Researcher Database

Shirow Tatsuzawa
Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences Division of Human Sciences Department of Regional Science
Assistant Professor

Researcher Profile and Settings


  • Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences Division of Human Sciences Department of Regional Science

Job Title

  • Assistant Professor


  • Dr. of Science(Kyoto University)


J-Global ID

Research Interests

  • Conservation Ecology   citizen science   World Heritage & Cultural property   sika deer   reindeer   Siberia   Indigenous People   Arctic   生物多様性保全   Conservation Education   環境学習   Environmental Education   invasive alien species   Animal Ecology   Population Ecology   nutria   serow   アライグマ   合意形成   自然再生   順応的ガバナンス   博物館   社会的モニタリング   生態系保全   自然資源管理   地域環境史   コモンズ   レジティマシー   順応的管理   環境倫理   Biogeography   wildlife   北海道   標本資料   保全生物学   Conservation Biology   wildlife management   

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Local studies
  • Humanities & social sciences / Sociology
  • Humanities & social sciences / Cultural anthropology and folklore
  • Life sciences / Ecology and environmental science
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Biological resource conservation
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Environmental policy and society
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Environmental impact assessment

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2019/04 - Today 北海道大学大学院文学研究院 助教
  • 2008/04 - Today 北海道大学 大学院・文学研究科 助教
  • 2003/04 - 2008/03 北海道大学 大学院・文学研究科 大学院・文学研究科 助手


  • 1994/04 - 2000/03  Kyoto University  Graduate School of Natural Science  Division of Biological Science
  • 1991/04 - 1993/03  Kyoto University
  • 1985/04 - 1988/03  Osaka Kyoiku University
  • 1979/04 - 1983/03  Kobe University  Faculty of Agriculture

