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YOSHIDA Makoto

YOSHIDA Makoto
Researcher Name
YOSHIDA Makoto
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies(Biwako Branch)/Research Associate
Research Subject
Monitoring of aquatic biodiversity and environmental information using freshwater fishes as observation platforms
Degree(s)
Ph.D. in Agriculture
Professional Qualification(s)
Biology,Science of Fisheries,Agricultural Science
Environmental Speciality Field
fish ecology,biodiversity,bioenvironmental information
Keyword(s)
bio-logging,biotelemetry,metabolic measurements,non-native fish,swimming behavior and metabolism,buoyancy,bioenvironmental information mapping
Brief Description of Research
Behavioral studies of freshwater fishes using animal-borne data loggers
Career
2017.10-2018.3 Postdoctoral Researcher, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
2017.9 Ph.D. in Agriculture (The University of Tokyo)
2013.3 M.Sc in Agriculture (The University of Tokyo)
2010.3 B.Sc in Agriculture (The University of Tokyo)
URL
http://utbls.aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp/member/myoshida/Makoto_Yoshida.html
Membership of Academic Society
Ecological Society of Japan,The Ichthyological Society of Japan,The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science,Japan Ethological Society,International Bio-logging Society,Society for Experimental Biology
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24792 : Studies on conservation and ecosystem management of Lake Biwa
    • 24799 : Predicting non-native channel catfish expansion in Lake Biwa based on past capture data and swimming performance measurement
    • 24800 : Filming a documentary through carp-eyes II: Monitoring of offshore deep waters of Lake Biwa using animal-borne video loggers
    • 24801 : A long-term tracking of Japanese native common carp in Lake Biwa using bio-logging and biotelemetry in combination
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24419 : Filming a documentary through carp-eyes: Observation of fish fauna in Lake Biwa using animal-borne video loggers
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation
  • Research Presentation
    Free-ranging channel catfish adopt cost-efficient neutral buoyancy in flowing condition
    Presenter : Yoshida M.A., Yamamoto D., Sato K.
    Name of Society : The Society for Experimental Biology Annual Meeting Florence 2018 (2018)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 173-174
  • Free-ranging channel catfish adopt cost-efficient neutral buoyancy in flowing condition
    Presenter : Yoshida M.A., Yamamoto D., Sato K.
    Name of Society : The Society for Experimental Biology Annual Meeting Florence 2018 (2018)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts, 173-174