KOBAYASHI Masato

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Name
KOBAYASHI Masato
Affiliation
Yokohama College of Commerce
Section
Faculty of Commerce
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Agriculture(The University of Tokyo), Master of Fisheries(*Tokyo University of Fisheries*)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1987
 - 
1996
YoKohama College of Commerce, Associate Professor
 
1993
 - 
1995
Old Dominion University, Visiting Associate Professor
 

Education

 
Apr 1982
 - 
Mar 1985
University of Tokyo
 
Apr 1979
 - 
Mar 1981
Tokyo University of Fisheries
 
Apr 1975
 - 
Mar 1979
Kagoshima University
 
 
 - 
1985
Fisheries Science, Graduate School, Division of Agricultural Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1979
Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University
 

Published Papers

 
A review of physiological parameters for the numerical modeling of the Japanese oyster growth
KOBAYASHI Masato
45(2) 147-175   Mar 2012
Estimation of the larval drift of the Japanese spiny lobster in the vicinity of the Goto Islands
KOBAYASHI Masato
Transactions of the Yokohama College of Commerce   10 125-143   Nov 2011
Environmental monitoring and data utilization for estimation of sedimentation flux from oyster mariculture in Ofunato estuary, Japan. "jointly worked"
Fisheries Science   68 I, 550-553   2002
Numerical studies on the influence of the variations of the Kuroshio path on the transport of fish eggs and larvae. (共著)
GeoJournal   16(1) 113-117   1988
Takashige Sugimoto, Masato Kobayashi
Journal of the Oceanographical Society of Japan   43(6) 363-376   1987
Deep-Sea Research   33(11) 12,1641-1652   1986
Direct measurements of current and temperature near the sea bottom off the Boso Peninsula. (共著)
Transactions of the Tokyo University of Fisheries.   4 57-64   1981

Books etc

 
Estimation of main spawning grounds of the Japanese sardine from a viewpoint of transport condition of its eggs and larvae. (共著)
Pergamon Press, Long-term variability of pelagic fish populations and their environment   1991   
Circulation and transport environment for sardine eggs and larvae in Tosa Bay. (共著)
Pergamon Press, Long-term variability of pelagic fish populations and their environment   1991   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
El Niño 2015
Luis A. Icochea・Masato Kobayashi・Gandy M. Rosales
Australian Meteorological & Oceanographic Society, National Conference 2016, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre   Feb 2016   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Modeling studies on the influence of the environmental conditions on the oyster population dynamics.
Project Year: 1993   
Studies on the influence of current condition on the natural mortality in early life stages of pelagic fishies relating to their abundance variations.
Project Year: 1982   
Studies on the transport and dispersion of marine organisms' eggs and larvae in the Kuroshio region.
Project Year: 1982   
Studies on monitoring of water temperature and the influence of their variation on the coastal fishing in northern Peru.
Project Year: 2004