Updated on 2024/05/07

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ENARI Hiroto
 
Title
Professor
Date of Birth
1980
Contact information
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Laboratory Phone number
+81-235-28-2925
 
Laboratory Fax number
+81-235-28-2925
 

Research Areas

  • Others / Others

  • Life Science / Ecology and environment

  • Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Conservation of biological resources

  • wildlife management

  • Life Science / Ecology and environment

  • Life Science / Biodiversity and systematics

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Graduating School

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture

    2002.03, Graduated

Graduate School

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Graduate School, Division of Agriculture

    Master's Course, 2004.03, Completed

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Graduate School, Division of Agricltural Sciences

    Doctor's Course, 2007.03, Completed

Degree

  • Doctor (Agriculture), Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, 2007.03

External Career

  • , Special researcher of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2007.04 - 2009.11

  • , Assistant Professor, 2009.12 - 2013.03

 

Research Career

  • Socio-ecology of Japanese macaques in heavy snow areas, 2001.04 -

  • Biodiversity-conscious design of conifer plantation management, 2007.04 -

  • Habitat evaluations of large mammal species, 2007.04 -

  • Influences of recovering mammal populations on local ecosystem processes, 2011.04 -

Papers

  • Worldwide soundscape ecology patterns across realms, bioRxiv, 2024.04

    Kevin FA Darras, Rodney Rountree, Steven Van Wilgenburg, Lijun Dong, Amandine Gasc, Youfang Chen, Tzu-Hao Lin, Patrick Mauritz Diaz, Shih-Hung Wu, Marcus Salton, Sarah Marley, Anna F Cord, Leandro Apa...

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Differences in spatial niche of terrestrial mammals when facing extreme snowfall: the case in east Asian forests, Frontiers in Zoology, 21 3, 2024.02

    Hiroto Enari, Haruka S. Enari, Tatsuhito Sekiguchi, Motohisa Tanaka, Sohsuke Suzuki

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Developing a system model for articulating the social–ecological impacts of species reintroduction, Ecology and Society, accepted , 2024

    Ryo Sakurai, Takuro Uehara, Hiroshi Tsunoda, Hiroto Enari, Richard C. Stedman, Ayumi Onuma

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Public attitude and intention toward engaging in reintroduction of wolves to Japan , Conservation Biology, 37(6) e14130 , 2023.12

    Ryo Sakurai, Hiroshi Tsunoda, Hiroto Enari, Richard C. Stedman

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Bioacoustic monitoring to determine addiction levels of primates to the human sphere: A feasibility study on Japanese macaques, American Journal of Primatology, 85(12) e23558 , 2023.10

    Enari H, Enari HS

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Diet-related factors strongly shaped the gut microbiota of Japanese macaques, American Journal of Primatology, 85(12) e23555, 2023.09

    Wanyi Lee, Takashi Hayakawa, Mieko Kiyono, Naoto Yamabata, Hiroto Enari, Haruka S. Enari, Shiho Fujita, Tatsuro Kawazoe, Takayuki Asai, Toru Oi, Takashi Kondo, Takeharu Uno, Kentaro Seki, Masaki Shima...

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Gait patterns in snow — a possible criterion to differentiate sika deer and Japanese serow tracks, Mammal Study, 48(1) 69-73, 2023.01

    Enari H, Akamatsu M, Yamashita J, Kanayama N, Iida M, Enari HS

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Comparison of perceptions regarding the reintroduction of river otters and oriental storks in Japan, Cogent Social Sciences, 8(1) 2115656, 2022.12

    Sakurai R, Stedman RC, Tsunoda H, Enari H, Uehara T

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Multiphase processes of seed dispersals via masked palm civets as a non-native species in cool-temperate forests of northern Japan, Acta Oecologica, 117 103872, 2022.11

    Onodera S, Enari HS, Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Optimizing habitat connectivity among macaque populations in modern Japan, Conservation Science and Practice, 4(11) e12824, 2022.11

    Hiroto Enari, Hironori Seino, Takeharu Uno, Yoshiki Morimitsu, Masaaki Takiguchi, Katsuya Suzuki, Yamato Tsuji, Naoto Yamabata, Mieko Kiyono, Hisaaki Akaza, Shigeyuki Izumiyama, Toru Oi, Hiroshi Ebiha...

