Life-history evolution, population ecology, fisheries statistics
Fish provide important services to humans. To ensure the sustainability of fish populations, we aim to develop basic concepts to understand changes in fish populations under disturbance. Our study species include common exploited cutlassfishes, small benthic reef fishes, and masu salmon in the subtropical Pacific.
- Effects of temperature and fishing on life histories and population dynamics for cutlassfish Trichiurus japonicus
- Effects of temperature on early growth rates based on tidepool reef fishes in the subtropical western Pacific
- The relationships between migratory life histories and population dynamics based on masu salmon Oncorhynchus masou
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