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IRIE Teruaki

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Degree Earned 【 display / non-display

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture -  Doctor of Landscape Architecture

Employment Record in Research 【 display / non-display

  • 1997.04
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    2002.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureJunior College   Department of Environment and Landscape   Research Assistant  

  • 2002.04
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    2010.09

    Tokyo University of AgricultureJunior College   Department of Environment and Landscape   Lecturer  

  • 2010.10
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    2018.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureJunior College   Department of Environment and Landscape   Associate Professor  

  • 2018.04
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    2021.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Regional Regeneration Science   Associate Professor  

  • 2021.04
     
     

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Regional Regeneration Science   Professor  

Academic Society Membership 【 display / non-display

  • 1993.04
     
     
     

    Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture

  • 1993.09
     
     
     

    The City Planning Institute of Japan.

  • 1995.04
     
     
     

    Japan Association for Landscape Ecology

  • 1997.04
     
     
     

    The Association of Rural Planning

  • 2000.05
     
     
     

    IFLA(International Federation of Landscape Architects)

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Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Town planning/Architectural planning

  • Rural environmental engineering/Planning

  • Environment Planning

Research Interests 【 display / non-display

  • Environment Planning

  • Green infrastructure

  • Heat Island

  • Landscape Planning

  • Regional Regeneration

Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • A study on value of green infrastructure with multiple benefits of homestead trees and hedges Igune

    Teruaki Irie, Saki Harada, Hitoshi Uchida, Masatoshi Takeuchi

    Journal of Agriculture Science., Tokyo University of Agriculture. ( Tokyo University of agriculture )  65 ( 1 ) 9 - 18   2020.06  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    Homestead trees and hedges, known as Igune, have been a feature of the traditional rural landscape in the Miyagi and Iwate prefectures for at least 400 years. We evaluated the green infrastructure value of the multiple benefits provided by Igune. In particular, we concentrated on the cultural and lifestyle values, windbreak effects, and habitat for forest and forest-edge living birds.

  • Effects of field margins and other uncultivated fields on Orthoptera assemblages in the mountainous paddy field area of northeast Japan

    Masatoshi Takeuchi* and Teruaki Irie

    Zoology and Ecology   29 ( 1 ) 76 - 88   2019.06  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    DOI

  • Discovery of local resource and landscape conservation : Evaluation improvement of landscape properties by community resident society 'Funabashi Komichi'

    Emiko Nishikawa, Teruaki Irie

      ( 11 ) 123 - 131   2019.03  [Invited]

    Research paper (research society, symposium materials, etc.)   Joint Work

  • A study of regional education program with park design through collaboration and cooperation with diverse entities - Case Study involving the Kinuta and Kitami elementary schools

    Teruaki Irie, Reiko Machida, Shintaro Nakamichi, Shigeyuki Miyabayashi

    Journal of Agriculture Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture ( Tokyo University of Agriculture )  63 ( 2 ) 74 - 82   2018.09  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    This study evaluates the effectiveness of a collaborative, student-led approach to park design, during the comprehensive learning period at Kinuta and Kitami elementary schools. We used a three-step design in the program: first, identify the region's assets and character; second, develop individual views and group consensus around desired outcomes; and third, to encourage ownership of the park's design by the students. The first step of the process is the recognition of the region's character through the production of a playground map by the students, after learning about the area's natural resources and heritage through play-oriented tasks from the regional supervisor. The second step aimed to develop students' analytical skills by encouraging them to think individually about the park's design, then to build consensus through discussion and negotiation with their peers with the role of facilitator by university teachers and also with students practicing the role of facilitator for the university teacher and students. Finally, the third step aimed to inspire students' confidence and sense of ownership of their park design, to enhance future engagement with the region's stewardship. This regional educational program involved local administrations, elementary schools, universities and consultant specialist advisers, whose collective roles and responsibilities need to be clarified to ensure effective collaboration within the wider educational system.

  • Vision of Kumamoto Landscape for Reconstruction / Green Infrastructure in the Catchment Area and Regional Regeneration with Satoyama and Landscape Initiative

    Teruaki IRIE

    Journal of Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture ( Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture )  82 ( 2 ) 108 - 111   2018.07  [Invited]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Single Work

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • ESRI MAP BOOK Volume 33

    ESRI (Part: Joint Work )

    ESRI  2018.07 ISBN: 978-1-58948-507-5

    This study aims to demonstrate how simulated thermal and wind dynamics can be integrated into urban environmental planning. Three dimensional GIS and CFD simulations were employed to investigate the effects of green space and wind flows on urban cooling, using the Setagaya University campus as a case study.

