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References related to lectures and field trips (参考文献)






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

[ Book | Conservation ecology | Global warming | Effects of ultraviolet on ecosystems ]
[ Plant taxonomy | morphology | systematics ]
[ Link | References in Japanese (日本語)| References written by Tsuyuzaki's lab English, and Japanese (日本語)| Classic ]

(*: comprehensive issue, TJ: translated into Japanese. J: in Japanese)

(Text)books


  • Allen MF. 1991. The ecology of mycorrhizae. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (TJ)
  • Barrow CJ. 1991. Land degradation. Development and breakdown of terrestrial enironments. Cambridge University Press, Cambrige
  • Baskin CC, Baskin JM. 1998. Seeds. Ecology, biogeography, and evolution of dormancy and germination. Academic Press, San Diego
  • Baskin Y. 1995. Ecosystem function of biodiversity. BioScience 44: 657-660. Princeton, NJ. see pp 98-135 & 146-166*
  • Begon M, Harper JL, Townsend CR. 1996. Ecology. Individuals, populations and communities. (3rd edn.). Blackwell Science, London *
  • Box EO. 1981. Macroclimate and plant forms: An introduction to predictive modelling in phytogeography. Junk, The Hauge
  • Burroguh PA. 1986. Principles of geographical information systems for land resources assessment. Oxford University Press, New York (TJ)
  • Chisholm A, Dumsday R. (eds.) 1987. Land degradation: problems and policies. Cambridge University Press, London
  • Crawley MJ. (ed.) 1986. Plant Ecology. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford
  • Dunster J, Dunster K. 1996. Dictionary of natural resources management. UBC Press, Vancouver
  • Ehrlich PR, Ehrlich AH. 1981. Extinction. The causes and consequences of the disappearance of species. Random House
  • Forman RTT. 1995. Land mosaics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge *
  • Forman RTT, Godron M. 1986. Landscape ecology. John Wiley, New York *
  • Glenn-Levin DC, Peet RK, Veblen TT. 1992. Plant succession. Theory and prediction. Chapman & Hall, London
    • Urban DL, Shugart HH. Chapter 7. Individual-based models of forest succession. 249-292 pp
  • Gore A. 2006. An inconvenient truth: The planetary Emergency of global warming and what we can do about it (revised version). Viking Books. pp. 192
  • Gore A.. 2017. An inconvenient sequel: Truth to power. Rodale Press, New York
  • Fitter AH, Hay RK. 1981. Environmental physiology of plants. Academic Press, Inc. 植物の成長と分化(植物の環境と生理. 太田安定ら訳, 学会出版センター) *
  • Hale WG, Margham JP. 1991. Dictionary of Biology. Harper-Collins Publishers, New York
  • Hillel D. 2008. Soil in the environment. Crucible of terrestrial life. Elsevier
  • Hubbell SP. 2001. The unified neutral theory of biodiversity and biogeography. Princeton University Presss, Princeton
  • Huston MA. 1994. Biological diversity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Huxhold WE, Levinsohn AG. 1995. Managing geographic information system projects. Oxford University Press, New York. pp 247
  • Hayek LC, Buzaz MA. 1997. Surveying natural populations. Columbia University Press, New York
  • Johnson EA. 1992. Fire and vegetation dynamics. Studies from the North American boreal forest. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Jordan WR, Gilpin ME, Aber JD. 1990. Restoration ecology: A synthetic approach to ecological research. Cambridge University Press, London. pp. 352
  • Keddy PA. 2010. Wetland Ecology: Principles and Conservation (2nd edition). Cambridge University Press
  • Keddy PA 2017. Plant ecology. Origins, processes, consequences. (2nd edition). Cambridge University Press, London. pp. 604*
  • Kent M, Coker P. 1992. Vegetation description and analysis: A practical approach. CRC Press, Boca Ration *
  • Klinka K, Krajina VJ, Ceska A, Scagel AM. 1989. Indicator plants of coastal British Columbia. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver
  • MA (Millenium Ecosystem Assessment). 2005. Ecosystems and human well-being: synthesis. Island Press
  • MacArthur RH. 1972. Geographical ecology: patterns in the distribution of species. Harper & Row, New York
  • Miles J, Walton DWH (eds). 1993. Primary succession on land. Blackwell Scientific Publications, London
  • Morrison RT, Boyd RN. 1992. Organic chemistry (6th edn). Prentice Hall, Englewood, NJ. 129 pp.*
  • Naveh Z, Lieberman AS. 1984. Landscape ecology. Theory and application. Springer-Verlag, New York
  • Odum EP. 1989. Ecology and our endangered life-support systems. Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers, Sunderland, MA, pp. 283
  • Oliver CD, Larson BC. 1990. Forest stand dynamics. McGraw-Hill Inc, New York
  • Orloci L, Kenkel NC. 1987. Data analysis in population and community ecology. University of Hawaii, Honolulu & New Mexico State Univeristy, Las Cruces
  • Passmore J. 1980. Man's responsibility for nature (2nd ed.). Ecological problems and Western traditions. Duckworth, London. 227p.
  • Peterson DL, Parker VT (eds.). 1998. Ecological scale. Theory and applications. Columbia University Press, New York
  • Pianka ER. 1978. Evolutionary ecology (2nd edition). Harper & Row, New York (伊藤壽昭監訳. 進化生態学 第2版, 蒼樹書房)
  • Pickett STA, White PS (eds). 1985. The ecology of natural disturbance and patch dynamics. Academic Press, New York
  • Smith SE, Read DJ. 1997. Mycorrhizal symbiosis (2nd edition). Academic Press, London. 605 pp.
  • Smith MJD, Goodchild MF, Longley PA. 2007. Geospatial analysis: a comprehensive guide to principles, Techniques and software tools, 2nd edn. Winchelsea Press, Matador, UK (ISBN-13: 978-1906221980)
  • Tilman D. 1988. Plant strategies and the dynamics and structure of plant communities. Princeton Univ Press
  • Townsend CR, Harper JL, Begon M. 2000. Essentials of ecology. Blackwell Science, Boston
  • Walker LR (ed.). 1999. Ecosystems of disturbed ground. Ecosystems of the world 16. Elsevier, Amsterdam
  • Wetzel RG, Likens GE. 2000. Limnological analysis (3rd edn). Springer. pp. 429 *
  • Werger MJA, van der Aart PJM, During HJ, Verhoeven JTA. 1988. Plant form and vegetation structure. SPB Academic Pub., the Hague, 356 pp.
  • Walker LR, Walker J, Hobbs RJ (eds.) 2007. Linking Restoration and Ecological Succession (Springer Series on Environmental Management). Springer. 188 pp.
  • Wilson EO, Peter FM (eds). 1988. Biodiversity. National Academic Press, Washington DC

