KOIKE Fumito

Affiliation

Faculty of Environment and Information Sciences, Division of Natural Environment and Information

Job Title

Professor

Date of Birth

1959

Research Fields, Keywords

Alien species, 環境, Community, Landscape, Population, Conservation

Mail Address

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Web Site

http://www.minnagis.com

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ORCID  https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6588-6485

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Education 【 display / non-display

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    1988

    Kyoto University

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    1982

    Chiba University

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Doctor of Science - Kyoto University

  • Master of Science - Kyoto University

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • 2008.9
     
     

    Duty   Yokohama National UniversityFaculty of Environment and Information Sciences   Division of Natural Environment and Information   Professor  

  • 2007.4
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    2008.9

    Duty   Yokohama National UniversityResearch Institute of Environment and Information Sciences   Division of Natural Environment and Information   Associate Professor  

  • 2001.4
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    2007.3

    Duty   Yokohama National UniversityResearch Institute of Environment and Information Sciences   Division of Natural Environment and Information   Associate Professor  

  • 1998.10
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    2001.3

    Duty   Yokohama National UniversityInstitute of Environmental Sciences and Technology   Associate Professor  

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    Concurrently   Yokohama National UniversityInterfaculty Graduate School of Innovative and Practical Studies   Professor  

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External Career 【 display / non-display

  • 1995.10
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    1998.9

    Shimane University   Faculty of Life and Environmental Science   Lecturer  

  • 1994.4
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    1995.9

    Shimane University   Faculty of Science   Lecturer  

  • 1988.4
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    1994.3

    Shimane University   Department of Biology, Faculty of Science,   Research Assistant  

Academic Society Affiliations 【 display / non-display

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    日本雑草学会

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    日本造園学会

  • 2008
     
     
     

    日本哺乳類学会

  • 2003
     
     
     

    Ecological Sciety of America

  • 1998
     
     
     

    日本オペレーションズリサーチ学会

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Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Life Science / Ecology and environment

  • Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Social-ecological systems

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  • Usual Car License (first kind)

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Research Career 【 display / non-display

  • Conseration of bio-diversity in suburban landscapes

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    Develop landscape ecology to conserve bio-diversity

  • Assessment and control of alien species

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    Risk assessment before introducing non-indigenous organisms

  • Community prediction community assembly rules

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    Predict communities of plants and animals

  • Study on forest Community

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    Predict composition and abundance of species in forest community

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  • Living in ecosystems

    ( Role: Joint editor)

    Tokai University Press  ( ISBN:978-4-486-019

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  • Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks

    Clout, M. N., Kawamichi, M., De Poorter, M. and Iwatsuki, K.( Role: Joint editor ,  責任編集者)

    SHOUKADOH Book Sellers and IUCN  ( ISBN:978-487974604

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    Biological invasion, an issue of growing importance due to the significant increase in international transportation and trade, can disturb the balance of local ecosystems and even destroy them. This collection of papers presented at the International Conference on Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks held in August 2004 at Yokohama National University discusses risk assessment, risk management and eradication. It also includes contributions reporting on the current status of invasion and the properties of alien species in East Asia.

  • 地域創造論vol.2ブックレット

    小池文人( Role: Sole author ,  まちづくりと自然環境)

    横浜国立大学 地域実践教育研究センター  

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    Total pages:187   Responsible for pages:14-25   Language:Japanese Book type:Report

  • 生態学の視点から:都市近郊の里山の生態系と管理.pp.105-117. 武内和彦・佐土原聡(編)「持続可能性とリスクマネジメント 地球環境・防災を融和したアプローチ」

    小池文人( Role: Joint author)

    国際書院  ( ISBN:978-4-87791-2

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  • Satoyama revitalization

    S. Sadohara, F. Koike, R. Kada, Y. Satoh( Role: Joint editor)

    Soshinsha  ( ISBN:978-4-88340-2

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Thesis for a degree 【 display / non-display

  • Foliage density distribution in tree and forest canopies and crown-to-crown interaction in evergreen broad-leaved trees.

