ANDO Masaki

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ANDO Masaki
Gifu University
Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences
Agriculture(Nagoya University)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Research Associate, Gifu University Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Course


Nagoya University

Published Papers

Yokoyama, S., Maeji, I., Ueda, T., Ando, M. and Shibata, E.
Forest Ecology and Management   140(2) 93-99   2001   [Refereed]
Ando, M., Yokota, H. and Shibata, E.
Forest Ecology and Management   177(1) 323-331   2003   [Refereed]
Ando, M., Yokota, H. and Shibata, E.
Mammal Study   29(1) 73-83   2004   [Refereed]
Ando, M., Kondo, M., Yokota, H. and Shibata, E.
Mammal Study   30(2) 93-100   2005   [Refereed]
Ando, M., Itaya, A., Yamamoto, S. and Shibata, E.
Journal of Forest Research   11(1) 51-55   2006   [Refereed]


Roku Goda, Masaki Ando, Hiroaki Sato, Ei'Ichi Shibata, Ei'Ichi Shibata
Mammal Study   33 93-97   Sep 2008
The relationship between the number of fecal pellet groups found in line transects and estimates of deer density based on block counts on Mt. Ohdaigahara in central Japan was examined and the validity of fecal pellet group counts for obtaining an ...
A. Kamata, M. Ando, E. Shibata
Nihon Ringakkai Shi/Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society   90 174-181   Dec 2008
To clarify differences in the frequency of bark stripping and its causes, we established 16 transects in the eastern and western areas of Mt. Ohdaigahara, and examined the intensity of bark stripping, deer selection of tree species, available bark...
Masaki Ando, Hiro Omi Yokota, Ei'ichi Shibata
Forest Ecology and Management   177 323–331-331
Recent increases in the population of sika deer, Cervus nippon, on Mt. Ohdaigahara in central Japan, have resulted in severe damage to trees through bark stripping. We evaluated which tree species are selectively barked using Ivlev's selection ind...
A. Kamata, M. Ando, M. Ando, E. Shibata
Nihon Ringakkai Shi/Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society   90 404-410   Dec 2008
To clarify the manner of bark stripping to coniferous trees by sika deer (Cervus nippon) on Mt. Ohdaigahara, central Japan, we investigated: (1) the relationship between bark stripping and tree size, (2) the difference in bark stripping between tr...
Masaki Ando, Ei'Ichi Shibata
Sika Deer: Biology and Management of Native and Introduced Populations   207-216   Jan 2009
© Springer 2009. All rights are reserved. The recent increase in the sika deer (Cervus nippon) population has caused dieback of overstory trees due to bark-stripping on Mt. Ohdaigahara, central Japan, resulting in decline of the forest and expandi...

Books etc

Sika Deer―Biology and Management of Native and Introduced Populations
McCullough, D. R., Takatsuki, S.,&Kaji, K. (Eds.). (Part:Joint Work, PARTII - 15)
springer   2009   ISBN:978-4431094289
柴田叡弐・日野輝明編著 (Part:Joint Work, 第5章、第7章、第12章)
東海大学出版会   2009   ISBN:978-4486018308
小見山章(監修) (Part:Joint Work, 第3章の一部)
岐阜新聞社   2012   ISBN:978-4877971731

Research Grants & Projects

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(若手研究(B))
Project Year: 2010 - 2012    Investigator(s): Masaki ANDO
To elucidate the mechanisms of bark-stripping by sika deer with a viewpoint of food selection, and to construct the models predicting the bark-stripping damage, I investigated and analysed the relationships between the occurrence of bark-stripping...
Mechanism of the occurrence of bark stripping by Sika deer.
Research about solving conflicts between Wildlife and Human.