Takashi TodaResearch Group
Museum Studies Research Group
Ph. D. (Science)
Explaining the Coriolis Force inside the museum's rotating room.
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CareerI graduated in geophysics from the Faculty of Science of Kyoto University and completed a doctorate degree at the same university. Afterwards, I worked at the National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention under a Domestic Research Fellowship of the Science and Technology Agency, and from April 1992 in the Lake Biwa Museum Project Office, Shiga Prefecture Board of Education.
Specialty1. Monitoring of lake environments by infrared remote sensing from the ground.
2. Methodologies to research weather phenomena using participation of local residents.
3. Research of ways of using information technology in the museum.
4. Systems to facilitate cooperation between the museum and similar facilities and schools.
Key Words of ResearchInfrared remote sensing, weather research with participation of residents, museum information theory, museum cooperation.
Professional Society MembershipThe Japanese Society of Limnology, Japanese Society of Physical Hydrology, Japan Society for Science Education, the Oceanographic Society of Japan.
Readily Accessible Research Contributions
- Toda, T. and Matsui, K. (1999) Biwako-Das: Public Collaboration in Meteorological Observation with a Computer Communication Network, Integrated Environmental Management: Development, Information and Education in the Asian-Pacific Region, ed. by Y. Itakura, J. S. Eades, F. D'Itri, M. Kawashima, S. Endoh and H.Kitamura, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton: pp.253-260.
- Toda, T., Imasato, N. and Takeda, A. (1993) Variability of the Kuroshio observed from satellite thermal imagery, Satellite Remote Sensing of the Oceanic Environment, ed. by I.S.F.Jones et al., Seibutsu Kenkyusha, Tokyo: 357-363.