Researchers Database

MIYAKE, Yo

    Graduate School of Science and Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor
Last Updated :2021/03/05

Researcher Information

Degree

  • Doctor of Science(Kyoto University)

URL

Research funding number

  • 90345801

J-Global ID

Research Interests

  • Ecological Engineering   Conservation Ecology   Stream Ecology   

Research Areas

  • Life sciences / Ecology and environmental science
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Biological resource conservation
  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) / Civil engineering (environmental systems)
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Social-ecological systems / Ecological Engineering

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2020/12 - Today  Ehime University工学部附属環境・エネルギー工学センター准教授(兼任)
  • 2020/12 - Today  Ehime University工学部附属社会基盤iセンシングセンター准教授(兼任)
  • 2020/12 - Today  Ehime University社会連携推進機構・地域協働センター南予准教授(兼任)
  • 2013/10 - Today  Ehime UniversityGraduate School of Science and EngineeringAssociate Professor
  • 2006/04 - 2013/09  Ehime UniversityGraduate School of Science and EngineeringLecturer
  • 2004/04 - 2006/03  Ehime UniversityFaculty of EngineeringLecturer
  • 2002/06 - 2004/03  Gifu UniversityRiver Basin Research CenterAssistant Professor
  • 2002/04 - 2002/06  National Institute of Technology, Tomakomai CollegeDepartment of Civil EngineeringPart-time Lecturer

Education

  • 1999/04 - 2002/03  Kyoto University  Graduate School of Science  Division of Biological Sciences
  • 1997/04 - 1999/03  Hokkaido University  Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science  Division of Ecological Science
  • 1993/04 - 1997/03  Hokkaido University  Faculty of Agriculture  Department of Forest Science

Association Memberships

  • ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA   THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF LIMNOLOGY   JAPAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS   ECOLOGY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY   SOCIETY FOR FRESHWATER SCIENCE   ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   

