HATA Kenji

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Name
HATA Kenji
Nickname
Kenji_HT
Affiliation
Nihon University
Section
College of Commerce

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
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Today
Associate Professor, College of Commerce, Nihon University
 
Oct 2013
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Mar 2018
Post Doctoral Fellow, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
Sep 2010
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Mar 2011
Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences
 
May 2010
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Mar 2013
post doctoral fellow, Tokyo Metropolitan Unversity
 
Aug 2009
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Mar 2010
post doctoral fellow, Tokyo Metropolitan Univesity
 
Jun 2009
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Mar 2013
Tokai University
 
Sep 2008
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Mar 2009
post doctoral fellow, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
Apr 2008
 - 
Today
guest investigator, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
Jul 2007
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Mar 2008
post doctoral fellow, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 

Education

 
Apr 2001
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Mar 2007
Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
Apr 1999
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Mar 2001
Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ibaraki Universoty
 
Apr 1995
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Mar 1999
Faculty of Science, Ibaraki Universoty
 

Published Papers

 
Hata Kenji, Iwai Noriko, Sato Takanori, Sawada Haruo
JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH   22(4) 248-255   2017   [Refereed]
HATA Kenji, IWAI, Noriko, SAWADA, Haruo
Forest Science   60 1024-1028   2014   [Refereed]
HATA Kenji, KOHRI, Mari, MORITA, Sayaka, HIRADATE, Syuntaro, KACHI, Naoki
Ecosystems   17 1082-1094   2014   [Refereed]
Fine-scale distribution of aboveground biomass of herbaceous vegetation and soil nutrients on an oceanic island after goat eradication are correlated with grazing damage and seabird nesting
HATA Kenji, KOHRI Mari, MORITA Sayaka, HIRADATE Syuntaro, KACHI Naoki
Pacific Conservation Biology   20 344-353   2014   [Refereed]
Hata, K., Kato, H., Kachi, N.
Journal of Forest Research   17 208-212   2012   [Refereed]
Shahpasand, K., Uemura, I., Saito, T., Asano, T., Hata, K., Shibata, K., Toyoshima, Y., Hasegawa, M. and Hisanaga, S.
The Journal of Neuroscience   32(7) 2430-2441   2012   [Refereed]
Litterfall in forests dominated by an alien woody species, Casuarina equisetifolia, on Chichijima Island
Hata, K., Kato, H. and Kachi, N.
Ogasawara Research   35 1-14   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
Community structure of saplings of native woody species under forests dominated by alien woody species, Casuarina equisetifolia, in Chichijima Island
Hata, K., Kato, H. and Kachi, N.
Ogasawara Research   34 35-50   Mar 2009   [Refereed]
Hata, K., Kachi, N.
Global Environmental Research   14(1) 65-72   2009   [Refereed]
Hata, K., Suzuki, J-I. and Kachi, N.
Ogasawara Research   32 1-8   Mar 2007   [Refereed]
Hata, K., Suzuki, J-I., Kachi, N. and Yamamura, Y.
Pacific Science   60(3) 455-470   2006   [Refereed]
Effectiveness of the weed risk assessment system for the Bonin Islands
29. Kato, H., Hata, K., Yamamoto, H. and Yoshioka, T.
Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks   65-72   2006

Misc

 
T. Osawa, K. Hata, N. Kachi
Weed Research   56(2) 168-178   Apr 2016
© 2016 European Weed Research Society.Summary: Many introduced species can co-exist within the same ecosystem and sometimes interact with each other. Under such situations, eradication of one species may cause unexpected negative effects. Nakoudo-...
Kenji Hata, Naoki Kachi
Journal of Forest Research   22 135-140   Jan 2017
© 2017 The Japanese Forest Society. Extirpation of invasive plants does not always result in successful restoration of native plant communities because it can alter ecosystem function or promote further incursion of other invasive plants. To test ...
Kenji Hata, Kazuto Kawakami, Naoki Kachi
Science of the Total Environment   545/546 380-380   Mar 2016
© 2015 Elsevier B.V.The control of dominant, non-native trees can alter the water balance of soils in forest ecosystems via hydrological processes, which results in changes in soil water environments. To test this idea, we evaluated the effects of...
K. Hata, K. Kawakami, N. Kachi
Pacific Science   69(4) 445-460   Oct 2015
© 2015 by University of Hawai'i Press All rights reserved.The eradication of dominant, nonnative trees can alter soil conditions in forest ecosystems by changing the forest's water balance. To test this idea, we measured water in surface soil in f...
Syuntaro Hiradate, Sayaka Morita, Kenji Hata, Kenji Hata, Takeshi Osawa, Kyoko Sugai, Kyoko Sugai, Naoki Kachi
Catena   133 495-502   Jan 2015
© 2015 Elsevier B.V.To conserve indigenous natural ecosystem and help in the recovery of natural vegetation on Nakoudojima Island, which is a subtropical oceanic island in Ogasawara Islands in Japan, we clarified the mechanisms of the changes in s...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Impacts of eradication of alien species on island ecosystems: preferred and unpreferred eradication scenarios
Yoshida, K., Hata, K., Kohri, M., Kachi, N.
The 5th EAFES (East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies) International Congress   Mar 2012   
Impacts of eradication of alien species on island ecosystems: Spatial distributions of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in soils after goat eradication
Hata, K., Kohri, M., Hiradate, S., Morita, S., Kachi, N.
The 5th EAFES (East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies) International Congress   Mar 2012   
Litter of an alien tree inhibits seed germination and initial growth of a native tree on a subtropical oceanic island
Hata, K.
International Symposium "Alien vs. Researcher"   Dec 2009   
Spatial distribution of an alien shrub species in an oceanic island after the eradication of feral goats depends upon distances from its seed source and structure of herbaceous vegetation
Hata, K., Suzuki, J-I, Kachi, N., Kato, H
International Symposium on "Impacts of invasive alien species on biodiversity and mitigation of fragile ecosystems in the oceanic Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands"   Dec 2007   
Characteristics of mineral compositions of plants growing on Ogasawara Islands, Japan
Hiradate, S., Morita, S., Kusumoto, Y., Koyanagi, T., Hata, K., Sugai, K., Kato, H.
The 5th EAFES (East Asian Federation of Ecological Societies) International Congress   Mar 2012   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ten years changes of vegetation in an oceanic island after eradication of feral goats
The Japan Science Grant: Sasagawa Scientific Research Grant
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2012    Investigator(s): HATA Kenji
The Japan Science Grant: Sasagawa Scientific Research Grant
Project Year: Apr 2001 - Mar 2002    Investigator(s): HATA Kenji