AIKOH Tetsuya

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Name
AIKOH Tetsuya
E-mail
tetsures.agr.hokudai.ac.jp
URL
http://www.agr.hokudai.ac.jp/hsla/aikoh/
Affiliation
Hokkaido University
Section
Graduate School of Agriculture Research Faculty of Agriculture, Division of Bioresources and Product Science, Research Group of Horticultural Scinence And Lndscape Architecture
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(Hokkaido University), Master of Environmental Science(Hokkaido University)
Research funding number
30261332

Profile

Tetsuya Aikoh is an Associate Professor at the Research Faculty of Agriculture of the Hokkaido University. He teaches landscape architecture and planning. His research interests are planning and management of recreational areas and protected areas.

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2008
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Research Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 
1993
 - 
2006
 Research Associate,Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 
2006
   
 
- Research Associate,Research Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 

Education

 
 
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1992
Graduate School, Division of Environmental Science, Hokkaido University
 
 
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1993
Graduate School, Division of Environmental Science, Hokkaido University
 
 
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1990
Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2009
 - 
Today
MMV - The International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas  International steering committee
 

Awards & Honors

 
May 2014
Tsuyoshi Tamura Prize, Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture
 

Published Papers

 
AIKOH Tetsuya, SHOJI Yasushi, TSUGE Takahiro, SHIBASAKI Shigemitsu, YAMAMOTO Kityotatsu
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism   in press    2018   [Refereed]
Investigating visitors’ crowding norms is necessary to establish the carrying capacity of natural recreation areas. For this purpose, several question formats have been used, but it is known that these have methodological issues. To reduce these m...
Mieno Taro, Shoji Yasushi, Aikoh Tetsuya, Arnberger Arne, Eder Renate
URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING   19 20-28   Sep 2016   [Refereed]
MITARAI Yozo, AIKOH Tetsuya, KOIKE Yasuhiko
Landscape Research Japan Online   9(0) 33-38   2016
Nowadays, there are a number of citizens engaged in the community greenings by various kinds of flowers on an individual basis as well as on a group basis. In the case of Sapporo city, the municipal government supports both individuals and groups....
AIKOH Tetsuya, GOKITA Reiko
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   9(0) 1-6   2016
Visitor monitoring is the essential management effort to make planning and management reasonable in national parks. Exact visitor statistics make managers possible to evaluate effectiveness of current management practices and facilities, and to pr...
Masashi Soga, Masashi Soga, Yuichi Yamaura, Yuichi Yamaura, Tetsuya Aikoh, Yasushi Shoji, Takahiro Kubo, Takahiro Kubo, Kevin J. Gaston
Landscape and Urban Planning   143 69-75   Nov 2015
© 2015 Elsevier B.V..Halting the 'extinction of experience', the progressive disengagement of people with the natural world, is vital to human health and wellbeing and to public support for global biological conservation. Home to the majority of h...
GOKITA Reiko, AIKO Tetsuya
Landscape Research Japan Online   78(5) 533-538   2015
The principal role of National Parks are providing unusual scenery and recreation opportunity and conserving biodiversity. Promoting utilization of them also contributes to visitors' health and culture of our society. Visiting parks might make a l...
敷田 麻美, 愛甲 哲也, 梅本 勝博
日本観光研究学会全国大会学術論文集 = Proceedings of JITR annual conference   29 169-172   Dec 2014
MITARAI Yozo, AIKOH Tetsuya, KOIKE Yasuhiko
Landscape Research Japan Online   7(0) 41-47   2014
Citizens living in urban areas are increasingly interested in participating in their community activities. As a part of their community activities, there are a lot of citizen groups engaged in horticultural volunteer activities in their neighborho...
