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MATSUDA Hiroyuki's Web Site
Distinguished YNU Professor, Professor Emeritus
Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences (IMS),
Yokohama National University

Tokiwadai, Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama city, Kanagawa Prefecture, 240-8501 Japan
tel +81-45-339-4362, fax +81-45-339-4368, email: hymatsudagmail.com (permanent)
Sustainable Living with Environmental Risks
The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),  Resource Geochemistry Research Group
External Researcher
UNESCO Chair on Education in Biosphere Reserves for Sustainable Societies
 Pew Marine Conservation Fellow 2007
EarthWatch Japan (Member of the Board)
Japanese Coordinationg Committee for MAB MAB Strategy 2015-2025Lima Action Plan
Global Eco-Risk Management from Asian Viewpoints
Marine Eco-Label (MEL) Japan Advisory Board (Chair)
My Research(Japanese) Colleagues's Fields(Japanese) Open Email (My opinion)
Publication List Books C.V. past Members in my lab
(I retired in March 2023)
 Topics (click here for detail)
3/20 I organize the Public Lectures for the 27th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan
A New and Traditional Relationship between People and Nature
 3/11  [F187]* Matsuda H: A new and traditional relationship between humanity and nature, , 11 March 2024, Ecological Colloquium of the Institute of Ecology, Innsbruck, Biosphere Reserve Nockberge / Austria, Institute of Interdisciplinary Mountain Research., Auditorium Institute of Botany, Sternwartestr. 15, Innsbruck
 2/20 [F186]* Matsuda H: International development of ESD, Research Agenda for International Study on ESD in Globalizing World, 20 February 2024, ESD Working Group, Yokohama National University, YNU
 Past Topics (click here for detail)
 2/15  [A145] Mano T, Matsuda H, Natsume S, Tsuruga H (accepted) A harvest based estimator of the brown bear population dynamics and its application for the population on the Oshima Peninsula region, Hokakido, Japan. Ursus :, DOI:
 2/7  [A144] Kakehashi M, Matsuda H (accepted) Contributions and problems of mathematical models in COVID-19 prevention in Japan. Population Ecology :, DOI:
 2024/1/12  [A] Matsuda H: Common concepts and theories between fisheries management and other environmental issues. Preprints 2024, 2024011012. doi.org/10.20944/preprints202401.1012.v1,
 12/18  [A143] Matsuda H, Watanabe A (accepted) A comparative study of population management approaches in infectious disease control, population management of fisheries and wildlife, and integrated pest management in agriculture. Population Ecology DOI:(GTOC)
 12/3  [A142] Watanabe A, Matsuda H (2024/1) The tradeoff between case fatalities and economic loss in new coronavirus by the modified Susceptible-Infectious-Recovered model with quarantined isolation. Population Ecology :doi.org/10.1002/1438-390X.12177 
 11/13 Japan Delegation: Report of East Asia Biosphere Reserves Network (EABRN), Southeastern Biosphere Reserves Network (SEABRNet) Meeting; UNESCO Jakarta Office, 13 November 2023, Hilton, Kota Kinabaru, Malaysia
 11/2 From Minakami Water Source Forest to Tokyo Bay, 10th South and Central Asian Biosphere Reserves Network Meeting (SACAM), 2 November 2023, UNESCO Delhi, Chennai, India
 10/16 Contribution of Citizen Science in Wildlife Management in Protected Areas, Coloquio by The UNESCO Chair in Biodiversity and Conservation for Sustainable Development, University of Coimbra University of Coimbra, University of Coimbr
10/5-9 Pew Fellow Meeting
 9/27 UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, SDGs and ';OECM'; Lecture in JST Sakura Science Program, 27 September 2023, Yokohama National University, Bldg. 4, EIS, YNU (html)
