Projet Grand Maillet is named after the first new research vessel built for the International Coastal Research Center
in Otsuchi since the disaster. The name of Otsuchi town means ‘big maillet’ in English and ‘grand maillet’ in French.
 
 

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TEAMS International Symposium on March 2016【finished】
International Symposium on Restoration after Great East Japan Earthquake
-Our Knowledge on the Ecosystem and Fisheries-

2-4 March 2016, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Symposium Info


■Organized and sponsored by:
Tohoku Ecosystem-Associated Marine Sciences (TEAMS)
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
      
■Supported by:
Otsuchi Town, Onagawa Town, Iwate Prefecture, and Miyagi Prefecture
      
■Dates:  2–4 March 2016
      
■Venue: Yayoi Auditorium and Annex, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
      
■Aim: On March 11,2011, a huge earthquake and tsunami hit the Tohoku area in Japan, caused serious damages to the people, towns, industries and marine environments. Japanese scientists launched a 10-years project, “Tohoku Ecosystem-Associated Marine Sciences (TEAMS)” supported by MEXT in Jan 2012 and have conducted multidisciplinary research for clarifying the changes of the environments and for helping local people especially fishermen to restore their industries. Nearly 5 years have passed since the disaster. This should be a right time to summarize our current scientific knowledge and also to clarify what scientists should do for the society after such natural events detrimental to human society.
  The aims of this symposium are, first, to show the achievements of TEAMS, second to know the similar research in other countries, third to figure out future scientific issues and finally to clarify the way how scientists can contribute to the society. 
      
■Contact: Kazuhiro Kogure
 Projet Grand Maillet, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
■email: teams@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp
→Details  https://webpark1662.sakura.ne.jp/symposium/

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