Harald Schaller, Haukur Ingi Jónasson, Tetsuya Aikoh
Tourismos   8 21-38   Jan 2013
© University of the Aegean.For many protected areas, the inclusion of interested parties in decision-making processes has become both more important and common. The range of interests can lead to a variety of conflicts. Given the diversity of stak...
Ishikawa K, Hachiya N, Aikoh T, Shoji Y, NIshinari K, Satake A.
Tourism Management Perspectives   8 18-27   2013   [Refereed]
AIKO TETSUYA, TOMIDOKORO YASUKO
ランドスケープ研究(オンライン論文集)(Web)   5 96-103 (J-STAGE)   2012
Aikoh, T.; Abe, R.; Kohsaka, R.; Iwata, M.; Shoji, Y.
Forests   3(2) 155-165   2012   [Refereed]
TERASAKI Tatsuo, AIKOH Tetsuya, TAKE Masanori, NAKAJIMA Yutaka, TOYAMA Masaki
57(3) 12-21   Nov 2011
Canoe tourists' crowding perceptions have been examined by means of actual experience and visual approach based on photomontage simulations in Gesashi River, Okinawa. The more actual use levels increased, the more canoe tourists felt crowded, and ...
YAMAMOTO Kiyotatsu, TSUGE Takahiro, SHOJI Yasushi, SHIBASAKI Shigemitsu, AIKOH Tetsuya, YAMAKI Kazushige
57(3) 22-30   Nov 2011
The aims of this study were to analyze the data of accidents during 1989-2008 in the climbing at Mt. Fuji which extends over both prefecture of Yamanashi and Shizuoka in Japan and to clarify the characteristics of the accidents according to four m...
Masumi Yamagishi, Eri Yoshida, Tetsuya Aikoh, Tetsuya Kondo, Hideki Takahashi
Landscape and Ecological Engineering   6 155-159   Jan 2010
Many tiny yellow poppies are grown in the town area of Rishiri Island, Japan. Because the phenotype of this cultivated poppy is similar to that of Papaver fauriei, which is endemic to Mt. Rishiri, Rishiri Island, residents on the island call the c...
Arne Arnberger, Tetsuya Aikoh, Renate Eder, Yasushi Shoji, Taro Mieno
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening   9(3) 215-225   2010   [Refereed]
AIKOH Tetsuya, TOMIDOKORO Yasuko
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   73(5) 505-508   2010
In Japanese national parks,the designation of a park and its zoning boundaries is influenced by land ownership. There has been criticism that zoning is influenced by timber production or other commercial activities. We examined the relationship be...
Cultivated poppy (Papaver sp.) invades wild habitats of Papaver fauriei in the mountain area of Rishiri Island
YAMAGISHI, M., YOSHIDA, E., AIKOH, T., KONDO, T. & TAKAHASHI, H.
Landscape and Ecological Engineering   1860-1871   2009   [Refereed]
Monitoring trampling impacts from the disposal of human waste at campsites
Visitor Management in Nature-based Tourism. Series of the Institute for Landscape and Open Space, HSR University of Applied Science Rapperswil   2 17-24   2008
Differences in awareness for conservation of endangered spices between stakeholders: a case study for Cypripedium macranthum var. rebunense in Rebun Island
Annals of the Japan Association of Regional Policy Scientists   6 97-104   2008
AIKOH Tetsuya, SAKIYAMA Naruko, SHOJI Yasushi
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   71(5) 727-730   2008
Green spaces in residential areas have various functions, such as for recreational activities, making the place beautiful and so on. In this research, we investigated the economic effect of green spaces on the land prices in the residential area o...
AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   70(5) 515-518   Mar 2007
Recreational use of dog walkers in urban open space is one of the concerned issues by managers. There are complains from other visitors, such as unpicked feces, unleashed dogs, or threatening children. In this study, three different types of urban...
AIKOH Tetsuya, KOBAYASHI Akihiro, SHOJI Yasushi, YAMAKI Kazushige
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   69(5) 645-650   Mar 2006
Trail degradations have been found in popular mountainous natural parks in Japan. For maintenance of trails, managers should pay attention to the attitudes of hikers and stakeholders, and they should get the consensus for the ideal maintenance met...
AIKOH Tetsuya, KOIKE Yuriko, MATSUSHIMA Hajime
Papers on environmental information science   0(19) 25-30   Nov 2005
MATSUSHIMA Hajime, AIKOH Tetsuya