 8/17 The "new" and "traditional" relationship between humans and wildlife. Recent Initiatives in MAB Programme, Seminar presentation under SATREPS project, BCL University of Malawi
 6/17  [A140] Watanabe A, Hara Y, Matsuda H (accepted) Combining output control and fishing pressure limitations improves the management of the Japanese sardine Sardinops melanostictus. Fisheries Research 266:106787, DOI:10.1016/j.fishres.2023.106787
5/30  [A139] Hoang NT, Taherzadeh O, Ohashi H, Yonekura Y, Nishijima S, Yamabe M, Matsui T, Matsuda H, Moran D, Kanemoto K, (2023/5) Predicting potential conflicts between agriculture and conservation. PNAS 120:e2208376120, DOI:https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2208376120:
 4/19  [A138] Oda T, ..., Matsuda H, Yokoki H, Oki T, (2023/4) Total Economic Costs of Climate Change with uneven discount rates for market and non-market values. Environmental Research Letters :18(8):84026, DOI
 3/30  [I19] 松田裕之(2023/3)Adaptment's comcept Designing cities adapted to climate change, Nosigner
 2/2  [B50] Böer B, Clüsener-Godt M, Khan S, Matsuda H (2023/2) Blue Carbon – Op-Ed on the occasion of World Wetland Day. Quest 4 Action UNESCO Bangkok Office: (html)
 1/12  Expectations for Japanese BRs and EBRoSS (UNESCO Chair at YNU). International Conference on:Blue Carbon Ecosystems for Sustainable Development with Special Emphasis to Mangrove Ecosystems, 11 January 2023, Yokohama National University UNESCO Chair "EBRoSS", Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, Yokohama, Japan
 2023/1/11  Prof. Masato Nobutoki’s idea on Local actions on blue carbon ecosystem restoration in Yokohama and introduction of Japan Blue Economy Association., International Conference on:Blue Carbon Ecosystems for Sustainable Development with Special Emphasis to Mangrove Ecosystems, 11 January 2023, Yokohama National University UNESCO Chair "EBRoSS", Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, Yokohama, Japan
12/13 A new normal between human and biosphere toward the post pandemic -30 by 30 challenge for nature conservation, YNU Spring Program 2023 "the Global Environment and Sustainability", Yokohama National University, Online
11/3 [B49] Clüsener-Godt M, Watanabe T, Matsuda H (2022/11) Message from Japan on the occasion of International Day for Biosphere Reserves. Japanese National Commission for UNESCO. (Japanese):
 9/15 [A137] Watanabe A, Matsuda H (2022/10) Effectiveness of feedback control and the trade-off between death by COVID-19 and costs of countermeasures in Japan. Health Care Management Science 6:1-16,, doi.org/10.1007/s10729-022-09617-0
9/2 A new normal between humans and biosphere toward the post SDGs, International Conference on Environmental Protection for Sustainable Development (ICEPSD-2022) as a plenary lecturer, Bangladesh Awami League
5/19 [F174]* Matsuda H: Co-benefit between protection of world heritage sites and sustainable use of transition areas, International conference 2022 "Science and Research in, for and with UNESCO Biosphere Reserves" , 19 May 2021, Eberswalde University, Biosphere Reserve Institute, Schorfheide-Chorin BR, Germany
 3/24; 4/12 [A136] Kayanne H, Hara T, Arai N, Yamano H, Matsuda H (2022/4) Trajectory to local extinction of an isolated dugong population in Okinawa Island, Japan. Science Report 12:6151. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-09992-2
3/14 From Mathematical Ecology to Consensus Building. History of Science Dialogue (Narator: H.Matsuda, Interviewer: N. Ariga)- Mathematical Biology Viewpoints from the Outside, Series 1, Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology Newsletter. 96:11-21 (in Japanese) English translation