Association Memberships


Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Yusuke Sawa, Chieko Tamura, Toshio Ikeuchi, Tetsuo Shimada, Kaoru Fujii, Aisa Ishioroshi, Shirow Tatsuzawa, David Ward
    ORNITHOLOGICAL SCIENCE 19 (2) 211 - 216 1347-0558 2020/07 
    The Brent Goose Branta bernicla population of East Asia is the least studied. We banded 24 Brent Geese at Notsuke Bay, east Hokkaido, Japan, in autumn, and collected six opportunistic sightings of these birds during winter, contributing to an understanding of their migratory movements to wintering sites in Japan. Birds were resighted at five widely distributed wintering sites in west Hokkaido and northeast Honshu. While this study showed that birds moved between Notsuke Bay and wintering sites elsewhere in Japan, further studies are needed to understand the migration patterns and routes used during autumn and spring in East Asia.
  • Yusuke Sawa, Chieko Tamura, Toshio Ikeuchi, Kaoru Fujii, Aisa Ishioroshi, Tetsuo Shimada, Shirow Tatsuzawa, Xueqin Deng, Lei Cao, Hwajung Kim, David Ward
    WILDFOWL 244 - 266 0954-6324 2020 
    Of the world's Brent Goose Branta bernicla populations, the migration routes and winter distribution of the East Asian population of Brent Geese B. b. nigricans are the least well known. We therefore marked Brent Geese at their primary pre-migratory staging area in Notsuke Bay, Hokkaido, Japan to describe their migration between breeding and wintering areas in East Asia. Additionally, count data were compiled from the literature to identify important wintering and staging sites for the species, following Ramsar Convention criteria, and to assess trends in numbers of Brent Geese recorded in Japan and South Korea. The tracking data provided the first direct evidence of migratory connectivity between staging sites in northern Japan and the Korean Peninsula. A total of 26 internationally important sites were identified in the Russian Far East (7), northern Japan (16), northeast China (2) and the Korean Peninsula (1). Autumn surveys made at staging sites in Japan indicate that the East Asian population is increasing, although more extensive surveys for Brent Geese in China and on the Korean Peninsula are needed to confirm overall population trends and to identify critical habitats and wintering sites. We encourage the continuation of tracking studies, to describe more precisely the main migration routes, staging areas and, importantly, the breeding grounds for this vulnerable Brent Geese population.
  • 立澤史郎, 吉田 睦, 中田 篤, 池田 透
    シベリア 温暖化する極北の水環境と社会 385 - 420 2015/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
    檜山哲哉・藤原潤子 編著
  • 立澤 史郎, オクロプコフ, I
    シベリア 温暖化する極北の水環境と社会 49 - 83 2015/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
    檜山哲哉・藤原潤子 編著
  • TATSUZAWA, Tatsudzava) Shirow
    J Ecosys Ecograph 4 (1) 141 - 144 2014 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Kawamura Takashi, Koda Ryosuke, Tatsuzawa Shirow
    Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science) 日本哺乳類学会 53 (2) 345 - 350 0385-437X 2013 [Refereed][Not invited]
    Although pastures are often good feeding sites and can benefit deer population growth, the pasture utilization of sika deer (Cervus nippon yakushimae) in Yakushima Island is not clear. Spotlight counts of deer were conducted in the Nagamine pasture on Yakushima Island every month between 2006 and 2009. Mean deer density utilizing the pasture was estimated to be 420 deer/km2. Deer density in the pasture decreased when spotlight counts were conducted soon after sunset and pasture land was dug up, which may result from higher disturbance by human activity and lower abundance of pasture plants. In contrast to other reports in northern Japan, seasonal variation of pasture utilization by deer was not detected. This may be due to relatively constant quality and quantity of deer forage in the evergreen broad-leaved forests on Yakushima Island. Since 2010, the immediate surroundings Nagamine pasture have changed drastically, and it is therefore important to continue monitoring deer densities in and around the pasture.
  • Chisato Terada, Shirow Tatsuzawa, Takashi Saitoh
    OECOLOGIA 169 (4) 981 - 994 0029-8549 2012/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
    Previous studies on patterns in ungulate size variations have emphasized the effect of a particular environmental factor such as Bergmann's rule and the island rule. However, although multiple environmental factors may influence the body size, these studies focused on a single factor, and various measurements that may be influenced by different environmental factors (at least partly) were used as indices of body size. In this study, we used several skull and limb measurements to examine size variations among island populations of sika deer (Cervus nippon) in southern Japan considering the effects of multiple environmental factors. We found that all measurements differed markedly between populations. We focused on the skull and limb condylobasal length (CBL) and metacarpal length because they had the most important variations among the populations and the largest sample sizes. The common environmental factors influencing CBL and metacarpal