Full Research

StageFR
Project No.14200061
Project NameCoastal Area-capability Enhancement in Southeast Asia
Project LeaderISHIKAWA Satoshi
Research AxisProgram 3: Designing Lifeworlds of Sustainability and Wellbeing / Diversity
URLhttp://www.chikyu.ac.jp/CAPABILITY/
Key WordsSoutheast Asia, Coastal Area, Fisheries Resource Management, Rural Devleopment, QoL

 

○Research Subject and Objectives

In recent years, there is a growing concern about the deterioration of marine ecosystems and resources.  Especially, coastal area ecosystems have rapidly been worsening and destroyed, as they are affected from global environmental changes and intensive human activities in both land and sea areas.  Many of those coastal areas holding high biological production supported by high biodiversity are located in tropical zones in developing countries, such as Southeast Asia. In Southeast Asia, coastal ecosystem services have fostered high cultural diversity. Hence, coastal areas are characterized by the close linkage between ecosystem and local people. The coastal area serves are bases of the livelihood of local people, and human intervention is deeply embedded in ecosystem. This linkage enhances the complexity and affects the vulnerability of the ecosystem in the region (Fig.1). However,conservation and management activities originated in temperate zone usually focus particular ecologies and commercial resources with little consideration of how multiple ecologies and livelihood strategies overlap in culturally diverse contexts, and so they cannot be easily applied to tropical coastal areas and there are no alternative theory and method to harmonize ecosystem conservation and rural livelihoods based on their complex intervention importance.

  In this project, we are going to investigate the linkage between livelihoods and ecosystem health in coastal areas through holistic field surveys, in order to clarify the environmental problems and its causes based on chemical, biological, ecological, social and human science viewpoints.  Then, we conduct several collaborative action researches with local community to solve the environmental problems based on our data and research result. Impact assessments and feedback practices to improve our action researches are performed through town seminars and discussion among researchers and local community. 

  Although community based participatory research and management actions have been highlighted as alternative trials of top-down management and rural development tool in developing countries, these activities are usually evaluated performance improvement, e.g., income generation, productivity, and cost efficiency. We try to identify key potential factors which enable the performance improvements through details of information and changes of livelihoods, behaviours and minds of collaborating community members and other stakeholders.

We call an integral of the potential factors as “Area-capability” that will be a new concept of evaluation and target for rural development. And our activities can provide how to conduct and evaluate “Area-capability” in research and participatory actions as new approach. Spreading the use and understanding of “Area-capability” may lead us to good relationship between humanity and nature.

Project Framework

To establish Area-capability concept and guideline, we treat three aspects; 1) Ecosystem production mechanisms and dynamics, 2) Development process of local community and environmental governance, and 3) Adaptive Technology and managements (Fig. 2). In order to elucidate these three aspects, we conduct the holistic field researches on the southeast Asian coastal areas in order to grasp the linkage between nature and human, and we also conduct participatory action researches in collaboration with local communities to verify the feasibility and acceptability of new concept and approach to local societies in Rayong(Thailand), Panay Is. (Philippines) and Ishigaki Is., (Japan)(Fig. 3). We also conduct reference surveys in Bandon bay (Thailand), Hue (Viet Nam), Mikawa bay(Japan)(Fig. 3). All data, information and progresses of the action researches are compiled into the database and reports for subsequent discussions. New concept and approach might be denied from existing academic disciplines as illogical and/or unscientific, however, without new concept that can be recognized by ordinal people based on their ordinal sensuous and those can change human behaviours toward good interactions between human and nature,global environmental problems would be never solved.

The holistic researches comprise of five components; 1) Environmental survey, 2) Biodiversity survey, 3) Coastal resources survey, 4) Utilization of resources survey and 5) Social survey (Fig.4). Ecosystem production mechanisms and dynamics with identification of the biological and ecological important areas and species for local ecosystem are examined based on the results of Environmental, Biological and Coastal resource surveys using statistical, chemical, stable isotope, and molecular analyses in collaboration with taxonomic study and acoustic survey. Development process of local community, environmental governance and importance of the coastal resources for the local people are examined based on the results of utilization and social surveys carried out through interview/questionnaire surveys and anthropologic surveys. In the social survey, we treat economic condition, time allocation, food supply, education, health condition, participation to the community activities, indigenous knowledge, religious importance, and information gathering situation. Three participatory action researches are conducted; 1) Community-based set-net fishery installation in Rayong (Fig. 5), 2)Community-based re-stocking program in Batan bay in Panay Is. (Fig. 6), 3)Collaboration action among fishery, ecotourism and education in Ishigaki Is.and  Mikawa Bay (Fig. 7). In these areas,there are local people’s groups which already collaborated with some of our members and several researches on natural resources and livelihood have been conducted. All data and results of analyses were shared among members and localgroups through workshops, seminar and meetings and database in internet.  

72 researchers from 17 universities and research institute (12 in Japan, 2 in Thailand, 2 in Philippines, one regional research center “Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center: SEAFDEC”) are participating in this project. They have different expertise and academic backgrounds of oceanography, biology, social science, agricultural sciences, civil engineering, economy, policy study,  anthropology and area study.

The concept of “Area-capability”will be concretized and the guideline of its approach will be compiled based on the all experiences and achievements. And the guidelines will be informed and disseminated through ASEAN-SEAFDEC mechanisms and International Symposiums.

 

 

Future tasks

FR3:

In the third year of full research, we continue the interdisciplinary field surveys and collaborative action researches and analyses for collecting data and information of the linkage between human and nature.

  Around Rayong beach in Thailand, we evaluate the negative impacts of oil spill accident on environment and livelihoods of local people. To do this,material flows and nutrient concentration along the Rayong beach will be conducted. We collect water, soil and biological samples from the beach and analyse them in RIHN.  Biodiversity and food web survey will be performed based on the stable isotope and genetic analyses using the biological samples. Livelihoods and fishery activity survey including trading and marketing will be also conducted through interview and observation surveys of Set-net fishermen group and other villagers using the questionnaire and GPS. Statistic data and information, aerial photographs will be collected in recent 10 years for understanding the land use and demographic changes. All data and information including the analytical results are compared with former data that we had obtained in FR1 and 2. Besides, behaviour and minds changes of Set-net fishery group members will be examined to identify the effects from community based activity on social capitals, interests of environment,livelihoods, and management of natural resources.  

