Welcome to Dr. S. Kameyama's website!

   After the Industrial Revolution, development of science and technology have supported our convenient life. On the other hand, anthropogenic activities have continued to influence global climate change and global warming. One of the most influential contributors of the change is "imbalance of chemical species", and we are investigating the chemical species such as volatile organic carbon, greenhouse gases, black carbon and so on. Here, we introduce our research activities.
   We are "really" looking for new students to our lab. Please don't hesitate to contact to me by e-mail or phone call if you are interested in our research.

INFORMATION

2018-1-28
Dr. Kameyama and Ms. Bui had presentations in Fifth International Symposium on Arctic Research (ISAR-5) (Jan 15-18 2018, Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo).

S. Kameyama, K. Sugie, A. Fujiwara, S.Nishino, Response of dimethyl sulfide production by phytoplankton to change in multiple environmental stressors in the western Arctic Ocean.
O. T. N. Bui, S. Kameyama, Y. Kawaguchi, D. Sasano, M. Ishii, S. Nishino, N. Kosugi, U. Tsunogai, H. Yoshikawa-Inoue, Influence of warm-core eddy on dissolved methane distribution in the southwestern Canada Basin during late summer/early fall 2015.
2017-9-15
Dr. Kameyama and Ms. Bui had presentations in the annual meeting of the Geochemical Society of Japan (Sep 13-15 2017, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo). Dr. Kameyama organized a special session "Geochemistry in ocean-air boundary layer (SOLAS)".
2017-5-25
Dr. Kameyama and Ms. Bui had presentations in JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017 (May 20-25 2017, Makuhari Messe, Chiba).

S. Kameyama, K. Sugie, A. Fujiwara, S.Nishino, Response of dimethyl sulfide production by phytoplankton to change in multiple environmental stressors in the western Arctic Ocean.
2017-3-23
Ms. Mahomi Inagawa obtained Mater's degree in Environmental Science and left our lab. Inagawa-san, I'm really honoured to have been your supervisor.
2017-1-18
Dr. Sohiko Kameyama participated in NETCARE Arctic DMS workshop (Jan 17-18 2017), Sidney, Canada.

DMS(P) researches in the Arctic Ocean by collaboration between Japan and South Korea.
Sohiko Kameyama, Mahomi Inagawa, Thi Ngoc Oanh Bui (Hokkaido Univ.), Hiroshi Tanimoto (NIES), Koji Sugie, Shigeto Nishino (JAMSTEC), Jinyoung Jung, Eun Jin Yang and Sung-Ho Kang (KOPRI)
2016-8-25
Dr. Sohiko Kameyama and Ms. Thi Ngoc Oanh Bui (D2) participated a research cruise held in the Arctic Ocean by Korean IBRV Araon from Aug 3 to Aug 22.
   
2016-3-24
Ms. Mahomi Inagawa (M1) finished International Antarctic Institute Curriculum. Well done!

2015-11-19
Ms. Thi Ngoc Oanh Bui (D1) presented her work in the Sixth Symposium on Polar Science.

Dissolved methane distribution in surface seawater and its controlling factors in mid- and high-latitudes in the Southern Ocean
Thi Ngoc Oanh Bui, Sohiko Kameyama, Hisayuki Yoshikawa-Inoue (Hokkaido Univ.), Masao Ishii , Daisuke Sasano (MRI), Katsuro Katsumata, Hiroshi Uchida (JAMSTEC)
2015-10-6
Dr. Sohiko Kameyama and Ms. Mahomi Inagawa (M1) participated a research cruise held in the Arctic Ocean (MR15-03 Leg. 1, R/V Mirai, JAPMSTEC) from Aug 24 to Oct 6 2015.
  
 
2015-7-10
Dr. Sohiko Kameyama and Ms. Mahomi Inagawa had an oceanic observation at Akkeshi Marine Station from Jul 4 to Jul 10.
 
2015-4-1
Dr. Sohiko Kameyama was promoted from assistant professor to associate professor. Dr. Kameyama can be the chief examiner for PhD thesis.
Ms. Thi Ngoc Oahn Bui (D1) and Ms. Mahomi Inagawa joined our lab member.

Contact

Faculty of Environmental Earth Science, Hokkaido University, Kita 10 Nishi 5, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0810, Japan
Dr. Sohiko Kameyama

Room No.: C-208
Phone: +81-11-706-2369 FAX: +81-11-706-2247
e-mail: skameyama(at)ees.hokudai.ac.jp 
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