Yamamoto Tamiji

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Name
Yamamoto Tamiji
E-mail
tamyamahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Hiroshima University
Section
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Job title
教授
Research funding number
40240105

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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2004
 - 
Mar 2019
Professor, Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University
 
Aug 1995
 - 
Mar 2004
Associate Professor, Faculty of Applied Biological Science, Hiroshima University
 
Apr 1991
 - 
Jul 1995
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Applied Biological Science, Hiroshima University
 
Apr 1985
 - 
Mar 1991
Scientist, Aichi Fisheries Institute
 
Apr 1983
 - 
Mar 1985
Researcher, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
 

Committee Memberships

 
Oct 2016
   
 
201504
 
Aug 2016
 - 
Aug 2016
Indonesian Association of Hydrolic Engeneers (HATHI)  Scientific Committee Member of the 5th International Seminar of the Indonesian Association of Hydrolic Engeneers (HATHI)
 
Mar 2015
   
 
201404
 

Awards & Honors

 
May 2017
Marquis Who’s who Lifetime Achievement Award
Winner: T. Yamamoto
 
Nov 2016
日経地球環境技術賞優秀賞
 
Jul 2015
Oligotrophication of Coastal Seas and Lakes, The JACZS Award for Publication and Culture 2015
Winner: Tamiji Yamamoto
 
Nov 2015
Marine Stone - a material for remediation of water and sediment quality in enclosed coastal seas, The 12th Eco-Products Awards (Minister's Prize, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
Winner: JFE Steel Co. Ltd. and Hiroshima University
 
May 2012
Marquis Who’s Who, Marquis Who’s Who
Winner: Tamiji Yamamoto
 

Published Papers

 
Utilization of dissolved organic phosphorus by the two dinoflagellates: Alexandrium tamarense and Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophyceae).
Fish Sci.   68 416-424   Apr 2002   [Refereed]
Proposal of mesotrophication through nutrient discharge control for sustainable fisheries.
Fish Sci.   68 538-541   Apr 2002   [Refereed]
Yamamoto, T; Oh, SJ; Kataoka, Y
FISHERIES SCIENCE   68(2) 356-363   Apr 2002   [Refereed]
Temperature and salinity ranges in which Gymnodinium catenatum (Hiroshima Bay strain) showed specific growth rates higher than 0.2/day were approximately 20-30degreesC and 20-32. The specific growth rate (mu), expressed as a polynomial equation as...
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   Apr 1995
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   Apr 1995

Books etc

 
Sato-Umi - New Concept for the Utilization of Coastal Seas
Koseishakoseikaku   Dec 2010   ISBN:4769912374
HiSOR Activity Report 2009
Asaoka, S., S. Hayakawa, T. Yamamoto and S. Kondo (Part:Joint Work)
Jun 2009   
HiSOR Activity Report 2009
Asaoka, S., T. Yamamoto, Y. Mogi and S. Hayakawa (Part:Joint Work)
Jun 2009   
Environmental Restoration of Semi-enclosed Seas
Koseishakoseikaku   Sep 2007   ISBN:9784769910
Pelagic Nugtrient Cycles
Koseishakoseikaku   Feb 2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Oligotrophication and its measures in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan.
Abo, K.
45th Scientific Symposium, US-Japan Natural Resources Panel on Aquaculture, Marine Aquaculture in a changing environment   16 Oct 2017   UJNR
Distribution of biophilic elements and phosphorus accumulation in Hiroshima Bay sediments, Japan.
Yamamoto, T.
WSEAS Conference Sereis, 13th International Conference on Energy, Environment, Ecosystems and Sustainable Development (EEESD '17)   28 Sep 2017   WSEAS
Oyster competitors in Hiroshima Bay: Prey-predator numerical model.
Wahyudin
The JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium “Fisheries Science for Future Generations”   24 Sep 2017   Japanese Society of Fisheries Science
Fertilizer application to enhance the growth of raft-cultured oysters.
T. Yamamoto
The JSFS 85th Anniversary-Commemorative International Symposium   24 Sep 2017   Japanese Society of Fisheries Science
The Center for Restration of Basin Ecosystem and Environment (CeRBEE), activity center for integrated coastal management, established in Hiroshima University, Japan.
Yamamoto, T.
International Symposium on Integrated Coastal Management for Marine Biodiversity in Asia   14 Jan 2010   Kyoto University

Research Grants & Projects

 
Project Year: 2013 - 2015
Project Year: 2013 - 2015
Project Year: 2013 - 2015
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2009 - 2011    Investigator(s): FUKUOKA, Masato
In order to evaluate the potential phosphorus resource on the watershed scale, this research aimed to determine the short to and long terms of phosphorus cycles with groundwater and river discharge processes in Seto Inland Sea watersheds. Especial...
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2007 - 2009    Investigator(s): ONODERA, Shin-ichi
This research confirmed the effect of groundwater and seawater interaction on nitrogen dynamics in coastal sediment of Seto-Inland Sea, Japan. Especially, this verified the process and volume of 1) groundwater- seawater interaction, 2) nitrogen di...