Around Batan bay in Philippines, we investigate the extent of damage from super typhoon on ecosystem, buildings, infrastructure, health and minds,sense of values, community and businesses.

  We will collect water, soil, mangrove, and aquatic organisms’ samples around Batan Bay for nutrients and pollution evaluation. We will conduct chemical and stable isotope analyses of them in RIHN. We will record the extent of damages on mangrove forests, paddy fields,buildings, infrastructure, fishing gears, aquaculture ponds around Batan Bayand we will evaluate the relationships between geographical situation and damages concerning with the typhoon path. And we conduct interview with local people to get some information of evacuation actions and assistance each other and from governments. We will conduct stock evaluation of shrimp in the bay and conduct stock enhancement through community based intermediate aquaculture with local community. We record the attitude, comments and behaviour the participants to the stock enhancement in order to identify the key factors of their collaborative activity.  

   In Ishigaki Island, Japan, we will make underwater map and material flow analyses of the island using stable isotope analysis. And we evaluate the food web and population structure of fish around the island to evaluate the linkage of materials between land and sea.  These results will be informed to local people through town seminar and other workshops,to facilitate the conservation activity and future develop planning of the town.

  We will elucidate the population structure of fishery important fish in South China Sea using genetic analysis to identify the management units of them, and grasp biodiversity of this area. In addition, we try to improve acoustic survey system which can be used in shallow sea area and to disseminate this system for ASEAN countries through workshops and publication of manuals.

○Progress and Results in 2017

Achievements of holistic surveys

1) Environmental survey:

To grasp environmental conditions, we measured temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, pH, chlorophyll a Particulate organic matter (POM), Sedimentary organic matter(SOM), and nutrients (NO3, NH4), Acid volatile sulphide (AVS), ignition loss, Phytoplankton and mangrove biomasses at Rayong and Bandon in Thailand, Batan in Philippines, Mikawa in Japan during both rainy and dry seasons. Land use changes we reexamined by satellite image analyses have been conducted at Batan in Philippines and Bandon in Thailand. Concentration of 52 micro elements of water and soil samples collected from Batan and Rayong, were measured by Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS), 7500cx (Agilent Technologies Inc.)in RIHN. All results were put on the GIS to identify biological ecological important areas. Food webs and material cycles were evaluated using stable-isotope analyses at Rayong, Batan and Bandon

2) Biodiversity survey:

In Southeast Asia, biodiversity including the taxonomic knowledge of fishery species are still unclear. So, we conducted taxonomic study through specimen collection making and genetic studies. We collected fish specimen of 1811 individuals from Philippines, 538 individuals from Thailand, 268 individuals from Malaysia.These specimens were recorded and donated into University of Philippine Visayas Museum and Thailand National Science Museum. For standardization of specimen collection, we published “Fish Collection Building and Procedures Manual,English edition” and “Fishes of Northern Gulf of Thailand”.

Using collected fish specimen, we analysed genetic diversity and differences of 7 fishery important species based on the mt DNA COI sequences analyses, and we identified the plural reproducible populations of Atule mate,Megalaspis cordyla, Rastrelliger kanagurta, Gerresfilamentosus in Southeast Asian Sea. For the more detailed genetic population identification, micro satellite DNA markers which can be used for various fish species were established using Next generation DNA analysing machine. Besides, species identification system based on the morphological features using photographs is now under construction. It can be easily identify the fish species using photographs by ordinal persons and this system will cultivate the interesting of biodiversity for ordinal persons.

3) Coastal resources survey:

To stock assessment of coastal fishery resources, new acoustic survey equipment and system were developed. Using this new system, fish stock assessments in Rayong we recarried out. Then, these data were used for the training course at Kasetsart University in Thailand for undergraduate students in collaboration with Southeast Fisheries Development Center.

The new buoyance control system of underwater robot was developed. And portable under water monitoring robot was made. This underwater robot was used for underwater ruins surveys and educational workshops for high school students in Ishigaki Is. in collaboration with Ishigaki city.

4) Utilization of resources survey

To understand the linkage between natural resources and livelihoods of coastal area, we conducted interview and observation survey using GPS system to collect data about fishing gear, fishing areas and operation, and target species, cost and benefit of 13 households in Rayong, 24 households in Batan. We also collected weather conditions, and are analysing the impact of weather conditions on local fishermen’s lives and their adaptations.

5) Social survey

In order to clarify the relationship among social situation, cultural regulation, job opportunity, social capital, and management of natural resources, we conducted household interview survey to collect information of jobs, time allocation, communication, compliance, health condition, educational background, community bonds etc. of 117 households in Rayong and 467 households in Batan. Besides, economic systems including funding, transportation, price making systems and market access were evaluated in both areas.

 

Achievement of action researches

1) Community-Based Set-Net Fishery in Rayong,Thailand:

Community-based Japanese-type Set-net fishery has been installed in Rayong. The community conduct management and maintenance of fishing gears and their own fish shops. All data of operation, fish catch and incomes have been recorded. Our project member input several technical supports for the management and operations. The transformations of fish catch, price,markets, and behaviours of community members and non-members who are living in Rayong were recorded.

2) Cooporative Stock Enhancement in Batan Bay,Philippines

Community-based stock enhancement of shrimpis conducting in Batan Bay. Intermediate shrimp aquaculture and surveillance have been conducted local community. Project member provide technical supports for aquaculture and monitoring environments.

3) Collaboration between Eco-tourisim and Fisheriesdevelopment in Ishigaki-Mikawa , Japan

Town seminar was held in collaboration with Junior Chamber International Japan, Yaeyama branch. We discussed how to harmonize conservation of coastal area and tourism development. And educational workshops for high school students in Ishigaki Is. was held in collaboration with Ishigaki city.

Generalization and concept development

To facilitate interdisciplinary discussions and activities, data sharing system through internet was established and the international seminar was held at Philippines in 2012 and at Thailand in 2013.To identify the key factors of “Area-capability”, workshops were held in Japan,and five axes for evaluation of potentials of Area-capability, 1) Ecosystem health supported by biodiversity and biomasses, 2) Knowledge and interests of peoples on ecosystems, 3) Governance situation, 4) Strength of People’s network and community, 5) Contacts between human and nature, were identified,tentatively.

