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2001

●No.33 December 20, 2001
 
  • China's Maritime Activities
    • Ryohei MURATA
      Special Adviser, The Nippon Foundation
      Former Undersecretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
      Former Japanese Ambassador to the United States
      Former Japanese Ambassador to Germany
  • Hoppouyontou's Biodiversity and Its Conservation
    • Noriyuki OHTAISHI
      Professor, Laboratory of Wildlife Biology, Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine Hokkaido University
  • Leave Some Fortune to Posterity
    • Shin TANI
      Chief, Continental Shelf Surveys Office, Hydrographic Department, Japan Coast Guard
No.32 December 5, 2001
 
  • A Lesson from Aquapolis - A Discussion of Total Life Cycle Cost -
    • Masaaki SAKUTA
      Professor Emeritus, Nihon University
  • Public and Private Use of Wharfs
    • Shin KISUGI
      Professor, International Graduate School of Social Sciences, Yokohama National University
  • The "Nakisuna" (Crying Sand) of "Kotobikihama" in the Coming Age On the Subject of the Environment Surrounding the Seashore
    • Shoji MATSUO
●No.31 November 20, 2001
 
  • New Water Utilization Concept: "Fishery Waters" - Aiming at Sustainable Fishery -
    • Takehiko MANABE
      Director of Aquaculture Division of Hyogo Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station
  • An Old Man Says, "Long, Long Ago the Sandy Beach Was Wide." Is This True?
    • Takaaki UDA
      Executive Director for Research Affairs, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
  • Regeneration and Establishment of the Fishing Industry as a "New" Primary Industry
    • Joji MORISHITA
      Whaling Section Chief, Far Seas Fisheries Division, Fisheries Agency
No.30 November 5, 2001
 
  • The Present State and Problems of Coastal and Marine Resources Development in Korea
    • Hee-Do AHN
      Principal Researcher, Coastal and Harbor Engineering Research Laboratory, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute (KORDI)
  • Current Status and Issues on Marine Environmental Education in Korea
    • Jong-Geel JE
      Principal Research Scientist, Marine Environment and Climate Change Laboratory, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute (KORDI)
  • The Promotion and Problems of Korea's Marine Ranching
    • Jong-Man KIM
      Director-General, Jangmok Marine Station, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute (KORDI)
●No.29 October 20, 2001
 
  • Looking into the Folk Wisdom of the Sea
    • Tomoya AKIMICHI
      Professor, Head of the Department of Cultural Research, National Museum of Ethnology
  • Traditional Local Performing Arts for Paying Homepage to the Sea
    • Masahiro HIKITA
      Executive Director, Communication Design Institute
  • Setouchi Suigun and the Dreams and Expectations it Suggests for the 21st Century
    • Takahisa MURAKAMI
      Institute of Fisheries Management Technology
No.28 October 5, 2001
 
  • Striving for an Efficient and Safe Tokyo Bay
    • Masakazu HENMI
      President, Tokyo Wan Association for Marine Safety
  • Saury Fishing Operations and the Northern Territories
    • Takeaki HORI
      Visiting professor, University of Karlova
  • Dolphins and Mikurajima Island
    • Ayami IMAMURA
      Resident, Mikurajima Island
●No.27 September 20, 2001
 
  • Use of the Okino Torishima
    • Tetsuya HIRAISHI
      Marine and Hydraulic Engineering Division, Port and Airport Research Institute (PARI)
  • Training for Divers Who Care about the Sea
    • Masanobu SHIBUYA
      President, Shibuya Diving Industry, Co.
  • Will the Tuna Fishing Ever Revive in the Tsugaru Strait?
    • Teruo HAMADA
      Union President, Ohata Town Small Fixed Shore Net Union
No.26 September 5, 2001
 
  • Disaster Prevention from the Ocean Perspective
    • Suminao MURAKAMI
      Honorary Director, Laboratory of Urban Safety Planning
  • A Disaster Prevention Support System Using Rivers and the Ocean
    • Kunihiko HIRAI
      Professor, Nagaoka Institute of Design
  • Mutual Earthquake Support Agreements Linked By the Oceans
    • Yoshinori YAMANE
      Mayor of Tamano City, Okayama Prefecture
  • Searching for 'Hope' in Disaster Prevention Measures from the Ocean
    • Mineo SUGIYAMA
      Chief of Disaster Countermeasures Office, Disaster Prevention Bureau, Shizuoka Prefecture
●No.25 August 20, 2001
 
