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Tsuchiya, Kazuaki, Okuro, Toshiya and Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, (2013). The combined effects of conservation policy and co-management alter the understory vegetation of urban woodlands: a case study in the Tama Hills area, Japan. Urban and Landscape Planning, 110 87-98  5.93 790   0
Okayasu, Tomoo, Okuro, Toshiya, Undarmaa, Jamsran and Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, (2012). Degraded rangeland dominated by unpalatable forbs exhibits large-scale spatial heterogeneity. Plant Ecology, 213(4),  5.38 805   0
Sasaki, Takehiro, Okuro, Toshiya, Undarmaa, Jamsran and Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, (2012). Changes in the herbage nutritive value and yield associated with threshold responses of vegetation to grazing in Mongolian rangelands. Grass and Forage Science,  5.38 777   0
Okayasu, Tomoo, Okuro, Toshiya, Undarmaa, Jamsran and Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, (2012). Inherent density-dependency of wet-season range even at the extreme of nonequilibrium environments. Journal of Arid Environments, 78 144-153  5.38 777   0
Sasaki, Takehiro, Okuro, Toshiya, Kakinuma, Kaoru, Okayasu, Tomoo, Undarmaa, Jamsran and Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, (2013). Vegetation in a post-ecological threshold state may nor recover after short-term livestock exclusion in Mongolian rangelands. Arid Land Research and Management, 27 101-110  4.82 597   0
Jiao, Yuanmei, Li, Xiuzhen, Liang, Luohui, Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, Okuro, Toshiya, Zhang, Dandan and Sun, Lifang, (2012). Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resource management in the cultural landscape of China's Hani terraces. Ecological Research, 27 247-263  4.82 830   0
Kakinuma, Kaoru, Okayasu, Tomoo, Sasaki, Takehiro, Undarmaa, Jamsran, Okuro, Toshiya and Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, (2013). Rangeland management in highly variable environments: resource spatial heterogeneity mediates impact of grazing on vegetation. Grassland Science, 59 44-51  4.82 666   0