○Project Members

ISHIKAWA, Satoshi ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Professor,Coodination )

WATANABE, Kazuo ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Senior Researcher,Coodination )

ALTAMIRANO, Jon Palmos ( Aquaculture department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Philippines),Associate Scientist ((Associate Professor相当),Stock enhancement group )

ARIMOTO, Takafumi ( The Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Professor,Set-net group )

BABARAN, Ricardo P. ( College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Professor,Biology group )

EBATA, Keigo ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Associate Professor,Fishing gear group )

FERRER, Alice Joan ( Division of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Professor,Social group )

KAEWNERN, Methee ( Faculty of Fisheries , Kasetsart University (Thailand),Associate Professor,Social group )

KAWADA, Makito ( Faculty of Art and Literature, Department of Cultural History, Seijo University,Professor,Social group )

KONO, Yasuyuki ( Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University,Chief,Social group )

KUROKURA, Hisashi ( Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo,Professor,Stock enhancement group )

MIYAMOTO, Yoshinori ( The Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Associate Professor,Acoustic group )

MIYATA, Tsutomu ( Research Center for Fisheries Economics & Business Administration , National Research Institute of Fisheries Science,Group Leader,Social group )

MUNPRASIT, Ratana ( Central Marine Resource Development Center (Thailand),Director General,Set-net group )

MUTO, Fumihito ( Department of Fisheries, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Biology group )

TUNKIJJANUKIJ, Suriyan ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University (Thailand),Dean,Coodination )

YAMADA, Yoshihiko ( Department of Maritime Civilizations, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

YOSHIKAWA, Takashi ( Department of Fisheries, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Environment group )

AKIMICHI, Motoya ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Emeritus Professor,Social group )

AMORNPIYAKRIT, Taweekiet ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Researcher,Set-net group )

ANASCO, Nathaniel C. ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Assistant Professor,Environment group )

ANONGPONYOSKUN, Monton ( Faculty of Fisheries , Kasetsart University (Thailand),Assistant Professor,Acoustic&Setnet group )

ANRAKU, Kazuhiko ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Associate Professor,Fishing gear group )

ARNUPAPBOON, Sukchai ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Fishery Oceanographer,Biology & Environment group )

BABA, Osamu ( The Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Professor,Set-net group )

BATICADOS, Didi ( Integrated Services for the Development of Aquaculture and Fisheries (ISDA),Research Consultant (Professor相当),Stock enhancement group )

BOUTSON, Anukoron ( Faculty of Fisheries , Kasetsart University (Thailand),Assistant Professor,Fishing gear group )

BYEOL, Jeong ( Postgraduate School of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Graduate Student (Master's course),Biology group )

CHIBA, Satoru ( Center for Molecular Biodiversity Research, National Museum of Nature and Science,Special part-time Reseacher,Biology group )

DOI, Wataru ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Lecturer,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

EGUCHI, Keisuke ( The Kagoshima university museum, Kagoshima University,The master's course,Biology group )

FERDINAND TRAIFALGAR, Rex ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Assistant Professor,Biology group )

FUSHIMI, Hiroshi ( ICRAS Co. Ltd.,,CEO,Stock enhancement group )

GAJE, Arnold C. ( College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines Visayas,Instructor 4,Biology group )

HAMADA, Shingo ( Faculty of Liberal Arts, Department of Life Planning, Osaka Shoin Women's University,Lecturer,Coodination )

HANAMORI, Kuniko ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Instructor,Biology group )

HASHIGUCHI, Yasuyuki ( Osaka Medical College,Assistant Professor,Biology group )

HATA, Haruka ( Postgraduate School of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Graduate Student (Master's course),Biology group )

HIRASE, Syotaro ( Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo,Assistant Professor,Biology group )

HONJO, Mie ( Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University,Researcher,Biology group )

HONMA, Saki ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Research Associate,Coodination )

HORI, Mina ( Research and Education Faculty, Multidisciplinary Science Cluster, Kuroshio Science Unit, Kochi Univetsity,Lecturer,Social group )

HORIE, Taku ( Department of Marine Biology, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Lecturer,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

ICHINOSAWA, Junpei ( Faculty of Liberal Arts, Miyagigakuin Women's University,Associate Professor,Social group )

IKEJIMA, Kou ( Faculty of Agriculture, Kochi Univetsity,Associate Professor,Environment group )

ISARA, Chanrachkij ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Researcher,Fishing gear group )

ISHIZAKI, Munechika ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Associate Professor,Fishing gear group )

KAKIOKA, Ryou ( Division of Ecological Genetics, National Institute of Genetics,Project researcher,Biology group )

KAMIYAMA, Ryutaro ( Research Center for Fisheries Economics and Business Administration, Naional Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Fisheries Research Agency,Social group )

KAN, Hironobu ( Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society, Kyushu University,Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

KANZAKI, Mamoru ( Graduate school of Agriculture, Kyoto University,Professor,Environment group )

KATAGIRI, Chiaki ( Division of Museum, Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum,Chief Curator,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

KATAYAMA, Eri ( Animal Research Department, National Museum of Nature and Science,Associate Researcher,Biology group )

KAWABATA, Zenichirou ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Emeritus Professor,Environment group )

KAWASAKI, Ippei ( Department of Maritime Civilizations, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

KHRUENIAM, Udom ( Eastern Marine Resource Development Center (Thailand),Senior Researcher,Set-net group )

KIMURA, Jun ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Junior Associate Professor,Social group )

KIMURA, Nobuo ( Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Graduate school of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University,Professor、VIce-head of Graduate school of Fisheries Sciences,Social group )

KOBAYASHI, Takahiro ( Department of Environmental and Societal Affairs, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Lecturer,Social group )

KOEDA, Kaita ( The Kagoshima University Museum,Fellowship from Japan Society for Promotion of Science,Biology group )

KON, Kouetsu ( Shimoda Marine Research Center, University of Tsukuba,Assistant Professor,Environment group )

KOTANI, Tomonari ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Associate Professor,Stock enhancement group )

KOYAMA, Jiro ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Professor,Environment group )

LUADNAKROB, Pontipa ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Fishery oceanographer,Environment group )

