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Measurement and Evaluation

Our environment is composed of many complex physical, chemical and biological systems with which we interact and which interact with one another; the oceans and the atmosphere are two very clear examples. Measurement and Evaluation examines the theoretical principles and models, experimental methods and technologies and the analytical processes necessary to evaluate these systems and their interactions.

Fukatsu, Susumu

Professor

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Fukunaga, Alex

Associate Professor
Ph.D.
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Ito, Motomi

Professor
Doctor of Science
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Kakimura, Naonori

Ph.D
Lecturer
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Matsuo, Motoyuki

Professor
Doctor of Science
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Shefferson, Richard

Associate Professor
MS (Univ California, Berkeley) PhD (Univ California, Berkeley)
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Shimada, Masakazu

Professor
PhD (Natural Science: Biology)
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Woodward, Jonathan

Associate Professor
MA (Oxon) DPhil (Oxon)
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Yamaguchi, Kazunori

Professor
Dr. Sc.
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