Papers on environmental information science   0(19) 95-100   Nov 2005
TSENG Shuowen, 浅川昭一郎, 愛甲哲也
都市学研究   42 17-24   Aug 2005
AIKOH Tetsuya, NORITOMI Tsuyoshi
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   68(5) 743-746   Mar 2005
Trail degradations have been found in most mountainous natural parks in Japan. For maintenance of trails, managers should pay attention to the attitudes of visitors and stakeholders, and they should get the consensus for the ideal maintenance meth...
Journal of urban studies   17-24   2005
Assenna Todorova, Shoichiro Asakawa, Tetsuya Aikoh
Landscape and Urban Planning   69 403-416   Oct 2004
The benefits of street vegetation, in particular the importance of trees, for urban dwellers have been given wide attention. There is, however, a lack of research on flowers as an element of street vegetation. This paper explores preferences for v...
TODOROVA Assenna, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
32(5) 111-118   Mar 2004
Landscape and Urban Planning   69 403-416   2004
The motivation, problems and opinions of residents involved in street flower-planting in Sapporo
Journal of Environmental Information Science   32(5) 111-118   2004
AIKOH Tetsuya
Memoirs of the Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University   25(1) 61-114   Mar 2003
MATSUSHIMA Hajime, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   65(5) 633-636   Mar 2002
Comparison of coastal landscape resources and land-uses on Hokkaido were discussed in this paper. Conservation of landscape resources, particularly natural coasts, were disturbed by their land-uses. Comparison of the changes in natural coastal are...
NAKANE Kazuyuki, AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   65(5) 653-658   Mar 2002
The social and ecological impacts caused by the increased number of visitors in the mountains, many of which designated as National Parks, should be considered. Though there are mountaineers involved with the management of some areas, but the stru...
AIKOH Tetsuya, CHENG Chiasheng, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   65(5) 669-672   Mar 2002
In order to define the social carrying capacity in National Parks, it is necessary to survey visitors' crowding perceptions and acceptable limits of encounters with other visitors. However, the numerical approach, which consists of asking responde...
TODOROVA Assenna, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   65(5) 717-722   Mar 2002
Recently there have been examples of citizen participation in street flower planting and maintenance in many cities around Hokkaido. Flowers planted along the pavement are to be seen in many residential areas of Sapporo. In order to understand res...
Attitudes towards Street Flowers in Sapporo City
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   65(5) 717-722   2002
AIKOH Tetsuya, KOBAYASHI Akihiro
Papers on environmental information science   15(0) 237-242   Nov 2001
KOBAYASHI AKIHIRO, AIKO TETSUYA
ランドスケープ研究   64(5) 723-728   Mar 2001
KOBAYASI AKIHIRO, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   64(5) 723-728   Mar 2001
My concern here is whether indicators and standards of negative changes in recreation experience are effective in response to the degree of the deterioration in social condition. The question is to have an insight into subjects on grasping the lev...
MATSUSHIMA Hajime, AIKOH Tetsuya, KONDO Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Papers on environmental information science   14(0) 295-300   Nov 2000
AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   63(5) 619-624   Mar 2000
For defining social carrying capacity fn recreational settings, it is necessary to ask visitors about their acceptable limit of encounters with other visitors. But their coping behavior may confound the reliability of that information We examined ...
KAWANE Azusa, AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   63(5) 695-700   Mar 2000
In urban areas, private gardens' vegetation contributes to neighborhood environmental quality Recently, People have expected increased wildlife habitat, improved streetscape, and others tool of community development. To consider these roles, it is...
UCHIUMI Shizu, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   63(5) 783-788   Mar 2000