MABUCHI, Kouji ( Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo,Assistant Professor,Biology group )

MANAJIT, Nopporn ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Scientist, COASTAL AND SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT DIVISION,Set-net group )

MATSUI, Syouko ( Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science , Kyoto University,Fellowship from Japan Society for Promotion of Science,Biology group )

MATSUNUMA, Mizuki ( Faculty of Science, Kochi Univeristy,Fellowship from Japan Society for Promotion of Science,Biology group )

MATSUURA, Hiroyuki ( Department of Fisheries, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

MEGURO, Masatoshi ( The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University,Graduate Student (Doctoral Course),Biology group )

MONTECLARO, Harold M. ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Professor,Fishing gear group )

MOTOMURA, Hiroyuki ( The Kagoshima University Museum, Kagoshima University,Professor,Biology group )

MUNPRASIT, Aussanee ( Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Adsistance Training Department Chife/Technical,Set-net group )

MURAMATSU, Shin ( Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo,Professor,Coodination )

MUTO, Nozomu ( School of Biological Sciences, Tokai University,Biology group )

NAKAHARA, Naotomo ( Department of Marine Policy and Culture, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Associate Professor,Social group )

NAKANISHI, Yumiko ( Cultural Properties Protection Administration, Osaka Prefectural Board of Education,Vice-chief investigator,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

NAKARET, Yasook ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Fishing gear technologist,Fishing gear group )

NAKAYAMA, Kouji ( Graduate school of Agriculture, Kyoto University,Assistant Professor,Biology group )

NAPATA, Ruby ( College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),University Research Associate I  (助手),Fishing gear group )

NIKI, Masato ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

NILLOS, Mae Grace Gareza ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Associate Professor,Environment group )

NISHI, Makoto ( Global Survivability Studies Unit, Kyoto University,Associate Professor,Coodination )

NISHI, Takaaki ( Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Associate Professor,Fishing gear group )

NISHIDA, Mutsumi ( University of the Ryukyus,Trustee・Vice President,Biology group )

NOHARA, Kenji ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Lecturer,Biology group )

OGAWA, Hisashi ( Faculty of Social and Environmental Studies, Tokoha University,Lecturer,Social group )

OGAWA, Yuuya ( Graduate school of Agriculture, Kyoto University,Graduate Student (Master's course),Environment group )

OGIWARA, Gouta ( The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University,Graduate Student (Doctoral Course),Biology group )

OHISHI, Takanori ( World Language and Society Education Center, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies,Lecturer,Social group )

OKAMOTO, Yuki ( Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Terrestrial Ecosystems Management, Kyoto University,Program Assistant Professor,Environment group )

ONO, Rintaro ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

PAHILA, Ida ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Associate Professor,Environment group )

PHUTTHARAKSA, Kamolrat ( Department of Fisheries, Eastern Marine Fisheries Research and Development Center (Rayong),Fishery Biologist, Senior Professional Level,Set-net group )

PRACHYA , Musikasinthorn ( Faculty of Fisheries , Kasetsart University (Thailand),Lecturer,Biology group )

PUNSRI, Rakkiet ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Fishery oceanographer,Biology group )

QUINITIO, Gerald ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Professor,Fishing gear group )

RI, Ginki ( Department of Environmental and Societal Affairs, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

RUANGSIVAKUL, Sumitra ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Socio-economic Section Head,Social group )

SAKAGAMI, Norimitsu ( Department of Navigation and Ocean Engineering, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

SAKUMA, Kei ( National Research Institute of Far Seas Fisheries, Fisheries Research Agency,Project Research Associate,Biology group )

SALAENOI, Jintana ( Faculty of Fisheries , Kasetsart University (Thailand),Assistant Professor,Environment group )

SALAYO, Nerissa ( Aquaculture department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Philippines),Associate Scientist,Stock enhancement group )

SATO, Takahiro ( Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University,Visiting Associate Professor,Coodination )

SATO, Takashi ( Collection Center, National Museum of Nature and Science,Special part-time Researcher,Biology group )

SATO, Tetsu ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Professor,Social group )

SEKI, Izumi ( Department of Maritime Civilizations, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

SHIBUKAWA, Koichi ( Curators Division, Museum of Natural and Environmental History, Shizuoka,Associate Professor,Biology group )

SHIMIZU, Hiromu ( Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University,Professor,Social group )

SOMBOON , Siriraksophon ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Senior Researcher,Coodination )

SOMWANTHANA, Narakorn ( Department of Fisheries, Eastern Marine Fisheries Research and Development Center (Rayong),Fishery biologist,Set-net group )

SORNKLIANG, Jariya ( Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Social group )

SUASI, Thanyalak ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Socio-economic scientist,Social group )

SUYO, Jee Grace ( Aquaculture department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Philippines),Researcher,Stock enhancement group )

TABERNA, Hilario Jr. ( University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),Assistant Professor,Environment group )

TAKAHASHI, Hiroshi ( National Fisheries University,Lecturer,Biology group )

TAKAHASHI, Soyo ( Okinawa University,Researcher,Social group )

TAKEDA, Seiichi ( The Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Professor,Fishing gear group )

TAKESHIMA, Hirohiko ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Specially Appointed Assistant Professor,Biology group )

TASHIRO, Satokuni ( Postgraduate School of Fisheries, Kagoshima University,Graduate Student (Master's course),Biology group )

THEPAROONRAT, Yuttana ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Coastal and Small-scale Fisheries Management Division Head Senior Researcher,Acoustic group )

TIAYE, Rattana ( Coastal and Small-scale Fisheries Management Division, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Fisheries Governance and Management System Scientist,Social group )

TIROL, Yasmin ( College of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Aklan State University,Associate Professor II and Campus Director,Stock enhancement group )

UCHIDA, Keiichi ( The Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Assistant Professor,Acoustic&Setnet group )

UEHARA, Kazuyuki ( School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai Univerisity,Professor,Ishigaki Mikawa group )

WAKABAYASHI, Toshie ( National Fisheries University,Associate Professor,Biology group )

WAKITA, Kazumi ( Department of Maritime Civilizations, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University,Associate Professor,Stock enhancement group )

WATANABE, Akashi ( Department of Marine Bioscience, Faculty of Marine Science, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,Graduate Student (Master's course),Fishing gear group )

