Futoshi Nakamura
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Effects of coarse woody debris on morphology and sediment storage of a mountain stream system in western Oregon
F Nakamura, FJ Swanson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 18 (1), 43-61, 1993
4061993
Disturbance regimes of stream and riparian systems—a disturbance‐cascade perspective
F Nakamura, FJ Swanson, SM Wondzell
Hydrological Processes 14 (16‐17), 2849-2860, 2000
1892000
Distribution of coarse woody debris in a mountain stream, western Cascade Range, Oregon
F Nakamura, FJ Swanson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (12), 2395-2403, 1994
1551994
The influences of land-use changes on hydrology and riparian environment in a northern Japanese landscape
A Nagasaka, F Nakamura
Landscape ecology 14 (6), 543-556, 1999
1461999
Juvenile masu salmon (Oncorhynchus masou) abundance and stream habitat relationships in northern Japan
M Inoue, S Nakano, F Nakamura
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (6), 1331-1341, 1997
1351997
Effect of fine sediment deposition and channel works on periphyton biomass in the Makomanai River, northern Japan
H Yamada, F Nakamura
River Research and Applications 18 (5), 481-493, 2002
1182002
Influences of channelization on discharge of suspended sediment and wetland vegetation in Kushiro Marsh, northern Japan
F Nakamura, T Sudo, S Kameyama, M Jitsu
Geomorphology 18 (3-4), 279-289, 1997
1101997
Structure and composition of riparian forests with special reference to geomorphic site conditions along the Tokachi River, northern Japan
F Nakamura, T Yajima, S Kikuchi
Plant Ecology 133 (2), 209-219, 1997
1061997
Changes in riparian forests in the Kushiro Mire, Japan, associated with stream channelization
F Nakamura, M Jitsu, S Kameyama, S Mizugaki
River Research and Applications 18 (1), 65-79, 2002
992002
Effects of pasture development on the ecological functions of riparian forests in Hokkaido in northern Japan
F Nakamura, H Yamada
Ecological Engineering 24 (5), 539-550, 2005
872005
Braided river management: from assessment of river behaviour to improved sustainable development
H Piégay, G Grant, F Nakamura, N Trustrum
Braided rivers: process, deposits, ecology and management 36, 257-275, 2006
842006
Heat budget and statistical analysis of the relationship between stream temperature and riparian forest in the Toikanbetsu River basin, northern Japan
S Sugimoto, F Nakamura, A Ito
Journal of forest research 2 (2), 103-107, 1997
781997
Shifting mosaic in maintaining diversity of floodplain tree species in the northern temperate zone of Japan
F Nakamura, N Shin, S Inahara
Forest Ecology and Management 241 (1-3), 28-38, 2007
722007
Rapid shrinkage of Kushiro Mire, the largest mire in Japan, due to increased sedimentation associated with land-use development in the catchment
F Nakamura, S Kameyama, S Mizugaki
Catena 55 (2), 213-229, 2004
712004
Fish habitat rehabilitation using wood in the world
S Nagayama, F Nakamura
Landscape and Ecological Engineering 6 (2), 289-305, 2010
692010
Scale‐dependent controls upon the fluvial export of large wood from river catchments
JI Seo, F Nakamura
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (6), 786-800, 2009
682009
Factors controlling the fluvial export of large woody debris, and its contribution to organic carbon budgets at watershed scales
JI Seo, F Nakamura, D Nakano, H Ichiyanagi, KW Chun
Water Resources Research 44 (4), 2008
682008
Using dendrogeomorphology and 137Cs and 210Pb radiochronology to estimate recent changes in sedimentation rates in Kushiro Mire, Northern Japan, resulting from land use change …
S Mizugaki, F Nakamura, T Araya
Catena 68 (1), 25-40, 2006
662006
Some methodological developments in the analysis of sediment transport processes using age distribution of floodplain deposits
F Nakamura, S Kikuchi
Geomorphology 16 (2), 139-145, 1996
651996
Measuring hydraulic permeability in a streambed using the packer test
H Yamada, F Nakamura, Y Watanabe, M Murakami, T Nogami
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (13), 2507-2524, 2005
612005
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