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ASADA Haruhisa

    Faculty Division of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Group of History,Sociology and Geography Associate Professor
Last Updated :2021/07/07

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Degree

  • Doctor of Area Study, Kyoto University

Research Interests

  • climate change gender border area land use muslim caste Tai indigenous knowledge rice flood Monsoon Bangladesh India Brahmaputra Assamese Assam 

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Human geography, Cultural Ecology
  • Humanities & social sciences, Geography, Climatology
  • Humanities & social sciences, Local studies, Area Study

Research Experience

  • Apr. 2020, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, 共同研究員
  • Apr. 2016, Nara Women's University, Faculty Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, Associate Professor
  • Apr. 2015, Hiroshima University, The Center for Contemporary India Studies, 客員研究員
  • Jun. 2017 Mar. - 2018, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, 共同研究員
  • Apr. 2013 Mar. - 2016, Nara Women's University, Lecturer
  • Apr. 2011 Mar. - 2014, Tokyo Metropolitan University, 客員研究員
  • Apr. 2011 Apr. - 2013, JSPS, Post Doctoral Research Fellow
  • Apr. 2007 Mar. - 2009, JSPS, Research Fellow

Awards

  • 日本地理学会賞(論文発信部門), Mar. 2021

Published Papers

  • Landholding structure and rural land use pattern in the Brahmaputra floodplain: A comparative study of villages from upper and lower Assam

    Nityananda Deka; Haruhisa Asada; Abani Kumar Bhagabati

    2018, Transactions: Journal of the Institute of Indian Geographers, 40 (1), 71 - 81

  • Rice-based cropping system of different ethnic groups across the Brahmaputra floodplain in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    Dec. 2017, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 11 (1&2), 67 - 70

  • Hydrological environment and Boro rice cultivation in Bangladesh and Assam

    Haruhisa Asada; Daisaku Sakai; Jun Matsumoto; Wataru Takeuchi

    Dec. 2017, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 11 (1&2), 25 - 29

  • Dominant Synoptic Disturbance in the Extreme Rainfall at Cherrapunji, Northeast India, Based on 104 Years of Rainfall Data (1902-2005)

    Fumie Murata; Toru Terao; Hatsuki Fujinami; Taiichi Hayashi; Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto; Hiambok J. Syiemlieh

    The characteristics of active rainfall spells (ARSs) at Cherrapunji, northeast India, where extreme high rainfall is experienced, and their relationships with large-scale dynamics were studied using daily rainfall data from 1902 to 2005 and Japanese 55-Year Reanalysis from 1958 to 2005. Extreme high daily rainfalls occur in association with ARSs. The extremely large amounts of rainfall in the monsoon season are determined by the cumulative rainfall during ARSs. ARSs start when anomalous anticyclonic circulation (AAC) at 850 hPa propagates westward from the South China Sea and western North Pacific, and covers the northern Bay of Bengal. The AAC propagates farther westward and suppresses convection over central India during ARSs at Cherrapunji, and continues for 3 to 14 days. Consequently, a northward shift of the monsoon trough during the "break'' in the Indian core region occurs. The westerly wind, which prevails in the northern portion of the AAC, transports moisture toward northeast India and enhances moisture convergence over northeast India with southerly moisture transport from the Bay of Bengal, and greatly intensifies the orographic rainfall. In the upper troposphere, the Tibetan high tends to extend southward with the onset of ARSs. A linear relationship can be seen between the length and total rainfall of an ARS. Longer ARSs tend to result in greater total rainfall. AACs with a greater zonal scale tend to produce longer and more intense ARSs. This study provides evidence for the effect of western North Pacific AACs on the Indian summer monsoon., AMER METEOROLOGICAL SOC, Oct. 2017, JOURNAL OF CLIMATE, 30 (20), 8237 - 8251, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Livelihood and Land-Use Pattern of Immigrant Muslim Communities in the Brahmaputra Floodplain in Assam : A Comparative Study of Immigrant and Indigenous Communities

