Ocean Newsletter

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【Since issue No.311 (2013.07.20), the Newsletter was renamed from the "Ship & Ocean Newsletter" to the "Ocean Newsletter".】

FY2000 【Ship & Ocean Newsletter】

  • No.15 March 20, 2001
  • Toward Elimination of Substandard Shipping
    Moritaka HAYASHI
    Professor, Waseda University School of Law
  • Japan's Port and Shipping Also Require Bold Policy Action
    Shinichiro TANAKA
    Director, Ship Machinery Division,Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Singapore
    Selected Papers No.1
  • Seishi, Blowfish and the Japan Sea
    Akio KOU
    President, Yusui Company
  • No.14 March 5, 2001
  • Mutual Cooperation in Maritime Society
    Takeo KOYAMA
    Prof. Emeritus, The University of Tokyo
  • The Ocean Knows It All
    Tomoyo NONAKA
  • Will the Maritime Country of Japan be Concerned?
    Hiroyuki GODA
    Graduate School of Management Science and Public Policy StudiesUniversity of Tsukuba
  • No.13 February 20, 2001
  • Will the Artificial Construction of Our Coastlines Ever Stop?
    Takaaki UDA
    Public Works Research Institute, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
  • Simulation Training for Maritime Disaster Prevention in the Information Age
    Kenji ISHIDA
    Dept. of Electro-Mechanical EngineeringKobe University of Maritime
  • The Road to the Restoration of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands - Has California's "Sanbanze" Begun the Walk to Revival? -
    Beverly Findlay-Kaneko
    Lecturer, Yokohama National University
    Selected Papers No.1
  • No.12 February 5, 2001
  • The Swirling Ocean
    Noriyuki NASU
    Professor Emeritus, Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
  • The 21st Century is the Environmental Age
    Hiroya SANO
    Chairman, Japan Fisheries Association
  • No.11 January 20, 2001
  • The Mechanism of Eutrophication in the Coastal Sea
    Tetsuo YANAGI
    Professor, Dynamics Simulation Research CenterResearch Institute for Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University
  • The Third Coastal Zone Crisis and the Future of Our Coastal Zones
    Asami SHIKIDA
    Associate Professor, Division of Environmental EngineeringKanazawa Institute of Technology
  • Teaching Our Children the Importance of the Oceans - The possibilities that can be taught from "PET bottle" submarines -
    Rikako NAKANISHI
    Manager, Trade Fair Promotion DivisionKobe Convention & Visitors Association
  • No.10 January 5, 2001
  • Japan's Seas and the Revival of Okinawa
    Yoshiyuki UEHARA
    Deputy Director General, Department of Planning and Development, Okinawa Prefecture Government
  • Can't Ship Carpentry be Inherited Anymore?
    Yoshikata ISHIHARA
    Director, Sea-Folk Museum
  • Messages for the New Millennium from Overseas Research Institutes
    Andrew. R. Solow
    Woodshole Oceanographic Institute Ocean Policy Center.
    Yvees Henoque
    Project Leader, Ifremer Ocean Research Institute.
  • No.9 December 20, 2000
  • Coastline Preservation and Sand Management
    Masahiko ISOBE
    Professor, The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Frontier Sciences Institute of Environmental Studies
  • The Southern Blue Fin Tuna Hot Debate Continues
    Takeaki HORI
    Visiting Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
  • Inland Sea Fishing and the Design of Systems to Manage Common Entry
    Shigeki TAKAYA
    KOBE University, Graduate School of Law, Fisheries Coordinate office Fisheries Agency Government of Japan
  • No.8 December 5, 2000
  • Planes are for People, Commodities and Spirit Go By Ship - It is Time for Us to Have Government Supported Ships -
    Masayuki FUKUOKA
    Professor, Faculty of Law, Hakuoh University
  • Compensation for Fishing Rights Expiry and Its Divergence from Reality
    Shin KISUGI
    Professor, International Graduate School of Social Sciences Yokohama National University
  • The Accountability of the Holders of Information Necessary to Study the Relationship Between the Oceans, Fish and Mankind
    Koichi ISHIZUKA
    Fisheries Agency, Resources and Environment Research Division
  • No.7 November 20, 2000
  • A Dialogue "Ryoma and Otohime" (The Samurai and The Sea Goddess)
    Toshitsugu SAKOU
    Professor, School of Marine Science and Technology Tokai University