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Preface, Primate Research, 38(1) 3, 2022.06

    Yamato TSUJI, Hiroto ENARI

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Habitat selection by non-native masked palm civets in a Japanese rural landscape, incorporating individual differences, Journal of Mammalogy, 103(3) 608-617, 2022.01

    Ayaka Toriyabe, Hiroto Enari, Haruka S Enari, Masayuki U Saito

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Ecological consequences of herbivory by Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) on succession patterns of tree assemblages: a case of snowy regions in Japan , American Journal of Primatology, 83(9) e23317, 2021.08

    Enari H, Enari HS

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Preface: The frontline of the researches on conservation and management of Japanese macaques , Mammal Study, 46(2) 95-96, 2021.05

    Tsuji Y, Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Human–macaque conflicts in shrinking communities: recent achievements and challenges in problem solving in modern Japan, Mammal Study, 46(2) 115-130, 2021.04

    Enari, Hiroto

    Single Author

  • Reasons for the dissatisfaction of residents with the recent reduction in the amount of crop damage by Japanese macaques―A case study in a typical depopulating prefecture in northern Japan , Mammal Study, 46(2) 153-160, 2021.04

    Enari S.H, Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Not avian but mammalian scavengers efficiently consume carcasses under heavy snowfall conditions: a case from northern Japan, MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY, 101(4) 419-428, 2021.01

    Enari Hiroto, Enari Haruka S.

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Mammalian fauna of the Kaminagawa Experimental Forest of Yamagata University detected by camera traps, Tohoku Journal of Forest Science, 25(1) 37-40, 2020.10

    Ryoga Watabe, Masayuki Saito, Haruka Enari, Hiroto Enari

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Evaluating mammal assemblages in undisturbed beech forests with camera traps: A case study in the Shirakami Mountains, northern Japan, Wildlife and Human Society, 8 1-4, 2020.09

    Hiroto Enari, Haruka S. Enari

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • A strategy for wildlife management in depopulating rural areas of Japan, Conservation Biology, 34(4) 819-828, 2020.08

    Tsunoda H, Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Factors affecting attitudes toward reintroduction of wolves in Japan , Global Ecology and Conservation, 22 e01036, 2020.03

    Sakurai R, Tsunoda H, Enari H, Siemer W, Uehara T, Stedman R

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Efficacy of voice trap to realize lag-phase management of sika deer population, Mammalian Science, 60(1) 75-84, 2020

    Hiroto Enari, Haruka S. Enari

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Legislative scan: Overview of the policies in relation to biodiversity—For closing research-implementation gap—, Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology, 24(1) 135-149, 2019.07

    Takeshi Osawa, Tatsuya Amano, Takafumi Ohsawa, Yasuo Takahashi, Gen Sakurai, Takaaki Nishida, Hiroto Enari, equally contributed

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • An evaluation of the efficiency of passive acoustic monitoring in detecting deer and primates in comparison with camera traps, Ecological Indicators, 98 753-762, 2019.03

    Enari H, Enari SH, Okuda K, Maruyama T, Okuda NK

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Crop species damaged by wild Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata), Primate Research, 34(2) 153-159, 2018.12

    Yamato Tsuji, Masaaki Takiguchi, Emiko Ashida, Toru Oi, Takeharu Uno, Yousuke Otani, Hiroto Enari, Hiroshi Ebihara, Masaaki Koganezawa, Katsuya Suzuki, Yasunori Seino, Naoto Yamabata

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • How to connect between pure sciences and practical learnings, Primate Research, 34(2) 119-124, 2018.12

    ENARI Hiroto, OTANI Yosuke, TAKIGUCHI Masaaki, TSUJI Yamato (equally contributed)

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Early-stage ecological influences of population recovery of large mammals on dung beetle assemblages in heavy snow areas, Acta Oecologica, 92 7-15, 2018.08

    Enari H, Koike S, Enari SH, Seki Y, Okuda K, Kodera Y

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • On the "Going up north" of wildboars and sika deer, Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science), 58(1) 79-81, 2018

    Yokohata Yasushi, Yamazaki Yuji, Tamate Hidetoshi, Enari Hiroto, Murase Kaoru, Nakatani Jun

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • New attempts of macaque management: rethinking the relationship between science and society, Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science), 58(1) 121-122, 2018

    Enari Hiroto, Tsuji Yamato, Otani Yosuke, Takiguchi Masaaki, Suzuki Katsuya

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Feasibility assessment of active and passive acoustic monitoring of sika deer populations, Ecological Indicators, 79 155-162, 2017.08

    Enari H, Enari (Sakamaki) H, Okuda K, Yoshita M, Kuno T, & Okuda (Nomoto) K

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Integrated approaches to resolve human-macaque conflicts in depopulating societies, Mammalian Science, 56(2) 241-249, 2016.12