    Haruhisa Asada

    Assam is one among the states with the highest Muslim population in India. According to the Population Census 2011, Muslims recorded 34% of the total population in the state, with a 3% increase in the last decade. The increasing Muslim population in the last several decades is mainly due to the immigration from East Pakistan and Bangladesh, which induced several conflicts regarding land resources with the local indigenous Hindu communities. Although the conflicts between the immigrant Muslims and indigenous Hindus are often reported in the media and argued in sociological studies, fieldwork-based studies on the livelihood of the immigrant communities in the locality are scarce. This study tries to reveal the differences in the agricultural practices and land-use patterns of immigrant and indigenous communities in the Brahmaputra floodplain and examines the sustainability of the multi-ethnic society of Assam. In Nagaon district of central Assam, it was found that the residential areas of immigrant and indigenous communities were clearly demarcated based on the ecological environment. Immigrant communities built their villages by the riverbank plain of the Brahmaputra, a region where river water inundates seasonally, while the indigenous community lives mostly by the central plain near towns. To adapt to excessive water and flooding, the immigrant people have developed intensive fish farming in the rainy season and Boro rice cultivation in the dry season by modifying the original flat topography and introducing artificial groundwater irrigation. Their adaptation techniques to the existing environment are entirely different from those of indigenous villages, and they are able to generate higher productivity per unit of land. These techniques resulted in considerable differences in the livelihood and income of both communities. However, economic linkages have also been found from the field observations suggesting weak ties between the communities., 広島大学現代インド研究センター, Mar. 2017, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, Hiroshima University, 7, 1 - 18, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;url

  • Utilization of the Climatic Resource: Lessons from Environmental Adaptation Technologies in Rural India

    Haruhisa Asada

    2016, Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life, 7, 139 - 149

  • On the introduction of paddy rice cultivation by swiddeners in Arunachal Pradesh, India

    Yasuyuki Kosaka; Bhaskar Saikia; C. K. Rai; Komo Hage; Haruhisa Asada; Tag Hui; Tomo Riba; Kazuo Ando

    2015, TROPICS, 24 (2), 75 - 90

  • Progress and Issues of Area Studies in Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    2015, Studies in geography and regional environment research, Nara Women's University, 8, 31 - 47

  • Ecological Environment and Multi-ethnic Society in Northeast India : A Case Study in the Brahmaputra Valley in Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    Northeast India surrounded by Bangladesh, Bhutan, China and Myanmar is the place of multi-ethnic society. In the plain area of the Brahmaputra valley in Assam, mixing of different ethnic groups founded the basis of present society and culture, but also often caused the conflict and social disorder. This study aims to discuss how these people have traditionally coexisted in the Brahmaputra valley from the viewpoint of ecological environment. The study area is Lakhimpur district in eastern Assam where many ethnic groups like Ahom, Mishing, Kachari, Khamti, and Bengali live in. Both primary and secondary data were collected to investigate the village location, village structure and livelihood pattern by ethnic groups. From the GIS analysis, it was found that people in the study area lived in different ecological zone by ethnic groups. Each group has the unique livelihood pattern based on local ecosystem. For instance, the Ahom living in plain zone and the Mishing and Chutiya living in river island zone grow different crops in the different season of a year. They can interact with each other by exchanging their livestock and labor services. The fluctuation of micro environment of the Brahmaputra floodplain may enable the coexistence of the different ethnic groups., 広島大学現代インド研究センター, Mar. 2014, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, Hiroshima University, 4, 29 - 40, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;url

  • Ecology and ethnicity of the Brahmaputra valley in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    2012, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 6 (2), 17 - 20

  • Climate change and agriculture from farmers' view: A case study in the rural village of Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    2012, Geo View, 1, 30 - 34

  • Rice-based Cropping Systems of the Ahom: A Village Study in Assam, India

    Asada Haruhisa

    This is a report on the present status of rice-based cropping systems of the Ahom people living in Assam. Entry of outsiders to northeast India including Assam is restricted due to the unstable political situation over a period of many years, and few reports on this region are available. Little is known regarding the methods of rice cultivation used by the Ahom which have provided a foundation for the culture and society of present day Assam.

    An intensive survey was carried out in an Ahom village with questions focusing on landholding patterns, cropping technologies, and rice variety usage to identify the characteristics of rice-based cropping systems of the Ahom in comparison with other regions.

