College of Agriculture,Food and Environment Sciences, Department of Environmental and Symbiotic Science
星野仏方 ホシノ ブホウ
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Name

HOSHINO Buho

Affiliation (Master)

College of Agriculture,Food and Environment Sciences, Department of Environmental and Symbiotic Science

Education

  1992 09  - 1995 07 , Ph. D, Chinese Academy of Sciences, The Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR)
  1987 09  - 1990 07 , Northeast Normal University, The School of Geography
  1982 09  - 1985 07 , Inner Mongol Normal University, The School of Geography

Degree

理学博士, 中国科学院(Chinese Academy of Science)

Association Memberships

THE ASSOCIATION FOR KYOSEI STUDIES
International Biogeography Society、IBS
American Association for the Advancement of Science; AAAS

Academic & Professional Experience

  2009 04  - Today, Professor, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment Sciences, Rakuno Gakuen University
  2007 04  - 2009 03 , Associate Professor, Faculte of Environmental System, Rakuno Gakuen University
  2006 04  - 2007 03 , Associate Professor, Faculte of Environmental System, Rakuno Gakuen University
  2001 04  - 2006 03 , Senior Researcher, Natural Environment Research Department, Hokkaido Institute of Environmental Sciences
  2002 04  - 2003 03 , Joint Researcher, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences (GSALS), University of Tokyo
  1995 09  - 2001 07 , Associate Professor, Lab of Global change Studies, The Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (RADI) of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
  1998 04  - 1999 03 , Post-doctoral researchers (JSPS), Hokkaido University, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  1996 03  - 1997 03 , Senior Research Assistant, Department of Physics and Materials Science, City University of Hong Kong
  1992 09  - 1995 07 , PhD Candidate, State Key Lab of GIS, The Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR) of Chinese Academy of Science
  1990 09  - 1992 07 , Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, North-East Normal University

Research Activities

Research Areas

Environmental science/Agricultural science, Biological resource conservation, Remote Sensing
Humanities & social sciences, Geography, GIS
Environmental science/Agricultural science, Social-ecological systems, Asian Dust Storm, Pasture degradation
Humanities & social sciences, Local studies, Rangeland studies

Research Interests

Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau,
Habitat Modeling,
Wildlife conservation and management,
Lasiopodomys brandtii radde,
heterogenecity,
mammalian,
QingZang Railway (Qinghai-Tibetan Railway),
Seasonal migration,
Wildlife,
satellite tracking,
Habitat fragmentation,