    Katsuya Suzuki, Hiroto Enari, Naoto Yamabata, Hironori Seino, Takeharu Uno, Yoshiki Morimitsu, Masaaki Takiguchi

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Ecological role of Japanese macaques in maintaining biological diversity in heavy snowfall areas, Primate Research, 32(1) 3-16, 2016.06

    ENARI Hiroto, ENARI Haruka

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Ecological implications of mammal feces buried in snow through dung beetle activities, Journal of Forest Research, 21 92-98, 2016.01

    Enari H, Koike S, & Sakamaki-Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Population control of wild Japanese macaques: Update on the current status based on a nationwide survey, Mammmalian Science, 55(1) 43-52, 2015.07

    ENARI Hiroto, WATANABE Kunio, TOKIDA Kunihiko

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Testing social-psychological theories to predict residents' behavioral intentions regarding wildlife issues - Application of Theory of Planned Behavior and Wildlife Acceptance Capacity Model -, Mammalian Science, 54(2) 219-230, 2014.12

    SAKURAI Ryo, ENARI Hiroto, MATSUDA Naoko, MARUYAMA Tetsuya

    Multiple Authorship (Only Japanese)

  • Predicting patterns of intentional introduction of non-native largemouth bass into farm ponds in northeastern Japan, Ecological Research, 30(1) 15-24, 2014.09

    Tsunoda H, Mitsuo Y, Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Synergistic effects of primates and dung beetles on soil seed accumulation in snow regions, Ecological Research, 69 653-660, 2014.05

    Enari H, & Sakamaki-Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Impact assessment of dam construction and forest management for Japanese macaque habitats in snowy areas, American Journal of Primatology, 76(3) 271-280, 2014.03

    Enari H, & Sakamaki-Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Seasonal changes and altitudinal variation in deer fecal pellet decay, European Journal of Wildlife Research, 59 765-768, 2013.09

    Koike S, Soga M, Enari H, Kozakai C, & Nemoto Y

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Influences of different large mammalian fauna on dung beetle diversity in beech forests, Journal of Insect Science, 13(54) , 2013.06

    Enari H, Koike S, & Sakamaki H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Influence of heavy snow on the feeding behavior of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) in northern Japan, American Journal of Primatology, 25 534-544, 2013.06

    Enari H, & Sakamaki-Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Resource use of Japanese macaques in heavy snowfall areas: implications for habitat management, Primates , 54(3) 259-269, 2013.06

    Enari H, & Sakamaki-Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Landscape-scale evaluation of habitat uses by sympatric mammals foraging for bark and buds in a heavy snowfall area of northern Japan, Acta Theriologica, 57(2) 173-183, 2012.03

    Enari H, & Sakamaki H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Activity-specific evaluation of winter habitat use by Japanese macaques in snow areas, northern Japan: implications for conifer plantation management, Forest Ecology and Management, 270 19-24, 2012.02

    Sakamaki H, & Enari H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Assessing the diversity of dung beetle assemblages utilizing Japanese monkey feces in cool-temperate forests, Journal of Forest Research, 16(6) 456-464, 2011.11

    Enari H, Koike S, & Sakamaki H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Winter food abundance for Japanese monkeys in differently aged Japanese cedar plantations in snowy regions, Mammal Study , 36(1) 1-10, 2011.01

    Sakamaki H, Enari H, Aoi T, & Kunisaki T

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Estimation of abundance and distribution of Japanese macaques using track-counts in snow, Acta Theriologica, 56(3) 255-265, 2011.01

    Enari H, & Sakamaki H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Abundance and morphology of Japanese mulberry trees in response to the distribution of Japanese macaques in snowy areas, International Journal of Primatology , 31(5) 904-919, 2010.01

    Enari H, & Sakamaki H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Risk of Agricultural and Property Damage associated with the Recovery of Japanese Monkey Populations, Landscape and Urban Planning, 97 83-91, 2010.01

    Enari H, & Suzuki T

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Socio-ecological effects of monkey patrol on Japanese monkeys in Nishimeya Village, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, Biosphere Conservation, 7(2) 57-81, 2006.01

    Enari H, Maruyama N, & Sakamaki H

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

  • Monkeys patrols and rural tourism in Nishimeya Village, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, Biosphere Conservation, 7(1) 11-28, 2005.01

    Enari H, & Maruyama N

    Multiple Authorship (Including Foreigners)

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Books

  • High Altitude Primates (Grow N, Gursky S, & Krztn A. eds.), Springer , 2014.01

    Enari H

  • Wolves: Biology, Behavior and Conservation (Maia A & Crussi HF, eds.), Nova Science Publishers, 2012.03

