Intra-University Cooperative Laboratories
Laboratory of Advanced Marine Bioscience
TSUDA Atsushi Prof. Ph.D.
Other Affiliations: Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo,Department of Marine Ecosystems Dynamics, Marine Planktology Section
Plankton, Bio-ocean, Biogeochemical cycle, Biodiversity
In my childhood, I’ve loved insect and fishing. I didn’t have a strong will to be a researchr, but I realized that I had been a researcher of plankton for over 30 years. The advantage of plankton research is simplicity in collection. ( phytoplankton can be collected bottle sampling of water, and zooplankton can be collected as towing a net) and there are few competitive researcher although over 2000 researchers are gather if you join an international symposium. Japan is surrounded by the characteristic seas, and I think it is a advantageous environment for studying plankton, from the coast to the open ocean, There are lots of research themes.
|2011||Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Professor|
|2003||Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Assistant Professor|
|1996||Hokkaido National Fisheries Research Institute, Chief of biological oceanography section|
|1988||Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Assistant professor|
|1987||PhD, Graduate School of Agriculture, University of Tokyo|