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Liang, Luohui, Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, Yiu, Evonne, Nagata, Akira, Carandang, Antonio, Sein, Chaw Chaw, Myint, Zaw Win, Nakama, Yuei and Chen, Bixia (2017). Coastal Forest Management in the Face of Global Change Based on Case Studies in Japan, Myanmar and the Philippines. APN E-Library. 982 814
Qiu, Zhenmian, Chen, Bixia and Takemoto, Kazuhiko, (2013). Conservation of terraced paddy fields engaged with multiple stakeholders: the case of Noto GIAHS Site in Japan. Paddy and Water Environment, 12(2), 275-283 670   0
Chen, Bixia and Qiu, Zhenmian, (2012). Consumers’ Attitudes towards Edible Wild Plants: A Case Study of Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. International Journal of Forestry Research, 2012 n/a-n/a 949 59
Jarzebski, Marcin Pawel, Su, Jie, Abrahamyan, Armine, Lee, Jason, Kawasaki, Jintana, Chen, Bixia, Andriatsitohaina, R. Ntsiva N., Ocen, Ismael, Sioen, Giles Bruno, Lambino, Ria, Saito, Osamu, Elmqvist, Thomas and Gasparatos, Alexandros, (2023). Developing biodiversity-based solutions for sustainable food systems through transdisciplinary Sustainable Development Goals Labs (SDG-Labs). Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 7 1-16 122 29
Chen, Bixia and Qiu, Zhenmian, (2013). Green tourism in Japan: opportunities for a GIAHS pilot site. Journal of Resources and Ecology, 4(3), 285-292 578  
Chen, Bixia, Nakama, Yuei and Urayama, Takakazu, (2013). Planted Forest and Diverse Cultures in Ecological Village Planning: A Case Study in Tarama Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Small-scale Forestry, 13(3), 333-347 504 158 0
Qiu, Zhenmian, Chen, Bixia and Nagata, Akira, (2013). Review of sustainable agriculture: promotion, its challenges and opportunities in Japan. Journal of Resources and Ecology, 4(3), 231-241 793  
Chen, Bixia and Nakama, Yuei, (2013). Thirty years on forest tourism in China. Journal of Forest Research, 18(4), 285-292 438   0