 3/4  [F173] Matsuda H: Lecture on "Marine Environmental risk management", 4 March 2022, University of Hormozgan, Online
2/8 [F172]* Matsuda H: Are sustainable development friendly with environment and human health? 8 February 2021, YNU Spring Program 2021, Yokohana National University
 2022/1/27  [A135] Fatema UK, Faruquea H, Matsuda H, Salamd MA (2022/1) Vulnerability assessment of target shrimps and bycatch species from data-limited industrial shrimp trawl fishery in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh. Sustainability :accepted, https://doi.org/10.3390/su14031691
 12/11, 12/18  Lecture: Environmental Risk Science, U of Tokyo (online)
 11/24 [A134] Hossain A, Habibullah-Al-Mamun M, Nagano I, Masunaga S, Kitazawa D, Matsuda H (2022/1) Antibiotics, antibiotics resistant bacteria and resistance genes in aquaculture: risks, current concern and future thinking. Environmental Science and Pollution Research :, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-17825-4
11/8 Nature Reserves and Wildlife Management in the Post-SDGs Period, Special lecture, The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences Kagoshima University
 10/27 [F168]* Matsuda H: ESD for urban students using Biosphere Reserve, EABRN Training Webinar on Education for Sustainable Development in Biosphere Reserve, 27 October 2021, UNESCO Beijin Office, Online
 10/18 10/18: A new normal between humans and wildlife as part of the biosphere (10min.), Online Conference for the Lecture Course UNESCO Programme “Man and the Biosphere: Opportunities and Prospects””, Kanazawa University, Online
 10/1  [F168] A new normal between humans and wildlife as part of the biosphere, Man and the Biosphere: opportunities and prospects (on-demand lecture), 1 October 2021, Kanazawa University, Online
 8/5-20  I visited Malawi (Lake Malawi National Park) Asahi Web RONZA (in Japanese)
 8/16  [A133] Faruque H, Matsuda H (2021/8) Conservative Scoring Approach in Productivity Susceptibility Analysis Leads Toward the Overestimation of Vulnerability: A Study from Hilsa Gillnet’s Bycatch Stocks of Bangladesh. Fishes 6:33(full text)
 10/13 [A132] Myers B et al. (2021/10) A New Approach to Evaluate and Reduce Uncertainty of Model-based Biodiversity Projections for Conservation Policy Formulation. BioScience 71:1261–1273

[F167]* Matsuda H: Drawing Plans of a House that Already Stands: Knowledge systems of the Shiretoko region, a World Heritage Site of Japan, Remote Conference of International Port-City Universities League , 30 April 2021,

 4/22  [B48] Matsuda H (ed) (2021/4) Ecological Risk Management. For Conservation Biology and Ecotoxicology. Springer (html)
 2/13  Webinar on Integrated Coastal Management on Qeshm Island, Iran and Japanese Fisheries Management Toolbox. (online)
 2/12  [F167]* Matsuda H: General remarks about Man and Biosphere in Japan, Japan and Kazakhstan Training Course towards SDGs, 12 February 2021, Aida Mammadova, Kanazawa University (online)
 1/21  Japanese Biosphere Reserves, Japan Biosphere Reserves Network (Youtube)
 2021/1/27  [A131] Namba H, Iwasaki Y, Morita K, Ogino T, Mano H, Shinohara N, Yasutaka T, Matsuda H, Kamo K (accepted) Responses of macroinvertebrate and fish assemblages to treated mine discharge in a northern Japanese river. PeerJ 9:e10808
 10/29 [A130] Faruque H, Matsuda H (2021) Assessing the Vulnerability of the Hilsa Gillnet Fishery and its Data Limited Bycatch Species Using Productivity Susceptibility Analysis: Insights from Bangladesh. Fisheries Research 234:105808, DOI:10.1016/j.fishres.2020.10580
  [A129] Nishimoto M, Miyashita T, Yokomizo H, Matsuda H, Imazu T, Takahashi H, Hasegawa M, Fukasawa K (2020/11) Spatial optimization of invasive species control informed by management practices. Ecological Applications e2261.
