Hiroyuki Yokomizo
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Invasion in a heterogeneous world: resistance, coexistence or hostile takeover?
BA Melbourne, HV Cornell, KF Davies, CJ Dugaw, S Elmendorf, ...
Ecology letters 10 (1), 77-94, 2007
Managing the impact of invasive species: the value of knowing the density–impact curve
H Yokomizo, HP Possingham, MB Thomas, YM Buckley
Ecological Applications 19 (2), 376-386, 2009
What are the key drivers of spread in invasive plants: dispersal, demography or landscape: and how can we use this knowledge to aid management?
SR Coutts, RD van Klinken, H Yokomizo, YM Buckley
Biological invasions 13, 1649-1661, 2011
Harvest-based Bayesian estimation of sika deer populations using state-space models
K Yamamura, H Matsuda, H Yokomizo, K Kaji, H Uno, K Tamada, ...
Population Ecology 50, 131-144, 2008
Nonlinear behavior of the socio-economic dynamics for lake eutrophication control
Y Iwasa, T Uchida, H Yokomizo
Ecological Economics 63 (1), 219-229, 2007
Were the sharp declines of dragonfly populations in the 1990s in Japan caused by fipronil and imidacloprid? An analysis of Hill’s causality for the case of Sympetrum frequens
K Nakanishi, H Yokomizo, TI Hayashi
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (35), 35352–35364, 2018
Cost-efficient conservation for the white-banded tanager (Neothraupis fasciata) in the Cerrado, central Brazil
C Duca, H Yokomizo, MÂ Marini, HP Possingham
Biological Conservation 142 (3), 563-574, 2009
The behavior of multiple independent managers and ecological traits interact to determine prevalence of weeds
SR Coutts, H Yokomizo, YM Buckley
Ecological Applications 23 (3), 523-536, 2013
Cost-benefit analysis for intentional plant introductions under uncertainty
H Yokomizo, HP Possingham, PE Hulme, AC Grice, YM Buckley
Biological Invasions 14, 839-849, 2012
Meta‐models as a straightforward approach to the sensitivity analysis of complex models
SR Coutts, H Yokomizo
Population Ecology 56 (1), 7-19, 2014
Decision science for effective management of populations subject to stochasticity and imperfect knowledge
H Yokomizo, SR Coutts, HP Possingham
Population Ecology 56, 41-53, 2014
Optimal wind patterns for biological production in shelf ecosystems driven by coastal upwelling
H Yokomizo, LW Botsford, MD Holland, CA Lawrence, A Hastings
Theoretical Ecology 3, 53-63, 2010
Mate-choice copying as Bayesian decision making
T Uehara, H Yokomizo, Y Iwasa
The American Naturalist 165 (3), 403-410, 2005
Multiple-year optimization of conservation effort and monitoring effort for a fluctuating population
H Yokomizo, P Haccou, Y Iwasa
Journal of Theoretical Biology 230 (2), 157-171, 2004
Explanation of non-additive effects in mixtures of similar mode of action chemicals
M Kamo, H Yokomizo
Toxicology 335, 20-26, 2015
Paradox of nutrient removal in coupled socioeconomic and ecological dynamics for lake water pollution
Y Iwasa, Y Suzuki-Ohno, H Yokomizo
Theoretical Ecology 3, 113-122, 2010
Exploring the drivers of wildlife population dynamics from insufficient data by Bayesian model averaging
Y Osada, T Kuriyama, M Asada, H Yokomizo, T Miyashita
Population ecology 57, 485-493, 2015
Effects of systemic insecticides on the population dynamics of the dragonfly Sympetrum frequens in Japan: Statistical analyses using field census data from 2009 to 2016
K Nakanishi, T Uéda, H Yokomizo, TI Hayashi
Science of The Total Environment, 134499, 2020
The influence of time since introduction on the population growth of introduced species and the consequences for management
H Yokomizo, T Takada, K Fukaya, JG Lambrinos
Population Ecology 59, 89-97, 2017
Efficient management for the Hokkaido population of sika deer Cervus nippon in Japan: accounting for migration and management cost
H Ijima, A Fujimaki, U Ohta, K Yamamura, H Yokomizo, H Uno, H Matsuda
Population ecology 57, 397-408, 2015
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