Statistics (textbooks and articles)

  • Andrews DF. 1972. Plots of high dimensional data. Biometrics 28: 125-136
  • Box GEP, Jenkins GM. 1976. Time series analysis: Forecasting and control. San Francisco: Holden-Day
  • Clifford HT, Stephenson W. 1975. An introduction to numerical classification. Academic Press, NY
  • D'Agostino RB. 1986. Tests for the normal distribution. In: RB D'Agostino & MA Stephens, (eds.), Goodness-of-fit techniques. Marcel Dekker, NY. pp. 367-419
  • Efron B. 1979. Bootstrap methods: another look at the jackknife. Annals of Statistics 7: 1-26
  • Fehmi JS, Bartolome JW. 2001. A grid-based method for sampling and analysing spatially ambiguous plants. Journal of Vegetation Science 12: 467-472
  • Gauch HG. 1982. Multivariate analysis in community ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Finney DJ. 1997. Support and illuminaiton. Drug Infomation Journal 31: 43-48
  • Fisher RA. 1936. The use of multiple measurements in taxonomic problems. Annals of Eugenics 7: 179-188
  • Gelman A, Carlin JB, Stern HS, Rubin DB. 1995. Bayesian Data Analysis. Chapman & Hall, London
  • Glass GV. 1976. Primary, secondary and meta-analysis of research. Educational Researcher 10: 3-8
  • Hall P, Wilson SR. 1991. Two guidelines for bootstrap hypothesis testing. Biometrics. 47: 757-762
  • Johnson DH. 1999. The insignificance of statistical significance testing. Journal of Wildlife Management. 63: 763-772
  • Jongman RHG, ter Braak CJF, van Tongeren OFR. 1995. Data analysis in community and landscape ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