    The Ahom have adopted a rice cropping technology of bullock-ploughed land preparation, dry field broadcasting, mixed cultivation, weeding and thrashing using bullocks which are all typical features of the Indian type of rice cropping technology, especially for Ahu and Bao rice cultivation. They have developed rice cultivation methods that are well suited to the physical environment of the rice fields, and also technologies to minimize the environmental hazards through risk dispersion. These environmental adaptive technologies are also observed in other regions where Indian type rice cropping technology is influential to a large extent, e. g. the Bengal delta region, and delta areas and central plains of mainland Southeast Asia.

    A prominent feature of the rice-based cropping systems of the Ahom is that they are still using traditional technologies. While rice cropping technologies in other regions are drastically changing since the green revolution, Ahom farmers have not adopted modern rice cropping technology but they prefer to use traditional technologies. It is necessary to consider the reason why traditional technologies remain here by examining the individual technologies from the viewpoint of farming management.

    There are many tribes and minority groups with unique cultures in different part of Assam. However, their existing cropping systems have not been extensively investigated. It is hoped that there will be more case studies of these groups through intensive field surveys.

    , The Human Geographical Society of Japan, 2011, Japanese Journal of Human Geography, 63 (1), 42 - 59, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Monsoon rainfall and rice cultivation in the Brahmaputra valley: A village study in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    2011, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 5, 31 - 36

  • Rainfall, flood and rice cultivation in Bangladesh

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    2011, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 5, 41 - 46

  • Effects of rainfall variation on rice production in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin

    Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto

    Rice production in India is highly correlated with monsoon rainfall. The relationships between rainfall variation and rice production have attracted significant interest at a country scale in Asia, but regional differences within a country remain unclear. In this study, we examined the effects of rainfall variation on 'kharif' rice (rainy season rice)-including temporal changes in this relationship-in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin, using a statistical model and a district-level data series of rice production and rainfall. Three homogeneous regions were identified within the study area. In the upper Ganges, the drought effect on rice production was dominant; however it became less pronounced due to decreased rainfall variation. In the lower Ganges, the flood effect increased due to increased rainfall. In the Brahmaputra Basin, the drought effect increased due to increased rainfall variation. Non-stationarity in the rainfall-rice production relationship was caused mainly by changes in rainfall patterns; however the impact of other factors, including social factors, should be evaluated on a regional scale., INTER-RESEARCH, May 2009, CLIMATE RESEARCH, 38 (3), 249 - 260, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Relationship between atmospheric conditions at Dhaka, Bangladesh, and rainfall at Cherrapunjee, India

    Fumie Murata; Toru Terao; Taiichi Hayashi; Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto

    To improve flood forecasting, the understanding of the atmospheric conditions associated with severe rainfall is crucial. We analysed the atmospheric conditions at Dhaka, Bangladesh, using upper-air soundings. We then compared these conditions with daily rainfall variations at Cherrapunjee, India, which is a main source of floodwater to Bangladesh, and a representative sample of exceptionally heavy rainfall events. The analysis focussed on June and July 2004. June and July are the heaviest rainfall months of the year at Cherrapunjee. July 2004 had the fourth-heaviest monthly rainfall of the past 31 years, and severe floods occurred in Bangladesh. Active rainfall periods at Cherrapunjee corresponded to "breaks" in the Indian monsoon. The monsoon trough was located over the Himalayan foothills, and strong westerly winds dominated up to 7 km at Dhaka. Near-surface wind below 1 km had southerly components, and the wind profile had an Ekman spiral structure. The results suggest that rainfall at Cherrapunjee strongly depends on the near-surface wind speed and wind direction at Dhaka. Lifting of the near-surface southerly airflow by the Meghalaya Plateau is considered to be the main contributor to severe rainfall at Cherrapunjee. High convective available potential energy (CAPE) also contributes to intense rainfall., SPRINGER, Mar. 2008, NATURAL HAZARDS, 44 (3), 399 - 410, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Relationship between atmospheric conditions at Dhaka, Bangladesh, and rainfall at Cherrapunjee, India

    Fumie Murata; Toru Terao; Taiichi Hayashi; Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto

    To improve flood forecasting, the understanding of the atmospheric conditions associated with severe rainfall is crucial. We analysed the atmospheric conditions at Dhaka, Bangladesh, using upper-air soundings. We then compared these conditions with daily rainfall variations at Cherrapunjee, India, which is a main source of floodwater to Bangladesh, and a representative sample of exceptionally heavy rainfall events. The analysis focussed on June and July 2004. June and July are the heaviest rainfall months of the year at Cherrapunjee. July 2004 had the fourth-heaviest monthly rainfall of the past 31 years, and severe floods occurred in Bangladesh. Active rainfall periods at Cherrapunjee corresponded to "breaks" in the Indian monsoon. The monsoon trough was located over the Himalayan foothills, and strong westerly winds dominated up to 7 km at Dhaka. Near-surface wind below 1 km had southerly components, and the wind profile had an Ekman spiral structure. The results suggest that rainfall at Cherrapunjee strongly depends on the near-surface wind speed and wind direction at Dhaka. Lifting of the near-surface southerly airflow by the Meghalaya Plateau is considered to be the main contributor to severe rainfall at Cherrapunjee. High convective available potential energy (CAPE) also contributes to intense rainfall., SPRINGER, Mar. 2008, NATURAL HAZARDS, 44 (3), 399 - 410, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • ネパール東部・サガルマータ県における居住と地形条件との関係 -地形図のデジタル化とGISによる解析-

    浅田 晴久; 松本 淳; 林 舟; 小口 高

    2008, 地学雑誌, 117 (2), 561 - 567, doi;cinii_articles

    Scientific journal

  • Rainfall on the Meghalaya plateau in northeastern India - one of the rainiest places in the world

    Fumie Murata; Taiichi Hayashi; Jim Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    Monthly and daily variations in rainfall over Cherapunjee and Mawsynrarn on the Meghalaya plateau of northeastern India are analysed. Cherapunjee and Mawsynram are well known as two of the places with the heaviest rainfall in the world. The daily rainfall variation is attributed to the influence of synoptic scale disturbances, with a periodicity of 10-20 days, and the orographic interaction. The annual and monthly highest rainfalls over Cherapunjee during the 31 years from 1973 to 2003 were much larger than mean values., SPRINGER, Aug. 2007, NATURAL HAZARDS, 42 (2), 391 - 399, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Impact of recent severe floods on rice production in Bangladesh

    Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto; Rezaur Rahman

    The long-term variations of rice production in Bangladesh are examined in the latter half of the 20th century and the impact of recent severe floods is discussed. Unprecedented severe floods, which submerged nearly two thirds of the country, occurred recently in Bangladesh in 1988 and 1998, and the effects of these severe floods to rice cropping are revealed. In these severe flood years, the rainy season crop aman drastically declined in production due to the decrease of the cultivated area and yield. On the other hand, the dry season crop boro, which is planted after the flood withdrawal, increased its production much higher than that of the previous year, mainly because of utilization of the residual flood water. In terms of total annual rice production, it turns out that severe floods have even a positive effect on rice production in Bangladesh. Furthermore, rice production after these severe flood years is higher than that of the previous years, suggesting that severe floods may act as a trigger for increasing rice production level through the change of the hydrological environment and farmers' reaction to it., Association of Japanese Geographers, 2005, Geographical Review of Japan, 78 (12), 783 - 793, cinii_articles;doi

    Scientific journal

  • インド北東地方のボーダーと辺境の変容―アッサム・ブータン国境を中心に―

    浅田晴久

    Mar. 2021, CIRAS Discussion Paper, 103, 21 - 34

    Research institution

MISC

  • 2019年学界展望 自然環境・災害

    浅田晴久

    Nov. 2020, Japanese Journal of Human Geography, 72 (3), 283 - 286

  • インパールの過去・現在・未来―南アジアと東南アジアのはざまで―

    浅田 晴久

    公益社団法人 日本地理学会, 2019, E-journal GEO, 14 (2), 296 - 303, doi;cinii_articles

  • 書評 Environmental Geography of South Asia : Contributions toward a Future Earth Initiative[Edited by R. B. Singh and Pawel Prokop]

    浅田 晴久

    広島大学現代インド研究センター, Mar. 2018, 広島大学現代インド研究 : 空間と社会 = Journal of contemporary India studies : space and society, Hiroshima University, 8, 57 - 60, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;url

  • Collaborative Research with Local NGO for Improving Reproductive Health of Rural Women in Bangladesh : Results from Questionnaire Survey

