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educator , environmentalist

Nobumi Hasegawa, Japanese environmentalist, educator. Achievements include research in the effect of grazing yak behaviour on material circulation and floral diversity in eastern Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province, China; research in the behaviour and environmental effect of cattle grazing in young plantation of forest; research in the stress of cattle. Grantee, Japanese Society Promotion of Science, 1998—2001, 2003-2006.

Background

Hasegawa, Nobumi was born on November 12, 1948 in Sendai, Miyagi, Japan.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1992. Master of Science in Dairy Science, Obihiro University Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan, 1978.

Career

Researcher Tsuchiya Agricultural Machinery Factory, Obihiro, Japan, 1979—1989. Adviser Tohoku Orion Company, Sendai, Japan, 1989—1995. Associate professor University Miyazaki, Japan, 1995—2009, professor, since 2009.

Committee member Miyazaki Pref. Environmental Preservation Council, since 2009.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the effect of grazing yak behaviour on material circulation and floral diversity in eastern Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province, China. Research in the behaviour and environmental effect of cattle grazing in young plantation of forest. Research in the stress of cattle.

Membership

Committee member Miyazaki Prefectural Forest Delibelative Council, since 2004. Member of Japan Ethological Society, Asian-Australasian Association Animal Production Societies, International Society Applied Ethology, Japanese Society Applied Animal Behavior, Japanese Society Livestock Management, Japanese Society Animal Science (Tohoku Branch Research award 1994), Animal Production Environment Society Japan, Japanese Agricultural Systems Society, Society Agricultural Structures Japan, Society Vegetation Science, Japanese Society Immunology, Japanese Society Grassland Science.