Nagoya University Global COE Program: From Earth System Science to Basic and Clinical Environmental Studies

BCES

Interenational Conferences

Japan-German Bio Web City/Region Workshop
Research and Education on Landscape Design

Schedule

2012.11.6(Tue) 10:00-16:00
Lecture Hall, Building of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University

Contact

Akito MURAYAMA (Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University)

Tel: 052-789-3750 

Contents

Program (Tentative)

Chair: Akito Murayama (Associate Professor, Nagoya University)
Commentator: Diedrich Bruns (Professor, Kassel University)

10:00-10:05 Greetings and Aim of the Workshop
- Hiroyuki Shimizu (Professor, Nagoya University)

10:05-11:35 Research Reports on the Conflict between Nature and Human Activities Reports

Bamboo Distribution and Human Activity
- Hanwei Liang, Makoto Shimomura, and Chuntao Wu

Land Use and Land Cover Changes: A Case Study of Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR
- Ingxay Phanxay

Are Spatial Patterns of Land Surface Different between Rural and Urban Area?
- Kaya Kanemaru

The Kusida River System and Human Activity
- Yoshito Kandori, Vu Huong Thi Lan, Nangnang Li, and Masaki Shirai

Comments and Discussion

11:35-12:00 Introduction of Cloud Human Resource for Environmental Database
- Hiroto Nagai & Nobuko Kawaguchi

12:00-13:00 Lunch Break

13:00-16:00 Roundtable Discussion on Landscape Design Research and Education Reports (15min/report)

GIS Analysis of Potential Change in Habitat Suitability Index under Forest Species Composition Change - A Case Study in Aichi Prefecture,
- Ambika Dhakal, Makoto Oba, and Kiichiro Hayashi

Urban Greenery Strategy in Nagoya City
- Nobuko Kawaguchi and Yukari Fujiwara

Living with Urban Forest in Fujimakicho, Meito Ward, Nagoya City
- Akane Mitsuyama, Guo Xiao and Akito Murayama

Regional Land Use Planning Issues
- Takashi Uchida

Traditional Vegetables Management by NPO
- Mitsuyuki Tomiyoshi

Analysis of Regional Landscape Plans - Japan and Germany
- Kazuhiro Koshiishi

Comments and Discussion (90 min)

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