length were island area and precipitation. Since these environmental factors reflect the availability of food resources, the causal factor of body size variation may be food resources. Interpopulation variation in metacarpal length was greater than that of CBL, indicating that metacarpal length may be affected by additional factors besides the common factors shared with CBL. Specific environmental factors influencing relative (CBL adjusted) metacarpal length were precipitation and slope. A common direct cause of those environmental factors was discussed in relation to topography. Analyses of phenotypic variation using multiple measurements with multiple environmental factors are useful to gain insight into underlying causes and can lead to identification of a measurement-specific variation with a specific driving force.
  • 立澤 史郎, オフロプコフ I. M, キリリン E. V
    北方民族文化シンポジウム報告書 北方文化振興協会 26 (0) 9 - 16 0918-7715 2012 [Refereed][Invited]
  • ABE Go, MIYOSHI Hidekatsu, SASHIKA Mariko, NAKAI Mariko, SHIMADA Kenichirou, UEDA Kazunori, TOGASHI Takashi, IKEDA Tohru, TATSUZAWA Shirow, MUROYAMA Yasuyuki
    Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science) 日本哺乳類学会 51 (2) 257 - 263 0385-437X 2011/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Abe Go, Miyoshi Hidekatsu, Sashika Mariko, Nakai Mariko, Shimada Kenichirou, Ueda Kazunori, Togashi Takashi, Ikeda Tohru, Tatsuzawa Shirow, Muroyama Yasuyuki
    Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science) 日本哺乳類学会 51 (2) 257 - 263 0385-437X 2011 [Not refereed][Not invited]
    We developed a procedure to safely handle raccoons trapped by the Egg Trap&trade;. We designed two types of collecting boxes, both of which had a dark color within in order that trapped raccoons would move into the box spontaneously. Type A was a plastic dust box sprayed in black. Type B was a cage trap covered with a black shade. We trapped 60 raccoons (24 males, 8 pregnant females, 28 non-pregnant females) with the Egg Trap&trade;. Eight raccoons were collected by the Type A box, and 52 raccoons were collected by the Type B box. We handled all trapped raccoons safely. All raccoons except for three were collected smoothly within 60 seconds. The mean time (&plusmn;<i>SD</i>) of collecting the raccoons (<i>n</i>=57) was 14.5 (&plusmn;11.1) seconds. There were no significant differences in the time of collecting between type A and B, between trapping with one hand or two, and between sexes. These results suggested that these collecting boxes were applicable for raccoons trapped by the Egg Trap&trade; under various conditions, and that the collecting box was an appropriate size and an appropriate inner color as a hiding place for raccoons.<br>
  • Terada Chisato, Tatsuzawa Shirow, Kawamura Takashi, Fujioka Masahiro
    Japanese journal of conservation ecology 日本生態学会 15 (2) 193 - 201 1342-4327 2010/11 [Refereed][Not invited]
    To determine effects of anthropogenically-induced environmental changes on a sika deer (Cervus nippon) population, we measured food resource abundance and numbers of deer feeding scars at impacted and control sites. Study sites were set in cedar plantations and broadleaf secondary forests near Yakushima. Within each site, one-meter square plots were set along roadsides and in the forest interior. All grasses and seedlings within plots were harvested for dry weight measurements (food biomass). In addition, fixed transects were deployed near the harvested plots, and all feeding scars were cou...
  • Yukari Shimatani, Tsuyoshi Takeshita, Shirow Tatsuzawa, Tohru Ikeda, Ryuichi Masuda
    ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE 27 (3) 243 - 247 0289-0003 2010/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
    To determine the sex and identity of individual American minks (Neovison vsion), a species introduced into Japan, molecular genetic methods were employed on fecal samples collected from the Kushiro Wetland, eastern Hokkaido. We examined the sex chromosome-linked genes ZFX and ZFY and 11 microsatellite loci to identify individuals. From microsatellite genotypes, the probability of identity was calculated to distinguish between individuals with 99% certainty. To evaluate the accuracy of the genotyping results, we used two approaches for several randomly selected samples. In the first approach, we genotyped all samples from the results of a maximum of three independent polymerase chain reactions (PCRs). In the second approach, we genotyped 10% of the samples from the results of five independent PCRs. Samples subsequent genotypings disagreed with the first genotype were counted as one of three categories of error. The results indicated that genotyping more than 10 microsatellite loci was required to reduce the probability of error in identity to less than 0.01. Twenty of 72 fecal samples were genotyped at 10 or 11 microsatellite loci and sex-determined by ZFX/ZFY genes, resulting in identification of five males and nine females. In assessing the accuracy of the results, genotyping errors were found to have occurred in 20% of the first genotypes. The main type of error was 'missing data', which can be prevented by increasing the number of replicate PCRs.