    Fumito Koike

    1988.5

    No Setting   Single Work  

  • 林冠における葉群分布とその動態に関する研究

    小池文人

    1984.3

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Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Mesoscale survey of the distribution of wild boar rooting

    Goto Zenya, Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   26 ( 1 )   n/a   2021  [Reviewed]

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    <p>Wild boars (Sus scrofa) cause agricultural damage and are a reservoir of livestock diseases, such as classical swine fever. Monitoring their density is a basic management task, although appropriate methods have not been established. We surveyed the distribution of wild boar rooting in a 90 × 92 km area subdivided into 18 × 23 km areas. Approximately 10-km survey lines, passing through a mosaic of vegetation and topography, were placed in each area to record wild boar rooting, and the rooting density (rooting/km) was obtained. Camera traps were used to check the reliability of the rooting survey. The effect of the local environment was removed by statistical analysis to obtain density indices from the rooting and camera surveys. This showed that the rooting density was high in mountain areas where wild boars are expected to occur and low in fragmented forests surrounded by urban areas. The rooting density correlated with the camera measurements; however, density indices were not significant after removing local environmental effects, probably due to the small number of cameras used in this study.</p>

    Other Link: https://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/130008027856

  • Citizen demand for urban coastal ecosystems

    Morozumi Ken, Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   26 ( 1 )   n/a   2021  [Reviewed]

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    <p>Although many urban coastal ecosystems around the world are in close proximity to large urban centres, they are often underutilized by tourists and citizens. In the Tokyo metropolitan area, urban coasts are often restricted areas and many attract few visitors. Here, we determined the density of visitors to different urban coast types, including concrete and masonry seawalls and sandy and rocky coasts, and the activities they engaged in, to understand the demand for coastal ecosystems by urban citizens. Typical activities included fishing, gathering organisms such as crabs, playing with sand and sea water, photography, and walking. We then used a gravity model to assess the number of potential users within 30 km of the study sites. More than half of the visitors reported engaging in organism-related activities; coastal ecosystems were an important resource for citizens. Activity types were related to the age and gender of users, as well as to coast types. Our results show that the density, activity, and personal attributes of coast users can be readily predicted, which may be valuable for urban coastal ecosystem planning.</p>

    Other Link: https://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/130008027857

  • Co-occurrence of invasive and native carnivorans affects occupancy patterns across environmental gradients

    Kass Jamie M., Tingley Morgan W., Tetsuya Tatsuyuki, Koike Fumito

    BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS   22 ( 7 )   2251 - 2266   2020.7  [Reviewed]

    DOI Web of Science

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    Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)   Publisher:Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}   Joint Work  

    Other Link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-020-02254-0

  • TRY plant trait database - enhanced coverage and open access

    Kattge Jens, Boenisch Gerhard, Diaz Sandra, Lavorel Sandra, Prentice Iain Colin, Leadley Paul, Taut … Show more authors

    GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY   26 ( 1 )   119 - 188   2020.1  [Reviewed]

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  • Detecting behavioural preferences of dog walkers in urban green spaces

    Kurose Tomoya, Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   25 ( 1 )   n/a   2020  [Reviewed]

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    <p>Although the positive contribution of urban green spaces to human health is well known, behavioural preferences for specific types of green spaces within urban landscapes have not been clearly evaluated. Developing empirical relationships between human behaviour (i.e. use) and green spaces may contribute to effective city planning. To address this, we surveyed dog owners by asking them to draw their typical dog walking route on a map. We then calculated the proportion of dog walking routes that passed through built-up, open green, and forest areas relative to a null model of the availability of these land-use types. When the degree of preference for built-up areas was assumed to be 1.0, the preference for open green space was significantly greater at 2.18 (25th percentile = 2.04, 75th percentile = 2.32) and the preference for forest areas was 1.34 (1.14. 1.55). Dog walking is a major activity in urban areas and assessing landscape use by dog owners provides insight into urban green space preferences.</p>

    Other Link: https://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/130007866054

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  • オープンアクセスの現状

    小池文人

    保全生態学研究   26 ( 1 )   1 - 2   2022.5

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  • Where ecology is used in administrative organizations of Japan? An open access journal for their collaborative works

    Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   25 ( 1 )   2020

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    Other Link: https://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/130007866052