Published Papers

  • 平地河川の底生動物に対する河床攪乱の評価:Pfankuch法の適用性の検討
    上田 航, 福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学 印刷中 2021 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Assessing invertebrate response to an extreme flood event at a regional scale utilizing past survey data
    Yo Miyake, Hiroto Makino, Kenta Fukusaki
    Limnology in press 2021 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Influence of benthic invertebrate abundance on the stock of Japanese eel in two coastal streams
    Yushi Kumagai, Wataru Ueda, Mikio Inoue, Yo MIYAKE
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 76 (6) II_115 - II_120 2020/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Magnitude and direction of stream-forest community interactions change with time scale
    Amy M. Marcarelli, Colden V. Baxter, Joseph R. Benjamin, Yo Miyake, Masashi Murakami, Kurt D. Fausch and Shigeru Nakano
    Ecology 101 (8) e03064  2020/08 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Amy M. Marcarelli, Colden V. Baxter, Joseph R. Benjamin, Yo Miyake, Masashi Murakami, Kurt D. Fausch, Shigeru Nakano
    The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 101 (3) e071715  0012-9623 2020/07 Scientific journal
  • Evaluating a pattern of ecological character displacement: charr jaw morphology and diet diverge in sympatry versus allopatry across catchments in Hokkaido, Japan
    Shigeru Nakano, Kurt D. Fausch, Itsuro Koizumi, Yoichiro Kanno, Yoshinori Taniguchi, Satoshi Kitano, Yo Miyake
    Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129 (2) 356 - 378 2020/02 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Response of invertebrate assemblages to flood disturbance in Japanese lowland streams
    Kenta Fukusaki, Fumitaka Mesaki, Yo Miyake
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 75 (6) II_143 - II_149 2019/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Responses of stream invertebrate and fish assemblages to an extreme flood event in the Shigenobu River, southwestern Japan
    Kosuke Sumida, Yo Miyake, Yuya Watanabe, Mikio Inoue
    Ecology and Civil Engineering 22 (1) 35 - 49 2019/07 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Joeselle M. Serrana, Yo Miyake, Maribet Gamboa, Kozo Watanabe
    Ecological Indicators 101 963 - 972 1470-160X 2019/06 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    © 2019 Elsevier Ltd Conventional morphology-based identification is commonly used for routine assessment of freshwater ecosystems. However, cost and time efficient techniques such as high-throughput sequencing (HTS) based approaches may resolve the constraints encountered in conducting morphology-based surveys. Here, we characterized stream macroinvertebrate species diversity and community composition via metabarcoding and morphological analysis from environmental samples collected from the Shigenobu River Basin in Ehime Prefecture, Japan. We compared diversity metrics and assessed both approaches’ ability to evaluate the relationship between macroinvertebrate community and environmental variables. In total, we morphologically identified 45 taxa (3 families, six subfamilies, 31 genera, and five species) from 8,276 collected individuals from ten study sites. We detected 44 species by metabarcoding, with 35 species collapsed into 11 groups matching the morphologically identified taxa. A significant positive correlation between logged depth (number of HTS reads) and abundance of morphological taxa was observed, which implied that quantitative data could be used for subsequent analyses. We recovered a considerably high rate of relative abundance detection of the morphologically identified samples. Recovery of samples by incidence or presence/absence count were considerably low, with a high rate of false-negative detection specifically for species with scarce representation in the community sample. Given the low taxonomic resolution of the morphological assignment in this study, we report that metabarcoding does not reflect the majority of the species naturally occurring in our site, which could further be proven by performing refined morphological assessment of the samples. However, abundance-based detection proved to be efficient with 92% of the individuals correctly demonstrated. We conclude that DNA metabarcoding provides a practical and cost-effective approach especially for rapid biological monitoring of freshwater macroinvertebrate communities, but further improvements in the detection of scarce samples should be considered to increase the sensitivity of detecting most, if not all, of the species present in the environment.
  • Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones
    Scott Tiegs e, l, ncl, Yo Miyake, o, authors
    Science Advances 5 eaav0486  2019/01 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Characteristics and determinants of flow regimes across Japanese rivers
    Yuya Watanabe, Kento Yoshimura, Takumi Akasaka, Terutaka Mori, Yo Miyake
    Ecology and Civil Engineering 21 (2) 75 - 92 2019/01 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Ryota Kawanishi, Ryota Dohi, Asuka Fujii, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH 64 (4) 433 - 443 1341-8998 2017/11 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Vertical hydrological connectivity between the surface stream and benthic and hyporheic zones plays a key ecological role in the biodiversity of lotic ecosystems because it allows surface and benthic organisms to use the hyporheic zone as a seasonal habitat and refuge. Use of the hyporheic zone by surface/benthic organisms has been well studied in invertebrates, but little is known about the importance of this connectivity for fishes. We investigated streambed surface and hyporheic densities (5-10, 15-20 and 20-25 cm below the streambed surface) of a stream fish, Cobitis shikokuensis, over a 20-month period in the Shigenobu River, southwestern Japan, to test the hypothesis that it uses the hyporheic zone for spawning and overwintering. In total, 1,804 individuals (13-58 mm total length) were captured from 33 streambed surface samplings and 102 individuals (10-46 mm total length) were present in 1,147 samples of 57 hyporheic samplings. Population densities in both zones peaked in late summer-early autumn due to the recruitment of age 0+ fish and a female with eggs was found in the hyporheic zone during the reproductive season. Both 0+ and older fish were absent from the streambed surface during winter, and fish densities were also lower in the hyporheic zone at this time. However, the vertical distribution of the fish tended to be skewed towards the deeper hyporheic layers from autumn to spring. These findings indicate that C. shikokuensis vertically migrates between the streambed surface and the hyporheic zone for spawning, rearing and overwintering, suggesting that the integrity of vertical hydrological connectivity in lotic systems is crucial for certain fish species.
  • Evaluation of water amenity in urban streams focusing on attractive species to children
    Fumitaka Mesaki, Yo Miyake, Teppei Izumi
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 73 (6) II_69 - II_75 2017/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Multispecies assessment of genetic differentation of aquatic insects in inttermittent river revealed by next-generation sequencing
    Sakiko Yaegashi, Kosuke Izumi, Yo Miyake, Kozo Watanabe
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 72 (7) III_489 - III_496 2016/12 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Toward the usage of the data of National Census on River Environments for conservation: issues and a case study
    Masanao Sueyoshi, Takumi Akasaka, Terutaka Mori, Nobuo Ishiyama, Tomoaki Kawamoto, Yuuya Takegawa, Mikio Inoue, Hiromune Mitsuhashi, Yoichi Kawaguchi, Norio Onikura, Yo Miyake, Izumi Katano, Futoshi Nakamura
    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology 21 (2) 167 - 180 2016/11 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal
  • Sakiko Yaegashi, Kumiko Yamazaki, Naoto Fuwa, Yo Miyake, Kozo Watanabe
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 71 (7) III_115 - III_121 2015/06 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    We investigated gene flow of 15 aquatic insects (3 of Ephemeroptera species; 12 of Diptera, Chirono-midae species) in Shigenobu River (Ehime, Japan). We collected aquatic insects from 10 sites and ex-tracted DNA from mixed samples. Each mixed DNA extracts were genotyped using Cytochrome Oxidase subunit I region in mitochondrial DNA by COI primer with DNA tag indicating each sampling site. Comparison of pairwise Fsts between flagmented sited and between non-flagmented sited showed that most spesies were not interrupted by intermittent interval other than Baetis sp. MK-2015d and Chironomus kiiensis. Although Chironomidae was predicted separated genetic structure and low gene flow because of their wing and body size, average pairwise Fst supported stronger dispersal than Ephemeroptera. Chironomidae might dispersal by wind passively and could use habitat outside of river such as rice field. One limitation of this study was power of DNA barcording to identify species name. The current DNA database have less information about Japanese aquatic insects. Study species could be expanding by DNA information in the database increased.
  • Kumiko Yamasaki, Naoto Fuwa, Yo Miyake, Kozo Watanabe
    Proceedings of 42nd Annual Meeting of Environmental System Research 159 - 164 1345-9589 2014/10
  • Kumiko Yamasaki, Yo Miyake, Shintaro Imada
    Proceedings of 41st Annual Meeting of Environmental System Research 329 - 336 1345-9589 2013/10
  • Shintaro Imada, Syohei Moriguchi, Yo Miyake, Mikio Inoue
    Proceedings of 41st Annual Meeting of Environmental System Research 329 - 336 1345-9589 2013/10
  • R. Kawanishi, M. Inoue, R. Dohi, A. Fujii, Y. Miyake
    AQUATIC SCIENCES 75 (3) 425 - 431 1015-1621 2013/07 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    In lotic systems, the hyporheic zone has been suggested as a potential refuge for aquatic organisms during disturbances (hyporheic refuge hypothesis). However, the supporting evidence is unclear, especially regarding the survival of hyporheic refugees and their contribution to the recovery of post-disturbance populations. Moreover, few studies have focused on the importance of the hyporheic refuge for aquatic vertebrates such as fish. In this study, we present evidence that the hyporheic zone acts as a refuge for a small benthic fish (Cobitis shikokuensis) following surface drying in an intermittent river. We examined its survival during and recolonization after dry periods by direct hyporheic sampling and mark-and-recapture surveys. When the streambed dried, hyporheic sampling was conducted 58 times across 33 locations in the intermittent reach and 31 individuals of C. shikokuensis were captured from extracted hyporheic water. Mark-and-recapture surveys revealed that recolonizers after re-wetting included C. shikokuensis individuals that had survived dry periods in the hyporheic refuge. The condition factor of C. shikokuensis significantly declined after dry periods, suggesting that most recolonizers suffered from physiological stress, probably within the hyporheic refuge. These results clearly support the long-debated, hyporheic refuge hypothesis, and provide a striking example of the critical role of the hyporheic zone in population maintenance of lotic organisms.
  • Yo Miyake, Keiji Ogiwara, Koji Kanazawa
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 69 (2) 74 - 83 2185-6648 2013/06 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    A variety of human activities were reported to affect stream ecosystems as multiple stressors. However, few studies have simultaneously evaluated the impacts of anthropogenic factors on stream invertebrates in mountain streams. This study aimed to elucidate the impacts of catchment land use and riparian forest logging on invertebrate scrapers, via altering nutrient concentrations and light condition, in Japanese mountain streams. Field survey was conducted in stream reaches with and without riparian forests in two mountain streams in Ehime Prefecture, of which catchments have different intensities of human land use.<br> Inflow of domestic and agricultural wastewater was found to increase nutrient concentrations (NO<sub>3</sub>-N and PO<sub>4</sub>-P) in the stream with human land use. Canopy opening was higher in stream reaches without riparian forest than with, owing to the loss of the shading by forest logging. Total density, biomass and taxon richness of scrapers were higher in the stream reaches without riparian forest than with. Decreased canopy shading and associating high productivity of periphyton was suggested to cause these increase. In contrast, the effect of catchment land use via nutrient concentration did not prevail in this study. These results supported the hypothesis that the light condition is a primary limiting factor of in-stream primary productivity in heavily shaded mountain streams. There were not significant difference in periphyton biomass between streams and present/absent of riparian forests, probably caused by strong grazing pressure by abundant scrapers in the stream reaches without riparian forest. We suggest that our multi-factor approach can contribute to gain insight into the impacts of various human activities on stream ecosystems.
  • Mikio Inoue, Sei-ichi Shinotou, Yusuke Maruo, Yo Miyake
    LIMNOLOGY 13 (2) 207 - 219 1439-8621 2012/08 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    In headwater streams, conifer plantation forestry may affect stream communities through the quantity and quality of basal resources (allochthonous litter). We compared (1) the seasonal patterns of litter input from the riparian canopy, (2) those for the abundance of benthic and drifting litter in streams, and (3) the density of litter-associated invertebrates among streams bordered by deciduous broadleaved forest, a plantation of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica), and a clear-cut site, to extract the characteristics of conifer-plantation streams in terms of litter dynamics and benthic invertebrates. The results illustrate differences in litter input and in-stream processes between the broadleaved and plantation sites, although the total annual inputs from canopy were similar. In the broadleaved site, high litter storage was limited to winter, probably because pulsed inputs of litter in autumn were retained on the streambed but rapidly processed. In contrast, litter input was more constant at the plantation site, and litter was stored throughout the year. Although the litter-patch-specific density of total invertebrates was similar between the broadleaved and plantation sites, estimates of the reach-scale, habitat-weighted density considering differences in the coverage area of litter patches revealed considerable differences. Although the habitat-weighted density of total invertebrates was lower at the plantation site than at the broadleaved site in winter, it was noticeably higher at the plantation site in summer, owing to the seasonal stability of benthic litter abundance. Our results emphasized the importance of considering the spatiotemporal availability of benthic litter when assessing the effects of conifer plantations on stream ecosystems.
  • Yo Miyake, Tsuyoshi Akiyama
