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KODAMA Keita

KODAMA Keita
Researcher Name
KODAMA Keita
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research(Ecosystem Impact Research Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
Effects of hypoxia on reprodction and recruitment of aquatic animals in coastal areas
Degree(s)
PhD (Agricultural Science)
Professional Qualification(s)
Science of Fisheries,Biology
Environmental Speciality Field
coastal ecosystem,hypoxia,reproduction
Keyword(s)
histology,multivariate statistics,lipofuscin-based age determination,field survey,rearing experiment of aquatic animals,molecular biology
Membership of Academic Society
The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science,Japanese Society of Fisheries Oceanography,Coastal Oceanography Research Committee, The Oceanographic Society of Japan
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23821 : Project to build a system evaluating ecological effect comprehensively and effectively
    • 23847 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23889 : Effect of feeding habit and prey availability on mortality in early life history of coastal megabenthic animals
    • 24075 : Declines of intertidal biota after the Fukushima nuclear disasters involved by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and evaluation of effects by radionuclides in marine invertebrates
    • 24076 : Elucidation of causal factors for temporal variation and drastic changes in coastal ecosystems
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23414 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23418 : Project to build a system evaluating ecological effect comprehensively and effectively
    • 23490 : An advancement of method for identifying prey organisms of marine benthic organisms during early life stages using peptide nucleic acid and next generation sequencing
    • 23491 : Development of testing methods for elucidating impacts of hydrogen sulfide and hypoxia on early life history of marine megabenthic organisms
    • 23630 : Declines of intertidal biota after the Fukushima nuclear disasters involved by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and evaluation of effects by radionuclides in marine invertebrates
    • 23638 : Elucidation of causal factors for temporal variation and drastic changes in coastal ecosystems
  • Fiscal Year: 2015
    • 23000 : Studies on the ecological risk assessment and management of pollutant chemicals
    • 23062 : Development of technique for identifying prey organisms of marine benthic organisms during the early life stages; application to ecological research
    • 23285 : Declines of intertidal biota after the Fukushima nuclear disasters involved by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and evaluation of effects by radionuclides in marine invertebrates
  • Fiscal Year: 2014
    • 22588 : Studies on the ecological risk assessment and management of pollutant chemicals
    • 22767 : Development of technique for identifying prey organisms of marine benthic organisms during the early life stages; application to ecological research
  • Fiscal Year: 2013
    • 22151 : Development of technique for identifying prey organisms of marine benthic organisms during the early life stages using peptide nucleic acid
    • 22172 : Studies on the ecological risk assessment and management of pollutant chemicals
    • 22243 : Elucidation of factors affecting mortality at the early life stages of megabenthic animals: comparative study using species having different reproductive seasons
    • 22534 : Study on dynamics and fate of radionuclides and their possible adverse effects in an inshore ecosystem
    • 22535 : Development of the methodology for elucidation of the actual state on exposure and adverse effects by environmental risk factors in marine organisms
  • Fiscal Year: 2012
    • 21743 : Studies on the ecological risk assessment and management of pollutant chemicals
    • 21792 : Elucidation of factors affecting mortality at the early life stages of megabenthic animals: comparative study using species having different reproductive seasons
    • 22095 : Study on dynamics and fate of radionuclides and their possible adverse effects in an inshore ecosystem
    • 22097 : Studies on the establishment of evaluation methods of adverse effects of hypoxia on benthic organisms and achievement of environmental criteria for bottom dissolved oxygen concentrations in coastal waters
    • 22098 : Development of the methodology for elucidation of the actual state on exposure and adverse effects by environmental risk factors in marine organisms
  • Fiscal Year: 2011
    • 21300 : Studies on the ecological risk assessment and management of pollutant chemicals
    • 21375 : Elucidation of factors affecting mortality at the early life stages of megabenthic animals: comparative study using species having different reproductive seasons
    • 21529 : Development of the methodology for elucidation of the actual state on exposure and adverse effects by environmental risk factors in marine organisms
    • 21530 : A long-term monitoring survey on the dynamics of demersal fish community in Tokyo Bay, Japan
    • 21532 : Studies on the establishment of evaluation methods of adverse effects of hypoxia on benthic organisms and achievement of environmental criteria for bottom dissolved oxygen concentrations in coastal waters
  • Fiscal Year: 2010
    • 20955 : Development of environmental risk assessment methods with reference to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
    • 20956 : A long-term monitoring survey on the dynamics of demersal fish community in Tokyo Bay, Japan
  • Fiscal Year: 2009
    • 20407 : Development of environmental risk assessment methods with reference to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
    • 20538 : A long-term monitoring survey on the dynamics of demersal fish community in Tokyo Bay, Japan
    • 20810 : Effects of hypoxia on reproduction and recruitment of aquatic animals in coastal areas
  • Fiscal Year: 2008
    • 20068 : A long-term monitoring survey on the dynamics of demersal fish community in Tokyo Bay, Japan
    • 20073 : Development of environmental risk assessment methods with reference to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
  • Fiscal Year: 2007
    • 10585 : Development of environmental risk assessment methods with reference to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
    • 10746 : A long-term monitoring survey on the dynamics of demersal fish community in Tokyo Bay, Japan
  • Fiscal Year: 2006
    • 10318 : Development of environmental risk assessment methods with reference to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
  • Fiscal Year: 2005
    • 9336 : Effects of environmental hormones to the reproduction of wildlife in Japan
    • 9499 : Age estimation of crustacean using autofluorescent pigment lipofuscin.