WATANABE, Katsutoshi ( Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science , Kyoto University,Associate Professor,Biology group )

WATANABE, Kazuya ( Faculty of Agriculture, , Yamagata Univetsity,Associate Professor,Environment group )

YAGI, Nobuyuki ( Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo,Associate Professor,Coodination )

YASUMA, Hiroki ( Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Graduate school of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University,Associate Professor,Social group )

YASUTOMI, Natsuko ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Assistant Professor,Coodination )

YINGYUAD, Weerasak ( Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Thailand),Researcher,Set-net group )

YOSHIDA, Tomohiro ( The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University,Graduate Student (Doctoral Course),Biology group )

YOSHIMURA, Mika ( Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Graduate school of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University,Graduate Student (Doctoral Course),Social group )

○Future Themes

FR4:

Regarding the community based set-net fishery impacts on environment and social development, we will compiles the case study results as an installation manual books with good example of Rayong. We will publish the evaluation manual of stock enhancements for harmonising between environments and rural development based on the case study of Hamana Lake in Japan. And the technical guide book of the shrimp stock enhancement will be also published in English.

  We will record the processes and changes of the environment and social aspect around Batan Bay in Philippines based on the field survey. And shrimp stock enhancement will be continued with the measurement of stock status and livelihoods changes.   

  Key factors identification of potentials for good practices in which people care the environment and their livelihood improvements, will be discussed on the workshops based on the data and information

FR5:

Regarding the impacts of community based stock enhancement on environment and social development, we will compiles the case study results as an installation manual books with good example of Batan Bay.  Key factors of high resilience against natural disaster will be identified based on the records and data from Batan Bay area and the results will be published as a guide books for rural development. And all data, information and results, we try to clarify the “Area-Capablity”and publish a book of What is Area-capability, the concept and practices. And we will hold an international seminar of Area-capability as a new concept for evaluation of rural development with harmonizing conservation of environment to disseminate this new concept and approach.

Books

【Authored/Co-authored】

MUNPRASIT Aussanee, AMORNPIYAKRIT Taweekiet, YINGYUAD Weerasak, ARIMOTO Takafumi 2012,11 Enhancing Community-based Management through Set-net Fisheries: A regional Fishery Collaborative Venture.. Fish For the people, , 10. SEAFEC, Bangkok, Thailand, 21pp. ISSN:1685-6546

Editing

【Editing / Co-editing】

Harold Monteclaro, Kazuhiko Anraku and Satoshi Ishikawa (ed.) 2017,03 Field Guidebook on Philippine Fishing Gears: Fishing Gears in Estuaries (The Case of Northern Panay). Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, University of Philippines Visayas, 160pp.

H. Motomura, U. B. Alama, N. Muto, R. P. Babaran, and S. Ishikawa (ed.) 2017,01 Commercial and bycatch market fishes of Panay Island, Philippines. Kagoshima University Museum, Kagoshima, University of the Philippines Visayas, Iloilo, and Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, 246pp. 911 figs.

MOTOMURA, H. and ISHIKAWA S. (ed.) 2013,02 Fish collection building and procedures manual. English edition. Kagoshima University Museum and the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kagoshima Prefecture, and Kyoto Prefecture, 70pp.

Papers

【Original Articles】

Tsutom MIYATA 2018,05 Methodology for small-scale fishing household surveys collecting quantitative data. Journal of International Cooperation for Agricultural Development(16):41-64. (reviewed).

ONO Rintaro, KATAGIRI Chiaki, KAN Hironobu, NAGAO Masayuki, YAMAMOTO Yuji, TAKEMURA Fumiaki, SAKAGAMI Norimitsu 2016,02 Discovery of Iron Grapnel Anchors in Early Modern Ryukyu and Management of Underwater Cultural Heritage in Okinawa, Japan. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology:1-17. DOI:10.1111/1095-9270.12145 (reviewed).

Chanakarn Sukudom, Methee Kaewnern, Idsariya Wudtisin, Takashi Yoshikawa, Yuki Okamoto, Kazuya Watanabe, Satoshi Ishikawa and Jintana Salaenoi 2015 Organic contents and pH profiles of sediments in cockle farm at Bandon Bay, Surat Thani Province. Khon Kaen Agricultural Journal 43(2):265-276. (Other) (reviewed).

ONO Rintaro, KATAGIRI Chiaki, SAKAGAMI Norimitsu, KAN Nobuhiro, MIYAGI Hiroki, and YAMAMOTO Yuji 2013,03 Research and Future Prospects of Maritime Cultural Heritages in Yaeyama Islands, Okinawa: Preliminary Report of research at Yarabe Under-water site in Ishigaki Island. . The Bulletin of the Yaeyama Museum 22:20-24. (reviewed).

MOTOMURA Hiroyuki, HASHIMOTO Tsukasa, NISHIYAMA Kazuhiko 2012,12 Record of Oxycheilinus orientelis (Labridae) from Amami-oshima Island, Ryukyu Islands, with notes on distributional implication and habitats in Japanese waters. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan 67:75-80.

MOTOMURA, H., KANEHIRA N. and IMAMURA H 2012,11 Redescription of a poorly known southeastern Pacific scorpionfish (Scorpaenidae), Phenacoscorpius eschmeyeri Parin and Mandrytsa. Species Diversity 17(2):145-150. (reviewed).

MOTOMURA, H., R. CAUSSE and STRUTHERS C. D. 2012,11 Phenacoscorpius longilineatus, a new species of deepwater scorpionfish from the southwestern Pacific Ocean and the first records of Phenacoscorpius adenensis from the Pacific Ocean (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae). Species Diversity 17(2):151-160. (reviewed).

MOTOMURA, H. and PERISTIWADY T. 2012,09 First equatorial records of Neosebastes entaxis and N. longirostris (Scorpaeniformes: Neosebastidae) from northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. Biogeography 14:31-36. (reviewed).

KUROKURA Hisashi, TAKAGI Akira, SAKAI Yutaro, YAGI 2012,06 TUNA GOES AROUND THE WORLD ON SUSHI.. Aquaculture Economics & Management 16(2):155-166. (reviewed).

