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投稿者 : kigaku 投稿日時: 2019-09-17 15:20:42 (15 ヒット)
Dear all,


Please fined attached the lecture schedule with starting dates for the next semester and intensive course information.
You can see this information also on our bulletin board 2F.
19 2nd Kigaku class timetable .pdf
19 2nd Kigaku seminar timetable .pdf
Inteisive course.pptx

投稿者 : kigaku 投稿日時: 2019-07-22 13:39:49 (251 ヒット)
起学専攻 学生・教員の皆様
Dear All, 

Attached please find the timetable of the master’s thesis and mid-term presentations on Thursday, July 25th.
The first session starts at 1:00 pm (Venue: D201).Masters thesis presentaiton program 201907.pdf20190725mid-term oral presentation program .pdf


Attendance is mandatory. If you have fair reasons to be absent from the event, please consult your supervisor in advance.

*M1 students who are assigned to help the presentations, please be in D201 10 min. before.
Thank you very much in advance.

Timekeeper, Lighting & Microphone runner:

13:00pm 中川 智裕、張 帥、三部 真優

14:30pm Supe Hitesh Ghanashyam,SELATNI Khadidja,DELOS SANTOS KRISELDA ANNA PARAYNO

伊藤 優子
Yuko Ito
Secretary to the Division of Environ. Science Development
Graduate School of Environ. Science, Hokkaido University

投稿者 : kigaku 投稿日時: 2019-07-12 11:26:04 (195 ヒット)
Dear all,

Huynh Vuong Thu Minhさんと福田 陽一朗さんの環境起学専攻学位論文審査会を下記の要領で行います。皆様のご参加をお願い致します。

Pleased be informed that our Ph. D dissertation defenses of Huynh Vuong Thu Minh & Yoichiro Fukuda will be held as follows.
Everyone is welcome to attend.

? 発表者:Huynh Vuong Thu Minh



論文題目:Assessing effects of dike protection system on rice cropping pattern and water quality in An Giang province, Vietnam
(ベトナム、An Giang省における稲作パターンと水質に対する堤防保護システムの影響の評価)

主査 蔵崎正明、副査 大崎 満先生(名誉教授)、沖野龍文先生、渡邊悌二先生、Ram Avtar先生

? 発表者:福田 陽一朗 Yoichiro Fukuda (環境起学専攻 博士後期課程3年)

日時:2019年8月6日(火) 15時?16時半


論文題目:地理空間モデルを用いた地域バイオマスエネルギー利用システムの評価 (Evaluation of local bioenergy utilization system by using geospatial model)


伊藤 優子

投稿者 : kigaku 投稿日時: 2019-06-18 13:37:52 (298 ヒット)

Dear All,

Please be informed that we are going to have the mid-term oral and poster presentations as follows:

Poster presenters are required to set up before and clean up after the poster presentation as scheduled below:
As asked already, some of MC students are required to help the oral presentation as attached.

Oral presentation20190621mid-term oral presentation program.pdf
June 21st  2019( Fri.) at D201
Presentation Time Slot: Presentation (10 min.) + Q&A (5 min). = 15 min.

Poster presentation
June 21st  2019(Fri.) at D201

The size of the poster board (panel) is 90cm wide by 180cm high.
Poster presenters are making the oral presentations by their potters during the session.

Poster presenters are required to (under Hayakawa sensei’s instruction)
12:30 , come to D201 for preparing panels and setting posters.
(13:00?14:30 Oral presentations )
After oral presentations-14:30 set up the room D201 and panels. (under Hayakawa sensei’s instruction)
14:45-16:15 Poster presentation
16:15- clean up the room and panels (instructed by Ito)

投稿者 : kigaku 投稿日時: 2019-06-04 10:46:45 (215 ヒット)
○研究院アワーのお知らせ (EES seminar)

6月17日17:00 - 18:00 にて環境科学院D101でEESセミナーを行います。

Day and Time: 17 June 2019, 5:00 pm -6:00 pm
Place: D101
Speaker: Charles S. Vairappan (University of Malysia Sabah)


要旨:Habitat degradation caused by landscape change of the existing tropical rainforest due to human activities reduces species richness and diversity. Cascading functional consequences of these anthropogenic changes is poorly understood despite many studies on their impact. An important component of biodiversity loss is the extinction of ecological interactions.
It may stimulate local extinction of dependent and associated taxa leading to the disruption of ecosystem functioning. We investigated the cascading effects of these extinctions across a habitat gradient, focusing on the highly important interaction networks among mammals and dung beetles.
Networks were constructed across a habitat gradient from protected forest, through secondary and recently logged forests to agroforestry, mosaic plantation and oil palm in the UNDP-GEF multi-use project area in south-eastern Sabah. Networks were constructed for nine mammal dung types commonly found within the area: herbivores (1) bali cattle, (2) elephant,
(3) sambar deer; omnivores (1) human, (2) sun bear, (3) civet, (4) pig, (5) orang utan; carnivores (1) cat. Data were acquired to demonstrate how dung beetle ? mammal interaction networks changed across the land-use gradient.
Twelve transects were established across the land use gradient with pitfall traps baited with the different dung types. Although most dung beetle species were found to be fairly generalist across the different dung types, we found reductions in diversity and changes in the composition and abundance of dung beetles across the habitat gradient. There were corresponding changes in network structure across the gradient with a concurrent reduction in the diversity of interactions. This resulted in simplified networks in perturbed systems. This study highlights the importance of species change and their ecological interactions when ecosystems are modified.

Tatsufumi Okino

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