Published Papers

Atmospheric dust as a possible survival factor for bioaerosols, Jun Noda, Sota Tomizawa, Buho Hoshino, Erdenebadrakh Munkhjargal, Kei Kawai, Kenji Kai, EDP Sciences, EDP Sciences, 99, 01011, 1, 4, 20190600, Refereed
Imaging of micro-organisms on topsoil particles collected from different landscape in the Gobi Desert, Morine Kuribayashi, Keiichi Kawano, Yuta Demura, Kenji Baba, Yuki Sofue, Purevsuren Tsedendamba, Tamaki Matsumoto, Katsuro Hagiwara, Olaf Karthaus, Kenji Kai, Buho Hoshino, EDP Sciences, EDP Sciences, 99, 01011, 1, 4, 20190600, Refereed
Railway underpass location affects migration distance in Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii), Wenjing Xu, Qiongyu Huang, Jared Stabach, Hoshino Buho, Peter Leimgruber, Plos One, Plos One, 14, 2, 1, 13, 20190200, Refereed
Detection of dry lake beds formation and estimate of environmental regime shift in semi-arid region, Buho HOSHINO, Yuki SOFUE, Yuta DEMURA, Tsedendamba PUREVSUREN, Morine KURIBAYASHI, Kenji BABA, Enkhtuvshin ZOLJARGAL, Katsuro HAGIWARA, Jun NODA, Keiichi KAWANO, Olaf KARTHAUS, Kenji KAI, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 28, S, 109, 113, 20181200, Refereed
Effects of Different Grazing Systems on Aboveground Biomass and Plant Species Dominance in Typical Chinese and Mongolian Steppes, Na, Y, Li, J, Hoshino, B, Bao, S, Qin, F, Sustainability, Sustainability, 10, 12, 1, 14, 20181200, Refereed
Assessing Local Indigenous Knowledge and Information Sources on Biodiversity, Conservation and Protected Area Management at Khuvsgol Lake National Park, Mongolia, Christopher McCarthy, Hitoshi Shinjo, Buho Hoshino, Erdenebuyan Enkhjargal, Land, Land, 7, 4, 1, 11, 20181000, Refereed
Studies on the Forest Dieback Phenomenon in a Semi-Arid Region Using Remotely Sensed Data, Buho Hoshino, Takashi Sasamura, Atsuko Sugimoto, Tserenochir Tserendulam, Uuganbayar Ganbold, Christopher McCarthy, Masami Kaneko, IEEE Explore, IEEE Explore, 2018, 18244275, 1, 4, 20180700, Refereed
A Helminthological Record on Free-Ranging Pikas and Rodents Collected from Tibetan Plateau, China: Preliminary Results, Khaliunaa Tsevegmid, Masaharu Motokawa, Hongfeng Zhang, Junfeng Pei, Masakazu Asahara, Wei-Jan Wen, Chuguang Liu, Halik Mahmut, Xiaomin Wu, Buho Hoshino, Mitsuhiko Asakawa, Annals of Clinical Cytology and Pathology, Annals of Clinical Cytology and Pathology, 4, 4, 1, 4, 20180600, Refereed
Challenges for sustainable use of the fish resources from Lake Balkhash, a fragile lake in an arid ecosystem, Steven G. Pueppke, Margulan Iklasov, Volker Beckmann, Sabir Nurtazin, Niels Thevs, Buho Hoshino, Sayat Sharakhmetov, Sustainability, Sustainability, 10, 4, 1, 15, 20180400, Refereed
Satellite Monitoring of Vegetation Response to Precipitation and Dust Storm Outbreaks in Gobi Desert Regions, Yuki Sofue, Buho Hoshino, Yuta Demura, Kenji Kai, Kenji Baba, Eunice Nduati, Akihiko Kondoh, Troy Sternberg, Land, Land, 7, 19, 1, 13, 20180200, Refereed
Population changes behind grassland degradation in Horqin region of Inner Mongolia, China, Na, Buho Hoshino, Shin'ya Kawamura, Tsedevdorj Serod, Research of One Health, Research of One Health, 2018, 1, 1, 17, 20180100, Refereed
The Effects of Grazing Systems on Plant Communities in Steppe Lands—A Case Study from Mongolia’s Pastoralists and Inner Mongolian Settlement Areas, Yintai Na, Saixiyalt Bao, Kanji Hashimoto, Christopher McCarthy, Buho Hoshino, Land, Land, 7, 10, 1, 10, 20180100, Refereed
Determining the Frequency of Dry Lake Bed Formation in Semi-Arid Mongolia From Satellite Data, Yuta Demura, Buho Hoshino, Kenji Baba, Christopher McCarthy, Yuki Sofue, Kenji Kai, Tsedendamba Purevsuren, Katsuro Hagiwara, Jun Noda, Land, Land, 6, 88, 1, 9, 20171200, Refereed
Problems in the Protection of Reintroduced Przewalski's Horses (Equus ferus przewalskii) Caused by Piroplasmosis., Munkhbat Tarav, Makoto Tokunaga, Tatsunari Kondo, Yuko Kato-Mori, Buho Hoshino, Usukhjargal Dorj, Katsuro Hagiwara, Journal of wildlife diseases, Journal of wildlife diseases, 53, 4, 911, 915, 20171000, Refereed
The ‘New Agricultural Land Reclamation’ Current Situation and Topic Regarding Inner Mongolia Semi-Farming Semi-Animal Husbandry - A Case Study of Village Level in Chifeng City -, YONG-HAI, Buho HOSHINO, SURIGA, Takashi SASAMURA, Kazuki UMEGAKI, NAYINTAI, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 27, 1, 9, 16, 20170800, Refereed
Movements of dams milked for fermented horse milk production in Mongolia, Tserenpurev Bat-Oyun, TAKEHIKO Y ITO, Yadamjav Purevdorj, MASATO SHINODA, SATOMI ISHII, Hoshino BUHO, Yuki MORINAGA, Animal Science Journal, Animal Science Journal, 20170400, Refereed
Properties and seasonal variation of milk produced by One-humped Camels (camelus dromedarius) and Two-humped camels (C. bactrianus) in Republic of Kazakhstan, Properties and seasonal, variation of milk, produced by One-humped Camels, camelus dromedarius, Two-humped camels, C. bactrianus, in Republic of Kazakhstan, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 26, 4, 219, 222, 20170300, Refereed
The Interactions Between Precipitation, Vegetation and Dust Emission Over Semi-Arid Mongolia, Yuki Sofue, Buho Hoshino, Yuta Demura, Eunice Nduati, Akihiko Kondoh, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion (ACPD), Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion (ACPD), 20170300, Refereed
A New Methodology for the Evaluation of Ecological Characteristic of the Camel - A case Study of Climate Change and Breeding of Camel -, Buho Hoshino, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 26, 4, 203, 207, 20170300, Refereed
Seasonal Migration and Home Ranges of Tibetan Antelopes (Pantholops hodgsonii) Based on Satellite Tracking, Karina Manayeva, Buho Hoshino, Hiromasa Igota, Takashi Nakazawa, Ganzorig Sumiya, International Journal of Zoological Research, International Journal of Zoological Research, 13, 1, 26, 37, 20161200, Refereed
Estimates of ground surface characteristics for outbreaks of the Asian Dust Storms in the sources region, Yuta Demura, Buho Hoshino, Yuki Sofue, Kenji Kai, Ts. Purevsuren, Kenji Baba, Jun Noda, ProScience, ProScience, 3, 1, 21, 30, 20161200, Refereed
Atmospheric black carbon and its role, Yasunari, T. J, N. Kaneyasu, A. Noda, B. Hoshino, I. Noguchi, N. Murao, M. Akiyama, M. Fujioka, K. Baba, K. Hagiwara, K. Kai, T. Yamaguchi, H. Suzuki, R. Matsumoto, Saihyou, Saihyou, 62, 3, 42, 20160000
Evaluation of the Effect of a Rain Pulse on the Initial Growth of Prosopis Seedlings, Kiyotsugu Yoda, Wataru Tsuji, Tomoe Inoue, Tadaomi Saito, Mohamed A. M, Abd Elbasit, Ahmed M. Eldoma, Magzoub K. Magzoub, Buho Hoshino, Hiroshi Nawata, Hiroshi Yasuda, Arid Land Research And Management, Arid Land Research And Management, 29, 2, 210, 221, 20150900, Refereed
Understating Dilemma and Sophism of Prosopis juliflora Eradication in Sudan, Mahgoub Suliman, Hiroshi Nawata, Buho Hoshino, Ismail Mohamed Fangama, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 4, 8, 10, 16, 20150800, Refereed
Features of Ecological Restoration and Poverty Measures in "Semi-Farming Semi-Animal Husbandary Region of Inner Mongolia and Their Impacts on Inhabitants, Yong-Hai, Suriga, Riku Mizosugi, Yuta Demura, Yuki Sofue, Buho Hoshino, Kyosei Studies, Kyosei Studies, 9, 1, 171, 190, 20150500, Refereed
