MINAMI YOSHINORI

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Name
MINAMI YOSHINORI
Affiliation
Tamagawa University
Section
College of Agriculture, Department of Agri-Environmental Sciences
Job title
Professor

Profile

I observe somethings interesting from Nature using by my five senses in the study areas appropriately. I believe that Nature express the phenomena arising in natural environment as some regime to us. This is my stance for the study.First of all, observation is important, and count and measure it. Go around to the study area, frequently. Then, we can know the laws of nature.

Research Interests

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2010
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Today
Doctoral qualification Professor Lecture, Professor, Graduate School of Agriculture, Faculty of Agriculture,, Tamagawa University
 
Apr 2005
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Mar 2010
Associate Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, Tamagawa University
 
Apr 2003
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Mar 2005
Associate Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, Tamagawa University
 
Apr 2000
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Today
Lecturer, Faculty of Science, Kitasato University
 
Apr 1997
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Mar 2003
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, Tamagawa University
 

Education

 
Apr 1984
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Mar 1989
Faculty of Agriculture, Tamagawa University
 

Published Papers

 
Takeshi INOUE, Masaki UCHIDA, Masakane INOUE, Ryo KANEKO, Sakae KUDOH, Yoshinori MINAMI and Hiroshi KANDA
Polar Data Journal   3 1-11   Feb 2019   [Refereed]
Distribution manner of plants along fumarole groups in Eastern Hokkaido, Japan
MINAMI Yoshinori, NOGUCHI Yurina & YOSHIKAWA Tomoko
The Natural Environmental Science Research   30 13-18   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
Impact of the American mink, Neovison vison, on small rodents inhabiting riparian forests along the headstream of Kushiro River in eastern Hokkaido
MINAMI Yoshinori, TSUMITA Ui, SHIMOYAMA Saki, YOSHIKAWA Tomoko
The Natural Environmental Science Research   29 1-10   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
Effect of hoarding behavior by rodent on distribution of walnut, Juglans mandshurica
Jpn J For Environ   57(1) 1-6   Jun 2015   [Refereed]
Yoshi Minami, Mai Oba, Satoru Kojima & John S. Richardson
Journal of Forest Research   20(3) 328-336   2015   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Epiphytic Bryphytes and Lichens as Bioindicators of Air Pollution.
Minami, Y.
Nordic Course of 'Ecology of Arctic and Boreal Bryophytes, Umea, Sweden      1992

Books etc

 
Distribution pattern of Larix kaempferi and succession constraint factors in an avalanche disturbed area of Mt. Fuji
Frontiers of Vegetation Science -An Evolutionary Angle, published by Keith Phillips Images   Sep 2008   
Basic Master Series, Ecology
Ohmsha   Feb 2007   
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Apr 2002   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Competition between coniferous seedlings and bush species after a partial harvest along a creek in a Pacific northwest forest, Canada
Yoshi Minami and John S. Richardson
International Association for Vegetation Science 61st Annual Symposium   26 Jul 2018   
Influence of volcanic gas and soil condition on vegetation along fumaroles in Northeastern Hokkaido, Japan
59th annual Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science   16 Jun 2016   
Influence of volcanic gas and soil condition on vegetation along fumaroles in Northeastern Hokkaido, Japan
Yoshi Minami and Yurina Noguchi
59th Annual Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science   Jun 2016   International Association for Vegetation Science
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-   26 Feb 2015   

Works

 
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2004 - Today
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2004 - Today
Distribution of seedlings and vegetation dynamics in disturbed area in heavy snow region (継続)
1999 - Today
Phyto geographical and ecological study on forest & vegetation of boreal Houst - turdra ecotomie in Far East Russia
1999 - Today
Study on the cool tenpreture and Stand environment
1999 - Today

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Vegetation Dynamics in Alpine,Subalpine Zone
Study on Vegetation Dynamics in Arctic and Boreal Region
Study on Possibility of Epiphytic Bryophytes as Indicator to Environmental Change
Competition between coniferous seedlings and bush species after a partial harvest along a creek in a Pacific northwest forest, Canada
Investigation of function and roles of snags and fallen trees in forest ecosystem
Project Year: Mar 2019 - Today

Others

 
2004   -
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2004   -
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1999   Distribution of seedlings and vegetation dynamics in disturbed area in heavy snow region (継続)
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1999   Phyto geographical and ecological study on forest & vegetation of boreal Houst - turdra ecotomie in Far East Russia
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1999   Study on the cool tenpreture and Stand environment
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