  • Journel A, Huijbregts Ch. 1978. Mining geostatistics. Academic Press, London. pp. 600
  • Kershaw KA, Looney JHH. 1985. Quantitative and dynamic plant ecology. Edward Arnold, Baltimore
  • Koricheva J, Gurevitch J & Mengersen K. 2013, Handbook of meta-analysis in ecology and evolution. Princeton University Press, Princeton
  • Krebs CJ. 1998. Ecological methodology. (2nd edn.). Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco
  • Krebs CJ. 2008. Ecology: The experimental analysis of distribution and abundance (6th edn.). Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco*
  • Legendre P, Legendre L. 1998. Numerical ecology (2nd edn.). Elsevier, Amsterdam
  • Lowe JC, Moryadas S. 1975. The geography of movement. Houghton Miffin, Boston
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  • Müler-Dombois D, Ellenerg H. 1974. Aims and methods of vegetation ecology. John Wiley & Sons, New York *
  • Pielou EC. 1984. The interpretation of ecological data, a primer on classification and ordination. John Wiley. NY
  • Simon JL. 1997. Resampling: the new statistics, 2nd edn. Resampling Stats, Inc., Arlington, VA
  • Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. 1995. Biometry: the principles and practice of statistics in biological research (3rd ed). WH Freeman Company, San Francisco. pp. 887

  • Spjotvoll E, Stoline MR. 1973. An extension of the T-method of multiple comparison to include the cases with unequal sample sizes. Journal of the American Statistical Association 68: 976-978
  • Tanaka Y, Mori Y. 1997. Principal component analysis based on a subset of variables: Variable selection and sensitivity analysis. American Journal of Mathematics and Management Sciences 17: 61-89
  • ter Braak CJF, Smilauer P. 2002. CANOCO reference manual and CanoDraw for Windows user's guide. Software for canonical community ordination (version 4.5). Microcomputer Power, Ithaca, NY
  • Vacha-Haase T, Thompson B. 2004. How to estimate and interpret various effect sizes. Journal of Counseling Psychology 51: 473-481
  • Viechtbauer W. 2010. Conducting meta-analyses in R with the metafor. Journal of Statistical Software 36: Issue 3. 1-48
  • Walker SH, Duncan DB. 1967. Estimation of the probability of an event as a function of several independent variables. Biometrika 54: 167-179
  • Watson JD, Baker TA, Bell SP, Gann A, Levine M, Losick R. 2013. Molecular biology of the gene (7th edn). WA Benjamin Inc, NY*
  • Williams BK. 1983. Some observations on the use of discriminant analysis in Ecology. Ecology 64: 1283-1291
  • Winer BJ. 1971. Statistical principles in experimental design (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill, NY
  • Young LC 1941. On randomness in ordered sequences. Annals of Mathematical Statistics 12: 293-300
  • Zar JH. 1999. Biostatistical analysis (4th edn). Pearson, Cambridge, UK. pp. 912
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Selected Papers


