The 33rd jsd research Meeting Program



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The 33rd JSD Research Meeting

Program
Date: November 15th to 17th, 2013

Venue: Sesoko Station, Tropical Biosphere Research Center, Ryukyu University

   3422 Sesoko, Motobu, Okinawa Prefecture, 905-0227, Japan

Chairman: Shoichiro Suda

President of JSD: Shigeki Mayama

Phone: +81 (0)90 5442 8866



15 November (Friday)
≪Lecture Room

15:30 Registration

16:15 Group Photograph

16:25 Opening


≪International Mini Symposium: Diatoms in Eastern Asia 

15 min speech followed by 5 min discussion par presentation


16:30 (1) Shinya Sato (Yamaguchi University, Japan) =Invited speaker=

Life history of diatoms

16:50 (2) Gyeongje Joh(Inje University, Korea)

Biodiversity of benthic diatoms in mountain peatlands and the intertidal sandflats of the Nakdong River estuary, South Korea

17:10 (3) Yahui Gao (Xiamen University, China)

Observations on valve deformation of a marine diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries

17:30 (4) Matthew Julius (St. Cloud State University, U.S.A.)

Divergent homologies distinctive of Thalassiosiroid diatoms from Eastern Asia, Especially Japan

17:50 (5) Noriaki Nakamura1, Hiroki Isoyama1, Tomoko Yuasa1, Kazuhiko Fujita2 and Shigeki Mayama1 (1. Tokyo Gakugei University; 2. University of the Ryukyu, Japan)

Organic layers covering protoplasts of marine epipsamic diatoms Pseudoleyanella and Psammoneis

18:10 (6) Ae Suk Jeong (Daegu University, Korea)

Diatom assemblages distribution along environmental gradients and estimates of species optima and tolerance for nutrients in the Nakdong River, Korea

18:30 Comprehensive discussion
18:45 Diner (move to Restaurant Hawaii, cost included in registration fee)
16 November (Saturday)
≪Poster Room 1

8:30 – 9:40 3 min speech par poster, 30 min discussion in the latter half


(7) Gyeongje Joh(Inje University, Korea)

Aulacoseira diatoms occurring in mountain peatlands of South Korea

(8) Gyeongje Joh(Inje University, Korea)

Diatom flora of the old genus Navicula on intertidal sandflats in the Nakdong River estuary, South Korea

(9) Ayana Ito and Shigeki Mayama (Tokyo Gakugei Univeristy)

Preliminary study of diatom flora in the Tama River estuary

(10) Yu Imamura1, Shunichiro Hori1, Tomohiro Ohno1, Shigeki Mayama2 and Kazuo Umemura1 (1. Tokyo University of Science; 2. Tokyo Gakugei University)

Temperature and substrata effect on gliding of Nitzschia palea

(11) Yusuke Sadoya1,, Kazuki Nagao1, Ryota Oikawa2, Osataka Hanada2, Koji Sugioka1, Shigeki Mayama3, Kazuo Umemura1 (1. Tokyo University of Science; 2. Hirosaki University; 3. Tokyo Gakugei University)

Quantitative assessment of diatom gliding vector with two-dimensional movie analysis

(12) Intana Chanthirath(St. Cloud State University, U.S.A.)

Floating frustules: Why do some siliceous components sink and others float, observations of Cyclotella meneghiniana in mass culture

(13) Takashi Chiba, Shigehiro Fujino and Eimi Kobori (University of Tsukuba)

Fossil diatom community and assumed paleoenvironment in boring core sample from Tanoihama, Tokushima Prefecture

(14) Takanori Matsuoka and Tamotsu Nagumo (The Nippon Dental University)

Fine structural observation of Nitzschia sp. collected from Hisaka Island, Gotoh Islands, Nagasaki Prefecture

(15) Ayaka Takimoto1, Hidekazu Suzuki1, Yoshihiko Sakanishi2, Shin-ichiro Abe2, Tamotsu Nagumo3, Jiro Tanaka1 (1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 2. Fisheries Research Agency: 3. The Nippon Dental University)

