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MABUCHI Koji

Researcher Name
MABUCHI Koji
Div (Section) name/title
Biodiversity Division(Lake Biwa Branch Office)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
Fish biodiversity, habitat ecology and their conservation
Degree(s)
Ph.D.
Professional Qualification(s)
Biology,Science of Fisheries
Environmental Speciality Field
biodiversity
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2021
    • 25522 : Study for sustainable society based on regional collaboration
    • 25525 : Co-designing solution and its implementation to develop sustainable regional society
    • 25535 : Research on evaluation and clarification of effects and mechanisms of climate change
    • 25594 : Filming a documentary through carp-eyes II: Monitoring of offshore deep waters of Lake Biwa using animal-borne video loggers
    • 25674 : Intellectual research infrastructure development:Systematic monitoring, development of information on impact prediction and adaptation, and development of tools in the field of climate change adaptation
    • 25809 : Biodiversity Domain: Foresight and Advanced Basic Research
    • 25810 : Biodiversity Domain: Policy-Oriented Research
    • 25844 : Research on water and lake-bottom environment for soundness evaluation of Lake Biwa
    • 25868 : Research on the distribution and ecology of the native fishes of Lake Biwa
    • 25926 : A year-round tracking of the large-scale seasonal migration of Lake Biwa native common carp using an integrated multi-path biotelemetry system
  • Fiscal Year: 2020
    • 25438 : Studies on conservation and ecosystem management of Lake Biwa
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24792 : Studies on conservation and ecosystem management of Lake Biwa
    • 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
    • 24415 : Deep water (down to 1600 m depth) adaptive radiation of subarctic Lake Baikal sculpins: an investigation based on their life cycles and molecular phylogenies
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 24121 : Behavioral patterns of Japanese native common carp in offshore water of Lake Biwa: a bio-logging approach to the study of deep lake fish
    • 24151 : Deep water (down to 1600 m depth) adaptive radiation of subarctic Lake Baikal sculpins: an investigation based on their life cycles and molecular phylogenies
    • 24173 : Studies on conservation and ecosystem management of Lake Biwa
Research Result (Publication)
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