Announcement of nomination for the Environmental Science Prize
of the Oceanographic Society of Japan
The Oceanographic Society of Japan (JOS) is receiving nominations for the JOS Environmental Science Prize which will be awarded at the 2023 JOS spring meeting.
The JOS Environmental Science Prize is awarded to member(s) of the Society who has made outstanding contributions to the progress of academic research, enlightenment and/or educational outreach related to marine environmental problems. For details and purposes of the establishment of the award, please refer to “the purpose of establishment” of the Award on the Society’s website (https://kaiyo-gakkai.jp/jos/en/about/jos_awards) or Chapter 6, Article 37 of the Rules of the Society.
This award is given to members who are highly regarded for their activities related to the marine environment. In the selection process, emphasis is placed on the significance of the nominee’s activities based on his/her expertise. Candidates for the award are selected from a combination of recommendations from JOS members (self-recommendation is possible) and those from the selection committee. If a large number of candidates are recommended, young researchers will be given priority. We encourage you to recommend outstanding members worthy of this award.
Recommendations must be written in English or Japanese and should include the followings.
- The nominee’s full name, affiliation and title
- The nominee’s activity subject for the prize
- Description of the nominee’s achievements for the prize
- The nominator (*)’s full name, affiliation, email address and date of submission
*Self-nomination is possible
- List of nominee’s relevant scientific achievements, e.g., publications
Please send the recommendation by mail or e-mail to
Award Committee of JOS Environmental Science Prize
Mainichi Academic Forum, Floor-9, Palace-side Building
1-1-1 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0003, Japan
email@example.com [Subject: the Environmental Science Prize of JOS]
Deadline: Applications must reach us no later than September 9th, 2022
The winners in the past
2010 Satoko Seino／2011 Yu Umezawa／2012 Yuichi Hayami／2013 Haruko Kurihara／2014 Jyota Kanda／2015 Hideaki Nomura／2016 Naoki Fujii／2017 Kazuhiko Ichimi／2018 Jing Zhang／2019 Hideki Fukuda／2020 Michio Kawamiya／2021 Ryota Nakajima／2022 Masahiko Fujii