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Theme 1

Journal Publications

Peer-Reviewed
  1. C. Haga, T. Matsui, T. Machimura (2016) A development of simulation process of landscape diversity in satoyama landscape for future scenario assessment -using the LANDIS-II model and the modified Satoyama index-, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research), 72-6, p.II_299-II_309, DOI:10.2208/jscejer.72.II_299. (in Japanese)
  2. B. A. Johnson, H. Scheyvens, H. Samejima, M. Onoda (2016) Characteristics of the Remote Sensing Data Used in the Proposed Unfccc Redd+ Forest Reference Emission Levels (FRELs). ISPRS - International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, XLI-B8, p.669-672.
  3. K. Shoyama, C. Kamiyama, J. Morimoto, M. Ooba, T. Okuro (2017) A review of modeling approaches for ecosystem services assessment in the Asian region. Ecosystem Services, 26-B, p.316-328, DOI:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.03.013.
  4. O. Saito (2017) Future science-policy agendas and partnerships for building a sustainable society in harmony with nature. Sustainability Science, 12, p.895-899, DOI:10.1007/s11625-017-0475-8.
  5. T. Kishioka, S. Hashimoto, M. Nishi, O. Saito, R. Kohsaka (2017) Fostering cooperation between farmers and public and private actors to expand environmentally friendly rice cultivation: intermediary functions and farmers' perspectives. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 15-5, p.593-612.
  6. T. Plieninger, R. Kohsaka, C. Bieling, S. Hashimoto, C. Kamiyama, T. Kizos, M. Penker, P. Kieninger, B. J. Shaw, G. B. Sioen, Y. Yoshida, O. Saito (2017) Fostering biocultural diversity in landscapes through place-based food networks: A 'solution scan' of European and Japanese models. Sustainability Science, 13-1, p.219-233.
  7. M. Ishikawa, K. Matsuhashi, Y. Kanamori, T. Ariga (2017) Method of grasping detailed regional distribution of vacant dwelling based on the number of dwellings and households, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 52-3, p.689-695, DOI:10.11361/journalcpij.52.689. (in Japanese)
  8. O. Saito, C. Kamiyama, S. Hashimoto (2018) Non-Market Food Provision and Sharing in Japan's Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes. Sustainability, 10, 213, DOI:10.3390/su10010213.
  9. R. C. Estoque, T. Togawa, M. Oba, K. Gomi, S. Nakamura, Y. Hijioka, Y. Kameyama (2018) A review of quality of life (QOL) assessments and indicators: Towards a 'QOL-Climate' assessment framework. Ambio, 48-6, p.619-638.
  10. S. Hashimoto, R. DasGupta, K. Kabaya, T. Matsui, C. Haga, O. Saito, K. Takeuchi (2019) Scenario analysis of land-use and ecosystem services of social-ecological landscapes: implications of alternative development pathways under declining population in the Noto Peninsula, Japan. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.53-75.
  11. K. Kabaya, S. Hashimoto, N. Fukuyo, T. Uetake, K. Takeuchi (2019) Investigating future ecosystem services through participatory scenario building and spatial ecological-economic modelling. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.77-88.
  12. T. Uetake, K. Kabaya, K. Ichikawa, N. Moriwake, S. Hashimoto (2019) Quantitative analysis of national biodiversity strategy and action plans about incorporating integrated approaches in production landscapes. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 1-25.
  13. R. DasGupta, S. Hashimoto, H. Gundimeda (2019) Biodiversity/ecosystem services scenario exercises from the Asia-Pacific: typology, archetypes and implications for sustainable development goals (SDGs). Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.241-257.
  14. R. DasGupta, S. Hashimoto, T. Okuro, M. Basu (2019) Scenario-based land change modelling in the Indian Sundarban delta: an exploratory analysis of plausible alternative regional futures. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.221-240.
  15. S. Hashimoto, Y. Sato, H. Morimoto (2019) Public-private collaboration in allotment garden operation has the potential to provide ecosystem services to urban dwellers more efficiently. Paddy and Water Environment, DOI:10.1007/s10333-019-00734-1.
  16. O. Saito, C. Kamiyama, S. Hashimoto, T. Matsui, K. Shoyama, K. Kabaya, T. Uetake, H. Taki, Y. Ishikawa, K. Matsushita, F. Yamane, J. Hori, T. Ariga, K.Takeuchi (2019) Co-design of national-scale future scenarios in Japan to predict and assess natural capital and ecosystem services. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.5-21.
  17. K. Tatebayashi, C. Kamiyama, T. Matsui, O. Saito, T. Machimura (2019) Accounting shadow benefits of non-market food through food-sharing networks on Hachijo Island, Japan. Sustainability Science, 14-2, p.469-486.
  18. T. Matsui, C. Haga, O. Saito, S. Hashimoto (2019) Spatially Explicit Residential and Working Population Assumptions for Projecting and Assessing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services in Japan. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.23-37.
  19. K. Shoyama, T. Matsui, S. Hashimoto, K. Kabaya, A. Oono, O. Saito (2019) Development of land-use scenarios using vegetation inventories in Japan. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.39-52.
  20. K. Hori, C. Kamiyama, O. Saito (2019) Exploring the relationship between ecosystems and human well-being by understanding the preferences for natural capital-based and produced capital-based ecosystem services. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.107-118.
  21. H. Ryu, M. Basu, O. Saito (2019) What and how are we sharing? A systematic review of the sharing paradigm and practices. Sustainability Science, 14-2, p.515-527.
  22. B. A. Johnson, R. Dasgupta, A. D. Mader, H. Scheyvens (2019) Understanding national biodiversity targets in a REDD+ context. Environmental Science & Policy, 92, p.27-33.
  23. Y. Kameyama (2019) An Investigation of Trade-offs and Synergies between Climate Change and Ecosystem Conservation Policies in Japan, Environmental Information Science, 48-4, p.74-79. (in Japanese)
  24. T. Fujita, T. Ariga, H. Ohashi, Y. Hijioka, K. Fukasawa (2019). Assessing the potential impacts of climate and population change on land-use changes projected to 2100 in Japan. Climate Research, 79, p.139-149.
  25. R. C. Estoque, M. Ooba M, V. Avitabile, Y. Hijioka, R. DasGupta, T. Togawa, Y. Murayama(2019) The future of Southeast Asia's forests, Nature Communications, 10(1829).
  26. R. C. Estoque, K. Gomi, T. Togawa, M. Ooba, Y. Hijioka, C. Akiyama, S. Nakamura, A. Yoshioka, K. Kuroda (2019) Scenario-based land abandonment projections: method, application and implications, Science of the Total Environment, 692, p.903-916.
  27. T. Ohsawa, T. Amano, T. Ohsawa, Y. Takahashi, G. Sakurai, T. Nishida, H. Enari (2019) Overviewing biodiversity-related policies using legislative scans to close the research-implementation gap in Japan, Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology, 24-1, p.135-149, DOI:10.18960/hozen.24.1_135. (in Japanese)
  28. B. A. Johnson, S. E. Jozdani (2019) Local Climate Zone (LCZ) Map Accuracy Assessments Should Account for Land Cover Physical Characteristics that Affect the Local Thermal Environment. Remote Sens 11:2420, DOI:10.3390/rs11202420.
  29. B. A. Johnson, A. D. Mader, R. Dasgupta, P. Kumar (2020) Citizen science and invasive alien species: An analysis of citizen science initiatives using information and communications technology (ICT) to collect invasive alien species observations. Glob Ecol Conserv, 21, DOI: 10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00812.
  30. K. Kabaya, S. Hashimoto, and K. Takeuchi (2019forthcoming) Which cultural ecosystem services is more important? A best-worst scaling approach. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/21606544.2019.1683470.
  31. L. Liu , Y. Liang, and S. Hashimoto (2020) Integrated assessment of land?use/coverage changes and their impacts on ecosystem services in Gansu Province, northwest China: implications for sustainable development goals, Sustainability Science, 15, 297-314.
  32. C. Haga, M. Maeda, W. Hotta, T. Inoue, T. Matsui, T. Machimura, M. Nakaoka, J. Morimoto, H. Shibata, S. Hashimoto, O. Saito (2020) Scenario Analysis of Renewable Energy-Biodiversity Nexuses using a Forest Landscape Model, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. DOI:10.3389/fevo.2020.00155
Non Peer-reviewed
  1. C. Kamiyama, H. Akiba, K. Shoyama, S. Hashimoto, T. Matsui, O. Saito (2016) A design framework for future scenarios to support biodiversity and ecosystem service research in Japan, Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Environmental, 44, p.151-158. (in Japanese)
  2. H. Scheyvens, J. Kawasaki, M. Kawai, T. Fujisaki, C. Umemiya, H. Samejima, M. Suyal-Chhetri (2016) Understanding REDD+ projects -comparative analysis of REDD+ project designs. IGES Working Paper.
  3. M. Kawai, H. Scheyvens, H. Samejima, T. Fujisaki, A. Setyarso (2017) Indonesia REDD+ Readiness -State of Play - March 2017. IGES Research Report.
  4. B. A. Johnson, H. Scheyvens, H. Samejima (2017) Quantitative Assessment of the Earth Observation Data and Methods Used to Generate Reference Emission Levels for REDD+. Satellite Earth Observations and Their Impact on Society and Policy, p.155-169.
  5. K. Matsushita, Y. Takahashi (2017) Science-Policy Interface relating to Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36-1, p.29-33, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.29. (in Japanese)
  6. Y. Kameyama (2017) Long-term Vision under the Paris Agreement and Policy Packages, Energy and Resources, 38-5, p246-249. (in Japanese)
  7. T. Matsui, S. Hashimoto, O. Saito (2018) Development of Socio-Ecological Integrated System Simulation Model for Future Scenario Analysis of Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services, Manufacturing & technology, 70-2, p.78-81. (in Japanese)
  8. D. F. Sprinz, G. Bang, L. Bruckner, Y. Kameyama (2018) Chapter 6: Major Countries. Global Climate Policy: Actors, Concepts, and Enduring Challenges, p.171-216, MIT Press.
  9. O. Saito, S. Hashimoto, S. Managi, M. Aiba, T. Yamakita, R. DasGupta, K. Takeuchi (2019) Future scenarios for socio-ecological production landscape and seascape. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.1-4.
  10. O. Saito (2019) Refraining Sustainable Development through Degrowth Concept, Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 83-1, p.8-11. (in Japanese)
  11. O. Saito, S. Subramanian, S. Hashimoto, K. Takeuchi (eds.) (2020) Managing Socio-ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes for Sustainable Communities in Asia: Mapping and Navigating Stakeholders, Policy and Action (Series: Science for Sustainable Societies), Springer, Japan, ISBN 978-981-15-1132-5.