We attempted to evaluate what people felt, concerning factors of sequential landscape at Biei, Hokkaido, northern Japan The following are the results of this study. Profiles of subjects were less related to the evaluation. Furthermore, the prefere...
MATSUSHIMA Hajime, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   63(5) 789-794   Mar 2000
As coastal use increases, various problems concerning the coastal environment and user conflict have happened To grasp these coastal user perceptions about coastal environments, landscapes and other users is helpful for management of these areas. ...
KITAOKA Shingo, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   62(5) 647-652   Mar 1999
The characteristics of river landscapes vary with view points and view aspects. The purpose of this study is to understand the effects of view aspects in river landscape evaluation and to clarify the differences of cognitive constructs by use of t...
AIKOH Tetsuya, TODOME Misako, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   62(5) 703-708   Mar 1999
As a result of increasing recreational use, various impacts on natural environment and visitor experiences were observed in natural parks. Information about visitors' perceptions of human impact is useful in managing natural parks. The survey was ...
MATSUSHIMA Hajime, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Papers on environmental information science   12(0) 197-202   Nov 1998
AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   61(5) 627-630   Mar 1998
Campsite is one of the most crowded site in mountainous recreation area. We examined the influence of tent setting on visitors' crowding perception and uncomfortable factor at campsite in Daisetsuzan National Park. In 1995, 1996, we surveyed locat...
AIKOH Tetsuya, NAKAJIMA Yasuko, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Papers on environmental information science   11(0) 201-206   Oct 1997
AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   59(5) 169-172   Mar 1996
Informations about visitor behavior and congestion are essential for management and planning in natural parks. In this paper, a computer model were applied to examine the congestion and behavior of visitors on natural trails in Daisetsuzan Nationa...
ASAKAWA Shoichiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
9(0) 127-132   Nov 1995
AIKOH Tetsuya, NAKAJIMA Yasuko, ASAKAWA Shoichiro
9(0) 63-68   Nov 1995
KOBAYASHI Akihiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   58(5) 213-216   Mar 1995
The present study examined the motivations and expectations of mountaineers in relation to the areas they visited and the routes they chose in Daisetsuzan National Park. The analysis was based on data obtained from a mail-back questionnaire survey...
AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, KOBAYASHI Akihiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects   57(5) 319-324   Mar 1994
Establishing carrying capacity requires investigation of the characteristics of visitors' crowding perception, various factors such as for examples, perceived number of other visitors, visitors' experiences, their expectation of density and signif...
KOBAYASHI Akihiro, AIKOH Tetsuya
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects   57(5) 313-318   Mar 1994
It is necessary to set standards for acceptable recreational impact levels for the assessment of National Park. The purposes of the present paper were to determine how much and what kind of recreational impact were acceptable for recreational sett...
AIKOH Tetsuya, KOBAYASHI Akihiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects   56(5) 169-174   Mar 1993
The purposes of this paper were to examine how personal norms of mountaineers affected their evaluations of crowding, and to investigate the relationships among their evaluations of crowding and total evaluations of thier experiences. Two campsite...
AIKOH Tetsuya, ASAKAWA Shoichiro, KOBAYASHI Akihiro
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects   55(5) 223-228   Mar 1992
Increasing recreational use of natural park affects natural resources and visitor satisfaction. Study of carrying capacity in nature parks will be needed for a suitable management. The purposes of this paper were to explore the relationships among...

