MIYAURA Tomiyasu

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MIYAURA Tomiyasu
Ryukoku University
Faculty of Science and Technology,Department of Environmental Solution Technology
Job title
Doctor(Agriculture)(Nagoya University)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Forest tree breeding institute,
Forest Agency
- Professor,
Faculty of Science and Technology,


Forestry, Graduate School, Division of Agriculture, Nagoya University
Forestry, Faculty of Agriculture, Nagoya University

Published Papers

Why does Daphne pseudomezereum drop its leaves in the summer? An adaptive alternative to surviving forest shade
Thomas Lei, Naoko Yamashita, Takuya Watanabe, Takayuki Kawahara, Tomiyasu Miyaura
Physiologia Plantarum (doi:10.1111/ppl.12972)      2019   [Refereed]
Two-decadal trends in aboveground litterfall and net primary production in self-thinning Pinus banksiana stands in Wood Buffalo National Park, NWT, Canada
Nahoko Kurachi,Tomiyasu Miyaura,Jumpei Toriyama,Yojiro Matsuura &Akira Osawa
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (ttps://doi.org/10.1080/02827581.2018.1555277)      Dec 2018   [Refereed]
DBH-height relationships of tree population revisited.
Sumida, A., Miyaura, T.
The 59th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan      Mar 2013
Relationships of tree height and diameter at breast height revisited: analyses of stem growth using 20-year data of an even-aged Chamaecyparis obtusa stand
Sumida, A., Miyaura, T., Torii, H.
Tree Physiology OO   106-118   Jan 2013   [Refereed]
Carbon budget of Canadian boreal forests: estimation of litterfall in 2004 and 2005
Akira Osawa, Tomiyasu Miyaura, Naoko Kurachi
Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University   (9) 213-221   May 2007


Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society   Vol. 71, 69-73    1989
A growth model of a single sugi(Cryptomeria japonica) tree based on the dry matter budget of its aboveground parts.
Tree Physiology   Vol. 13, 263-274    1993
In vitro plantlet regeneration from axillary buds and the growth of acclimated plantlet of Kunugi (Quercus acutissima).
Bulletin of the National Foret Tree Breeding Center   Vol. 13, 45-52    1995
Growth analysis of a single sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) tree based on the measurement of its aboveground death-rate and net-production rate.
Abstracts of 5th International Congress of Ecology at Yokohama   Proceeding of the Congress, p2    1990

Conference Activities & Talks

DBH-height relationships of tree population revisited.
Sumida, A., Miyaura, T.
The 59th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan, Ohtsu   18 Mar 2012   
DBH-height relationships of tree population revisited.
The 59th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan, Ohtsu   2011   

Research Grants & Projects

Study on population dynamics of forest trees
Project Year: 1981   
Studies on biomass production processes in satoyama landscape

Social Contribution

Satoyama - Ecology and sustainable management
[Lecturer]  20 Oct 2014
Satoyama - ecology and managements
[Lecturer]  22 Jul 2013