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List of Papers
KIMIHIKO HYAKUMURA Last modified date:2023.11.27

Professor / Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society / International Development Section / Institute of Tropical Agriculture


Papers
1. Murad Ahmed Farukh, Kamona Rani, Sayed Mohammed Nashif, Rimi Khatun, Lotifa Tamanna Toma, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Kazi Kamrul Islam, Carbon Stock Mapping Utilizing Accumulated Volume of Sequestrated Carbon at Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh, Sustainability (Switzerland), 10.3390/su15054300, 15, 5, 2023.03, The potential to sequester carbon by tree species in tropical regions such as Bangladesh is promising in regard to carbon sequestration (CS) potentiality and reducing CO2 emissions. This study focuses on perennial tree species within 488 hectares of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) to assess the CS and to produce a C stock map for BAU. To compute the green and dry weight, weight of C and CO2 sequestration in the tree, a simplified methodology from the National Computational Science Institute of the Shodor Education Foundation was applied. A total of 27,543 trees comprising 424 species were taken into consideration, dividing the whole study area into four segments. B. ceiba and L. acidissima received the maximum and minimum green, dry, and C weight values. The topmost five carbon stock accumulating trees are M. longifolium (264,768 kg yr−1), S. mahagoni (257,290), A. lebbeck (118,310), M. indica (78,906), and T. grandis (51,744) whilst A. lebbeck is the major C stock accumulating tree within BAU. The top five CS potential are found for B. ceiba (181 kg), A. columnaris (139 kg), S. siamea (116 kg), F. elastica (113 kg), and F. religiosa (83 kg). To reveal the prospects of tree species in Bangladesh for emission reduction, the CS potential could be incorporated with the C trading scheme of the CDM (clean development mechanism) of the Kyoto Protocol..
2. Kazi Kamrul Islam,Takahiro Fujiwara Kimihiko Hyakumura , Agroforestry, Livelihood and Biodiversity Nexus: The Case of Madhupur Tract, Bangladesh, Conservation, https://doi.org/10.3390/conservation2020022, 2, 2, 305-321, 2022.06.
3. Islam, Kazi Kamrul; Hyakumura, Kimihiko, The potential perils of Sal forests land grabbing in Bangladesh: an analysis of economic, social and ecological perspectives, ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY, 10.1007/s10668-021-01301-7, 2021.03.
4. Kazi Kamrul Islam, Mohammad Saifullah and Kimihiko Hyakumura, Does Traditional Agroforestry a Sustainable Production System in Bangladesh? An Analysis of Socioeconomic and Ecological Perspectives, Conservation, 1, 1, 21-35, 2021.03.
5. Southida Vatthanatham, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Nariaki Onda, Kazuo Ogata, A Historical Change of the Regulatory Framework for Non Timber Forest Products in Laos, Journal of Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 63, 2, 411-416, 2019.09.
6. Makoto Ehara, Hiromitsu Samejima, Makino Yamanoshita, Yoko Asada, Yutaro Shogaki, Masato Yano, Kimihiko Hyakumura, REDD+ engagement types preferred by Japanese private firms
The challenges and opportunities in relation to private sector participation, Forest Policy and Economics, 10.1016/j.forpol.2019.06.002, 106, 2019.09.
7. Kazi Kamrul Islam, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Forestland concession, land rights, and livelihood changes of ethnic minorities
The case of the madhupur sal forest, Bangladesh, Forests, 10.3390/f10030288, 10, 3, 2019.01.
8. Kazi Kamrul Islam, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Forestland grabbing by the foreigners in Hokkaido, Japan
Is it a big concern for sustainable forest development?, Applied Sciences (Switzerland), 10.3390/app8101724, 8, 10, 2018.09,
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9. Makoto Ehara, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Ren'ya Sato, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Kunio Araya, Heng Sokh, Ryo Kohsaka, Addressing Maladaptive Coping Strategies of Local Communities to Changes in Ecosystem Service Provisions Using the DPSIR Framework, Ecological Economics, 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2018.03.008, 149, 226-238, 2018.07.
10. Takahiro Fujiwara, San Afri Awang, Wahyu Tri Widayanti, Ratih Madya Septiana, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Noriko Sato, Socioeconomic Conditions Affecting Smallholder Timber Management in Gunungkidul District, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia, Small-scale Forestry, 10.1007/s11842-017-9374-1, 17, 1, 41-56, 2018.03.
11. Kazi Kamrul Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara, Noriko Sato, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Evolving and strengthening the cooperative approach for agroforestry farmers in Bangladesh
Lessons learned from the Shimogo cooperative in Japan, Sustainability, 10.3390/su10030617, 10, 3, 2018.02.
12. Saykham Boutthavong, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Makoto Ehara, Stakeholder participation in REDD+ readiness activities for three collaborative projects in Lao PDR, Forests, 10.3390/f8050150, 8, 5, 2017.04.
13. Seiji Iwanaga, Yasuhiro Yokota, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Social safeguards in national and sub-national redd+ initiatives
A comparison based on literature review, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, 10.6090/jarq.51.31, 51, 1, 31-43, 2017.01.