  [A128] Namba H, Iwasaki Y, Heino J, Matsuda H (2020/7) What to survey? A systematic review of the choice of biological groups in assessing ecological impacts of metals in running waters. Env Toxicol Chem 39:1964–1972
 8/1 [A127] Carver.R et al (2020/8) A critical social perspective on deep sea mining: Lessons from the emergent industry in Japan. Ocean and Coastal Management.193:
 6/27  JST-JICA SATREPS Malawi Project
 2020/3/30  [B47] Matsuda H (2020/3) Similarities and Differences between Biosphere Reserve and Natural World Heritage. Global Environmental Research 23:59-62
 5/8  Are climate change measures compatible with nature protection?,S-14 Symposium with Hans-Otto Poertner "New Frontiers in Climate Change Impact Assessment Research and its Counter Measures", Campus Plaza Kyoto
2/17 [F162]* Matsuda H, Makino M: Co-management in Shiretoko World Heritage Site, A Workshop toward MSP promotion in Japan and related issues, 17 February 2019, UNESCO IOC, Yayoi Annex, University of Tokyo
 2/8  [F]* Matsuda H: Matsuda H: How did coastal fishers satisfy the global standard of nature protection in Shiretoko World Heritage? Role of Scientists for connection between Local and Global., Special lecture for Saint Thomas University Students, 8 February 2019, Yokohama National University,
2019/ 2/6  [F]* Matsuda H: Current situation, challenges and outlook of seafood ecolabels in Japan, The 1st Marine Ecolabel Japan (MEL) Council Workshop -Issues and challenges of fisheries ecolabel recognized by the world from the world-, 6 February 2019, Marine Ecolabel Japan, Akasaka Intercity Conference
11/8 Harvest value for tuna fisheries management, Emerging opportunities for marine sustainability, 8 November 2018, Pew Environmental Groups, University of Tokyo
 10/31  [B45] Matsuda H, Mizuta DD, Vlachopoulou EI, Makino M (2018/10) Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and sustainable fisheries. Kuroshio Science 12:8-12
10/25 Recent state of fisheries science in Japan, Proposed fisheries reforms and new opportunities for marine conservation in Japan, Canada
9/17 Matsuda H, Moki H, Yonekura Y, Inoue T, Mochida Y, Furukawa K, Furuta N, Mizui R, Kuwae T: Towards carbon neutral city using blue carbon: A case study of Yokohama City, Symposium of strategic research on global mitigation and local adaptation to climate change, 17 September 2018, Strategic Research on Global Mitigation and Local Adaptation to Climate Change (S-14), Institut Teknologi Bandung
 8/6 I became the chair of  Marine Eco-label Japan Advisory Board Meeting
 7/21  [F157]* Matsuda H: Japanese Coordinating Committee for the UNESCOs "Man and the Biosphere" Programme: Development and current state, Educating diverse human resources in UNESCO's Biosphere Reserves, cases of Belarus, Russia and Japan, 21 July 2018, , Kanazawa University
6/17-22 Grand Renewable Energy 2018
5/22 [F155]* Matsuda H, Saito A: Country Report of Japan, The 11th Southeast Asia Biosphere Reserves Network (SeaBRnet) Meeting: “Biosphere Reserves: Exploring Local Solutions for Global Sustainability”, 22 May 2018, UNESCO Jakarta Office, Chiang Mai, Thailand
 5/13 [A125] Iwasaki Y, Kataya T, Matsuda H (2018) Comparing macroinvertebrate assemblages at organic-contaminated river sites with different zinc concentrations: metal-sensitive taxa may already be absent. Env Pol in press,doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2018.05.041
4/27 [A124] Hossain A, Nakamichi T, Habibullah-Al-Mamun M, Tani K, Masunaga S, Matsuda H (2018/8) Occurrence and Ecological Risk of Pharmaceuticals in River Surface Water of Bangladesh. Environmental Research 165:258-266. doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2018.04.030
3/15/2018 [F153]* Matsuda H, Takemoto Y, Katsukawa T: Optimal fishing season and age of the Pacific bluefin tuna, Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan, Ecological Society of Japan, Sapporo Convention Center
Nov.25  JST-RISTEX "Transdisciplinary Study of Natural Resource Management under Poverty Conditions Collaborating with Vulnerable Sectors" Website was released.
