MATSUZAKI, S. Shin-ichiroPh.D., Senior researcher
Biodiversity Conservation Planning Section
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies,
National Institute for Environmental Studies
Onogawa 16-2, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki 305-8506, Japan
Community ecology, Conservation ecology, Fish ecology, Macroecology
Matsuzaki S.S., Sasaki T. & Akasaka M. (2016) Invasion of exotic piscivores causes losses of functional diversity and functionally unique species in Japanese lakes. Freshwater Biology. link to article
Matsuzaki, S.S., Kumagai, N.H. Hayashi T.I. (2016) Need for Systematic Statistical Tools for Decision-Making in Radioactively Contaminated Areas. Environ. Sci. Technol. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b06194
Matsuzaki SS, Kadoya T (2015) Trends and stability of inland fishery resources in Japanese lakes: introduction of exotic piscivores as a driver. Ecological Applications. 25:1420-1432. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-2182.1
Su G, Xu J, Akasaka M, Molinos JG & Matsuzaki, SS (2015) Human impacts on functional and taxonomic homogenization of plateau fish assemblages in Yunnan, China. Global Ecology and Conservation 4:470-478.
Xu J, Su G, Xiong Y, Akasaka M, Garcia Molinos J, Matsuzaki SS, Zhang M (2015) Complimentary analysis of metacommunity nestedness and diversity partitioning highlights the need for a holistic conservation strategy for highland lake fish assemblages. Global Ecology and Conservation 3: 288-296.
Katano O, Hakoyama H & Matsuzaki SS（2015）Japanese inland fisheries and aquaculture: Status and trends -Freshwater Fisheries Ecology (John F. Craig ed.), Wiley-Blackwell, pp231-240.