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Connectivity of Hills,Humans and Oceans Challenge to Improvement of Watershed and Coastal Environments

Connectivity of Hills,Humans and Oceans Challenge to Improvement of Watershed and Coastal Environments

  • Natsuki Shimizu(ほか編)/ Field Science Education and Research Center,Kyoto University(監修)
  • Chapter 1 Aiming for comprehensive sustainability,from forest to sea
    • 1.1 Concept of CoHHO
    • 1.2 Linkage of chapters and sections
    • 1.3 Education of CoHHO to students and citizens
  • Chapter 2 Forest and Humanity
    • 2.1 Structure and function of forest ecosystems
    • 2.2 Forest ecosystem services
    • 2.3 History and future of forest resource utilization
    • 2.4 Forest management
    • 2.5 Future directions of forest management for improving watershed and coastal environments
  • Chapter 3 Getting along with the sato
    • 3.1 What is the sato?
    • 3.2 Ecosystem services and multifunctioning of the sato
    • 3.3 History of interactions between humans and the sato environment
    • 3.4 Current issues in the sato environment relating to human activities
    • 3.5 Future partnership between humans and the sato
  • Chapter 4 Rivers and human life in the watershed
    • 4.1 River Ecosystems
    • 4.2 How have the Japanese people interacted with river ecosystems?
    • 4.3 Disruption and restoration of rivers
  • Chapter 5 Anthropogenic impacts on marine ecosystems
    • 5.1 Coastal ecosystems
    • 5.2 Ecosystem services from coastal areas
    • 5.3 Relationship between coastal areas and humans:Toward sustainable mariculture
    • 5.4 Present situation and issues regarding the connectivity between terrestrial and coastal ecosystems
    • 5.5 Predicting and promoting the future state of coastal seas with special emphasis on Satoumi
  • Chapter 6 Forest and Humanity
    • 6.1 Externality and connectivity among natural and economic capitals from a sustainability perspective
    • 6.2 Will CoHHO Studies Herald a New Age?:Issues and Expectations