14. Fujisaki Taiji, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Scheyvens, Henry, Cadman Tim, Does REDD plus Ensure Sectoral Coordination and Stakeholder Participation? A Comparative Analysis of REDD plus National Governance Structures in Countries of Asia-Pacific Region, FORESTS, 10.3390/f7090195, 7, 9, 2016.09.
15. K.K. Islam, Masakazu Tani, Kazuo Asahiro, M. Zulfikar Rahman, Kimihiko Hyakumura, TAKAHIRO FUJIWARA, Noriko SATO, Analysis of Power Dynamics and Livelihood Assets in Participatory Forest Management: Experience from Bangladesh, International Journal of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, 1, 3, 88-98, 2016.05.
16. Saykham Boutthavong, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Makoto Ehara, TAKAHIRO FUJIWARA, Historical Changes of Land Tenure and Land Use Rights in a Local Community: A Case Study in Lao PDR , Land, 10.3390/land5020011, 5, 2, 2016.04.
17. Makoto Ehara, KIMIHIKO HYAKUMURA, Hisako Nomura, Matsuura Toshiya, Sokh Heng, Leng Chivin, Identifying characteristics of households affected by deforestation in their fuelwood and non-timber forest product collections: Case study in Kampong Thom Province, Cambodia, LAND USE POLICY, 10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.12.006, 52, 92-102, 2016.03.
18. Takahiro Fujiwara, S. A. Awang, W. T. Widayanti, R. M. Septiana, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Noriko Sato, Effects of National Community-Based Forest Certification on Forest Management and Timber Marketing
A Case Study of Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, International Forestry Review, 10.1505/146554815817476422, 17, 4, 448-460, 2015.12.
19. Comparison among Six Villages of the Characteristics of Residents Prone to be Affected by Deforestation and Forest Degradation.
20. K. K. Islam, S. Jose, Masakazu Tani, KIMIHIKO HYAKUMURA, Max Krott, NORIKO SATO, Does actor power impede outcomes in participatory agroforestry approach? Evidence from Sal forests area, Bangladesh, Agroforestry Systems, 10.1007/s10457-015-9822-x, 2015.06.
21. The examination of relationship among tasks of Collective Forest system reform in China.
22. Current situation and task of management system in Chinese nature reserve -A case study in Jiangsu province's Yixing Longchishan Nature Reserve and Dafeng Milu Nature Reserve-.
23. K.K. Islam, TAKAHIRO FUJIWARA, KIMIHIKO HYAKUMURA, Masakazu Tani, NORIKO SATO, Analyzing domestic agroforestry markets and necessities of cooperatives for agroforestry products in Bangladesh, Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, 1, 32, 151-170, 2015.02.
24. MAKOTO EHARA, KIMIHIKO HYAKUMURA, YASUHIRO YOKOTA, REDD+ initiatives for safeguarding biodiversity and ecosystem services: harmonizing sets of standards for national application, Journal of Forest Research, 10.1007/s10310-013-0429-7, 2013.12.
25. Displacement and Community Participation under REDD+.
26. Takahiro FUJIWARA,Ratih Madya SEPTIANA,San Afri AWANG,Wahyu Tri WIDAYANTI,Himmah BARIATUL,Kimihiko HYAKUMURA,Noriko SATO, Changes in local social economy and forest management through the introduction of collaborative forest management (PHBM),and the challenges it poses on equitable partnership:A case study of KPH Pemalang,Central Java,Indonesia, TROPICS, 20, 4, 115-134, 2012.03.
27. Kazi Kamrul Islam, Kimihiko Hyakumura,Takahiro Fujiwara, Noriko Sato, Confronting people-oriented forest management realities in Bangladesh: An analysis of actors’ perspective, International Journal of Social Forestry, 4, 2, 135-161, 2011.12.
28. Kimihiko Hyakumura, 'Slippage' in the implementation of forest policy by local officials
A case study of a protected area management in Lao PDR, Small-scale Forestry, 10.1007/s11842-010-9120-4, 9, 3, 349-367, 2010.06.
29. The Comparative Study on Forestation Programme in Developing Countries of Asia.
30. Kimihiko Hyakumura, Makoto Inoue, The significance of social capital in local forest management in Laos
Overcoming latent conflict between local people and local forestry officials, International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 13, 1, 16-24, 2006.02.
31. Martinus Nanang, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Kazuhiko Harada, Makoto Inoue, Patterns of Behavior in Local Forest management: Case Studies from Indonesia and Laos. : pp55-65, Mulawarman University Research Institute (MURI),Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia., Socio-Humanities, 1(1), pp55-65, 2006.01.
32. Response of Local People to the Land and Forest Allocation Program in Lao P.D.R..
33. Issues of Conservation Forest Management Policy in Lao P.D.R.
34. The Periodicities of Ring-width Fluctuation of the Canopy Trees growing in Warm-temperate Ever-green Coniferous Forest.