    Tsunoda H, Enari H

Review Papers

  • Video clips_Food caching and retrieving behaviors by a red fox, Vulpes vulpes, in a coniferous forest, in Minami-aizu, Fukushima, Japan, figshare, 2023.09

    Hiroshi Tsunoda, Hiroto Enari, Haruka S. Enari

  • Developing“voice trapping method"as a novel low-cost technique to monitor macaque populations, The Asahi Glass Foundation, Report of Grant-Supported Research The Asahi Glass Foundation, 92(0) n/a, 2023

    Enari Hiroto

Academic Awards Received

  • Takashima Award, 2015.07.19, Japan, ENARI, Hiroto

  • Incentive award, 2015.07, Japan, ENARI Hiroto

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B),2024.04 - 2028.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for challenging Exploratory Research,2023.06 - 2026.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B),2021.04 - 2026.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C),2020.04 - 2023.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B),2018.04 - 2021.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(A),2014.04 - 2018.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(B),2011.04 - 2014.03

  • Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows,2007.04 - 2009.03

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Presentations

  • NParks Wildlife Management Webinar Series (Singapore), International presentation, 2022.08, Wildlife Management in Japan, Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech

  • Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conference, International presentation, 2022.05, Public attitudes toward reintroduction of wolves in Japan, Oral presentation (general)

  • Ecological Society of Japan, Domestic presentation, 2019.03, Voice traps are more effective than camera traps to detect deer and primates, Poster presentation

  • Pathways Europe 2018, International presentation, 2018.09, Evaluation of Macaque Management Policy in Japan, Poster presentation

  • 12th International Mammalogical Congress, International presentation, 2017.07, Effects of beechnut productions on spatio-temporal variations in mammal assemblages in cool-temperate forests of eastern Japan, Poster presentation

  • 12th International Mammalogical Congress, International presentation, 2017.07, Verifying the efficacy of passive acoustic monitoring for sika deer populations, Poster presentation

  • Conservation Asia 2016, International presentation, 2016.07, Impacts of abandoned conifer plantations on habitat conservation of Japanese macaques in snowy areas, Symposium, workshop panel (public)

  • Conservation Asia 2016, International presentation, 2016.07, Primates in heavy snow regions: ecological functions and conservation issues, Symposium, workshop panel (public)

  • Conservation Asia 2016, International presentation, 2016.07, Who uses eliminated wild boar (Sus scrofa) contaminated by radioactivity materials?, Poster presentation

  • Vth International Wildlife Management Congress 2015, International presentation, 2015.07, The Japan Syndrome and expanding human-monkey conflicts: present situation and future prospects, Symposium, workshop panel (public)

  • Vth International Wildlife Management Congress 2015, International presentation, 2015.07, Identifying Risk of Agricultural and Property Damage from Increasing Wild Mammal Populations in Shrinking Human Society, Poster presentation

  • Vth International Wildlife Management Congress 2015, International presentation, 2015.07, A Preliminary Review on the Factors Regulating the Strength of Top-down Trophic Cascades Following Wolf Recolonization, Poster presentation

  • The Annual Meeting of the Mammalogical Society of Japan 2012, Domestic presentation, 2012.09, Newspaper coverage of wildlife management, Poster presentation

  • The Annual Meeting of the Mammalogical Society of Japan 2012, Domestic presentation, 2012.09, Comparison of habitat uses by 3 mammals foraging for bark and buds in heavy snow areas, Poster presentation

  • The Annual Meeting of the Mammalogical Society of Japan 2012, Domestic presentation, 2012.09, Winter food abundance for Japanese macaques in differently-managed conifer plantations in snow region, Poster presentation

  • The Wildlife Society, 18th annual conference, International presentation, 2011.11, Influence of establishing coniferous plantations on habitat use by Japanese macaques in cool-temperate forests in north Japan, Poster presentation

  • The Wildlife Society, 18th annual conference, International presentation, 2011.11, Landscape-scale comparison of habitat use by montane and rural troops of Japanese macaques in cool-temperate forests in northern Japan, Poster presentation

  • International Workshop on Ecological Informatics of Chaos and Complex Systems, International presentation, 2006.03, Roles of Monkey-patrols by Urbanites in Nishimeya Village, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, Poster presentation

  • International of Mammalogical Congress 9, International presentation, 2005.07, Role of Monkey-driving by Urbanites in Nishimeya Village, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, Poster presentation

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