  • ASAKAWA Mitsuhiko, SATO Miki, SONE Keiko, TATSUZAWA Shirow, ODA Sen-ichi
    Journal of the College of Dairying. Natural science 酪農学園大学 33 (2) 291 - 292 0388-001X 2009/04 [Refereed][Not invited]
    ヌートリアMyocastor coypusはヒトと家畜の共通寄生虫症の原因虫の媒介者として、海外では注目され、わが国では岐阜などで捕獲された個体からヌートリア糞線虫Strongyloides myopotamiおよび肝蛭Faciola sp.が検出されている。しかし前報で肝蛭が見つかった個体は、1986年2月から翌年9月にかけ捕獲されたものであり再調査が希求されていた。そこで、2000年11月から2002年6月にかけ、愛知県および兵庫県で有害捕獲されたヌートリア計80個体について内部寄生虫の調査をした。その結果、ヌートリア糞線虫がほぼ全個体(99%)に寄生が認められた。また、当該宿主で約84%の線虫が小腸前部前半1/5部から得られた。このような寄生部位の偏りは、この部を集中的に検査するとより効率的な保有状況の把握も指摘された。しかし、今回のいずれの個体からも肝蛭は見つからなかった。家畜とヌートリアにおける肝蛭の消長と何らかの関連性が今後の検討課題とされた。 identifier:772918 identifier:ZZ00014735
  • Harumi Torii, Shirow Tatsuzawa
    Sika Deer: Biology and Management of Native and Introduced Populations 347 - 363 2009 [Refereed][Not invited]
    Sika deer have had a long history of cultural importance in Nara Park, beginning in the eighth century with a legend that a god rode into the park on the back of a white deer. With protection for religious reasons, the population built up and became tame because of its frequent interaction with people visiting the religious shrines at the park. The interface of sika and humans at such close proximity over the years inevitably led to harmony or conflict depending on the goals and motivations of people. Nara Park in its modern form was established in 1880, and these conflicting values of sika deer in the park have continued into modern times. However, the long history of known numbers, and approachable tame deer, have yielded an unusually long and detailed record of population dynamics, ecology, and behavior. It has also led to high populations of deer with consequent impacts on their habitat. In this chapter we review and summarize this unique record of cultural and biological interrelations between sika deer and humans.
  • MOTOKAWA Masaharu, TATSUZAWA Shirow
    Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan 日本生物地理学会 63 (0) 43 - 45 0067-8716 2008/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Yukari Shimatani, Tsuyoshi Takeshita, Shirow Tatsuzawa, Tohru Ikeda, Ryuichi Masuda
    ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE 25 (7) 714 - 720 0289-0003 2008/07 [Refereed][Not invited]
    To identify mammalian carnivore species distributed in the Kushiro Wetland, eastern Hokkaido, Japan, we developed molecular-genetic methods for identification of the species from fecal samples collected from the field. Species-specific primers and PCR programs were established for five native and six alien species of carnivores: Martes zibellina, Mustela nivalis, Mustela erminea, Vulpes vulpes, and Nyctereutes procyonoides as native species, and Neovison vison, Martes melampus, Mustela itatsi, Canis familiaris, Felis catus, and Procyon lotor as alien species in Hokkaido. Touch-down PCR, in which the annealing temperature is decreased 1 degrees C every cycle, was more effective for some species from which fecal DNA was not amplified species-specifically with standard PCR programs. Of 405 fecal samples collected from the Kushiro Wetland, the species of origin of 246 samples were successfully identified: 88 samples for N. vison, 140 for M. zibellina, 13 for V vulpes, four for C. familiaris and one for E catus. The results show the particular applicability of this method to monitoring M. zibellina and N. vison. In addition, methods to PCR-amplify DNA from two crayfish species (Pacifastacus leniusculus and Cambaroides japonicus) were developed to determine whether the carnivore fecal samples contained detectable DNA from the prey crayfishes. DNA from P leniusculus was amplified from feces of N. vison identified in the present study, but no DNA from C. japonicus was detected. This indicates that N. vison preys on the alien species P leniusculus.
  • TATSUZAWA Shirow
    Journal of environmental sociology 環境社会学会 0 (13) 33 - 47 2007/10 [Refereed][Invited]
    Civic investigation has a function, not only of data collection and environmental education, but also plays an important role in the social decision making process. Civic investigation can be categorized into four types : observation type; research type ; movement type; policy proposal type (policy-oriented civic investigation) . It can also be arranged into two axes of specialty and activity, which are the essence of civic investigation. For the development of the function of civic investigation as a social decision making process, it is necessary to discuss strategies for "policy proposal...
  • 阿部豪, 青柳正英, 的場洋平, 佐鹿万里子, 車田利夫, 高野恭子, 池田透, 立澤史郎
    ほ乳類科学 日本哺乳類学会 46 (93) 169 - 175 0385-437X 2006/12/30 [Not refereed][Not invited]
    The wire cage trap, which is the most popular restraining measure for capturing feral raccoons (Procyon lotor) in Japan, has some problems, including 1) capturing untargeted animals, 2) bait stealing by small animals and mechanical failure, 3) trap-shyness, 4) tendency to break due to the activities of captured animals, and 5) high cost of purchasing, transportation and maintenance. Seven EggTM traps were employed to examine their efficacy in preventing these problems. In this study, 2 feral raccoons (a 5-year-old male and a 6-year-old female) were captured without injury over 200 trap nights. No untargeted animals were captured and only one trap failed due to a crack in inner parts. There was also no bait loss recorded with the bait-setup that involved a trap hanging from an iron pole. The results showed that the EggTM traps, which are cheaper, smaller, lighter, and easier to maintain than live cage traps, could help resolve or reduce some problems of live cage traps in capturing feral raccoons.