    JOURNAL OF HYDRO-ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH 6 (2) 137 - 144 1570-6443 2012/05 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Our objective was to evaluate the effects of darn construction on the substrate and stream invertebrate assemblages below dams. Few studies have directly measured both substrate characteristics and stream invertebrate assemblages in stream reaches above and below dams. We measured a range of habitat characteristics and collected samples of stream invertebrates in the reaches above and below a series of water storage dams in three river systems. The invertebrate assemblages in the reaches downstream of the storage darns were significantly different from those in the upstream reaches. The downstream sites were grouped in the domain in which the values for the second axis of the non-metric multidimensional settling (NMS) were high. This difference was associated with changes in the characteristics of the substrate below the dams. Stone embeddedness and the frequency of stone movement were higher in the upstream reaches than in the downstream reaches (two-way ANOVAs). Stone embeddedness and stone movement were also negatively correlated with the NMS axis 2. Our results suggest that the condition of the substrate is an important determinant of the invertebrate assemblages up and downstream of dams. Given this, we believe that it is important to measure substrate characteristics when evaluating the effect of storage dams on stream ecosystems. (C) 2012 International Association for Hydro-environment Engineering and Research, Asia Pacific Division. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
  • Reiya Shiomi, Yo Miyake, Ryuji Ueda, Mikio Inoue
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering) 68 (4) I_697 - I_702 2185-467X 2012/02 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    We conducted a field survey in 8 tributaries of the Shigenobu River to elucidate the influence of catchment land use on fish and invertebrate assemblages and feeding habit of fish. Fish and invertebrate assemblages were dominated by high-temperature and pollution tolerant taxa in agricultural streams. Dominant omnivorous fish, <i>Phoxinus oxycephalus jouyi</i>, selectively fed on periphyton in agricultural streams while it utilized various food items in forest streams. We concluded that changes in water temperature and nutrient concentration would generate synchronous changes in community structures of fish and invertebrates and, moreover, fish feeding, along the forest-agricultural gradient.
  • Ryuji Ueda, Syugo Kikuchi, Yo Miyake, Tatsuya Sugihara, Mikio Inoue
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering) 68 (4) I_691 - I_696 2185-467X 2012/02 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    The construction of erosion control dams and the alteration of riparian forest are known to have strong influences on the density of salmonid fish that dominate in mountain streams. Our objective was to elucidate the indirect effect of the dam construction and riparian alteration on stream invertebrates through the alteration of salmonid fish (<i>Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae</i>) density. The densities of two dominant invertebrate species, Baetis <i>yoshinensis</i> and Baetis <i>thermicus</i>, were low at study sites with high O. <i>masou</i> density. In conclusion, our study suggested that human activities indirectly affect stream invertebrates via changing fish abundance in mountain streams.
  • Tamihisa Ohta, Yo Miyake, Tsutom Hiura
    FRESHWATER BIOLOGY 56 (11) 2260 - 2271 0046-5070 2011/11 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    1. The light : nutrient hypothesis (LNH) proposes that herbivore growth rates are maximised at intermediate light-to-nutrient ratios. A reduction to light intensity (i.e. decreased light-to-nutrient ratio) should lead to reduced food availability for herbivores while excessive light intensity in oligotrophic environments (i.e. increased light-to-nutrient ratios) should increase the C : N and C : P ratios of producers. However, this hypothesis has not yet been supported by studies on stream ecosystems. 2. We tested the LNH by experimental application of controlled natural gradients in light intensity to oligotrophic laboratory channels that included periphyton and the freshwater snail Gyraulus chinensis. 3. The results in this oligotrophic environment indicate that light regulated the flow of matter between trophic levels and grazer reproduction by controlling C : P ratios of the producers.
  • Naoya Yamane, Toru Sakai, Yo Miyake
    Journal of Japan Society of Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 67 (6) II_29 - II_36 2185-6648 2011/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    This study aimed to demonstrate recent invasion status and low-flow resistance of two exotic invertebrates, Pyasa acuta and Crangonyx floridanus, in Shigenobu River, Ehime, Japan. Six years of longitudinal survey revealed that density of these two invasive species were high in the middle and lower segments of the mainstem, in which stream habitats were degraded. Furthermore, the distribution of Crangonyx floridanus appeared to expand toward upstream along the river. A short-term survey during a descending flow showed that Crangonyx floridanus decreased along with other major invertebrate taxa. In contrast, relative abundance of Pyasa acuta increased as flow decreased, indicating that this invasive species has relatively high resistance to low flow. Thus, low flow was suggested to facilitate the invasion of Pyasa acuta.
  • Ryota Kawanishi, Mikio Inoue, Motohiro Takagi, Yo Miyake, Takaaki Shimizu
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH 58 (3) 202 - 208 1341-8998 2011/07 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    We examined habitat factors related to the distribution and abundance of the spinous loach Cobitis shikokuensis, an endangered benthic fish, in the Shigenobu River system, southwestern Japan. In the study river, the spinous loach was distributed widely along the main stem, from headwater to near the mouth, whereas it was rarely found in tributary streams. Classification tree analysis showed that the presence/absence of spinous loach was explained by a combination of percent pebble and length of river fragment between artificial barriers. Spinous loach incidence was high in sites with abundant pebble (> 27.7%), but low in sites with short river fragment (a parts per thousand currency sign0.97 km) even if pebbles were abundant. A regression tree model for loach density retained only percent pebble as a single best predictor, with sites with higher percent pebble (> 40.4%) having higher density. These results suggest that substrate condition is an important factor determining the distribution and abundance of spinous loach and also that habitat fragmentation by artificial barriers has great potential to threaten the spinous loach population in this river. Considering the highly fragmented situation of the study river and prevention of upstream migration by barriers, we conclude that maintenance of suitable habitats in upper reaches has high priority for conservation of the spinous loach.
  • Tatsuya Sugihara, Yo Miyake
    Ecology and Civil Engineering 13 (2) 113 - 122 1344-3755 2011/01 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Many studies have shown that the riparian forest suppresses the light intensity, primary productivity and the abundance of stream invertebrates by canopy shading in headwater streams. However, most studies were conducted at the stream-reach scale, whereas the light intensity seems to vary at smaller scales. We conducted a field survey to reveal the spatial pattern in the light intensity at consecutive riffles and the response of stream scraper assemblages to the light gradient, in a Japanese headwater stream. Canopy opening varied considerably (4-38%) throughout the study segment. Some survey points located in stream reaches without riparian forest showed greater degree of canopy opening. Difference in the abundance and species composition of canopy trees and understories may be responsible for generating the variation in the canopy opening. Analyses using a generalized linear model revealed that canopy opening significantly and predominantly explained the variance in density, biomass and taxon richness of stream scrapers. These invertebrate parameters were high at survey points with greater degree of canopy opening. The density and the biomass of many dominant scraper species also increased with canopy opening. These results imply that the quantity and the diversity of scrapers responded to the light gradient at the spatial scale smaller than the stream-reach. We suggest that the variation in the light intensity at a small spatial scale, which might have been even treated as an error, is an important determinant of the spatial distribution of stream scraper assemblages in headwater streams.
  • Impacts of water storage dams on substrate condition and stream invertebrate assemblages
    Yo Miyake, Tsuyoshi Akiyama
    Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics 2010 1835 - 1842 2010/09 [Peer-reviewed]
     International conference proceedings
  • Influence of low flow on lotic community in as intermittent river
    Hiroshi Nakano, Shinji Fujii, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    Environmental System Research 37 29 - 38 2009/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Low flow is suggested to have strong influences on lotic organisms by contracting habitat area and by altering habitat quality. In this study, we compared temporal changes in fish, invertebrates and periphyton assemblages between an isolated pool within an intermittent reach and a perennial pool, in order to elucidate the influence of low flow on lotic community. Additionally, we investigated feeding habit of fish to reveal food web effects induced by low flow. We showed that distinctive community was established in the isolated pool compared with the perennial pool. Low flow particularly altered the density, biomass and feeding habits of fish, suggesting that the effect of low flow was strongest for the top consumer.
  • Yo Miyake, Hiroshi Nakano, Shogo Dohi, Yuji Minematsu
    Annual Journal of Engineering, Ehime Univeristy 8 77 - 83 1881-1582 2009/03
  • Hiroshi Nakano, Shogo Dohi, Yuji Minematsu, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    Environmental System Research 36 445 - 455 1345-9597 2008/10 Scientific journal 
    Flow fluctuation is an important factor determining the characteristic of the stream ecosystem. In this study, we investigated stream fish, invertebrates and their habitat characteristics before and after a spate, in order to reveal the dynamics of lotic animal community in intermittent reach. Fish and invertebrates were observed after rewetting by the spate in the intermittent reach, Fish community established within the intermittent reach were suggested to have colonized from the downstream perennial reach. However, both fish and invertebrates are finally killed by drying up with the decreasing flow in the intermittent reach. We concluded that flow fluctuation induced drastic temporal change in stream animal assemblages.
  • Hitoshi Miyasaka, Motomi Genkai-Kato, Yo Miyake, Daisuke Kishi, Izumi Katano, Hideyuki Doi, Shin-ya Ohba, Naotoshi Kuhara
    LIMNOLOGY 9 (1) 75 - 80 1439-8621 2008/04 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Relationships between weight (W; dry weight) and length (L; head capsule width, total body length (L; head carapace length) were examined in 31 Japanese freshwater macroinvertebrate taxa, using the form W = aL(b). The relationships were expressed as data of the lowest taxonomic level and data of higher taxonomic levels. The length-weight relationships obtained in this study were similar to those obtained in North America and Europe at the lowest taxonomic level, whereas they could be different from those obtained in North America and Europe at the higher taxonomic levels. We suggest that researchers should make their own regressions for a target taxon or use the regression for the same taxon as possible lower taxonomic level in the local area.
  • Shogo Dohi, Satoshi Mitani, Minematsu Yuji, Saori Kimura, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    Annual Journal of Engineering, Ehime Univeristy 7 133 - 145 1881-1582 2008/03
  • OHTSUKA Taisuke, NAKAMURA Yusuke, NAKANO Shin-ichi, MIYAKE Yo
    Diatom 日本珪藻学会 23 29 - 48 0911-9310 2007/12 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Diatoms from Ishite Stream near the Komenono Forest Research Center of Ehime University in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan, were studied. Samples were collected from the surface of pebbles and a cobble on 14 November 2003 and 22 November 2005. Based on light microscopy of cleaned diatom frustules, we identified a total of 99 diatom taxa belonging to 39 genera. A checklist including nine unidentified taxa is provided herein, along with light micrographs. Achnanthes minutissima var. robusta Hust. is raised to species level with its transfer to the genus Achnanthidium, i. e., as Achnanthidium robustum (Hust. ) Ohtsuka comb. nov. et stat. nov. Synedra ramesi Hérib. is transferred to a morphologically more suitable genus, as Ulnaria ramesi (Hérib. ) Ohtsuka comb. nov. Many taxa that have never or rarely been reported from Japanese rivers are noted here. A review of light micrographs in past literature, however, reveals that most of these taxa have in fact been known to occur in Japanese rivers, but have been either unidentified or identified as other taxa heretofore.
  • Shogo Dohi, Yuji Minematsu, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    Environmental System Research 34 57 - 66 1345-9597 2006/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Fragmentation of lotic habitat by a drought is assumed to intercept the longitudinal movement of organisms and alter the community structure of them. In this study, we compared the community structure of freshwater animals between upstream and downstream of intermittent reach caused by human activities, in order to reveal the impacts of drought on spatial distribution of stream fish and invertebrates. Obvious influence of droughts was not observed for the community structure of fish and invertebrates. In contrast, spatial distribution of some dominant invertebrate taxa was seemed to be altered by droughts. However, there remains a possibility that strong effects of physicochemical habitat condition on invertebrates were more important than influence of a drought.Fragmentation of lotic habitat by a drought is assumed to intercept the longitudinal movement of organisms and alter the community structure of them. In this study, we compared the community structure of freshwater animals between upstream and downstream of intermittent reach caused by human activities, in order to reveal the impacts of drought on spatial distribution of stream fish and invertebrates. Obvious influence of droughts was not observed for the community structure of fish and invertebrates. In contrast, spatial distribution of some dominant invertebrate taxa was seemed to be altered by droughts. However, there remains a possibility that strong effects of physicochemical habitat condition on invertebrates were more important than influence of a drought.
  • Yuji Minematsu, Shogo Dohi, Yo Miyake
