytoplankton peak abundance in the Kuroshio front., Journal of Plankton Research, 10, 1113-1130, 19880401
  116. Small-scale zooplankton aggregations at the front of a Kuroshio warm-core ring., Deep-Sea Research, 33, 1729-1740, 19860401
  117. Small-scale variations in phytoplankton standing stock and productivity across the oceanic fronts in the Southern Ocean, Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research. Special issue, 40, 25-41, 198602
  118. Formation and retention of phytoplankton assembly in the Kuroshio front (extended abstract), Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research. Special issue, 32, 60-62, 198408
  119. Microplankton Distribution at an Oceanic Front Formed in the Sanriku Waters off Northeast Japan, Bulletin of the Plankton Society of Japan, 28(2), p111-120, 198112

Publications such as books

  1. 2009/06, HiSOR Activity Report 2009, Identifiying sulfur species for revealing adsorption mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide onto granulated coal ash by XAFS analysis, 2009, 6, English, Asaoka, S., S. Hayakawa, T. Yamamoto and S. Kondo, 2, 2
  2. 2009/06, HiSOR Activity Report 2009, XAFS analysis of calcium peroxide on the surface of peroxidized oyster shell, 2009, 6, English, Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto, Y. Mogi and S. Hayakawa, 2, 2
  3. 2005/03, Progress in Aquatic Ecosystem Research, NOVA Science Publishers= Inc., 2005, 3, English, 1594543836, 225, 22
  4. 2004/01, Red Tides, Terra Scientific Pub. Co., 2004, 1, English, 17
  5. 1997, Sustainable Development in the Seto Inland Sea, Terra Scientific Pub. Co., 1997, English, 42
  6. 1988/04, Preliminary Report of The Hakuho Maru Cruise KH-81-4(WESTPAC), Studies on the plankton in the Subarctic Waters off Sanriku, northeastern Japan, Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, 1988, 4, English, Nakamura, Y., T. Yamamoto, H. Hattori, the late T. Shoji, T. Yamamoto and A. Taniguchi, 9

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Modelling of phosphorus and nitrogen cyclings in the estuarine ecosystem of Hiroshima Bay., Kittiwanich, J., T. Yamamoto and T. Hashimoto, Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association 41st International Conference (ESCA41), 2016/10/07, Without Invitation, Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association, Venezia, Italy
  2. Estimation of fish catch resulting from artificial timber reefs deployment: a numerical modeling, Alam, J. F., Alam, J. F., T. Yamamoto1, T. Umino, S. Nakahara and K. Hiraoka, 2019/03/28, Without Invitation
  3. Nutrient cycles created by setting artificial timber reefs., Alam, J. F., T. Yamamoto, S. Nakahara, K. Hiraoka and H. Ohtoshi, 2018/09/16, Without Invitation
  4. An estimation of biomass of animals and fish associating oyster rafts in Hiroshima Bay., Wahyudin, T. Yamamoto, 2018/09/16, Without Invitation
  5. Oligotrophication and its measures in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan., Abo, K., T. Yamamoto, 45th Scientific Symposium, US-Japan Natural Resources Panel on Aquaculture, Marine Aquaculture in a changing environment, 2017/10/16, Without Invitation, UJNR, Hiroshima
  6. Distribution of biophilic elements and phosphorus accumulation in Hiroshima Bay sediments, Japan., Yamamoto, T., K. Orimoto, S. Asaoka, K. H. Kim, H. Yamamoto and S. Onodera, WSEAS Conference Sereis, 13th International Conference on Energy, Environment, Ecosystems and Sustainable Development (EEESD '17), 2017/09/28, Without Invitation, WSEAS, Croatia
  7. Oyster competitors in Hiroshima Bay: Prey-predator numerical model., Wahyudin, T. Yamamoto, The JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium “Fisheries Science for Future Generations”, 2017/09/24, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Tokyo
  8. Fertilizer application to enhance the growth of raft-cultured oysters., T. Yamamoto, S. Ishida, S. Nakahara, K. Hiraoka, Y. Omichi and H. Mutsuda, The JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium, 2017/09/24, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Tokyo