Nov. 7 [f59] Moderator: Sustainable Development of Deep-Sea Resources for the Future; Yokohama National University, 7 November 2017, Jobun Hall, Yokohama
Oct. 19 [F151]* Matsuda H: Beyond dichotomy on Pacific bluefin tuna fisheries management in Japan, Lightning Updates, 19 October 2017, 2017 Pew Marine Fellows Annual Meeting, Caba?a del Lago, Puerto Varas, Chile
Oct. 15 Impact of avian collisions caused by wind farms on the population variability of golden eagles 33rd annual meeting of Society for Population Ecology (Fukuoka)
Oct. 13 Message on the bancket of the Society of Population Ecology as the new president (Fukuoka)
Sep. 19 [F150]* Matsuda H, Nakamura Y: Ecosystem Approach for Integrated Ocean Management, The 11th Meeting of Port-city University League "Sustainable Port Developments and Roles of Port Cities", Incheon National University
 Sep. 3 [A123] Oita A, Nagano I, Matsuda H (2018/3) Nitrogen footprint of food consumption reduced by balanced Japanese diet. Ambio 47:318-326 10.1007/s13280-017-0944-4
Aug. 29 [A122] Hossain A, Nakamichi T, Tani K, Masunaga S, Matsuda H (2017/9) Occurrence, distribution and ecological risks of antibiotics in freshwater finfish and brackish water shellfish aquaculture in Bangladesh. Chemosphere 188: 329-336. DOI 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2017.08.152
 July 25-27  Review Editor: Third Author Meeting of IPBES Asia Pacific Regional Report; IPBES, 25 July 2017-27 July 2017, Elithebeth Hall, United Nations University
 July 24  [F149]* Matsuda H, Tajima H, Kakuma S, Furukawa K, Hori J: Education for sustainable development and sustainable fisheries, 11th International Kuroshio Science Symposium, Future Perspective on Cross-border Network for Research and Education of “Kuroshio Science”: Developing Kuroshio University League Network, 24 July 2017, Kochi University, Asakura, Kochi
 June 5-8  Invited perticipants: Improve global biodiversity models by developing lessons learned from climate modeling, NASA Funded Biodiversity Modeling Workshop; , 5 June 2017-8 June 2017, USGS headquarters, Reston, VA
 Apr 13  [F148]* Matsuda H: Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the context of sustainable development goals (SDGs) , 13 April 2017, Conserv'Session, Kyoto University, Science Seminar House on Kyoto University
Mar. 5 [F145]* Matsuda H: Community Based Management in UNESCO Geopark, Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage, Environment technology seminar for Qeshm Geopark, JICA Program for Qeshm Island, Iran
Jan. 22 [F144]* Sakai A, Matsuda H: Local communities connecting to international actors ? Case studies of biosphere reserves network in Japan , ILEK Symposium, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto
Jan. 18  [F143]* Matsuda H: Integrated Ocean Management in Kuroshio Region, Kochi University, Kochi
Dec. 8 The Power of Public Engagement for Cultivatiog Real Science & Society Breakthroughs, Science Forum South Africa 2016, Pretoria
Dec. 7 Seabed Resource Development Reconciling with Marine Environment, 2nd Islands and Oceans Net General Meeting, 7 December 2016, Ocean Policy Research Institute,The Sasakawa Peace Foundation Bldg, Tokyo.
Nov. 25   Marine Protected Areas and Integrated Management of Coastal and Ocean Resources, The 10th Kuroshio Science Symposium "Addressing Coastal Resources Conservation and Food Security through Science-based Solutions and Innovations" 
Nov 15 [F135]* Matsuda H: Evaluation method of the bird collision risks for speedup of an environmental impact assessment procedure, 2nd Meeting of Work group on Bird Strike Science and Engineering, Work group on Bird Strike Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Shinagawa, Tokyo
Nov 3 [F136]* Matsuda H, Sasaki S, Suzuki S, Murai M, Tani K, Kondo H: A screening method for avian collision risk assessment of proposed wind farms., Annual meeting of the Society of Population Ecology
Oct 27 [F137]* Matsuda H: Local development and networking in Biosphere Reserves, The 1st Asian conference on biocultural diversity, UNESCO, SCBD, Ishikawa Prefectural Government, UNU UNESCO, SCBD, Ishikawa Prefectural Government, UNU , Nanao, Ishikawa
Oct.18-22 Pew Marine Conservation Fellow Annual Meeting at Noordwijk
Oct 6 [F134]* Matsuda H, Katsukawa T, Takamoto Y: Design and evaluation of offshore marine protected areas, Techno Ocean 2016, Kobe
