Mayama, S., Julius, M., Balasubramanian , K., Kato, K. and Omori, H. (2021) A water education programme changing stewardship. Impact 2021(3): 35-37.
Satomi, K., Mayama, S., Saito-KAato, M. (2018) Water quality change indicated by past and present diatom samples collected from Tama River: Basic research toward the development of educational program for understanding relationship between human activity and river environment change using diatoms.Bull. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. Div. Nat. Sci. 70: 31-53. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S., Satomi, K. and Karthick, B. (2018) Environmental issues seen in Indian school text books. Jpn. J. Biol. Educ. 59: 191?196. (in Japanese)
Murakami, J. and Mayama, S. (2016) Creation of "A town coexisted with river" in junior high school science: environmental simulation with a storyusing "SimRiver" software. Environmental Education Research 25:39-52. (in Japanese)
Kosakai, K. and Mayama, S. (2015) Environmentaleducation in high school for understanding river environment changing over long periods of time: A class activity using preserved diatom slides, simulation software and video images of an old river. Bull. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. Div. Nat. Sci. 67:33-34.
Mayama, S. (2012) Bioindicator algae. 2. Diatoms. p.364-366. In Watanabe, M. M. et al. (eds) Handbook of Algae -Their Diversity and Utilization. NTS Inc., Tokyo. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S., Katoh, K., Omori, H., Seino, S., Osaki, H., Julius, M., Lee, J.H., Cheong, C., Lobo, E.A.., Witkowski, A., Srivibool, R., Muangphra, P., Jahn, R., Kulikovskiy, M.., Hamilton, P.B., Gao, Y.H., & Ector, L. (2011) Progress toward the construction of an international web-based educational system featuring improved "SimRiver" for understanding of river environments. Asian Journal of Biology Education 5: 2-14.
Lee, J.H., Cheong, C., Kwon, N.J., Kim, Y.J., Park, H.G., Mayama, S., Katoh K. and Omori, H. (2011) Trial of educational computer simulation software 'SimRiver' for assessment of river water quality for environmental education in schools. Environmental Education 24(1): 40-48. (published by Korean Soceity of Environmental Education) (in Korean)
Hoffer, J., Mayama, S., Lingle, K., Conroy, K., & Julius, M. (2011). SimRiver, environmental modeling software for the secondary science classroom. Science Scope, 34(5): 29-33.
Mayama, S., Watanabe, T., Katoh, K. & Ohmori, H. (2009) The application of SimRiver as a data resource for the study of biodiversity in higher education. Environmental Education Research 18: 23-37. (in Japanese)
Nakamura, M., Mayama, S. & Katoh, H. (2008) A program to promote students' awareness to river environment at a junior high school: A case study of environmental education featuring a simulation-software "SimRiver". Environmental Education Research 17: 61-78. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S., Katoh, K.., Ohmori, H., Seino, S., Kokubuda, K., & Oshikata, K. (2008) Trial and evaluation of "SimRiver": Educational simulation software for assessment of river water quality using diatoms. Jpn. J. Biol. Educ. 48: 10-20. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S., Takahashi, O. & Yuasa, T. (2007) A case study of training students as science communicators in a teaching training college under the college system. J. Sci. Educ. Japan 31(4): 380-390. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S. (2006) Study of water quality in river and lake with diatoms. Water environment elucidated by micro organisms. In Okazaki, M. and Fujisawa, K. (eds) Scientific subjects leading improvement of scholastic ability: Promotion of a motivation to study focusing on power to utilize knowledge in biology education. pp. 70-73. Tokyo Hourei, Tokyo. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S. (2005) A novel approach to the popularization of diatomology: An exhibition of diatoms, presented as a fusion of science and art (4). Diatom 21: 61-70.
Katoh, A, Mayama, S., Ohmori, H. & Seino, S. (2004) Construction of "SimRiver": a simulation program for river epilithic diatom assemblage composition. Jpn. J. Educ. Technol. 28: 217-226. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S. (2003) Environmental education using diatoms. Natural Science Museum News. no. 406: 11-13. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S. (2001) An educational tool for learning water environment using diatoms on Internet. Sorui 49: 219-220. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S. (1999) Taxonomic revisions to the differentiating diatom groups for water quality evaluation and some comments for taxa with new designations. Diatom 15: 1-9.
Mayama, S. (1998) Diatoms in rivers. In Chiba Prefectural Historical Sources Research Institute (ed.) Natural history in Chiba Prefecture. 4. Plant in Chiba 1. Chiba Prefecture.
Mayama, S., Ueyama, S., Mayama, N. & Kobayasi, H. (1996) A video program showing the procedure for collection and observation of diatoms used for evaluation of river water quality. In: Kitano, H. et al. (eds) Biology Education to Nonbiology Majors. Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the Asian Association for Biology Education. p.184-189. AABE, Tokyo.
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Katoh, K. (1991) Spatial and temporal variation of diatom assemblages composition in a partly polluted river. Jpn. J. Limnol. 52: 229-239.
Katoh, K. (1991) A comparative study on some pollution indices using diatoms. Diatom 6: 11-17.
Kobayasi, H. & Mayama, S. (1989) Evaluation of river water quality by diatoms. Korean J. Phycol. 4: 121-133.
Kobayasi, H., Mayama, S., Asai, K. & Nakamura, S. (1985) Occurrence of diatoms collected from variously polluted rivers in Tokyo and its vicinity, with special reference to the correlation between relative frequency and BOD5. Bull. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. Sect. 4. 37: 21-46. (in Japanese)
Mayama, S. & Kobayasi, H. (1984) The separated distribution of the two varieties of Achnanthes minutissima Kuetz. according to the degree of river water pollution. Jap. J. Limnol. 45: 304-312.
Kobayasi, H. & Mayama, S. (1982) Most pollution-tolerant diatoms of severely polluted rivers in the vicinity of Tokyo. Jap. J. Phycol. 30: 188-196.
Kobayasi, H. & Mayama, S. (1981) Comparative studies on the methods for water quality assessment using diatoms in severely polluted rivers. water and Waste 23: 1190-1198. (in Japanese)