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SUZUKI Kojiro

Professor

Employment Record in Research 【 display / non-display

  • 1992.04
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    1993.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureResearch Assistant  

  • 2000.04
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    2005.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Landscape Architecture Science   Lecturer  

  • 2007.04
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    2011.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Landscape Architecture Science   Associate Professor  

  • 2011.04
     
     

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Landscape Architecture Science   Professor  

Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Horticultural science

  • Education

  • Biodiversity/Systematics

  • Conservation of biological resources

  • Environmental and ecological symbiosis

Research Interests 【 display / non-display

  • Landscape Architecture

  • Arboriculture

  • Satoyama

Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Landforms and distribution patterns of giant Castanopsis sieboldii trees in urban areas and western suburbs of Tokyo, Japan

    Tomotsugu Watanabe, Kako Matsunaga, Yumiko Kanazawa, Kojiro Suzuki, Ian D. Rotherham

    Urban Forestry & Urban Greening   60 ( 126997 )   2021.01  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

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  • 関東地方の放棄二次林における林床と竹林の管理が地表性甲虫類の生息数に及ぼす影響

    大浦 一将, 藤井 響市, 中島 宏昭, 鈴木 貢次郎

    ランドスケープ研究   83 ( 5 ) 743 - 748   2020.05

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    In secondary forests that have been abandoned, clear-cutting bamboo and thinning increase the species diversity of forest
    floor plants. However, the effects on ground beetles have not been sufficiently studied. In this study, we set up survey traps at four
    areas: Sasa (Pleioblastus chino) mowing area, Sasa standing area, bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis) clear-cutting area, and bamboo
    standing area in Tama hill, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. A total of 80 traps were set up to capture ground beetles: 10 traps in each
    area with two replicates. The number of species was greater in the case of management in the Sasa mowing area and bamboo clearcutting area than in the case of no management in the Sasa standing area and bamboo standing area. In particular, the number of
    ground beetles was higher in the Sasa mowing area than in the Sasa standing area, bamboo clear-cutting area, and bamboo standing
    area. The ground beetles belonging to Pterididae were the most common, and the most common species were Carabus insulicola,
    Synuchus cycloderu, and Pterostichus yoritomus. In particular, C. insulicola comprised over 90% of the total ground beetles
    collected from the Sasa mowing area, suggesting that this beetle can be used as an indicator of biodiversity in an abandoned
    secondary forest.

  • ウラジロガシとシラカシの生育土壌条件(物理性)

    藤村大,厚川亮介,鈴木貢次郎

    樹木医学研究   24 ( 2 ) 94 - 95   2020.04

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

  • スダジイ(Castanopsis sieboldii)の生育に及ぼす土壌の物理性と化学性

    松永佳子,丸橋佳織里,鈴木貢次郎

    樹木医学研究   24 ( 2 ) 128 - 129   2020.04

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

  • Effects of four fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphoric, potassium and lime) on the growth of Cinnamomum camphora

    Ryosuke Atsukawa, Kaori Marubashi, YUmiko Kanazawa, Kojiro Suzuki

    Trees ans Forest Health   24 ( 2 ) 118 - 119   2020.04

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • Landscape Architecutre of Tokyo University of Agriculture, JAPAN (共著)

    高橋新平監修 (Part: Joint Work )

    東京農業大学出版会  2015.08 ISBN: 978-4-88694-451-1

  • Seedling :Ecology, Growth and Environmental influences; Environmental Conditions after Seed Dispersal of Spring Ephemeral Species at the Floor of Deciduous, Broad-Leaved Forests (共著)

    Editors: Carlos Alberto Busso (Part: Joint Work )

    NOVA Publishers  2013.04 ISBN: 978-1-62618-653-8