TAKAGI Akira, OGATA Yuka, TANAKA Hironori, KUROKURA Hisashi, NAKAMURA Satoshi. 2012,06 Processing methods of traditional freshwater fish food in Lao P.D.R- View acculturation of Laotian food culture from homely food in Vientiane-. Journal of international cooperation for agricultural development 12:26-33. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

ISHIKAWA Satoshi 2012,05 Efforts of the Steering Committee for the Colloquium on Fishing Technology for reconstruction assistance of the earthquake disaster.. Nippon Suisan Gakkishi 78(3):488-488. (in Japanese) Special public symposium: “Fisheries in the stricken area of the Great East Japan Earthquake and restoration of Fishing villages”

MOTOMURA H., YAMASHITA M., ITOU M. I, HARAGUCHI Y. and IWATSUKI Y. 2012,04 First records of the Two-tone Goatfish, Upeneus guttatus, from Japan, and comparisons with U. japonicus (Perciformes: Mullidae).. Species Diversity 17(1):7-14. (reviewed).

OKAMOTO Yuki, TANAKA Ueru, MIZUNO Kei, LE Van An 2012,04 Spatial Transition of Fishery Activities in Sam-An Truyen Lagoon, Central Vietnam.. Journal of the Japanese Agricultural Systems Society 28(2):63-71. (reviewed).

HANAMORI Kuniko, ISHIKAWA Satoshi, SAITO Hiroshi, TANAKA Junichi, SATO Yo-Ichiro, OKADA Yoshihiro 2012,03 Phylogenetic analysis of rpl16 and PS-ID region in tea (Camellia sinensis).. DNA polymorphism 20:94-98. (reviewed).

HANAMORI Kuniko, ISHIKAWA Satoshi, SAITO Hiroshi, TANAKA Katsunori, SATO Yo-Ichiro, OKADA Yoshihiro 2011,05 Making divergent marker of tropical and temperate type of Oriza sativa L. var. japonica based on insertion/deletion DNA region and its utilization of carbonated rice Toro I site. . Journal of the School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University. 9(3):19-25. (reviewed).

HANAMORI Kuniko, ISHIKAWA Satoshi, SAITO Hiroshi, TABUCHI Hiroaki, MOCHIZUKI Mineko, OKADA Yoshihiro 2011,05 omparative research in names of variety (Oryza sativa L.) and Genetic analysis from ancient times through the recent,. DNA polymorphism 19:298-307. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

HAYASE Yoshimasa, TANEKURA Toshiyuki, SHAKEMA Taro,MATSUNAGA Yasuyuki, YOSHIKAWA Takashi, MATSUURA Hiroyuki, ISHIKAWA Satoshi 2011,03 The molluscan fauna of a tidal flat area and an intertidal rocky shore in Mikawa Bay, Hazu-cho, Aichi, Japan. Bulletin of Institute of Oceanic Research and Development Tokai University. 32:11-33. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

ISHIKAWA Satoshi 2010,11 Fisheries resource utilization and management in Thailand coastal area. Journal of international cooperation for agricultural development 11:125-135. (in Japanese)

Koetsu Kon, Hisashi Kurokura and Prasert Tongnunuib 2010,02 Effect of the physical structure of mangrove vegetation on a benthic fauna community. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 383(2):171-180. (reviewed).

Yokoo, T., Sakamoto, T., Kanou, K., Moteki, M., Kohno, H., Tongnunui, P. and Kurokura H. 2010,01 Morphological characters and occurrence patterns of juveniles of two estuarine gobiesm Acentrogobius karanjiensis and Acentrogobius malayanus, verified by molecular identification. Journal of Fish Biology 75(10):2805-2819. (reviewed).

Ishikawa Satoshi, Takafumi Arimoto 2009,12 Challenging Project for sustainable use of coastal fisheries resources in Southeast Asia- New concept “Area Capability” . JSPS – NRCT Seminar 2009, Rayong, Thailand:52-53.

The Bulletin of The Kyushu Anthropological Association 2009,11 Accumulation of Lipofuscin and Preliminary estimation of age-structure in wild mud crab (schylla parmamosain) population in tropical mangrove swamp. Thailand. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 4(4):191-202. (reviewed).

KAWADA Makito 2009,07 Has all the mystery been solved?: On magical power and fear. The Bulletin of The Kyushu Anthropological Association 36:66-76. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Mayu Aizawa, Nguyen Duy Can, Nguyen Van Hao, Hisashi Kurokura, and Kazuhiko Kobayashi 2009,06 Changes in rice farmers’ agronomic practices in response to changes in Hydorlogical condition for salinity prevention in the Mekong Dela Viet Nam. Tropical Agriculture and Development 53(2):33-42. (reviewed).

Kon Koetsu, Kawakubo Naoya, Aoki Jyun-Ichi, Tongnunui Prasert, Hayashizaki Ken-Ichi, Kurokura Hisashi 2009,05 Effect of shrimp farming organic waste on food availability for deposit feeder crabs in a mangrove estuary, based on stable isotope analysis. Fisheries Science 75(3):715-722. (reviewed).

Kon Koetsu, Kurokura Hisashi, Tongnunui Presert 2009,03 Do mangrove root structures function to shelter benthic macrofauna from predators? . Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 370(1):1-8. (reviewed).

Ishikawa Satoshi 2009 Utilization and management of fisheries resources in the coastal area of Thailand. International Cooperation Center for Agricultural Education of Nagoya University (ed.) . International Cooperation in Agriculture, 11. pp.125-135. (in Japanese)

Ryutaro KAMIYAMA, Tsutomu MIYATA, Hisashi KUROKURA, Satoshi ISHIKAWA 2015,02 The impact of distribution change on fisheries in Southeast Asia: a case study in the Batan Estuary, Aklan, Central Philippines. Fisheries Science 81(2):401-408. DOI:DOI 10.1007/s12562-015-0855-x (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Satoshi ISHIKAWA Area-capability approach for Transdisciplinary Studies. Hawaii Tokai International College Seminar, August 2018, Hawaii, Honolulu..