  • Electronic publishing in academic journals and behavior of readers

    Fumito Koike

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   24 ( 1 )   1 - 9   2019

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  • Scientist's niche in society and the Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology

    Fumito Koike

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   23 ( 1 )   1 - 3   2018

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    Other Link: https://doi.org/10.18960/hozen.23.1_1

  • 神奈川県のアライグマの対応戦略:分布予測シミュレーションから国家レベルの大規模な対策を練ろう

    自然保護   493   12 - 14   2006

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Works 【 display / non-display

  • 教育・研究・市民アセスメント用空間情報システム「みんなでGIS」

    小池文人

    2001

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  • 外来生物除去後に目指すべき群集の推定方法-小笠原の外来植物の例-

    2013.4 - 2018.3

    科学研究費補助金  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

    Investigator(s):小池 文人

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    研究目的(概要)※ 当該研究計画の目的について、簡潔にまとめて記述してください。
     侵略的外来生物の本格的な防除事業が行われるようになり,保全対象の在来生物が回復し始めているケースも多い.しかし最終的に復元すべき目標生態系(各在来種の優占度など)は不明なままであり,また一つの外来種を除去した後で他の外来種が優占する現象の予測もできていない.
     小笠原諸島母島ではアカギが増え続け,純林状となった地域も多い.陸上生態系は地形・立地の影響を強く受けるが,回復目標の潜在生態系が戦前の開発で不明の地域もある.そこで,植物種の生態特性(最大高など)の地形による変化を調査し,アセンブリールールを用いて,復元目標生態系における種の優占度を計算し,具体的な復元目標生態系を明らかにする.また1つの外来種を除去したあと他の外来種が優占する現象も多く,そのようなケースの出現予測も行う.

  • アセンブリー・ルールによる植物群集の予測:ニホンジカによる被食下の極相植生

    2009 - 2012

    科学研究費補助金  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

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    ニホンジカの増加により,北海道から九州までの奥山から里山に至るさまざまな地域で植生が変化しつつある.シカが少ない状態でも好まれて食害される植物と,被食圧が高まった場合のみ被食される種が存在する.このような選択的な被食は植物の種どうしの競争関係に影響を与え植生が変化する.この研究ではシカの嗜好性も植物種の種特性のひとつとして取り入れることにより,極相の植物群集をアセンブリールールで予測した.

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Wild plant palatability of weed-controlling goats

    Makoto IKEZAKI

    2022.3 

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    Event date: 2022.3

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  • Applied macro-biology as key discipline for future society

    Fumito KOIKE

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    Event date: 2021.3

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  • Biological invasion forecast 2020: Reliability test

    Fumito KOIKE

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    Event date: 2021.3

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  • 亜熱帯海洋島への過去の種の移入順序

    小池文人

    日本生態学会大会  日本生態学会

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    Event date: 2019.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:神戸  

    亜熱帯海洋島である小笠原諸島には固有種が多いが,外来種の影響で存続が困難になりつつある種も少なくない.他方で外来種でなく在来植物の繁茂で実生の加入が困難になっているように見える固有種もある.人間の影響がない時代においても,多くの新たな種が移入を続けて継続的に島の生態系が変化し,そのような変化を続ける生態系の中で多くの固有種が分化してきたと考えられる.アゼトウナ属の低木や(ユズリハワダン,ヘラナレン,コヘラナレン),クロキ属,トベラ属などは単系統であるため1回のみの移入と考えることもできるが(初期に複数回の移入があって交雑した可能性もあるが,少なくとも最近の移入はない),フヨウ属では固有種テリハハマボウの祖先であるオオハマボウが移入して分化したあと,再度オオハマボウが移入し,2回の移入が起きたと考えられる.Ito(1998)はアゼトウナ属やクロキ属,トベラ属が本土・琉球・台湾などの集団から分かれたのが200万年~300万年前で, 10万年から50万年くらい前に島内の種どうしが分かれたと推定した.固有種であるホルトノキ属やタブノキ属,エノキ属のほか,広域分布種のモクタチバナやツルダコ,アカテツなども含めて本土・琉球・台湾などの集団との分岐年代がわかれば,小笠原に森林生態系が成立してきたころの様子を再現できるかもしれない.この研究では種の生態特性から群集を再現する方法により,島への移入シナリオに沿った群集の組成や優占度と地形的な分布パターンの時代的な推移の再現を試みる.

