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Kamijo Takashi

Kamijo Takashi

Kamijo Takashi, born 12 March, 1967 in Japan. Graduated from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, United Graduate School of Agricultural Science (1995). PhD in Agricultural Sciences & Forest Ecology (1995), Assistant Professor for the Laboratory of Forest Ecology, Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Tsukuba (1998), Associate Professor (2008), Professor (2013) for the Laboratory of Silviculture and Nature Conservation, College of Agro-Biological Resource Sciences, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan. Editor for peer-reviewed scientific journal «The Jap. J. For. Environ.», Steering Committee Member for «The Society of Vegetation Science», Representative for the Ecological Society of Japan. Research interests in ecological interactions among forest vegetation, soils and animals, and restoration of forest ecosystem. Author and co-author of more than 80 papers and 10 books. Some of them: «Seedling establishment of Castanopsis cuspidata var. sieboldii and Persea thunbergii on lava and scoria of the 1962 eruption on Miyake-jima Island, the Izu Islands» In «Ecol. Res.», 1995; «Primary succession of the warm-temperate broad-leaved forest on a volcanic island, Miyake-jima, Japan» In «Folia Geobotanica», 2002; «Initial soil formation processes of volcanogenous regosols (Scoriacious) from Miyake-jima island, Japan» In «Soil Science & Plant Nutrition», 2005; «Genetic structure of Miscanthus sinensis ssp. condensatus (Poaceae) on Miyake Island: implications for revegetation of volcanically devastated sites» In «Ecol. Res.», 2006; «Host trait preferences and distribution of vascular epiphytes in a warm-temperate forest» In «For. Ecol.», 2009; «Host trait preferences and distribution of vascular epiphytes in a warm-temperate forest» In «Plant Ecol.», 2009; «Comparative study of forest-dwelling bats' abundances and species richness between old-growth forests and conifer plantations in Nikko National Park, central Japan» In «Mammal Study», 2011; «Complete Genome Sequence of Leptospirillum ferrooxidans Strain C2-3, isolated from a fresh volcanic ash deposit on the island of Miyake, Japan» In «J. Bacteriol.», 2012; «Phytosociology of Hulunbeier grassland vegetation in Inner Mongoilia, China» In «Phytocoenologia», 2013; «Genetic differentiation and genetic diversity of Castanopsis (Fagaceae), the dominant tree species in Japanese broadleaved evergreen forests, revealed by analysis of EST-associated microsatellites» In «PLOS ONE», 2014.

E-mail: kamijo.takashi.fw@u.sukuba.ac.jp


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