Takumi Akasaka
Takumi Akasaka
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Influence of prey variables, food supply, and river restoration on the foraging activity of Daubenton’s bat (Myotis daubentonii) in the Shibetsu River, a large lowland river in …
T Akasaka, D Nakano, F Nakamura
Biological Conservation 142 (7), 1302-1310, 2009
Relative importance of the environmental factors at site and landscape scales for bats along the riparian zone
T Akasaka, M Akasaka, H Yanagawa
Landscape and Ecological Engineering 6 (2), 247-255, 2010
The significance of meander restoration for the hydrogeomorphology and recovery of wetland organisms in the Kushiro River, a lowland river in Japan
F Nakamura, N Ishiyama, M Sueyoshi, JN Negishi, T Akasaka
Restoration ecology 22 (4), 544-554, 2014
Mobility-dependent response of aquatic animal species richness to a wetland network in an agricultural landscape
N Ishiyama, T Akasaka, F Nakamura
Aquatic Sciences 76 (3), 437-449, 2014
Scale-independent significance of river and riparian zones on three sympatric Myotis species in an agricultural landscape
T Akasaka, M Akasaka, F Nakamura
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 15-23, 2012
An RNA-dependent RNA polymerase gene in bat genomes derived from an ancient negative-strand RNA virus
M Horie, Y Kobayashi, T Honda, K Fujino, T Akasaka, C Kohl, G Wibbelt, ...
Scientific reports 6, 25873, 2016
Large wood, sediment, and flow regimes: Their interactions and temporal changes caused by human impacts in Japan
F Nakamura, JI Seo, T Akasaka, FJ Swanson
Geomorphology 279, 176-187, 2017
Urban permeability for birds: an approach combining mobbing-call experiments and circuit theory
A Shimazaki, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, Y Yabuhara, T Akasaka, ...
Urban forestry & urban greening 19, 167-175, 2016
Development of a national land-use/cover dataset to estimate biodiversity and ecosystem services
M Akasaka, A Takenaka, F Ishihama, T Kadoya, M Ogawa, T Osawa, ...
Integrative observations and assessments, 209-229, 2014
Trichopteran fauna of a main channel and an oxbow lake in the Shibetsu River, Hokkaido, northern Japan
D Nakano, N Kuhara, T Akasaka, F Nakamura
Biology of Inland Waters 22, 37-45, 2007
Large wood export regulated by the pattern and intensity of precipitation along a latitudinal gradient in the Japanese archipelago
JI Seo, F Nakamura, T Akasaka, H Ichiyanagi, KW Chun
Water Resources Research 48 (3), 2012
Food sources of Sand Martins Riparia riparia during their breeding season: insights from stable-isotope analysis
D Nakano, T Akasaka, A Kohzu, F Nakamura
Bird Study 54 (1), 142-144, 2007
Time-lagged responses of indicator taxa to temporal landscape changes in agricultural landscapes
S Yamanaka, T Akasaka, Y Yamaura, M Kaneko, F Nakamura
Ecological Indicators 48, 593-598, 2015
Combining energetic profitability and cover effects to evaluate salmonid habitat quality
H Kawai, S Nagayama, H Urabe, T Akasaka, F Nakamura
Environmental biology of fishes 97 (5), 575-586, 2014
Pond area and distance from continuous forests affect amphibian egg distributions in urban green spaces: a case study in Sapporo, Japan
A Fuyuki, Y Yamaura, Y Nakajima, N Ishiyama, T Akasaka, F Nakamura
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13 (2), 397-402, 2014
Abundance and use of cavity trees at the tree-and stand-levels in natural and plantation forests in Hokkaido, Japan
K Kikuchi, T Akasaka, Y Yamaura, F Nakamura
Journal of forest research 18 (5), 389-397, 2013
Predicting Long‐Term Changes in Riparian Bird Communities in Floodplain Landscapes
Y Yabuhara, Y Yamaura, T Akasaka, F Nakamura
River Research and Applications 31 (1), 109-119, 2015
Influence of farmland abandonment on the species composition of wetland ground beetles in Kushiro, Japan
S Yamanaka, T Akasaka, Y Yabuhara, F Nakamura
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 249, 31-37, 2017
The distribution of cool spots as microrefugia in a mountainous area
A Shimokawabe, Y Yamaura, T Akasaka, T Sato, Y Shida, S Yamanaka, ...
PloS one 10 (8), e0135732, 2015
Habitat use by endangered Japanese crayfish (Cambaroides japonicus) in low-gradient streams of southern Hokkaido, Japan: reach and microhabitat-scale analysis
N Ishiyama, S Nagayama, T Akasaka, F Nakamura
Hydrobiologia 686 (1), 257-266, 2012
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