  • Emerging New Philosophy on the International Law of the Sea
    Tsutomu FUSE
    Professor of International Law, Yokohama City University
  • Oceans and Ships Bringing Up Young People
    Yoshinori MIHARA
    Professor, Oshima National College of Maritime Technology
  • No.6 November 5, 2000
  • The Coral Crisis
    Hiroyuki ISHI
    Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Science, Dept. of Environmental Science The University of Tokyo
  • Why Are Our Picturesque Coastlines Disappearing? - The Prospects for Resolving Problems Occurring in Our Coastal Zones -
    Takaaki UDA
    Public Works Research Institute, Ministry Construction
  • Initiatives for the Oceanic Trilemma - The Clue to Merging Ocean Governance and Security Issues -
    Kazumine AKIMOTO
    Rear Admiral, JMSDF Retired Representative The Akimoto Institute
  • No.5 October 20, 2000
  • Global Warming and the Circulation in the Sea of Japan
    Jong-Hwan YOON
    Professor, Dynamics Simulation Research Center Research Institute for Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University
    Selected Papers No.1
  • Why The Whaling Issues So Important Now
    Fisheries Agency, Far Seas Fisheries Division
    Selected Papers No.1
  • The Focus Desired in the Fishing Industry of the Future
    Keiji WASHIO
    Advisor, Hayashizaki Fisheries Cooperative Association
  • No.4 October 5, 2000
  • An Integrated Response to Ocean Issues
    Professor, Dean, Faculty of Law, Keio University
  • Looking Toward a National Consensus on the Utilization of Coastal Resources - A Proposal for Integrated Coastal Zone Management -
    Norihisa YOKOUCHI
    Professor, College of Science & Technology, Department of Oceanic Architecture & Engineering Nihon University
  • The Increased Promotion of Our Remote Islands that are the Source of Our 200 Nautical Mile Waters
    Shoichi MIYAZAWA
    Mayor of Ogasawara Islands (governed by the Tokyo Municipal Government)
  • No.3 September 20, 2000
  • Expectations towards the Formulation of a Ocean Grand Plan including an EEZ Vision
    Hisaaki MAEDA
    Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
  • The State of "Indivisuality" Research to Protect the Coastal Environment
    Satoko SEINO
    Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
  • "Your Town's Trash is Contaminating the Ocean" - We need white papers on ocean trash -
    Azusa KOJIMA
    Japan Environmental Action Network
  • No.2 September 5, 2003
  • The changing colors of the Pacific Ocean
    Shuuhei KONNO
    Professor, Faculty of Economics, Osaka Sangyo University
    Selected Papers No.1
  • A Suggestion for the Transition to a Recycle - Based Society DEpendent on Deep - Sea Water Resources
    Masayuki TAKAHASHI
    Professor, Department of Systems Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
  • "Taking the People to the Oceans" - Realizing our country's first fully-fledged Maritime University -
    Toshio SHIGEKAWA
    Representative of the Ship Lovers Society, Kaiji Konwa Kai in Japan
  • No.1 August 20, 2000
  • An Opinion of the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations "The Grand Plan of Our Oceans for the 21st Century" - The formation of an ocean development network for our country's 200-mile zone -
    Hironobu HASHIGUCHI
    Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Managing Director, Senior General Manager of Technology Group Japan Federation of Economic Organizations, Marine Development Board, Integration Department Chairman
    Selected Papers No.1
  • The Promotion of an Environment that Builds an 'Ocean Sense'
    Takashi HAMADA
    Professor, The University of the Air Chairman, Japan Science Association
  • The Urgent Need for a Comprehensive Approach to Ocean Issues
    Hiroshi TERASHIMA
    Exective Director, The Nippon Foundation
  • No.0 July 20, 2000
  • Why Is an Ocean Policy Think Tank Required Now?
    Yohei Sasakawa
    President, The Nippon Foundation
  • To Everyone Involved with the Ocean from the Newsletter Editorial Committee
    Chief Editors:
    Shin Kisugi
    Professor, International Graduate School of Social Sciences, Yokohama National University
    Hiroyuki Nakahara
    Managing Director, Research Institute for Ocean Economics
  • Aiming at Man's Coexistence with the Ocean
    Yoshio Kon
    President, Ship & Ocean Foundation