Society System Changed from Traditional Nomadic to Modern Settlement in Pastoral Region of Mongolia and its Impact on Japan, Buho Hoshino, Suriga, Yuki Sofue, Yuta Demura, Tsedendamba PUREVSUREN, Ei-kair, Kyosei Studies, Kyosei Studies, 9, 1, 1, 27, 20150500, Refereed
Designing and implementing a technical training course on forest remote sensing to promote REDD+ A case study at Rakuno Gakuen University, YOSHIMURA, Nobuhiko HINO, Takafumi KANEKO, Masami HOSHINO, Buho OGAWA, Kenta, Journal of Rakuno Gakuen University, Journal of Rakuno Gakuen University, 40, 1, 35, 45, 20150300
A Study on the Occurrence Tendency of the Dust Storm Using Vegetation Conditions and Frequency of Strong Winds in Gobi Desert, Yuta Demura, Buho Hoshino, Yuki Sofue, Kenji Baba, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 24, 3, 359, 365, 20150300, Refereed
Habitat selection and ecosystem resilience role of Microtus brandti voles in degraded pasture in Mongolia, B. Hoshino, S. Ganzorig, K. Umegaki, S. T. Nurtazin, CEBE, CEBE, 14, 16, 14, 17, 20141200
Evaluation of the Effect of a Rain Pulse on the Initial Growth of Prosopis Seedlings, Kiyotsugu Yoda, Wataru Tsuji, Tomoe Inoue, Tadaomi Saito, Mohamed A. M, Abd Elbasit, Ahmed M. Eldoma, Magzoub K. Magzoub, Buho Hoshino, Hiroshi Nawata, Hiroshi Yasuda, Arid Land Research and Management,, Arid Land Research and Management,, 29, 2, 1, 12, 20140800, Refereed
Comparative characteristics of the home ranges of domestic and wild animals in arid and sub-arid Afro-Eurasia, and watering places as hot spot for the pasture degradation, Hoshino BUHO, Hiroshi NAWATA, Kenji KAI, Hiroshi YASUDA, Kenji BABA, Sumiya GANZORIG, SURIGA, Manayeva KARINA, Tsedendamba PUREVSUREN, Miki HASHIMOTO, Kenji KAWASHIMA, Jun NODA, Katsuro HAGIWARA, Yuka SHIBATA, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 24, 1, 51, 56, 20140600, Refereed
Grazing behavior of livestock in settled and nomadic herders households in Mongolian plateau, Suriga, Miki, Hashimoto, Buho Hoshino, Sumiya Ganzorig, Saixialt, Yong Hai, Karina Manayeva, Tsedendamba Purevsuren, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 24, 1, 184, 189, 20140600, Refereed
Studies on long-term changes in herders household and land use in Inner Mongolia, China, Yong Hai, Buho Hoshino (corresponding, Sumiya Ganzorig, Suriga, Tsedendamba Purevsuren, Manayeva Karina, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 24, 1, 191, 194, 20140600, Refereed
Census of vegetation andenvironmental change in alpine zones using spatial information, Masami Kaneko, Buho Hoshino, Yukihiro Amagai, Global Environmental Research, Global Environmental Research, 19, 1, 13, 21, 20140300, Refereed
Mesquite Risk Mapping and Assessment in Tokar Delta-Eastern Sudan, Mahgoub Suliman, Hiroshi NAWATA, Buho Hoshino, JOUR. OF NAT. RESOUR.&ENVIRON. STU., JOUR. OF NAT. RESOUR.&ENVIRON. STU., 3, 1, 9, 13, 20140000, Refereed
ELUCIDATIVE MECHANISM OF THE RECESSION OF ALPINE PLANTS AND THE INVASIONOF DWARF BAMBOO KURILENSIS IN THE TAISETSU MOUNTAINS, Buho Hoshino, Gaku Kudo, Masami Kaneko, Hidehisa Taniuchi, Tetsuo Yabuki, IEEE Xplore, IEEE Xplore, 1, 2013, 2778, 2781, 20130700, Refereed
黄砂が運ぶ生物由来物質の時空間解析~2012年春季の事例~, 馬場賢治, 能田淳, 星野仏方, 萩原克郎, 日本気象学会大会講演予稿集, 日本気象学会大会講演予稿集, 103, 388, 20130430
極乾環境における外来植物メスキートの分布拡大の戦略―スーダンの事例, 星野仏方, 日本生態学会大会講演要旨集, 日本生態学会大会講演要旨集, 60th, 351, 20130305
A new spectral index to detect Poaceae grass abundance in Mongolian grasslands, S.Shimada, J.Matsumoto, A.Sekiyama, B.Aosier, M.Yokohana, Advance in Space Research, Advance in Space Research, 50, 9, 1266, 1273, 20121100, Refereed
Extraction of the alien species of Mesquite (Prosopis juliflora) expanding distribution by rivers and wadi in Eastern Sudan, YABUKI SHUNSUKE, HOSHINO BUHO, YODA KIYOTSUGU, YASUDA HIROSHI, NAWATA HIROSHI, ABDELAZIZ KARAMALLA, AIDA SHIGETO, MORI YUSUKE, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 37, 1, 71, 77, 20121000
Study on the effect of the Qinghai-Tibetan Railway on the migration of Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsoni) in Hoh-Xil National Nature Reserve based on satellite tracking-case study of coexistence of wildlife and livestock-, NAKAZAWA TAKASHI, LIU CHUGUANG, MANAYEVA KARINA, HOSHINO BUHO, IGOTA HIROMASA, YOSHIDA TSUYOSHI, KANEKO MASAMI, KAJI KOICHI, JIANG ZHAOWEN, ASAKAWA MITSUHIKO, MOTOKAWA MASAHARU, KAMEYAMA SATOSHI, OTAISHI NORIYUKI, MASUDA RYUICHI, MAHAMUT HALIK, WU XAOMIN, GANZORIG SUMIYA, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 37, 1, 61, 70, 20121000
Evaluation of sustainable development for Mongolian plateau using behavior pattern of livestock, HASHIMOTO MIKI, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, SURIGA, MATSUBARA NAO, SAIXIALT, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 37, 1, 79, 85, 20121000
降雨パルスに対する外来侵略樹種メスキートの実生初期成長応答の評価, 依田清胤, 辻渉, 井上知恵, 齋藤忠臣, ELBASIT Mohamed, 星野仏方, 縄田浩志, 安田裕, 日本植物学会大会研究発表記録, 日本植物学会大会研究発表記録, 76th, 190, 20120914
モンゴル国の過放牧地域における小型哺乳類の生態系エンジニアリングの働き, 川島健二, 星野仏方, 澤向麻里絵, GANZORIG S, 浅川満彦, BATSAIKHAN N, AUGUGLIARO C, 日本草地学会誌, 日本草地学会誌, 58, 1, 29, 30, 20120800, Refereed
Mesquite (Prosopis spp.) Water Uptake under Different Simulated Drought Conditions, ABD ELBASIT, MOHAMED A.M, ABD ELBASIT, MOHAMED A.M, YASUDA HIROSHI, YODA KIYOTSUGU, ELDOMA AHMED M, NAWATA HIROSHI, HOSHINO BUHO, MAGZOUB MAGZOUB K, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22, 1, 5, 8, 20120600, Refereed
Spatial and Temporal Patterns of NDVI Response to Precipitation and Temperature in Mongolian Steppe, PUREVSUREN TSEDENDAMBA, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, SAWAMUKAI MARIE, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22, 1, 247, 250, 20120600, Refereed
Evaluating the Invasion Strategic of Mesquite (Prosopis juliflora) in Eastern Sudan Using Remotely Sensed Technique, HOSHINO BUHO, KARAMALLA ABDELAZIZ, ABD ELBASIT, MOHAMED A.M, MANAYEVA KARINA, YODA K, SULIMAN MAHGOUB, ELGAMRI MOHAMED, NAWATA H, YASUDA H, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22, 1, 1, 4, 20120600, Refereed
Root System Development of Prosopis Seedlings under Different Soil Moisture Conditions, YODA KIYOTSUGU, ELBASIT MOHAMED, A.M.ABD, HOSHINO BUHO, NAWATA HIROSHI, YASUDA HIROSHI, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22, 1, 13, 16, 20120600, Refereed
Preliminary Results on Surface and Soil Characteristics of Brandt's Vole (Microtus brandti) Habitat in Central Mongolia using Satellite Data, SAWAMUKAI MARIE, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, PUREVSUREN TSEDENDAMBA, ASAKAWA MITSUHIKO, KAWASHIMA KENJI, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22, 1, 295, 298, 20120600, Refereed
Root System Development of Prosopis Deedlings under Different Soil Moisture Conditions, K YODA, MA ELBASIT, B HOSHINO, H NAWATA, H YASUDA, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22, 1, 13, 16, 20120500, Refereed
Patterns of grazing behavior of livestock in settlements of Inner Mongolia, SURIGA, HOSHINO BUHO, SAIXIALT, GANZORIG SUMIYA, HASHIMOTO MIKI, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 36, 2, 347, 355, 20120400
Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Tibetan Antelope at Hoh Xil National Reserve, MANAYEVA KARINA, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, NAKAZAWA TAKASHI, MINARI YUKA, IGOTA HIROMASA, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 36, 2, 339, 345, 20120400
Cooperative guild and spatial heterogeneity in habitat of small mammals in the mountain steppe of Mongolia, KAWASHIMA KENJI, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, SAWAMUKAI MARIE, ASAKAWA MITSUHIKO, BATSAIKHAN NYAMSUREN, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 36, 2, 357, 362, 20120400
Studies on land use patterns and behavior of the domestic horses grazing in Mongolia, ICHIJO MASAYOSHI, ICHIJO MASAYOSHI, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, KAWASHIMA KENJI, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 36, 2, 363, 375, 20120400
地球は乾いている―進行する砂漠化と畜産(遊牧)と地球環境―《24》モンスーンアジアの生態系と日本の安全 3), 星野仏方, 酪農ジャーナル, 酪農ジャーナル, 65, 3, 46, 47, 20120301
A Model Analysis for the Regime Shift under Climate Change in Alpine Vegetation, Tetsuo Yabuki, Megumi Hashiguchi, Geku Kudo, Buho Hoshino, Masami Kaneko, Procceding of The International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, Procceding of The International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, 2011, 1, 1, 7, 20111000, Refereed
A NEW METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF SOIL MOISTURE FROM PALSAR POLARIZATION DATA IN HIGH DENSITY VEGETATED AREA, B. Hoshino, G. Kudo, Y. Amagai, M. Kaneko, T. Yabuki, The 32nd Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, The 32nd Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, 3, 7, 20111000
Parasitological investigation of wild rodents collected from Mongolia: Its outline and preliminary results, ASAKAWA MITSUHIKO, KHALIUNAA TSEVEGMID, GANTIGMAA CHULUUNBAATAR, BATTULGA SUMIYA, ABMED DAVAAJAV, ANU DAVAASUREN, HOSHINO BUHO, ITO RYO, 日本獣医学会学術集会講演要旨集, 日本獣医学会学術集会講演要旨集, 152nd, 198, 20110831
Invasion of dwarf bamboo into alpine snow-meadows in northern Japan: pattern of expansion and impact on species diversityo alpine snow-meadows in northern Japan: pattern of expansion and impact on species diversity, Gaku Kudo, Yukihiro Amagai, Buho Hoshino, Masami Kaneko, Ecology and evolution, Ecology and evolution, 1, 1, 85, 96, 20110800, Refereed
Remote sensing methods for the evaluation of the mesquite tree (Prosopis juliflora) environmental adaptation to semi-arid Africa, Buho Hoshino, Maino Yonemori, Karina Manayeva, Abdelaziz Karamalla, Kiyotsugu Yoda, Mahgoub Suliman, Mohamed Elgamri, Hiroshi Nawata, Yusuke Mori, Shunsuke Yabuki, Shigeto Aida, IEEE Xplore, IEEE Xplore, 2011, 1, 1910, 1913, 20110700, Refereed
RAPID EVALUATION OF FOREST DAMAGED BY TYPHOON USING MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE DATA – CASE STUDY IN HOKKAIDO JAPAN, Buho Hoshino, Sabyr Nurtazin, Masayuki Takada, KazNU Journal of Ecology, KazNU Journal of Ecology, 3, 32, 53, 58, 20110500, Refereed
Spatial and temporal patterns of NDVI response to precipitation in Mongolian Steppe, PUREVSUREN TSEDENDAMBA, HOSHINO BUHO, GANZORIG SUMIYA, TSERENDULAM TS, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 35, 2, 55, 62, 20110400
Remote Sensing Methods of Vegetation and Surface Run-off Change in Eastern Sudan Area, HOSHINO BUHO, NAWATA HIROSHI, JIA RUICHEN, ABDELAZIZ KARAMALLA, YODA KIYOTSUGU, 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 酪農学園大学紀要 自然科学編(Web), 35, 2, 33, 43, 20110400
Preliminary study on migration pattern of the Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii) based on satellite tracking, Buho Hoshino, Jiang, Z, Liu, C, Yoshida, T, Halik, M, Kaneko, M, Asakawa, M, Motokawa, M, Kaji, K, Wu, H, Ohtaishi, N, Ganzorig, S, Masuda, R, Advances in Space Research,, Advances in Space Research,, 48, 1, 43, 48, 20110200, Refereed
CLASSIFICATION OF CASI-3 HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGE BY SUBSPACE METHOD, Buho Hoshino, Hasi Bagan, Akihiro Nakazawa, Masami Kaneko, Masaki Kawai, Tetuo Yabuki, IEEE Xplore, IEEE Xplore, 2011, 1, 1, 4, 20110000, Refereed
Small mammals collected from Qinghai Province, China, Masaharu Motokawa, Hongfeng Zhang, Junfeng Pei, Mitsuhiko Asakawa, Masakazu Asahara, Wei-Jan Wen, Chuguang Liu, Halik Mahmut, Xiaomin Wu, Buho Hoshino, Biogeography, Biogeography, 12, 29, 37, 20100000, Refereed
Investigation on the water stress in alpine vegetation using Hyperspectral Sensors, Buho Hoshino, Gaku Kudo, Tetsuo Yabuki, Masami Kaneko, Sumiya Ganzorig, IEEE Xplore, IEEE Xplore, 2009, 1, 554, 556, 20090000, Refereed
Evaluate the Eco-effectiveness of Sloping Land Conversion "Grain for Green Project" of China Using a Satellite-derived Land Surface Parameter, Aosier Buhe, H. Nawata, R. Nagasawa, R. Sato, Y. Yamanaka, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 17, 2, 87, 91, 20070900, Refereed
Land cover of oases and forest in XinJiang, China retrieved from ASTER data, Aosier Buhe, K.Tsuchiya, M.Kaneko, N.Ohtaichi, Mahmut Halik, Advances in Space Reserch, Advances in Space Reserch, 39, 1, 39, 45, 20070000, Refereed
Classifying the vegetation at Sarobetsu Mire, Hokkaido, using satellite remote sensing, M Takada, A Buhe, S Natsume, K Saito, K Kato, Landsc Ecol Manage, Landsc Ecol Manage, 11, 1, 3, 14, 20061100, Refereed
Extraction of Poplar(Populus euphratica) Forest and Tamaric(Tamarix taklamakanensis) Bushes in Taklamakan Desert Using Terra/ASTER Data, BUHE Aosier, M.KANEKO, N.OHTAISHI, MAHAMUT Halik, K. TSUCHIYA, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 15, 4, 391, 397, 20060000, Refereed
Scaling transformation of remote sensing digital image with multiple resolutions from different sensors, A Buhe, J Ma, Q Wang, Journal of Geographical Sciences, Journal of Geographical Sciences, 59, 1, 101, 110, 20040800, Refereed
Comparison of image data acquired with AVHRR, MODIS, ETM+ and ASTER over Hokkaido, Japan, Buheaosier, K. Tsuchiya, M. Kaneko, S.J. Sung, Advances in Space Research, Advances in Space Research, 32, 11, 2211, 2216, 20031200, Refereed
Quantitative assessment of vegetation coverage factor in USLE model using remote sensing data, Ma C F, Ma J W, Buhe A, Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, 21, 1, 6, 9, 20010600, Refereed
Quantitative assessment of vegetation coverage factor in USLE model using remote sensing data, CF Ma, JW Ma, A Buhe, Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, 21, 4, 6, 9, 20010500, Refereed
Study on spatial-temporal feature of modern land-use change in China: using remote sensing techniques, Jiyuan Liu, Buheaosier, Quaternary sciences, Quaternary sciences, 20, 3, 229, 239, 20000500, Refereed
Study on Land Cover Change in China Based on Seasonal & Longitudinal Characteristics Using Remotely Sensed Data, Buho Hoshino, Journal of Geographical Sciences, Journal of Geographical Sciences, 65, 1, 52, 60, 19981200, Refereed
Correction of NDVI calculated form ASTER L1B and ASTER(AST07) data based on ground measurement, Hoshino Buho, Masami Kaneko, Kenta Ogawa, Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 45, 56
Regional environmental differentiation and regional safety threshold of soil selenium, Buber Aoseer, Dongwe Zhang, Li Liu, Acta Pedologica Sinica, Acta Pedologica Sinica, 32, 2, 186, 193, Refereed

