Masayuki Senzaki
Masayuki Senzaki
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Traffic noise reduces foraging efficiency in wild owls
M Senzaki, Y Yamaura, CD Francis, F Nakamura
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Mapping large‐scale bird distributions using occupancy models and citizen data with spatially biased sampling effort
M Higa, Y Yamaura, I Koizumi, Y Yabuhara, M Senzaki, S Ono
Diversity and Distributions 21 (1), 46-54, 2015
Urban permeability for birds: An approach combining mobbing-call experiments and circuit theory
A Shimazaki, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, Y Yabuhara, T Akasaka, ...
Urban forestry & urban greening 19, 167-175, 2016
Citizens promote the conservation of flagship species more than ecosystem services in wetland restoration
M Senzaki, Y Yamaura, Y Shoji, T Kubo, F Nakamura
Biological Conservation 214, 1-5, 2017
Tracking the Stejneger's stonechat Saxicola stejnegeri along the East Asian–Australian Flyway from Japan via China to southeast Asia
Y Yamaura, H Schmaljohann, S Lisovski, M Senzaki, K Kawamura, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (2), 197-202, 2017
The usefulness of top predators as biodiversity surrogates indicated by the relationship between the reproductive outputs of raptors and other bird species
M Senzaki, Y Yamaura, F Nakamura
Biological Conservation 191, 460-468, 2015
Surrogate species versus landscape metric: does presence of a raptor species explains diversity of multiple taxa more than patch area?
M Senzaki, Y Yamaura
Wetlands ecology and management 24 (4), 427-441, 2016
Suffering in receivers: Negative effects of noise persist regardless of experience in female anurans
M Senzaki, T Kadoya, CD Francis, N Ishiyama, F Nakamura
Functional Ecology 32 (8), 2054-2064, 2018
An evaluation of five agricultural habitat types for openland birds: abandoned farmland can have comparative values to undisturbed wetland
M Kitazawa, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, K Kawamura, M Hanioka, ...
Ornithological Science 18 (1), 3-16, 2019
Assessing the landscape-dependent restoration potential of abandoned farmland using a hierarchical model of bird communities
M Hanioka, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, S Yamanaka, K Kawamura, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 265, 217-225, 2018
How much abandoned farmland is required to harbor comparable species richness and abundance of bird communities in wetland? Hierarchical community model suggests the importance …
M Hanioka, Y Yamaura, S Yamanaka, M Senzaki, K Kawamura, A Terui, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 27 (8), 1831-1848, 2018
Role of flood-control basins as summer habitat for wetland species-A multiple-taxon approach
S Yamanaka, N Ishiyama, M Senzaki, J Morimoto, M Kitazawa, N Fuke, ...
Ecological Engineering 142, 105617, 2020
Scale dependency of two endangered charismatic species as biodiversity surrogates
M Higa, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, I Koizumi, T Takenaka, Y Masatomi, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 25 (10), 1829-1841, 2016
Seasonality in spatial distribution: Climate and land use have contrasting effects on the species richness of breeding and wintering birds
K Kawamura, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, M Ueta, F Nakamura
Ecology and evolution 9 (13), 7549-7561, 2019
Noise pollution alters matrix permeability for dispersing anurans: Differential effects among land covers
Y Nakano, M Senzaki, N Ishiyama, S Yamanaka, K Miura, F Nakamura
Global Ecology and Conservation 16, e00484, 2018
Can charismatic megafauna be surrogate species for biodiversity conservation? Mechanisms and a test using citizen data and a hierarchical community model
Y Yamaura, M Higa, M Senzaki, I Koizumi
Biodiversity Conservation Using Umbrella Species, 151-179, 2018
Foraging tactics and success of inter-and intra-specific kleptoparasites on Rhinoceros Auklets Cerorhinca monocerata
M Senzaki, Y Suzuki, Y Watanuki
Ornithological Science 13 (1), 1-8, 2014
Sensory pollutants alter bird phenology and fitness across a continent
M Senzaki, JR Barber, JN Phillips, NH Carter, CB Cooper, MA Ditmer, ...
Nature 587 (7835), 605-609, 2020
Direct and indirect effects of noise pollution alter biological communities in and near noise-exposed environments
M Senzaki, T Kadoya, CD Francis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1923), 20200176, 2020
Mobbing call experiment suggests the enhancement of forest bird movement by tree cover in urban landscapes across seasons
A Shimazaki, Y Yamaura, M Senzaki, Y Yabuhara, F Nakamura
Avian Conservation and Ecology 12 (1), Article 16, 2017
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