In press

・ Sato, T. & Watanabe, K.
  Do stage-specific functional responses of consumers dampen the effects of subsidies on trophic cascades in streams?
 Journal of Animal Ecology


29.Sato, T., Watanabe, K., Fukushima, K., Tokuchi, N.
  Parasites and forest chronosequence: Long-term recovery of nematomorph parasites after clear-cut logging.
 Forest Ecology and Management 314: 166-171

 日本水産学会誌80: 233-240


 森林研究 78: 81-87

26.Miyahara, H., Yamada, H., Sato T., Harada, Y., Yamamoto, S. & Kawamura, K.
  Mitochondrial–nuclear discordance in the amago salmon, Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae, in the River Miya, Japan.
 Conservation Genetics 13: 1343-1353 [DOI: 10.1007/s10592-012-0378-2

25.Sato T.*, Watanabe K.*, Tamotsu S., Ichikawa A. and Schmidt-Rhaesa A.
  Diversity of nematomorph and cohabiting nematode parasites in riparian ecosystems around the Kii Peninsula, Japan.
 Canadian Journal of Zoology 90: 829-838 *Both authors contributed equally to the paper.

24.Sato T., Egusa T., Fukushima K, Oda T., Ohte N., Tokuchi N., Watanabe K., Kanaiwa M., Murakami I. & Lafferty K. D.
  Nematomorph parasites indirectly alter the food web and ecosystem function of streams through behavioral manipulation of their cricket hosts.
 Ecology Letters 15: 786-793 [DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2012.01798.x
(Selected as: "Editor's Choice" in Science, 337: 778 (2012))


23.Sato T., Watanabe K., Tokuchi N., Kamauchi H., Harada Y. & Lafferty K. D.
  A nematomorph parasite explains variation in terrestrial subsidies to trout streams in Japan.
 Oikos 120: 1595-1599

22.Sato T. & Gwo J-C.
  Demographic and genetic consequences of population subdivision in Formosa land-locked salmon Oncorhynchus masou formosanus, the southernmost subspecies of the salmonids in the northern hemisphere.
 Ichthyological Research 58:209-216

21.Sato T., Watanabe K., Kanaiwa M., Niizuma Y., Harada Y. & Lafferty K. D.
  Nematomorph parasites drive energy flow through a riparian ecosystem.
 Ecology 92: 201-207
 (研究成果は,京都新聞2011年4月15日版 25面,および読売新聞2011年5月16日版19面に掲載)

20.Sato T.
  Adult hairworms face the risk of ingestion by stream salmonid via predation on their cricket hosts.
 Limnology 12: 83-88


19.Sato T., Demise T., Kubota H., Nagoshi M. & Watanabe K.
  Hybridization, isolation and low genetic diversity of Kirikuchi charr, the southernmost populations of the genus Salvelinus (Teleostei:Salmonidae).
 Transactions of American Fisheries Society 139: 1758-1774


18.Schmidt-Rhaesa A. & Sato T.
  Gordionus chinensis and Gordionus kii sp. Nov. (Nematomorpha:Gordiida), new reposts of the genus Gordionus in Japan.
 Species Diversity 14: 61-67.

17.Sato T. & Harada Y.
  Human-induced population fragmentation and management of small, isolated Kirikuchi charr populations.
 Animal Conservation 13: 24-25.


16.Sato T., Watanabe K., Arizono M., Mori S. & Nagoshi M.
  Intergeneric hybridization between sympatric Japanese charr and masu salmon in a small mountain stream.
 North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28: 547-556
 (研究成果は,読売新聞2007年9月25日版 社会面に掲載)

15. Sato T., Sone R., Arizono M. & Nagoshi M.
  Effects of instream structures on Kirikuchi charr, the southern-most population of the genus Salvelinus, in a small mountain stream of Japan.
 Fisheries Science 74: 322-329.

14.Sato T., Arizono M., Sone R. & Harada Y.
  Parasite-mediated allochthonous input: Do hairworms enhance subsidised predation of stream salmonids on crickets?
 Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 231-235.

13.Sato T. & Harada Y.
  Loss of genetic variation and effective population size of Kirikuchi charr:implications for the management of small, isolated salmonid populations.
 Animal Conservation 11: 153-159.

12.Sato T. & Harada Y.
  Synchronous female spawning and male mating behaviour in land-locked population of Japanese charr Salvelinus leucomaenis japonicus.
 Zoological Science 25: 766-772.

11.Sato T & Kano Y.
  A simple technique for remote identification of individual spawning fishes.
 Journal of Fish Biology 73: 1072-1052.


10.Sato T.
  Threatened fishes of the world: Kirikuchi charr, Salvelinus leucomaenis japonicus Oshima, 1961 (Salmonidae).
 Environmental Biology of Fishes: 78, 217–218.

 魚類学雑誌: 54, 79–85.


 保全生態学研究: 11, 13–20.

 関西自然保護機構: 28, 63–66.

 環境教育: 16, 61–64.

5.Sato T.
  Occurrence of deformed fish and their fitness-related traits in Kirikuchi charr Salvelinus leucomaenis japonicus, the southernmost
 population of the genus Salvelinus.

 Zoological Science: 23, 593–599.

4.Sato T.
  Dramatic decline in population abundance of Salvelinus leucomaenis after a severe flood and debris flow in a high gradient stream.
 Journal of Fish Biology: 69, 1849–1854.


3.佐藤拓哉・名越 誠.
 関西自然保護機構会誌: 27, 35-43.(2005年度 四手井綱英記念賞受賞.)

 保全生態学研究を活かした環境教育の実践―世界最南限のイワナ個体群"キリクチ" を題材として―.
 保全生態学研究: 10, 93–94.


 魚類学雑誌: 51, 51–59.