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

Community, Population, Landscape, Conservation, Alien species

Mail Address

E-mail address

Web Site

http://www.minnagis.com

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

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Graduating School 【 display / non-display

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    1982

    Chiba University   Faculty of Science  

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    1988

    Kyoto University  Graduate School, Division of Natural Science   

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  • Doctor of Science -  Kyoto University

  • Master of Science -  Kyoto University

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  • 2008.09
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    Duty   Yokohama National UniversityFaculty of Environment and Information Sciences   Division of Natural Environment and Information   Professor  

  • 2007.04
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    2008.09

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

  • 2001.04
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    2007.03

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

  • 1998.10
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    2001.03

    Duty   Yokohama National UniversityInstitute of Environmental Sciences and Technology   Associate Professor  

  • 2021.04
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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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    1998.09

    Shimane University   Faculty of Life and Environmental Science   Lecturer  

  • 1994.04
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    1995.09

    Shimane University   Faculty of Science   Lecturer  

  • 1988.04
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    1994.03

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

Academic Society Affiliations 【 display / non-display

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    Ecological Sciety of America

  • 1998
     
     
     

    International Association for Vegetation Science

  • 1990
     
     
     

    The Japanese Society of Tropical Ecology

  • 1983
     
     
     

    Society for the study of Species Biology

  • 1983
     
     
     

    British Ecological Society

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Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Ecology/Environment

  • Environmental and ecological symbiosis

Qualification acquired 【 display / non-display

  • Usual Car License (first kind)

  • Dive Person

 

Research Career 【 display / non-display

  • Conseration of bio-diversity in suburban landscapes

    The Other Research Programs  

    Project Year:  -   

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    Develop landscape ecology to conserve bio-diversity

  • Assessment and control of alien species

    The Other Research Programs  

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    Risk assessment before introducing non-indigenous organisms

  • Community prediction community assembly rules

    The Other Research Programs  

    Project Year:  -   

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    Predict communities of plants and animals

  • Study on forest Community

    The Other Research Programs  

    Project Year:  -   

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    Predict composition and abundance of species in forest community

Books 【 display / non-display

  • Living in ecosystems

    (Part: Joint Editor )

    Tokai University Press  2012.03 ISBN: 978-4-486-019

  • Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks

    Clout, M. N., Kawamichi, M., De Poorter, M. and Iwatsuki, K. (Part: Joint Editor , Range: 責任編集者 )

    SHOUKADOH Book Sellers and IUCN  2006 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.

  • Satoyama revitalization

    S. Sadohara, F. Koike, R. Kada, Y. Satoh (Part: Joint Editor )

    Soshinsha  2011.11 ISBN: 978-4-88340-2

  • Invasive alien mammals in Japan

    (Part: Joint Work )

    University of Tokyo Press  2011 ISBN: 978130602211

  • Risk assessment of invasive alien species and new community ecology

    (Part: Joint Work )

    Bun-Ichi Sogo Shuppan  2010 ISBN: 978-4-8299-10

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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 

      1988.05

    No Setting   Single Work

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Citizen demand for urban coastal ecosystems

    Morozumi Ken, Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology ( The Ecological Society of Japan )    2021  [Refereed]

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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>

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  • Mesoscale survey of the distribution of wild boar rooting

    Goto Zenya, Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology ( The Ecological Society of Japan )    2021  [Refereed]

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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>

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  • Current status of open access

    Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology ( The Ecological Society of Japan )    2021  [Invited]

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  • 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 ( Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} )  22 ( 7 )   2251 - 2266   2020.07  [Refereed]

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  • Detecting behavioural preferences of dog walkers in urban green spaces

    Kurose Tomoya, Koike Fumito

    Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology ( The Ecological Society of Japan )  25 ( 1 )   2020  [Refereed]

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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>

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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research 【 display / non-display

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

    Project Year: 2013.04  -  2018.03 

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

    Project Year: 2009  -  2012 

 

Social Contribution(Extension lecture) 【 display / non-display

  • Distribution of important alien species in 2010

    2010.03