  9. Creation of fish habitats with thinning timbers in Mitsu Bay - a case study of ICZM., Alam, J. F., T. Yamamoto, H. Nakamura, T. Umino, S. Nakahara, K. Hiraoka and H. Ohtoshi, The JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium “Fisheries Science for Future Generations”, 2017/09/24, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Tokyo
  10. Applicatin of fertilizer to enhance cultured oyster growth, Yamamoto, T., S. Ishida, S. Nakahara, K. Hiraoka, Y. Omichi and H. Mutsuda, International Conference on Marine Science and Aquaculture, New Frontier in Sustainable Marine Bioresouorces, 2017/03/14, Without Invitation, University of Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Indonesia
  11. Application of steel-making slag for Nori growth, Rohman, T. N., T. Yamamoto, K. Takeda, S. Hironaka and Y. Hirao, International Conference on Marine Science and Aquaculture, New Frontier in Sustainable Marine Bioresouorces, 2017/03/14, Without Invitation, University of Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Indonesia
  12. Oyster competitors in Hiroshima Bay: Development of prey-predator numerical model, Wahyudin Putrasasmita; Tamiji Yamamoto, Wahyudin Putrasasmita; Tamiji Yamamoto, JSFS Chugoku-Shikoku Branch Meeting 2016, 2016/10/22, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Higashi-Hiroshima
  13. Application of steel-making slag for seaweed growth, Rohman, T. N., T. Yamamoto and K. Takeda, The 2016 Autumn Meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2016/09/09, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Nara
  14. Designing an effective action plan for sustainable local resources and the coastal environment: A case study of Mitsu Bay, Hiroshima, Japan, Yamamoto, T., S. Tateno, K. Hata, K. Mizushima, Y. Goda, S. Takahashi, K. Tarutani, H. Saito and T. Tanimoto, EMECS11 SeaCoasts XXVI Joint Conference, 2016/08/24, Without Invitation, EMECS, St. Petersburg, Russia
  15. Field experiments on suppression of hydrogen sulfide in silty sediments using steelmaking slag, Miyata, Y., T. Yamamoto, A. Hayashi, K. Takahashi, K. Watanabe and N. Urabe, 5th International Conference on Process Development in Iron and Steelmaking (SCANMET V), 2016/06/14, Without Invitation, SCANMET, Lulea, Sweden
  16. Modelling the algal blooms triggered by oxygen depletion in a dam reservoir, Yamamoto, T., K. Harada, HydroEco2015, 5th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Hydrology and Ecology: Advances in Monitoring, Predicting and Managing Hydroecological Processes, 2015/04/13, Without Invitation, HydroEco2015, Vienna, Austria
  17. Application of granulated coal ash pile for remediation of muddy tidal flat., Kim, K. H., S. Nakashita, T. Hibino, T. Yamamoto, K. Nakamoto and I. C. Lee, ECSA54 Coastal systems uner change: tuning assessment and management tools, 2014/05/12, Without Invitation, ECSA54, Sesimbra, Portugal
  18. Dissolved iron concentration along the basin of the Ohta River-Hiroshima Bay estuary, Japan., Yamamoto, T., S. Ishida and K. Takeda, ECSA54 Coastal systems under change: tuning assessment and management tools, 2014/05/12, Without Invitation, ECSA54, Sesimbra, Portugal
  19. Remediation of coastal sediments using granulated coal ash., Kim, K.H., T. Hibino, T. Yamamoto, Lee, I.C., S. Hayakawa and K. Nakamoto, Global Congress on ICM ? Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges. The 10th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS), 2013/10/30, Without Invitation, International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS), Marmaris, Turkey
  20. Responses of the Hiroshima Bay ecosystem to inputs., T. Yamamoto, Kittiwanich, J., O. Kawaguchi and I. Madinabeitia, International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS), 2013/10/30, Without Invitation, International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS), Marmaris, Turkey
  21. Impact of steel slag on benthic community under semi-artificial environment., Akiyama, Y. B., Akiyama, Y. B., H. Yano, T. Katayama, K. Koba, M. Nagao, T. Okuda, S. Nakai, T. Tanimoto, T. Yamamoto, W. Nishijima, ISWA World Congress Vienna 2013, 2013/10/07, Without Invitation, ISWA, Vienna, Austria
  22. Mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide oxidation by steelmaking slag., Okada, K., Okada, K., K. H. Kim, T. Yamamoto and S. Hayakawa, The 17th Hiroshima International Symposium on Synchrotron Radiation, 2013/02/28, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima
  23. Removal of hydrogen sulfide using steelmaking slag., Okada, K., T. Watanabe, T. Yamamoto, K.H. Kim, S. Asaoka, A. Hayashi, S. Hayakawa, K. Takeda and Y. Miyata, 4th IWA Young Water Professional Conference 2012, 2012/12/08, Without Invitation, International Water Association, Tokyo
  24. Remediation of eutrophic sediments using industrial byproducts., Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto and H. Okamura, 4th IWA Young Water Professional Conference 2012, 2012/12/08, Without Invitation, International Water Association, Tokyo, Japan
  25. A field experiment of sulfide reduction using steelmaking slag., Miyata, Y., M. Kuwayama, A. Hayashi, T. Yamamoto and N. Urabe, 8th Global Slag Conference and Exhibition 2012, 2012/11/12, Without Invitation, Global Slag, Las Vegas, USA
  26. Estimation of phosphorus content in the sea bottom sediment of Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Yamamoto, T., K.H. Kim, S. Asaoka and H. Yamamoto, 2012 ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting,, 2012/07/09, Without Invitation, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ohtsu, Japan
  27. Revisiting cultural oligotrophication in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan., Yamamoto, T., O. Kawaguchi and A. Wanishi, ECSA50, 2012/06/06, Without Invitation, ECSA, Venice, Italy
  28. Effects of silicate elution from hardened fly ash to natural marine environment., Saito, T., T. Yamamoto, T. Imaoka, K. Hino and T. Hibino, ECSA 50, 2012/06/05, Without Invitation, ECSA, Venice, Italy
  29. Growth enhancement of benthic microalgae by nutrients and iron dissolution from steel making slag., Ishii, M., T. Yamamoto, 2011 Joint International Symposium between Pukyong National University and Hiroshima University, 2011/10/06, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
  30. Field experiments of restoring a muddy tidal flat using recycled oyster shells., Yamamoto, T., 2011 Joint International Symposium between Pukyong National University and Hiroshima University, 2011/10/06, With Invitation, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
  31. Remediation of muddy tidal flat sediments using hot air dried crushed oyster shells., Yamamoto, T., S. Kondo, K. H. Kim, S. Asaoka, H. Yamamoto, M. Tokuoka and T. Hibino, The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference and Exhibition, 2011/10/05, Without Invitation, IWA-ASPIRE, Tokyo, Japan
  32. Granulated coal ash can effectively adsorb hydrogen sulfide., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto, S. Hayakawa, K. H. Kim and H. Yamamoto, The 9th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS), 2011/08/29, Without Invitation, EMECS, Boltimore, USA
  33. Suppression of phosphate release from coastal sediments using granulated coal ash., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., K. Harada, K. H. Kim, S. Asaoka and I. Yoshioka, The 9th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS9),, 2011/08/29, Without Invitation, EMECS, Boltimore, USA
  34. Hydrogen sulfide concentration in pore water of Hiroshima Bay and its suppression technology for maintaining healthy aquaculture activities., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto, K-H. Kim, H. Yamamoto and K. Orimotol, Intenational Symposium on Advanced Studies by Young Scientists on Environmental Pollution and Ecotoxicology, 2011/08/06, With Invitation, SEAMES, Ehime, Japan
  35. XAFS analysis of calcium peroxide on the surface of peroxidized oyster shell., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto, Y. Mogi and S. Hayakawa, The 15th Hiroshima International Symposium on Synchrotoron Radiation., 2011/03/03, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
  36. Numerical modeling of the slow-growing, motile harmful alga Gymnodium catenatum in Inokushi Bay, a small inlet in southern Japan., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T. and R. Sakai, PICES-2010“North Pacific Ecosystems Today, and Challenges in Understanding and Forecasting Change”, 2010/10/27, With Invitation, PICES, Portland, U.S.A.