Mainly for Conservation Ecology


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  • Antos JA, Zobel DB. 1985. Plant form, developmental plasticity, and survival following burial by volcanic tephra. Canadian Journal of Botany 63: 2083-2090
  • Antos JA, Zobel DB. 1985. Upward movement of underground plant parts into deposits of tephra from Mount St. Helens. Canadian Journal of Botany 63: 2091-2096
  • Aselman I, Crutzen PJ. 1989. Global distribution of natural freshwater wetlands and rice paddies, their net primary productivity, seasonality and possible methane emissions. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry 8: 307-358
  • Bakker JP, Olff H, Willems JH, Zobel M. 1996. Why do we need permanent plots in the study of long-term vegetation dynamics? Journal of Vegetation Science 7: 147-156
  • Benscoter BW, Witt DH, Wieder RK. 2005. Association of postfire peat accumulation and microtopography in boreal bogs. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35: 2188-2193
  • Bertness MD. 1988. Peat accumulation and the success of marsh plants. Ecology 69: 703-713
  • Black AD, Moot DJ, Lucas RJ. 2006. Development and growth characteristics of Caucasian and white clover seedlings, compared with perennial ryegrass. Grass and Forage Science 61: 442-453
  • Boegh E, Soegaard H, Broge N, Hasager CB, Jensen NO, Schelde K, and others. 2002. Airborne multispectral data for quantifying leaf area index, nitrogen concentration, and photosynthetic efficiency in agriculture. Remote Sensing of Environment 81: 179−193
  • Borer ET et al. 2016. Herbivores and nutrients control grassland plant diversity via light limitation. Nature 531: 517-520
  • Bornkamm R. 1981. Rates of change in vegetation during secondary succession. Vegetatio 47: 213-212
  • Boulangeat1 I, Philippe P, Abdulhak S, Douzet R, Garraud L, Lavergne S, Lavorel1 S, Van Es J, Vittoz P, Thuiller W. 2012. Improving plant functional groups for dynamic models of biodiversity: at the crossroads between functional and community ecology. Global Change Biology 18: 3464-3475
  • Bowen GW, Burgess RL. 1981. A quantitative analysis of forest island pattern in selected Ohio landscapes. Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Environmental Science Division, Publication ORNLTM-7759. pp. 111
  • Bulla L. 1994. An index of evenness and its associated diversity measure. Oikos 70: 167-171
  • Carlquist S. 1967. Thye biota of long-distance dispersal. V. Pland dispersal to Pacific Islands. Bulletin of Torrey Botanical Club 94: 129-162
  • Carleton TJ, Stitt RH, Nieppola J. 1996. Constrained indicator species analysis (COINSPAN): an extension of TWINSPAN. Journal of Vegetation Science 7: 125-130
  • Castro J, Zamora R, Hodar J, Gomez JM. 2002. Use of shrubs as nurse plants: a new technique for reforestation in Mediterranean mountains. Restoration Ecology 10: 297-305
  • Charbot BF, Hicks DJ. 1982. The ecology of leaf life spans. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 13: 229-259
  • Cavers PB. 1983. Seed demography. Canadian Journal of Botany 61: 3578-3590
  • Chai X. 1980. Peat in China. Proceedings of International Peat Congress 6: 16-20
  • Clarkson BD. 1990. A review of vegetation development following recent (< 450 years) volcanic disturbance in North Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 14: 59-71
  • Collins S. 1995. The measurement of stability in grasslands. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 95-96
  • Colwell RK, Futuyuma ER. 1971. On the measurement of niche breadth and overlap. Ecology 52: 567-576
  • Commoner B. 1971. The closing circle: nature, man, and technology. Knopf
  • Cook R. 1989. The biology of seeds in the soil. In: Demography and evolution in plant population, Ed. Solbrig, OT, Blackwell. pp. 107-129
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  • del Moral R. 1993. Mechanisms of primary succession on volcanoes: A view from Mount St. Helens. In: Primary succession on land. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford. pp. 79-100
  • del Moral R, Grishin S-Yu. 1999. Volcanic disturbances and ecosystem recovery. In: Ecosystems of the world. 16. Ecosystems of disturbed ground. Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp. 137-160
  • Delcourt HR, Delcourt PA, Webb III T. 1983. Dynamic plant ecology: the spectrum of vegetational change in space and time. Quaternary Science Review 1: 153-175
  • Diamond JM. 1975. Assembly of species communities. In: Ecology and Evolution of Communities. Harvard University Press. pp. 342-444
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  • Esbjerg P, Petersen BS. 2002. Effects of reduced pesticide use on flora and fauna in agricultural fields. Pesticides Research 58: 1-203
  • Fattorini S. 2015. On the concept of chorotype. Journal of Biogeography 42: 2246-2251
  • Feisinger P, Spears EE, Poole W. 1981. A simple measure of niche breadth. Ecology 62: 27-32
  • Finegan B. 1984. Forest succession. Nature 312:109-114
  • Frank DA, McNaughton SJ. 1991. Stability increases with diversity in plant communities: empirical evidence from the 1988 Yellowstone drought. Oikos 62: 360-362
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  • Forman RTT. 1964. Growth under controlled conditions to explain the hierarchical distributions of a moss, Tetraphis pellucida. Ecological Monographs 34: 1-25