  • Home Grown Energy: Methane Hydrate
    • Eiichi TOKUYAMA
      Professor, Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
  • "Ocean Culture from the Community" A city of handmade international ocean culture - The activities of the Yokosuka Citizenship Committee -
    • Shinji KATAGIRI
      Representative, Yokosuka Citizenship Committee
  • With a View to Field Study on the Seashore
    • Mizuho HORIGUCHI
      Representative, "edutainments.net" Website
      Researcher, Faculty of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University
No.24 August 5, 2001
 
  • No Future for Shipping and Shipbuilding Without the Promotion of Shipbreaking
    • Hajime INOUE
      Former Director General, The Ship Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
  • Precautionary Principles that Protect the Ocean's Ecosystems and Their Biodiversity
    • Shin OMORI
      Director, Akajima Marine Science Laboratary
      Boyce THORNE-MILLER
      Sea Web Scientific Advisor
  • "Environmental Destruction by Jet-Skis" A proposal for the establishment of marine sports rules on behalf of the fish who can't express their plight
    • Miyuki OKUDA
      Kamakura Ocean Protection Society / Kanagawa Fishing and Ocean Use Consultative Council
●No.23 July 20, 2001
 
  • "What Is The Ideal Existence for Our Rivers and Oceans?" The Role of Rivers as a Passage Linking Land and Sea
    • Yoshio MATSUDA
      Chairman, Foundation for Riverfront Improvement and Restoration
  • "Forests that Cultivate Fertile Oceans" Fishermen's Forest Building Activities Link Our Forests, Rivers and Seas
    • Kazumitsu KAWADA
      Managing Director, Marine Blue 21 (Marine Environment Conservation System)
  • "The Creation of New Scenery Along Urban Coastlines" Waterfront Developments for the Next Generation
    • Norihisa YOKOUCHI
      Professor, College of Science & Technology, Department of Oceanic Architecture & Engineering, Nihon University
No.22 July 5, 2001
 
  • A Regional Framework for Cooperation: Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)
    • Chua Thia-Eng
      Manager, PEMSEA
  • The Open and Closed Nature of The Oceans
    • Wataru IIJIMA
      International Graduate School of Social Sciences, Yokohama National University
  • Buddhism that Traversed the Oceans
    • Natsuko AKIMOTO
      Senior Student, Buddhism Department, Rissho University
●No.21 June 20, 2001
 
  • The Activities of the JICA International Fisheries Training Center and the Ideal Future for International Cooperation in the Fishing Industry
    • Naoyoshi SASAKI
      Managing Director, Kanagawa International Fisheries Training Center, JICA
  • The Creation of Captivating Communities and Attractive Harbors
    • Keiko HIGASHI
      Associate Professor, Tokai University
  • National Boundaries of the Future
    • Yoshihide OHTA
      Senior Scientist of Norsk Polarinstitutt
No.20 June 5, 2001
 
  • The 'Ehime-Maru' Incident from a Different Perspective
    • Masanobu TERADA
      Secretary, Marine Traffic System Forum
  • The Raising of the 'Ehime-Maru' and the Current State of Salvage Operations from the Deep-Sea
    • Nobuo SHIMIZU
      Manager, Deep Sea Development Group, Fukada Salvage & Marine Works Co. Ltd.
  • Playing with the Critters in Mudflats
    • Shinobu WATASUE
      Chief, Encounter Network "Friends"
●No.19 May 20, 2001
 
  • Why Not Make More Use of Local Harbors for Pleasure Boating
    • Kensaku NOMOTO
      Prof. Emeritus, Osaka University / Naval Architect and Sports Sailor
  • The Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Pacific
    • Kazuyoshi OGAWA
      Senior Researcher, Japan Institute for Pacific Studies
  • Environmentally Friendly Ship Recycling
    • Hiroshi YAMAJI
      Vice President, Japan Ship-Scrapping Association
No.18 May 5, 2001
 