    Environmental System Research 34 57 - 66 1345-9597 2006/10 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Droughts often intercept the longitudinal continuity of lotic habitat and are suggested to affect the stream and river ecosystems. In this study, we conducted a field survey on the stream environment and invertebrates in Shigenobu River, Ehime prefecture, in order to elucidate the impacts of human-induced droughts on the longitudinal distribution of stream invertebrates. Obvious influence of droughts on the stream invertebrates was not observed, while there was influence of droughts on the water quality at the downstream stretch. In contrast, water quality had a strong influence on the longitudinal distribution of invertebrates. These results imply that a drought affects stream invertebrates via altering water quality at the downstream.
  • Tomonori Watanabe, Daizaburo Hosoda, Yo Miyake
    Annual Journal of Engineering, Ehime Univeristy 5 163 - 172 1348-9895 2006/03 
    We conducted a field survey in Hida River basin in Gifu prefecture on September, 2004, to reveal the impacts of storage dams on stream invertebrate assemblage and the mediation of the impacts by the confluence of tributaries. Study sites were established in upstream and downstream reaches of 4 storage dams, in 4 tributaries that confluent downstream of each dam, and in downstream of each confluence. The water depth and the value of the DCA axis 1, which indicates community structure of stream invertebrates, were lower, and the standing crop of particulate organic matter was higher in the downstream of the dams. However, these values in the downstream of confluence were similar to those in upstream of dams and in tributaries, implying that the impacts of storage dams were mitigated by the confluence of tributaries. We suggest that the confluence of tributary in downstream of dam mitigates the changes in the flow regime and the deposition of the organic matter caused by storage dams.
  • Koji Kanazawa, Yo Miyake
    Ecology and Civil Engineering 9 (2) 141 - 150 1882-5974 2006 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Concrete revetment is widely applied in flood control to protect stream banks from a scouring. However, the utilization of concrete substrates by stream invertebrates is largely unknown to the present. In this study, we conducted a field survey on the physical habitat environment and community structure of stream invertebrates on concrete, stone and bedrock substrates, in order to characterize concrete substrate relative to natural substrates. Current velocity was lower on stone substrate than on concrete or bedrock, probably because of high roughness of stone substrate. Density of stream invertebrates was the highest on concrete substrate, while the evenness, one element of diversity, was lower on concrete and bedrock than on stone. In addition, the ordination using non-metric multidimensional scaling (NMS) revealed that the community structure of stream invertebrates on concrete was different from that on stone and can be characteristics by high density of Baetiella japonica, with bedrock showing intermediate characteristics between concrete and stone. Thus, stream invertebrate assemblage established on concrete substrate appeared to be distinct from those of natural substrates, possibly owing to low habitat complexity. High density, low taxon richness and low evenness of stream invertebrates were observed at the habitat with high current velocity. The value of NMS axis 2, which positively and strongly correlated with the density of Baetiella japonica, increased as the current velocity increased. Distinctive community structure, characterized by high density and low evenness, observed on concrete substrate would thus be caused by high current velocity and habitat preference of Baetiella japonica. Consequently, we suggest that concrete revetment modifies the community structure of stream invertebrates by simplifying and altering physical habitat environment, at the habitat patch scale examined in this study. Our findings could contribute to better understanding of the influences of flood control structures on stream invertebrates and, furthermore, provide basic information needed to the stream management and restoration. © 2006, Ecology and Civil Engineering Society. All rights reserved.
  • Takamitsu Ando, Hiroyuki Imai, Seiko Mizuta, Hideyuki Doi, Yo Miyake, Shin-ichi Nakano
    Proceedings of the Second Japan-Korea Joint Symposium on Limnology 37 - 43 2005/09 [Peer-reviewed]
     International conference proceedings 
    We examined food selectivity on microalgae by aquatic insects in Hiji Steram, Ehime, whose main water source is a eutrophic reservoir, from July to August 2004. Abundance and composition of planktonic and epilithic algae, those of aquatic insects and their gut content were determined, followed by estimation of food selectivity using Chesson's alpha index. One of the dominant species in aquatic insects was the filter feeder <I> Cheumatopsyche </I> spp. (Hydropsychidae) during the study period. For phytoplankton, <I> Coelastrum </I> (Chlorophyceae) and <I> Microcystis </I> spp. (Cyanophyceae) were dominant throughout the study period and in August, respectively. Food selectivity of the insect on <I> Coelastrum </I> was negative, suggesting inedibility of <I> Coelastrum </I> for the insect. Positive food selectivity was detected for <I> Microcystis </I> in July, but, in August, the insect showed negative selectivity on <I> Microcystis </I>. In August, there were positive food selectivities on <I> Pediastrum </I> (Chlorophyceae) and <I> Synedra </I> (Bacillariophyceae), both of which were less dominant at the upper station. Thus, <I> Microcystis </I> is edible but not preferable prey for the insect. These results suggest that <I> Cheumatopsyche </I> spp. graze on <I> Microcystis </I> when there is no other edible prey available, and that the insect show selective grazing on some eukaryotic microalgae such as <I> Pediastrum </I> and <I> Synedra </I>.
  • Terutaka Mori, Yo Miyake, Ei'ichi Shibata
    Japanese Journal of Ecology 55 (2) 377 - 386 0021-5007 2005/08 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    岐阜県北部を流れる2つの小規模河川において、河畔林が現存する河川区間(現存区)と河畔林が伐採された河川区間(伐採区)との間で環境特性および底生動物の群集構造を比較した。相対光量子束密度および底生動物の生息密度は現存区よりも伐採区で高かった。刈取食者および捕食者に属する底生動物の生息密度は現存区より伐採区で高かった。光量の増加に伴う付着藻類の一次生産量の増加が、底生動物(特に刈取食者)の増加を引き起こしたものと考えられた。付着藻類量は伐採区よりも現存区で多かった。刈取食者の生息密度が増加するに伴い摂食圧が増大したために、付着藻類の現存量が減少したものと考えられた。河畔林の部分的な伐採により底生動物の群集構造が変化していた。伐採による群集構造の変化は、コカゲロウ属の生息密度の変化と強い関係があるものと考えられた。河畔林の部分的な伐採は、光環境の改変を介して、高次の栄養段階に属する底生動物の群集構造に影響を及ぼすことが明らかになった。
  • Y Miyake, T Hiura, S Nakano
    ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE 162 (4) 465 - 480 0003-9136 2005/04 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    We conducted a field experiment to reveal the effects of frequent streambed disturbance on the diversity of stream invertebrates in a local habitat patch in a Japanese stream. We used wire mesh baskets as experimental substrata and manipulated five levels of disturbance frequency (every 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 days) in order to describe the pattern of the diversity of the stream invertebrates under different disturbance frequency and to explore possible factors generating the pattern. The total abundance and taxon richness recovered during 8-day and 2-day periods between each experimental disturbance, respectively, indicating that the stream invertebrates were highly resilient to disturbance due to their high mobility. The evenness of the invertebrate community was high in streambed patches with frequent disturbance. Patterns of the absolute abundance among the different disturbance frequency treatments differed substantially among nine common taxa. The absolute abundance of the most common taxon, Chironominae, was low in streambed patches where the disturbance frequency was high and intermediate, suggesting their low colonizing ability owing to their low mobility, compared with other common taxa. These results suggested that the diversity, in terms of evenness, of stream invertebrates in a local habitat patch is maintained by frequent streambed disturbance when the most common taxon has low colonizing ability. Our study demonstrated that differences in colonizing ability, caused by different mobilities, among community members may have a prominent importance when investigating the relationships between disturbance frequency and the diversity of organisms that have high mobility and actively colonize an opened patch.
  • Y Miyake, T Hiura, N Kuhara, S Nakano
    ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH 18 (5) 493 - 501 0912-3814 2003/09 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    A field experiment was conducted using ceramic plates as experimental substrates to describe the colonizing pattern of a stream invertebrate community after disturbance, and to ascertain the importance of colonizing ability for succession in a Japanese stream. We employed the simultaneous removal design in which plates were periodically set in place (1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 days before sampling) and all plates were sampled on the last day of the experiment, to diminish the influence of seasonal change in stream invertebrates. Total abundance and taxon richness reached a plateau after 4-16 days of colonization. In contrast, the relative abundance of six common taxa and community structure changed throughout the 32 days of colonization. Differences in the colonizing ability of the stream invertebrates were evident. Taxa with high mobility, such as the mayflies Baetis thermicus, Paraleptophlebia japonica, Cinygmula sp. and Drunella sachalinensis, colonized faster than those with low mobility ( e. g. the caddisfly species Brachycentrus americanus and the chironomid midge Diamesinae spp.). The abundance of the most common taxon, Baetis, decreased at late stages of colonization, possibly because of low periphyton biomass. Consequently, we concluded that a difference in colonization ability among taxa is an important factor causing succession in stream invertebrate communities in local habitats.
  • Kentaro Nozaki, Hiromune Mitsuhashi, Daisuke Kishi, Yo Miyake, Yoichi Kawaguchi, Yoshinori Taniguchi
    Bulletin of the Shiretoko Museum 5 31 - 36 2002/03
  • Y Miyake, S Nakano
    FRESHWATER BIOLOGY 47 (2) 219 - 230 0046-5070 2002/02 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    1. The effects of substratum stability on the diversity of stream invertebrates were assessed at two spatial scales in a Japanese stream during baseflow, from May to June 1998. Deposition and erosion were examined separately as distinct elements of substratum stability by a newly developed method using small steel pins. Stream invertebrates were sampled after 28 days of measurement of substratum stability. We also measured physical environmental variables, current velocity and depth, and food resource parameters including periphyton and particulate organic matter (POM) standing crops. 2. At the scale of the habitat patch, the effects of substratum stability on invertebrates were overwhelmed by those of POM standing crop. Moreover, higher taxon richness at high abundance may simply result from a higher likelihood of more taxa being included in samples. Therefore, this small scale revealed no role for substratum stability in explaining spatial pattern of community diversity. 3. At the reach scale (n = 10), taxon richness and evenness peaked at an intermediate level of deposition, whereas invertebrate abundance did not show any significant relationship. This result, and the pattern of relative abundance of common taxa, implies that the diversity of stream invertebrates was determined by subtle substratum movements and by the habitat preference of each taxon. 4. The difference in the determinant of community parameters between the habitat patch and the reach affirm the importance of a cross-scale analysis to choose an appropriate spatial scale for investigating the community structure of stream invertebrates. Prominent effects of substratum stability, particularly the deposition of substratum particles, during baseflow suggest that subtle and constant movement of small substratum particles can contribute to determine the diversity of stream invertebrates.
  • H Shibata, H Mitsuhashi, Y Miyake, S Nakano
    HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES 15 (10) 1817 - 1828 0885-6087 2001/07 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    When evaluating forest functions and their responses to climate change, it is important to clarify carbon dynamics in forested basins. Carbon fluxes in litter fall, throughfall, soil solution, groundwater and stream water were determined from November 1997 to October 1998 for a forest stream ecosystem in a cool-temperate forested basin in the Tomakomai Experimental Forest, Hokkaido University, northern Japan. The annual carbon input to the stream by litter fall was 0(.)23 gC m(-2) year(-1), with the greatest flux in the autumn. Owing to biological decomposition of litter in the stream, the carbon concentration in stream particulate organic matter (>0(.)45 mum) decreased as particle size decreased. The upstream carbon flux was 1(.)9 gC m(-1) year(-1), and the annual carbon output in stream water was 7(.)6 gC m(-2) year(-1), mainly as dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC), resulting in net carbon output in stream water of 5(.)7 gC m(-2) year(-1). The mean dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentration in soil solution was higher than that in throughfall and stream water. The estimated annual carbon flux from soil in deep (about 1(.)5 m) soil solution was 4(.)4 gC m(-1) year(-1). About 40% of DOC in soil solution was decomposed and converted to DIC in groundwater. These results indicate that carbon dynamics in the forest stream were affected strongly by decomposition of organic matter in the soil-groundwater-stream continuum and by the hydraulic conditions, which are characterized by a large pool of groundwater and high soil permeability. Copyright (C) 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
  • Y Taniguchi, Y Miyake, T Saito, H Urabe, S Nakano
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH 47 (2) 149 - 156 1341-8998 2000/05 [Peer-reviewed]
     Scientific journal 
    Spawning redd superimposition of introduced spring-spawning rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, on native, fall-spawning Dolly Varden, Salvelinus malma, and white-spotted charr, S. leucomaenis, were examined in a small stream in Hokkaido, Japan. The stream reaches in which Dolly Varden and white-spotted charr redds were observed in fall 1997 greatly overlapped with the reaches in which rainbow trout redds were recorded in spring 1998. Spawning microhabitats were also similar between trout and the two charr species. Thirteen and 3% of Dolly Varden and white-spotted charr redds, respectively, were superimposed by rainbow trout redds. The eggs or alevins in the disturbed charr redds were potentially damaged because charrs were not likely to have emerged from the redds before the superimposition occurred. In sufficiently great abundance, introduced rainbow trout may negatively impact native charr populations by dislodging the latter's spawning redds.
  • Yoshinori Taniguchi, Daisuke Kishi, Yo Miyake, Yoichi Kawaguchi, Tomoya Iwata, Hiromune Mitsuhashi, Kantaro Nozaki, Masashi Murakami, Junko Nishikawa, Chika Kato, Shigeru Nakano
    Bulletin of the Shiretoko Museum 21 43 - 50 2000/03
  • Akihiko Naniwa, Yumiko Tanaka, Shigeru Nakano, Yo Miyake, Kayoko Motomori, Hideaki Shibata, Eishi Fujito, Hiromune Mitsuhashi
    Technical Report for Boreal Forest Conservation 17 36 - 40 1344-5855 1999/10