Books etc

The Cultures of Water Management (eBook, Editors Hiroshi Nawata Makoto Taniguchi), Buho Hoshino, Hiroshi Nawata, Abdelaziz Karamalla Gaiballa, Kiyotsugu Yoda, Hiroshi Yasuda, 共著, Chapter 14;: 14. Remote Sensing Methods for Surface Run-Off, Soil Moisture and Alien Invasive Species Control in African Arid and Semi-Arid Lands, Springer Japan (Springer Japan KK, part of Springer Nature),   2019 12 , 9784431542131, This book assesses the importance of the cultural dimensions of water management, which differ from one region of the world to another, from humid Southeast Asia to arid parts of the Middle East and Africa. Water is a vital resource, and water circulation brings invaluable benefits in many ways. Too much or too little water can also create disasters, however, including flooding and drought. Water is considered “too much to control” in humid areas and “too little to survive” in arid regions. There is a great storehouse of traditional and scientific knowledge on water management as an expression of culture in both arid and humid areas. The qanat, for example, is used in some arid regions to control the transport of water underground. In humid areas, people have long existed under the threat of heavy flooding by drawing upon traditional knowledge for survival. Once-effective water management is threatened, however, by climate change such as global warming and by the globalization and urbanization of society. Adaptive water management is now imperative as climate and society undergo changes. Not only political and institutional solutions are called for. As well, adaptations of traditional methods must be introduced into modern systems of water management. This book provides valuable guidance on how that synthesis can be achieved.
The Applications and Analysis Methods for Remote Sensing, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Chapter 10-3, NTS,   2019 08 , 9784860436124
Remote Sensing & GIS Application to Agriculture, Buho Hoshino, 単著, 1-page spatial report, Dairy Journal,   2016 08
内モンゴルを知るための60章, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Dust storm and desertification of Inner Mongolian Rangeland, Aka-Ishi Press,   2015 07
On the Helminth Fauna of small mammals in Hustai National Park, Mongolia, S. Ganzorig, N. Batsaikhan, K. Hagiwara, K. Baba, B. Hoshino, 共著, 84-92, Takhi (Book, in English),   2015 03
Spatial distribution of Microtus brandti colonies in abandoned cropland in a buffer zone of the Hustai National Park, Mongolia, S. Ganzorig, B. Hoshino, T. Toda, A. Saitoh, K. Umegaki, N. Batsaihan, R. Samiya, S. T. Nurtazin, 共著, 69-75, Takhi (Book, in English),   2015 03
Book of Desert History, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Chapter-1,3,4 Alien plant of Mesquite, Tokai University Press,   2014 03
Home ranges and habitat selection of Microtus brandti voles in abandoned cropland in a buffer zone of the Hustai National Park, Mongolia, Buho Hoshino, 共著, 76-83, Takhi (Mongolia),   2014 03
Alien Plant of Mesquite, Buho Hoshino, Hiroshi Nawata, 共著, Editorial, Rin-Sen Press,   2013 12
Diversify of Mongolian society and nature, Buho Hoshino, 編集, Change of natural environment and Nomadic depend Mongolian plateau, Nagoya University,   2013 03
Remote Sensing --- An Introductory Textbook, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Desertification, MARUZEN PLANET,   2013 03
Introductory Remote Sensing, Buho Hoshino, 共著, remote sensing of desertification: pp. 50-52, Riko-Tosho press,   2011 06
Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Buho Hoshino, Masami Kaneko, Kenta Ogawa, 共著, Correction of NDVI calculated from ASTER L1B and ASTER(AST07) data based on ground measurement, In-Tech Press,   2009 09
Desert of encyclopedia, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Ecological immigration, MARUZEN PLANET,   2008 10
Remote Sensing · GIS Handbook book for the natural environment analysis, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Analysis of arid and semi-arid land change, Kokin Shoin,   2007 11
Forest Sciences, Buho Hoshino, 共著, Remote Sensing Method for Forest Habiat Monitoring, Asa-Kura Press,   2005 08
Estimating soil moisture in the arid and semi-arid region using Terra/ASTER data, BUHE Aosier, M. Kaneko, S. Shimada, K. Tsuchiya, 共著, one chapter, ERECON,   2004 07