Sep 9 [F]* Matsuda H, Islam R, Nishijima S: The tragedy of the mitigation policy on climate change., The 2016 (26th) annual meeting of the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology, Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology, Fukuoka
Aug 1 [F133]* Matsuda H: UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme and payment for ecosystem services, Training for realizing a society in harmony with nature for the JICA-SDBEC Program, 1 August 2016, JICA, JICA Yokohama
 Jul.25 [F133]* Matsuda H: MAB Strategy and Lima Action Plan, Involving multi-stakeholders for biocultural diversity: Asian Biosphere Reserves Involving multi-stakeholders for biocultural diversity: Asian Biosphere Reserves, 25 July 2016, United Nations University Headquarters, Tokyo
Jul.7 [A120] Nishijima S, Furukawa T, Kadoya T, Ishihama F, Kastner T, Matsuda H, Kaneko N (in press) Evaluating the impacts of wood production and trade on bird extinction risks. Ecological Indicators 71: 368?376
 May 11  [f46] Learning for Biocultural Diversity: UNESCO’s Biosphere Reserves ; United Nations University, 11 May 2016, , Tokyo, Japan
Mar. 16, 2016 Organizer: 4th World Congress of Biosphere Reserve Side event "How to synergize multiple designation in biosphere reserves"; 4WCBR, Lima
Oct.18-22 Pew Marine Conservation Fellow Annual Meeting at Noordwijk
Feb. 14  [A119] Fujimaki A, Shioya K, Tagawa S, Matsuda H (accepted) A theoretical approachfor zone-based management ofthe deer population on Yakushima Island. Pop Ecol :, DOI:
Jan. 26 My PhD candidate student Oita Azusa is publishing an article in Nature GeoScience."Substantial nitrogen pollution embeHiroyuki MATSUDA's publication listded in international trade".
 9 Dec.  [F131 ppt]* Matsuda H: F, Saba
Dec. 8-11 uture Perspective of UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme, Towards Sustainable Development in Harmony with Nature in Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve, Promenade Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, JICA[Daily Express]
Oct. 15-19 Pew Marine Conservation Fellow Annual Meeting, Puerto Rico
Oct. 5-8 [f43] WG member: IPBES Scoping Meeting of Global assessment on biodiversity and ecosystem services; Zoological Research Museum, Bonn, Germany, 5 October 2015,
 Sep. 25 [A118] Oita A, Nagano I, Matsuda H (2015) NAn improved methodology for calculating the nitrogen footprint of seafood. Ecological Indicators 60:1091-1103.
 Sep. 7  Future vision of UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme, JICA Tokyo
 Sep.1-2  MAB Strategy Group Meeting, UNESCO Paris
Jul 28  Session 33, International Wililife Mangagement Congress, Sapporo
Feb.8 [A114] Ijima H, Ohta U, Fujimaki A, Matsuda H (in press) Efficient management for the Hokkaido population of sika deer Cervus nippon in Japan: accounting for migration and management cost. Pop Ecol 57: 397-408, DOI:10.1007/s10144-015-0478-1
   [A116] Matsuda H, Yumoto T, Okano T, Tetsuka K, Fujimaki A, .Shioya K (2015) An extension plan of Yakushima Biosphere Reserve as a case study of consensus building of islanders. J Ecol Env 3:, DOI:10.5141/ecoenv.2015.000
Apr.4, 2015  International Symposium on Conservation Planning under Uncertainties, Univ. of Tokyo (Hongo)
Nov.30 International Workshop on "Blue Carbon", Yokohama National University
Nov. 6 [F128]* Matsuda H: Avian collision risk management in wind turbines, 1st Meeting of Work group on Bird Strike Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Shinagawa, Tokyo
Sep. 24
[A111] Saitoh M, Momose H, Inoue S, Kurashima O,Matsuda H (2014) Range-expanding wildlife: predicting the future distribution of large mammals in Japan,, with management implications.. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. DOI:10.1080/13658816.2014.952301
Sep. 14 [F127]* Matsuda H: How did coastal fishers satisfy the global standard of nature protection in Shiretoko World Heritage? Local Action Influencing Global Policy ,ILEK Project First International Symposium Knowledge Translation: Bridging Gaps between Science and Society
Sep. 3-5 [f34] Matsuda H: Reviewer, IIASA Evaluation Committees,
July 28 [F122]* Matsuda H, Kotani K, Makino M : Maximum sustainable ecosystem services from multiple species systems., The Joint Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology and the Society for Mathematical Biology, 28 July 2014, Osaka International Convention Center, Osaka, Japan.
