The response speed has been improved by the migration of the contracted Sakura's server to a new server. According to Sakura, it is up to five times faster.
Dr. Sasaki will deliver a keynote speech at 17th East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction (EASEC-17). The title is Towards a resilient and abundant urban bay under climate change through adaptation and mitigation measures linked with ecosystem services.
Since FY2022, we have participated in the Fisheries Agency's "Development of technologies to mitigate damage caused by imbalanced nutrients, red tides, and hypoxic water masses," as part of the Fisheries Environment Improvement Promotion Project. We collaborate with the Chiba Prefectural Fisheries Research Center and Fisheries Technology Institute, Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency, to examine nutrient management policies for Tokyo Bay.
The following paper by Dr. Kimhuy et al., a doctoral student in the Joint Education Program of AUN/SEED-Net, has been published in an international journal of Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. The paper discusses the mechanism of shoreline change over the past 70 years from the Chao Phraya River to the Bang Pakong River in the upper Gulf of Thailand, based on aerial photographs and other data. It is noteworthy that the installation of bamboo fences on the southeast coast of the Bang Pakong River, where natural mangroves extended due to the abundant sediment supply, may not contribute to the regeneration of mangroves because the bamboo fences interfere with alongshore […]
We are pleased to announce that the following research article by Chen Jundong, Ph.D. candidate in our laboratory, has been published in Remote Sensing. Congratulations to Chen! Chen, J. and Sasaki, J. Mapping of Subtidal and Intertidal Seagrass Meadows via Application of the Feature Pyramid Network to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Orthophotos. Remote Sensing, 13(23): 4880, 2021. DOI
We are pleased to announce that the following research article by Dr. Parastoo Salah, a former Ph.D. student and currently a visiting researcher in our laboratory, has been published in Pure and Applied Geophysics. Congratulations to Dr. Parastoo! Salah, P., Sasaki, J. and Soltapour, M. Comprehensive probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment in the Makran Subduction Zone. Pure Appl. Geophys., 2021. DOI
A manuscript submitted by Ms. Parastoo Salah (GPSS-GLI doctoral student) was accepted in Sustainability, MDPI. This paper identifies knowledge, awareness, and attitudes of local people toward tsunami in the context of coastal disaster mitigation in the southern coast of Iran. Congratulations, Parastoo! Salah, P. and Sasaki, J. Knowledge, awareness, and attitudes toward tsunamis: A local survey in the southern coast of Iran. Sustainability 13(2), 449, 2021. URL DOI
A manuscript submitted by Mr. Win Sithu Maung (former Master student) was accepted in Remote Sensing, MDPI. This paper describes development of an accurate extraction method of mangrove forests using satellite images and deep neural networks, which was applied to evaluate the natural recovery of mangroves in abandoned sites after illegal land use in a mangrove reserve in Myanmar. Congratulations, Win! Maung, W. S. and Sasaki, J.: Assessing the natural recovery of mangroves after human disturbance using neural network classification and Sentinel-2 imagery. Remote Sensing, 13(1), 52, 2021. DOI
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