Tetsuya Aikoh
Tetsuya Aikoh
Associate professor of landscape architecture, Hokkaido University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei res.agr.hokudai.ac.jp
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Preferences for and attitudes towards street flowers and trees in Sapporo, Japan
A Todorova, S Asakawa, T Aikoh
Landscape and urban planning 69 (4), 403-416, 2004
2472004
Reducing the extinction of experience: association between urban form and recreational use of public greenspace
M Soga, Y Yamaura, T Aikoh, Y Shoji, T Kubo, KJ Gaston
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 69-75, 2015
862015
How many people should be in the urban forest? A comparison of trail preferences of Vienna and Sapporo forest visitor segments
A Arnberger, T Aikoh, R Eder, Y Shoji, T Mieno
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 9 (3), 215-225, 2010
732010
Heterogeneous preferences for social trail use in the urban forest: A latent class model
T Mieno, Y Shoji, T Aikoh, A Arnberger, R Eder
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 19, 20-28, 2016
162016
Factors influencing visitors to suburban open space areas near a northern Japanese city
T Aikoh, R Abe, R Kohsaka, M Iwata, Y Shoji
Forests 3 (2), 155-165, 2012
152012
A decision support model for traffic congestion in protected areas: A case study of Shiretoko National Park
K Ishikawa, N Hachiya, T Aikoh, Y Shoji, K Nishinari, A Satake
Tourism Management Perspectives 8, 18-27, 2013
112013
Analysis of economic effect of green spaces on land price in residential areas by hedonic approach
T Aikoh, N Sakiyama, Y Shoji
Landscape Research Japan 71 (5), 727-730, 2008
82008
Enlargement of bare grounds at campsites in Daisetsuzan National Park
T Aikoh
Transactions of the 9th environmental information science, 1995, 63-68, 1995
71995
STUDY ON CROWDING PERCEPTION OF VISITORS IN DAISETSUZAN NATIONAL PARK
T Aikou, S Asakawa, A Kobayashi
JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 55 (5), 223-228, 1992
61992
Managin g conflicting attitudes: National parks in Iceland and Japan
H Schaller, HI Jónasson, T Aikoh
Tourismos: An International Multidisciplinary Journal of Tourism 8 (2), 21-38, 2013
52013
Monitoring Trampling Impacts from the Disposal of Human Waste at Campsites
T Aikoh
Visitor Management in Nature-based Tourism-Strategies and Success Factors …, 2008
52008
Attitudes oftheresidents toward private gardening in Megumino, Hokkaido
A Kawane, T Aikoh, S Asakawa
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 63 (5), 695-700, 2000
52000
A cultivated poppy (Papaver sp.) invades wild habitats of Papaver fauriei in the mountain area of Rishiri Island, Japan
M Yamagishi, E Yoshida, T Aikoh, T Kondo, H Takahashi
Landscape and Ecological Engineering 6 (2), 155-159, 2010
42010
Attitudes towards street flowers in Sapporo
A Todorova, S Asakawa, T Aikoh
J. Jpn. Inst. Landscape Architecture 65 (5), 717-722, 2002
42002
Understanding services from ecosystem and facilities provided by urban green spaces: A use of partial profile choice experiment
H Kim, Y Shoji, T Tsuge, T Aikoh, K Kuriyama
Forest Policy and Economics 111, 102086, 2020
32020
Mountaineers' Perception of Human Impact and Attitude to Human Waste Disposal in Daisetsuzan National Park
T Aikoh
Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects 62, 703-708, 1995
31995
Application of the double-bounded dichotomous choice model to the estimation of crowding acceptability in natural recreation areas
T Aikoh, Y Shoji, T Tsuge, S Shibasaki, K Yamamoto
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 2018
22018
Comparison of motivations and crowding preferences between Austrian and Japanese urban forest visitors
T Aikoh, A Arnberger, Y Shoji, T Mieno, R Eder
Management for protection and sustainable development. Proceedings of the …, 2008
22008
The Motivation
A Todorova, S Asakawa, T Aikoh
Problems and Opinions of Residents Involved in Street Flower-Planting in …, 2004
22004
Study on the change of beach plants cover area on Ishikari coast
H Matsushima
Environmental Information Science 14, 295-300, 2000
22000
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