Masashi Soga
Masashi Soga
Associate Professor, University of Tokyo
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Extinction of experience: the loss of human-nature interactions
M Soga, KJ Gaston
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (2), 94-101, 2016
Gardening is beneficial for health: a meta-analysis
M Soga, KJ Gaston, Y Yamaura
Preventive Medicine Reports 5, 92-99, 2017
Shifting baseline syndrome: causes, consequences, and implications
M Soga, KJ Gaston
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (4), 222-230, 2018
Both direct and vicarious experiences of nature affect children’s willingness to conserve biodiversity
M Soga, KJ Gaston, Y Yamaura, K Kurisu, K Hanaki
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13 (6), 529, 2016
Land sparing is crucial for urban ecosystem services
I Stott, M Soga, R Inger, KJ Gaston
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (7), 387-393, 2015
Land sharing vs. land sparing: does the compact city reconcile urban development and biodiversity conservation?
M Soga, Y Yamaura, S Koike, KJ Gaston
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (5), 1378-1386, 2014
Urban residents’ perceptions of neighbourhood nature: does the extinction of experience matter?
M Soga, KJ Gaston, TF Koyanagi, K Kurisu, K Hanaki
Biological Conservation 203, 143-150, 2016
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
Health benefits of urban allotment gardening: improved physical and psychological well-being and social integration
M Soga, DTC Cox, Y Yamaura, KJ Gaston, K Kurisu, K Hanaki
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 14 (1), 71, 2017
Patch size determines the strength of edge effects on carabid beetle assemblages in urban remnant forests
M Soga, N Kanno, Y Yamaura, S Koike
Journal of Insect Conservation 17 (2), 421-428, 2013
Mapping the potential extinction debt of butterflies in a modern city: implications for conservation priorities in urban landscapes
M Soga, S Koike
Animal Conservation 16 (1), 1-11, 2013
Relative importance of quantity, quality and isolation of patches for butterfly diversity in fragmented urban forests
M Soga, S Koike
Ecological Research 27 (2), 265-271, 2012
Personalised ecology
KJ Gaston, M Soga, JP Duffy, JK Garrett, S Gaston, DTC Cox
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33 (12), 916-925, 2018
What are the drivers of and barriers to children’s direct experiences of nature?
M Soga, T Yamanoi, K Tsuchiya, TF Koyanagi, T Kanai
Landscape and Urban Planning 180, 114-120, 2018
Patch isolation only matters for specialist butterflies but patch area affects both specialist and generalist species
M Soga, S Koike
Journal of Forest Research 18 (3), 270-278, 2013
Woodland remnants as an urban wildlife refuge: a cross-taxonomic assessment
M Soga, Y Yamaura, S Koike, KJ Gaston
Biodiversity and Conservation 23 (3), 649-659, 2014
Life-history traits affect vulnerability of butterflies to habitat fragmentation in urban remnant forests
M Soga, S Koike
Ecoscience 19 (1), 11-20, 2012
The role of dung beetles as a secondary seed disperser after dispersal by frugivore mammals in a temperate deciduous forest
S Koike, H Morimoto, C Kozakai, I Arimoto, M Soga, K Yamazaki, ...
Acta Oecologica 41, 74-81, 2012
Landscape versus local factors shaping butterfly communities in fragmented landscapes: does host plant diversity matter?
M Soga, T Kawahara, K Fukuyama, K Sayama, T Kato, M Shimomura, ...
Journal of Insect Conservation 19 (4), 781-790, 2015
Cross-generational decline in childhood experiences of neighborhood flowering plants in Japan
M Soga, KJ Gaston, T Kubo
Landscape and Urban Planning 174, 55-62, 2018
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