Bussaya Plongon, Chatcharee Kaewsuralikhit, Pailin Jitchum, Takashi Yoshikawa, Yuki Okamoto, Kazuya Watanabe, Satoshi Ishikawa, Jintana Salaenoi Phytoplankton distribution and water qualities in aquaculture area at Bandon Bay, Surat Thani Province. 7th national conference on algae and plankton 2015, March 2015-March 2015, Bangkok, Thailand. (Other)

ISHIKAWA Satoshi, YOSHIKAWA Takashi, MATSUURA Hiroyuki, NIKI Masahito, TAGUCHI Rie, ISHIKAWA Kaneo, SUZUKI Satoshi Database development for coastal biodiversity and environment of Hazu coastal area in Mikawa bay, Japan No.3 - Environmental education based on fisheries information. The 2011 spring meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2013.03.28-2013.03.31, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Minato-ku Tokyo. (in Japanese)

HAYASE Yoshimasa, TANEKURA Toshiyuki, SHAKEMA Taro, MATSUNAGA Yasuyuki, YOSHIKAWA Takashi, MATSUURA Hiroyuki, ISHIKAWA Satoshi Database development for coastal biodiversity and environment of Hazu coastal area in Mikawa bay, Japan No.4 – Shellfishery fauna in the tidal zone. The 2011 spring meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2013.03.28-2013.03.31, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Minato-ku Tokyo. (in Japanese)

KAMIYAMA Ryutaro, MIYATA Tsutomu, KUROKURA Hisashi, ISHIKAWA Satoshi. Quantitative impact analysis of social capitals on incentives of fisheries management in coastal area of developing country, A case study in Batan bay, Philippines. . The 2013 spring meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science., 2013.03.26-2013.03.30, Minato-ku Tokyo. (in Japanese)

HANAMORI Kuniko, ISHIKAWA Satoshi, SAITO Hiroshi, OKADA Yoshihiro, SATO Yo-ichiro Genetic analysis of unearthed Rice from remains of Yayoi Period. The 27th annual meeting of the Japan society for scientific studies on cultural properties, 2010.06.26-2010.06.27, Suita, Osaka, Japan. (in Japanese)

EBATA Keigo, BOUTSON Anukorn, KUDOH Takatsugu, ARIMOTO Takafumi, CHNRACHKIT Isara Small scale coastal fisheries in Rayong, Thailand. The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science Spring Meeting 2013, 2013.03.26-2013.03.30, Minato, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

KUDOH Takatsugu, ARIMOTO Takafumi, BABA Osamu, EBATA Keigo, BOUTSON Anukorn, MUNPRASIT Aussanee , MANAJIT Nopporn Operation System Analysis of setnet in Rayong, Thailand, from the view point of cost-profit simulation with fuel consumption assessment. The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science Spring Meeting 2013, 2013.03.26-2013.03.30, Minato, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

EBATA Keigo, BOUNTSON Anukorn, KUDO Takatsugu, ARIMOTO Takafumi, CHANRACHKIT Isara Field study of small scale fishery in Rayong, Thailand.. The 2013 spring meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2013.03.26-2013.03.30, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Minato-ku Tokyo. (in Japanese)

KUDO Takatsugu, ARIMOTO Takafumi, BABA Osamu, EBATA Keigo, BOUNTSON Anukorn, MUNPRASIT Aussanee, MANAJIT Nopporn Impact analysis of set-net fishery installation into Thailand on fishermen incomes and environment.. The 2013 spring meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2013.03.26-2012.03.30, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Minato-ku Tokyo. (in Japanese)

SIMIZU Hiromu Hybrid Creation of a Subsistence Culture: Quilt-Making on Caohagan Island, Philippines. international Conference on “Plural Coexistence and Sustainability: Asian Experiences in Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” jointly sponsored by CSEAS and School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University,, 2013.03.11-2013.03.12, HSS Conference Room, Kyoto.

KONO Yasuyuki A Sustainable Humanosphere Approach to Southeast Asian Studies. . International Conference on Plural Coexistence and Asian Sustainability: Asian Experiences in the Interdisciplinary Perspectives,, 2013.03.11-2013.03.12, Singapore.

MIYATA Tsutom Practical extraction method of fisher's household and data collection precaution,. Regional workshop on improvement of fisheries information collection in coastal small-scale and inland fisheries of the Southeast Asia, 2013.01.28-2013.01.30, Bangkok, Thailand.

HORI Mina Collecting small-scale inland fisheries data, case study from Cambodia. Regional workshop on improvement of fisheries information collection in coastal small-scale and inland fisheries of the Southeast Asia, 2013.01.28-2013.01.30, Bangkok, Thailand. .

MIYATA Tsutom Data collection method of fish catch-The case of fisher's association in Japan-. Regional workshop on improvement of fisheries information collection in coastal small-scale and inland fisheries of the Southeast Asia, 2013.01.28-2013.01.30, Bangkok, Thailand. .

MIYAMOTO Yoshinori, MATSUSHITA Souichiro, UCHIDA Keiichi, THEPAROONART Yuttana,ANONGPONYOSKUN Monton,ISHIKAWA Satoshi,YAP Minlee,SASAKURA Toyoki Carrying knowledge into new fields: Trial of acoustic surveys in coastal shallow area. Asian Fisheries Acoustics Society, 2012, 2012.11.26-2012.11.27, Busan, Republic of Korea.

MOTOMURA H Surveys on the diversity of Southeast Asian marine and freshwater fishes in the past seven years. International Symposium of ITP, Conservation of biodiversity in the tropical Asia, 2012.11.09-2012.11.09, Kagoshima, Japan.