  • ABE Go, AOYAGI Masahide, MATOBA Yohei, SASHIKA Mariko, KURUMADA Toshio, TAKANO Yasuko, IKEDA Tohru, TATSUZAWA Shirow
    Mammalian Science 日本哺乳類学会 46 (2) 169 - 175 0385-437X 2006/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
    The wire cage trap, which is the most popular restraining measure for capturing feral raccoons (Procyon lotor) in Japan, has some problems, including 1) capturing untargeted animals, 2) bait stealing by small animals and mechanical failure, 3) trap-shyness, 4) tendency to break due to the activities of captured animals, and 5) high cost of purchasing, transportation and maintenance. Seven EggTM traps were employed to examine their efficacy in preventing these problems. In this study, 2 feral raccoons (a 5-year-old male and a 6-year-old female) were captured without injury over 200 trap nigh...
  • YAMADA Masahiro, HOSOI Eiji, TAMATE Hidetoshi B, NAGATA Junco, TATSUZAWA Shirow, TADO Hiroyuki, OZAWA Shinobu
    Mammal Study 日本哺乳類学会 31 (1) 23 - 28 1343-4152 2006/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
    Nucleotide sequences of sika deer (Cervus nippon) collected from the eastern part of Shikoku Island were investigated & compared with those from other areas. Nucleotide sequence of the whole D-loop region of the mitochondrial DNA was determined by direct sequencing technique for each sample. The phylogenetic tree constructed by the sequences indicates that sika deer from Shikoku Island are divided into two distinct lineages: the northern Japan group and the southern Japan group. Proportion of the northern Japan lineage was higher in the northeastern part of the sampling area. There was no b...
  • Go Abe, Tohru Ikeda, Shirow Tatsuzawa
    Assessment and Control of Biological Invasion Risks. Shoukadoh Book Sellers, Kyoto, Japan and IUCN Shouwado Book Sellers, IUCN 116 - 121 2006 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 立澤 史郎
    日本生態学会関東地区会会報 (54) 37 - 49 2005 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • T Tsunoda, S Tatsuzawa
    PARASITOLOGY 128 503 - 509 0031-1820 2004/05 [Refereed][Not invited]
    The questing height (i.e. ambush height) of ticks on a plant plays all Important role in host selection. To test the hypothesis that the questing height of ticks in a locality had adapted to the body size of the host in that locality, we examined the questing height of nymphs of the ticks, Haemaphysalis longicornis and H. mageshimaensis, at 7 locations in Japan. Sika deer, Cercus nippon, is the primary host of these ticks and there is considerable geographical variation in the body size of sika deer. Multiple regression analysis revealed that the questing height in the field was influenced by the height of the plants and by the body size of deer at a location. However, the questing height of ticks at some locations may have been constrained by the height of the plants and might not be the same as their intrinsic questing height. When ticks were placed in vertical glass tubes in the laboratory, the questing height of ticks from a locality was correlated with the mean body size of deer at that locality. Therefore, the prominent cue determining the questing height of H. longicornis and H. mageshimaensis seems to be the body size of the host deer.
  • Tatsuzawa Shiro, Fujita Kazushi, Ito Masako
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 24 (1) 3 - 14 0919-4657 2002/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Tatsuzawa Shiro, Fujita Kazushi
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 23 (2) 127 - 140 0919-4657 2001/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • TATSUZAWA Shirow, SAKAIZUMI Mitsuru, KANO Yuichi
    Biogeography Biogeographical Society of Japan 3 (0) 89 - 100 1345-0662 2001/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • SJ Goodman, HB Tamate, R Wilson, J Nagata, S Tatsuzawa, GM Swanson, JM Pemberton, DR McCullough
    MOLECULAR ECOLOGY 10 (6) 1357 - 1370 0962-1083 2001/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