  • Visions of our Landscape for Reconstruction

    (Part: Joint Work )

    2012.05 ISBN: 978-4-944091-48-5

  • Satoyama Landacape and Life In Fukushima prefecture Samegawa village

    IRIE,KAMIJI,UCHIDA,TAKEUCHI,TACHI,ANDO,HOSAKA,TAKAHASHI,WATANABE,KAWAKAMI,KURITA,MASUDA,ITO,IRIE,YOKOTA (Part: Joint Work )

    Tokyo University of Agriculture  2012.03 ISBN: 978-488694-404-7

  • An Intoroduction to Environment and Landscape

    kobayashi,suzuki,miyazaki,uchida,takeuchi,jindo,irie (Part: Joint Work )

    coronasha  2010.04

Review Papers, etc. 【 display / non-display

  • 世界に広がる日本庭園⑪ メキシコ・タンガマンガ公園 日墨友好日本庭園

    入江彰昭

    日造連ニュース ( 一般社団法人日本造園組合連合会 )  ( 1321 ) 3 - 3   2020.04  [Invited]

    Introduction and explanation (commerce magazine)   Single Work1

  • Report of Malaysia Urban Green Space & IFPRA Asia Pacific Conference 2014 (Penang, Malaysia) & Visit to Parks in Singapore

    Teruaki IRIE

    IFPRA JAPAN ( IFPRA JAPAN )    2014.11

    Introduction and explanation (others)   Joint Work2

Honours, Awards and Prizes 【 display / non-display

  • First Place, Communicating Science Spatially, Map Gallery

    2019.07.12    

    Winner: Teruaki Irie, Tommy Dalgaard

    First Place, Communicating Science Spatially, Map Gallery

  • GIS Esri Conference Map Gallery 2017, Winning Best Award

    2017.05.18    

    Winner: Teruaki Irie, Takumi Uehara, Tadakazu Kaneko

Scientific Research Funds Acquisition Results 【 display / non-display

  • Young Person Research (B)

    Project Year:  2007.04  -  2009.03   

  • Young Person Research (B)

    Project Year:  2003.04  -  2005.03   

Oral Presentation 【 display / non-display

  • A Study on Improvement of the Value of Hedgerows of Green Infrastructure in Denmark on based of Simulating Wind Dynamics by Meteorological observation.

    ESRI World User Conference 2019  (San Diego)  2019.07  -  2019.07  ESRI

    This study improved the value of hedgerows in the
    catchment. The hedgerows distributed most in Non-irrigated arable LAND on the ridge, hedgerows play important roles in mitigating soil erosion by wind.
    This study proposed visualized hedgerows planning method in based on simulating wind dynamics in the field scale and the landscape scale by Aerial sensing and GIS. This visualized planning method can collaborate and help decision make with several stakeholders, policy maker, landowner, farmer, resident. And, it be able to propose hedgerows planting plan with regional landscape character.

  • A study on value of green infrastructure with multiple benefits of homestead trees and hedgerows "Igune"

    ESRI World User Conference 2019  (San Diego)  2019.07  -  2019.07  ESRI

    The green infrastructure of Igune homestead trees can clearly contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation, and delivers simultaneous cultural, traditional, and biodiversity co-benefits, which together can support the regeneration of regional landscape identities.

  • Green infrastructure planning for being based on simulation thermal and wind dynamics A case study of Tokyo urban green spaces, especially Yoyogi Park and the Meiji Jingu Shrine

    Teruaki Irie, Takumi Uehara, Ryo Araya, Sawahiko Shimada

    ESRI User Conference 2018  (San Diego)  2018.07  -  2018.07  ESRI

    This study aims to demonstrate how simulated thermal and wind dynamics can be integrated into green infrastructure planning. Remote sensing and three dimensional GIS and CFD simulations were employed to investigate the effects of green space and wind flows on urban cooling a case study of Tokyo urban green space, especially Yoyogi Park and the Meiji Jingu Shrine.

  • Urban green infrastructure planning methods to mitigate urban heat island impacts and associated night-time temperatures using Landsat8 data

    Teruaki IRIE

    International Conference 2017. Urban Green Infrastructure - Connecting People and Nature for Sustainable Cities.  (Malmö, Sweden)  2017.09  -  2017.09  University of Copenhagen

    This study's hypothesis is that large heat islands can be fragmented through the use of open space, which allow flows of cool air to reduce night-time temperatures. Using data from Landsat8, a four step method, comprising data collection, data analysis, decision making and final planning, is proposed to enable planning for mitigation of urban heat island effects. (1) Land cover and existing daily surface air temperature maps were generated from the Landsat8 data and summer observatory data from the Meteorological Agency. (2) Surface temperature and air temperature (at 0500 hours) maps were derived using a formula incorporating the ratio of green space within different spatial scales within the survey areas. (3) Predictive maps of surface temperature and air temperature (at 0500 hours) were generated using three alternative green space plans (focused along riversides, streets and in school grounds, respectively), using the same formula. (4) This scenario appraisal approach can contribute to new green infrastructure planning to mitigate the increasingly important issue of urban heat island impacts and night-time temperatures.

  • Simulating thermal and wind dynamics to aid environmental planning: a university campus case study.

    Teruaki Irie, Takumi Uehara and Tadakazu Kaneko

    (San Diego)  2017.07  -  2017.07  Esri

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Activity of Academic 【 display / non-display

  • 2000.10
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    2004.01

    Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture

  • 2002.04
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    2004.04

    Japan Federation of Landscape Academy  

  • 2004.02
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    2004.05

    Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture

  • 2004.07
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    2009.07

    The City Planning Institute of Japan.   The City Planning Institute of Japan

  • 2005.11
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    2006.05

    Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture

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