Conference Activities & Talks

Relationship between human and livestock in the nomadic life, Buho Hoshino, Su Riga, Christopher McCarthy, Kaoru Imamura, The World Conference on Research in Social Sciences,   2020 02 21
Climate change and livestock behavior -Case study of Center Asia, Buho Hoshino, 2nd Symposium on Research on Pastoral Society in Central Asia,   2019 11 22
Risk assessment of the regional impact of the China "One-Belt-One-Road" (OBOR) project in Kazakhstan, Buho Hoshino, International Sympodium for China OBOR and Afro Eurasian dry land civilization,   2019 11 09
Spatial Distribution Pattern (Turing Pattern ) of Dryland Plants, Buho Hoshino, Tian-Ying, Keita Shima, International Conference on Integrative Plant Physiology 2019,   2019 10 27
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION PATTERN (TURING PATTERN) OF DRYLAND PLANTS – A CASE STUDY OF VEGETATION RESPONSE TO PRECIPITATION IN WATER LIMITED ECOSYSTEM, Buho Hoshino, International Workshop on "Nomad's Seasonal Movement Insights from Recent Studies",   2019 08 26 , 招待有り
OWOH and Remote Sensing, Buho Hoshino, The 6th One World and One Health Research Forum 2019,   2019 06 06 , 招待有り
Satellite tracking of livestock behavior of Kazakh Dry steppe and monitoring of seasonal change of animals food resources, Buho Hoshino, Japan Anthropological Society,   2019 06 01
Farm to table: Environmental changes considered from the food table in Mongolia and Kazakhstan, Buho Hoshino, invitation lecture,   2019 02 20 , 招待有り
Behavior of material particles and transfort of pathogens on the earth and regional scale, Buho Hoshino, The 12th Atmospheric Bioaerosol Symposium,   2019 02 18
Satellite tracking of livestock behavior patterns and seasonal change of food resources in Kazakh dry step, Buho Hoshino, The 2nd Central Asia Pastoral Society Study Group (Kagaku A "Dynamic Analysis of Pastoral Society in Central Asia - From Domestication to Climate Change"),   2018 12 22
Environment Problem of Mongolian Plateau ---Case study of the interaction between precipitation-vegetation and dust emission, Buho Hoshino, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SCIENCE APPLICATION AND DEVELOPMENT SOLUTION OF MONGOLIA Agenda,   2018 10 23 , 招待有り
Measurement of Changing in Natural Environment and Livelihood of Mongolian Plateau ---Case study of the interaction between precipitation-vegetation and dust emission, Buho Hoshino, 7th Study Meeting on the Mongolian Plateau Environmental Issues,   2018 10 06 , 招待有り
Studies on the Forest Dieback Phenomenon in a Semi-Arid Region Using Remotely Sensed Data, Buho Hoshino, IEEE IGARSS2018,   2018 07 22
Detection of Dry Lake Beds Formation and Estimate of Environmental Regime Shift in Semi-Arid Region, Buho Hoshino, Yuki Sofue, Yuta Demura, Tsedendamba Purevsuren, Kenji Baba, Enkhtuvshin Zoljargal, Jun Noda, Katsuro Hagiwara, Kenji Kai, The 13th International Conference of Desert Technology (DT13),   2018 03 14 , 招待有り
Seasonal Dynamics for Vegetation Response to Precipitation and Detection of Environmental Regime Shifting in Semi-Arid Region, Buho Hoshino, International Workshop on Asian Dust, Bioaerosols and Environmental Regime Shift,   2017 11 03 , 招待有り
Seasonal Dynamics of Vegetation and Dust Emission in Dryland, Buho Hoshino, Yuki Sofue, Kenji Kai, Third COSPAR Symposium,   2017 09 18
Strategy of survival of plants in dry environment and its response to precipitation, Buho Hoshino, The 6th Workshop in Progress of the Mongolian Plateau Environmental Problem (MoPEP),   2017 09 16 , 招待有り
REMOTE SENSING METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGIME SHIFTS IN SEMI-ARID REGION, Buho Hoshino, IEEE IGARSS2017,   2017 07 23
Remote Sensing Approach for Environmental Regime Shifting Over Mongolian Gobi Desert Region, Buho Hoshino, JSPS seminar in Nagoya University,   2017 02 23
Strategy of survival of plants in dry environment and its response to precipitation, Buho Hoshino, Open seminar about climate change response to vegetation,   2017 02 20
Studies on the Betula platyphylla Suk. Forest dieback phenomenon in Hustai National Park, Mongolia based on remotely sensed data, Buho Hoshino, 8th Biennial Conference of the International Biogeography Society,   2017 01 09 , the International Biogeography Society, This study we approached the dieback phenomenon of the Betula platyphylla Suk. forest in Hustai National Park in Mongolian using remotely sensed data. Recently the significant growth reduction in semi-arid pine forest, why? Our approaches including such as a rapider warming in dryer region; more evaporation; less available soil water; growth reduction and more frequent drought or long drought are major driving forces. But in our study region, we have chronic forest dieback, likely because in winter the temperature is < 0 0C and water storage in winter benefits tree growth. Early spring warming could exhaust this water storage. It is therefore hypothesized that early spring temperature is most crucial for tree growth. Rising temperature in spring overly evaporates winter water storage and leads to more frequent drought events in early spring. Frequency of spring drought in 1990s is 2.6 times of the average for the last century as a whole, explaining the most recent forest dieback. Remaining of this trend in the future will lead to more serious forest dieback and even vanishing of the semi-arid forests. Soil moisture is higher in deciduous broadleaved forest than in coniferous forest; Water consuming is more in deciduous broadleaved forest than in coniferous forest during the growing season.
Distribution dynamics of soot drained from the thermal power station in Sainshand City of Dornogovi Province of Mongolia, Buho Hoshino, The 4th Atmospheric Aerosol Symposium,   2016 11 25
A new remotely sensed methodology for detection of the land surface change in the Asian Dust Storm Sources Region, Buho Hoshino, Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment (57th Anniual Meeting),   2016 09 07 , 招待有り
Estimates of ground surface characteristics for outbreaks of the Asian Dust Storms in the sources region, Buho Hoshino, Dust2016,   2016 06 14
Remote sensing approach for the dieback phenomenon of Betula platyphylla Suk. forest in Hustai National Park, Mongolia, Buho Hoshino, Annual Scientific Council Meeting of Hustai National Park, Mongolia,   2016 01 23 , 招待有り
Sudan Remote Sensing Authority (RSA),, Buho Hoshino,   2013 12
Workshop on Afro-Eurasian Dry Lands Civilizations, Buho Hoshino,   2012 10

