脇田 和美

WAKITA Kazumi

  • 教授
  • 学位:博士(農学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Marine Science and Technology / Department of Maritime Civilizations
  • Graduate School of Oceanography / Course of Oceanography

ジャンル

  • Global Environment
  • Urban Problem
  • Regional Revitalization

研究と関連するSDGs

  • Good Health and Well-Being
  • Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • Responsible Consumption and Production
  • Life Below Water

詳細情報

研究キーワード

  • marine policy
  • integrated coastal management

研究分野

  • Environmental science/Agricultural science Environmental policy and society

論文

The harmful raphidophyte Chattonella (Raphidophyceae) in Western Pacific: Its red tides and associated fisheries damage over the past 50 years (1969–2019)

Economic Impacts and Management of Cochlodinium in Korea

Exploring the effect of psychometric variables on willingness to pay for marine ecosystem services: A survey in Japan

Marine Ecosystem Services: Perception of Residents from Remote Islands, Taketomi Town

Implementation Status of Measures on Integrated Coastal Management provided in Basic Plan on Ocean Policy

An Analysis of the Previous and Current Basic Plan on Ocean Policy and the Government Annual Report on Implemented Measures with Regard to the Oceans-For the Review of the Basic Plan on Ocean Policy "Based on an Evaluation of the Effect of Measures w

Reports and Trends of Harmful Algal Blooms with Fish Kills in the Southeast Asia

Obligation to the Environment or Pursuit of Stylish Lifestyle::Which is More Important as a Determinant Factor for Intention of Green Consumer Behavior in the United States

Marine ecosystem services: Perceptions of indispensability and pathways to engaging citizens in their sustainable use

Stakeholders' utility and optimum uses of marine space : A preliminary study on utility of Pyropia yezoensis farming in Tokyo Bay

Willingness to pay for ecosystem services of open oceans by choice-based conjoint analysis: A case study of Japanese residents

An evaluation of Tokyo Bay as a marine space for Porphyra spp. farnming: Evaluating marine spaces through quantitative examination of water environmental variables across categorized marine spaces, making use of multiple institutional data

Human utility of marine ecosystem services and behavioural intentions for marine conservation in Japan

英国,豪州,スペイン,中国,米国の高等教育機関における沿岸域総合管理のための人材育成に関する比較研究

Evaluating Integrated Coastal Management planning policy in Japan: Why the Guideline 2000 has not been implemented

International learning pathways for coastal professionals: A japan uk example

Ocean Fundamental Law and its Possible Influences on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Japan

書籍等出版物

  • Living in the Megacity: Towards Sustainable Urban Environments

講演・口頭発表等

  • Indispensability matters or not: Perception of marine ecosystem services and behavioral intention for marine conservation
  • Value of marine ecosystem services: Insights from questionnaire results
  • An example of measures to secure clam-digging opportunities under circumstances of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) detected
  • Aquaculture development and HAB occurrences in the Southeast Asia: A case study of Lampung Bay, Indonesia
  • Chattonella and raphidophytes in Japan
  • Recent HAB events in Japan
  • Mitigation of socio-economic impact by paralytic shellfish poison: A case study of management of a clam digging area in Osaka, Japan
  • Can we achieve sustainable use in the sea with conflicts: A questionnaire across three countries around the East China Sea
  • Characteristics of Measures on Integrated Coastal Management based on review of Government Annual Report on Implemented Measures on Ocean
  • 沿岸環境保全行動に影響を及ぼす要因:フィリピン・パナイ島の漁村Poloにおける住民アンケート調査結果
  • Mitigation to reduce impacts of red tides
  • Management to reduce harmful consequence of toxic plankton
  • What motivates people to conserve marine ecosystem services: a case study in Japan

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