We are pleased to inform that Max and Tushar won the poster award of the Kyoto University International ONLINE Symposium 2021 on Education and Research in Global Environmental Studies in Asia.
2021年11月29日から30日にかけて開催された，京都大学国際シンポジウム the Kyoto University International ONLINE Symposium 2021 on Education and Research in Global Environmental Studies in Asiaにて，LRPの2名の学生がポスター賞を受賞しました。
Best Poster ベストポスター賞 (Research field of Rural and Urban Development) Maximilian Prutsch（修士課程1年） A study on the impact of traditional Japanese shopping streets “Shōtengai” on the walkability of Japanese cities.
Excellence Poster ポスター賞 (Research field of Rural and Urban Development) Tusharkanti Kumar（博士課程2年） Water management in a high-altitude cold desert region: Traditional systems and local innovations in Ladakh, India
The cool-temperate forests locating at high-altitude zone in Japan is one of vulnerable zones to climate changes. The presented study discussed the way of the quantitative assessment of Platycerus stag-beetles with female-attracted flight interception traps (FIT) toward proposing a method of quantitative assessment without expertized techniques. Compared with the sweeping on sprouting broad-leaves trees, Platycerus males were collected more efficiently, and the position of setting FITs had few effects on the results. On the other hand, it was revealed that un-mated females of the species in closed taxonomic groups are required for the investigation. Quantitative assessments with number and working-time of traps are expected.
GLP 2021 Asia Conferenceにて，博士課程のTusharkantiくんがオンライン発表を行いました。Doctoral course student, Mr. Tusharkanti, conducted oral presentation at GLP 2021 Asia Conference (Online).
Kumar T. Saizen I. Role of socio-hydrological relationship in sustainable development planning of cold desert mountainous region – Case of Ladakh, India, GLP 2021 Asia Conference (online), Sep. 16, 2021.
Kandpal R. Saizen I. Self-help group participation towards sustainable solid waste management in peri-urban villages: Evidence from Mumbai Metropolitan Region, India. Environment, Development and Sustainability (Impact Factor 2.1)
“Rice paddy irrigation seasonally impacts stream benthic macroinvertebrate diversity at the catchment level” Chia-Ying Ko, Satoshi Asano, Meng-Ju Lin, Tohru Ikeya, Elfritzson Peralta, Triño Ellis, Yoshitoshi Uehara, Takuya Ishida, Tomoya Iwata, Ichiro Tayasu, and Noboru Okuda. In Ecosphere, accepetd.
“Community capability building for environmental conservation in Lake Biwa (Japan) through an adaptive and abductive approach” Yasuhisa Kondo, Eiichi Fujisawa, Kanako Ishikawa, Satoe Nakahara, Kyohei Matsushita, Satoshi Asano, Kaoru Kamatani, Kei Kano, Terukazu Kumazawa, Kenichi Sato, and Noboru Okuda. In Socio-Ecological Practice Research, accepted.