  37. Crushed oyster shell addition is effective in suppressing hydrogen sulfide build-up in anoxic marine sediments., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto, S. Kondo and S. Hayakawa, Techno-Ocean 2010, 2010/10/15, Without Invitation, Techno-Ocean, Kobe, Japan
  38. Activity for restoration of the muddy tidal flat at the innermost Hiroshima Bay., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., S. Kondo, S. Asaoka, H. Yamamoto, T. Hibino, M. Tokuoka and Y. Yasumitsu, Techno-Ocean 2010, 2010/10/15, Without Invitation, Techno-Ocean, Kobe, Japan
  39. Phosphorus mass balance in a highly eutrophic semi-enclosed inlet near a big metropolis: A small inlet can contribute towards particulate organic matter production., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S. and T. Yamamoto, 6th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology, 2010/06/01, Without Invitation, Elsevier, Hong Kong
  40. Identifying sulfur species for revealing adsorption mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide onto granulated coal ash by XAFS analysis., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S., Hayakawa, T. Yamamoto and S. Kondo, The 14th Hiroshima International Symposium on Synchrotron Radiation., 2010/03/04, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
  41. Simulation of water quality in Hiroshima Bay using the pelagic-benthic coupling model., Yamamoto, H., Yamamoto, H. and T. Yamamoto, International Symposium on Terrestorial Envirionment. “Research of Watershed Environment ? Past to Future ?“, 2010/02/20, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
  42. Estimation of phosphorus budget in a semi-enclosed inlet in northern Hiroshima Bay., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S. and T. Yamamoto, International Symposium on Terrestorial Envirionment. “Research of Watershed Environment ? Past to Future ?“, 2010/02/20, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
  43. International Symposium on Terrestorial Envirionment. “Research of Watershed Environment ? Past to Future ?“, Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., S. Asaoka and H. Yamamoto, International Symposium on Terrestorial Envirionment. “Research of Watershed Environment ? Past to Future ?“, 2010/02/20, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
  44. The Center for Restration of Basin Ecosystem and Environment (CeRBEE), activity center for integrated coastal management, established in Hiroshima University, Japan., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., S. Asaoka and H. Yamamoto, International Symposium on Integrated Coastal Management for Marine Biodiversity in Asia, 2010/01/14, Without Invitation, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
  45. Effects of culture density on the growth and fecal production of oyster Crassostrea gigas., Yqamamot, T., Yamamoto, T., H. Maeda, O. Matsuda and T. Hashimoto, PICES-2009“Understanding ecosystem dynamics and pursuing ecosystem approaches to management”, 2009/10/24, With Invitation, PICES, Jeju, Korea
  46. Adsorption Mechanisms of Hydrogen Sulfide onto Crushed Oyster shell., Kondo, S., Kondo, S., S. Asaoka, T. Yamamoto and S. Hayakawar, The 13th Hiroshima International Symposium on Synchrotoron Radiation, 2009/03/10, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
  47. Adsprption mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide onto granulated coal ash., Asaoka, S., Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto and S. Hayakawa, The 13th Hiroshima International Symposium on Synchrotoron Radiation, 2009/03/10, Without Invitation, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
