Naoki Katayama
Naoki Katayama
Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, NARO
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A review of post-war changes in rice farming and biodiversity in Japan
N Katayama, YG Baba, Y Kusumoto, K Tanaka
Agricultural Systems 132, 73-84, 2015
Landscape heterogeneity–biodiversity relationship: effect of range size
N Katayama, T Amano, S Naoe, T Yamakita, I Komatsu, S Takagawa, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e93359, 2014
Ignoring non‐English‐language studies may bias ecological meta‐analyses
KO Konno, M Akasaka, C Koshida, N Katayama, N Osada, R Spake, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (13), 6373-6384, 2020
Organic farming and associated management practices benefit multiple wildlife taxa: a large‐scale field study in rice paddy landscapes
N Katayama, Y Osada, M Mashiko, YG Baba, K Tanaka, Y Kusumoto, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (8), 1970-1981, 2019
Are both agricultural intensification and farmland abandonment threats to biodiversity? A test with bird communities in paddy-dominated landscapes
N Katayama, T Osawa, T Amano, Y Kusumoto
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 214, 21-30, 2015
Meta‐analysis of the effects of rice‐field abandonment on biodiversity in Japan
C Koshida, N Katayama
Conservation Biology 32 (6), 1392-1402, 2018
Biodiversity and yield under different land-use types in orchard/vineyard landscapes: A meta-analysis
N Katayama, I Bouam, C Koshida, YG Baba
Biological conservation 229, 125-133, 2019
Effects of modern drainage systems on the spatial distribution of loach in rice ecosystems.
N Katayama, D Saitoh, T Amano, T Miyashita
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 21 (2), 146-154, 2011
Hierarchical movement decisions in predators: effects of foraging experience at more than one spatial and temporal scale
T Amano, N Katayama
Ecology 90 (12), 3536-3545, 2009
Identifying priority areas for national-level conservation to achieve Aichi Target 11: A case study of using terrestrial birds breeding in Japan
S Naoe, N Katayama, T Amano, M Akasaka, T Yamakita, M Ueta, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 24, 101-108, 2015
Responses of macroinvertebrate communities to pesticide application in irrigated rice fields
C Stenert, ═CMF de Mello, MM Pires, DS Knauth, N Katayama, L Maltchik
Environmental monitoring and assessment 190, 1-13, 2018
Bird diversity and abundance in organic and conventional apple orchards in northern Japan
N Katayama
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 34210, 2016
Spatial overlap between the intermediate egret Egretta intermedia and its aquatic prey at two spatiotemporal scales in a rice paddy landscape
N Katayama, T Amano, G Fujita, H Higuchi
Zoological Studies 51 (7), 1105-1112, 2012
Indirect positive effects of agricultural modernization on the abundance of Japanese tree frog tadpoles in rice fields through the release from predators
N Katayama, T Goto, F Narushima, T Amano, H Kobori, T Miyashita
Aquatic Ecology 47, 225-234, 2013
The effects of gravel bar construction on breeding Long-billed Plovers
N Katayama, T Amano, S Ohori
Waterbirds 33 (2), 162-168, 2010
Measuring artistic inspiration drawn from ecosystems and biodiversity: A case study of old children’s songs in Japan
N Katayama, YG Baba
Ecosystem services 43, 101116, 2020
Variation in bird assemblages along an agricultural intensification gradient: A case study of olive orchards in North-Eastern Algeria
I Bouam, AS Bachir, N Katayama
Ornithological Science 16 (2), 147-157, 2017
Spatial and temporal associations between fallow fields and Greater Painted Snipe density in Japanese rice paddy landscapes
N Katayama, Y Odaya, T Amano, H Yoshida
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 295, 106892, 2020
Ponds support higher bird diversity than rice paddies in a hilly agricultural area in Japan
S Deguchi, N Katayama, Y Tomioka, H Miguchi
Biodiversity and Conservation 29, 3265-3285, 2020
Effects of rice-field abandonment rates on bird communities in mixed farmland–woodland landscapes in Japan
N Katayama, M Mashiko, C Koshida, Y Yamaura
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 319, 107539, 2021
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