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Komine Hirotaka

Komine Hirotaka
Affiliation and department:
Job title: tenure track Assistant Professor
Research field  (1): Ecology and environmental science
Research keywords  (12): Human-wildlife relationship ,  Eco-Epidemiology ,  Tick-host relationship ,  Tick-borne infectious disease ,  island biogeography ,  Invasive toad ,  Rapid adaptive response ,  Amami Islands ,  Frog ,  Invasive mongoose ,  Evolutionary Ecology ,  Conservation Biology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (7):
  • 2021 - 感染リスクと生物多様性:都市化傾度による希釈効果仮説の検証
  • 2019 - 2020 Rapid adaptive change of wildlife to island environment -Examination by invasive cane toad-
  • 2017 - 2018 Rapid ecological character displacement in native species induced by invasive competitor
  • 2015 - 2018 奄美大島における、外来マングースに対する在来種の急速な進化とその波及効果の解明
  • 2014 - 2015 奄美大島及び徳之島における絶滅危惧種アマミハナサキガエルの保全生態学的 研究
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Papers (14):
  • WATARI, Y, KOMINE, H, ANGULO, E, DIAGNE, C, BALLESTEROS-MEJIA, L, COURCHAMP, F. First synthesis of the economic costs of biological invasions in Japan. NeoBiota. 2021. accepted
  • Hirotaka Komine, Noriko Iwai, Koichi Kaji. Rapid responses in morphology and performance of native frogs induced by predation pressure from invasive mongooses. Biological Invasions. 2021. in press
  • Hirotaka Komine, Bruna Elisa Trentin. Temporal changes in number of breeding individuals of the Amami tip-nosed frog. Current herpetology. 2020. 39. 1. 13-18
  • Hirotaka Komine. ODORRANA AMAMIENSIS (Amami Tip-nosed Frog). PREDATION. Herpetological Review. 2020. 51. 2. 301
  • ODORRANA AMAMIENSIS (Amami Tip-nosed Frog) and ODORRANA SPLENDIDA (Amami Ishikawa’s Frog). INTERSPECIFIC AMPLEXUS. Herpetological Review. 2020. 51. 1. 100
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Lectures and oral presentations  (14):
  • Tick-host-land use at SFTS epidemic area
    (68th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Okayama, 2021, March) 2021)
  • Rapid morphological change to the insular environment of invasive cane toad
    (67th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan (Nagoya, 2020, March) 2020)
  • Rapid morphological change to the urban environment of invasive toad in Australia 都市環境への急速な形態変化_オーストラリアの外来オオヒキガエルでの検証
    (The 66th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2019)
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    (The 65th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2018)
  • Possibility of intergeneric ecological character displacement in Amami tip-nosed frog
    (The 64st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2017)
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Education (3):
  • 2015 - 2019 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
  • 2013 - 2015 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
  • 2009 - 2013 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Professional career (1):
  • Ph. D. (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
Work history (6):
  • 2021/05 - 現在 Yamagata University Faculty of Agriculture tenure track Assistant Professor
  • 2020/05 - 2021/04 Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute Department of Wildlife Biology Research fellow
  • 2019/04 - 2020/04 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Institute of Global Innovation Research Research Fellow
  • 2019/12 - 2020/03 James Cook University visiting researcher
  • 2017/10 - 2018/04 James Cook University visiting researcher
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Awards (8):
  • 2020/03 - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Scientific study student award
  • 2019/03 - Ecological Society of Japan The 66th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan, English presentation award, Excellent Award
  • 2017/04 - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Scientific study student award
  • 2016/03 - Ecological Society of Japan Excellent Award
  • 2015/11 - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Exemption award of tuition fees for excellent achieving student
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Association Membership(s) (2):
THE ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  Herpetological Society of Japan
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