    We assessed genetic differentiation and diversity in 14 populations of sika deer (Cervus nippon) from Japan and four populations of sika deer introduced to the UK, using nine microsatellite loci. We observed extreme levels of differentiation and significant differences in diversity between populations. Our results do not support morphological subspecies designations, but are consistent with previous mitochondrial DNA analyses which suggest the existence of two genetically distinct lineages of sika deer in Japan. The source of sika introduced to the UK was identified as Kyushu. The underlying structure of Japanese populations probably derives from drift in separate glacial refugia and male dispersal limited by distance. This structure has been perturbed by bottlenecks and habitat fragmentation, resulting from human activity from the mid-nineteenth century. Most current genetic differentiation and differences in diversity among populations probably result from recent drift. Coalescent model analysis suggests sika on each of the main Japanese islands have experienced different recent population histories. Hokkaido, which has large areas of continuous habitat, has maintained high levels of gene now. In Honshu the population is highly fragmented and is likely to have been evolving by drift alone. In Kyushu there has been a balance between gene flow and drift but all the populations have experienced high levels of drift. Habitat fragment size was not significantly associated with genetic diversity in populations but there was a significant correlation between habitat fragment size and effective population size.
  • 立澤 史郎
    Bulletin of the Historiographical Institute 沖縄県教育委員会,Okinawa Prefectural Board of Education 0 (26) 1 - 20 0914-4137 2001/03 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Insects fauna of Mage-shima island, Ohsumi Islands
    Nature Study 47 (1) 8 - 8 2000/01 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • J Nagata, R Masuda, HB Tamate, S Hamasaki, K Ochiai, M Asada, S Tatsuzawa, K Suda, H Tado, MC Yoshida
    MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION 13 (3) 511 - 519 1055-7903 1999/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
    To investigate genetic diversity among populations of the sika deer, Cervus nippon, nucleotide sequences (705-824 bases) of the mitochondrial D-loop regions were determined in animals from 13 localities in the Japanese islands. Phylogenetic trees constructed by the sequences indicated that the Japanese sika deer is separated into two distinct lineages: the northern Japan group (the Hokkaido island and most of the Honshu mainland) and the southern Japan group (a part of the southern Honshu mainland, the Kyushu island, and small islands around the Kyushu island). All sika deer examined in this study shared four to seven units of repetitive sequences (37 to 40 bases each) within the D-loop sequences. The number of tandem repeats was different among the populations, and it was specific to each population. Six or seven repeats occurred in populations of the northern Japan group, while four or five repeats occurred in populations of the southern Japan group. Each repeat unit included several nucleotide substitutions, compared with others, and 26 types were identified from 31 animals. Sequences of the first, second, and third units in arrays were clearly different between the northern and the southern groups. Based on these D-loop data, colonization and separation of the sika deer populations in the Japanese islands were estimated to have occurred less than 0.5 million years before present. Our results provide an invaluable insight into better understanding the evolutionary history, phylogeny, taxonomy, and population genetics of the sika deer. (C) 1999 Academic Press.
  • Okada Atsushi, Tatsuzawa Shirow, Murakami Okimasa
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 20 (2) 77 - 81 0919-4657 1998/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • HB Tamate, S Tatsuzawa, K Suda, M Izawa, T Doi, K Sunagawa, F Miyahira, H Tado
    JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY 79 (4) 1396 - 1403 0022-2372 1998/11 [Refereed][Not invited]
    A partial sequence of the mitochondrial cytochrome-b gene was determined for seven subspecies of sika deer (Cen,us nippon) in the Japanese Islands. Nine mitochondrial DNA genotypes were distinguishable among deer sampled. Sequence analysis revealed two major phylogenetic groups comprised of northern (Hokkaido-Honshu) and southern (Kyushu) local populations. Estimated nucleotide divergence between genotypes found in southern populations was less than or equal to 1.1%, which indicated that genetic differentiation within this group occurred recently. Phylogenetic data suggest that the biogeographical boundary between northern and southern populations of sika deer lies somewhere in the Honshu mainland and not in channels that separate each Japanese Island as has been suggested. C. n. keramae, an endangered subspecies in the Kerama Islands, was found to be genotypically close to other subspecies from southern populations. C. n. keramae may have descended from deer originally introduced from Kyushu Island.
  • 立澤 史郎
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 14 (0) 41 - 56 0919-4657 1992/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 立澤 史郎
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 14 (0) 77 - 85 0919-4657 1992/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 立澤 史郎
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 14 (0) 87 - 95 0919-4657 1992/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 立沢 史郎
    関西自然保護機構会報 関西自然保護機構 13 (2) 103 - 116 0919-4657 1992/02 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Tatsuzawa Shiro, Suzuki Zenji
    Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University. V, Curricula and methods of education and allied subjects 大阪教育大学 38 (2) 229 - 245 0389-3480 1989/12 [Refereed][Not invited]

