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NameJunko Morimoto
AffiliationHokkaido University
SectionResearch Faculty of Agriculture Fundamental AgriScience Research Forest Science
Job titleassociate professor
DegreePhD(agriculture)

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Associate professor,Graduate school of agriculture at Hokkaido University.
A member of Science Council of Japan (SCJ).
Researcher of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.

Academic Societies
JAPANESE SOCIETY OF REVEGETATION TECHNOLOGY
JAPANESE INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
THE JAPANESE FORESTRY SOCIETY
ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
JAPAN ASSOCIATION FOR LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY

Research Areas

 
  • Forestry / Forest science / 
  • Agriculture / Horticulture/Landscape architecture / 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2012
 - 
Today
Associate professor, Graduate school of agriculture at Hokkaido University
 
Apr 2006
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Mar 2012
Senior lecturer, Graduate school agriculture at Hokkaido University
 
Apr 2004
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Mar 2006
JSPS research fellow, College of bioresource sciences at Nihon University
 
Nov 2003
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Mar 2005
Senior researchers, Keio research institute at SFC of Keio-gijuku University
 
Oct 2003
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Sep 2004
Senior guest scientist, College of bioresource sciences at Nihon University
 
Apr 2001
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Sep 2003
Senior lecturer, Keio-gijuku University
 
Sep 2000
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Mar 2001
Aassistant professor, Keio-gijuku University
 
Apr 2000
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Sep 2000
JSPS research fellow, Graduate school of agriculture at Kyoto University
 

Education

 
Apr 1997
 - 
Mar 2000
Doctoral course, the graduate school of agriculture, Kyoto University
 
