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TAKAMURA Noriko
Fellow
Last Update:2015/04/08
Researcher Name TAKAMURA Noriko
Div (Section) name/title Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies(Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies)/Fellow
Tel +81-29-850-2471
E-mail noriko-t (*add @nies.go.jp)
Research Subject Conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in freshwaters
Researh Interests Studies on lake and pond managements for their sustainability and biodiversity conservation
Studies on lake or pond restoration
Degree(s) phD
Professional Qualification(s) lisence of boat driving
Academic Speciality Field Biology
Environmental Speciality Field water environment,biodiversity conservation,ecosystem management
Keyword(s) ecosystem management,lake conservation,biodiversity monitoring,lake restoration,plankton monitoring
Membership of Academic Society The Japanese Society of Limnology,Ecological Society of Japan,Ecology and Civil Engineering Society (ECES)

Research Subject (View all list click here)
1115FP050 : Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies
1518CD002 : Establishment and application to lake ecosystem of next generation monitoring system
1115BA003 : Evaluation of biodiversity loss in lakes and ponds
1515AQ001 : Elucidating the psychological process of individuals on environment-conscious behavior
1115AP090 : Monitoring projects and database management of biodiversity and ecosystem
1515AQ003 : Diversity of intestinal bacterial community in freshwater fish
1515AQ005 : Estimation and change prediction of spatial distribution in amphibians and reptiles living in ecotones
Research Result(Latest five records)
Publication
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Natsumeda T., Takamura N., Nakagawa M., Kadono Y., Tanaka T., Mitsuhashi H. (2015) Environmental and biotic characteristics to discriminate farm ponds with and without exotic largemouth bass and bluegill in western Japan. Limnology, 16, 139-148

Kizuka T., Akasaka M., Kadoya T., Takamura N. (2014) Visibility from Roads Predict the Distribution of Invasive Fishes in Agricultural Ponds. PLoS ONE, 9 (6), e99709

Takamura N. (2014) Developing a Regional Network of Biodiviersity Observation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Achievements and Challenges of AP BON. An Integrated Indicator of Biodiversity in Agricultural Ponds: Definition and Validation. In: Shin-Ichi Nakano, Tetsukazu Yahara, Tohru Nakashizuka, Asia-Pacific Biodiversity Observation Network: Integrative Observations and Assessments, Springer Japan, 3-28 295-310

Nishihiro J., Akasaka M., Ogawa M., Takamura N. (2014) Aquatic vascular plants in Japanese lakes. Ecological Research, 29 (3), 369

Azuma N., Okano T., Tamaoki M., Nakajima N., Takamura N., Yokohata Y., Shindo J., Onuma M. (2013) Isolation and characterization of 25 polymorphic microsatellites of the large Japanese wood mouse (Apodemus speciosus). Conservation Genet Resour, 5 (2)
Presentation
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Takamura N., Ishida S., Kadoya T., Takenaka A., Akasaka M., Shimada M., Kadono Y. (2013) THE ROLE OF IRRIGATION PONDS IN FRESHWATER BIODIVERSITY AND THEIR CONSERVATION IN JAPAN. 32nd Congress of the International Society of Limnology, Abstracts, 82

Kizuka T., Akasaka M., Kadoya T., Takamura N. (2013) Visibility as a predictor of distribution patterns of invasive fish species in agricultural ponds. 32nd Congress of the International Society of Limnology, Programme & Book of abstracts, 179

Takamura N. (2013) Observations of freshwater biodiversity in Japan, China, and SE Asian countries.. The 6th GEOSS Asia-Pacific Syposium, -

Yamada K., Hori M., Yamakita T., Nakaoka M., Takamura N. (2012) Changes by tsunami disaster in macrofaunal community structures of seagrass ecosystems along the northeastern coast of Japan. The 1st Asian Marine Biology Symposium, Abstracts, 40

Takamura N., Kizuka T., Sakuno Y., Ishida S., Kadoya T., Akasaka M. (2012) Assessment of biodiversity in irrigation ponds as refugia for aquatic organisms. International Workshop on Freshwater Biodiversity Conservation in Asia (Nov. 26-27th, 2012), Abstracts





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