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No.15(March 20, 2001)
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No.14(March 5, 2001)
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  • 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)
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No.12(February 5, 2001)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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No.7(November 20, 2000)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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No.4(October 5, 2000)
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  • An Integrated Response to Ocean Issues Tadao KURIBAYASHI
    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)
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  • 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.1(August 20, 2000)
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No.0(July 20, 2000)
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