Oral Presentations

  1. S. Hashimoto, K. Kabaya, O. Saito, R. Kohsaka, T. Matsui (2016) Linking land use change projection with ecosystem service evaluation: towards scenario analysis of ecosystem services. Asian ESP Conference: Ecosystem Services for Nature Based Solutions (Ansan-si, Republic of Korea, Jun. 2016).
  2. S. Hashimoto, O. Saito (2016) Status and Trends of Ecosystem Services of Japan: Summary of Japan Biodiversity Outlook2 (JBO2), Asian ESP Conference: Ecosystem Services for Nature Based Solutions (Ansan-si, Republic of Korea, Jun. 2016).
  3. O. Saito (2016) Overview and Prospect of PANCES - Predicting and Assessing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services - Project, Asian ESP Conference: Ecosystem Services for Nature Based Solutions (Ansan-shi, Republic of Korea, Jun. 2016).
  4. O. Saito (2016) Integrated Ecosystem Assessments of Socio-ecological Production Landscapes: Shedding a Light on Non-market Food Provision and Sharing. ICRAF Shared-learning discussion.
  5. O. Saito (2016) Non-market food provision and sharing in Japan's socio-ecological production landscapes: Quantifying the contribution by urban agriculture and urban-rural linkage. The 5th GPSS-GLI International Symposium, Session 2 Value of Grey: Food Security and Urban Agriculture (Kashiwa).
  6. C. Haga, T. Matsui, S. Hashimoto, O. Saito, T. Machimura (2016) A development of simulation process of landscape diversity in satoyama landscapes for future scenario analysis -using the LANDIS-II model and the modified Satoyama index. Asian ESP Conference: Ecosystem Services for Nature Based Solutions (Ansan-shi, Republic of Korea).
  7. K. Hori, T. Matsui, N. Kirikawa, T. Machimura (2016) Development of Simulation Model for Forecasting Material Flow and Demand of Biomass Provisioning Services under Future Scenarios. Asian ESP Conference: Ecosystem Services for Nature Based Solutions (Ansan-shi, Republic of Korea).
  8. C. Kamiyama (2016) Future socio-ecological systems in Japan: questionnaire surveys for participatory scenarios. Asian ESP Conference: Ecosystem Services for Nature Based Solutions (Ansan-shi, Republic of Korea).
  9. T. Ariga (2016) How much can compact city reduce automobile CO2 emission?. Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium (Irvine, California, USA, Jun. 2016).
  10. T. Ariga, K. Matsuhashi (2017) Prospect of passenger car CO2 emissions with urban population density scenarios in Japan. 2nd International Forum on Sustainable Future in Asia (Udayana University, Indonesia, Jan. 2017).
  11. H. Samejima (2017) Policies and Systems toward Sustainable Management of Production Forests in Indonesia and Malaysia. Workshop on SDG 13 Climate Action and 15 Life on Land.
  12. Y. Kameyama (2017) Economic and Environmental Issues Influencing U.S. Policy in Asia in the Coming Decade: Climate Change. Pivot to Asia? U.S. policy in Asia Under the Trump Administration, RAND Corporation (Santa Monica, United States, Jan. 2017).
  13. S. Hashimoto (2017) Predicting and Assessing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services (PANCES). Expert workshop towards further collaboration between Japanese research community and IIASA (Tokyo, Japan, Jan. 2017).
  14. O. Saito (2017) Evolution and Landscape of Sustainability Science; Building a Sustainable and Resilient Society in Harmony with Nature. 17th Annual Conference of Philippine Society for the Study of Nature (PSSN) (Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, Jun. 2017).
  15. O. Saito (2017) Sustainability from the Natural Science Perspective. Round Table Discussion on Sustainability Perspectives (Los Banos, Laguna, Philippine, Apr. 2017).
  16. O. Saito (2017) Transboundary Collaboration for Sustainable Management of Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services. International Forum on Applying Ecosystem Services for Transboundary Nature Management (Paju-si, Gyeonggi Province, Republic of Korea, Jun. 2017).
  17. B. A. Johnson, H. Samejima, M. Kawai, K. Matsushita, I. Matsumoto, Y. Takahashi, S. Okayasu (2017) Methods for assessing the credibility, relevance, and legitimacy of the UNFCCC REDD+ forest reference emission levels (FRELs). The 40th Annual Applied Geography Conference (Port Canaveral, USA, Nov. 2017).
  18. O. Saito (2017) Overview and Progress of 'Predicting and Assessing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services'(PANCES) Project. 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) world conference (Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2017).
  19. S. Hashimoto, R. DasGupta, K. Kabaya, T. Matsui, C. Haga, O. Saito, K. Takeuchi (2017) Exploring alternative futures for the social-ecological production landscapes of Noto: implications of land use change on the provision of ecosystem services. 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) world conference (Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2017).
  20. R. DasGupta, S. Hashimoto, T. Okuro (2017) Scenario-based land change analysis of the lower Gangetic Delta: an exploratory investigation into alternative regional futures. 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) world conference (Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2017).
  21. R. C. Estoque, M. Ooba, T. Togawa, S. Nakamura, Y. Hijioka (2017) Future changes in Southeast Asia's forest cover and its ecosystem service value under the shared socioeconomic pathways (SSPs). 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) world conference (Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2017).
  22. M. Ooba, R. C. Estoque, C. Akiyama, K. Gomi, S. Nakamura, A. Yoshioka, K. Kuroda, Y. Hijioka, T. Togawa (2017) Scenario analysis of the future ecosystem services in Fukushima, Japan. 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership world conference (ESP) (Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2017).
  23. I. Matsumoto, B. Johnson, M. Kawai, F. Lopez Casero, K. Matsushita, S. Okayasu, Y. Takahashi (2017) Mapping the current landscape of science-policy interface studies on biodiversity and ecosystem services. 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) world conference (Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2017).
  24. O. Saito (2018) Role of sustainability science for building a resilient and sustainable society. 4th Philippine-Japan workshop and field excursion: Sustainability Science and GIAHS - Sustainable Development of Noto and Ifugao by Twining (Wajima, Ishikawa, Japan, Feb. 2018).
  25. R. C. Estoque, M. Oba, T. Togawa, S. Nakamura, K. Gomi, Y. Hijioka, A. Yoshioka, K. Kuroda (2018) Downscaling future forest cover changes under the shared socioeconomic pathways: Implications for mitigation and adaptation. 5th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference (Adaptation Futures 2018: Dialogues for Solutions) (Cape Town, South Africa, Jun.2018).
  26. O. Saito (2018) Socio-ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes under Global Changes: Case Studies from Asia and Africa. Anthropocene Woodlands Conference (Aarhus, Denmark, Jun. 2018).
  27. R. C. Estoque, M. Oba, T. Togawa, K. Gomi, C. Akiyama, S. Nakamura, K. Kuroda, A. Yoshioka, Y. Hijioka (2018) Spatial modeling of land abandonments in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. International Conference on Spatial Analysis and Modeling (Tokyo, Japan, Sep. 2018).
  28. K. Shoyama (2018) Development of a national land-use/cover dataset and land use scenarios under depopulation in Japan. Global Land Programme 2018 Asia conference (Taipei, Taiwan, Sep. 2018).
  29. O. Saito (2018) Korea Conservation and Transformation of Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes (SEPLS) toward Sustainable Future - Experiences in Japan, Asia and Africa. Symposium of Utilizing Plural Values of Agricultural Heritage (Seoul National University).
  30. Y. Inamura, O. Saito, S. Hashimoto, K. Takeuchi (2018) Exploring the concept of multi-level governance for sustainable natural capital management: Systematic literature review of history and application of multi-level governance concept. 46th Annual Meeting of Enironmental Systems Research (Nagoya, 2018.10).
  31. A. Oono, C. Kamiyama, O. Saito (2018) A systematic literature review on the cessation of human intervention to semi-natural forests. 46th Annual Meeting of Enironmental Systems Research (Nagoya, 2018.10).
  32. T. Ariga (2019) Spatio-temporal trajectory-based estimation of automobile CO2 emissions using mobile phone positioning data. 4th International Forum on Sustainable Future in Asia 4th NIES International Forum (Hanoi, Vietnam, Jan. 2019).
  33. M. Ooba, T. Togawa, S. Nakamura (2019) Balancing the trade-off between promoting renewable energy and protecting ecosystem services under climate change. 13th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment systems (Dovurobnik, Croatia, Oct. 2019).
  34. S. Hashimoto (2019) Feeding humanity while conserving biodiversity: challenges in the Anthropocene. Symposium "Flying birds on fields: a special exhibition on friendly food and agriculture" (National Taiwan University Agricultural Exhibition Hall, 1 October 2019).
  35. S. Hashimoto (2019) Exploring alternative futures of biodiversity and ecosystem services from national to local scales. 10th International Conference on Landscape Ecological Engineering,(Seoul, the Republic of Korea, 31 October 2019).
  36. S. Hashimoto (2019) Exploring alternative futures of ecosystem services in Japan. Interdisciplinary Symposium: Weaving Climate Change and Ecosystem Services with Big Data (Seoul, Republic of Korea, 12 December 2019).

Science and Technology Dialogs with the Public

  1. The Satoyama Initiative Regional Workshop in Peru 'Living in harmony with nature: The Satoyama Initiative' (Cusco and Pisac, Jun. 2016).
  2. CBD COP13 Side Event, Contributions to Mainstreaming Biodiversity 'Strategic Action for Mainstreaming Biodiversity: Contribution of the IPSI to Biodiversity and Human Well-Being' (The Satoyama Initiative, Cancun, Mexico, Dec. 2016).
  3. O. Saito (2018) Analysis of scenario results and outcomes, Evaluating scenarios and communicating the results. Summer school workshop 'Models and Scenarios of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services' (Lugano, Switzerland, 2018.06.11-06.15).
  4. O. Saito (2018) Ecosystem Scenarios in Japan: Overview and Progress of PANCES project. Seminar 'SCENARIOS, MODELS, AND VALUES OF BIODIVERSITY AND NATURE'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO PEOPLE' (University of Tokyo, 2018.09.29).
  5. Science-Policy Dialogues on the Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Southeast Asia & Northeast Asia (Bangkok, Thailand, 2019.10.21-23).
  6. [Organizer] Public Seminar: Connecting different scales: Linking IPBES's Nature scenarios with PANCES scenarios (IGES headquarters,2020.2.25)
  7. O. Saito (2020) Predicting and Assessing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services through an Integrated Social-Ecological Systems Approach (PANCES) project. Public Seminar: Connecting different scales: Linking IPBES's Nature scenarios with PANCES scenarios (IGES headquarters 2020.2.25)