Apr 1995
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Mar 1997
Master’s course, the graduate school of agriculture, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Chihiro Haga, Takahiro Inoue, Wataru Hotta, Rei Shibata, Shizuka Hashimoto, Hiroko Kurokawa, Takashi Machimura, Takanori Matsui, Junko Morimoto, Hideaki Shibata
Springer   14(1) 89-106   Jan 2019   [Refereed]
Junko Morimoto, Kosuke Nakagawa, Kohei Takano, Masahiro Aiba, Michio Oguro, Yasuto Furukawa, Yoshio Mishima, Kenta Ogawa, Rui Ito, Tetsuya Takemi, Futoshi Nakamura, Chris J Peterson
Forestry   cpy045    Jan 2019   [Refereed]
Satoshi N. Suzuki, Tomonori Tsunoda, Naoyuki Nishimura, Junko Morimoto, Jun-Ichirou Suzuki
Forest Ecology and Management   432 94-101   Jan 2019   [Refereed]
Junko Morimoto, Junjiro Negishi
Landscape and Ecological Engineering      2019   [Refereed]
Junko Morimoto, Toshihiro Umebayashi, Satoshi Suzuki, Toshiaki Owari, Naoyuki Nishimura, Satoshi Ishibashi, Masato Shibuya, Toshihiko Hara
Landscape and Ecological Engineering      2019   [Refereed]
MORIMOTO, Junko, KUROYANAGI, Akito, URABE, Hajime, SUZUKI, Akira, KIMURA, Koji, MIWA, Tetsuya, SHIDA, Yuichiro, OKA Takao
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   43(1) 324-326   Sep 2017   [Refereed]
KikukoShoyama, Chiho Kamiyama, JunkoMorimoto, Makoto Ooba, Toshiya Okuro
Ecosystem Services   26(B) 316-328   Aug 2017   [Refereed]
Akimi Wakui, Masanao Sueyoshi, Ayuma Shimokawabe, Gaku Kudo, Junko Morimoto, Futoshi Nakamura
Ecological Research   32(2) 183-191   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
Short trip of Nopporo Forest Park in summer- landscape ecology of disturbance and restoration
Junko Morimoto
Landscape Ecology and Management   21(2) 145-146   Dec 2016   [Invited]
Kohei T. Takano, Kosuke Nakagawa, Masahiro Aiba, Michio Oguro, Junko Morimoto, Yasuto Furukawa, Yoshio Mishima, Kenta Ogawa, Rui Ito and Tetsuya Takemi
Hydrological Research Letters   10(4) 132-138   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
Jun Matsubayashi, Ichiro Tayasu, Junko O. Morimoto, and Tsutomu Mano
Canadian Journal of Zoology   94(7) 489-495   2016   [Refereed]
Junko MORIMOTO, Masatoshi SHIBATA, Michiko MURANO, Yuichiro SHIDA
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   42(1) 21-25   Aug 2016   [Refereed]
Jun Matsubayashi, Junko O. Morimoto, Ichiro Tayasu, Tsutomu Mano4, Miyuki Nakajima, Osamu Takahashi, Kyoko Kobayashi & Futoshi Nakamura
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society      Mar 2016   [Refereed]
Empirical modeling of windthrow in Hokkaido by the 2004 typhoon No.18 (T0418): Prediction based on a pseudo-warming experiment for 2076-2100.
29-32   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
Windthrow Risk Assessment in Hokkaido : Effect by the typhoon 18th, 2004
24-28   Mar 2016
Jun Matsubayashi, Junko O. Morimoto, Osamu Takahashi, Ichiro Tayasu, Tsutomu Mano, Kyoko Kobayashi, Futoshi Nakamura
Scientific Reports   5    Mar 2015   [Refereed]
Matsubayashi J, Morimoto J, Mano T, Aryal A, Nakamura F
Ursus   25 87-97   2014   [Refereed]
Miho Morimoto, Junko Morimoto, Yoshiaki Moriya, Futoshi Nakamura
Landscape and Ecological Engineering   9 259-270   2013   [Refereed]
HAMAMOTO Nao, MORIMOTO Junko, MIZUMOTO Emu, MORIMOTO Yukihiro
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   37(1) 3-8   Aug 2011
This study sought to clarify the effect of fire history on the current environment and flowering landscape of rhododendrons using three landscape ecological indices. The fire history was grouped by the frequency of fires and the number of years si...
Morimoto Junko, Morimoto Miho, Nakamura Futoshi
Forest Ecology and Management   261(8) 1353-1361   Apr 2011
All or a part of a sequence of forest practices (i.e., salvage logging, site preparation, planting crop trees, and weeding) has been implemented after natural disturbances for the rapid re-establishment of tree cover. Forest policies in Japan have...
IMANISHI Ayumi, MORIMOTO Junko, SHIBATA Shozo, NAKANISHI Asami, OSAWA Naoya
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   35(1) 158-161   Aug 2009
MORIMOTO Junko, HIRABAYASHI Kento, KATSUNO Takehiko, MORIMOTO Yukihiro
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   71(5) 493-496   2008
We performed trimming shrubs and sweeping up litters in a post-fire secondary forest to develop the skill for conserving the regenerated scrub forest using native Rhododendrons, not depending on forest fires. In results, we found several initial e...
MORIMOTO Junko, KATSUNO Takehiko
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   69(5) 581-586   Mar 2006
We investigated habitat environment and flowering of Rhododendron section Brachycaryx in Hakone mountain area in which they are growing naturally, for the conservation of the natural colonies. R. dilatatum survived in the place where little evergr...
IWATA Tomoko, YOSHIDA Hironobu, MORIMOTO Junko
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   69(5) 483-486   Mar 2006
