Yoshimi Fujioka

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A pelagic bacterial community structure was examined in experimental intensive shrimp culture ponds that have a shrimp-mangrove complex aquaculture system, and extensive shrimp culture pond and a mangrove area in Thailand by denaturant gradient gel electrophoresis analysis of polymerase chain reaction amplified partial 16S rRNA genes. Bacterial community(More)
Mangroves play important roles in providing a range of ecosystem services, mitigation of strong waves, protection of coastlines against erosion, maintenance of water quality, and carbon sink in the context of global warming. For trees in mangrove forests in southern Ranong Province, Thailand, we investigated the allometric relationship between crown area(More)
An experiment in which water was circulated between shrimp aquaculture ponds stocked with 10000 or 20000 PL-15 stage Penaeus monodon, and mangrove enclosures each planted with 476 Rhizophora mucronata per enclosure, was carried out at the Samut Songkhram Coastal Aquatic Research Station, Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University, Thailand. Shrimp survival(More)
A model experiment in which water was circulated between shrimp aquaculture ponds (Ponds 1, 2, and 5), and mangrove enclosures (Ponds 3 and 4), was carried out at the Samut Songkhram Coastal Aquatic Research Station, Thailand, from March through July 2003. Five ponds with a size of 40m×20m and 1.5m deep were used for this experiment. Ten thousand shrimp(More)
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