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KADOYA, Taku

 Ph.D., Senior Researcher

Biodiversity Assessment and Projection Section
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies,
National Institute for Environmental Studies

Onogawa 16-2, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki 305-8506, Japan
E-mail: kadoya (add "@nies.go.jp")

Specialties/ Key words

Conservation biology, Spatial ecology/ Biodiversity assessment and projection, Aquatic insects

Original Papers (peer reviewed)

7 representative papers in English

Matsuzaki SS, Kadoya T (in press) Trends and stability of inland fishery resources in Japanese lakes: introduction of exotic piscivores as a driver. Ecological Applications. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-2182.1 

Kadoya T, Takenaka A, Ishihama F, Fujita T, Ogawa M, et al. (2014) Crisis of Japanese Vascular Flora Shown By Quantifying Extinction Risks for 1618 Taxa. PLoS ONE 9(6): e98954. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098954 

Yoshioka A., Akasaka M., Kadoya T. (2014) Spatial prioritization for biodiversity restoration: a simple framework referencing past species distributions. Restoration Ecology. 36. 348-355.
    
Kadoya T., Washitani I. (2011) The Satoyama Index: a biodiversity indicator for agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 140 (1-2), 20-26
    
Kadoya T., Akasaka M., Aoki T., Takamura N. (2011) A proposal of framework to obtain an integrated biodiversity indicator for agricultural ponds incorporating the simultaneous effects of multiple pressures. Ecological Indicators, 11 (5), 1396-1402
    
Kuroe M., Yamaguchi N., Kadoya T., Miyashita T. (2011) Matrix heterogeneity affects population sizes of the harvest mice: Bayesian estimation of matrix resistance and model validation. Oikos, 120 (2), 271-279
    
Kadoya T., Washitani I. (2010) Predicting the rate of range expansion of an invasive alien bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) using a stochastic spatio-temporal model. Biological Conservation, 143 (5), 1228-1235



Review paper since 2009 (peer reviewed)

Kadoya, T. Assessing functional connectivity using empirical data. Population Ecology 51:5-15, 2009.
    

Last updated Jan. 16, 2017