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Published Papers

FURUSAWA Hitomi, HINO Teruaki, TAKAHASHI Hiroshi, KANEKO Shinji
Landscape and Ecological Engineering   12(2) 223-230   Jul 2016   [Refereed]
古澤 仁美
水利科学   58(6) 78-96   2015   [Refereed]
近年,日本の森林域ではニホンジカ(Cervus nippon centralis Temminck,以下シカという)の分布域が拡大したり個体数が増加したりしていると指摘されている。シカの増加によって森林植生におけるシカの採食の影響が顕著になってきている。シカの採食は,剥皮による樹木の枯死(Akashi and Nakashizuka 1999),低木層と下層植生の消失(荒木・横山 2011),下層植生の種組成の変化(田村 2011),林床植生の現存量の減少(井上・小泉 1996; Yoko...
古澤 仁美, 佐野 哲也
日本緑化工学会誌   39(3) 400-405   Feb 2014   [Refereed]
小野 賢二, 中村 克典, 田中 永晴, 古澤 仁美, 平井 敬三
森林総合研究所研究報告 = Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute   12(1) 49-66   Mar 2013
SANO Tetsuya, MIURA Satoru, FURUSAWA Hitomi, KANEKO Shinji, YOSHIDA Takahiro, OHARA Seiji
木材工業 = Wood industry   67(6) 252-257   Jun 2012
SATO Hiroaki, KANDA Nami, FURUSAWA Hitomi, YOKOTA Taketo, SHIBATA Ei'ich
Japanese journal of conservation ecology   10(2) 185-194   Dec 2005   [Refereed]
Estimating the size of sika deer (Cervus nippon) populations using fecal-pellet counts requires measurements of pellet density and defecation, pellet production and pellet decay rates. Although the latter three parameters vary with locality and se...
Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute   4(2) 157-165   Jun 2005   [Refereed]
大台ケ原山ではニホンジカ(Cervus nippon cenralis Temminck、以下シカという)の個体数密度が高く、林床に優占するミヤコザサ(Sasa nipponica Makino et Shibata、以下ササと呼ぶ)はシカの主食になっている。我々は大台ケ原においてシカを排除したプロットおよびササ刈りを行ったプロットを設定して、ミヤコザサとニホンジカが土壌の化学性および微生物バイオマスにおよぼす影響について3年間調査を行った。ササ地上部現存量はシカを排除した区では3年後には...
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   30(3) 524-531   Feb 2005   [Refereed]
The objective of this study was to describe the temporal changes in soil properties for 8 years at an experimental site. Five plots were established in 1996 on a site with granite-derived soils : three plots with pioneer trees, one with grass, and...
Goto Y., Kaneko S., Ikeda T., Miyama T., Tamai K., Kominami Y., Furusawa H.
Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society   86(4) 327-336   Nov 2004
HINO Teruaki, FURUSAWA Hitomi, ITO Hiroki, UEDA Akira, AKAHATA Yoshihiro, ITO Masamichi
Japanese journal of conservation ecology   8(2) 145-158   Dec 2003   [Refereed]
Ohdaigahara has one of the largest natural forests in western Japan. The forest, however, is facing collapse because high densities of sika deer strip tree bark and browse on tree seedlings. The Ministry of the Environment has selected the forest ...
Kaneko Shinji, Hirano Yasuhiro, Miyama Takafumi, Furusawa Hitomi
森林応用研究   12(2) 93-97   Sep 2003
Furusawa H., Miyanishi H, Kaneko S, Hino T
JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE FORESTRY SOCIETY   85(4) 318-325   2003   [Refereed]
In the forests at Ohdaigahara, central Japan, the understory is dominated by dwarf bamboo (Sasa nipponica Makino et Shibata ; hereafter, sasa), which has been intensely grazed as a result of a recent overpopulation of sika deer (Cervus n...
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   26(4) 289-299   May 2001   [Refereed]
In this study, changes in soil microbial biomass carbon and soil development were measured for the first three years in an experimental site of five plots on decomposed granite soil : three plots were of pioneer species, one was of grass, and one ...
Furusawa Hitomi, Araki Makoto, Hino Teruaki
森林応用研究   10(1) 31-36   Mar 2001
We examined the effects of the dwarf bamboo sasa (Sasa nipponica) on the water potential of surface soil. We used 4 types of experimental plots in a forest at Ohdaigahara, in southern Honshu: with deer (Cervus nippon centralis) and either with or ...
Kaneko Shinji, Miyama Takafumi, Furusawa Hitomi, Torii Atsushi, Araki Makoto
森林応用研究   9(2) 27-31   Sep 2000
FUJIMOTO Kiyoshi, SAKAI Hisao, MORISADA Kazuhito, FURUSAWA Hitomi, NAKAJIMA Toshihiro, FUSE Osamu, KOBAYASHI Shigeo
Japanese journal of forest environment   40(2) 83-90   Dec 1998
Kaneko Shinji, Miyama Takafumi, Araki Makoto, Furusawa Hitomi, Torii Atsushi, Nishimoto Tetsuaki
森林応用研究   (7) 39-42   Mar 1998
荒木 誠, 金子 真司, 鳥居 厚志, 古澤 仁美
森林応用研究   (7) 165-166   Mar 1998
ARAKI Makoto, KANEKO Shinji, KIYONO Yoshiyuki, IKEDA Takefumi, FURUSAWA Hitomi, TORII Atsushi, ITO Hiroki, TAKAHATA Yoshihiro, TAMAI Koji
Japanese journal of forest environment   39(1) 46-58   Jun 1997


TODA Hiroto, FURUSAWA Hitomi
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   39(2)    Nov 2013

Conference Activities & Talks

SANO Tetsuya, MIURA Satoru, FURUSAWA Hitomi, KANEKO Shinji, YOSHIDA Takahiro, OHARA Seiji
日本エネルギー学会大会講演要旨集   30 Jul 2012   
Batch leaching test (Japanese leaching test No.18) were performed on the forest soil and burnt sand mixed with the two types of wood ash containing toxic inorganic elements such as Cr and As. Forest soil showed higher buffer capacity than burnt sa...
SANO Tetsuya, MIURA Satoru, FURUSAWA Hitomi, KANEKO Shinji, YOSHIDA Takahiro, OHARA Seiji, NOMURA Tadashi
日本エネルギー学会大会講演要旨集   9 Aug 2011   
Potentialities of wood ashes for fertilizer were evaluated by three leaching tests using different eluting solvents: water, acetic acid, and hydrochloric acid. The most eluted macronutrient by hydrochloric acid on 19 wood combustion ashes from 13 ...
Furusawa Hitomi, Miura Satoru, Inagaki Masahiro, Inagaki Yoshiyuki, Sano Tetsuya, Nanko Kazuki, Watano Yoshinori
The Japanese Forest Society Congress   2011   
Sano Tetsuya, Miura Satoru, Furusawa Hitomi, Kaneko Shinji
The Japanese Forest Society Congress   2011   
Furusawa Hitomi, Hino Teruaki, Takahashi Hiroshi, Kaneko Shinji
The Japanese Forest Society Congress   2009   
Mizoguchi Takeo, Hirano Yasuhiro, Tanikawa Toko, Kaneko Shinji, Furusawa Hitomi, Ueda Yasuhiro, Fushiya Naoka
The Japanese Forest Society Congress   2007   
Kaneko Shinji, Araki Makoto, Kiyono Yoshiyuki, Furusawa Hitomi, Torii Atsushi, Ito Hiroki
Transactions of Kansai Branch of the Japanese Forestry Society   25 Mar 1996   

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