Apr. 15 [A110] Kadoya T, Takenaka A, Ishihama F, Fujita T, Ogawa M, Katsuyama T, Kadono Y, Kawakubo N, Serizawa S, Takahashi H, Takamiya M, Fujii S, Matsuda H, Muneda K, Yokota M, Yonekura K, Yahara T (in press) Crisis of Japanese vascular flora demonstrated by quantifying extinction risks for 1618 taxa. PLoS ONE :
Apr. 11 [F123] Matsuda H, Yumoto T, Okano T, Tetsuka K, Fujimaki A, .Shioya K: Deer management in Yakushima Biosphere Reserve as a case study of consensus building of islanders, The 6th East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies (EAFES) Congress, April 2014, Hainan,
Apr. 10 [f33] Liu SR, Matsuda H, Hu X, : Opening remark, The 6th East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies (EAFES) Congress
Mar. 7 [F122] Matsuda H: Fisheries institutions in Japan and South America, Overseas Perspectives on Japanese Fisheries Resource Management: Ocean’s Gifts (‘Megumi ’) and Food Security, JF Zengyoren, Hakuyo Hall, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
March [B40] Matsuda H (2014/3) World Natural Heritages in the Amur-Okhotsk Region. Proceedings of the 3rd Internaitonal Meeting of Amur-Okhotsk Consortium c/o Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University, Sapporo:79-82
2014 March, 2014
[B39 Matsuda H (2014/3) Necessity of adaptive risk management in fisheries and wildlife. In Kaneko N, Yoshiura S, Kobayashi M (eds), Sustainable Living with Environmental Risks Springer:99-109
Dec. 22 Matsuda H: Biennial report of EAFES activities, Executive Committee of East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies, Beijin
Dec. 3 [F121]* Matsuda H: Panelist, Leadership Development Programme for Sustainable Living with Environmental Risks Outcome Presentation Symposium, "Developing Leaders and the Role of Universities" Yokohama National University,
Nov. 26 [F121] Marine Management Plan of Shiretoko World Heritage as an Ecosystem management, Integrated ecosystem management from Hill to Ocean, The International Symposium on the Connectivity of Hills, Humans and Oceans(CoHHO)
Nov. 24 [F120]* Matsuda H: Paradigm shift of marine ecosystem fisheries management and metagenomics, International Symposium on Aquatic Metagenomics, 24 November 2013, Kitazato University
Nov. 15 [F119]* Matsuda H, Tanaka T: Relationship between world heritage and biosphere reserve: a comparative study between Yakushima and Shiretoko, 1st Meeting of Asia Parks Congress, 15 November 2013, Sendai,
Nov. 3-8 [f31] Matsuda H: Invited participants, Sustainable Management of Living Natural Resources, 4 November 2013-8 November 2013, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Oct.18 [f30] Matsuda H: Session organizer: Future Earth: Ideas for international integrated research for global sustainability, 2013 Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation Annual Meeting, 18 October 2013, The Grand Hotel Malahide, Ireland
Sep. 18 [f30] Matsuda H: Session organizer: Future Earth: Ideas for international integrated research for global sustainability, 2013 Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation Annual Meeting, 18 October 2013, The Grand Hotel Malahide, Ireland
Oct. 7 [F117]* Matsuda H: World Natural Heritages in the Amur-Okhotsk region , The 3rd Amur-Okhotsk Consortium, 7 October 2013, Urajiostok
Sep. 12 [f29] Uematsu M, Aoyama M, Kanda J, Matsuda H: Impact of the Fukushima accident on the marine environment, Meeting for European Ambasadors, 12 September 2013, Europa House, Azabu, Tokyo
Sep. 9 [F114]* Matsuda H: Biodiversity and ecosystem services in cultural landscapes, The 43rd Annual Conference of Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Potsdam,
Sep. 9 [F116]* Matsuda H: Panel: New Bridges between Ecology and Society - Japanese and European Experiences at the Science-Policy Interface, The 43rd Annual Conference of Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 9 September 2013, Potsdam,
Aug 30 [f28] Uematsu M, Aoyama M, Kanda J, Matsuda H: Impact of the Fukushima accident on the marine environment, Committee on industry, research and energy, 30 August 2013, Europa House, Azabu, Tokyo
Aug. 22 [F113] Situation of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Japanese Archipelago, Island biocultural diversity and traditional ecological knowledge, INTECOL, London, UK, 