Diatom flora on a sea grass Zostera from Sadogashima Island, Niigata Prefecture

(16) Mayumi Miyauchi1, Hidekazu Suzuki1, Takanori Matsuoka2, Tamotsu Nagumo2 and Jiro Tanaka1 (1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 2. The Nippon Dental University)

Morphology and taxonomy of a tube-dwelling genus Berkeleya

(17) Shiho Kaneko1, Hidekazu Suzuki1, Naho Miyazaki1, Tamotsu Nagumo2, Jiro Tanaka1 (1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 2. The Nippon Dental University)

Diatom flora on the wall of Shibaura Canal, Tokyo Bay

(18) Kang Ijin and Kaoru Kashima (Kyushu University)

Diatom assemblages in coastal lakes in Antarctica and their applications to Quaternary environmental studies

≪Poster Room 2

9:50 – 11:00 3 min speech par poster, 30 min discussion in the latter half
(19) Yu Tamura (Miyako Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Promotion Center)

Diatoms in mucus floc on intertidal reef flat

(20) Kei Amada (Fukuoka Institute of Technology)

Identification and cultivation of diatoms collected from Malaysia

(21) Taisuke Otsuka1 and Shigehiko Arita2 (1. Lake Biwa Musium; 2. Tansaibo no kai)

Diatoms in Yahata moor, Kitahirosima, Hiroshima Prefecture

(22) Aya Mizobuchi1, Shinji Handa1 and Taketo Nakano2 (1. Hiroshima Environmental and Health Association; 2. Hiroshima Biology and Environment Institute)

Morphology and ecology of a large size Surirella sp. from the Hii River, Shimane Prefecture

(23) Kento Kumisaka and Kaoru Kashima (Kyushu University)

Diatom assemblages in Megata Bogs, Akita Prefecture

(24) Tomoko Kuroda and Kaoru Kashima (Kyushu University)

Diatom communities in Hanejinaikai and Shioya Bay, Okinawa Island

(25) Yota Hara1, Hidekazu Suzuki1, Tamotsu Nagumo2 and Jiro Tanaka1 (1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 2. The Nippon Dental University)

Attached diatom flora in sandy shore of Iriomote Island, Okinawa Prefecture

(26) Yurika Mikame1, Hidekazu Suzuki1, Hideyuki Yamashiro2 Tamotsu Nagumo3 and Jiro Tanaka1 (1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 2. University of the Ryukyu; 3. The Nippon Dental University)

Morphology of two araphid diatom species on the coral from Nago, Okinawa

(27) Nozomi Yoshida1, Hidekazu Suzuki1, Tamotsu Nagumo2 and Jiro Tanaka1 (1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 2. The Nippon Dental University)

Auxosprulation dynamics of Melosira moniliformis and Pleurosira laevis in Tokyo Bay (No. 4)

(28) Akihiro Tuji (National Museum of Nature and Science, Botany)

Procedures necessary for overseas investigations

(29) Kaoru Kashima (Kyushu University)

Assessment of tsunami deposit and wave deposit using diatom assemblages

(30) Kohei Shinohara1, Atsushi Maruyama2 , Bosco Rusuwa3 and Taisuke Otsuka4 (1. Kabe Ikimonono Mori; 2. Ryukoku University; 3. Chancellor College; 4. Lake Biwa Museum)

Taxonomic revision of three diatoms found in Lake Malawi; Afrocymbella brunii (Fricke) comb. nov., Afrocymbella rossii (Kociolek & Stoermer) comb. nov., and Aulacoseira euareolata (O.Müller) comb. nov. et nom. nov.

(31) Matthew Julius1, William Gorcica1 and Shigeki Mayama2 (1. St. Cloud State University, U.S.A.; 2. Tokyo Gakugei University)

Leveling up: Adding a macroscale gamescape to SimRiver a widely adopted environmental education software tool.


≪Workshop

11:20 – 15:00 Marine course for Bisesaki; Freshwater course for the Genka River

15:30 Microscopic observation of collected diatoms in Sesoko Station


19:00 BBQ party (cost included in registration fee)

17 November (Sunday)
≪Room 1+2, Lecture Room

8:30 Final discussion

8:55 Closing

9:00 Poster removal

9:30 Departure for Okinawa Naha International Airport


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