Books etc

  • 犬からみた人類史
    立澤史郎, 近藤祉秋 (Contributor第3部コラム5「シカ肉ドッグフードからみる人獣共通のウェルビーイング」)
    勉誠出版 2019/05 (ISBN: 9784585230700)
  • Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative (AMBI): Workplan 2019-2023
    TATSUZAWA Shirow (Joint workEast Asian-Australasian Flyway Workplan)
    Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna 2019/04 (ISBN: 9789935431790)
  • 低温環境の科学事典
    立澤 史郎 (Contributor北方林と動物および人間の生活)
    朝倉書店 2015/12 (ISBN: 9784254161281)
  • 檜山 哲哉, 藤原 潤子編 (Contributor第3章、第11章)
    京都大学学術出版会 2015/04 (ISBN: 4876983151) 511
  • 日本環境教育学会編, 日本環境教育学会 (Contributor北極海、家畜、獣害、生態系管理、地球規模生物多様性概況(GB03) 、共生、動物解放論、動物の権利)
    教育出版 2013/07 (ISBN: 4316801309) 341
  • 池田 透, 小杉 康, 立澤 史郎, 橋本 雄, 武田 雅哉, 藏田 伸雄, 佐藤 淳二, 千葉 惠, 和田 博美, 池田 透 (Contributor第二章 日本最古のテーマパーク?――奈良公園に見る人とシカの関係史)
    北海道大学出版会 2013/03 (ISBN: 4832933841) 316
  • 前迫ゆり 編著 (Contributor第15章 「奈良のシカ」の生態と管理)
    ナカニシヤ出版 2013/03 (ISBN: 4779507448) 292
  • 牧 洋一郎, 長野 広美, 立澤 史郎, 下野 敏見, 蔵元 淳, 木下 大然, 上妻 昭夫, 瀬下 満義, 馬毛島環境問題対策編集委員会 (Joint editor共編著、および2編執筆(1-1 馬毛島の自然の魅力、2-3民意を問うべき馬毛島問題))
    南方新社 2010/09 (ISBN: 4861241952) 136
  • 鬼頭秀一, 福永真弓編, 鬼頭 秀一, 福永 真弓 (Contributor7 第7章「外来対在来」を問う――地域社会のなかの外来種)
    東京大学出版会 2009/12 (ISBN: 4130623117) 287
  • Dale R. McCullough, Kaji Koichi, Takatsuki Seiki (ContributorChapter 25. Sika Deer in Nara Park: Unique Human-Wildlife Relations)
    Springer Japan 2009/01 (ISBN: 0130205931) 666
  • 小川 みさこ, 原田 美夏 
    南方新社 2003/07 (ISBN: 4931376959) 35
  • 環境教育事典編集委員会, 本谷 勳, 小原 秀雄, 宮本 憲一, 環境教育事典編集委員会 (Contributor「哺乳類と環境教育」など49項目)
    旬報社 1999/05 (ISBN: 484510573X) 701
  • 田端 英雄 (Contributorニホンジカ)
    保育社 1997/05 (ISBN: 4586312068) 199
  • 堀 道雄, 立沢 史郎, 中田 兼介, 足羽 寛 (Joint translation)
    Hairston Nelson G, Nelson George, 堀 道雄, 中田 兼介, 立澤 史郎, 足羽 寛 蒼樹書房 1996/11 (ISBN: 4789120562) 420
  • クライブ ポンティング, Clive Ponting, 石 弘之, 京都大学環境史研究会 
    朝日新聞 1994/06 (ISBN: 402259604X) 314
  • クライブ ポンティング, Clive Ponting, 石 弘之, 京都大学環境史研究会 
    朝日新聞 1994/06 (ISBN: 4022596031) 360
  • 環境教育事典編集委員会, 環境教育事典編集委員会 (Contributor「哺乳類と環境教育」など49項目)
    労働旬報社 1992/06 (ISBN: 484510248X) 676
  • 川道 武男, 川道 美枝子 (Contributorポンポン山42-43, 芦生139-141, 大阪の自然が残る箕面・能勢153-155, アナグマ228-232, 滋賀県土山町234-235, 大台ヶ原258-260)
    京都新聞社 1991/10 (ISBN: 4763802801) 293

