Development of effective environmental management tools

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Abstract

Tokyo Bay, Ise Bay, and the Seto Inland Sea are the three largest enclosed coastal seas in Japan. A significant correlation between the incidence of red tides and water quality has been observed in the Seto Inland Sea (Honjo, 1991). However, while red tides also occur in Ise Bay and Tokyo Bay, similar correlations have not been observed. Hence, it is necessary to understand what factors cause red tides to effectively manage these semi-closed systems.Grant: Acknowledgments Funding was provided by the scientific research fund (special researcher grant to Chika Suzuki) and the "Women Researcher Promotion Program" research skill-up grant.

Original languageEnglish
Pages763-770
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2013
Externally publishedYes
Event10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference - Marmaris, Turkey
Duration: Oct 30 2013Nov 3 2013

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Other10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference
CountryTurkey
CityMarmaris
Period10/30/1311/3/13

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Suzuki, C. (2013). Development of effective environmental management tools. 763-770. Paper presented at 10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference, Marmaris, Turkey.

Development of effective environmental management tools. / Suzuki, Chika.

2013. 763-770 Paper presented at 10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference, Marmaris, Turkey.

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Suzuki, C 2013, 'Development of effective environmental management tools' Paper presented at 10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference, Marmaris, Turkey, 10/30/13 - 11/3/13, pp. 763-770.
Suzuki C. Development of effective environmental management tools. 2013. Paper presented at 10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference, Marmaris, Turkey.
Suzuki, Chika. / Development of effective environmental management tools. Paper presented at 10th Global Congress on ICM: Lessons Learned to Address New Challenges, EMECS 2013 - MEDCOAST 2013 Joint Conference, Marmaris, Turkey.8 p.
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