Theme 2

Journal Publications

Peer-Reviewed
  1. L. V. Dicks, B. Viana, R. Bommarco, B. Brosi, M. d. C. Arizmendi, S. A. Cunningham, R. Hill, L. Galetto, A. V. Lopes, C. Pires, H. Taki, S. G. Potts (2016) Ten policies for pollinators. Science, 354, p.975-976.
  2. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2016) The influence of affiliations with agricultural collectives on attitudes of fisherman towards conservation and perceptions of the local environment. Journal of International Fisheries, 15, p.1-21.
  3. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2016) Analysis of the distribution of forest management areas by the forest environmental tax in Ishikawa prefecture, Japan. International Journal of Forestry Research, p.1-8.
  4. H. Imai, T. Nakashizuka, M. Oguro (2017) Environmental factors affecting the composition and diversity of the avian community in igune, a traditional agricultural landscape in northern Japan. Journal of Ecology and Environment, 41, p.1-12.
  5. Y. Suzuki-Ohno, J. Yokoyama, T. Nakashizuka, M. Kawata (2017) Utilization of photographs taken by citizens for estimating bumblebee distributions. Scientific Reports, 7, p.1-11.
  6. H. Shibata, J. N. Galloway, A. M. Leach, L. R. Cattaneo, L. C. Noll, J. W. Erisman, B. Gu, X. Liang, K. Hayashi, L. Ma, T. Dalgaard, M. Graversgaard, D. Chen, K. Nansai, J. Shindo, K. Matsubae, A. Oita, M. C. Su, S. Mishima, A. Bleeker (2017) Nitrogen footprints: Regional realities and options to reduce nitrogen loss to the environment. Ambio, 46-2, p.129-142.
  7. T. Sasai, S. Nakai, K. Ono, M. Mano, A. Miyata (2017) Estimation of methane emission from rice paddy soils in Japan using the diagnostic ecosystem model. Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, 73-3, p.133-139.
  8. T. Inoue, K. Fukuzawa, T. Watanabe, T. Yoshida, H. Shibata (2017) Spatial pattern of soil nitrogen availability and its relationship to stand structure in a coniferous-broadleaved mixed forest with a dense dwarf bamboo understory in northern Japan. Ecological Research, 32-2, p.227-241.
  9. T. Masaki, M. Oguro, N. Yamashita, T. Otani, H. Utsugi (2017). Reforestation following harvesting of conifer plantations in Japan: Current issues from silvicultural and ecological perspectives. Reforesta, 3, p.125-142.
  10. K. T. Takano, K. Hibino, A. Numata, M. Oguro, M. Aiba, H. Shiogama, I. Takayabu, T. Nakashizuka (2017) Detecting latitudinal and altitudinal expansion of invasive bamboo Phyllostachys edulis and Phyllostachys bambusoides (Poaceae) in Japan to project potential habitats under 1.5C-4.0C global warming. Ecology and Evolution, 7-23, p.9848-9859.
  11. H. Ohashi, K. Fukasawa, T. Ariga, T. Matsui, Y. Hijioka (2017) A scenario approach for population 'shrinking' society: A case study on range expansion of Sika deer, Wildlife and Human Society, 5-1, p.41-46, DOI:10.20798/awhswhs.5.1_41. (in Japanese)
  12. J. Usinowicz, C. H. Chang-Yang, Y. Y. Chen, J. S. Clark, C. Fletcher, N. C. Garwood, Z. Hao, J. Johnstone, Y. Lin, M. R. Metz, T. Masaki, T. Nakashizuka, I. F. Sun, R. Valencia, Y. Wang, J. K. Zimmerman, A. R. Ives, S. J. Wright (2017) Temporal coexistence mechanisms contribute to the latitudinal gradient in forest diversity. Nature, 550, p.105-108.
  13. E. G. Brockerhoff, L. Barbaro, B. Castagneyrol, D. I. Forrester, B. Gardiner, J. R. Gonzalez-Olabarria, P. O'B. Lyver, N. Meurisse, A. Oxbrough, H. Taki, L. D. Thompson, F. ver der Plas, H. Jatel (2017) Forest biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and the provision of ecosystem services. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26-13, p.3005-3035.
  14. N. Hosokawa, K. Isobe, R. Urakawa, R. Tateno, K. Fukuzawa, T. Watanabe, H. Shibata (2017) Soil freeze-thaw with root litter alters N transformations during the dormant season in soils under two temperate forests in northern Japan. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 114, p.270-278.
  15. S. Kaze, S. Kajima, Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2017) Introducing Wood Log Boilers in Spa Facilities:: Impacts of Small Scale Heat Utilizations of Woody Biomass on Regions of Japan, Journal of the Japanese Forest Society, 99-1, p.18-23, DOI:10.4005/jjfs.99.18. (in Japanese)
  16. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2017) Spatio-temporal analysis of biodiversity, land-use mix and human population in a socio-ecological production landscape: A case study in the Hokuriku region, Japan. Procedia Engineering, 198, p.219-226.
  17. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Motivation, strategy and challenges of conserving urban biodiversity in local contexts: Cases of 12 municipalities in Ishikawa, Japan. Procedia Engineering, 198, p.212-218.
  18. R. Kohsaka, M. S. Park, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Beekeeping and honey production in Japan and South Korea: Past and present. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.72-79.
  19. J. Sato, R. Kohsaka (2017) Japanese sake and evolution of technology: A comparative view with wine and its implications for regional branding and tourism. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.88-93.
  20. R. Kohsaka (2017) The myth of washoku: a twisted discourse on the 'uniqueness' of national food heritages. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.66-71.
  21. Y. Uchiyama, H. Matsuoka, R. Kohsaka (2017). Public recognition of traditional vegetables at the municipal level: Implications for transgenerational knowledge transmission. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.94-102.
  22. Y. Uchiyama, Y. Tanaka, H. Matsuoka, R. Kohsaka (2017) Expectations of residents and tourists of agriculture-related certification systems: analysis of public perceptions. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.110-117.
  23. K. Gugerell, Y. Uchiyama, P. R. Kieninger, M. Penker, S. Kajima, R. Kohsaka (2017) Do historical production practices and culinary heritages really matter? Food with protected geographical indications in Japan and Austria. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.118-125.
  24. S. Kajima, Y. Tanaka, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Japanese sake and tea as place-based products: a comparison of regional certifications of globally important agricultural heritage systems, geopark, biosphere reserves, and geographical indication at product level certification. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 4-2, p.80-87.
  25. T. Kizos, R. Kohsaka, M. Penker, C. Piatti, C. R. Vogl, Y. Uchiyama (2017) The governance of geographical indications: experiences of practical implementation of selected case studies in Austria, Italy, Greece and Japan. British Food Journal, 119-12, p.2863-2879.
  26. T. Plieninger, R. Kohsaka, C. Bieling, S. Hashimoto, C. Kamiyama, T. Kizos, M. Penker, P. Kieninger, B. J. Shaw, G. B. Sioen, Y. Yoshida, O. Saito (2018) Fostering biocultural diversity in landscapes through place-based food networks: a 'solution scan' of European and Japanese models. Sustainability Science, 13-1, p.219-233.
  27. Y. Hasegawa, K. Okabe, H. Taki (2018) A scenario approach for ecosystem-service changes. Futures, 96, p.23-31.
  28. H. Taki, R. Murao, K. Mitai, Y. Yamaura (2018) The species richness/abundance-area relationship of bees in an early successional tree plantation. Basic and Applied Ecology, 26, p.64-70.
  29. A. Oita, H. Shibata, J. Shindo (2018) Nitrogen Footprint: A Novel Indicator to Quantify Nitrogen Loss to the Environment, Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Japan, 14-2, p.120-133, DOI:10.3370/lca.14.120. (in Japanese)
  30. H. Imai, T. Nakashizuka, R. Kohsaka (2018) An analysis of 15 years of trends in children's connection with nature and its relationship with residential environment. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, 4-8, p.177-187.
  31. A. Tashiro, Y. Uchiyama, R.Kohsaka (2018) Internal Geographical Indication (GI) processes and their effects: An evaluation framework for GI applicants in Japan. Journal of Ethnic Foods, 5-3, p.202-210.
  32. T. Ohsawa, T. Okano, F. Nakao, K. Kabaya, S. Kofuku, K. Kikuchi, T. Nakashizuka (2019) Underuse/overuse and diversity of provisioning services and their change: the case of the Japanese national ecosystem service assessment (JBO2). Sustainability Science, 14-2, p.439-451.
  33. C. Oka, M. Aiba, T. Nakashizyka (2019) Phylogenetic clustering in beneficial attributes of tree species directly linked to provisioning, regulating and cultural ecosystem services. Ecological Indicators, 96, p.477-495.
  34. C. Haga, T. Inoue, W. Hotta, R. Shibata, S. Hashimoto, H. Kurokawa, T. Machimura, T. Matsui, J. Morimoto, H. Shibata (2019) Simulation of natural capital and ecosystem services in a watershed in Northern Japan focusing on the future underuse of nature: by linking forest landscape model and social scenarios. Sustainability Science, 14, p.89-106.
  35. M. Aiba, R. Shibata, M. Oguro, T. Nakashizuka (2019) The seasonal and scale-dependent associations between vegetation quality and hiking activities as a recreation service. Sustainability Science, 14, p.119-129.
  36. M. Oguro, H. Taki, A. Konuma, M. Uno, T. Nakashizuka (2019) Importance of national or regional specificity in the relationship between pollinator dependence and production stability. Sustainability Science, 14, p.139-146.
  37. T. Watanabe, R. Tateno, S. Imada, K. Fukuzawa, K. Isobe, R. Urakawa, T. Oda, N. Hosokawa, T. Sasai, Y. Inagaki, T. Hishi, H. Toda, H. Shibata (2019) The effect of a freeze-thaw cycle on dissolved nitrogen dynamics and its relation to dissolved organic matter and soil microbial biomass in the soil of a northern hardwood forest. Biogeochemistry, 142, p.319-338.
  38. S. Suzuki, T. Tsunoda, N. Nishimura, J. Morimoto, J. Suzuki (2019) Dead wood offsets the reduced live wood carbon stock in forests over 50 years after a stand-replacing wind disturbance. Forest Ecology and Management, 432, p.94-101.
  39. J. Morimoto, T. Umebayashi, S. Suzuki, T. Owari, N. Nishimura, S. Ishibashi, M. Shibuya, T. Hara (2019) Long-term effects of salvage logging after a catastrophic wind disturbance on forest structure in northern Japan. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 15(2), p.133-141.