Books etc

  • Field and analytical methods in stream ecology
    Yo Miyake, Shigeya Nagayama (Contributor, 2.2攪乱を表す)
    講談社 2019/09 9784065169995 437 122-141
  • 河道内氾濫原の保全と再生
    三宅 洋, 根岸 淳二郎 (Contributor, 4.1諸外国における事例)
    技報堂出版 2019/09 9784765534758 193 113-128
  • 学部共通実験
    三宅 洋, 坪田 隆宏 (Contributor, 実験2 浮体による河川流速の計測)
    学術図書出版社 2019/07 9784780607666 41 pp. 15-17 
    愛媛大学工学部学部共通実験担当グループ 編
  • River Ecology
    Yo Miyake (Contributor, Importance of flow fluctuation and disturbance)
    Kodansha Scientific 2013/01 9784061552326 354 169-191
  • A handbook of aquatic insects
    MIYAKE Yo (Supervisor)
    Saijo Nature School 2011/03
  • Science of forests
    Yo Miyake (Contributor, Aquatic insects in forested streams)
    Asakura Publishing 2005/09 9784254470383 218 108-109
  • Ecology of streams and forests, The Collected Papers of Shigeru Nakano
    Yo Miyake (Contributor, Distribution of two congenetic charrs in streams of Hokkaido Island, Japan: considering multiple factors across scales, Chapter II)
    Hokkaido University Press 2003/01 9784832980211 380 23-47

