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Enari Hiroto

エナリ ヒロト | Enari Hiroto
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assocaite Professor
Other affiliations (1):
  • Iwate University  The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences   Assocaite Professor
Homepage URL  (2): https://sites.google.com/view/hirotoenari/https://sites.google.com/view/hirotoenari/english
Research field  (3): Biodiversity and systematics ,  Ecology and environmental science ,  Biological resource conservation
Research keywords  (19): biological interaction ,  wildlife management ,  Shirakami Mountains ,  Japanese macaque ,  human dimension ,  landscape ecology ,  animal ecology ,  cold adaptation ,  food habits ,  seed dispersal ,  heavy snow ,  mammalogy ,  depopulation ,  GIS ,  habitat evaluation ,  passive acoustic monitoring ,  dung beetle ,  Asahi mountains ,  Cervus nippon
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2014 - 2018 Evaluating the influences of population recoveries of large-sized mammals on local ecosystem process and human society
  • 2015 - 2017 Proposal for wildlife damage monitoring and management to prevent hollowing-out of rural society
  • 2011 - 2013 Influence of population recovery of Japanese macaque populations on biological interactions in cool-temperate forests
Papers (37):
  • Enari H. Human-macaque conflicts in shrinking communities: recent achievements and challenges in problem solving in modern Japan. Mammal Study. 2021. accepted
  • Sakurai R, Tsunoda H, Enari H, Siemer W, Uehara T, Stedman R. Factors affecting attitudes toward reintroduction of wolves in Japan. Global Ecology and Conservation. 2020. 22. e01036
  • Hiroto Enari, Haruka S. Enari. Evaluating mammal assemblages in undisturbed beech forests with camera traps: A case study in the Shirakami Mountains, northern Japan. 2020. accepted
  • Tsunoda H, Enari H. A strategy for wildlife management in depopulating rural areas of Japan. Conservation Biology. 2020. in press
  • Enari H, Enari HS. Efficacy of voice trap to realize lag-phase management of sika deer population. Mammalian Science. 2020. 60. 1. 75-84
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MISC (4):
  • Yokohata Y, Yamazaki Y, Tamate H, Enari H, Murase K, Nakatani J. On the “Going up north” of wildboars and sika deer. Mammalian Science. 2018. 58. 1. 79-81
  • Hiroto Enari, Yamato Tsuji, Yosuke Otani, Masaaki Takiguchi, Katsuya Suzuki. New attempts of macaque management: rethinking the relationship between science and society. Mammalian Science. 2018. 58. 1. 121-122
  • Suzuki Katsuya, Enari Hiroto, Uno Takeharu, Seino Hironori, Takiguchi Masaaki, Morimitsu Yoshiki, Yamabata Naoto. Thinking about units and criteria of local populations for Japanese macaque protection and management. Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science). 2017. 57. 1. 165-166
  • ENARI Hiroto. Establishing a better relationship with science and society thorough successive fieldworks in the Shirakami Mountains, Japan. Mammalian Science. 2016. 56. 2. 273-275
Books (3):
  • High Altitude Primates (Grow N, Gursky-Doyen S, Krztn A, eds.)
    Springer 2014 ISBN:9781461481744
  • Wolves: Biology, Behavior and Conservation (Maia A, Crussi HF, eds.)
    Nova Science Publishers 2012 ISBN:1621009165
  • Science report: Habitat restoration of Japanese monkeys in Shirakami Mountains
    2010
Lectures and oral presentations  (20):
  • Habitat selections of raccoons and masked palm civets in Yamagata Pref. using their scratches
    (2019)
  • The Potential of Knowledge Creation in the Period of Instability for Wildlife and Human Society: From Open Data Production and Sharing
    (2019)
  • Relationships between sighting locations of Asiatic black bears and environmental and social factors in Yamagata
    (2019)
  • Voice traps are more effective than camera traps to detect deer and primates
    (Ecological Society of Japan 2019)
  • Evaluation of Macaque Management Policy in Japan
    (Pathways Europe 2018 2018)
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Education (2):
  • 2004 - 2007 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology United Graduate School of Argricultural Sciences Resource and Environmental Sciences
  • 1998 - 2002 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Faculty of Agriculture
Professional career (2):
  • Master (Agriculture) (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
  • Doctor (Agriculture) (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
Work history (4):
  • 2013/10 - 現在 Iwate University Associate Professor
  • 2013/04 - 現在 Yamagata Uinversity Associate Professor
  • 2009/12 - 2013/03 Utsunomiya University Assistant Professor
  • 2007/04 - 2009/12 Kyoto University Research Fellowship for Young Scientists, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Awards (4):
  • 2015/07 - The Mammal Society of Japan Incentive award Ecology and management of Japanese macaques in heavy snowy areas
  • 2015/07 - Primate Society of Japan Takashima Award
  • 2013/03 - The Japanese Forest Society Journal of Forest Research Award 2013 Assessing the diversity of dung beetle assemblages utilizing Japanese monkey feces in cool-temperate forests
  • 2005/10 - Wildlife Conservation Society Academic award
Association Membership(s) (6):
PRIMATE SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  THE TOHOKU SOCIETY OF FOREST SCIENCE ,  The Mammalogical Society of Japan ,  The Wildlife Society ,  The Ecological Society of Japan ,  Wildlife Conservation Society
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