  • Measures to Suppress Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships in the Southeast Asian Seas
    • Rekizo MURAKAMI
      Professor, Japan Coast Guard Academy
  • Why is There No Progress in the Removal of Foreign Flagships Run Ashore and Abandoned?
    • Mizuo KANNO
      Director, Zeni Lite Buoy Co., Ltd.
      (Former General Manager of the Planning and Publicity Department, The Japan Association of Marine Safety)
  • The Rebirth of Deprived Villages on the South Coast of India
    • Masako OTSUKA
      Director, Operational Center (Japan) Tokyo Office, International Ocean Institute (IOI)
●No.17 April 20, 2001
 
  • Learning About Coastal Regions from Geographic Features and Seabed Sediments
    • Tsumoru SAGAYAMA
      Department of Marine Geoscience, Geological Survey of Hokkaido (GSH)
  • Realizing Japan's First Offshore Wind-Powered Generator
    • Yasuo HIRATA
      Mayor of Setana
  • The Day the Whales Came
    • Takao KAKUMOTO
      President, Sustainable Communities Research Institute
No.16 April 5, 2001
 
  • Haneda Airport Extension Plan
    • The Scheduled Airlines Association of Japan
  • Ship Navigation and Airport Issues in Tokyo Bay
    • Megumi MASUDA
      Managing Director, The Japanese Shipowners' Association
  • Expansion of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area's Primary Airport Capacity Including a New International Terminal
    • Shinichi MARUYAMA
      General Manager, New Tokyo Metropolitan Airport Research Council
●No.15 March 20, 2001
 
  • Toward Elimination of Substandard Shipping
    • Moritaka HAYASHI
      Professor, Waseda University School of Law
  • Japan's Port and Shipping Also Require Bold Policy Action
    • Shinichiro TANAKA
      Director, Ship Machinery Division,
      Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Singapore
  • Seishi, Blowfish and the Japan Sea
    • Akio KOU
      President, Yusui Company
No.14 March 5, 2001
 
  • Mutual Cooperation in Maritime Society
    • Takeo KOYAMA
      Prof. Emeritus, The University of Tokyo
  • The Ocean Knows It All
    • Tomoyo NONAKA
      Journalist
  • Will the Maritime Country of Japan be Concerned?
    • Hiroyuki GODA
      Graduate School of Management Science and Public Policy Studies
      University of Tsukuba
●No.13 February 20, 2001
 
  • Will the Artificial Construction of Our Coastlines Ever Stop?
    • Takaaki UDA
      Public Works Research Institute, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
  • Simulation Training for Maritime Disaster Prevention in the Information Age
    • Kenji ISHIDA
      Dept. of Electro-Mechanical Engineering
      Kobe University of Mercantile Marine
  • The Road to the Restoration of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands - Has California's "Sanbanze" Begun the Walk to Revival? -
    • Beverly Findlay-Kaneko
      Lecturer, Yokohama National University
No.12 February 5, 2001
 
  • The Swirling Ocean
    • Noriyuki NASU
      Professor Emeritus,
      Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
  • The 21st Century is the Environmental Age
    • Hiroya SANO
      Chairman, Japan Fisheries Association
●No.11 January 20, 2001
 
  • The Mechanism of Eutrophication in the Coastal Sea
    • Tetsuo YANAGI
      Professor, Dynamics Simulation Research Center
      Research Institute for Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University
  • The Third Coastal Zone Crisis and the Future of Our Coastal Zones
    • Asami SHIKIDA
      Associate Professor, Division of Environmental Engineering
      Kanazawa Institute of Technology
  • Teaching Our Children the Importance of the Oceans - The possibilities that can be taught from "PET bottle" submarines -
    • Rikako NAKANISHI
      Manager, Trade Fair Promotion Division
      Kobe Convention & Visitors Association
No.10 January 5, 2001
 
  • Japan's Seas and the Revival of Okinawa
    • Yoshiyuki UEHARA
      Deputy Director General, Department of Planning and Development, Okinawa Prefecture Government
  • Can't Ship Carpentry be Inherited Anymore?
    • Yoshikata ISHIHARA
      Director, Sea-Folk Museum
  • Messages for the New Millennium from Overseas Research Institutes
    • Andrew. R. Solow, Woodshole Oceanographic Institute Ocean Policy Center.
      Yvees Henoque, Project Leader, IFREMER
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