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List of Grant Awarded General Researches

List of Grant Awarded General Researches

Since the establishment of the Foundation in August 1974 and the start of awarding grants to research studies for the environmental cleanup and conservation of the Tama River and its basin in 1975, the Foundation has show those studies have been completed.

 

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List of Grant Awarded General Researches  (Page:1)

FY Number Project Principal
Investigator
Affiliation
(at that time)
2018 240 Survey on digitization of old literature, photographs, etc. concerning mainly fishery, fishing gear, and fishing method in Tamagawa River Shozo Yamamichi Representative Director, Tamagawa-Center (NPO)
2018 239 Study on Breeding Distribution of the Peregrine Falcon in Tama River and Akikawa River Basin in TokyoAkikawa River Basin in Tokyo Nozomu Mitarai Tama Mountain Hawk-eagle Research Team
2018 238 Amount of fixed point observation stations across the TAMA River with a linen cloth under running water in radionuclide investigations Shouko Aeimiya Non-Profit Organization R.I.La
2018 237 Seasonal distribution of the Endo's pipistrelle, which is listed as vulnerpipistrelle on the Red Data Book 2014 of Ministry of the Environment, in Tama River basin. Tatsuya Kasahi Tokyo Bat Research Group
2018 236 Resident participation monitoring of organisms and environments in an agricultural canal improved for habitation by aquatic organisms Kazuya Nishida Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Agriculture・Agriculture  Part-time lecturer
2018 235 Making the Inhabiting information map about Micromys minutus in mid-stream of Tama river and suggestion of the conservation Futoshi Inoue Director Wild Lives Watchers
2017 234 Structure and Remnants of Tamagawa Waterway Network, Part2 Goromaru Tsujino Representative, Tamagawa Josui (Water Supply System) Region Research Group
2017 233 Surveys for Evaluating the Nogawa River Spring Water Corridor and Conserving Groundwater Hiroshi Kamiya Study group for Water Path
2017 232 Survey of the Remains of Irrigation Facilities in the Shinagawa Irrigation Network Kazuji Watabe ( 水縁空間デザイン研究所 代表 )
2017 231 Research Examining Trends Identified from the Results of a Long-term Ongoing Survey of Wild Birds in the Asa River and Their Relationship to Environmental Change Kazuo Kasuya President of KAWASEMI Birding Society of Hachioji-Hino
2017 230 Study on Birds Using Cutover Area at Mountainous District in Tama River and Akikawa River Basin, Japan Takashi Yamaguchi Tama Mountain Hawk-eagle Research Team
2017 229 Survey of Sika Deer Habitats in the Mount Mitake Region to Protect the Habitat of the Endangered Species Anemonopsis macrophylla Iori Tabata The representative of Society of the Japanese Serow Tokyo
2017 228 Radioactive Contamination of Soil around the Middle Reaches of the Tama River and Its Tributaries, and the Biological Impact Thereof Shoko Amemiya Chairperson, Nonprofit Organization R. I. La
2017 227 Use of Tama River’s Water in Saitama Prefecture—Nobidome Canal Katsunobu Kosaka ( 産業考古学会理事、水車と臼分科会代表 )
2016 226 Research on the configuration and remains of the Tamagawa Josui (Water Supply System) and its water diversion network Goromaru Tsujino Representative, Tamagawa Josui (Water Supply System) Region Research Group
2016 225 Study for continuing citizen’s environmental field work in the Tama River estuary Michio Gomyo Association for Shore Environment Creation
2016 224 Bat fauna surveys by using harp traps as well as mist nets of forests along Tama River in Tokyo and an attempt to build a bat call library Tatsuya Kasahi Tokyo Bat Research Group
2016 223 Uncovering of “The Story of Tama” (folktales and legends) and narrative performances Keiko Hirano Vice-chairperson and Director of the Education and Culture Department, The Beautiful Tama River Forum
2015 222 Features of Geological Terrain Heritage of Tama River Basin expressed by Tint Sketch Method and Public Relations-Does Tachikawa Fault really exists?- Akemi Nojiri ( スケッチ地盤工学者 )
2015 221 Temporal Changes in the Distribution of Freshwater Turtles in the Tama River Watershed Masahiro Sato Director, Certified Nonprofit Organization SEITAI KOUBOU (Ecology Workshop)