  40. J. Morimoto, J. Negishi (2019) Ecological resilience of ecosystems to human impacts: resilience of plants and animals. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 15(2), p.131-132.
  41. K. Inoue, H. Shibata, T. Yoshida, T. Nakaji, H. Obanawa, A. Kato (2019) Spatial assessment of leaf nitrogen content in a natural cool-temperate mixed forest using unmanned aerial vehicle derived 3D data. Japanese Journal of Forest Environment. 61-1, p.1-13, DOI:10.18922/jjfe.61.1_1. (in Japanese)
  42. K. Miura, N. Ishiyama, K. Kawajiri, K. Atsumi, Y. Nagasaka, K. Orito, Y. Machida,T. Usui, G. Yiyang, H. Nose, J. N. Negishi, F. Nakamura (2019) The co-occurrence of two endangered freshwater pearl mussels (Margaritifera laevis & Margaritifera togakushiensis) in rivers in Hokkaido, northern Japan, Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology, 24, p.39-48, DOI:10.18960/hozen.24.1_39. (in Japanese)
  43. H. Ohashi, K. Fukasawa, T. Ariga, T. Matsui, Y. Hijioka (2019) High-resolution national land use scenarios under a shrinking population in Japan. Transactions in GIS, 23-4, p.786-804.
  44. K. Miura, N. Ishiyama, K. Kawajiri, K. Atsumi, M. Tachibana, Y. Nagasaka, Y. Machida, G. Yiyang, J. N. Negishi, I. Koizumi, F. Nakamura (2019) Simple nonlethal identification criteria for two endangered freshwater pearl mussels, Margaritifera laevis and Margaritifera togakushiensis, in Hokkaido, northern Japan. Ecological Research, 34, p.667-677, DOI: 10.1111/1440-1703.12038
  45. SN. Suzuki, M. Ataka, I. Djukic, T. Enoki, K. Fukuzawa, M. Hirota, T. Hishi, T. Hiura, K. Hoshizaki, H. Ida, A. Iguchi, Y. Iimura, T. Ise, K. Tanaka, Y. Kina, H. Kobayashi, Y. Kominami, H. Kurokawa, M. Kobayashi, M. Matsushita, R. Miyata, H. Muraoka, T. Nakaji, M. Nakamura, S. Niwa, NJ. Noh, T. Sato, T. Seino, H. Shibata, RO. Suzuki, K. Takahashi, T. Tsunoda, T. Ustumi, K. Watanabe (2019forthcoming) Harmonized data on early stage litter decomposition using tea material across Japan. ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 34
  46. X. Zhu, W. Liu, J. Chen, L.A. Bruijnzeel, Z. Mao, X. Yang, R. Cardinael, F.-R. Meng, R.C. Sidle, S. Seitz, V.D. Nair, K. Nanko, S. Zakari, A.K. Singh, X. Zou, C. Chen, X.J. Jiang (2019forthcoming) Reductions in water, soil and nutrient losses and pesticide pollution in agroforestry practices: a review of evidence and processes. Plant and Soil. Early View. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-019-04377-3.
  47. T. Ohsawa, N. Furuta, F. Nakamura, T. Kadoya, T. Nakashizuka (2019) Challenges of post-Aichi Biodiversity Targets from ecological perspectives, Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology, 24, p.95-107, DOI:10.18960/hozen.24.1_95. (in Japanese)
  48. M. Suzuki, K. Umeki, O. Orman, M. Shibata, H. Tanaka, S. Iida, M. Nakashizuka, T. Masaki (2019) When and why trees decrease their resource allocation to apical growth? The importance of reproductive onset. Oecologia, 191, p.39-49.
  49. M. Masaki, T. Nakashizuka, K. Niiyama, H. Tanaka, S. Iida, J.M. Bullock, S. Naoe, S. Iida, JM. Bullock, N. Shoji (2019) Impact of the spatial uncertainty of seed dispersal on tree colonization dynamics in a temperate forest. Oikos, 128-12, p.1816-1828. DOI: 10.1111/oik.06236
  50. H. Imai, R. Kohsaka, T. Nakashizuka (2019) A multi-year investigation of the factors underlying decreasing interactions of children and adults with natural environments in Japan. Human Ecology, 47:5, 717-731
  51. T. Fujita, T. Ariga, H. Ohashi, Y. Hijioka, K. Fukasawa (2019) Assessing the potential impacts of climate and population change on land-use changes projected to 2100 in Japan. Climate Research, 79, 139-149.
  52. T. Nishida, T. Ohsawa, T. Yoshida, E. Miyagawa (2019) Biodiversity Policy after 2020, Japanese journal of ecology, 69, p.13-18, DOI:10.18960/seitai.69.1_13. (in Japanese)
  53. T. Osawa, Y. Ueno, T. Nishida, J. Nishihiro, Do both habitat and species diversity provide cultural ecosystem services? A trial using geo-tagged photos. Nature Conservation. 38, p.61-77. doi: 10.3897/natureconservation.38.36166
  54. K. Koga, Y. Iwasaki, J. Nishihiro (2019) Evaluation of potential as health improvement field of a suburban wetland, Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology, 45, p.224-227, DOI:10.7211/jjsrt.45.224. (in Japanese)
  55. A. Noda, A. Kondo, J. Nishihiro (2019) Changes in land cover and grassland area over the past 120 years in a rapidly urbanized area in Japan. One Ecosystem, 4, e37669.
  56. R. Kohsaka, H. Matsuoka, Y. Uchiyama, M. Rogel (2019) Regional management and biodiversity conservation in GIAHS: text analysis of municipal strategy and tourism management. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, 5(1), 124-132.
  57. R. Kohsaka, M. Rogel (2019) Traditional and Local Knowledge for Sustainable Development: Empowering the Indigenous and Local Communities of the World. Encyclopaedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Partnerships for the Goals, Book Encyclopaedia Chapter, Springer Nature.
  58. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2019) Geographical Indications and Regional Trade Agreements: Facilitating International Partnerships for Sustainable Development. Encyclopaedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Partnerships for the Goals, Book Encyclopaedia Chapter, Springer Nature.
  59. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2019) Application of the City Biodiversity Index to populated cities in Japan: Influence of the social and ecological characteristics on indicator-based management. Ecological Indicators, 106, 105420.
  60. A. Tashiro, Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2019) Impact of Geographical Indication schemes on traditional knowledge in changing agricultural landscapes: An empirical analysis from Japan. Journal of Rural Studies, 68, 46-53.
  61. J. Morimoto, K. Nakagawa, K. T. Takano, M. Aiba, M. Oguro, Y. Furukawa, Y. Mishima, K. Ogawa, R. Ito, T. Takemi, F. Nakamura, C. J. Peterson (2019) Comparison of vulnerability to catastrophic wind between Abies plantation forests and natural mixed forests in northern Japan. Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research, 92, 436-443.
  62. Y. Iwachido, K. Uchida, A. Ushimaru, S. Yokota, T. Sasaki (2020) Nature-oriented park use of satoyama ecosystems can enhance biodiversity conservation in urbanized landscapes. Landscape Ecol Eng, 16, 163-172
  63. M. Aiba, H. Kurokawa, Y. Onoda, T. Nakashizuka (2020forthcoming) Trait-abundance relationships in tree communities along temperature and successional gradients. J. Veg. Sci.
  64. J. M. D. Quevedo, Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2020forthcoming) Perceptions of the seagrass ecosystems for the local communities of Eastern Samar, Philippines: Preliminary results and prospects of blue carbon services. Ocean and Coastal Management, 191, 105181.
  65. J. M. D. Quevedo, Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2020) Perceptions of local communities on mangrove forests, their services and management: implications for Eco-DRR and blue carbon management for Eastern Samar, Philippines. Journal of Forest Research, 25(1), 1-11.
  66. A. Stevance, P. Bridgewater, S. Louafi, N. King, T. D. Beard, A. S. V. Jaarsveld, Z. Ofir, R. Kohsaka, K. Jenderedijan, M. R. Benites, K. J. Mulongoy, K. L. Chaudhari, J. Painter, A. Meter (2020) The 2019 review of IPBES and future priorities: reaching beyond assessment to enhance policy impact. Ecosystems and People, 16(1), 70-77.
  67. K. Miura K (2020) Population status and processes of recruitment failure of endangered freshwater pearl mussels (Margaritifera togakushiensis) in eastern Hokkaido, northern Japan. Doctor's thesis, Hokkaido University.
  68. I. Melnikova, T. Sasai (2020) Effects of Anthropogenic Activity on Global Terrestrial Gross Primary Production. JGR Biogeosciences, 125, e2019JG005403.
Non Peer-reviewed
  1. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2016) Impacts and Issues of Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 35-3, p.361-364, DOI:10.2750/arp.35.361. (in Japanese)
  2. T. Nakashizuka (2017) Biodiversity and Service of Terrestrial Ecosystems, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36, p.5-8, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.5. (in Japanese)
  3. K. Ichikawa (2017) Indigenous and Local Knowledge in the Context of IPBES, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36-1, p.34-37, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.34. (in Japanese)
  4. J. Nishihiro (2017) Ecosystem resilience and biodiversity: towards the new paradigm of ecological engineering assuming unpredictable disaster, Ecology and civil engineering, 20, p.137-142, DOI:10.3825/ece.20.137. (in Japanese)
  5. J. Nishihiro, K. Koga (2018) Urban green-infrastructure for improved public health: research trends and issues, Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology, 43-3, p.466-469, DOI:10.7211/jjsrt.43.466. (in Japanese)
  6. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2018) International Trends of Applications of City Biodiversity Index, Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 81-4, p.336-339. (in Japanese)
  7. K. Miura, K. Kawajiri, T. Usui, N. Ishiyama, Y. Akiyama, K. Atsumi, J. Negishi, F. Nakamura (2018) A new record of distributions of Margaritifera togakushiensis in Esashi Town, Hokkaido, northern Japan, Bulletin of the Okhotsk Museum ESASHI, 9, p.23-29. (in Japanese)
  8. K. T. Takano, K. Hibino, M. Oguro, I. Takayabu, T. Nakashizuka (2018) Detecting latitudinal and altitudinal expansion of invasive bamboo Phyllostachys edulis and Phyllostachys bambusoides (Poaceae) in Japan to project potential habitats under 1.5-4.0 degree Celsius global warming, JATAFF journal, 6-8, p.1-5. (in Japanese)
  9. R. Tomita, Hasu Project, T. Yoshida (2019) Sharing experiences and associated knowledge in the changing waterscape: an intergenerational sharing program in Mikatagoko area, Japan. In: Saito O (ed) Sharing ecosystem services: building more sustainable and resilient society. Springer.

