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Title :Excursion guide to the radiolarians of the East China Sea near Sesoko Island, Okinawa, Japan : An important research station for living radiolarian studies
Authors :Matsuoka, Atsushi
Suzuki, Noritoshi
Ito, Tsuyoshi
Kimoto, Katsunori
Tuji, Akihiro
Ichinohe, Ryo
Li, Xin
Publisher :新潟大学理学部
Issue Date :Oct-2017
Journal Title :Science reports of Niigata University. (Geology)
Volume :32(Supplement)
Start Page :103
End Page :123
ISSN :1349-1237
Description :InterRed XV in Niigata 2017 Niigata University (JAPAN) Oct/22-Oct/27, 2017
Abstract :The Okinawa Radiolarian Tour, an annual workshop on living radiolarians, has been held at the Sesoko Station, the Tropical Biosphere Research Center of the University of the Ryukyus in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, since 1997. More than 200 researchers and students have joined this tour to observe living radiolarians. The tours have provided valuable knowledge on living radiolarians, such as faunal characteristics, biological activities, skeletal growth, and molecular phylogeny. In this guide, brief histories of radiolarian biological research and the Okinawa Radiolarian Tour are given. Practical, latest information on oceanographic conditions, travel, safety, and handling and storage procedures for radiolarian studies will be given at the Sesoko Station.
Keywords :Okinawa Radiolarian Tour
living radiolaria
East China Sea
Kuroshio Current
Sesoko Station
faunal characteristics
biological activities
skeletal growth
molecular phylogeny
culture experiment
Type Local :紀要論文
Language :eng
Format :application/pdf
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10191/48676
fullTextURL :http://dspace.lib.niigata-u.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/10191/48676/1/32_Suppl._103-123.pdf
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