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目次

  • 1.The Pacific sardines disappeared−Alternation between clupeoid species−
    • 1−1 Kushiro 1976−1993
    • 1−2 Chongjin 1925−1942
    • 1−3 Recovery and collapse again
    • 1−4 What happened in anchoveta?
    • 1−5 A 180‐degree turn:San Jose 1983
    • 1−6 Vigo,La Paz and Sendai
    • 1−7 Records from old documents
    • 1−8 The case of the California sardine‐fishing or environment?
    • 1−9 Replacement of Atlantic herrings
    • 1−10 Scale deposition on sea bottom
    • 1−11 Causes that are responsible for the wide variations in sardine biomass
  • 2.Global and structural shifts in marine ecosystems from one phase to the other on an interdecadal timescale
    • 2−1 Marine life and ecosystems
    • 2−2 Trophic structure in the sea
    • 2−3 Shifts in plankton populations
    • 2−4 Variations in salmon biomass and the stocking programme
    • 2−5 Shifts in the benthinc and coastal ecosystems
  • 3.The sea is a climate‐memorizing system
    • 3−1 The SST jumps
    • 3−2 The sea is a climate‐memorizing device
    • 3−3 Mode water−a container that carries climate−
    • 3−4 Interdecadal fluctuations in the physical oceanography
  • 4.Atmosphere,oceans and marine ecosystems are linked together and synchronously fluctuating as an integrated earth surface system−creation of the regime shift theory−
    • 4−1 El Niño and anchoveta
    • 4−2 Marvelous harmony of the earth surface systems
    • 4−3 Multidecadal fluctuations in the Pacific Ocean
    • 4−4 The Sea of Japan−window of the regime shift and global warming
    • 4−5 Symphony played by clupeoids,together with atmosphere‐ocean systems
    • 4−6 Biological amplification from physical forcing to fish
    • 4−7 Global cycle that couples atmosphere to oceans
  • 5.Emergence of the equilibrium theory and the problems with it
    • 5−1 Foundation of the international body of the fisheries science−ICES−
    • 5−2 Fluctuation problem
    • 5−3 Advent and collapse of the equilibtium theory−overfishing problem−
    • 5−4 Pacific halibut
    • 5−5 Atlantic cod
  • 6.Are living marine resources effectively manageable under the provisions of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea?
    • 6−1 Freedom of the sea or division of the sea?
    • 6−2 Truman Proclamation and national jurisdiction
    • 6−3 From Pardo’s address to the conclusion of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
    • 6−4 Management of marine living resources based upon the Convention on the Law of the Sea
    • 6−5 Toward the sustainable utilization instead of the management
  • 7.How to assess the status quo of the world fisheries production and the living resources−science and international politics−
    • 7−1 Is the FAO’s claim scientifically consistent?
    • 7−2 Disputes and confusions surrounding evaluation of the status quo of the living marine resources
    • 7−3 Is the catch MTL a good indicator to measure underlying ecosystem MTL?
    • 7−4 Do the world fisheries have already removed 90% of predatory fish resources?
    • 7−5 Driftnet fishing issue
    • 7−6 Fish at issue:Tunas
  • 8.Regime shift theory as an emerging concept that could explain the dynamics of the earth surface system
    • 8−1 Origin and process of the variations in the global physical system
    • 8−2 Early survival/recruitment problem
    • 8−3 Recent Studies on trophodynamics
    • 8−4 Trophodynamics hypothesis of the regime shift
    • 8−5 Recruitment fluctuations due to regime shift
    • 8−6 Overfishing for the sardine and chub mackerel off Japan−purse seine fishery−
    • 8−7 Severe impact of fishing pressure on long‐lived rockfish
    • 8−8 Definition and characteristics of the regime shift
  • 9.Anthropogenic climate change and the regime shift
    • 9−1 Halt or not?Thermohaline circulation
    • 9−2 Collapse of cyclic pattern−case with the absent lemmings−
    • 9−3 Problems with the environmental sciences on complex‐systems
  • 10.Where are we in the historical currents of threats to humankind viewed through the window of the earth surface sciences?
    • 10−1 Transferring from East‐West tensions to North‐South issues−change in the nature of nuclear threats and neoliberalism
    • 10−2 New threat:global warming.How had scientists become achieved a consensus about the man‐made global warming?
    • 10−3 IPCC and North‐South conflicts:science and international politics
    • 10−4 How to protect biodiversity and living marine resources
    • 10−5 Parted claims for benefit sharing of the genetic resources between the two camps
    • 10−6 Urgency for establishing an international scientific body for protecting biodiversity and marine ecosystems
    • 10−7 The East Japan Great Disaster calls for reviewing man versus nature issue