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Shigeki Mayama Japan
*Mayama Lab. / Tokyo Gekugei University

Kazuhiro Katoh
*Experimental Station for Landscape Plants / The University of Tokyo

Hiroshi Omori
*Laboratory of Biometry and Bioinformatics / The University of Tokyo

Satoquo Seino
*Urban and Environment Engineering / Kyusyu University

Lee Jung Ho Korea
Cheong Cheol
*Daegu University

Eduardo A. Lobo Alcayaga Brazil
*Universidad de santa cruz do sul

Andrzej Witkowski Poland
*University of Szczecin

Matthew Julius USA
*St. Cloud State University

Rattanaporn Srivibool Thai
*Burapha University

Ptumporn Muangphra
*Silpakorn University

Regine Jahn Germany
*Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem

Paul B. Hamilton Canada
*Research Division, Canadian Museum of Nature

Maxim Kulikovskiy Russia
Irina Kuznetsova
*Institute for Biology of Inland Waters Russian Academy of Sciences

Ya-Hui Gao China
*Xiamen University

Luc Ector Luxembourg
*Public Research Centre - Gabriel Lippmann

Karthick Balasubramanian India
Alakananda B
Supriya Guruprasad
*Agharkar Research Institute
*Gubbi Labs

Rachna Nautiyal
*VSKC Govt. PG College, Dakpathar

Tri R. Soeprobowati Indonesia
*Diponegoro University

Edward A. Barlaan Philippins
*Institute of Biology
University of the Phillipines Diliman

Cüneyt Nadir Solak Turkey
*Dumlupınar University

Jako van der Wal Netherlands

Nina Lundholm Denmark
*The Natural History Museum of Denmark – University of Copenhagen

Athena Economou-Amilli Greece
*National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Elena Nevrova Ukraine
*Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas

Oleg Kovtun
*Mechnikov Odessa National University

Ali Ferjani Japan Tunisia
*Ferjani Ali Lab. / Tokyo Gekugei University

Somayyeh Kheiri Tunisia
* Islamic Azad University, Garmsar Branch

Jonathan C. Taylor South Africa
* North-West University
The DiatomProject is supported by collaborating researchers from around the world, under the guidance of the Mayama lab at Tokyo Gakugei University. The goals include promoting peoples' awareness of the aquatic environment by using SimRiver and its supplementary materials at this website, moreover, we hope to deepen understanding and cooperation among individuals from all countries by comparing learning outcomes.

To inquire about SimRiver and its supplementary materials please contact: diatom@waterside.jp

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