Works

Spring, Buho Hoshino, 芸術活動
Raod, Buho Hoshino (Buheaosier, 芸術活動
Remote Sensing An Introductory Textbook, Buho Hoshino, 教材
The Earth become dry, Buho Hoshino, その他
Mongolian Land, Buho Hoshino (Buheaosier, 芸術活動

Misc

モンゴルゴビ砂漠Sainshand付近のバイオエアロゾル集積地における飛散実験について, 馬場賢治, 馬場賢治, 出村雄太, 星野仏方, 星野仏方, 日本気象学会大会講演予稿集,   2017 09 30 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201702269598978662
CALIPSOを用いた2012年4月のダストストームの時空間変遷について, 馬場賢治, 神慶孝, 高畑若奈, 出村雄太, 星野仏方, 日本気象学会大会講演予稿集,   2016 09 30 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201602239906711442
衛星植生指数を用いたモンゴル国ゴビから発生する黄砂の頻度について, 祖父江侑紀, 出村雄太, ツェデンバプレブスレン, 星野仏方, 馬場賢治, 能田淳, 甲斐賢二, 共生社会システム学会大会報告要旨, 2014,   2014 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201402214533233319

Awards & Honors

  2018 10 , Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Mongolia, the Best Environmental Scientist Award by Mongolian Ministry of Environment and Tourism, The study on on the Mongolian Plateau Environmental Issues
  2018 05 , The Remote Sensing Society of Japan ( RSSJ), Certificate of Appreciation of RSSJ, Contribution to the development of academic societies
  2012 05 , Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies, Award of Best Poster Presentation, Evaluation of sustainable development for Mongolian Plateau using behavior pattern of livestock
  2010 05 , Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies, Award of Best Poster Presentation, Study of vegetation change due to grazing intensity in Inner Mongolian rangeland ."

