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Satoquo SEINO Last modified date:2021.07.26

Associate Professor / Faculty of Engineering


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https://kyushu-u.pure.elsevier.com/en/persons/satoko-seino
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Academic Degree
Ph.D (Eng.)
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
No
Field of Specialization
Ecological Engineering, Coastal and Riverine Environmental Conservation Sciences, Aquatic Biology
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
00years00months
Research
Research Interests
  • Coastal and riverine environmental conservation. Ecological engineering. Consensus building. Endangered species habitat protection and restoration. Community-based management. Environmental planning and policy. Local knowledge, Traditional Ecological Knowledge. MPA(Marine Protected Area).
    keyword : coast (sandy beach, tidal flat), river, ecological engineering, environmental conservation, endangered species, estuary
    1987.04~2013.03.
Current and Past Project
  • Environmental programming and capacity building for measures of marine litter.
Academic Activities
Books
1. Satoquo SEINO / eDNA Methods Standardization Committee,The eDNA Society , Satoquo SEINO / eDNA Methods Standardization Committee, The eDNA Society , The eDNA Society , https://ednasociety.org/eDNA_manual_Eng_v2_1_3b.pdf, 2019.04, 環境DNAは日本が世界をリードする技術である。その普及や精度向上は、研究者にとって重要であるが、日本語マニュアルに加え、国際的な利用を促進するため英語マニュアルを刊行した。
2018年に一般社団法人環境DNA学会が設立された。清野聡子はその設立時からの理事、事業委員長である。 普及のために、調査・実験マニュアル委員会が組織され、清野は、海岸における現地調査地点の選定を中心に執筆している。.
2. Satoquo SEINO, Naoya FURUTA, "Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation in Practice",
In Renaud, F.G., Sudmeier-Rieux, K., Estrella, M., Nehren, U. (eds.)

Naoya Furuta and Satoquo Seino
"Progress and Gaps in Eco-DRR Policy and Implementation After the Great East Japan Earthquake.",, pp.295-313.(2016) 
, Springer, 2016.05.
Reports
1. National Land Formation Planning in Coastal Zones for Sustainable Use of Dynamically-changing Coastal Land.
Papers
1. Toshifumi Minamoto, Masaki Miya, Tetsuya Sado, Satoquo Seino, Hideyuki Doi, Michio Kondoh, Keigo Nakamura, Teruhiko Takahara, Satoshi Yamamoto, Hiroki Yamanaka, Hitoshi Araki, Wataru Iwasaki, Akihide Kasai, Reiji Masuda, Kimiko Uchii, An illustrated manual for environmental DNA research: Water sampling guidelines and experimental protocols., Environmental DNA, https://doi.org/10.1002/edn3.121, 2020; 00, 1-6, 2020.07, [URL], Environmental DNA (eDNA)-based assessments of macro-organisms have now become
an essential approach for biomonitoring. eDNA survey methods have a number
of advantages over conventional survey methods. However, the value of the data that
will accumulate would be greatly enhanced by standardizing the analysis methods,
which would allow us to compare data from multiple monitoring sites at different
points in time. The eDNA Society (http://ednas ociety.org/en/about), whose founding
members consist of Japanese researchers conducting eDNA studies on macroorganisms,
was established in 2018, with the aim of expanding eDNA technology and
science. Here, we introduce our key publication, “Environmental DNA Sampling and
Experiment Manual” (http://ednas ociety.org/en/manual), which was published under
the initiative of the eDNA Society. Detailed methods for the surveys and experiments
are described in the manual, including the selection of sampling sites, sampling
methods, filtration methods, DNA extraction, species-specific detection by real-time
polymerase chain reaction, and fish eDNA metabarcoding. The manual assists users
in conducting standardized surveys and quality experiments, and provides a basis
for collecting comparable data. Given that the efficacy of methods can be context
dependent and variable, and that procedures may sometimes conflict with standardization,
it is difficult to ensure that all processes are equally effective. However, even
in such cases, it is important to maintain sufficiently high data quality by setting the minimum standards to be followed. Implementation of such standardized methodologies will enable the systematic and frequent collection of flawless, comparable eDNA data from around the world; this will provide important fundamental information for biodiversity conservation, as well as the sustainable use of fisheries resources..
2. Satoquo SEINO, Yukiko ASHIKAGA, Takaaki UDA, Hiroki MIHARA and Seiji WATANABE and Yasuhiro OKI, Monitoring Topographic and Habitat Changes in Natural Sand Dunes after Setting Back
Seawall at Nakatsu Tidal Flat, Oita, Japan, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2011, pp.1093-1101, 2011.12.
3. MONITORING OF TOPOGRAPHIC AND HABITAT CHANGES ON NATURAL SAND DUNE AFTER SETTING-BACK OF SEAWALL IN NAKATSU TIDAL FLAT IN OITA PREFECTURE

Satoquo SEINO, Yukiko ASHIKAGA, Takaaki UDA, Hiroki MIHARA, Seiji WATANABE and Yasuhiro OKI.
4. SEINO S., UDA T. and ASHIKAGA Y., COMMUNITY-BASED COASTAL PLANNING FOR CONSERVATION OF HABITAT OF ENDANGERED SPECIES AND BIODIVERSITY IN NAKATSU TIDAL FLAT, JAPAN, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2009, Proc. 5th International Conf, 2009.11.
5. SEINO S., KOJIMA A., HINATA H, MAGOME S. and ISOBE A., Multi-Sectoral Research on East China Sea Beach Litter Based on Oceanographic Methodology and Local Knowledge, Journal of Coastal Research, Si 56, 1289 – 1292, ISSN 0749-0258, 2009.04.
Works, Software and Database
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Presentations
1. Marine Protected Areas as Solitary Island Regional Promotion – Framework for Solution Biodiversity Conservation and Trans-boundary Pollution.
Membership in Academic Society
  • Japanese Society of Civil Engineers
  • Japanese Society of Fishery Sciences
  • Japanese Oceanographic Society
  • Society of Fishery Oceanography
  • Japanese Society of Environmental Assessment
  • Japan Society of Ecology and Civil Engineering
Educational
Educational Activities
Ecological engineering on coasts and rivers.