Oral Presentations

  1. T. Takano, M. Aiba, M. Oguro, K. Nakagawa, J. Morimoto, R. Ito, T. Takemi, K. Hibino, I. Takayabu, T. Nakashizuka (2016) Impacts of climate change on forest ecosystem in northern Japan. The 7th EAFES International Congress (Daegu, Korea, Apr. 2016).
  2. T. Nakashizuka (2016) Recent dynamics and future prediction of mountain vegetation in northern Japan. The 7th International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER2016) (Kyoto, Japan, Jun. 2016).
  3. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2016) Motivation, strategy and challenges of conserving urban biodiversity in local contexts: Cases of 12 municipalities in Ishikawa. Urban Transitions Global Summit 2016 (Shanghai, China, Sep. 2016).
  4. H. Sasaki, M. Aiba, M. Oguro, T. Nakasizuka (2016) Geographical pattern of wild edible plants: supply and utilization in Tohoku District, Japan. 1st Asian Conference on Biocultural Diversity 2016 (Ishikawa, Japan, Oct. 2016).
  5. K. Okui, Y. Sawada, T. Yoshida (2016) Abundant knowledge of wild fruit use among elders: Wisdom of the elders or loss of experience as a mechanism explaining the pattern. 1st Asian Conference on Biocultural Diversity 2016 (Ishikawa, Japan, Oct. 2016).
  6. K. Nanko, M. Oguro, S. Miura, T. Masaki (2016) Comparison of soil erosion predictions among PESERA, RUSLE, and MMF models in Japan as a whole. AGU Fall Meeting 2016 (San Francisco, USA, Dec. 2016).
  7. J. Nishihiro, M. Akasaka, T. Yamanouchi, N. Takamura (2017) Declining recovery potential of aquatic plants from the seed banks of lake sediment. 17th International Symposium on River and Lake Environment and 3rd International Symposium on Aquatic Botany 2017 (Shiga, Japan, Mar. 2017).
  8. S. Shiratsuchi, N. Hayashi, J. Nishihiro (2017) Restoration of 'extinct' aquatic plants from the sediment seed banks of ponds in urban parks of Tokyo. 17th International Symposium on River and Lake Environment and 3rd International Symposium on Aquatic Botany 2017 (Shiga, Japan, Mar. 2017).
  9. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2017) Analysis on accessibility of urban forest: Towards enhancement of well-being in urban regions. The 3rd International Conference on Landscape and Human Health: Forests, Parks and Green Care (Vienna, Austria, May 2017).
  10. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Local strategies on conservation of urban biodiversity: Relationships between the conservation and sustainable urban forest management for quality of life. The 3rd International Conference on Landscape and Human Health: Forests, Parks and Green Care (Vienna, Austria, May 2017).
  11. J. Morimoto, K. Nakagawa, K. T. Takano, M. Aiba, M. Oguro, Y. Furukawa, Y. Mishima, K. Ogawa, R. Ito, T. Takemi (2017) Comparison of susceptibility of artificial forests and natural forests to strong winds in Hokkaido, Japan. 8th International Conference on Wind and Trees (USA, Jul. 2017).
  12. H. Saito (2017) Variable status of access rights for non-timber forest products in Japan. The 16th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Commons (Utrecht, Netherland, Jul. 2017).
  13. H. Shibata (2017) Changing winter climate alter nitrogen biogeochemistry in northern forest ecosystems. International Congress of Ecology (Beijing, China, Aug. 2017).
  14. S. Takahashi, J. Nishihiro (2017) Study on the Green Infrastructure for multifunctional use of open space in urban area. Annual meeting of Ecological Society of America (Portland, USA, Aug. 2017).
  15. J. Nishihiro (2017) Nature restoration and human welfare: research and practices for vegetation restoration through cooperation with disability people, Annual meeting of Ecological Society of America (Portland, USA, Aug. 2017).
  16. T. Nakashizuka (2017) Assessing ecosystem service in Asian region by using biodiversity observation data. GEOSS Asia-Pacific Symposium (Hanoi, Vietnam, Sep. 2017).
  17. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2017) How much are biodiversity mainstreamed in urban municipalities? Status of mainstreaming efforts with urban biodiversity indicators in major Japanese cities. The International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2017 (Jeju, South Korea, Sep. 2017).
  18. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Status of Apiculture and effects of ecological conditions in Japan: How knowledge of beekeeping is transmitted in inter-generational manner. The International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2017 (Jeju, South Korea, Sep. 2017).
  19. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Schemes of benefit sharing in alternative livelihood strategies: Potential of geographical indications of non timber forest products. International Union of Forest Research Organizations 125th Anniversary Congress (Freiburg, Germany, Sep. 2017).
  20. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2017) Spatial analysis of forest environmental tax as a scheme of Payment for Ecosystem Service: Suggestions to the REDD+. International Union of Forest Research Organizations 125th Anniversary Congress (Freiburg, Germany, Sep. 2017).
  21. H. Shibata, ReSIN-III project team (2017) Impact of winter climate change on soil nitrogen dynamics in northern forest ecosystem. International Conference of Nitrogen Cycling and Its Environmental Impacts in East Asia (Nanjing, China, Oct. 2017).
  22. H. Kurokawa, M. Aiba, Y. Onoda, M. Oguro, T. Nakashizuka (2017) Mapping nationwide forest ecosystem functions and services in Japan. 2017 Forest Inventory and Analysis Stakeholder Science Meeting (Utah, USA, Oct. 2017).
  23. T. Ito, H. Mogi, M. Nagane, T. Hamamoto, M. Toda, Y. Yoshii, Y. Maeda, M. Oka, Y. Uchida (2017) Variability of denitrification potentials in riverbank soils along Bekanbeushi river, Hokkaido. 1st International KAMPAI Symposium on Sustainable Management of Resources and Environment in the 21ST Century (Sapporo, Japan, Nov. 2017).
  24. T. Ito, H. Mogi, M. Nagane, T. Hamamoto, M. Toda, Y. Yoshii, Y. Maeda, M. Oka, Y. Uchida (2017) Variability of denitrification potentials in riverbank soils along Bekanbeushi river, Hokkaido. Autumn meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Hokkaido Branch (Sappro, 2017.11).
  25. Y. Miyamoto, T. Seikai, T. Yoshida (2017) Effect of past river alteration on spatial distribution of Shijimi clam in the lakes Mikata-goko: the evaluation using TLK (Traditional Local Knowledge). The 3rd Asian Marine Biology Symposium (Kumamoto, Japan, Nov. 2017).
  26. M. Nagane, H. Shibata, Y. Uchida, R. Tateno (2017) Effects of nutrient addition on nitrous oxide and nitrate leaching from soils under different land-use in northern Japan. International Workshop on N2O Emissions in Various Ecosystems (Taichung, Taiwan, Nov. 2017).
  27. T. Sasai, R. R. Nemani (2017) Evaluation of terrestrial carbon cycle with the land use harmonization dataset. AGU 2017 Fall Meeting (New Orleans, USA, Dec. 2017).
  28. K. Murakami, T. Sasai, S. Kato, M. Saito, T. Matsunaga, K. Hiraki, S. S. Maksyutov (2017) 1km global terrestrial carbon flux: estimations and evaluations. AGU 2017 Fall Meeting (New Orleans, USA, Dec. 2017).
  29. R. Shibata, M. Aiba, M. Oguro, T. Nakashizuka (2017) Modelling and mapping recreation services using multi-scale natural and social metrics in Japan. The 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership World Conference (ESP9) (Shenzen, China, Dec. 2017).
  30. M. Oguro, H. Taki, T. Furukawa, H. Kurokawa, T. Masaki (2017) Modelling provisioning services and their relationship with socio-ecological factors in Japan. The 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership World Conference (ESP9) (Shenzen, China, Dec. 2017).
  31. C. Haga, T. Inoue, W. Hotta, R. Shibata, S. Hashimoto, H. Kurokawa, T. Machimura, T. Matsui, J. Morimoto, H. Shibata (2017) A development of future scenario simulation system of natural capital and ecosystem services on LANDIS-II linking qualitative scenarios and landscape change model in Japan. The 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership World Conference (ESP9) (Shenzen, China, Dec. 2017).
  32. T. Inoue, H. Shibata, C. Haga, T. Matsui (2017) Effects of land use change and climate change on soil nitrogen cycle at a watershed scale in eastern Hokkaido, Japan. The 9th Ecosystem Services Partnership World Conference (ESP9) (Shenzen, China, Dec. 2017).
  33. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama, A. Tashiro, M. Sun Park (2018) Sustainable tourism managements with regional designations experience from rural areas in Japan. The 83rd TOSOK International Tourism Conference (Incheon, South Korea, Feb. 2018).
  34. T. Katori, M. Oguro, M. Kawata (2018) The effect of climate and growth form on diversification and distribution of flowering plants. The 8th EAFES International Congress (Nagoya, Japan, Apr. 2018).
  35. T. Inoue, H. Shibata, N. Nakazumi, C. Haga, T. Matsui (2018) Combined effects of future changes of land use/land cover and climate on nitrogen leaching to stream water in a forest, farmland and wetland dominated landscape, northern Japan. Global Land Programme (GLP) Asia conferenece 2018 (Beijing, China, Sep. 2018).
  36. C. Haga, T. Inoue, T. Matsui, J. Morimoto, H. Shibata, T. Machimura (2018) Scenario analysis of landscape change and evaluation of terrestrial ecosystem services and landscape diversity using Forest Landscape Model. Global Land Programme (GLP) Asia conferenece 2018 (Beijing, China, Sep. 2018).
  37. H. Shibata, A. Oita, J. Shindo (2018) Nitrogen footprint approach to evaluate nitrogen loss to the environment. The 8th EAFES (East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies) International Congress (Nagoya, Japan, Apr. 2018).
  38. F. Nakamura (2018) Dam improvement to restore a linkage between forest, stream, and marine ecosystem in Hokkaido, northern Japan. Global Land Programme (GLP) Asia conferenece 2018 (Beijing, China, Sep. 2018).
  39. N. Ishiyama, K. Kawajiri, A. Terui, K. Miura, F. Nakamura (2018) Direct and indirect effects of land-river-ocean connection on reproduction success of a large biofilter, freshwater pearl mussel. Global Land Programme (GLP) Asia conferenece 2018 (Beijing, China, Sep. 2018).
  40. J. Morimoto, T. Umebayashi, S. Suzuki, T. Owari, T. Suzuki, H. Shibata (2018) The effects of salvage logging after a catastrophic wind disturbance on the wood carbon stock in northern Japan. 18th International Boreal Forest Research Association Conference (Laxenburg, Sep. 2018).
  41. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2018) Why urban biodiversity matters? The motivations for cities to develop conservation and education programs. The 8th EAFES International Congress (Nagoya, Japan, Apr. 2018).
  42. R. Kohsaka, S. Kajima, A. Tashiro, Y. Uchiyama, M. S. Park (2018) The Political Ecology of Regional Names on Agricultural Products; Governing Boundaries and Qualities through Geographical Indications. 2018 Circular Economy for Agri-Food Resource Management (Seoul, Korea, Jun. 2018).
  43. R. Kohsaka (2018) Transition to a Cycle-Oriented Society in Japanese Agriculture and Knowledge System: From Traditional Knowledge in Satoyama, Geographical Indications and Agriculture 4.0. 2018 Circular Economy for Agri-Food Resource Management (Seoul, Korea, Jun. 2018).
  44. Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka (2018) How Does Accessibility Affect the Perceived Values by Visitors of Tourism Resources? Quantitative Analysis of Academic Literature of MAB and GIAHS. COMSA 2018 : The 5th Conference on Management and Sustainability in Asia (Hiroshima, Japan, Aug. 2018).
  45. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2018) Non-market food provisioning services via communal sharing and use of Geographical Indications in satoyama socio-ecological production landscapes on Japan's Noto peninsula. World Social Science Forum 2018 (Fukuoka, Japan, Sep. 2018).
  46. Y. Uchida, H. Mogi, T. Hamamoto, M. Nagane, M. Toda (2018) Denitrification potentials and riverbank soil bacterial structures along Shibetsu river, Japan. 21st World Congress of Soil Science (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, Aug. 2018).
  47. M. Oguro (2018) Mapping people's interests on plants using Twitter and exploring factors explaining its spatial distribution. ESA Annual Meeting 2018 (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Aug. 2018).
  48. C. Oka, M. Aiba, Y. Onoda, H. Kurokawa, T. Nakashizuka (2018) Functional and phylogenetic diversity of tree species assures diversity of forest bounties. ESA Annual Meeting 2018 (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Aug. 2018).
  49. R. Shibata, M. Aiba, T. Nakashizuka (2018) Influence of Natural and Social Attributes on Educational Value: Evaluation of Cultural Ecosystem Service in Japan. ESA Annual Meeting 2018 (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Aug. 2018).
  50. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2018) Municipal urban biodiversity managements with participation of citizens and collaboration of multiple sectors: Challenges and potentials. Urban Transitions 2018 (Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 2018).
  51. Y. Uchiyama, A. Tashiro, R. Kohsaka (2018) Sustainable managements of green and blue infrastructures in urban areas with rapid aging: Citizens' attitudes toward their neighbouring environment. Urban Transitions 2018 (Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 2018).
  52. J. Morimoto, H. Komatsu, W. Hotta, S. Suzuki, T. Owari (2019) The effects of catastrophic wind disturbance and subsequent salvage logging in a boreal forest on the species composition of seedlings, juveniles, and adults are still apparent more than 50 years after the event. The 10th Annual International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE) World Congress P0171 (Milan, Italy, Jul. 2019).
  53. T. Nakashizuka (2019) Effects of climate change on forest ecosystems in Japan. The e-ASIA JRP Congference on Climatic Change and Natural Disaster. (Vladivostok, Russia, Aug. 2019).
  54. R. Kohsaka, Y. Uchiyama (2019) Transmission of traditional knowledge for production of non-timber forest products: Explicit knowledge and Geographical Indication. Transforming Approaches to Forests & Forestry through Traditional and Local Knowledges (Vancouver, 2019.8).
  55. H. Shibata, J. Baron, A. Oita, A. Leach, T. Weinmann (2019) Challenges to develop the global assessment guidance for the nitrogen impacts for human and nature. International Long-Term Ecological Research Network Open Science Meeting 2019 (Leipzig, Germany, 2019.9).
  56. H. Shibata (2019) Nitrogen biogeochemistry in a forest ecosystem under changing climate. AsiaFlux2019 - 20th Anniversary Workshop - (Takayama, Japan, 2019.10).
  57. H. Shibata (2019) How can you join the ILTER? -Challenge and opportunity for collaboration between LTER and Flux research. SSE, TERN & TaiwanFlux Joint Meeting 2019 (Hualien, Taiwan, 2019.10).
  58. R. Kohsaka, Y. Miyake, Y. Uchiyama (2020) Facilitating rural development and sustainability with GI: From tradition, to environment with products, to place-based GIAHS registration, From local to global, the challenge of Geographical Indications. International and Japanese perspectives (Nagoya, 2020.2).
  59. J. Morimoto, M. Aiba, F. Furukawa, Y. Mishima, F. Terada, N. Yoshimura, S. Nayak, T. Takemi (2020) Assessment of windthrow risk by successive typhoons with heavy rain in northern Japan.Wind & Trees (Rotorua, New Zealand 2020.2).
  60. M. Sugiura, J. Morimoto, F. Nakamura (2020) The effects of salvage logging and deer browsing activity on post-windthrow forest restoration: Results from a 15-year monitoring program in northern Japan. Wind & Trees,( Rotorua, New Zealand, 2020.2).
  61. X. Sun, Y. Iwachido, S. Hayashi, S. Horiuchi, M. Kirishita, A. Mori, T. Sasaki : Potential conservation sources for rare plant species in urban area. 67th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan (ESJ67, Nagoya)
  62. H. Shibata,R. Ban,N. Hirano,S. Eguchi : Country-wide nitrogen export to river from terrestrial system in Japan. International Workshop on Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Dairy Farming System through Crop-Livestock Integration (‚, 2020.2)
  63. K. Miura, N. Ishiyama, D. Ito, K. Kawajiri, H. Izumi, J. N. Negishi, F. Nakamura (2020) Processes of time-lagged extinction of long-lived freshwater mussels. 67th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan (ESJ67, Nagoya)

Science and Technology Dialogs with the Public

  1. T. Nakashizuka (2018) Evaluating ecosystem services provided by rural areas to cities. International Workshop "Bioeconomy-changing rural landscapes for sustainable economic development" (Kobe, Japan, Nov.2018).

Others

  1. Environments Award / F. Nakamura : Dam improvement to restore a linkage between forest, stream, and marine ecosystem in Hokkaido, northern Japan. Global Land Programme (GLP) Asia conferenece 2018 (Beijing, China, Sep. 2018).