Conservation of Quercus serrata secondary forests has been recently looked for on the aspects of bio-diversity, citizen's recreation and other effects. A long term's abandonment of appropriate management for Q. serrata forests has increased, howev...
KOMINE Masayuki, MORIMOTO Junko, KATSUNO Takehiko
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   31(1) 21-26   Aug 2005
A planting experiment of Glehnia littoralias was conducted with the aim of the application of it to the rooftop gardening. The growth in 16 treatments combining four types of soil (sand, leaf mold, mixed soil of leaf mold and sand, artificial ligh...
MORIMOTO Junko, INAMOTO Aya, KATSUNO Takehiko
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   68(5) 697-700   Mar 2005
Understanding the ecological features of wetland plants is essential to establish a conservation plan for quickly decreasing wetlands in the suburbs. We analyzed the relationships between environmental factors and the sprouting, the growth, and th...
Junko MORIMOTO, Tomoko KAMICHI, Ibuki MIZUMOTO, Shuzo HASEGAWA, Masashi NOMURA and Tatsuaki KOBAYASHI
Landscape and Ecological Engineering   1(2) 149-156   2005
MORIMOTO Junko, SHIBATA Shozo, HASEGAWA Shuzo
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   29(2) 360-366   Nov 2003
We conducted experiments on seed storage, seeding, and nursing in order to develop the storage and cultivation techniques for local seeds and seedlings of Rhododendron reticulatum and R. macrosepalum grown in secondary forests in Kyoto city. We co...
MORIMOTO Junko
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   67(2) 183-189   Nov 2003
Environmental Impact Assessment Law executed in Japan in 1997 has a special-feature: evaluation of biodiversity in ecosystem, level. However, a standardized methodology has not yet come to an agreement. It would be informative for building a relia...
MORIMOTO Junko, SHIBATA Shozo, HASEGAWA Shuzo
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   29(1) 135-140   Aug 2003
We have tested several types of seedbeds for five years to build up the method for restoring the native Rhododendrons in secondary forests. Our findings are: 1) High germination rate is accomplished when the ground surface that seeds contact canno...
Junko Morimoto
Journal of Geographic Information and Decision Analysis   7(2) 150-162   2003
4(3) 21-26   2003
The subtropical evergreen forest of Yanbaru in the northern district of Okinawa is famous for its treasury of biodiversity. For the most part, biodiversity continues to persist in abundance, especially in the forests inside the US Marine base - Th...
Makino Ayumi, Morimoto Junko, Shibata Shozo, Osawa Naoya, Nakanishi Asami
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   28(1) 286-289   Aug 2002
MORIMOTO Junko, SHIBATA Shozo, HASEGAWA Shuzo, INOUE Fumika
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   25(4) 333-338   May 2000
The experiments of direct seeding, planting pot-seedlings, and transplanting of Rhododendron reticulatum and R. macrosepalum, which are the typical native species of Rhododendron in the secondary forest neighboring Kyoto City, were made in the sec...
Morimoto J., Yoshida H.
Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society   81(3) 203-209   Aug 1999
The mechanism for regulating the number of flowers by resource allocation at the shoot level was investigated in Rhododendron reticulatum. Shoots were separated into four categories according to presence or absence of flower bud and characteristic...
MORIMOTO Junko, YOSHIDA Hironobu
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   62(5) 529-532   Mar 1999
Transition matrices of shoot dynamics of Rhododendron reticulatum were made for each stem growing in different light environments. Their dominant eigenvalues and associated eigenvectors were calculated to estimate the growing rate of the individua...
MORIMOTO Junko, YOSHIKAWA Ken
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   23(4) 228-236   Jun 1998
Two year-old seedlings of Quercus glauca, Quercus serrata and Zelkova serrata were grown in gravel cultures using water solutions. In order to examine the effects of long-term water stress, the osmotic potential of the water solutions were maintai...
MORIMOTO Junko, MARUYAMA Hiroshi, SHIBATA Syozo
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   60(5) 485-488   Mar 1997
Flowering mechanism of Rhododendron reticulatum is analyzed through flower bud ratio, shoot composition, and shoot dynamics. Solar radiation was measured continuously in 1996. In results, 1) Differentiation of flower bud was not occurred in the li...
Nao HAMAMOTO, Junko MORIMOTO, Ryo KOMINAMI, Yukihiro MORIMOTO
Landscape Research Japan Online   7 52-57   May 2014   [Refereed]
Kajihara K, Yamaura Y, Soga M, Furukawa Y, Morimoto J, Nakamura F
Urban Ecosystems.   15 1-12   Sep 2015   [Refereed]
Junko Morimoto, Masatoshi Shibata, Yuichiro Shida, Futoshi Nakamura
Restoration Ecology   25(6) 1005-1014   Nov 2017   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Journal of the Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology   30(4)    May 2005