  48. Effects of phytoplankton vertical migration on the formation of oxygen depleted water in a shallow coastal sea., Haraguchi, K., Haraguchi, K., T. Yamamoto, Y. Shimizu, S. Chiba and M. Nagao, The 8th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS8), 2008/10/28, Without Invitation, EMECS, Shanghai, China
  49. Phytoremediation of organically enriched sediment ? Evaluation by a numerical model., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., O. Kawaguchi, and I. Goto, The 8th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS8), 2008/10/28, Without Invitation, EMECS, Shanghai, China
  50. Real-time monitoring of red tide and oxygen deficient water mass formations in Ago Bay, Japan., Haraguchi, K., Haraguchi, K., S. Chiba, Y. Yamagata, T. Yamamoto, T. Masuda, Y. Shimizu, H. Okumura, H. Kokubu and T. Atsumi, 5th World Fisheries Congress, 2008/10/22, Without Invitation, Fisheries Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
  51. Real-time monitoring of red tide and oxygen deficient water mass formations in Ago Bay, Japan., Haraguchi, K., S. Chiba, Y. Yamagata, T. Yamamoto, T. Masuda, Y. Shimizu, H. Okumura, H. Kokubu and T. Atsumi, Haraguchi, K., S. Chiba, Y. Yamagata, T. Yamamoto, T. Masuda, Y. Shimizu, H. Okumura, H. Kokubu and T. Atsumi, The 5th World Fisheries Congress, Yokohama, Japan, 2008/10/22, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Sience, Yokohama, Japan
  52. Deterioration of sediment quality in Hiroshima Bay: Comparison with the neighboring area, Suo Nada., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., T. Hashimoto, O. Matsuda, O. Kawaguchi, J. Kittiwanich, Md. J.Sarker, K. Haraguchi, S. Asaoka, The 5th World Fisheries Congress, 2008/10/22, Without Invitation, Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Yokohama, Japan
  53. An estimation of net ecosystem metabolism and net denitrification of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., N. Hiraga, K. Takeshita and T. Hashimoto, International Conference on Ecological Modelling 2006 (ICEM2006), 2006/08/29, Without Invitation, Elsevier, Yamaguchi, Japan
  54. Benthic photosynthesis of the euphotic sea floor in Ago Bay, Japan., Haraguchi, K., Haraguchi, K., Y. Shimizu, K. Anggara, A. Gusti., Y. Yamagata, S. Chiba, T. Yamamoto, The 7th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS7), 2006/05/10, Without Invitation, EMECS, Caen, France
  55. Application of benthic microalgae for remediation of eutrophic sediments in a semi-enclosed bay, Yamamoto, T., 2006/05/10, Without Invitation, EMECS, Caen, France
  56. Importance of controlling community structure of living organisms in intensive shrimp culture ponds., Sonsangjinda, P., Sonsangjinda, P., T. Yamamoto, K. Fukami and T. Kaewtawee, The Second Joint Seminar on Coastal Oceanography, 2005/08/25, With Invitation, MEXT, Tokyo, Japan
  57. A proposal simulating phytoplankton species changes in shrimp pond by the multi-compartment model., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., O. Kawaguchi, P. Songsangjinda and K. Fukami, The 1st Joint Seminar on Coastal Oceanography, 2003/12/15, Without Invitation, NRCT/JSPS, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  58. Proposal for new estuarine ecosystem management by discharge control of dams., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., K. Tarutani and O. Matsuda, The 6th International Conference on Environmental Management of Enclosed Seas (EMECS6), 2003/11/20, Without Invitation, EMECS, Bangkok, Thailand
  59. Uptake kinetics of nitrate, ammonia and phosphate by the novel dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama isolated from Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T. and T. Kishigami, 2003/09/24, Without Invitation, Nagasaki, Japan