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  • Fukushima Y. 1988. A model of river flow forecasting for a small forested mountain catchment. Journal of Hydrological Processes 2: 167-185
  • Gao X, Huete AR, Ni W, Miura T. 2000. Optical–biophysical relationships of vegetation spectra without background contamination. Remote Sensing of Environment 74: 609–620
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  • Gleason HA. 1922. On the relation between species and area. Ecology 3: 158-162
  • Gomez-Aparicio L. 2009. The role of plant interactions in the restoration of degraded ecosystems: a meta-analysis across life-forms and ecosystems. Journal of Ecology 97: 1202-1214
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  • Groves RH, Williams JD. 1975. Growth of skelton weed (Chondrilla juncea L.) as affected by growth of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.) and infection by Puccinia chondrillina Bubak & Syd. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26: 975-983
  • Grishin S-Y. 1995. The boreal forests of north-eastern Siberia. Vegetatio 121: 11-21
  • Guo Q-F, Rundel PW. 1997. Measuring dominance and diversity in ecological communities: choosing the right variables. Journal of Vegetation Scinece 8: 405-408
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  • Harris JM, Bodhaine BA (eds). 1983. Summary report 1982, geogphysical monitoring for climatic change. Environmental Research Laboratories/NOAA, USDC, Washington DC
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  • Harvorson JJ, Smith JL, Franz EH. 1991. Lupine influence on soil carbon, nitrogen and microbial activity in developing ecosystem at Mount St. Helens. Oecologia 87: 162-170
  • Hasnat MM, Hoque MS. 2016. Developing satellite towns: A solution to housing problem or creation of new problems. IACSIT International Journal of Engineering and Technology 8: 50-56
  • Hautier Y, Niklaus PA, Hector A. 2009. Competition for light causes plant biodiversity loss after eutrophication. Science 324: 636-638
  • Hegde SG, Ganeshaiah KN. 1992. Seed size distribution in plants: an explanation based on fractal geometry. Oikos 62: 100-101
  • Heip CHR, Herman PMJ, Soetaert K. 1998. Indices of diversity and evenness. Océanis 24: 61-87
  • Hill MO. 1979. TWINSPAN - A FORTRAN program for arranging multivariate data in an ordered two-way table by classification of the individuals and attributes. Section of Ecology and Systematics, Cornell University, Ithaca. pp. 1-49
  • Hill MO. 1979. DECORANA - A FORTRAN program for detrended correspondence analysis and reciprocal averaging. Section of Ecoogy and Systematics, Cornell University, Ithaca. pp. 1-52
  • Hill MO, Šmilauer P. 2005. TWINSPAN for Windows version 2.3. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice
  • Holben BN, Justice CO. 1981. An examination of spectral band ratioing to reduce the topographic effect on remotely sensed data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 2: 115–133
  • Hotes S, Grootjans AP, Takahashi H, Ekschmitt K, Poschlod P. 2010. Resilience and alternative equilibria in a mire plant community after experimental disturbance by volcanic ash. Oikos 119: 952-963
  • Hou H-Y. 1983. The geographical distribution of natural and cultural vegetation in the humid subtropics of China. In: Holzner W, Werger MJA, Ikusima I. (eds) Man's impact on vegetation. Dr W Junk Publishers, the Hague, Boston and London. pp. 277-286.
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  • Hurlbert SL. 1971. The nonconcept of species diversity: a critique and alternative parameters. Ecology 52: 577-586
  • Japanese Society of Geographical Conditions on Forest. 1972. Soil map in Hokkaido
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Environments, including UV


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Geology

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Note: plant taxonomy (植物分類学)

Taxonomy (分類)


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Europe
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Siberia
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China
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Korea
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Japan
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Alaska
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Northwest
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    Comprehensive book
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New Zealand
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Bangladesh
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Animal
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Item-by-item

Plant morphology / anatomy (形態学・解剖学)


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Plant systematics (terms and scientifc names) (用語・学名)


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Scientific name
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  • IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature and National Resources). 1973. A working system for classification of world vegetation. IUCN occasional paper 5. Morges, Switzerland. pp. 23.
Latin
  • Stearn TW. 2004. Botanical Latin. Timber Press, Portland, OR (ISBN 0-8819-2627-2)

Link


Mycology
  • INVAM (International culture collection of (vesicular) arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi)

Classic (古典)


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