Misc

 
AIKOH Tetsuya, TOMIDOKORO Yasuko
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   2010(0) 27-27   2010
In Japanese national parks, the designation of a park and its zoning boundaries is influenced by land ownership. There has been criticism that zoning is influenced by timber production or other commercial activities. We examined the relationship b...
AIKOH Tetsuya, SAKIYAMA Naruko, SHOJI Yasushi
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   2008(0) 65-65   2008
Green spaces in residential areas have various functions, such as for recreational activities, making the place beautiful and so on. In this research, we investigated the economic effect of green spaces on the land prices in the residential area ...
Aikoh Tetsuya, Asakawa Shoichiro
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   2007(0) 9-9   2007
Recreational use of dog walkers in urban open space is one of the concerned issues by managers. There are complains from other visitors, such as unpicked feces, unleashed dogs, or threatening children. In this study, three different types of urban...
Aikoh Tetsuya, Kobayashi Akihiro, Shoji Yasushi, Yamaki Kazushige
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   2006(0) 64-64   2006
Trail degradations have been found in popular mountainous natural parks in Japan. For maintenance of trails, managers should pay attention to the attitudes of hikers and stakeholders, and they should get the consensus for the ideal maintenance me...
Aikoh Tetsuya, Noritomi Tsuyoshi
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   2005(0) 54-54   2005
Trail degradations have been found in most mountainous natural parks in Japan. For maintenance of trails, managers should pay attention to the attitudes of visitors and stakeholders, and they should get the consensus for the ideal maintenance met...
Aikoh Tetsuya, Shibata Machiko
Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   40(0) 143-143   2005
The demand to provide access to parks and universal designed parks are increasing. This paper aimed to find the wheel chair visitors' demand for parks, and to examine the physical factors preventing them from visiting parks. The frequency of the...
Matsushima Hajime, Aikoh Tetsuya
Papers on Environmental Information Science   19(0) 95-100   2005
This research aimed to consider about the Personal Watercraft use management on Japanese National Park Areas, referring to the U.S. National Park Service Cases and their surroundings. NPS has prohibited the PWC use in their areas except some Natio...
Aikoh Tetsuya, Koike Yuriko, Matsushima Hajime
Papers on Environmental Information Science   19(0) 25-30   2005
In some natural parks, the increase of personal water crafts seems to cause the impact on their natural resources and visitors' experience. Some parks administrators have realized such problems, and they have practiced several control methods thro...
Nakane Kazuyuki, Aikoh Tetsuya, Asakawa Shoichiro
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   65(0) 60-60   2002
今日多くの山岳自然公園では、登山利用に伴う自然環境、及び利用者への影響が問題となり対策が求められている。各地から登山者による管理活動が報告されているが、その内容や組織体制、活動に伴う課題は明らかでない。本研究では北海道の山岳会を対象に郵送でアンケート調査を行い、その結果、登山道や山小屋等施設の清掃や修復、監視、技術指導、登山会の開催等の活動が明らかになった。また、山岳会、地区連盟、ボランティア団体が、山岳地管理の組織化と対外的な応対を行っていた事例がみられた。一方、参加者不足、活動の負担、...
Matsushima Hajime, Asakawa Shoichiro, Aikoh Tetsuya
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   65(0) 56-56   2002
Comparison of coastal landscape resources and land-uses on Hokkaido were discussed in this paper. Conservation of landscape resources, particularly natural coasts, were disturbed by their land-uses. Comparison of the changes in natural coastal are...