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Land use impact on water quality and stream invertebrates in Indonesia
    Satrio Budi Prakoso, Yo Miyake, Wataru Ueda, Hatma Suryatmojo
    The 2020 web meeting of the Ecology and Civil Engineering Society  2020/12
  • 河川性底生動物量はウナギ生息量の制限要因か?  [Not invited]
    熊谷 悠志, 上田 航, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生
    応用生態工学会2020年度Web研究発表会  2020/12
  • 平地河川における出水攪乱が底生動物の群集動態に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    上田 航, 福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会2020年度Web研究発表会  2020/12
  • 河川性底生動物量がウナギ生息量に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    熊谷 悠志, 上田 航, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    第48回環境システム研究論文発表会  2020/10
  • 河川性底生動物量がウナギ生息量に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    熊谷 悠志, 上田 航, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生
    土木学会四国支部第26回技術研究発表会  2020/05
  • 上田 航, 福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第26回技術研究発表会  2020/05
  • 平地河川における出水攪乱に対する底生動物群集の反応  [Not invited]
    福﨑 健太, 目崎 文崇, 三宅 洋
    第47回環境システム研究発表会  2019/10  東京都北区(東洋大学赤羽台キャンパス)
  • Effect of sewerage development on the water quality and invertebrate assemblages in the Shigenobu River  [Not invited]
    Satorio Budi Prakoso, Yo Miyake
    The 23th meeting of the Ecology and Civil Engineering Society  2019/09
  • 都市河川において河岸植生が底生動物の出水攪乱への反応に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    福﨑 健太, 上田 航, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第23回広島大会  2019/09
  • 河床安定性の定性的評価による出水攪乱が平地河川の底生動物に及ぼす影響の解明  [Not invited]
    上田 航, 福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第23回広島大会  2019/09
  • 間欠流区間における底生動物・魚類の群集動態:水制の保全機能の検討  [Not invited]
    角田 康佑, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生
    応用生態工学会第23回広島大会  2019/09
  • 子供を河川に誘引する底生生物相の把握  [Not invited]
    小笠原 りさ, 目崎 文崇, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第23回広島大会  2019/09
  • 市民参加による「全国水生生物調査」データの川づくりへの利用可能性・活用方法の検討  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    令和元年度河川基金研究成果発表会  2019/08  東京  公益財団法人 河川財団
  • Global patterns of organic-matter decomposition in riverine ecosystems demonstrated through peer sourcing  [Not invited]
    Tiegs, S.D, D. Costello, M. Isken, G. Woodward, P.B, McIntyre, E. Chauvet, A. Flecker, M.O. Gessner, N. Griffiths, the CELLDEX Consortium
    The 11th Symposium for European Freshwater Science  2019/07
  • Effect of sewage development on the water quality and invertebrate assemblages in the Shigenobu River  [Not invited]
    Satrio Budi Prakoso, Yo Miyake
    The 25th Annual Meeting of the Shikoku branch of Japan Society of Civil Engineers  2019/06
  • 重信川本川および周辺水域における出水攪乱に対する底生動物の反応  [Not invited]
    角田 康佑, 大畑 沙紀, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第25回技術研究発表会  2019/06
  • 河床安定性の定性的評価による出水攪乱が平地河川の底生動物に及ぼす影響の解明  [Not invited]
    上田 航, 福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第25回技術研究発表会  2019/06
  • 平成30年7月豪雨に伴う大規模出水に対する河川性底生動物群集の反応  [Not invited]
    福﨑 健太, 牧野 洸和, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第25回技術研究発表会  2019/06
  • 子供を河川に誘引する生物相の把握  [Not invited]
    小笠原 りさ, 目崎 文崇, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第25回技術研究発表会  2019/06
  • A global study of nutrient controls on organic-matter processing  [Not invited]
    Costello, D, Mathie, D, S.D. Tiegs, the CELLDEX consortium
    Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science  2019/05
  • Responses of stream invertebrate and fish assemblages to an extreme flood event in a Japanese river  [Not invited]
    Kosuke Sumida, Yo Miyake, Yuya Watanabe, Mikio Inoue
    Society for Freshwaer Science 2019 Annual Meeting  2019/05
  • 子供を河川に誘引する生物相の把握  [Not invited]
    目崎 文崇, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第22回研究発表会  2018/09
  • 重信川で発生した記録的出水による魚類・底生動物群集の変動  [Not invited]
    角田 康祐, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 裕也, 井上 幹生
    応用生態工学会第22回研究発表会  2018/09
  • 出水攪乱による平地河川の底生動物群集の変動  [Not invited]
    福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋, 目崎 文崇
    応用生態工学会第22回研究発表会  2018/09
  • 日本国内河川の流量・攪乱レジーム特性  [Invited]
    三宅 洋
    水源地生態研究会・山地河道勉強会  2018/08
  • Dolly Varden jaw morphology diverges in sympatry with whitespotted charr versus allopatry in two Hokkaido catchments  [Not invited]
    Shigeru Nakano, Itsuro Koizumi, Kurt D. Fausch, Yoshinori Taniguchi, Satoshi Kitano, Yo Miyake
    9th International Charr Symposium  2018/06
  • Global patterns and controls of organic-matter decomposition in streams and riparian zones revealed through crowdsourcing  [Not invited]
    Scott Tiegs, David Costello, Mark Isken, Guy Woodward, Peter B. McIntyre, Eric Chauvet, Alexander Flecker, Mark Gessner, Natalie Griffiths, The CELLDEX Consortium
    Society for Freshwater Science 2018 Annual Meeting  2018/05
  • 重信川で発生した記録的出水による魚類・底生動物群集の変動  [Not invited]
    角田 康祐, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 裕也, 井上 幹生
    土木学会四国支部第24回技術研究発表会  2018/05
  • 出水攪乱による平地河川の底生動物群集の変動  [Not invited]
    福﨑 健太, 三宅 洋, 目﨑 文崇
    土木学会四国支部第24回技術研究発表会  2018/05
  • 市民参加型調査により得られた河川生物データの有用性の評価  [Not invited]
    目崎 文崇, 松田 桃子, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第24回技術研究発表会  2018/05
  • シンポジウム「河川景観ネットワークの時空間変化 -湧水と氾濫原の変化が生物群集に与える影響に注目して-」コメンテーター  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第65回日本生態学会大会  2018/03
  • 子供にとって魅力的な生物に着目した松山市における都市河川の親水性評価  [Not invited]
    目崎 文崇, 三宅 洋, 泉 哲平
    第45回環境システム研究発表会  2017/10
  • 子供にとって魅力的な生物に着目した 都市河川の親水性評価  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 目崎 文崇, 泉 哲平
    ELR2017  2017/09
  • 国内河川における攪乱レジームが底生動物の多様性に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    渡辺 裕也, 吉村 研人, 赤坂 卓美, 森 照貴, 三宅 洋
    ELR2017  2017/09
  • 研究集会「ダムによる流況の変化と分断化:生態系の再生を目指して」コメンテーター  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    ELR2017  2017/09
  • パネルディスカッション「水と大地が織りなす豊かな里山をどう守り、どう活用するか」コーディネーター  [Invited]
    三宅 洋
    第31回全国水環境保全市町村連絡協議会全国大会「名水サミットin西予」  2017/07  愛媛県立歴史文化博物館(西予市)  全国水環境保全市町村連絡協議会・西予市
  • 研究内容の紹介  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第1回田園ロマンの里づくり推進委員会  2017/06
  • Merging ecosystemand food-web understanding of the consequences of terrestrial subsidies in a forested stream  [Not invited]
    Amy Marcarelli, Colden Baxter, Joseph Benjamin, Yo Miyake, Kurt D. Fausch, Masashi Murakami, Shigeru Nakano
    Society for Freshwater Science 2017 Annual Meeting  2017/06
  • Global-scale patterns and drivers of organic-matter decomposition in streams and riparian zones  [Not invited]
    Scott Tiegs, David Costello, David Szlag, Diana Ethaiya, Mark Isken, Consortium CELLDEX
    Society for Freshwater Science 2017 Annual Meeting  2017/06
  • 子供にとって魅力的な生物に着目した都市河川の親水性評価  [Not invited]
    目崎 文崇, 三宅 洋, 泉 哲平
    土木学会四国支部第23回技術研究発表会  2017/05  愛媛大学  土木学会四国支部
  • 河川周辺の土地被覆が底生動物に及ぼす影響の解明  [Not invited]
    泉 哲平, 筒井 大貴, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第23回技術研究発表会  2017/05  愛媛大学  土木学会四国支部
  • ダム建設による国内河川の流量レジームの改変  [Not invited]
    渡辺 裕也, 椋田 勇希, 赤坂 卓美, 森 照貴, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第23回技術研究発表会  2017/05  愛媛大学  土木学会四国支部
  • Spatio-temporal change of eel habitat distribution in Japan -The linkages between forests, rivers,SATOYAMA and sea-  [Not invited]
    Satoshi Kameyama, Yoichi Kawaguchi, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake, Seiichi Nohara
    第64回日本生態学会大会  2017/03  早稲田大学  日本生態学会
  • 日本の河川に生息する魚類の分布と攪乱レジームとの関係性  [Not invited]
    川西 亮太, 吉村 研人, 渡辺 裕也, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生, 赤坂 卓美
    第64回日本生態学会大会  2017/03  早稲田大学  日本生態学会
  • LOVE RIVER -これからの重信川-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第20回重信川フォーラム  2017/02
  • 日本国内河川の流量・攪乱レジームと底生動物の反応  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 吉村 研人, 渡辺 裕也, 森 照貴, 赤坂 卓美
    日本陸水学会第81回大会  2016/11
  • Effects of flow regime on the distribution of exotic fishes in Japanese rivers  [Not invited]
    Ryota Kawanishi, Kento Yoshimura, Yuya Watanabe, Yo Miyake, Mikio Inoue, Takumi Akasaka
    第49会日本魚類学会年会  2016/09  岐阜大学  日本魚類学会
  • Eel river restoration project in Japan: the linkages between forests, rivers, SATOYAMA and sea  [Not invited]
    Satoshi Kameyama, Yoichi Kawaguchi, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake, Seiichi Nohara
    International Conference2016: Toward the Best Practice of River Restoration and Maintenance  2016/09
  • 国内河川における攪乱レジームと底生動物相の関係  [Not invited]
    渡辺 裕也, 吉村 研人, 赤坂 卓美, 森 照貴, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第20回大会  2016/09
  • 重信川水系における攪乱レジームと河川動物群集の関係  [Not invited]
    泉 哲平, 吉村 研人, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第20回大会  2016/09
  • 重信川水系における攪乱レジームと河川動物群集の関係  [Not invited]
    泉 哲平, 吉村 研人, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第22回技術研究発表会  2016/05
  • 国内河川における攪乱レジームと底生動物相の関係  [Not invited]
    渡辺 裕也, 吉村 研人, 赤坂 卓美, 森 照貴, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第22回技術研究発表会  2016/05
  • 河川性底生動物の干上がり避難場所の解明  [Not invited]
    森本 彩夏, 吉村 研人, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第22回技術研究発表会  2016/05
  • Flow regime and invertebrate community response across Japanese rivers  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Kento Yoshimura, Yuya Watanabe, Terutaka Mori, Takumi Akasaka
    Scoiety for Freshwater Science 2016 Annual Meeting  2016/05
  • 日本の河川における魚類群集と攪乱レジームとの関係性  [Not invited]
    川西 亮太, 吉村 研人, 渡辺 裕也, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生, 赤坂 卓美
    第63回日本生態学会大会  2016/03
  • 瀬切れ河川における水生昆虫の遺伝的多様性  [Not invited]
    八重樫 咲子, 戸髙 涼太郎, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    第50回日本水環境学会年会  2016/03
  • ダムおよび瀬切れによる河川分断化がエルモンヒラタカゲロウの地域間交流に及ぼす影響の遺伝的評価  [Not invited]
    八重樫 咲子, 不破 直人, 山崎 久美子, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    第52回環境工学研究フォーラム  2015/11
  • 長期流量データ解析による国内河川の攪乱レジームの評価  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第18回河川生態学術研究発表会  2015/11
  • 次世代シークエンシングとDNA種分類法を用いた河川底生動物群集の種多様性評価  [Not invited]
    泉昂佑, Maribet Gamboa, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    応用生態工学会第19回大会  2015/09
  • 長期流量データ解析による国内河川の攪乱レジームの評価  [Not invited]
    吉村 研人, 赤坂 卓美, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第19回大会  2015/09
  • 不安定な環境に生きる-河川生物と攪乱-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    平成27年度今西生物部夏講座「地域の自然と環境を考える」  2015/08
  • 攪乱レジームに基づく国内河川の分類  [Not invited]
    吉村 研人, 岡田 裕成, 赤坂 卓美, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第21回技術研究発表会  2015/05
  • 次世代DNAシークエンシングとDNA種分類法を用いた河川底生動物群集の種多様性評価  [Not invited]
    泉 昂佑, Maribet Gamboa, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    土木学会四国支部第21回技術研究発表会  2015/05
  • 日本全国の河川を対象とした流況-樹林化関係の解析  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 吉村 研人, 岡田 裕成, 赤坂 卓美
    第62回日本生態学会大会  2015/03
  • 河川分断化が底生動物3種の遺伝的分化へ及ぼす影響評価  [Not invited]
    山崎 久美子, 不破 直人, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    第42回環境システム研究論文発表会  2014/10
  • 河川生態系における攪乱研究の現状と課題  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第18回大会  2014/09
  • 河川分断化が底生動物3種の遺伝的分化へ及ぼす影響評価  [Not invited]
    山崎 久美子, 不破 直人, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    応用生態工学会第18回大会  2014/09
  • 大規模流量データ解析による河川攪乱レジーム特性の広域的把握  [Not invited]
    吉村 研人, 三宅 洋, 中西 哲
    応用生態工学会第18回大会  2014/09
  • 河道内氾濫原の保全・再生 -諸外国における事例-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第18回大会  2014/09
  • DNA-based assessment of species richness of stream macroinvertebrate community using next generation sequencing  [Not invited]
    Kozo Watanabe, Kohsuke Izumi, Yo Miyake, Maribet Gamboa
    The 2nd Symposium of Benthological Society of Asia  2014/06
  • 大規模流量データ解析による河川攪乱レジーム特性の広域的把握  [Not invited]
    吉村 研人, 三宅 洋, 中西 哲, 今田 慎太郎
    土木学会四国支部第20回技術研究発表会  2014/05
  • 河川分断化が底生動物3種の遺伝的分化へ及ぼす影響の評価  [Not invited]
    山崎 久美子, 不破 直人, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    土木学会四国支部第20回技術研究発表会  2014/05
  • 次世代DNAシークエンシングを用いた河川底生動物群集の種多様性評価技術の開発  [Not invited]
    泉 昂佑, Maribet Gamboa, 三宅 洋, 渡辺 幸三
    土木学会四国支部第20回技術研究発表会  2014/05
  • Channel incision mediates the effect of flood disturbance on fish and invertebrates  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Shintaro Imada, Mikio Inoue
    Joint Aquatic Science Meeting 2014  2014/05
  • なぜ生物多様性か? -保全理由と河川での研究方法-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    平成26年度今治西高等学校生物部春講座  2014/04
  • 河川生態系における保全重要地の検討  [Not invited]
    赤坂 卓美, 森 照貴, 竹川 有哉, 石山 信雄, 井上 幹生, 三橋 弘宗, 河口 洋一, 鬼倉 徳雄, 三宅 洋, 片野 泉, 一柳 英隆, 中村 太士
    第61回日本生態学会大会  2014/03
  • 長期流量データを用いた広域流況解析の重要性  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第16回河川生態学術研究発表会  2013/11
  • 愛媛県内河川の底生動物相と河川環境  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    平成25年度今治西高等学校生物部秋季自然科学講座  2013/11
  • 流量変動に伴う生息場所サイズの変動が河川性底生動物に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    山崎 久美子, 三宅 洋, 今田 慎太郎
    第41回環境システム研究論文発表会  2013/10
  • 河道掘削工事が河川性底生動物に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    今田 慎太郎, 守口 祥平, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生
    第41回環境システム研究論文発表会  2013/10
  • 河道内氾濫原の保全・再生 -諸外国における事例-  [Not invited]
    根岸 淳二郎, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第17回研究発表会  2013/09
  • 流量変動に伴う生息場所サイズの変動が河川性底生動物に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    山崎 久美子, 三宅 洋, 今田 慎太郎
    応用生態工学会第17回研究発表会  2013/09
  • 二極化発生区間および解消区間における魚類・底生動物群集の出水攪乱への反応  [Not invited]
    今田 慎太郎, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生
    応用生態工学会第17回研究発表会  2013/09
  • 今治市内河川の底生動物相 -なぜそこにその虫がいるのか?-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    平成25年度今治西高等学校生物部企画1「水環境と水生生物に関する春講座」  2013/05
  • 流量変動に伴う生息場所サイズの変動が河川性底生動物に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    山崎 久美子, 三宅 洋, 潮見 礼也, 今田 慎太郎
    土木学会四国支部第19回技術研究発表会  2013/05
  • 河道掘削工事が魚類・底生動物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    今田 慎太郎, 三宅 洋, 井上 幹生, 守口 祥平
    土木学会四国支部第19回技術研究発表会  2013/05
  • 水生動物を用いた”川の健康診断”:全国および地域スケールでの試み  [Not invited]
    赤坂 卓美, 森 照貴, 竹川 有哉, 石川 信雄, 井上 幹生, 三橋 弘宗, 河口 洋一, 鬼倉 徳雄, 三宅 洋, 片野 泉, 一柳 英隆, 中村 太士
    第60回日本生態学会大会  2013/03
  • 河道掘削工事が河川性動物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    今田 慎太郎, 三宅 洋, 守口 祥平, 井上 幹生
    第40回四国魚類研究会  2013/03
  • 森林河川から農地河川への傾度に沿った河川性動物の群集構造および魚類食性の変化  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 三宅 洋, 上田 竜士, 井上 幹生
    第40回四国魚類研究会  2013/03
  • 重信川における市民・大学・行政の連携による流域再生活動  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    平成24年度 国土交通省分野における生きものにぎわいづくり  2012/11
  • 不安定な環境に生きる:流況と河川生物の関係  [Invited]
    三宅 洋
    第1回 河川生態学セミナー:流量変動が河川生態系に及ぼす影響について  2012/10
