Yoshinori Shinohara
Yoshinori Shinohara
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Comparison of GIS-based landslide susceptibility models using frequency ratio, logistic regression, and artificial neural network in a tertiary region of Ambon, Indonesia
A Aditian, T Kubota, Y Shinohara
Geomorphology 318, 101-111, 2018
Effects of sample size on sap flux-based stand-scale transpiration estimates
T Kume, K Tsuruta, H Komatsu, T Kumagai, N Higashi, Y Shinohara, ...
Tree Physiology 30 (1), 129-138, 2010
Relationship between annual rainfall and interception ratio for forests across Japan
H Komatsu, Y Shinohara, T Kume, K Otsuki
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (5), 1189-1197, 2008
Azimuthal and radial variations in sap flux density and effects on stand-scale transpiration estimates in a Japanese cedar forest
Y Shinohara, K Tsuruta, A Ogura, F Noto, H Komatsu, K Otsuki, ...
Tree physiology 33 (5), 550-558, 2013
Stand-scale transpiration estimates in a Moso bamboo forest: II. Comparison with coniferous forests
H Komatsu, Y Onozawa, T Kume, K Tsuruta, T Kumagai, Y Shinohara, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (8), 1295-1302, 2010
Stand-scale transpiration estimates in a Moso bamboo forest:(I) Applicability of sap flux measurements
T Kume, Y Onozawa, H Komatsu, K Tsuruta, Y Shinohara, T Umebayashi, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (8), 1287-1294, 2010
Canopy conductance for a Moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) forest in western Japan
H Komatsu, Y Onozawa, T Kume, K Tsuruta, Y Shinohara, K Otsuki
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 156, 111-120, 2012
Throughfall partitioning by trees
DF Levia, K Nanko, H Amasaki, TW Giambelluca, N Hotta, S Iida, ...
Hydrological Processes 33 (12), 1698-1708, 2019
Forest canopy interception loss exceeds wet canopy evaporation in Japanese cypress (Hinoki) and Japanese cedar (Sugi) plantations
T Saito, H Matsuda, M Komatsu, Y Xiang, A Takahashi, Y Shinohara, ...
Journal of Hydrology 507, 287-299, 2013
Impact of climate change on runoff from a mid‐latitude mountainous catchment in central Japan
Y Shinohara, T Kumagai, K Otsuki, A Kume, N Wada
Hydrological Processes 23 (10), 1418-1429, 2009
Comparative modeling of the effects of intensive thinning on canopy interception loss in a Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica D. Don) forest of western Japan
Y Shinohara, DF Levia, H Komatsu, M Nogata, K Otsuki
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 214, 148-156, 2015
Comparisons of soil‐water content between a Moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) forest and an evergreen broadleaved forest in western Japan
Y Shinohara, K Otsuki
Plant Species Biology 30 (2), 96-103, 2015
Effects of plant roots on the soil erosion rate under simulated rainfall with high kinetic energy
Y Shinohara, S Otani, T Kubota, K Otsuki, K Nanko
Hydrological Sciences Journal 61 (13), 2435-2442, 2016
Spatial variations in throughfall in a Moso bamboo forest: sampling design for the estimates of stand‐scale throughfall
Y Shinohara, Y Onozawa, M Chiwa, T Kume, H Komatsu, K Otsuki
Hydrological processes 24 (3), 253-259, 2010
Characteristics of soil erosion in a moso-bamboo forest of western Japan: Comparison with a broadleaved forest and a coniferous forest
Y Shinohara, Y Misumi, T Kubota, K Nanko
Catena 172, 451-460, 2019
Differences in sap flux‐based stand transpiration between upper and lower slope positions in a Japanese cypress plantation watershed
T Kume, K Tsuruta, H Komatsu, Y Shinohara, A Katayama, J Ide, K Otsuki
Ecohydrology 9 (6), 1105-1116, 2016
Stand‐scale transpiration of two Moso bamboo stands with different culm densities
R Ichihashi, H Komatsu, T Kume, Y Onozawa, Y Shinohara, K Tsuruta, ...
Ecohydrology 8 (3), 450-459, 2015
Models to predict changes in annual runoff with thinning and clearcutting of Japanese cedar and cypress plantations in Japan
H Komatsu, Y Shinohara, K Otsuki
Hydrological Processes 29 (24), 5120-5134, 2015
Distribution of landslides caused by heavy rainfall events and an earthquake in northern Aso Volcano, Japan from 1955 to 2016
A Yano, Y Shinohara, H Tsunetaka, H Mizuno, T Kubota
Geomorphology 327, 533-541, 2019
Changes in peak flow with decreased forestry practices: Analysis using watershed runoff data
H Komatsu, Y Shinohara, T Kume, K Otsuki
Journal of environmental management 92 (6), 1528-1536, 2011
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