Theme 3

Journal Publications

Peer-Reviewed
  1. K. Momota, M. Nakaoka (2016) Influence of different types of sessile epibionts on the community structure of mobile invertebrates in an eelgrass bed. PeerJ, 5: e2952.
  2. T. Yamakita, K. Sudo, Y. Jintsu-Uchifune, H. Yamamoto, Y. Shirayama (2017) Identification of important marine areas using ecologically or biologically significant areas(EBSAs) criteria in the east to southeast Asia region and comparison with existing registered areas for the purpose of conservation. Marine Policy, 81, p.273-284.
  3. T. Yamakita, Y. Matsuoka, S. Iwasaki (2017) Impact of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake on the use of tidal flats: A case study in inner Tokyo bay.Journal of Environmental Information Science, 2017-1, p.25-36.
  4. J. Hori, H. Tajima, M. Makino (2017) The analysis of stakeholders' interests in coral reef ecosystems and their services -A case study on the Sekisei Lagoon-, Journal of Coastal Zone Studies, 30-2, p.61-73. (in Japanese)
  5. Y. Morioka, T. Miyama, S. M. Varlamnov, Y. Miyazawa, K. Furukawa, A. Endo, M. Uematsu, N. Miyazaki, T. Yamagata (2017) Strategic Efforts toward Establishment of a Scientific Basis for SIMSEA, Japan Society of Ocean Policy, 7, p.133-144. (in Japanese)
  6. L. M. Nordlund, E. L. Jackson, M. Nakaoka, J. Samper-Villarreal, P. Beca-Carretero, J. C. Creed (2017) Seagrass ecosystem services - what's next?. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 134, p.145-151.
  7. H. Yamano (2017) Status of coral reefs of the world and Japan, future projections, and conservation measures, Journal of the Japanese Coral Reef Society, 19, p.41-48, DOI:10.3755/jcrs.19.41. (in Japanese)
  8. V. E. Leopardas, M. Hori, H. Mukai, Y. Tanaka, K. Yokoi, M. Aoki, N. Sato, N. Whanpetch, M. Nakaoka (2018) Broad scale variation in seagrass benthic macrofaunal assemblages along the coast of Japan. Ecological Research, 33, p.105-117.
  9. M. Nakaoka, K. Sudo, M. Namba, H. Shibata, F. Nakamura, S. Ishikawa, M. Makino, H. Yamano, S. S. Matsuzaki, T. Yamakita, X. Yu, X. Hou, X. Li, J. Brodie, K. Kanemoto, D. Moran, F. Verones (2018) TSUNAGARI: A new interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary study toward conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services. Ecological Research, 33, p.35-49.
  10. H. Igarashi, S. Saitoh, Y. Ishikawa, M. Kamachi, N. Usui, M. Sakai, Y. Imamura (2018) Identifying potential habitat distribution of the neon flying squid (Ommastrephes bartramii) off the eastern coast of Japan in winter. Fisheries Oceanography, 27-1, p.16-27.
  11. X. Fang, X. Hou, X. Li, W. Hou, M. Nakaoka, X. Yu (2018) Ecological connectivity between land and sea: a review. Ecological Research, 33, p.51-61.
  12. N. H. Kumagai, H. Yamano, Sango Map Project Committee (2018) High-resolution modeling of thermal thresholds and environmental influences on coral bleaching for local and regional reef management. PeerJ, 6:e4382.
  13. M. Hori, H. Hamaoka, M. Hirota, F. Lagarde, S. Vaz, M. Hamaguchi, J. Hori, M. Makino (2018) Application of the coastal ecosystem complex concept toward integrated management for sustainable coastal fisheries under oligotrophication. Fisheries Science, 84, p.283-292.
  14. C. S. Smith, M. Ito, M. Namba, M. Nakaoka (2018) Oyster aquaculture impacts Zostera marina epibiont community composition in Akkeshi-ko estuary, Japan. PLOS ONE, 13(5):e0197753.
  15. M. Namba, M. Nakaoka (2018) Spatial patterns and predictor variables vary among different types of primary producers and consumers in eelgrass Zostera marina beds. PLoS ONE, 13-8, e0201791.
  16. X. Ba, N. Kouchi, K. Watanabe, M. Nakaoka, M. Fujii (2018) Material cycling in coastal waters and the role of the Kiritappu Wetland in Hamanaka, Hokkaido: An analysis using the surf clam (Pseudocardium sachalinense) as an environmental indicator. Marine Chemistry, 205, p.81-89.
  17. K. Momota, M. Nakaoka (2018) Seasonal change in spatial variability of eelgrass epifaunal community in relation to gradients of abiotic and biotic factors. Marine Ecology, 39, e12522.
  18. N. H. Kumagai, J. Garcia Molinos, H. Yamano, S. Takao, M. Fujii, Y. Yamanaka (2018) Ocean currents and herbivory drive macroalgal-coral community shift under climate warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA, 115, p.8990-8995.
  19. N. H. Kumagai, H. Yamano, Committee Sango-Map-Project (2018) Prediction of Local and Regional Coral Bleaching Using Open Data, Journal of the Remote Sensing Society of Japan, 38-2, p.95-98, DOI:10.11440/rssj.38.95. (in Japanese)
  20. A. Nanami (2018) Spatial distributions, feeding ecologies, and behavioral interactions of four rabbitfish species (Siganus unimaculatus, S. virgatus, S. corallinus, and S. puellus). PeerJ, 6, e6145.
  21. H. Glon, H. Yamaguchi, M. Daly, M. Nakaoka (2019) Temperature and salinity survival limits of the fluffy sea anemone, Metridium senile (L.), in Japan. Hydrobiologia, 830, p.303-315.
  22. T. Kubo, T. Tsuge, H. Abe, H. Yamano (2019) Understanding island residents' anxiety about impacts caused by climate change using Best-Worst Scaling: A case study of Amami islands, Japan. Sustainability Science, 14, p.131-138.
  23. T. Yamakita, F. Sodeyama, N. Whanpetch, K. Watanabe, M. Nakaoka (2019) Application of deep learning techniques for determining the spatial extent and classification of seagrass beds, Trang, Thailand. Botanica Marina, 62, p. 291-308, DOI: 10.1515/bot-2018-0017 ?
  24. K. Sudo, K. Watanabe, N. Yotsukura, M. Nakaoka (2019) Predictions of kelp distribution shifts along the northern coast of Japan. Ecological Research, 35-1, p47-60, DOI: 10.1111/1440-1703.12053.
  25. Y. Morioka, S. Varlamov, Y. Miyazawa (2019) Role of Kuroshio Current in fish resource variability off southwest Japan. Sci. Rep., 9, 17942.
  26. T. Yamakita (2019) Eelgrass Beds and Oyster Farming in a Lagoon Before and After The Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011: Potential for Applying Deep Learning at a Coastal Area. IGARSS 2019, 9748-9751, Doi:10.1109/IGARSS.2019.8900354
  27. M. Namba, M. Hashimoto, M. Ito, K. Momota, C. Smith, T. Yorisue, M. Nakaoka (2020) The effect of environmental gradient on biodiversity and similarity of invertebrate communities in eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds. Ecological Research 35, 61-75, DOI: 10.1111/1440-1703.12086?
  28. T. Kubo, S. Uryu, H. Yamano, T. Tsuge, T. Yamakita, Y. Shirayama (2020) Mobile phone network data reveal nationwide economic value of coastal tourism under climate change. Tourism Management, 77, 104010.
  29. Y. F. Kitano, C. Hongo, Y. Yara, K. Sugihara, N.H. Kumagai, H. Yamano (in press) Data on coral species occurrences in Japan since 1929. Ecological Research
  30. K. Arita, H. Suzuki, H. Yamano, T. Yabe, N.H. Kumagai (in press) Quantitative records of habitat-forming seaweeds found in Japanese temperate and subtropical zones (fucoids and kelps). Ecological Research
  31. M. Sato, A. Nanami, C. J. Bayne, M. Makino, M. Hori (2020) Changes in the potential stocks of coral reef ecosystem services following coral bleaching in Sekisei Lagoon, southern Japan: implications for the future under global warming. Sustainability Science, DOI:10.1007/s11625-019-00778-6.
Non Peer-Reviewed
  1. T. Yamakita (2016) Coastal biodiversity at the landscape level, AQUABIOLOGY, 38-6, p.681-686. (in Japanese)
  2. Y. Hiroya (2017) Climate Change Impacts on Aquatic Organisms, Journal of water and waste, 59, p.68-73. (in Japanese)
  3. T. Yamakita (2017) Current Status of Marine Biodiversity Assessment in the Asia and Status of Assessing Marine Ecosystem Services, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36, p.25-28, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.25. (in Japanese)
  4. Y. Shiroyama (2017) Consideration of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service in Marine Ecosystem from a Point of View of Nature's Contribution to People, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36, p.9-17, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.9. (in Japanese)
  5. H. Yamano, H. Oguma (2017) Recent progress of image-based remote sensing of coral reefs, Kaiyo monthly, 60, p.99-106. (in Japanese)
  6. T. Yamakita (2018) Cultural ecosystem services of temperate coastal areas of japan: Uses of tidal flats, sandy beaches, and rocky/coral areas. 8th Asian Wetland Symposium 2017 Proceedings, p.290-293.
  7. G. Yoshida, M. Hori, H. Shimabukuro, H. Hamaoka, H. Onitsuka, N. Hasegawa, D. Muraoka, K. Yatsuya, K. Watanabe, M. Nakaoka (2019) Carbon sequestration by seagrass and macroalgae in Japan: estimates and future needs. In: T. Kuwae, H. Hori (eds.), Blue carbon in shallow coastal ecosystems, p.101-128. Springer, Singapore.
  8. H. Yamano, Y. F. Kitano, H. Abe, T. Hosokawa, S. Tanaka, H. Kobayashi, T. Yamamoto (2017) Declining Coral Reefs due to Bleaching Events Caused by Anomalously High Sea Surface Temperatures: Airborne Observations at Sekisei Lagoon and Yabiji, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, Journal of the Remote Sensing Society of Japan, 39, p.393-398, DOI:10.11440/rssj.39.393. (in Japanese)
  9. Y. Furushima, T. Yamakita, T. Miwa, D. Lindsay, T. Fukushima, Y. Shirayama (2019) New techniques for standardization of environmental impact assessment. In Environmental Issues of Deep-Sea Mining, pp. 275-313, Springer, Cham.
  10. M. Makino, M. Hori, A. Nanami, J. Hori, H Tajima (2020) Mapping the policy interventions on marine social-ecological systems: Case study of Sekisei Lagoon, Southwest Japan. (In: Saito O, Hashimoto S, Takeuchi K ed.s) Managing Socio-ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes for Sustainable Communities in Asia: Mapping and Navigating Stakeholders, Policy and Action, Springer, 11-29.