Research Grants & Projects

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Risk assessment of the regional impact of the China "One-Belt-One-Road" (OBOR) project
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), Dynamic analysis of pastoral societies in Central Asia
国立研究開発法人農業・食品産業技術総合研究機構, 生産性・収益性向上を実現する⾧時間航行ドローン等研究開発 コンソーシアム, 農薬・肥料を長時間自動散布可能なドローンシステムの開発
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), International Observation of Asian Dust and Environmental Regime shift over the Source Regions
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), A Model Analysis for the Regime Shift under climate change
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Tree ring width, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses for ecosystem change, Analyses lines were developed for tree ring oxygen and nitrogen isotopes. Carbon, oxygen and nitrogen isotopes were analyzed for tree ring samples obtained from taiga at north Mongolia. Carbon and oxygen isotopes showed similar trend, with higher values under dryer conditions. Higher nitrogen was observed for tree ring at grassland boundary than that at forest site. Nitrogen isotope was also observed for 5-year period, and no clear correlations with temperature and precipitation fluctuations were observed. These tree ring nitrogen isotopes at forest site and grassland boundary showed different trends, and suggested nitrogen dynamics at each ecosystem. Growth of larch trees at grassland boundary seem to be limited due to a dry condition, however sufficient right and nitrogen conditions may contribute the growth of trees.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), A Re-Evaluation of the Use of Large Domestic Animals in Central Asia: Focusing on Changes in Camel Breeding, Camels are well adapted to dry climates. We focused primarily on camels reared in Kazakhstan, conducting a diversified examination of such topics as the ecological characteristics of camels, their economic value, and their origins, and the history of their hybrids. There are two types of domestic camels found spread across the globe; the Bactrian camel and the dromedary. Although they are different species, in Kazakhstan crossbreeding of the two has been carried out since long ago for various purposes. Recent years has seen the increased popularity of a hybrid between the Arabian camel, with its higher volume of milk. It is in this context that research is proceeding forward, not only with investigations into what their DNA, ecology and behavior tell us about the peculiar characteristics of camels as animals, but also at the same time into how human beings have used camels of the ages, considering the history and current state of this interaction.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Bioaerosol time-space transition during Asian dust transport incorporating cloud physics process, We investigated the spatio-temporal variation of bioaerosol occurred in the Mongolian Gobi Desert. The asian dust which occurred in the Mongolian Gobi desert arrived in Hokkaido area through the Westerly Wind without spreading in the meridian direction, according to meteorological model. We were also able to confirm occurrence / transport of Asian dust from LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging, Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging) and artificial satellites CALIPSO. From aerosol samples acquired in Mongolian Gobi desert and Sapporo, they were biologically identified between them.
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, MEXT-Supported Program for the Strategic Research Foundation at Private Universities, Development of rapid identification method of infectious agents in production animals and establishment of effective countermeasures based on global analysis of infection routes
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), A Study of Integrated Management Methods of Alien Invasive Species Mesquite in Arid Lands of West Asia and Africa, The invasion of mesquite (Prosopis spp.) has not only changed regional ecosystems, but has also led to livelihood degradation in local communities. The Japanese-Sudanese interdisciplinary research teams developed comprehensive measures to control this invasive species. Hydrologists, plant physiologists, weed scientists, remote-sensing specialists, range managers, agricultural economists, nutrient physiologists, and cultural anthropologists worked together in field surveys at riverbanks, wadi beds, seashores and mountainsides in arid to semi-arid areas of Sudan. The results of the study were applied as a training course on mesquite management and utilization for outreach workers of local state government. The results were immediately presented at an international conference and published in an academic book.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Relationship between the exclusive invasion of alien vegetation, mesquite and heterogeneity of sub-surface zone in arid environment, Field survey in Sudan and analysis in Japan have been performed since 2011. In Sudan, observation wells were constructed at several mesquite bushes. Corresponding to solar radiation, water uptake by mesquite was observed. Decline of groundwater table due to the midday depression was indicated around the noon time. The root length was 10 times of the height of shrub. A numerical simulation model for groundwater uptake was developed. Experiments on germination were conducted at Arid Land Research Center and rapid root extension was observed (2 cm/day). Analysis of mesquite spread covering area by remote sensing indicated that high density of mesquite depends on specific soil moisture range region. The mesquite spread can be simulated by a biological spreading simulation model. Existence of groundwater is apparently significant for intrusion and spread of mesquite.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Comparative study of Asian and Saharan dusts - estimation of the dust flux and influence to the climate, There are two major dusts in the world. One is the Saharan dust and the other is the Asian dust. The dust influences the global and local climates through the processes of radiation and cloud micro-physics. The present study carried out a comparative study of Asian and Saharan dusts by using in situ observations, space lidar, and numerical models. The result suggests that the Asian dust has more ability of forming ice nuclei than the Saharan dust.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S), Historico-Ecological Studies of Afro-Eurasian Inner Dry Land Civilizations and their Modern Changes from the View Point of Pastoralism, For rethinking the human civilization history, we have evaluated the Afro-Eurasian Inner dry land Civilization as its basic and main stream before the modern time from a pastoralist point of view. The animal was the pre modern most important power for men to exploit. The value of domesticated animals was not limited to the production of protein resources. As an excellent way of transport, it has contributed to the formation of long distant trade making its network and city civilization; as that of war and political domination, it supported the formation of Great Empires. Thus a global civilization was established in the inner dry land where distant regions and peoples communicate and exchange together, while 4 kinds of typology can be classified: 1. Northern prairie, 2. Tropical desert, 3. Oasis, 4. Tropical savanna. The destruction was however its modern history because Western modern history was that of ocean centered civilization and fossil energy.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Climate change impacts on the dynamics of alpine plant communities and clarification of its mechanisms, We aimed to evaluate the climate change impacts on the vegetation dynamics in alpine ecosystem and to clarify the changing mechanisms. Expansion of dwarf bamboo and drought stress caused the rapid decrease in species diversity and declining alpine vegetation. We developed new methods to quantify the vegetation changes using air-photographs and to evaluate the changes in soil moisture conditions using remote sensing data. Furthermore, we developed theoretical model to predict a drastic vegetation change caused by climate change.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), Influence of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway on seasonal migration of Tibetan animals, In this study, the hindering factor of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway, that is linking the Lhasa (Tibet) and Golmud of Qinghai Province since July 2006, on the migration of the Tibetan antelope-Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii) and other wild animals, inhabitants of the Tibetan Plateau is investigated. For the first time in world practice, nine (9) female Tibetan antelope were captured, fitted with satellite-based ARGOS platform transmitter terminal (PTT) and tracked distantly. Distant tracking and on-site field observations showed that the migrating Tibetan antelope mostly used a relatively small (200 meters in size) underpass Wu-Bei (N35°15′; E93°09′; altitude 4597 m) and also an underpass at the river Chumaru (a total of 33 under and overpasses are exists along the railroad). Satellite tracking of the migrating Tibetan antelope was successful; all tracked individuals area used breeding site in surrounds of the lake Huiten (or Zhuonai Lake) that is located in the National Reservation of Cococili (4900 m~5100 m above sea level). The satellite data are clearly showed exact locations of summer (calving), intermediate and winter pastures; and also provided data on the Tibetan antelope temporaldistribution pattern. A preliminary analysis of the obtained data showed that summer habitat selection is closely associated with conditions of pastures that are also could be obtained from the satellites. This is very important to know the mechanism that is driving such migrations. During the study period numerous data on distribution, morphology, feeding habits, parasites in relations to the railroad of small mammals and birds that live along the railway have been obtained.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Surveillance of the change of ecosystem on the Uotsuri-jima in Senkaku Islands with goats, using high-resolution satellite images
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Conservation biology for establishment a sanctuary for deer of an endangered species ; Tarim Red Deer and Thorold's Deer, Tarim red deer (Cervus elaphus yarkandensis) is a special subspecies belong to Western system which is wondrously adapted to desert habitat. The Tarim red deer inhabits in the river valley of the Tarim, Konqi and Qarqan rivers in Xinjiang, China. Currently, the habitat of the Tarim red deer is an area of intensive human activities, therefore the deer populations isolated into three areas, namely Xayar, Lopnur and Qarqan. Even more with the habitat's decreasing, not only the subspecies lost it's genetic diversity but also the animals are in severe danger because of genetic drifting and close relative reproduction. So far, the protective measure that has been sufficiently effective, and the ecology and genetic features of this subspecies remain to be elucidated. For that, some effective measures must be taken at present. Mammals of the Palearctic have evolved in the region from western Tibetan Plateau to Xinjiang of China. Severe changes in the natural environments of the Cenozoic era gradually formed the present zoogeographical and ecological features in Xiljiang. Seven orders, 23 families, and 136 species of mammals are distributed over Xinjiang's complex environment. However. because influences via human activities have resulted in decreasing and fragmentation of habitats of the mammals, conservation and management for endangered species together with natural environments are urgently needed. It is very important to conserve and manage wild animals, and recover habitat environments, based on the biological data. We used the optimum index factor (OIF) technique to rank all three-band combinations of ASTER original 14-band data over Tarim River Poplar Protection Area. Our study indicates that RGB color overlay using atmospheric corrected ASTER original bands 2, 3 (VNIR), and 6 (SWIR) has the highest OIF. When NDVI is considered as one ASTER band, highest OIF will have by carrying out bands 3 (VNIR), 4 (SWIR), and NDVI. In this study, we used highest OIF (bands 3, 4, and NDVI) succeeded in extraction of tarim River Poplar Forest.

社会貢献活動情報

Social Contribution

  2019 09 28  - 2019 09 28 , Grassland ecosystem and livelihood coexisting with wolves, 出演, Rakuno Gakuen University###
  2019 09 08  - 2019 09 08 , Monitoring environmental changes in the Mongolian Plateau using remote sensing, 出演, Mongolian Academy of Sciences###
  2019 02 20  - 2019 02 20 , From Farm to Table: case study of Center Asian Traditional Cultures, 出演, Nakamura Gakuen University###
  2018 02 24  - 2018 02 24 , Remote sensing monitoring of soil and crops, 出演, Event of National Fertilizer Confederation of Japan###
  2017 11 21  - 2017 11 22 , Remote sensing application for Hokkaido, Japan, 司会, The Remote Sensing Society of Japan###
  2016 10 01  - 2016 10 02 , Dream Navigation, 講師, Dream Navi: http://talk.yumenavi.info/archives/1912?site=p###
  2016 01 15  - 2016 01 15 , Adaptation to the social and ecological change of arid Asia and Africa, 司会, The Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN)###


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