KOIKE Fumito

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Name
KOIKE Fumito
E-mail
koike-fumito-nxynu.ac.jp
URL
http://www.minnagis.com
Affiliation
Yokohama National University
Section
Faculty of Environment and Information Sciences Division of Natural Environment and Information
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Science (Ph.D)(Kyoto University), Master of Science(Kyoto University), Bachelor of Science(Chiba University)
Other affiliation
Yokohama National University
Research funding number
20202054

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
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Today
Professor, Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences Department of Natural Environment, Yokohama National University
 
Apr 2017
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Today
Professor, College of Urban Sciences Department of Risk Management and Environmental Science Specialization in Risk Management and Environmental Science , Yokohama National University
 
Apr 2011
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Today
Professor, College of Engineering Science Department of Architecture,Infrastructure,Ocean Engineering and Ecosystem Science Ecology, Earth and Environmental Science Program, Yokohama National University
 
Sep 2008
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Today
Professor, Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences Department of Risk Management and Environmental Sciences Specialization in Life and Environment Management, Yokohama National University
 
Sep 2008
 - 
Today
Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Sciences Division of Natural Environment and Information, Yokohama National University
 

Education

 
 
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1988
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyoto University
 
 
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1982
Faculty of Science, Chiba University
 

Published Papers

 
Koike Fumito
Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   24(1) 1-9   2019
Takafumi Tatewaki, Fumito Koike
Ecological Indicators   85 468-478   2018   [Refereed]
A method estimating synoptic scale mammal density index is proposed.
Roadkill records accumulated by municipalities were used for source information.
Animal density model is constructed to exclude biases in estimating density index.
The model cons...
Fumito Koike, Nobuo Morimoto
Global Ecology and Biogeography   27 991-1000   2018   [Refereed]
We propose a simple supervised method for forecasting the expansion of the geographical range of non‐indigenous species without any detailed information on the pathway mechanisms. The models currently used, such as metapopulation models, populatio...
Koike Fumito
Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   23(1) 1-3   2018
TATEWAKI Takafumi,KOIKE Fumito
Wildlife and Human Society   3 15-28   2016   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Significance of forest canopy research and methods for accessing the tree crown.
Japanese Journal of Ecology   50 57-59   2000

Books etc

 
Living in ecosystems
Tokai University Press   Mar 2012   ISBN:978-4-486-019
Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks
Clout, M. N., Kawamichi, M., De Poorter, M. and Iwatsuki, K. (Part:Joint Editor, 責任編集者)
SHOUKADOH Book Sellers and IUCN   2006   ISBN:978-487974604
Biological invasion, an issue of growing importance due to the significant increase in international transportation and trade, can disturb the balance of local ecosystems and even destroy them. This collection of papers presented at the Internatio...
Satoyama revitalization
S. Sadohara, F. Koike, R. Kada, Y. Satoh (Part:Joint Editor)
Soshinsha   Nov 2011   ISBN:978-4-88340-2
Invasive alien mammals in Japan
University of Tokyo Press   2011   ISBN:978130602211
Risk assessment of invasive alien species and new community ecology
Bun-Ichi Sogo Shuppan   2010   ISBN:978-4-8299-10

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on forest Community
The Other Research Programs
Predict composition and abundance of species in forest community
Community prediction community assembly rules
The Other Research Programs
Predict communities of plants and animals
Assessment and control of alien species
The Other Research Programs
Risk assessment before introducing non-indigenous organisms
Conseration of bio-diversity in suburban landscapes
The Other Research Programs
Develop landscape ecology to conserve bio-diversity

Social Contribution

 
Distribution of important alien species in 2010
[]  Mar 2010