Books etc

 
Nakamura F. (eds) Biodiversity Conservation Using Umbrella Species.
Morimoto J., Shibata M.
Ecological Research Monographs. Springer, Singapore   2018   ISBN:978-981-10-7203-1

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Seeking microrefugia of Japanese pika: combination of broad-scale species distribution modeling and local-scale habitat measurements
Tomoki Sakiyama, Junko Morimoto, Osamu Watanabe, Nobuyuki Watanabe, Futoshi Nakamura
18th International Boreal Forest Research Association Conference   19 Sep 2018   
The effects of salvage logging after a catastrophic wind disturbance on the wood carbon stock in northern Japan
Junko Morimoto, Toshihiro Umebayashi, Satoshi Suzuki, Toshiaki Owari, Tohru Suzuki, Hideaki Shibata
18th International Boreal Forest Research Association Conference   19 Sep 2018   
森林生態系のレジリエンス〜台風と森林植生〜 [Invited]
森本淳子
ELR 2017名古屋   23 Sep 2017   
農地切り下げ面に再生した湿地植生のポールカメラによるモニタリング
森本淳子・畔柳晶仁・卜部 覚・鈴木 玲・木村浩二・三輪哲哉・志田祐一郎・岡 孝雄
ELR 2017名古屋   23 Sep 2017   
Comparison of susceptibility of artificial forests and natural forests to strong winds in Hokkaido, Japan
Junko Morimoto, Kosuke Nakagawa, Kohei T. Takano, Masahiro Aiba, Michio Oguro, Yasuto Furukawa, Yoshio Mishima, Kenta Ogawa, Rui Ito and Tetsuya Takemi
8th International Conference on Wind and Trees   20 Jul 2017   
遊水地における湿生植物 群落の再生―北海道舞鶴遊水地の事例―
森本 淳子,畔柳 昌仁,志田 祐一郎,矢部 和夫,中村 太士
第64回日本生態学会   16 Mar 2017   
RESTORATION OF WETLAND PLANT COMMUNITIES IN A RETARDING BASIN AS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
J. Morimoto, A. Kuroyanagi, Y. Shida, K. Yabe, F. Nakamura
The 7th International Conference on Landscape and Ecological Engineering   2 Dec 2016   
Fen Restoration in Abandoned Pasture in Northern Japan, Hokkaido.
Junko Morimoto, Masatoshi Shibata, Futoshi Nakamura
The 9th Annual International Association for Landscape Ecology World Congress   7 Jul 2015   
Developing windthrow risk model for plantation management strategy under climate change.
Kosuke Nakagawa, Junko Morimoto, Yoshio Mishima, Yasuto Furukawa1, Kenta Ogawa, Kohei Takano, Masahiro Aiba,Michio Oguro, Teshuya Takemi
The 9th Annual International Association for Landscape Ecology World Congress   6 Jul 2015   
Impacts of salvage logging on water quality, carbon stocks, and vegetation recovery ?some case studies in monsoonal Asia [Invited]
Junko Morimoto, Keitaro Fukushima, Satoshi Suzuki
Disturbance & Salvage Logging Symposium   31 May 2015   
Challenges in Restoring Wetlands from Abandoned pasturelands [Invited]
Junko Morimoto
WinGS International Symposium for Women Scientists 2014   28 Oct 2014   
Spatiotemporal analysis of salmon usage by brown bears (Ursus arctos) in Hokkaido, Japan
Matsubayashi, J., Morimoto, J., Mano, T., Takahas
The 5th EAFES International Congress   18 Mar 2012   
The effect of fire history on a flowering landscape of native rhododendrons
Nao Hamamoto, Emu Mizumoto, Junko Morimoto, Futos
Exploring the Mega-Fire Reality   15 Nov 2011   
Does the regime shift in forest fires lead to a decline in native colonies of rhododendrons?
J Morimoto, E. Mizumoto, N. Hamamoto, Y. Morimoto
Exploring the Mega-Fire Reality   15 Nov 2011   
Environmental features that induce human - brown bear conflicts and validation analysis of protected area
Junko Morimoto, Yoshio Mishima, Kenta Ogawa, Tsut
The 4th EAFES international conference   16 Sep 2010   
Plant diversity after large windfall ―Effects of biological legacy
Junko Morimoto
ASHIAHORCs   18 Jul 2009   
How to recognize a landscape boundary? ? Finding appropriate scale for the ecosystem management ?
TOKIWA, N., MORIMOTO, J., F. NAKAMURA
IALE2007 World Conference   9 Jul 2007   
Natural hybridization of Japanese Rhododendron section Brachycaryx.
MORIMOTO, J., T. KAMICHI, I. MIZUMOTO, NOMURA & T.
the First EAFES International Congress   Oct 2004   
Accounting for watershed biodiversity: An empirical study in Maryland, USA.
Junko MORIMOTO, Matthew A. Wilson, Helena Voinov,
IALE World Congress 2003   2003   
Toward the development of a training module for ecosystem evaluation: an empirical study in Okinawa and idea of a training module.
Junko MORIMOTO
Expert Meeting on the Development of a Field Survey and Geo-Informatics Training Module for Asian NGOs focused on Conservation on Nature in Subtropics   Nov 2002   
Accounting for watershed biodiversity: empirical study of the Northern District of Okinawa, Yanbaru.
Junko MORIMOTO and Hiromichi FUKUI
the VIII INTECOL International Congress of Ecology   2002   
Ecological evaluation of secondary forests by the survival of the native Rhododendrons.
Junko MORIMOTO and Hironobu YOSHIDA
IFLA Eastern Regional Conference   May 2000   
Germination responses of native species of Rhododendron to temperature and other factors in a secondary forest.
Junko MORIMOTO, Shozo SHIBATA and Hironobu YOSHID
IFLA Eastern Regional Conference   May 1999   

Association Memberships

 
JAPANESE SOCIETY OF REVEGETATION TECHNOLOGY , JAPANESE INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE , THE JAPANESE FORESTRY SOCIETY , ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN , JAPAN ASSOCIATION FOR LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
Project Year: 2007 - 2010    Investigator(s): Futoshi NAKAMURA