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research scientist

Katsufumi Sato, Japanese research scientist. Achievements include research in overwintering at Japanese Antarctic station; research in King penguin and Adelie penguin study at French sub-Antarctic station, 1996-1997; research in Weddell seal studies at Japanese Antarctic station, 1998-2000 and United States Antarctic station, 2000. Member of Japanese Sea Turtle Conference (associate).

Background

Sato, Katsufumi was born on July 4, 1967 in Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Son of Yuichi and Hiroko Sato.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Kyoto University, 1995.

Career

Research fellow Japanese Society Promotion of Science, Tokyo, 1995—1997. Research associate National Institute of Polar Research, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in overwintering at Japanese Antarctic station. Research in King penguin and Adelie penguin study at French sub-Antarctic station, 1996-1997. Research in Weddell seal studies at Japanese Antarctic station, 1998-2000 and United States Antarctic station, 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (scientific papers) various professional journals.

Membership

Member of Japanese Sea Turtle Conference (associate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fishing, soccer.

Connections

Married Mina Atsuji, July 4, 2001.

father:
Yuichi Sato

mother:
Hiroko Sato

spouse:
Mina Atsuji