  • Fiscal Year: 2004
    • 8971 : Effects of environmental hormones to the reproduction of wildlife in Japan
    • 9250 : Age estimation of crustacean using autofluorescent pigment lipofuscin.
Research Result (Publication)
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  • Original Paper
  • Review
  • Book
  • Changes in the megabenthic community structure in relation to environmental variations in Tokyo Bay, Japan.
    Presenter : Kodama K., Horiguchi T.
    Title : , Advances in Environmental Research (2012)
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation
  • Research Lecture
  • Decline in intertidal biota after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear disaster
    Presenter : Horiguchi T., Yoshii.H, Mizuno.S, Kodama K., Shiraishi H.
    Name of Society : 7th Bilateral Seminar Italy-JapanPhysical and chemical impacts on marine organisms:emerging hazards and strategies for saving the oceans (2016)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 15-16
  • Effect of hypoxia and hydrogen sulfide on the survival of manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum during the early life stages.
    Presenter : Kodama K., Waku M., Sone R., Ishida T., Akatsuka T., Horiguchi T.
    Name of Society : 7th Bilateral Seminar Italy-JapanPhysical and chemical impacts on marine organisms:emerging hazards and strategies for saving the oceans (2016)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 7
  • Presenter : Lee J.H., Kodama K., Shiraishi H., Horiguchi T.
    Name of Society : 6th Bilateral Seminar Italy-Japan "Physical and chemical impacts on marine organisms: supporting blue growth in meaningful mutual symbiosis with the marine environment" (2014)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 25
  • Effects of hypoxia on benthic organisms in Tokyo Bay, Japan.
    Presenter : Kodama K., Horiguchi T.
    Name of Society : The 1st international symposium for marine environment management in special management coastal area. (2012)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 95-114
  • Changes in life history traits of megabenthic species in Tokyo Bay, Japan, concurrent with decresase in their stock sizes
    Presenter : Kodama K., Lee J.H., Park J. , Shiraishi H., Horiguchi T.
    Name of Society : 5th Bilateral Seminar Italy-Japan "Physical and Chemical Impacts on Marine Organisms: For the Sustainable Quality of Human Society Dependent on Marine Environment" (2012)
    Name of Proceedings : Book of Abstracts, 12
  • Surveys on environmental Pollution and possible adverse effects by radionuclides in wildlife, after severe accidents of Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plants, Japan
    Presenter : Horiguchi T., Kodama K., Ihara S., Takase M., Ohta , Yoshii H., Mizuno S., Kamiyama K., Maki H., Tanaka A., Karube S., Shiraishi H., Ohara T.
    Name of Society : 5th Bilateral Seminar Italy-Japan "Physical and Chemical Impacts on Marine Organisms: For the Sustainable Quality of Human Society Dependent on Marine Environment" (2012)
    Name of Proceedings : Book of Abstracts, 17
  • Use of hypoxia inducible factor as a biomarker of exposure to hypoxia for megabenthos in Tokyo Bay, JAPAN
    Presenter : Kodama K., Rahman Md. S., Horiguchi T., Thomas P.
    Name of Society : 4th Bilateral Seminar Italy〜Japan Physical and Chemical Impacts on Marine Organisms 〜For Conservation of Biodiversity and Sustainability〜 (2010)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 12
  • Exploration of causal factors affecting change in stock size of megabenthos in Tokyo Bay, Japan: Community and population-level approach
    Presenter : Kodama K., Horiguchi T., Oyama M., Lee J-H., Akaba Y., Tajima Y., Kume G., Yamaguchi A., Takao Y., Shibata Y., Shiraishi H., Morita M., Shimizu M.
    Name of Society : 3rd Bilateral Semin.Italy-Jpn.Chem.Impacts Mar.Org.-Seeking Sustainability Postgenomics- (2008)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 10-11