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  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000009558911

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The impact on the Senjogahara ecosystem of extreme run-off events from the river Sakasagawa,Nikko National Park-1-Vegetation and its relationship to flood damage (1986)
  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000009558946

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The impact on the Senjogahara ecosystem of extreme run-off events from the river Sakasagawa,Nikko National Park-2-The correlation of vegetation and environmental disturbance using TWINSPAN and DCA ordination technques (1987)
  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000009559008

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The ecology of a beech forest on Mt.Sanpoiwadake,Hakusan National Park,Japan-1-Braun-Blaquet,TWINSPAN and DCA analysis (1988)
  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000009559022

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Ecology of a beech forest on Mt.Sanpoiwadake,Hakusan National Park,Japan-2-The correlation of the subassociations within the Lindero membranaceae-Fagetum crenatae association and environmental parameters (1988)
  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000009559236

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Impact of Extreme Run-Off Events from the River Sakasagawa on the Senjogahara Ecosystem,Nikko National Park Malus Toringo and Betula platyphylla var.japonica (1991)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000000517974

    Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (1997 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The impact of extreme run-off events from the Sakasagawa river on the Senjogahara ecosystem, Nikko National Park. IV. Changes in tree and understory vegetation distribution patterns from 1982 to 1992 (1997)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000000517982

    Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (1997 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The impact of extreme run-off events from the Sakasagawa river on the Senjogahara ecosystem, Nikko National Park. V. The importance of adventitious root systems for burial tolerance of different tree species (1997)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000002499309

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Experimental Study on the Production Recovery of Moliniopsis japonica after Clipping at Tambara Moor, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (1993)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000002499313

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Seasonal Change of the Biomass in the Moor Vegetation at Tambara, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (1993)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000002499317

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Studies on the Regeneration of Siebold's Beech (Fagus crenata Blume) Forests after Cutting at Tambara Highland, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (II) Comparison of the Regeneration Process among Beech Forests Disturbed to Various Grades (1993)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000002499320

    Articles in CiNii:2

    • Studies on the Regeneration of Siebold's Beech (Fagus crenata Blume) Forests after Cutting at Tambara Highland, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (III) Comparison of the Regeneration Process among Beech Forests Disturbed to Various Grades (1993)
    • Phytosociological Studies on the Siebold's Beech (Fagus crenata BLUME) Forests at Tanbara Highland, Guma Prefecture, Japan (1994)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000002499341

    Articles in CiNii:2

    • Studies on the Vegetation Recovery of Tambara Moor, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (I)--Ecology of Ilex crenata var. paludosa Bush and Its Growth after Cutting One Year (1994)
    • Studies on the Vegetation Recovery of Tambara Moor, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (II)--Change of the Growth and the Composition of Ilex Crenata var. paludosa Community during Two Years after Its Clear Cutting (1995)
  • HUKUSIMA Tukasa ID: 9000002499430

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Relationship between the Floristic Composition and Forest Structure of Beech Forest in Tambara Highlands, Gunma Prefecture, Japan (1997)
  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000267803800

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Phytosociological Studies on the Beech Forest of Mt. Hakusan, Japan, with Particular Reference to the Relation between Vegetation Units and Soil Types (1982)
  • Hukusima Tukasa ID: 9000392033101

    Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Fuchu, Tokyo 183-8509, Japan (2004 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Environmental factors causing geographical differences in the habitat of forb species in Japanese cool temperate forest zone (2004)
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