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Tomoki Yagasaki (Researcher)


Doctor of Environment Science

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1. Academic background
April 1993 - Mar. 1997 Department of Life and Earth Science, Faculty of Education,
Yokohama National University, Japan
April 2001 - Mar. 2007 Department of Environment and Technology Management, Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University, Japan

2. Career
May 1998 - Mar. 2007 JISE Researcher
Apr. 2007 IGES-JISE Researcher

3. Speciality
Plant Ecology, Vegetation Ecology
Environmental Education
Regional environmental planning

4. Research & Activities
1) Study on structure, dynamics and evaluation of regional ecosystem
2) Rehabilitation of Degraded Lands in Asia and Africa

5. Academic Paper
(1) Yagasaki, T. and Y. Mochida. 1997. Floristic diversity of plant communities on boulders in Oirase gorge, northern Honshu, Japan. Ecological Review, 23(4): 283-293. (in English)
(2) Yagasaki, T. 1998. Morphological characteristics of Sasamorpha borealis populations with their degeneration and regeneration. Eco-habitat, 5(1): 89-93. (in Japanese)
(3) Yagasaki, T., N. Hoshi and S. Harada. 1999. The initial effects of fences on the floristic composition of forest floor vegetation -The beech forests of Mt. Tanzawa. Eco-habitat, 6(1): 113-118. (in Japanese)
(4) Yagasaki, T. and Y. Sasaki. 2000. Examination of vegetational information on the survey of river environment -Report on vegetation data of National census on river environment. Eco-habitat, 7(1): 89-103. (in Japanese with English Synopsis)
(5) Yagasaki, T. and K. Suzuki. 2002. Research on mesh analysis of ecological resources and its effectiveness for integrated coastal zone management -A case study on integrated evaluation space for ecological conservation. Eco-habitat, 9(1): 85-109. (in Japanese with English Synopsis)
(6) Yagasaki, T., Y. Murakami and H. Hayashi. 2003. An estimation of potential natural vegetation in urban and regidential areas based on a survey of the species composition of small vegetation-patches. Eco-habitat, 10(1):37-55. (in Japanese with English Synopsis)
(7) Yagasaki, T., Y. Takei, Y. Mukogawa and N. Hiraizumi. 2005. A Landscape evaluation based on a phytosociological study of Kawada district, Sabae-shi, Fukui prefecture, Japan. Eco-habitat, 12(1):65-106. (in Japanese with English Synopsis)
(8) Yagasaki, T. and K. Suzuki. 2006. An ecology-based approach on current development of regional environmental planning theory -A discussion on relational ecological tools and their functions and effectiveness. Yokohama Journal of Technology Management Studies, 5: 11-24. (in Japanese with English Summary)
(9) Yagasaki, T., Y. Takei, N. Hiraizumi and K. Suzuki. 2006. A methodological study on resource evaluation of regional landscape applied to phytosociological and ethnobiological approrch - A case study of Kawada district, Sabae city, Fukui prefecture, Japan as a rural area: satochi-satoyama region -. Eco-habitat, 13(1):59-99. (in Japanese with English Synopsis)
(10) Yagasaki, T. and T. Kuramochi. 2006. A discussion on the effectiveness of the biological distribution map "ikimono-chizu" for field-based environmental education -Through a JISE ecology school in Tenjin-jima Island, Japan -. Eco-habitat, 13(1):101-109. (in Japanese with English Synopsis)

6. Belonging to academic society
The Ecological Society of Japan
The Society of Vegetation Science
The Japanese Society of Environmental Education
The Society for the Study of Phytogeography and Taxonomy
The Flora-Kanagawa Association
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