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article (author version)Senzaki, Masayuki; Yamaura, Yuichi; Shoji, Yasushi; Kubo, Takahiro; Nakamura, FutoshiCitizens promote the conservation of flagship species more than ecosystem services in wetland restoration-Biological Conservation-Oct-2017
articleMameno, Kota; Kubo, Takahiro; Oguma, Hiroyuki; Amagai, Yukihiro; Shoji, YasushiDecline in the alpine landscape aesthetic value in a national park under climate change-Climatic Change-Feb-2022
articleMameno, Kota; Kubo, Takahiro; Ujiie, Kiyokazu; Shoji, YasushiFlagship species and certification types affect consumer preferences for wildlife-friendly rice labels-Ecological Economics-Feb-2023
bookchapterMameno, Kota; Kubo, Takahiro; Shoji, Yasushi; Tsuge, TakahiroHow to Engage Tourists in Invasive Carp Removal : Application of a Discrete Choice Model---11-Feb-2020
articleMameno, Kota; Kubo, Takahiro; Shoji, YasushiPrice premiums for wildlife‐friendly rice : Insights from Japanese retail data-Conservation Science and Practice-Jun-2021
articleKim, Hyerin; Shoji, Yasushi; Tsuge, Takahiro; Kubo, Takahiro; Nakamura, FutoshiRelational values help explain green infrastructure preferences : The case of managing crane habitat in Hokkaido, Japan-People and Nature-Aug-2021
articleMameno, Kota; Kubo, Takahiro; Suzuki, Takaaki; Tsuge, Takahiro; Shoji, YasushiSanitation is the greatest concern in outdoor cat management but ecological message frames promote biodiversity conservation in Japan-Environmental Conservation-4-Apr-2022
articleMameno, Kota; Kubo, Takahiro; Suzuki, MarikoSocial challenges of spatial planning for outdoor cat management in Amami Oshima Island, Japan-Global Ecology and Conservatio-Apr-2017
articleTakinami, Hiroto; Ishiyama, Nobuo; Hino, Takafumi; Kubo, Takahiro; Tomita, Kanji; Tsujino, Muku; Nakamura, FutoshiYoung citizen sensors for managing large carnivores: Lessons from 40 years of monitoring a brown bear population-Conservation Science and Practice-Sep-2021
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