  60. Factors causing harmful algal blooms of the novel dinoflagellate species Heterocapsa circularisquama in Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Yamamoto, T., Yamamoto, T., T. Kishigami and O. Kawaguchi, The 7th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates, 2003/09/23, Without Invitation, Nagasaki, Japan
  61. Relative importance of dissolved organic phosphorus as a supporting nutrient for harmful dinoflagellates blooms in Hiroshima Bay, Japan., Oh, S. J., Oh, S. J. and T. Yamamoto, The 10th International Conference on Harmful Algae, 2002/10/24, Without Invitation, Florida, USA
  62. Field experiments on removing hydrogen sulfide in coastal marine sediments using granulated coal ash., Yamamoto, T., K. H. Kim, K. Shirono, S. Asaoka, I. Yoshioka and K. Hino, ECSA 50, Without Invitation, ECSA, Venice, Italy
  63. Functional roles of benthic microalgae in Suo Nada, the Seto Inland Sea, Japan. 136th American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting and Conference., Sarker, M. J., Sarker, M. J., T. Yamamoto and T. Hashimoto, The 136th American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting and Conference, Without Invitation, American Fisheries Society, New York, USA

Awards

  1. 2017年05月16日, Marquis Who’s who Lifetime Achievement Award, New Communications inc.
  2. 2015年07月18日, The JACZS Award for Publication and Culture 2015, Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies, Oligotrophication of Coastal Seas and Lakes
  3. 2015年11月10日, The 12th Eco-Products Awards (Minister's Prize, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries), Eco-Products Awards Promotion Association, Marine Stone - a material for remediation of water and sediment quality in enclosed coastal seas
  4. 2012年05月, Marquis Who’s Who, Marquis, Marquis Who’s Who
  5. 2011年09月12日, The JACZS Award for Publication and Culture 2015, Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies, Utilization of Coastal Areas as Sato-Umi
  6. 2010年03月30日, The Japanese Society of Fisheries Oceanography Prize, The Japanese Society of Fisheries Oceanography, Studies on Material Cycles and Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas
  7. 2009年07月, The JACZS Award for Publication and Culture 2009, Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies, Rivers and Seas - The Science of Basin Sytem
  8. 2008年07月, The JACZS Award for Publication and Culture 2008, Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies, Environmental Restoration of Enclosed Coastal Seas
  9. 2004年03月, Yamaoka Prize, Japan Steel Association, Japan Steel Association, Study on carbon dioxide fixation by marine planktonic algae using steel-making slug as a nutrient source.
  10. 1989年04月, "Okada Prize", Japanese Society of Oceanography, Japanese Society of Oceanography, Studies on Heterogeneous Distribution of Plankton at Oceanic Front

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Scientific Committee Member of the 5th International Seminar of the Indonesian Association of Hydrolic Engeneers (HATHI), 2016/08, 2016/08, Indonesian Association of Hydrolic Engeneers (HATHI)

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. The 5th International Seminar of the Indonesian Association of Hydrolic Engeneers (HATHI), Scientific Committee Member, 2016/04, 2016/08
  2. ECSA57 Changing Estuaries, Coasts, and Shelf Systems, 2018/09, 2018/09

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. 2017, Fisheries Science
  2. 2017, Phycological Risearch
  3. 2015, Plankton Benthos Ecology
  4. 2015, Estuarine Coastal Shelf Science
  5. 2015, Plankton & Benthos Research
  6. 2015, Mar. Poll. Bull.
  7. 2015, J. Oceanogr.
  8. 2014, Estuarine, Coastal Shelf Science
  9. 2014, J. Bioeng. BioSci.
  10. 2014, J. Oceanogr.
  11. 2014, Mar. Poll. Bull.
  12. 2014, Plankton & Benthos Research
  13. 2014, Plankton Benthos Research
  14. 2014, Plankton & Benthos Research