Oral Presentations

  1. A. Nanami, T. Sato, Y. Kawabata, J. Okuyama (2016) Spawning aggregation of white-streaked grouper Epinephelus onus: Spatial distribution, annual variation and sex-Specific arrival timing. 13th International Coral Reef Symposium 2016 (Honolulu, Hawaii, Jun. 2016).
  2. T. Yamakita, N. Yasuda, M. Tsujino, N. Kumagai, H. Yamano (2016) Gap between future distribution of corals and marine use / Spatial planning around Japanese archipelago. 13th international Coral Reef Symposium 2016 (Honolulu, Hawaii, Jun. 2016).
  3. T. Yamakita, Y. Yara, K. Yamada, M.Matsuba (2016) How Species in different traits affected by the earthquake and Tsunami considering recovery potential used for EBSA and marine spatial planning. 5th International Ecosummit, Ecological Sustainability, Engineering Change 2016 (Montpellier, France, Aug. 2016).
  4. M. Nakaoka (2016) Introduction to TSUNAGARI: the need to establish transdisciplinary science toward conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services in Asia. EcoBalance 2016 (Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 2016).
  5. M. Nakaoka, M. lto, H. Ahn (2016) High pH water in eelgrass bed of Akkeshi-ko estuary, northern Japan: mitigation of ocean acidification by seagrass?. 12th International Seagrass Biology Workshop (Nant Gwrtheym, Wales, UK, Oct. 2016).
  6. H. Yamano (2016) Marginal coral reefs and coral communities in Japan. 13th International Coral Reef Symposium (Honolulu, Hawaii, Jun. 2016).
  7. Y. Miyazawa (2017) Extension of the ocean forecasting including investigation of marine ecosystem behavior and coupling with the seasonal climate forecast. Symposium: Past, Present, Future of Predicting Ocean and Climate Variability (Tokyo, Japan, Jan. 2017).
  8. Y. Ishikawa, H. Igarashi, T. Wakamatsu, Y. Tanaka, H. Nishikawa, S. Nishikawa, M. Kamachi (2017) Numerical forecasting system ocean environments for squid fisheries. ASLO2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting (Honolulu, Hawaii, Feb. 2017).
  9. M. Namba, M. Hashimoto, C. Smith, Z. Tamura, T. Yorisue, K. Momota, M. Ito, M. Nakaoka (2017) Evaluation of the regional variation in ecosystem functions of eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds in eastern Hokkaido. 64th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Tokyo, Japan, Mar. 2017).
  10. T. Yamakita (2017) From biodiversity prediction to ecosystem service evaluation: Marine case studies in Japan. The 9th GEOSS Asia-Pacific Symposium (Tokyo, Japan, Jan. 2017).
  11. H. Ahn, M. Ito, N. Kouchi, K. Watanabe, H. Abe, T. Isada, M. Nakaoka (2017) Spatial variation of phytoplankton and coastal environment in Hamanaka Bay and Biwase Bay, eastern Hokkaido, Japan: Evaluating effects of Kiritappu Wetland. Third Asian Marine Biology Symposium (Kumamoto, Japan, Nov. 2017).
  12. M. Nakaoka, K. Sudo, T. Yamakita, T. Komatsu, H, Yamano, H. Sugisaki, K. Tadokoro, K. Fujikura, H. Yamamoto, Y. Shirayama (2017) Integrative Observations and Assessments of Asian Marine Biodiversity by J-BON and related activities in Japan. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation 2017 Biannual Conference (Providence, USA, Nov. 2017).
  13. M. Nakaoka (2017) Sato-umi in theory and in application. Sato-umi in the Anthropocene, Forum at the Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach, USA, Nov. 2017).
  14. M. Nakaoka, M. Namba, K. Sudo, H. Ahn, J. Shoji (2017) Evaluation of multiple ecosystem services from seagrass beds in Japan: Synergetic effects or trade-offs of blue carbon services?. SCESAP2017 (Cebu, Philippines, Dec. 2017).
  15. M. Hori, M. Sato, M. Hamaguchi (2017) Seagrass-oyster farmers interaction detected by eelgrass DNA analysis in Hinase area of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan. Coast 2017 symposium co-organized by the Japanese-French oceanographic society: Systemic and Biodiversity Evolution of Marine Coastal Ecosystems under the Pressure of Climate Change, Natural and Anthropogenic Local Factors (Bordeaux, France, Nov. 2017).
  16. M. Hori, F. Lagarde (2017) Dynamics of shellfish-exploited ecosystem under oligotrophication. Coast 2017 symposium co-organized by the Japanese-French oceanographic society: Systemic and Biodiversity Evolution of Marine Coastal Ecosystems under the Pressure of Climate Change, Natural and Anthropogenic Local Factors (Bordeaux, France, Nov. 2017).
  17. M. Sato, A. Nanami, M. Hori (2017) Valuations of ecosystem service and identification of conservation activities protecting those services in the Sekisei lagoon. southwest Japan. Coast 2017 symposium co-organized by the Japanese-french oceanographic society: Systemic and Biodiversity Evolution of Marine Coastal Ecosystems under the Pressure of Climate Change, Natural and Anthropogenic Local Factors (Bordeaux, France, Nov. 2017).
  18. M. Hori, F. Lagarde, V. Derolez, M. Richard, M. Hamaguchi, J. Hori, M. Makino (2018) Coastal management using oyster-seagrass interaction for sustainable aquaculture, fisheries and environment. 110th annual meeting of National Shellfisheries Association (Seatle, Canada, Mar. 2018).
  19. M. Namba, M. Hashimoto, M. Ito, K. Momota, C. Smith, T. Yorisue, M. Nakaoka (2018) Effects of environmental gradients on the diversity and functional traits of macroinvertebrate communities associated with eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds in Eastern Hokkaido, Japan. 65th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Sapporo, Japan, Mar. 2018).
  20. T. Yamakita (2018) Distribution of marine species over East and South East Asia from data used for EBSA extraction, Biodiversity estimation in time and space: a macroecological perspective of community assembly and diversity patterns. 11th GEOSS Asia-Pacific Symposium (Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 2018).
  21. T. Yamakita (2018) Feasibility of large scale analysis and potential networking as AP-MBON. 11th GEOSS Asia-Pacific Symposium Agenda TG2: Asia Pacific Biodiversity Observation Network (AP BON) (Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 2018).
  22. T. Yamakita, H. Yokooka, F. Sodeyama, Y. Fujiwara, M. Kawato, S. Tsuchida, S. Ishibashi, T. Kurokawa, D. Lindsay, M. Nakaoka, K. Watanabe, N. Wanpetch, Y. Yara, M. Matsuba, K. Fujikura (2018) Utilization of Deep Learning in mapping of the ocean floor: Extraction of brittle stars by image recognition, seagrass distribution using image to image translation. Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2018 (Chiba, Japan, May.2018).
  23. T. Yamakita, F. Sodeyama, K. Watanabe, N. Wanpetch, M. Nakaoka (2018) Utilization of Deep Learning on land use mapping at the coastal area. International Conference on Spatial Analysis and Modeling (Tokyo, Japan, Sep. 2018).
  24. M. Nakaoka, K. Sudo (2018) Revising the distribution map of tropical seagrass beds in southeast Asia. World Seagrass Conference 2018 (Singapore, Jun. 2018).
  25. M. Nakaoka, H. Abe, M. Namba, H. Ahn, T. Inoue, H. Shibata (2018) Predicting changes in coastal ecosystem services in relation to land use change in the watershed of Akkeshi LTER, Japan. ILTER CC and ILTER-EAP Joint Conference (Taichung, Taiwan, Oct. 2018).
  26. M. Nakaoka, H. Yamaguchi (2018) Plant-Animal interactions in warming oceans. The 6th Taiwan-Japan Ecology Workshop (Tainan, Taiwan, Nov. 2018).
  27. N. H. Kumagai, H. Yamano, C. Sango-Map-Project (2018) High-resolution modeling of thermal thresholds and environmental influences on coral bleaching for local and regional reef management. 4th Asia-Pacific Coral Reef Symposium (Cebu, Philippines, Jun. 2018).
  28. N. H. Kumagai, J. Garcia Molinos, H. Yamano, S. Takao, M. Fujii, Y. Yamanaka (2018) Dominance shift from macroalgae to corals across coastal communities: roles of climate change, ocean currents and herbivory. International-symposium in JAMSTEC: Spatiotemporal dynamics of aquatic organisms in a changing world (Yokohama).
  29. M. Makino, M. Hori, J. Houri, A. Nanami, Y. Tojo, H. Tajima (2018) Understanding the integrated policy for harmonizing the marine ecosystem conservation and sustainable uses: a case of Sekisei Lagoon, Japan. OTO'18 Kobe (Kobe, Japan, May. 2018).
  30. A. Sugimoto (2018) Environment and culture in an island community: Some insights for re-building the framework of cultural ecosystem service. PICES 2018 Annual Meeting (Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 2018).
  31. T. Yamakita, F. Sodeyama, N. Whanpetch, K. Watanabe, M. Nakaoka (2018) Application of the deep-learning technics for the extraction of seagrass beds: over 30 years changes of beds at Futtsu in the Tokyo Bay, Japan and Hat Chao Mai National Park, Thailand. World Seagrass Conference 2018 (Singapore, Jun. 2018).
  32. Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan (2018) Launch of the AP-Marine BON: Past, Present and Future activities. GeoWeek 2018 (Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 2018).
  33. M. Namba, M. Nakaoka (2018) Spatial variation in different types of primary producers and epifaunal community of eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds in eastern Hokkaido, Japan. The 4th World Conference of Marine Biodiversity (Montreal, Canada, May. 2018).
  34. K. Sudo, M. Nakaoka (2018) Broad-scale estimation of distribution and biomass of tropical seagrass beds covering the whole coastlines of Southeast Asia. World Seagrass Conference 2018 (Singapore, Jun. 2018).
  35. M. Namba, H. Abe, M. Ito, M. Nakaoka (2018) Seasonal dynamics of primary producers of eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds in two lagoons with contrasting environmental gradients and stability. The 6th Taiwan-Japan Ecology Workshop (Tainan, Taiwan, Nov. 2018).
  36. M. Ito, M. Nakaoka (2018) Synthesized reviews on seasonal patterns of two intertidal seagrass species, Zostera japonica and Z. noltii. The 6th Taiwan-Japan Ecology Workshop (Tainan, Taiwan, Nov. 2018).
  37. H. Yamaguchi, M. Nakaoka (2018) Effect of seawater warming on the rocky intertidal surfgrass community, 65th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Sapporo, Japan, Mar. 2018).
  38. M. Ito, M. I. O'Connor, M. Nakaoka (2019) Latitudinal and temperature effects on seasonal patterns of two intertidal seagrass species, Zostera japonica and Z. noltii. 66th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Kobe, Japan, Mar. 2019).
  39. N. H. Kumagai, J. G. Molinos, H. Yamano, S. Takao, M. Fujii, Y. Yamanaka (2019) Ocean currents and herbivory drive macroalgae-to-coral community shift under climate warming. 12th International Temperate Reef Symposium (Hong Kong, Jan.2019).
  40. M. Sato, A. Nanami, C. J. Bayne, M. Makino, M. Hori (2019) Changes in the values of coral reef ecosystem services following coral bleaching in Sekisei Lagoon, southern Japan. 66th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Kobe, Japan, Mar. 2019).
  41. T. Yamakita, N. Yasuda, A. Shimura, A. Nakabayashi, T. Nakamura, H. Aizawa, Y. Kitano, A. Iguchi, S. Nagai, S. Agostini, K. Teshima, H. Yamano (2019) Proposal of important marine areas for the coral reefs considering genetic EBSA criteria, northward up of their distribution, and ecosystem services. The 9th Biennial Conference of the International Biogeography Society (Malaga, Spain, Jan. 2018).
  42. M. Namba, H. Abe, M. Ito, M. Nakaoka (2019) Seasonal dynamics of eelgrass (Zostera marina) bed communities in two lagoons in Hokkaido with contrasting environmental gradients and stability. 66th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Kobe, Japan, Mar. 2019).
  43. T. E. A. Quiros, M. Nakaoka, R. Ramilo, M. Soniega, H. Garay (2019) Blue Carbon and Ecosystem Services in Mangroves and Seagrasses: a comparative case study approach, 9th International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB 2019) (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Jul. 2019)
  44. M. Nakaoka (2019) Biodiversity and ecosystem service of seagrass beds in East and Southeast Asia: Current status and challenges, International Conference on Climate Change and Natural Disasters in the Asia-Pacific Region (Vladiostok, Russia, Aug. 2019)
  45. M. Nakaoka, H. Tamaki, D. Muraoka, D. Shimizu, N. Tanaka (2019) Resilience of seagrass beds after the catastrophic tsunami varies among sites and component species, CERF2019 (Mobile, USA, Nov. 2019).
  46. A. Nanami (2019) Species-specific spatial distribution of butterfly fishes (family Cheatedontidae)in an Okinawan coral reef. Society for Coastal Eco-systems Studies - Asia pacific Biodiversity Symposiaum. (Bogor, Indonesia, Aug. 2019).
  47. N. H. Kumagai (2019) Trends in ocean and coastal ecosystems and their services and its future, PICES 2019 Annual Meeting (Victoria, Canada, 2019.10) (Invited Keynote Speaker)
  48. T. Yamakita (2019) Introduction of M-BON, AP-BON, AP-MBON & Marine biodiversity data. Ninth GOOS Regional Alliances Forum Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)
  49. T. Yamakita (2019) Biodiversity observations in Asia-Oceania - Marine. AOGEO TG2: Asia Pacific Biodiversity Observation Network (APBON) (Cambella, Australia)
  50. N. Kumagai, Garcia Molinos J., H. Yamano, S. Takao, M. Fujii, Y. Yamanaka (2019) Community shifts from macroalgae to corals under climate warming: Underlying processes and adaptation strategies. PICES-2019 Annual Meeting (Victoria, BC, Canada)
  51. A. Sugimoto (2019) Participatory scenario building to conserve Cultural Ecosystem Services: The possibilities and challenges from a case study in Japan. PICES 2019 Annual Meeting (Victoria, BC, Canada, 2019.10)
  52. M. Namba, M. Nakaoka (2020) The effect of salinity fluctuation on species interactions of eelgrass (Zostera marina) bed communities. 67th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan (ESJ67, Nagoya)
  53. M. Ito, M. Namba, E. Adamczyk, M.I. O'Connor, M. Nakaoka (2020) Does epifauna association with seagrass differ in native and introduced seagrass? : Comparison of two Zostera species in Japan and Canada. 67th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan (ESJ67, Nagoya)
  54. S. Tahara, K. Sudo, T. Yamakita, M. Nakaoka (2020) Application of deep learning for mapping seagrass beds: is it possible to classify seagrass species from drone images?. 67th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan (ESJ67, Nagoya)

Others

  1. BEST PRESENTATION AWARD / A. Sugimoto (2018) Environment and culture in an island community: Some insights for re-building the framework of cultural ecosystem service. PICES 2018 Annual Meeting (Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 2018).
  2. BEST PRESENTATION AWARD of Science Board Symposium / A. Sugimoto (2019) Participatory scenario building to conserve Cultural Ecosystem Services: The possibilities and challenges from a case study in Japan. PICES 2019 Annual Meeting (Victoria, BC, Canada, Oct. 2019).