Conference Activities & Talks


Research Grants & Projects

  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(A))
    Date (from‐to) : 2012 -2015 
    Author : 宮内 泰介, 西城戸 誠, 立澤 史郎, 三上 直之, 角 一典, 佐藤 哲, 丸山 康司, 富田 涼都, 鬼頭 秀一, 菊地 直樹, 福永 真弓, 山本 信次, 関 礼子, 大沼 進, 鈴木 克哉, 菅 豊, 赤嶺 淳, 松村 正治, 笹岡 正俊
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
    Date (from‐to) : 2008 -2011 
    Author : Taisuke MIYAUCHI, Shuichi KITOH, Tetsu SATOH, Yutaka SUGA, Reiko SEKI, Jun AKAMINE, Shirou TATSUZAWA, Yasushi MARUYAMA, Masaharu MATSUMURA, Naoki KIKUCHI, Katsuya SUZUKI, Shinji YAMAMORO, Mayumi FUKUNAGA, Ryoto TOMITA
    Many of our field researches has revealed some important points of the governance of natural resources : 1. Recognizing plural values, 2. securing adaptive process, and 3. Re-contextualizing the story of resource management by implementing citizen's researches.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
    Date (from‐to) : 2006 -2008 
    Author : Shuichi KITOH, 池田 啓, 桑子 敏雄, 森岡 正博, 松田 裕之, 井上 有一, 丸山 康司, 丸山 徳次, 佐藤 哲, 池田 啓, 桑子 敏雄, 白水 士郎, 森岡 正博, 蔵田 伸雄, 松田 裕之, 瀬戸口 明久, 立澤 史郎, 福永 真弓, 吉永 明弘, 富田 涼都, 安田 章人, 二宮 咲子
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
    Date (from‐to) : 2005 -2007 
    Author : 小谷 凱宣, Shiro SASAKI, 佐々木 史郎, 出利葉 浩司, 池田 透, 沖野 慎二, 荻原 眞子, 立澤 史郎, 佐々木 利和, 財部 香枝, 谷本 晃久, 加藤 克
    The main purpose of this research project was the documentation of the Ainu collections reserved in museums in Hokkaido. We chose the following three museums in Hokkaido, that is, Museum of the Botanical Garden of Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere in Hokkaido University, Hakodate City Museum of Northern Peoples, and Museum of Matsumae Castle, reconfirmed the collections in each museum, made documents and photographs of each material, and researched the historical background of the collections. As a result of our research activities in three years, we could document all the materia...
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
    Date (from‐to) : 2004 -2005 
    Author : Tohru IKEDA, 立澤 史郎
    We conducted the attitude survey for the purpose of consensus building for the countermeasure against invasive alien raccoons in 4 areas in Hokkaido.As for the understanding for the invasive alien species issues in local residents, the uniform understanding goes around through press coverage, and it became clear that most local residents don't have consciousness for the ecological conservation.The consensus building based on ecological conservation is absolutely imperative for the long-term countermeasures against the invasive alien species, and it is necessary that all local residents unde...

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • Regional Sciences (Lecture)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 保全生態学,地域社会学,人文地理学
  • Methodology for Regional Analysis (Seminar)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
    キーワード : 北方文化、北方少数民族、生業、生物多様性保全、人と動物の関係学、野生動物、狩猟、地域社会,持続可能な社会、環境教育、ESD
  • Methodology for Regional Analysis (Seminar)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 北方文化、北方少数民族、生業、生物多様性保全、人と動物の関係学、野生動物、狩猟、地域社会,持続可能な社会、環境教育、ESD
  • Social Ecology (Seminar)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
    キーワード : 保全生態学、野生動物、地域社会,人と動物のかかわり,生物多様性、持続可能な社会、狩猟、環境教育、ESD
  • Social Ecology (Seminar)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 保全生態学、野生動物、地域社会,人と動物のかかわり,生物多様性、持続可能な社会、狩猟、環境教育、ESD
  • Methodology of Regional Science
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : 社会生態学,地域社会学,人文地理学
  • The World of Science and Technology
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 全学教育
    キーワード : 野生動物、地域社会,保全生態学、人と動物のかかわり,獣害,農林水産業,生物多様性、外来種、環境政策,市民調査、ボトムアップアプローチ
  • Seminar in Regional Science
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : 地域科学,人文地理学,地域社会学,社会生態学,フィールドワーク,プレゼンテーション
  • Society-Political Economy Module Special Subjects B
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 現代日本学プログラム課程
    キーワード : 地域科学,人文地理学,地域社会学,社会生態学,フィールドワーク,プレゼンテーション
  • Practice in Fieldwork
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : フィールドワーク,人文地理学,地域社会学,社会生態学

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