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A University Forests lecture for HUSTEP (Hokkaido University Short-Term Exchange Program) on the ancient forest culture of Hokkaido University campus

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Title: A University Forests lecture for HUSTEP (Hokkaido University Short-Term Exchange Program) on the ancient forest culture of Hokkaido University campus
Authors: Watanabe, Yoko Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Koike, Takayoshi Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Mamiya, Haruhiro Browse this author
Koike, Akira Browse this author
Akibayashi, Yukio Browse this author
Tokita, Masuyo Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: 北海道大学農学部附属演習林
Journal Title: 北方森林保全技術
Volume: 26
Start Page: 44
End Page: 46
Abstract: Introduction:Hokkaido University campus has been designated a National Archelogical Site (K39 Site and K435 Site)(Yoshiwaki 1986, Kosugi 2003, 2005, 2008). Therefore, there there are many excavations related to ancient vegatation, such as seeds, pollen fossil, wooden tools and charred wood. These excavation allow us to estimate ancient forest vegetation and the wood utilization of ancient people who lived in the area of what is now Hokkaido University campus. Watanabe et al. (2005), the first author, has been identifying the buried ancient woods found at sites on Hokkaido University campus since 2003. The results, including charred wood, have been reported in archeological excavation reports. However, no one has summarized these results in relation to wood identification and pollen fossil analysis, or systematically organized the date concerning the ancient forest culture, i.e., ancient forest vegetation and wood utilization of ancient people who lived in the area of Hokkaido University. To clarify the ancient forest culture is important because it can lead to an understanding of how ancient people managed forests and we may learn from them forest managemanet techniques suitable for the current global climate changes. Hokkaido University Forests has developed a course on "Environmental Science for Biological Resources" as a part of "Hokkaido University Short Term Exchange Program", HUSTEP(Sasa and Koike 2002, Koike et al. 2006, 2007). To introduce "Ancient Forest Culture" of Hokkaido University campus, we created panels that summarize the results of the wood identification and pollen fossil analysis using the accumulated archeological data from excavations on Hokkaido University campus.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/67649
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