Theme 4

Journal Publications

Peer-Reviewed
  1. H. Fujii, S. Managi (2016) An Evaluation of Inclusive Capital Stock for Urban Planning. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, 2, p.10
  2. K. Iwata, S. Managi (2016) Can Land Use Regulations and Taxes Help Mitigate Vehicular CO2 Emissions? An Empirical Study of Japanese Cities. Urban Policy and Research, 34-4, p.356-372.
  3. N. Behling, M. C. Williams, S. Managi (2016) Japan Has Great Expectations for a Hydrogen Society. ECS Transactions, 71-1, p.1-12.
  4. K. Imamura, K. Takano, N. Mori, T. Nakashizuka, S. Managi (2016) Attitudes toward Disaster-prevention risk in Japanese Coastal Areas: Analysis of Civil Preference. Natural Hazards, 82-1, p.209-226.
  5. R. Miyagawa, K. Matsushita, K. Asano (2017) Insect Pollinators' Contribution to Crop Production: Valuing Welfare Losses Attendant upon the Loss of Pollination Services, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36-1, p.53-58, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.53. (in Japanese)
  6. Y. Sugiawan, M. Islam, S. Managi (2017) Global Marine Fisheries with Economic Growth. Economic Analysis and Policy, 55, p.158-168.
  7. M. Wakamatsu, K. J. Shin, C. Wilson, S. Managi (2017) Can bargaining resolve the international conflict over whaling?. Marine Policy, 81, p.312-321.
  8. M. Wakamatsu, K. J. Shin, C. Wilson, S. Managi (2017) Exploring a gap between Australia and Japan in the economic valuation of whale conservation. Ecological Economics, 146, p.397-407.
  9. D. Rajapaksa, M. Islam, S. Managi (2017) Natural Capital Depletion: The Impact of Natural Disasters on Inclusive Growth. Economics of Disasters and Climate Change, 1-3, p.233-244.
  10. H. Fujii, M. Sato, S. Managi (2017) Decomposition Analysis of Forest Ecosystem Services Values. Sustainability, 9-5, p.687.
  11. K. Matsushita, H. Taki, F. Yamane, K. Asano (2018) Shadow Value of Ecosystem Resilience in Complex Natural Land as a Wild Pollinator Habitat. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 100-3, p.829-843.?
  12. Y. Yoshida, H. Matsuda, K. Fukushi, S. Ikeda, S. Managi, K. Takeuchi (2018) Assessing Local-scale Inclusive Wealth: A case study of Sado Island, Japan. Sustainability Science.
  13. F. Yamane (2018) A Review of Empirical Research on Uncertainty Perception and Behavior, Journal of Rural Economics, 90-2, p.144-162, DOI:10.11472/nokei.90.144. (in Japanese)
  14. M. Wakamatsu, R. Yamaguchi, S. Ikeda, S. Managi (2018) Inclusive Wealth: Toward Local Sustainability Assessment and Policy Application, Environmental Econpmics and Policy Studies, 11-2, p.43-56, DOI:10.14927/reeps.11.2_43. (in Japanese)
  15. E. Aly, S. Managi (2018) Energy Infrastructure and Their Impacts on Societies' Capital Assets: A Hybrid Simulation Approach to Inclusive Wealth. Energy Policy, 121, p.1-12.
  16. R. Kurniawan, S. Managi (2018) Economic Growth and Sustainable Development in Indonesia: An Assessment. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 54-3, p.339-361.
  17. R. Kurniawan, S. Managi (2018) Measuring Long-Term Sustainability with Shared Socioeconomic Pathways using an Inclusive Wealth Framework. Sustainable Development, 26-6, p.596-605.
  18. M. Islam, R. Yamaguchi, Y. Sugiawan, S. Managi (2019) Valuing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services: A Literature Review. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.159-174.
  19. M. Islam, S. Managi (2019) Green Growth and Pro-Environmental Behavior: Sustainable Resource Management using Natural Capital Accounting in India. Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 145, p.126-138.
  20. S. Ikeda, S. Managi (2019) Future Inclusive Wealth and Human Well-being in Regional Japan: Projections of Sustainability Indices based on Shared Socioeconomic Pathways. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.147-158.
  21. R. Kurniawan, S. Managi (2019) Linking Wealth and Productivity of Natural Capital for 140 Countries between 1990 and 2014. Social Indicators Research, 141-1, p.443-462.
  22. O. Saito, S. Hashimoto, S. Managi, M. Aiba, T. Yamakita, R. DasGupta, K. Takeuchi (2019) Future Scenarios for Socio-Ecological Production Landscape and Seascape. Sustainability Science, 14-1, p.1-4.
  23. Y. Sugiawan, R. Kurniawan, S. Managi (2019) Are Carbon Dioxide Emission Reductions Compatible with Sustainable Well-being?. Applied Energy, 242, p.1-11.
  24. Y. Sugiawan, S. Managi (2019) New Evidence of Energy-Growth Nexus from Inclusive Wealth. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 103, p.40-48.
  25. R. Yamaguchi, S. Managi (2019) Backward- and Forward-Looking Shadow Prices in Inclusive Wealth Accounting: An Example of Renewable Energy Capital. Ecological Economics, 156, p.337-349.
  26. R. Yamaguchi, M. Islam, S. Managi (2019) Inclusive Wealth in the 21st century: A Summary and Further Discussion of Inclusive Wealth Report 2018. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences. 12, p.101-111
  27. D. Broadstock, S. Managi, R. Matousek, N.G. Tzeremes (2019) Does Doing 'Good' Always Translate into Doing 'Well'? An Eco-efficiency Perspective. Business Strategy and the Environment, 28(6), 1199-1217
  28. A. Chapman, H. Fujii, S. Managi (2019) Multinational Life Satisfaction, Perceived Inequality and Energy Affordability. Nature Sustainability, 2-6, p.508-514
  29. S. Managi (2019) Is Japan's Commercial Whaling Doomed? Nature, 573, p.34
  30. C. Tolliver, A. R. Keeley, S. Managi (2019) Green Bonds for the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals. Environmental Research Letters, 14-6, 064009
  31. J. Mitra, C. Wilson, S. Managi, P. Kler, P. Prayaga, U. Khanal (2019) What Determines Whale Watching Tourists' Expenditure? A Study from Hervey Bay, Australia. Tourism Economics, 25-7, p.1134-1141
  32. M. Wakamatsu, S. Managi (2019) Examining Public Support for International Agreements on Tuna Management and Conservation. Ecological Economics, 156, p.337-349
  33. S. Managi, J. Wang, Z. Li, L. Zhang (2019) Research Progress on Monitoring and Assessment of Forestry Area for Improving Forest Management in China. Forestry Economics Review, 1-1, p.57-70
  34. C. Tolliver, A. R. Keeley, S. Managi (2020) Drivers of Green Bond Market Growth: The Importance of Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris Agreement and Implications for Sustainability. Journal of Cleaner Production, 244, 118643
  35. S. Kariyawasam, C. Wilson, R. L. I. Madhubhashini, K. G. Sooriyagoda, S. Managi (2020forthcoming) Conservation versus Socio-economic Sustainability: A Case Study of the Udawalawe National Park, Sri Lanka. Environmental Development (forthcoming), 319
  36. K. Tanaka, I. Matsukawa, S. Managi (2020forthcoming) An Experimental Investigation of Bilateral Oligopoly in Emissions Trading Markets. China Economic Review (forthcoming), 318
  37. S. Managi, G. Halkos(2020) Natural Capital and Ecosystem Service: Sustainable Forest Management and Climate Change. Journal of Forest Economics 35-2, p.103-106, 317
  38. W. Athukorala, M. Karunarathna, C. Wilson, S. Managi (2020) Conservation of Genetic Resources of Crops: Farmer Preferences for Banana Diversity in Sri Lanka. Journal of Forest Economics, 35-2, p.177-206
  39. K. Oyama (2020) IPBES and Biodiversity Policy: From the Perspective of Multi-level Governance. Hogaku-kenkyu (Keio University), 93-1, p.21-45
  40. K. Oyama (2017) The Concept of Governance in Social-Ecological System Theory: IPBES, Ostrom, and Public Governance, Journal of law, politics and sociology, 90-3, p.1-31. (in Japanese)
  41. K. Oyama (2017) IPBES: The Multilevel Governance for Conserving Biodiversity: The Review of Some Previous Studies, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36-1, p.38-41 DOI:10.2750/arp.36.38. (in Japanese)
  42. K. Asano, F. Yamane (2017), Socio-economic Value of Rural Areas as Sources of Ecosystem Services, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36-1, p.165-169, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.42. (in Japanese)
  43. K. Asano (2018) Invisible Wealth of Nations and Social Capital, Journal of Rural Planning Association, 36-4, p.487-489, DOI:10.2750/arp.36.487. (in Japanese)
  44. T. Kira, A. Sadamatu, M. Terada, W. Sano, T. Sakai (2017) Comparative Administrative Law and Policy in "Law and Science" between the United States and Japan: A Review of Sheila Jasanoff's Science at the Bar, Japan Journal for Science, Technology & Society, 26, p.71-102. (in Japanese)
Non Peer-Reviewed
  1. S. Managi (eds.) (2016) The Wealth of Nations and Regions. Routledge.
  2. W. Sano (2018) Utopia as Method: From the Viewpoint of Nonideal Theory, Socialsystems: political, legal and economic studies, 21, p.207-221, DOI:10.14989/230661. (in Japanese)
  3. S. Managi, P. Kumar (2018) Inclusive Wealth Report 2018: Measuring Progress toward Sustainability. Routledge, New York, USA.
  4. S. Managi (Eds.) (2019) Wealth, Inclusive Growth and Sustainability. Routledge, New York, USA.
  5. N. Behling, T. Behling, M. Williams, S. Managi (2019) Japan's Quest for Nuclear Energy and the Price It Paid: Accidents, Consequences, and Lessons Learned for the Global Nuclear Industry. Elsevier, New York, USA.

Oral Presentations

  1. M. Wakamatsu, K. J. Shin, S. Managi (2016) The role of economics in solving international conflict: a case of whaling between Japan and Australia. 18th International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) Conference (Aberdeen, Scotland, Jul. 2016).
  2. M. Wakamatsu, K. J. Shin, S. Managi (2016) Measuring economic value of whale species: comparison between Australia and Japan. 18th International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) Conference (Aberdeen, Scotland, Jul. 2016).
  3. M. Wakamatsu, K. J. Shin, S. Managi (2016) The role of economics in solving international conflict: a case of whaling between Japan and Australia. The 6th Congress of the East Asian Association of Environmental and Resource Economics (Fukuoka, Japan, Aug. 2016).
  4. M. Wakamatsu, K. J. Shin, S. Managi (2016) Measuring economic value of whale species: comparison between Australia and Japan. 21st Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies Annual Conference 2016 (Tokyo, Japan, Sep. 2016).
  5. M. Usami (2016) Distributive Goals in Climate Justice. 4th International Conference on Sustainable Development. (Rome, Italy, Sep. 2016).
  6. T. Tamaki, S. Managi (2017) Economic Impacts Caused by the Diffusion of Hydrogen Energy. INFORMS annual meeting 2017 (Houston, USA, Oct. 2017).
  7. M. Usami (2017) Democracy, Expertise, and Climate Change. 3rd International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP3). (Singapore, Jun. 2017).
  8. M. Usami (2017) The Right to Development in Climate Policy: A Philosophical Appraisal. Institute for Public Policy and Economic Analysis 2017 International Conference (IPPEAN 2017). (New York, USA, Aug. 2017).
  9. M. Wakamatsu, S. Managi (2018) The effect of specific knowledge about fish stocks on willingness to pay for ecolabeled seafood. 23rd Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies Annual Conference 2018 (Tokyo, Japan, Sep. 2018).
  10. M. Wakamatsu, S. Managi (2018) Examining public support for international agreement on tuna management and conservation. International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) Conference (Seattle, Canad, Jul. 2018).
  11. M. Wakamatsu, S. Managi (2018) The effect of specific knowledge about fish stocks on willingness to pay for ecolabeled seafood. World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists (Gothenburg, Sweden, Jun. 2018).
  12. M. Usami (2018) Epistemic Democracy: An Examination of Judgement Democracy. Association for Social and Political Philosophy Conference (Rome, Italy, Jun. 2018).
  13. M. Usami (2018) Epistemic Democracy: An Examination. 1st IVR Japan International Conference (Kyoto, Japan, Jul. 2018).
  14. K. Oyama (2019) IPBES and Biodiversity Policy: From the Perspective of Multi-level Governance. International Conference on Public Policy 4 (Montreal, Canada, Jun. 2019).
  15. M. Usami (2019) Historical Responsibility for Climate Change: The Problem of Excusable Ignorance. Keynote Speech. 2nd World Congress on Climate Change. (Hotel Muggelsee Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 27 Sep. 2019).
  16. K. Matsushita, M. Hori, F. Yamane, and K. Asano (2019) Shadow Value of Landscapes in Terrestrial Ecosystems Linking with Aquatic Ecosystems. Japan-Rural Planning Seminar (Shiga, Japan, Oct. 2019)
  17. M. Usami (2019) Historical Responsibility in Climate Justice. International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts and Responses (Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., 2019.4.16-17)
  18. M. Usami (2019) What Challenge to Democracy Will Climate Change Present? 4th International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP4) (University of Concordia, Montreal, 2019.6.27)
  19. J. Hori, F. Yamane, K. Matsushita, K. Asano (2021forthcoming) Visualizing the linkage between human well-being and local ecosystem services: a case study in southwest Japan. The 32rd International Congress of Psychology (ICP) 2021 (Prague, Czech Republic, 2021.7)
  20. J. Hori, M. Makino, Y. Oozeki, K. Asano (2021forthcoming) Determinant factors affecting Japanese consumer's eco-conscious behavior to buy sustainable fishery products. Marine Socio-Ecological Systems 2020 (Yokohama, Japan, 2021.5)