TAKAGI Akira, ISHIKAWA Satoshi, OGAWA Hisashi, MUTO Fumihito Possibility of canned Tuna species identification. The 2012 autumn meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science., 2012.09.14-2012.09.17, National Fisheries University in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan. (in Japanese)

MOTOMURA Hiroyuki Taxonomic study of fish in Indo-Pacific Oceans . The 48th annual meeting of The Japanese Society of Systematic Zoology, 2012.06.10-2012.06.10, Toho University in Funabashi, Chiba, Japan. (in Japanese)

MOTOMURA Hiroyuki ish Diversity and Local Societies in the Angkor World Heritage, Cambodia. 2nd Open Seminar / International Symposium, and International Seminar of School of International Studies on “Local Societies and Inhabitants in the Angkor World Heritage in Relation to Recent Environmental Change of Cambodia", 2012.01.27-2012.01.27, Kanazawa University, Ishikawa, Japan. (in Japanese)

KAMIYAMA Ryutaro, Jon P. Altamirano, KUROKURA Hisashi, ISHIKAWA Satoshi Impact survey of shrimp aquaculture on the transportation of fishery product in Panay Is. Philippines. The 2011 autumn meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science., 2011.09.28-2011.10.02, Nagasaki University in Nagasaki, Japan. (in Japanese)

TAKAGI Akira, KONO Yashuyuki, KUROKURA Hisashi, ISHIKAWA Satoshi Fisheries condition and characteristic of Rayon in Thailand.. he 2011 autumn meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2011.09.28-2011.10.02, Nagasaki University in Nagasaki, Japan.. (in Japanese)

Koji Fujimoto, Masahiro Horinouchi, Prasert Tongnunui, Yukinori Nakane, Kusuto Nanjo, Ko Ikejima, Mitsuhiko Sano and Hisashi Kurokura Fishes captured by traps in a mangrove area in Thailand. Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2010.03.26-2010.03.30. (in Japanese)

Satoshi Ishikawa, Hiroyuki Matsuura, Takashi Yoshikawa, Takaharu Fukaya, Takanori Nakane, Masayoshi Miura, Kaneo Isikawa, Dai Hayashi, Toshiyuki Tanekura, Ikuyuki Matsunaga, Yoshimasa Hayase Database construction on biological resource in a coastal area of Mikawa Bay (1) Outline of the database. Annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2010.03.26-2010.03.30, Kanagawa, Japan. (in Japanese)

Takashi Yoshikawa, Keita Asai, Takahiro Arai, Ryosuke Hashizume, Michitala Hattori, Dai Hayashi, Toshiyuki Tanekura, Ikuyuki Matsunaga, Yoshimasa Hayase Database construction on biological resource in a coastal area of Mikawa Bay (2) Results in rocky shores and tidal flats. Annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2010.03.26-2010.03.30, Kanagawa, Japan. (in Japanese)

Sigeto Kawabata, Mina Hori, Nakane Yukinori, Ratana Munprasit, Satoshi Ishikawa Beach Seine Net Fishery at Suwanson Beach in Rayon Province, Thailand. Annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2010.03.26-2010.03.30, Kanagawa, Japan. (in Japanese)

【Poster Presentation】

Yuki Okamoto, Satoshi Ishikawa, Nathaniel C. Añasco, Hilario Taberna Jr., Alan Dino Moscoso, Mae Grace G. Nillos, Ida Pahila, Yuya Ogawa, Mamoru Kanzaki, Koetsu Kon, Tomoko Kishino, Takashi Yoshikawa, Kou Ikejima Food Web Structure of Batan Bay, Panay Island, Philippines: A preliminary study using CN stable isotope analysis on fishery products. 平成27年度日本水産学会春季大会, 2015.03.27-2015.03.31, 東京都品川区(東京海洋大学).

A Watanabe, Yu Takashima, T Arimoto, S Takeda, K Ebata, B. Anukorn, T. Amornpiyakrit, N. Manajit, W. Yinguid, I Watanabe and S Ishikawa THE FISHING ACTIVITIES OF SMALL-SCALE FISHING BOATS WITH MONSOON EFFECT IN RAYONG COAST, THAILAND. JSPS-NRCT Asian Core Program Symposium 2014, 2014.12.16, Tokyo.

Yuki Okamoto, Kouetsu Kon, Kazuya Watanabe, Takashi Yoshikawa, Jintana Salaenoi, Satoshi Ishikawa Preliminary Survey on Food-web Structure and Water Characteristics of Bivalve Aquaculture Area in Bandon Bay, Surat Thani Province, Thailand. IOC Sub-commission for Western Pacific, 9th International Scientific Symposium, 2014.04.22-2014.04.24, Nha Trang, Vietnam.

Ida Go Pahila, Yuki Okamoto, Nathaniel Aňasco, Mae Grace Nillos, Hilario Taberna Jr., Ressurrecion Sadaba, Alan Dino Moscoso, Takashi Yoshikawa, and Satoshi Ishikawa Characterizing sediment aid volatile sulfide and organic matter of Batan Bay. IOC Sub-commission for Western Pacific, 9th International Scientific Symposium, 2014.04.22-2014.04.24, Nha Trang, Vietnam.

KON Koetsu, TONGNUNUI Prasert, KAWAMURA Tomohika, KUROKURA Hisashi Do allochthonous inputs represent an important food resource for benthic macrofaunal communities in estuarine mudflats?.. The First Asian Marine Biology Symposium, 2012, 2012.12.13-2012.12.17, Phuket, Thailand.

HAYASE Yoshimasa, TANEKURA Toshiyuki, MATSUNAGA Yasuyuki, HASEGAWA, YAMAZAKI, NOBA, KAMIYA,YOSHIKAWA Takashi Life cycle and morphological features of Lacuna (Lacuna) carinifera (A.. The 2012 annual meeting of the malacological society of Japan, 2012.04.14-2012.04.14, Tokyo Kasei Gakuin University in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

ISHIKAWA Satoshi Area-capability study for sustainable development in Coastal zone. ICFAS 2016, Navigating troubled waters: localizing pathways for a sustainable future, 2016.01.26-2016.01.28, Iloilo city Philippines.

ISHIKAWA,Satoshi Co-design, Co-produce of local people, researchers, and governments for sustainable rural development in Southeast Asian Coastal zone. The International Forum on Ecosystem Adaptability, Ecosystem Adaptability GCOE, Tohoku University, 2012.12.12-2012.12.13, Sendai, Japan.

Satoshi ISHIKAWA How can researchers contribute to promote local institutional ecosystem governance in the coastal zone of Asia?. JSPS Symposium Program "Long-term Sustainability through Place-based, Small-scale economies", 2014.09.26-2014.09.28, The Center for Japanese Studies, UC Berkeley.

ISHIKAWA,Satoshi Co-design, Co-produce of local people, researchers, and governments for sustainable rural development in Southeast Asian Coastal zone. 東北大学整体適応グローバルCOE、第4回生態適応フォーラム「Interface between Science and Policy」, 2012.12.12-2012.12.13, 宮城県仙台市.