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articleAhn, Hyojin; Kume, Manabu; Terashima, Yuki; Ye, Feng; Kameyama, Satoshi; Miya, Masaki; Yamashita, Yoh; Kasai, AkihideEvaluation of fish biodiversity in estuaries using environmental DNA metabarcoding-PLOS ONE-6-Oct-2020
article (author version)Kasai, Akihide; Fuji, Taiki; Suzuki, Keita W.; Yamashita, YohPartial migration of juvenile temperate seabass Lateolabrax japonicus: a versatile survival strategy-Fisheries Science-Mar-2018
article (author version)Fuji, Taiki; Kasai, Akihide; Yamashita, YohUpstream migration mechanisms of juvenile temperate sea bass Lateolabrax japonicus in the stratified Yura River estuary-Fisheries Science-Mar-2018
article (author version)Yoon, Seokjin; Kasai, AkihideRelative contributions of external forcing factors to circulation and hydrographic properties in a micro-tidal bay-Estuarine coastal and shelf science-5-Nov-2017
article (author version)Watanabe, Kenta; Kasai, Akihide; Fukuzaki, Koji; Ueno, Masahiro; Yamashita, YohEstuarine circulation-driven entrainment of oceanic nutrients fuels coastal phytoplankton in an open coastal system in Japan-Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science-5-Jan-2017
article (author version)Yamamoto, Mitsuo; Liu, Dan; Kasai, Akihide; Okubo, Kei; Tanaka, MasaruDynamics of iron in the Chikugo River Basin : Comparison of iron with nitrogen and phosphate input to the estuary-Regional Studies in Marine Science-Nov-2016
article (author version)Kasai, Akihide; Ishizaki, Daisuke; Isoda, TakaneIsotopic trophic-step fractionation of the freshwater clam Corbicula sandai-Fisheries science-May-2016
article (author version)Sugimoto, Ryo; Kasai, AkihideKey biogeochemical processes evaluated by the stable nitrogen isotopes of dissolved inorganic nitrogen in the Yodo River estuary, Japan: significance of estuarine nutrient recycling as a possible source for coastal production-Biogeochemistry-Mar-2016
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