Kaoru Kakinuma

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KAORU KAKINUMA

Email:kkakinuma@shu.edu.cn


Narrative Biography

KAORU KAKINUMAis an Associate Professor of the Population and Environment/Climate Change research pillar in the Asian Demographic Research Institute. Her overarching research interest is “Human-environmental interactions in changing environments”. Her research involves assessments of climate change impacts on social-ecological systems, especially she focuses on climate-driven human migration. She is currently investigating how future climate changes affect pastoral societies (e.g. pastoralists’ migration, economic differences) and assessing their vulnerability and resilience to climate changes. She is investigating flood-induced population displacements in the world. Shed was an Assistant Professor at Tohoku University in Japan, a JSPS (Japan Society of Promotion of Science) research fellow and a visiting scholar at Columbia University and NASA Goddard Institute of Space Sciences. She completed her PhD at Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Science, The University of Tokyo.


Education

2007 B. Agr. Department of Life Science, Tamagawa University, Tokyo

2009 M. Agr. Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo

2013 Ph.D. Agr. Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo


Main Professional Employment and Experience

2009 - 2010 Research Assistant for Global COE program “Asian Conservation Ecology”

2013 - 2014 Post-Doctorial Researcher for the Global Environment Research Fund of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan “Biodiversity of dryland ecosystem and sustainability of pastoralism in Northeast Asia”

2014 - 2015 Post-Doctorial Researcher for CREST, Japan Science Technology Agency “Sustainable water resource management in the world”

2015 - 2018 JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PD), Tokyo Institute of Technology

2016 - 2018Visiting Scientist, Columbia University/ NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies

2018 - 2019 Assistant Professor, Tohoku University

2019 - present Associate Professor, Shanghai University

2019 - present Associate Professor, Tohoku University


Selected Publications

Kakinuma K., Puma J. M., Hirabayashi Y., Tanoue M., Baptista A.E. and Kanae S. 2020 Flood-induced population displacements in the world.Environmental Research Letters, 15 124029 DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/abc586.https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/abc586

Baptista A. E., Kakinuma K. and Queiroz L. B. (2020) Association between Cardiovascular Mortality and Economic Development: A Spatio-Temporal Study for Prefectures in Japan.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,17(4), 1311.https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17041311

Kakinuma K., Yanagawa A., Sasaki T., Rao M.P. and Kanae S. (2019) Socio-ecological interactions in a changing climate: A review of the Mongolian pastoral system.Sustainability, 11, 5883.https://doi.org/10.3390/su11215883

Lukman M.K., Quevedo M.D. J., Kakinuma K., Uchiyama Y. and Kohsaka R. (2019) Indonesia Provincial Spatial Plans on mangroves in era of decentralization: Application of content analysis to 27 provinces and “blue carbon” as overlooked components,Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/13416979.2019.1679328https://doi.org/10.1080/13416979.2019.1679328

Puma J.M., Chon Y.S., Kakinuma K., Kummu M., Muttarak R., Seager R. and Wada Y. (2018) A developing food crisis and potential refugee movements,Nature Sustainability, 1, 380-382.https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-018-0123-z


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Kaoru Kakinuma

创建时间:  2020-11-05  樊杰   浏览次数:   返回

KAORU KAKINUMA

Email:kkakinuma@shu.edu.cn


Narrative Biography

KAORU KAKINUMAis an Associate Professor of the Population and Environment/Climate Change research pillar in the Asian Demographic Research Institute. Her overarching research interest is “Human-environmental interactions in changing environments”. Her research involves assessments of climate change impacts on social-ecological systems, especially she focuses on climate-driven human migration. She is currently investigating how future climate changes affect pastoral societies (e.g. pastoralists’ migration, economic differences) and assessing their vulnerability and resilience to climate changes. She is investigating flood-induced population displacements in the world. Shed was an Assistant Professor at Tohoku University in Japan, a JSPS (Japan Society of Promotion of Science) research fellow and a visiting scholar at Columbia University and NASA Goddard Institute of Space Sciences. She completed her PhD at Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Science, The University of Tokyo.


Education

2007 B. Agr. Department of Life Science, Tamagawa University, Tokyo

2009 M. Agr. Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo

2013 Ph.D. Agr. Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo


Main Professional Employment and Experience

2009 - 2010 Research Assistant for Global COE program “Asian Conservation Ecology”

2013 - 2014 Post-Doctorial Researcher for the Global Environment Research Fund of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan “Biodiversity of dryland ecosystem and sustainability of pastoralism in Northeast Asia”

2014 - 2015 Post-Doctorial Researcher for CREST, Japan Science Technology Agency “Sustainable water resource management in the world”

2015 - 2018 JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PD), Tokyo Institute of Technology

2016 - 2018Visiting Scientist, Columbia University/ NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies

2018 - 2019 Assistant Professor, Tohoku University

2019 - present Associate Professor, Shanghai University

2019 - present Associate Professor, Tohoku University


Selected Publications

Kakinuma K., Puma J. M., Hirabayashi Y., Tanoue M., Baptista A.E. and Kanae S. 2020 Flood-induced population displacements in the world.Environmental Research Letters, 15 124029 DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/abc586.https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/abc586

Baptista A. E., Kakinuma K. and Queiroz L. B. (2020) Association between Cardiovascular Mortality and Economic Development: A Spatio-Temporal Study for Prefectures in Japan.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,17(4), 1311.https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17041311

Kakinuma K., Yanagawa A., Sasaki T., Rao M.P. and Kanae S. (2019) Socio-ecological interactions in a changing climate: A review of the Mongolian pastoral system.Sustainability, 11, 5883.https://doi.org/10.3390/su11215883

Lukman M.K., Quevedo M.D. J., Kakinuma K., Uchiyama Y. and Kohsaka R. (2019) Indonesia Provincial Spatial Plans on mangroves in era of decentralization: Application of content analysis to 27 provinces and “blue carbon” as overlooked components,Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/13416979.2019.1679328https://doi.org/10.1080/13416979.2019.1679328

Puma J.M., Chon Y.S., Kakinuma K., Kummu M., Muttarak R., Seager R. and Wada Y. (2018) A developing food crisis and potential refugee movements,Nature Sustainability, 1, 380-382.https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-018-0123-z


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