Katsue FUKAMACHI

Field

Landscape Ecology and Planning

Position

Associate Professor

Contact

E-mail: katsue※kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp (Raplace ※ with @-mark)

Working Experience

1992 Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, 2004 Kyoto Prefectural University, Associate Professor, 2008 Kyoto University, Associate Professor

Academic Activity

JILA, JFS, ARP

Major Publications

  • Fukamachi, K., Iida, S. and Nakashizuka, T. Landscape patterns and plant species diversity of forest reserves in the Kanto region, Japan. Vegetatio 124(1):107-114, 1996
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Sasaoka, T. Yokohari, M. A study on the remaining patterns of beech forests in the Kinki Region. Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 59(5): 101-104, 1996
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Yokohari, M. A study on the changing process of Satoyama in Kamiseya and Ikaga Districts, Kyoto Prefecture. Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 60(5): 521-526, 1997
  • Tanaka, N. and Fukamachi, K. People’s perceptions and methods to evaluate a 360 panoramic coppice forest scene. Journal of Forest Planning 3:73-81, 1997
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Shimomura, A. Kumagai, Y. Yokohari, M. Relations between forest management methods and ecological features of SATOYAMA beech forests in the Kamiseya and Ikaga Districts, Kyoto. Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 62(5): 687-692, 1998
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Kumagai, Y. Shimomura, A. Changes in landscape planning and land management in Arashiyama National Forest in Kyoto. Landscape and Urban Planning 52:73-87, 2000
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Nakashizuka, T. The change of satoyama landscape and its causality in Kamiseya, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan between 1970 and 1995. Landscape Ecology 16:703-717, 2001
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. A comparative study on landscape evaluation and senses of successin of Satoyama beech forests between local and urban residents Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 65(5): 647-652, 2002
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Rackham, O. A comparative study on trees and hedgerows in Japan and England. “LANDSCAPE INTERFACES Cultural Heritage in Changing Landscapes.”(Palang, H.& Fry, G.(Eds.),225pp), Kluwer, Academic Publishers, 53-69, 2003
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. A study of historical landscape changes and landscape evaluation by the local people in Amanohashidate. Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 67(5): 813-818, 2004
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Miyake, A. The relationships between the structure of paddy levees and the plant species diversity in cultural landscapes on the west side of Lake Biwa, Shiga, Japan. Landscape and Ecological Engineering1(2):191-199, 2005
  • Oku, H. Fukamachi, K. Evaluation structure of district identity in forest landscapes of Arashiyama Area, Kyoto City. J.JILA 68(5): 747-752, 2005
  • Oku H. Fukamachi, K. The differences in scenic perception of forest visitors through their attributes and recreational activity. Landscape and Urban Planning 75(1-2): 34-42, 2006
  • Horiuchi, M., Fukamachi, K. Oku, H., Morimoto, Y. Patterns in the use of forest resources in satoyama landscape in the western part of Shiga Prefecture based on two diaries of the late Meiji Period. Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 69(5): 705-710, 2006
  • Miyoshi, I. Fukamachi, K. Ohgishi, M. Oku, H. Water use and landscape formation based on topographic factors in two mountainous villages on the Tango Peninsula. Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 70(5): 683-688, 2007
  • Fukamachi, K. Oku, H. Miyoshi, I. Changes of Land Use and Vegetation in Satoyama Landscape of Tango Peninsula, Kyoto, Japan: Where are they Bound for? Woodland Cultures in Time and Space: tales from the past, messages for the future(Saratsi, E., Burgi, M., Johann, E., Kirby, K., Moreno, D. & Watkins, C. (Eds)):276-283 2009.
  • Oku, H. Ogawa, N. Horiuchi, M. Fukamachi, K. Traditional Farmhouses as Sources for Land Use History – a Case Study from the Satoyama Landscape in Japan Woodland Cultures in Time and Space: tales from the past, messages for the future(Saratsi, E., Burgi, M., Johann, E., Kirby, K., Moreno, D. & Watkins, C. (Eds)):284-290 2009.
  • Fukamachi, K. Ohgishi, M. Oku, H. Miyoshi, I. Horiuchi, M. Shibata, S. Changes in the rice terrace landscape and factors playing a role in the survival of the rice terraces in a mountainous area of the Tango peninsula. Journal of rural planning association 28: 315-320, 2010