KAJI Mikio

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Name
KAJI Mikio
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Frontier Sciences Department of Environmental Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
(Agriculture)(The University of Tokyo)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1982
Graduate School, Division of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1969
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science (Natural Sciences), Shinshu University
 

Misc

 
Studies on the Ecological Geography of Subalpine Conifers-Distribution pattern of Abies mariesii in relation to the effect of climate in the post glacial warm period-
Bulletin of the Tokyo University Forest   72    1982
Studies on the Ecological Status of Abies firma Forest in the Boso Peninsula
Bulletin of the Tokyo University Forest   68    1975
Tropical Rain forest in South Western Cameroon
The Tropical Forestry   6    1986
Structure of Primary Japanese beech (Fagu japonica Maxim.)forests in the Chichibu Mountains, central Japan, with special reference to regeneration processes
Ecological Research   3    1988

Books etc

 
Comparison of the phenomena in Japanese and North American mountain vegetation in relation to the effect of post glacial climatic change
1983   
Forest and forestry encyclopedia(edited by Japan Forest Technical Assoc.)
Maruzen   2001   

Works

 
Vegetation Structure of Minami-Iwojima Island, the Bonin Islands
1982
Search for Useful Plants in Tropical Rain Forest in Cameroon, and Chemical Studies on Biologically active Substances on the Plants(共著)
1985
Forest vegetation and climate on the Highland of Ethiopia
1986
Comparison between natural and planting distribution of revegetation trees
1986

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on the dynamics of boreal mixed forest with coniferous and broad-leaved trees in large-scale research plots
Studies on the Regeneration Dynamics of the Natural Forests in Chichibu Mountains, Central Japan
Comparison of phenological and morphological characteristics of beech saplings from various localities in Japan