  • 底生動物データを用いた愛媛県50河川の評価  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 三宅 洋
    ELR 2012  2012/09
  • 河床掘削工事が河川性動物群集に及ぼす影響の把握  [Not invited]
    今田 慎太郎, 三宅 洋, 潮見 礼也, 井上 幹生
    ELR 2012  2012/09
  • 河川生物に対する渓畔林の餌資源供給機能 -天然林と人工林とでの比較-  [Not invited]
    竹林 佑記, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    ELR 2012  2012/09
  • 愛媛県道後平野における外来底生動物フロリダマミズヨコエビの分布状況と決定要因  [Not invited]
    山根 直也, 三宅 洋
    ELR 2012  2012/09
  • Seasonal use of the hyporheic zone by spinous loach, Cobitis shikokuensis, in an intermittent river, southwestern Japan  [Not invited]
    Ryota Kawanishi, Ryota Dohi, Asuka Fujii, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    The 97th Annual Ecological Society of America Meeting  2012/08
  • Effects of light intensity and periphyton biomass on colonization pattern of stream invertebrates  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Tatsuya Sugihara
    2012 ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting  2012/07
  • 出水攪乱が底生動物に及ぼす影響の河川間比較  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 仁子 明英, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第18回技術研究発表会  2012/05
  • 間欠河川における底生動物の流程分布の長期的変動および指標種の抽出  [Not invited]
    山根 直也, 門田 浩太, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第18回技術研究発表会  2012/05
  • 河床掘削工事が河川性動物群集に及ぼす影響の把握  [Not invited]
    今田 慎太郎, 潮見 礼也, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第18回技術研究発表会  2012/05
  • 森林河川から農地河川への傾度に沿った河川性動物の群集構造および魚類食性の変化  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 三宅 洋, 上田 竜士, 井上 幹生
    第56回水工学講演会  2012/03
  • 山地河川における人間活動がアマゴの生息密度改変を介して底生動物に及ぼす間接的影響  [Not invited]
    上田 竜士, 菊地 修吾, 三宅 洋, 杉原 達也, 井上 幹生
    第56回水工学講演会  2012/03
  • 河川の流量減少が外来性底生動物の侵入過程に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    山根 直也, 酒井 亨, 三宅 洋
    第39回環境システム研究論文発表会  2011/10
  • 河川の流量減少は外来性底生動物の侵入を促進するか?  [Not invited]
    山根 直也, 酒井 亨, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第15回研究発表会  2011/09
  • 集水域特性が河川生物の群集構造および相互作用に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 三宅 洋, 上田 竜士, 井上 幹生
    応用生態工学会第15回研究発表会  2011/09
  • 河川の流量減少は外来性底生動物の侵入を促進するか?  [Not invited]
    山根 直也, 酒井 亨, 三宅 洋
    土木学会平成23年度全国大会第66回年次学術講演会  2011/09
  • 干上がり河川におけるベントスおよびハイポレオスの流程分布  [Not invited]
    酒井 亨, 林 悠允, 三宅 洋
    土木学会平成23年度全国大会第66回年次学術講演会  2011/09
  • 愛媛県50河川の調査による集水域特性が底生動物に及ぼす影響の解明  [Not invited]
    上田 竜士, 岩井 昇平, 三宅 洋
    土木学会平成23年度全国大会第66回年次学術講演会  2011/09
  • 集水域特性が河川生物の群集構造およびその相互作用に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 上田 竜士, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会平成23年度全国大会第66回年次学術講演会  2011/09
  • Effects of light intensity and periphyton biomass on colonization pattern of stream invertebrates  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Tatsuya Sugihara
    North American Benthological Society 2011 Annual Meeting  2011/05
  • 集水域特性が河川生物の群集構造およびその相互作用に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    潮見 礼也, 上田 竜士, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第17回技術研究発表会  2011/05
  • 干上がり河川におけるベントスおよびハイポレオスの流程分布  [Not invited]
    酒井 亨, 林 悠允, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第17回技術研究発表会  2011/05
  • 愛媛県50河川の調査による集水域特性が底生動物に及ぼす影響の解明  [Not invited]
    上田 竜士, 岩井 昇平, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第17回技術研究発表会  2011/05
  • 河川の流量減少は外来性底生動物の侵入を促進するか?  [Not invited]
    山根 直也, 酒井 亨, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第17回技術研究発表会  2011/05
  • 貧栄養塩河川において光がコントロールする付着藻類の栄養塩含有率がグレイザーの成長および再生産に与える影響  [Not invited]
    太田 民久, 三宅 洋, 日浦 勉
    第58回日本生態学会大会  2011/03
  • 重信川の地下にすむ生物 -瀬切れからどうやって逃げるか-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第14回重信川フォーラム  2011/02
  • 生態学の知識を河川管理に生かす  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    平成22年度四国多自然川づくり担当者会議  2010/10
  • 水生昆虫にとって洪水はないほうがいい? -実はそうでもないんです-  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第14回札幌自由集会  2010/09
  • 山地河川における人間活動が底生動物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    上田 竜士, 杉原 達也, 菊地 修吾, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第14回研究発表会  2010/09
  • 河床間隙水域は攪乱時の避難場所として無脊椎動物に利用されるか?  [Not invited]
    酒井 亨, 中野 裕, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第14回研究発表会  2010/09
  • 重信川における外来生物フロリダマミズヨコエビの分布域拡大状況および侵入条件  [Not invited]
    杉原 達也, 江頭 麻美, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第14回研究発表会  2010/09
  • Impacts of water storage dams on substrate condition and stream invertebrate assemblages  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Tsuyoshi Akiyama
    The 8th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics 2010  2010/09
  • Importance of hyporheic refugia during drying to persistence of a benthic fish population in an intermittent braided river, southwestern Japan  [Not invited]
    Ryota Kawanishi, Mikio Inoue, Yo Miyake
    Joint Meeting of ASLO & NABS 2010  2010/06
  • Responses of macroinvertebrates to flood and drying disturbances: A test of the hyporheic refuge hypothesis in a Japanese intermittent river  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Toru Sakai, Hiroshi Nakano, Mikio Inoue
    Joint Meeting of ASLO & NABS 2010  2010/06
  • 山地河川における人間活動が河川性底生動物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    上田 竜士, 菊地 修吾, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第16回技術研究発表会  2010/05
  • 河床間隙水域は攪乱時に無脊椎動物の避難場所として利用されるか?  [Not invited]
    酒井 亨, 中野 裕, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第16回技術研究発表会  2010/05
  • 重信川における外来生物フロリダマミズヨコエビの分布域拡大状況および侵入条件  [Not invited]
    杉原 達也, 江頭 麻美, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第16回技術研究発表会  2010/05
  • 表流水が枯渇する河川におけるヒナイシドジョウの個体群維持機構:避難場所としての河床間隙域の重要性  [Not invited]
    川西 亮太, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    第57回日本生態学会大会  2010/03
  • 変動する環境に生息する河川生物:洪水・干上がりの機能  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部技術講習会  2010/02
  • アメリカから重信川をみる  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第13回重信川フォーラム  2010/02
  • 重信川における河川生態系の現状と保全  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会松山 現地勉強会-重信川の自然再生-  2009/10
  • 瀬切れの進行が河川生物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    中野 裕, 藤井 信慈, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    第37回環境システム研究論文発表会  2009/10
  • 瀬切れの進行が河川生物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    中野 裕, 藤井 信慈, 井上 幹夫, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第13回研究発表会  2009/09
  • 表流水枯渇時における河床間隙域の魚類による利用-ヒナイシドジョウでの事例-  [Not invited]
    川西 亮太, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第13回研究発表会  2009/09
  • 光環境勾配に対する河川性底生動物群集の反応  [Not invited]
    杉原 達也, 中島 健吾, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第13回研究発表会  2009/09
  • 集水域特性が河川最下流部の底生動物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    中島 健吾, 二神 真介, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第13回研究発表会  2009/09
  • 光環境勾配に対する河川性底生動物群集の反応  [Not invited]
    杉原 達也, 中島 健吾, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第15回技術研究発表会  2009/05
  • 河川最下流部の調査による集水域特性が河川性底生動物群集に及ぼす影響の把握  [Not invited]
    中島 健吾, 二神 真介, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第15回技術研究発表会  2009/05
  • 瀬切れの進行が河川生物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    中野 裕, 藤井 信慈, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第15回技術研究発表会  2009/05
  • 人工林流域における樹冠から河川生物への餌資源の供給  [Not invited]
    井上 幹生, 三宅 洋, 坂本 正吾, 篠藤 誠一
    第120回日本森林学会大会  2009/03
  • 重信川の瀬切れが河川生物に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第11回重信川フォーラム  2009/02
  • 希少種ヒナイシドジョウの分布様式:流域の土地利用が与える影響  [Not invited]
    川西 亮太, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    第56回日本生態学会大会  2009/02
  • 瀬切れ区間における河川動物群集の時間的変動  [Not invited]
    中野 裕, 土肥 唱吾, 峰松 勇二, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    第36回環境システム研究論文発表会  2008/10
  • 河川最下流部の環境・生物調査による愛媛県29河川の集水域の評価  [Not invited]
    中島 健吾, 土肥 唱吾, 三宅 洋
    ELR2008  2008/09
  • 瀬切れ区間における河川動物群集の時間的変動  [Not invited]
    中野 裕, 土肥 唱吾, 峰松 勇二, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    ELR2008  2008/09
  • Influence of drought on the longitudinal distribution of stream invertebrates  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Yuji Minematsu, Saori Kimura, Naomichi Nomura
    The 56th Meeting of the North American Benthological Society  2008/05
  • 集水域の土地利用および河畔林伐採が河川性底生動物に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    荻原 啓司, 金澤 康史, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第14回技術研究発表会  2008/05
  • 河川最下流部の環境・生物調査による愛媛県29河川の評価  [Not invited]
    中島 健吾, 土肥 唱吾, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第14回技術研究発表会  2008/05
  • 重信川の瀬切れ区間における河川動物群集の時間的変動  [Not invited]
    中野 裕, 土肥 唱吾, 峰松 勇二, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第14回技術研究発表会  2008/05
  • 河川性グレイザーにとって明るいことはいいことか?  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 崎村 紀彰, 金澤 康史
    第55回日本生態学会大会  2008/03
  • 愛媛県重信川流域におけるヒナイシドジョウの分布様式  [Not invited]
    川西 亮太, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋, 清水 孝昭, 高木 基裕
    2007年度日本魚類学会年会  2007/10
  • 瀬切れが河川性底生動物群集の流程分布に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    峰松 勇二, 三宅 洋, 木村 沙織
    応用生態工学会第11回研究発表会  2007/09
  • 河畔林の伐採が河川性底生動物の群集構造および採餌量に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    金澤 康史, 三宅 洋, 崎村 紀彰
    応用生態工学会第11回研究発表会  2007/09
  • 瀬切れ区間における河川性魚類の移動  [Not invited]
    土肥 唱吾, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋, 三谷 哲史
    応用生態工学会第11回研究発表会  2007/09
  • 重信川の瀬切れが河川生物の分布に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第9回重信川フォーラム  2007/06
  • 重信川下流瀬切れ区間における河川性魚類の移動  [Not invited]
    土肥 唱吾, 三谷 哲史, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第13回技術研究発表会  2007/05
  • 重信川の瀬切れが河川性底生動物群集の流程分布に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    峰松 勇二, 木村 沙織, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第13回技術研究発表会  2007/05
  • 河畔林の伐採が河川性底生動物の群集構造および採餌量に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    金澤 康史, 崎村 紀彰, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第13回技術研究発表会  2007/05
  • 流域攪乱が河川性底生生物群集へ及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    神山 塁, 森 照貴, 三宅 洋
    第54回日本生態学会大会  2007/03
  • 瀬切れ上流-下流間における河川生物群集の比較  [Not invited]
    土肥 唱吾, 峰松 勇二, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    第34回環境システム研究論文発表会  2006/10
  • 瀬切れが河川性底生動物生息場所環境および群集構造の流程に沿った変化に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    峰松 勇二, 土肥 唱吾, 三宅 洋
    第34回環境システム研究論文発表会  2006/10
  • コンクリート基質-自然基質間における河川性底生動物の群集構造の比較  [Not invited]
    金澤 康史, 三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第10回研究発表会  2006/09
  • 土地利用と水質との関係  [Not invited]
    大森 浩二, 佐貫 方城, 松濤 一平, 宮坂 仁, 大西 秀次郎, 堤 純, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    日本陸水学会第71回大会  2006/09
  • 集水域特性が河川性底生動物の生息場所環境および群集構造に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 三橋 弘宗, 秋山 侃
    日本陸水学会第71回大会  2006/09
  • Effects of catchment characteristics on habitat environment and community structure of stream invertebrates  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Hiromune Mitsuhashi, Tsuyoshi Akiyama
    International Conference on Ecological Restoration in East Asia  2006/06
  • 重信川下流の瀬切れ上流-下流間における河川生物群集の比較  [Not invited]
    土肥 唱吾, 峰松 勇二, 井上 幹生, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第12回技術研究発表会  2006/05
  • 重信川における河川性底生動物の流程分布:瀬切れと水質の影響  [Not invited]
    峰松 勇二, 土肥 唱吾, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第12回技術研究発表会  2006/05
  • コンクリート基質-自然基質間における河川性底生動物群集の群集構造の比較  [Not invited]
    金澤 康史, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第12回技術研究発表会  2006/05
  • 河川性底生動物の群集構造と落葉分解速度との関係  [Not invited]
    神山 塁, 森 照貴, 三宅 洋
    第53回日本生態学会大会  2006/03
  • 重信川の瀬切れが河川生物の時間的・空間的分布に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第8回重信川フォーラム  2006/02
  • 農地開拓や河川改修が河川生物群集に与える影響  [Invited]
    三宅 洋
    毎日新聞朝刊(えひめエコウォッチング)  2005/12
  • 複数の貯水ダムが河川性底生動物の流程分布に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 細田 大三郎, 渡邊 智紀
    応用生態工学会第9回研究発表会  2005/10
  • Food selectivity on microalgae by aquatic insects in a reservoir - stream system  [Not invited]
    Takamitsu Ando, Hiroyuki Imai, Seiko Mizuta, Hideyuki Doi, Yo Miyake, Sin-ichi Nakano
    The Second Japan-Korea Joint Symposium on Limnology  2005/09
  • 洪水撹乱が底生動物に及ぼす影響の改変河川-自然河川間における比較  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 榎本 祐介, 昌子 公太
    日本陸水学会第70回大会  2005/09
  • 貯水ダムが底生動物に及ぼす影響の支流流入による緩和  [Not invited]
    渡邊 智紀, 細田 大三郎, 三宅 洋
    土木学会四国支部第11回技術研究発表会  2005/05
  • 貯水ダムが河川性底生動物群集に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 細田 大三郎, 渡邊 智紀
    第52回日本生態学会大会  2005/03
  • 貯水ダムが河川性底生動物群集に及ぼす影響 ―複数ダム群を対象にしたパターン化の試み―  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    応用生態工学会第8回研究発表会  2004/10
  • 河畔林の断続的な伐採が河川性底生動物の群集構造に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    森 照貴, 三宅 洋, 柴田 叡弌
    第51回日本生態学会大会  2004/08
  • 人間活動が河川生物に及ぼす影響について  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第5回重信川フォーラム  2004/05
  • 頻繁な河床撹乱が河川性無脊椎動物の多様性を高める  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 日浦 勉, 中野 繁
    応用生態工学会第7回研究発表会  2003/10
  • 分類群間における移動能力の差が河川性無脊椎動物群集の遷移を引き起こす  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第26回水生昆虫研究会  2002/09
  • 平水時の砂礫移動が河川性無脊椎動物の多様性に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 中野 繁
    応用生態工学会第6回研究発表会  2002/09
  • 間活動が河川性魚類におよぼす影響~色々な空間的スケールで考える~  [Invited]
    三宅 洋
    日本製紙株式会社勇払工場社員勉強会  2002/06
  • 頻繁な撹乱が河川性ベントス群集の多様性を高める  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第49回日本生態学会大会  2002/03
  • Succession in a stream grazer assemblage under different resource level: circumstantial evidence for competitive exclusion  [Not invited]
    Naotoshi Kuhara, Shigeru Nakano, Yo Miyake, Hitoshi Miyasaka
    The 49th Meeting of the North American Benthological Society  2001/06
  • Trade-off between competitive and colonizing abilities in stream mayfly grazers  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Tsutom Hiura, Naotoshi Kuhara, Shigeru Nakano
    The 49th Meeting of the North American Benthological Society  2001/06
  • 河川性ベントス群集における多様性-撹乱関係  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋
    第48回日本生態学会大会  2001/03
  • 藻類食水生昆虫群集における多様性の維持機構  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 日浦 勉, 久原 直利, 中野 繁
    第48回日本生態学会大会  2001/03
  • Effects of substrate stability on community diversity of stream invertebrates  [Not invited]
    Yo Miyake, Shigeru Nakano
    A food web conference  2000/12
  • 河床の安定性が無脊椎動物群集の多様性に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 中野 繁
    第47回日本生態学会大会  2000/03
  • 石が動けば多様性が上がる:河床の安定性がベントスの種多様度に及ぼす影響  [Not invited]
    三宅 洋, 中野 繁
    45回日本生態学会大会  1998/03

