Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(S):
The Hydrosphere and Socioeconomics in Modern Asia - Exploring a New Regional History Using a Database and Spatial Analysis
To write a new regional history focusing on interactions between human societies and natural environments in terms of water, a major task is to collect information on the nature in the past and to convert it into analytical data. Searching for new materials, reexamining conventional data from different perspectives, and fill in the vacuum of data with models and simulations are the crucial tactics. This section features essays introducing the key data and archives in this project and interviews with the scholars engaging in their analyses.
The Chinese Maritime Customs Service Archive①
Professor Takeshi Hamashita talks about the structure and the characteristics of the Chinese Maritime Customs Service Archive.
Exploring a New Historical Research through Application of Hydrological Models
Seemanta Sharma BHAGABATI
Dr. Seemanta Sharma BHAGABATI talks about a new historical research through application of hydrological models.
The Chinese Maritime Customs Service Archive②
Professor Takeshi Hamashita talks about the historical materials on meteorology and the hydrosphere included in the Chinese Maritime Customs Service Archive.
The Chinese Maritime Customs Service Archive③
Professor Takeshi Hamashita talks about the current situation regarding the Chinese Maritime Customs Service Archive.