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アジア森林圏の環境変動と生態系応答を把捉する長期観測フィールドのネットワーク構築

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The University of Tokyo Forests has adopted the research exchange project entitled “A research hub of long-term forest monitoring field centers on environmental changes and ecosystem responses: Collaborating for data, knowledge and young researchers” (Project Coordinator: Prof. Naoto Kamata) for the Core-to-Core Program FY 2019 (B. Asia-Africa Science Platforms) by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. This project aims to strengthen and expand our multilateral research cooperation network that has established through the previous research exchange project “Developing a network of long-term research field stations to monitor environmental changes and ecosystem responses in Asian forests” as the Core-to-Core Program FY 2016. We implement this project in collaboration with core institutions in eight countries/regions (Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka) that hold or manage university forests and research sites in Asia. It aims to create new scientific knowledge on environmental changes and ecosystem responses, to network core field centers for long-term, stable and continuous forest monitoring, and to promote long-term data accumulation, international research collaboration, and young researcher training.



The University of Tokyo Forests, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences,
The University of Tokyo

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