MISC

Awards & Honors

  • 2018/10 The Ichthyological Society of Japan Ichthyological Research, the Best Article Award 2018
     Vertical migration in streams: seasonal use of the hyporheic zone by the spinous loach Cobitis shikokuensis 
    受賞者: Ryota Kawanishi;Ryota Dohi;Asuka Fujii;Mikio Inoue;Yo Miyake
  • 2002/03 Ecological Society of Japan Poster Prize
     Frequent disturbance maintains high diversity of stream invertebrates JPN 
    受賞者: Yo Miyake

Research Grants & Projects

  • 日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究C一般)
    Date (from‐to) : 2018/04 -2021/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 市民参加による「全国水生生物調査」データの川づくりへの利用可能性・活用方法の検討
    河川財団:河川基金(一般的助成)
    Date (from‐to) : 2018/04 -2019/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 環境収容力推定手法開発事業
    水産庁:水産庁
    Date (from‐to) : 2018/04
  • 大規模流量・生物データ解析による攪乱レジーム-河川生物群集関係の解明
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究C一般)
    Date (from‐to) : 2014/04 -2017/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 瀬切れとダムが河川底生動物の地域間交流に及ぼす影響:次世代DNA解析を活用した全生息種の網羅的評価
    河川財団:河川基金(一般的助成)
    Date (from‐to) : 2014/04 -2016/03 
    Author : 渡辺 幸三
  • 大規模DNA情報を活用した正確かつ迅速な種多様性評価技術の開発
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(基盤B一般)
    Date (from‐to) : 2013/04 -2016/03 
    Author : 渡辺 幸三
  • 河道掘削工事は河川生態系の復元に貢献するか?
    愛媛大学:研究活性化事業
    Date (from‐to) : 2013/04 -2015/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 河川地下に潜伏する無脊椎動物:河床間隙水域は干上がりからの避難場所か?
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(若手研究B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010/04 -2013/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 瀬切れの拡大・長期化は外来生物フロリダマミズヨコエビの侵入を助長するか?
    河川環境整備財団:河川整備基金(一般的助成)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010/04 -2011/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 最下流部の環境・底生動物調査による愛媛県51河川の河川環境および流域特性の評価
    愛媛大学:研究開発支援経費(萌芽的研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 2008/04 -2010/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 渇水に伴う物理的撹乱が河川性底生動物に及ぼす影響の解明
    河川環境整備財団:河川整備基金(一般的助成)
    Date (from‐to) : 2005/06 -2006/05 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 河川規模を考慮した食物網構造の解明
    河川環境整備財団:河川整備基金(一般的助成)
    Date (from‐to) : 2005/06 -2006/05 
    Author : 加藤 元海
  • 鋳型としての集水域 ―河川生物群集の支配的決定要因の提言―
    愛媛大学:研究開発支援経費(萌芽的研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 2004/04 -2006/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 貯水ダムが河川性底生動物群集に及ぼす影響の複数ダム間比較による解明
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(若手研究B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2004/04 -2006/03 
    Author : 三宅 洋
  • 河畔林由来の倒流木が河川性無脊椎動物の安定性に及ぼす影響
    河川環境整備財団:河川整備基金(一般的助成)
    Date (from‐to) : 2002/06 -2003/05 
    Author : 三宅 洋

Social Contribution

  • グローバルスタディーズ「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
    Date (from-to) : 2021/01/15-2021/01/15
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    Event, Program, Title : 高大連携プログラム(2年生)
  • 水生生物調査
    Date (from-to) : 2020/12/02
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 松山市立椿中学校
    Event, Program, Title : 水生生物調査
  • 重信川水生生物調査(岡田小学校)
    Date (from-to) : 2020/09/15
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
  • 重信川水生生物調査
    Date (from-to) : 2020/09/09
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
  • 重信川水生生物調査
    Date (from-to) : 2020/07/31-2020/07/31
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
  • グローバルスタディーズ「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
    Date (from-to) : 2020/01/24-2020/01/24
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    Event, Program, Title : 高大連携プログラム(2年生)
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2019/10/18
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成31年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Schoolchildren
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2019/09/30-2019/09/30
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成31年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2019/09/03
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成31年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Schoolchildren
  • 特別展・博士たちのいきもの図鑑
    Date (from-to) : 2019/05/29-2019/08/12
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学ミュージアム
    Event, Program, Title : 愛媛大学開学70周年・ミュージアム開館10周年記念特別展
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2019/07/25-2019/07/25
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Event, Program, Title : 自然と遊ぼDAY!「森と湖に親しむ旬間」
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2019/06/12-2019/06/12
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成31年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
  • グローバルスタディーズ「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
    Date (from-to) : 2019/01/25
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    Event, Program, Title : 高大連携プログラム(2年生)
  • 河川生態系保全における攪乱の重要性
    Date (from-to) : 2018/11/19-2018/11/19
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 水資源機構吉野川本部
    Event, Program, Title : 環境学習会
  • 出水攪乱と多自然かわづくり
    Date (from-to) : 2018/11/15-2018/11/15
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局
    Event, Program, Title : 平成30年度四国多自然川づくり担当者会議
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2018/09/27-2018/09/27
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成30年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2018/09/07-2018/09/07
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成30年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2018/09/06-2018/09/06
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成30年度水生生物による水質簡易調査
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2018/07/26-2018/07/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Event, Program, Title : 自然と遊ぼDAY!「森と湖に親しむ旬間」
  • 水生生物による水質簡易調査
    Date (from-to) : 2018/05/30
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 平成30年度水生生物による水質簡易調査(重信川出合地点,さくら小学校)
  • グローバルスタディーズ「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
    Date (from-to) : 2018/01/12
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    Event, Program, Title : 高大連携プログラム
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2017/07/28-2017/07/28
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Event, Program, Title : 自然と遊ぼDAY!「森と湖に親しむ旬間」
  • 第1回田園ロマンの里づくり推進委員会・基調講演
    Date (from-to) : 2017/06/28
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 西予市
    Event, Program, Title : 第1回田園ロマンの里づくり推進委員会
  • 第10回広瀬霞自然観察会・講師
    Date (from-to) : 2017/06/02
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 第10回広瀬霞自然観察会
  • LOVE RIVER -これからの重信川-
    Date (from-to) : 2017/02/08-2017/02/08
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Event, Program, Title : 第20回重信川フォーラム
  • 高大連携プログラム(2年生)
    Date (from-to) : 2016/12/16
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    Event, Program, Title : グローバルスタディーズ「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
  • 河川調査研修
    Date (from-to) : 2016/08/07-2016/08/07
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛県立今治西高等学校生物部
    Event, Program, Title : 河川調査研修
  • 第9回広瀬霞自然観察会・講師
    Date (from-to) : 2016/06/03
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所
    Event, Program, Title : 第10回広瀬霞自然観察会
  • 環境教育学「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
    Date (from-to) : 2015/11/27
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    High school students
  • 平成27年度今西生物部夏講座「地域の自然と環境を考える」
    Date (from-to) : 2015/08/10
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛県立今治西高等学校生物部
    High school students
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2015/07/31
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Schoolchildren
  • 環境教育学「人間の活動III 工業と環境」
    Date (from-to) : 2014/12/05
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学附属高等学校
    High school students
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2014/07/29
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Schoolchildren
  • 平成26年度春講座
    Date (from-to) : 2014/04/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛県立今治西高等学校生物部
    High school students
  • 平成25年度 秋季自然科学講座
    Date (from-to) : 2013/11/09
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛県立今治西高等学校生物部
    High school students
  • 今西・新浜西生物部合同企画「大三島河川・大島干潟の水生生物合同調査」
    Date (from-to) : 2013/11/09
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛県立今治西高等学校生物部
    High school students
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2013/07/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Schoolchildren
  • 平成25年度生物部企画1「水環境と水生生物に関する春講座」
    Date (from-to) : 2013/05/25-2013/05/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛県立今治西高等学校生物部
    High school students
  • 平成24年度 国土交通省分野における生きものにぎわいづくり 四国地方セミナー
    Date (from-to) : 2012/11/20
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省
  • 第1回 河川生態学セミナー:流量変動が河川生態系に及ぼす影響について
    Date (from-to) : 2012/10/31
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 独立行政法人土木研究所自然共生研究センター
    Researchers
  • 平成22年度重信川の自然をはぐくむ会総会
    Date (from-to) : 2011/02/17
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Civic organization
  • 第14回重信川フォーラム
    Date (from-to) : 2011/02/17
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Civic organization
  • 平成22年度四国多自然川づくり担当者会議
    Date (from-to) : 2010/10/25
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 札幌の川、ざわめく自然を体験しよう! ~研究者といっしょに魚とり~
    Date (from-to) : 2010/09/23
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 応用生態工学札幌
    Schoolchildren
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2010/07/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Schoolchildren
  • 土木学会四国支部技術講習会
    Date (from-to) : 2010/02/19
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 土木学会四国支部
    General
  • 第13回重信川フォーラム
    Date (from-to) : 2010/02/17
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Civic organization
  • 応用生態工学会松山 現地勉強会-重信川の自然再生-
    Date (from-to) : 2009/10/17
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 応用生態工学会松山
  • 第11回重信川フォーラム
    Date (from-to) : 2009/02/19
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Civic organization
  • あいだい博
    Date (from-to) : 2008/08/28-2008/08/29
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 愛媛大学
  • 生物探検隊
    Date (from-to) : 2008/07/25
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 国土交通省四国地方整備局松山河川国道事務所石手川ダム出張所
    Schoolchildren
  • 水生生物調査講習会
    Date (from-to) : 2007/10/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Schoolchildren
  • 第9回重信川フォーラム
    Date (from-to) : 2007/06/27
    Role : Informant
    Civic organization
  • 水生生物調査講習会
    Date (from-to) : 2006/08
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Schoolchildren
  • 第8回重信川フォーラム
    Date (from-to) : 2006/02/21
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Civic organization
  • 水生生物調査講習会
    Date (from-to) : 2005/05/21
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Schoolchildren
  • 総合的な学習の時間(1年生)
    Date (from-to) : 2004/10/08
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 松山市立松山南第二中学校
    Schoolchildren
  • 第5回重信川フォーラム
    Date (from-to) : 2004/05/25
    Role : Informant
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 重信川の自然をはぐくむ会
    Civic organization
  • 日本製紙株式会社勇払工場社員勉強会
    Date (from-to) : 2002/06/04-2002/06/04
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 日本製紙株式会社勇払工場
    Company

Media Coverage

  • 「時代を歩く.えひめ現場ルポ.重信川の瀬切れ拡大」
    Date : 2011/08/21
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 愛媛新聞
    Paper
  • 研究室からこんにちは
    Date : 2010/04/17
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 南海放送
    Media report
  • 「みんなどう思う? 重信川で瀬切れが拡大」
    Date : 2008/11/01
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 愛媛新聞
    Paper
  • 激,拡大する「瀬切れ」
    Date : 2008/10/05
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 愛媛新聞
    Paper
  • 激,①「瀬切れ」拡大:川に異変 消える生物
    Date : 2008/09/27
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 愛媛新聞
    Paper
  • Riverwebs
    Date : 2007
    Publisher, broadcasting station: Freshwaters Illustrated
    Others
  • 地域のニュース(えひめ),えひめエコウォッチング
    Date : 2005/12/08
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 毎日新聞
    Paper

Academic Contribution

  • 環境調査業務への指導・助言
    Date (from-to) :2018/01/19-2018/03/31
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 株式会社四電技術コンサルタント
  • 平成27年度水域生物を指標とした瀬切れ河川影響評価検討報告書
    Date (from-to) :2015-2016
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成26年度水域生物を指標とした瀬切れ河川影響評価検討報告書
    Date (from-to) :2014-2015
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成24年度小田川環境調査業務報告書
    Date (from-to) :2012-2013
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 愛媛県南予支局
  • 平成24年度水域生物を指標とした瀬切れ河川影響評価検討報告書
    Date (from-to) :2012-2013
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成23年度小田川環境調査業務報告書
    Date (from-to) :2011-2012
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 愛媛県南予支局
  • 平成23年度水域生物を指標とした瀬切れ河川影響評価検討報告書
    Date (from-to) :2011-2012
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成22年度瀬切れが及ぼす河川環境への影響検討業務委託報告書
    Date (from-to) :2010-2011
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成21年度瀬切れが及ぼす河川環境への影響検討業務委託報告書
    Date (from-to) :2009-2010
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成20年度瀬切れが及ぼす河川環境への影響検討業務委託報告書
    Date (from-to) :2008-2009
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成19年度瀬切れが及ぼす河川環境への影響検討業務委託報告書
    Date (from-to) :2007-2008
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成18年度砥部川合流点下流地区水面再生検討業務委託報告書
    Date (from-to) :2006-2007
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局
  • 平成17年度砥部川合流点下流地区水面再生検討業務委託報告書
    Date (from-to) :2005-2006
    Type: Academic research
    Organizer, responsible person: 国土交通省四国地方整備局

愛媛大学教員活動実績

教育活動(B)

担当授業科目(B01)

  • 2017, the first semester, under graduate, 工学入門
  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 微積分Ⅰ
  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 生態系保全工学
  • 2019, the first semester, master course, 生物多様性と人間活動
  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 生態系保全工学


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