OKEON Churamori Project - Browsing Ant Survey Video: The research team from OKEON Churamori Project works on the monitoring and control activities for the Browsing ant As part of the OKEON Churamori Project, OIST is involved in monitoring and control activities for the Browsing ant from August 2020. Video appeared in the article 'OIST Participates in Collaboration Agreement for Conservation and Management of World Natural Heritage Sites in Northern Okinawa and Iriomote Island'. Date: 19 August 2021 Creator: kyoji-nakao Copyright OIST (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, 沖縄科学技術大学院大学). Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Tags SDGs Collaboration with Education Collaboration with Government Share on: Related Videos Temperature Gathering Buoys Temperature sensors from OIST get a ride on the Japanese Coast Guard’s navigational buoys. Collecting temperature data around Okinawa is part of the large ocean monitoring system that the Marine Biophysics Unit will be installing throughout the year. Okinawan Soundscapes For generations, researchers have thought about ecology in terms of the landscape. Now, new technology and methods are allowing scientists to record and examine the particular "soundscape" of a place. OIST Science Festival 2021 livestream Watch the recorded livestream of the OIST Science Festival 2021 here.