Todorova Assenna, Asakawa Shoichiro, Aikoh Tetsuya
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   65(0) 73-73   2002
Recently there have been examples of citizen participation in street flower planting and maintenance in many cities around Hokkaido. Flowers planted along the pavement are to be seen in many residential areas of Sapporo. In order to understand res...
Aikoh Tetsuya, Cheng Chiasheng, Asakawa Shoichiro
JILA Annual Scientific Research Meeting Abstracts   65(0) 63-63   2002
利用者の心理的側面から自然公園の収容力を設定するため, 混雑感や許容限界の把握手法が検討されてきた。しかし, 許容限界を数値で指摘させる手法では, 利用密度の高い区域での指摘率の低さなどの問題点も指摘されている。本研究では, 大雪山国立公園姿見地区の利用者を対象に, 利用状況の異なる場面を想定した写真により, 混雑感と許容限界を把握し, その特性について検討した。許容限界の指摘率は数値で指摘させた過去の事例に比べ高く, 利用状況を想定しやすく, 回答しやすかったと考えられた。しかし, 写真...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Collaborative management of national parks in Japan [Invited]
AIKOH Tetsuya
Problems of Collaborative Management in Protected Areas in East Asia   22 Nov 2015   
中島夕里, 山浦悠一, 赤坂卓美, 愛甲哲也, 三島啓雄, 森本淳子, 中村太士
日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   5 Mar 2013   
The footprints of tourism: Environmental sensitivity and impact of tourism on hiking trails in Iceland and Japan
Harald Schaller, Rannveig Ólafsdóttir, Tetsuya Aikoh
The 6th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas   23 Aug 2012   
Visitors’ attitudes toward introducing a new visitor management program into a brown bear habitat in Japan
Tetsuya Aikoh, Kazuki Ohba, Yasushi Shoji, Takahiro Kubo
The 6th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas   23 Aug 2012   
蜂谷菜保子, 愛甲哲也, 庄子康, 西成活裕, 佐竹暁子
日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   8 Mar 2011   
CURRENT SITUATIONS AND ISSUES OF RISK MANAGEMENT IN PROTECTED AREAS; A CASE STUDY OF THE OIRASE STREAM AREAS IN TOWADA- HACHIMANTAI NATIONAL PARK, JAPAN
SHIBASAKI S., ONODERA, S., AIKOH, T., TSUGE, T., SHOJI, Y. & YAMAKI, K.
THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF VISITOR FLOWS IN RECREATIONAL AND PROTECTED AREAS   30 May 2010   
熊谷怜奈, 愛甲哲也
日本森林学会大会学術講演集(CD−ROM)   2 Apr 2010   
蜂谷菜保子, 庄子康, 愛甲哲也, 西成活裕, 佐竹暁子
日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   15 Mar 2010   
蜂谷菜保子, 愛甲哲也, 庄子康, 西成活裕, 佐竹暁子
日本数理生物学会大会講演要旨集   2010   
愛甲哲也, 谷彩音, 阿部玲奈, 貝瀬真緒
日本森林学会大会学術講演集(CD−ROM)   25 Mar 2009   
谷彩音, 愛甲哲也, 大友雅子
北海道都市地域学会研究発表会梗概集   29 Sep 2008   
愛甲哲也, 庄子康, 八巻一成
日本森林学会大会学術講演集(CD-ROM)   26 Mar 2008   
吉田恵理, 山岸真澄, 高橋英樹, 愛甲哲也, 近藤哲也
園芸学研究 別冊   29 Sep 2007   
YOSHIDA E., YAMAGISHI M., TAKAHASHI H., AIKOH T., KONDO T.
29 Sep 2007   
愛甲哲也, 阿部玲奈, 貝瀬真緒
日本森林学会大会学術講演集(CD-ROM)   1 Apr 2007   
吉田恵理, 山岸真澄, 愛甲哲也, 近藤哲也
園芸学研究 別冊   24 Mar 2007   
松島肇, 愛甲哲也
北海道都市地域学会研究発表会梗概集   25 Aug 2006   
愛甲哲也, 富所康子
日本森林学会大会学術講演集(CD-ROM)   3 Apr 2006   
松島肇, 淺川昭一郎, 愛甲哲也
北海道都市地域学会研究発表会梗概集   25 Aug 2005   
愛甲哲也, 川口恵典, 丹下修平
日本森林学会大会講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   20 Mar 2005   
曾碩文, 浅川昭一郎, 愛甲哲也
北海道都市地域学会研究発表会梗概集   21 Aug 2004   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The Environment Research and Technology Development Fund
Ministry of the Environment: 
Project Year: 2014 - 2016    Investigator(s): Toshiyuki Tsuchiya
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(国際学術研究)
Project Year: 1994 - 1995    Investigator(s): Shoichiro ASAKAWA
Professor Jack Ahern was invited to HOkkaido University and Proffessor Ishii, Associate Professor Nakamura and Professor Asakawa visited The University of Massachusetts, Amherst in connection with this research. Through the meetings, which were he...
Appropriate use and management of natural recreation area