June 14 [F111]* Matsuda H: Vulnerability of adaptive management, a simple management rule incorporating ecology and economy, Biological Reference Points for Fisheries Management under Environmental Changes (BEW), National Research Institute of Far Seas Fisheries,
May 9 [F110mov] Matsuda H: Seafood Safety and Public Policy, Exploring the impacts of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accidents on the Ocean, 9 May 2013, Woods Hole Ocean Institute
May 8 [F109] Matsuda H, Sakurai R: Preliminary results of Europe/North America case studies , Mote Marine Institute, Sarasota (from WHOI, MA), 8 May 2013
May 8 [A107] Miura G, Munakata A, Schreck CB, Noakes DLG, Matsuda H (in press) Effect of short-term decrease in water temperature on body temperature and involvement of testosterone in steelhead and rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology :
June 8 [A106] Shibata Y, Matsuishi T, Kitakado T, Murase H, Matsuoka K, Hakamada T, Matsuda H (2013) Effects of stratification and mis-specification of covariates in species distribution models for abundance estimation from virtual line transect survey data. Fisheries Science79:559-568
Apr 6 [F108] Matsuda H: Panelist for Open discussion forum: Opportunities for extending Japanese-German research collaborations on biodiversity and ecosystem services, Satoyama landscapes in Japan, Germany and beyond ? implementing biodiversity and ecosystem services as novel concepts for sustainable land management, 6 April 2013
Feb 12 [F107] Matsuda H: Technical Support for Residential Researcher by World/Japanese Network of Biosphere Reserves: a case study of Aya Biosphere Reserve. , Vigo Universtiy, 11 February 2013,

[A105] Sorgog K, Saito M, Hironaka Y, Higashiura Y, Matsuda H (2013) Influence of agricultural activities on grassland arthropod in Inner Mongolia. Environment and Natural Resources Research 3:33-41
Jan 21 [F106] Matsuda H: Transdisciplinarity in Regulatory Science; A case study of climate change, An International Workshop on Transdisciplinary Research on Global Environmental Issues, 21 January 2012, Core Research Hub, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto,
Jan 13, 2013 [f26] Matsuda H: : Moderator: Symposium in Impacts of offshore wind farms on wild birds, Japan Wildbird Society, 13 January 2013, St. Paul University, Tokyo

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Hiroyuki Matsuda received his Doctor of Science from Kyoto University in 1985. He is a professor of Yokohama National University since 2003. He specializes in ecology, fisheries science, and environmental risk management. He edited "Ecological Risk Management" published in 2021. He specializes in ecological risk studies, mathematical biology, fishery resource studies, and marine policy studies. He proposed Japan's first adaptive wildlife management for sika deer in Hokkaido, and was a Science Council member of the Shiretoko World Heritage site. He is a past president of the Ecological Society of Japan, a past president of the Society for Population Ecology, a past chairman of the Fisheries Policy Committee of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, a board member of the Japan Association for Ocean Policy, and a board member of EarthWatch Japan. He is also the chair of the Japanese Coordinating Committee for MAB (Man and the Biosphere) and a member of Japan National MAB Committee, the Chairperson of the Advisory Board of Marine Ecolabel Japan (MEL) Council. He published several Japanese textbook on ecology and risk management. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
1957 born in Ohmuta City, Fukuoka Pref., Japan
1980 Bachelar of Science, Kyoto University
1985 Doctor of Science, Dept. of Biophysics, Kyoto University
1986 Research Associate, Nippon Medical School,
1990 Senior Scientist, Japan Fisheries Agency
1991/92 Visiting Scientist, Univ. of Minnesota
1993 Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, Kyushu University
1996 Associate Professor, Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
2003 Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University
Environmental Risks, Mathematical Ecology, Fisheries Science Publication List
"The Evolution of Cooperation"(Robert Axelrod, translated into Japanese, HBJ/Mineruva),
"The Science of Death"(with Y. Shinagawa, Kobunsha)
"What is 'symbiosis'?"(Gendai Shokan, Co.Ltd)
"Environmental Ecology: An Introduction"(Kyoritsu Shuppan)
"Ecology for beginners" (Kyoritsu Shuppan)