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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor
Department Department of Aquatic Bioscience
Institution
The University of Tokyo ( UT)
Yayoi, Bunkyo Tokyo 113-8657
Address
The University of Tokyo Yayoi, Bunkyo
Tokyo
113-8657
Japan
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +81 3 5841-5293
Fax +81 3 5841-5308
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Plankton ecology
Research Region 72, 84
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Ken FURUYA)

Kodama, T., K. Furuya, F. Hashihama, S. Takeda and J. Kanda (2011) Occurrence of rain-origin nitrate patches at the nutrient-depleted surface in the East China Sea and the Philippine Sea during summer. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116,C08003.
Shiozaki, T., K. Furuya, S. Kitajima, T. Kodama, S. Takeda and J. Kanda (2010) New estimation of N2 fixation in the western and central Pacific Ocean and its marginal seas. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 24 (1), GB1015.
Furuya, K., P. M. Glibert, M. Zhou, and R. Raine (2010) Global Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Harmful Algal Blooms in Asia. IOC and SCOR, Paris and Newark, Delaware. 68 pp.
Hashihama, F., K. Furuya, S. Kitajima, S. Takeda, T. Takemura & J. Kanda (2009) Macro-scale exhaustion of surface phosphate by N2 fixation in the western North Pacific. Geophysical Research Letter, 36, L03610.
Sato, M., F. Hashihama, S. Kitajima, S.Takeda and K. Furuya (2009) Distribution of nano-sized cyanobacteria in the western and central Pacific Ocean. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 59 (3), 257-272.
Kitajima, S., K. Furuya, F. Hashihama, S. Takeda and J. Kanda (2009) Latitudinal distribution of diazotrophs and their nitrogen fixation in the tropical and subtropical western North Pacific. Limnology and Oceanography, 54, 537-547.
Glibert, P. M., R. Azanza, M. Burford, K. Furuya, E. Abal, A. Al-Azri, F. Al-Yamani, P. Andersen, D. M. Anderson, J. Beardall, G. M. Berg, L. Brand, D. Bronk, J. Brookes, J. M. Burkholder, A. Cembella, W. P. Cochlan, J. Collier, Y. Collos, R. Diaz, M. Doblin, T. Drennen, S. Dyhrman, Y. Fukuyo, M. Furnas, J. Galloway, E. Granéli, D. V. Ha, G. Hallegraeff, J. Harrison, P. J. Harrison, C. A. Heil, K. Heimann, R. Howarth, C. Jauzein, A. A. Kana, T. M. Kana, H. Kim, R. Kudela, C. Legrand, M. Mallin, M. Mulholland, S. Murray, J. O?Neil, G. Pitcher, Y. Qi, N. Rabalais, R. Raine, S. Seitzinger, P. S. Salomon, C. Solomon, D. K. Stoecker , G. Usup, J. Wilson, K. Yin, M. Zhou, M. Zhu (2008) Ocean urea fertilization for carbon credits poses high ecological risks, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 56, 1049-1056.


Created: 2000-09-06 Last Updated: 2016-06-16 by Ken FURUYA