Major Publications (Nophea Sasaki)

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Chheng, K., Sasaki, N., Mizoue, N., Khorn, S., Kao, D. & Lowe, A. (2016) Assessment ofcarbon stocks of semi-evergreen forests in Cambodia. Global Ecology and Conservation 5, 34–47.

Chan, S., Sasaki, N. & Ninomiya, H. (2015) Carbon Emission Reductions by Substitution of Improved Cookstoves and Cattle Mosquito Nets in a Forest-Dependent Community. Global Ecology and Conservation 4, 434-444

Chheng, K., Mizoue, N., Khorn, S., Kao, D. & Sasaki, N. (2015) Tree-based approach to evaluate size dependence of residual tree damage caused by selective felling: Case study in tropical semi-evergreen forests of Cambodia. Forest Ecology and Management 356, 285-292

Sasaki, N., Chheng, K. & Ty, S. (2012) Managing production forests for timber production and carbon emission reductions under the REDD+ scheme. Environmental Science & Policy 23, 35–44

Sasaki, N., Owari, T., & Putz, E.F. (2011) Time to substitute wood bioenergy for nuclear power in Japan. Energies 4(7), 1051-1057

Etoh, H., Sasaki, N., Chay, S. & Ninomiya, H. (2011) Carbon emission reduction potentials through thinned wood in Japan. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry 4: 107-112.

Sasaki, N., Asner GP, Knorr W, Durst PB, Priyadi H & Putz FE (2011) Approaches to classifying and restoring degraded tropical forests for the anticipated REDD+ climate change mitigation mechanism. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry 4, 1-6

Sasaki, N. & Yoshimoto, A. (2010) Benefits of tropical forest management under the new climate change agreement—a case study in Cambodia. Environmental Science and Policy 13, 384-392

Etoh, H., Sasaki, N. (2010) Comparison of promotion policies of woody biomass utilization in European Union and Japan. Japanese Forestry Journal 92(2), 88-92 (in Japanese)

Sasaki, N. & Putz, F.E. (2009) Critical need for new definitions of forest and forest degradation in global climate change agreements. Conservation Letters 2, 226–232

Sasaki, N., Knorr, W., Foster, D.R., Ninomiya, H., Etoh, H., Chay, S., Kim, S. & Sun, S. (2009) Woody biomass and bioenergy potentials in Southeast Asia between 1990 and 2020. Applied Energy 86 (S1), S140-S150

Sasaki, N. & Kim, S. (2009) Biomass carbon sinks in Japanese forests: 1966–2012. Forestry 82(1), 113-123

Sasaki, N. (2006) Carbon emissions due to land-use change and logging in Cambodia- a modeling approach. Journal of Forest Research 11, 397-403

Kim, S., Kim Phat, N., Koike, M., & Hayashi H. (2006) Estimating actual and potential government revenues from timber harvesting in Cambodia. Forest Policy and Economics 8, 625- 635.

Kim Phat, N., Knorr, W. & Kim S., (2004) Appropriate measures for conservation of terrestrial carbon stocks – analysis of trends of forest management in Southeast Asia. Forest Ecology and Management 191, 283-299


Sasaki, N. (2015, Guest Editor) Carbon Emission Reductions and Removals in Tropical Forests. Special Issue, Land.

Parrotta, J.A., Wildburger, C. & Mansourian S. (Editors) (2012) Understanding Relationships between Biodiversity, Carbon, Forests and People: The Key to Achieving REDD+ Objectives. A Global Assessment Report prepared by the Global Forest Expert Panel on Biodiversity, Forest Management and REDD+. IUFRO 160pp.

Sasaki, N. (2012) Tropical Forestry Carbon Benefits. Japan Society of Forest Planning Press 228 pp.

Sasaki, N. and Yoshimoto (editors) (2008) A forest resource management and mathematical modeling.” FORMATH 7. Japan Society of Forest Planning Press, 272p.