  • 犬の散歩ルートと緑地環境

    黒瀬智也, 小池文人

    日本生態学会大会  日本生態学会

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    Event date: 2019.3

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    都市の自然は人に対して健康面や精神面などの様々な面で影響を与えうるリソースとして認知されてきており、人々の行動と自然環境の間の関係を利用することで、より好ましい都市をデザイン出来ると考えられる。本研究では、現代の主要な屋外活動の一つである、犬の散歩と緑地環境の関係性を調査し、人が犬の散歩ルートを選択する場合に自然環境は影響するのか、どのような自然環境が好まれるのかを調査した。
    神奈川県内の都市から農村地域に至る景観傾度において、市街地と緑地環境の両方を含む8か所で9探索ルート(探索ルート長は平均2.66km±1.21km,のべ探索距離 192.2km)を設定した。野外調査では探索ルート上を繰り返し歩き犬の散歩をしている人を発見した地点を地図上に記録するとともに,散歩者にアンケートを行って普段の散歩ルートを地図上に記入していただいた。
    このアンケート結果を利用して,散歩ルートが通過した土地利用(100mバッファー)と、地域全体における土地利用(上記のさらに500mバッファー)を比較し、犬の散歩で好まれる土地利用を明らかにした。地域全体をランダムに通過する場合と比較して、緑地を市街地の何倍多く通過すると散歩ルート上での緑地比と等しくなるか、を求めて緑地の嗜好度とした。市街地の嗜好度を1.0として、それに対する相対的な値としてオープンな緑地と森林の嗜好度を求めた。統計検定では散歩ルートごとに得られた嗜好度の平均値を比較した。
    オープンな緑地の嗜好度は3.08、森林の嗜好度は2.03となり、犬の散歩者は市街地より緑地を好む傾向があった。

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Preferred joint research theme 【 display / non-display

  • 生物多様性保全に有効な景観の設計

Past of Collaboration and Commissioned Research 【 display / non-display

  • 兄島グリーンアノールの根絶事業における分布拡大予測

    Offer organization: 自然環境研究センター   Funded Research offered by Enterprises  

    Project Year: 2016.4  -  2018.3 

  • 統計数理研究所「リモートセンシングデータの解析とその植物生態学への応用」

    Cooperative Research within Japan  

    Project Year: 2003  -  2005 

 

Charge of on-campus class subject 【 display / non-display

  • 2022   Ecology in Satoyama and Mountainous Landscapes 1

    College of Urban Sciences

  • 2022   Biological Community and Risk Management 2

    College of Urban Sciences

  • 2022   Community Ecology and Risks 1

    College of Urban Sciences

  • 2022   Ecosystem Planning

    College of Urban Sciences

  • 2022   Advanced Experiment on Ecology

    Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences

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  • 日本生態学会全国委員

    2006.1 - 2007.12  全国委員

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  • 茅ヶ崎市環境審議会

    2003.11  委員(2016年より会長) 

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    Committee type:Municipal 

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  • 外来生物の分布拡大予報(ヒトCOVID-19,ヒアリ,野生イノシシCSFなど)

    Role(s): Chief editor, Interviewer, Report author

    外来生物分布拡大予報研究会  2008.3

  • 都市の自然を楽しむライフスタイル

    Role(s): Host, Planner

    横浜国立大学  横浜市内  2018.4

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    都市の自然を知り,日常的に親しむライフスタイルを開発して普及する

  • 人類の福利に貢献する生態系をまもりそだてる

    横浜  2010.10

  • Distribution of important alien species in 2010

    2010.3

  • 外来植物の「リスク」を調べて蔓延を防止する―これまでの研究成果と今後重要と

    独立行政法人農業環境技術研究所  東京国際フォーラム  2006.12

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    議論のまとめとして「外来植物から日本の生態系を守るため にどうすべきか-可能性と限界-」を講演

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