    Haruhisa ASADA

    神戸女学院大学女性学インスティチュート, Mar. 2018, 女性学評論 = Women's studies forum, (32), 199 - 217, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;url

  • 十津川とブータン-比較地域研究の試み

    浅田晴久

    2017, 月刊大和路ならら, 20 (8), 38 - 39

  • バングラデシュの洪水と稲作 (地理の研究(192)) -- (特集 南アジア)

    浅田 晴久

    山川出版社, Apr. 2015, 歴史と地理, (683), 40 - 47,図巻末1p, cinii_articles;url

  • 書評 Forests and Ecological History of Assam, 1826-2000, by Arupjyoti Saikia

    浅田 晴久

    広島大学現代インド研究センター, Mar. 2015, 広島大学現代インド研究 : 空間と社会, 5, 65 - 67, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;url

  • 金剛山麓に残るマンボ

    浅田晴久

    2015, 月刊大和路ならら, 18 (6), 40 - 41

  • Yoshino Keiko. Homesteads and Indigenous Knowledge: Rural Life and Women in Bangladesh. Kyoto Area Studies on Asia (in Japanese) Vol. 26. Kyoto University Press, 2013, 407p.

    Asada Haruhisa

    Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, 2014, Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 51 (2), 347 - 350, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Hydrological environment and rice cultivation in the lower Brahmaputra basin

    Asada Haruhisa; Sakai Daisaku; Matsumoto Jun; Takeuchi Wataru

    1.はじめに<BR> ブラマプトラ川の下流域に位置するバングラデシュとインド・アッサム州では主要作物として稲が栽培されている。降雨・河川氾濫による水供給が期待できるため、両地域ともに伝統的に雨季に稲が栽培されてきたが、近年バングラデシュでは乾季稲作(ボロ稲)の栽培面積が急激に拡大している。特に大規模な洪水が発生した1988年、1998年、2007年にボロ稲面積が灌漑面積を上回って拡大していることから、筆者は洪水後の余剰水を利用することで直後の乾季に灌漑を用いないボロ稲の栽培が可能になるのではないかと考えてきた (Asada 2012)。一方で上流側のアッサム州でも同じ年に洪水が発生しているが、ボロ稲はほとんど導入されておらず、モンスーン変動の影響を受けやすい雨季作のみ栽培されている地域が圧倒的に多い。<BR> 本研究では、(1) バングラデシュのボロ稲面積拡大に洪水の余剰水が関係しているのか、(2) なぜアッサム州ではボロ稲が拡大しないのか、について衛星画像を基に作成された高分解能地表水データを用いて考察する。<BR><BR>2.使用データ<BR> 本研究で使用する地表水データ (Land Surface Water Coverage; LSWC) は可視赤外センサ (MODIS) とマイクロ波放射計 (AMSR-E) の情報を組み合わせることで、10 kmの空間分解能で2003年から2010年まで毎日の冠水率を計算したものである。今回は稲作統計と比較するためにLSWCの冠水率を県単位に集計した値を用いた。さらにAPHRODITE's Water Resources (Yatagai 2012) にて公開されている日雨量データも県単位に集計して用いた。<BR> バングラデシュ、アッサム州の統計資料として、洪水被害面積データ、稲作付面積データ、灌漑面積データを現地機関から入手して用いた。ただしアッサム州各県の灌漑面積データはほとんど整備されていない。データが利用できる期間の制約により、本発表では2003年から2009年までを解析対象とする。<BR><BR>3.結果と考察<BR> LSWCデータは地表水の季節変動を再現しているが、河川や湖沼も含むために、そのまま扱うことは難しい。そこで長期平均値からの偏差をとり洪水被害面積データと比較したところ、雨季の冠水率偏差と洪水被害面積が対応することが分かった。また複数の県で乾季の2月に冠水率が一時的に上昇する傾向が見られたが、これはボロ稲の作付面積に対応することが分かった。しかしボロ稲面積と2月の冠水率との関係は、バングラデシュ沿岸部県、バングラデシュ北東部県では他県と異なる傾向が示された。<BR> 次にバングラデシュとアッサム州の対象43県について、冠水率の長期平均値を基にしてクラスター分析を行ったところ、5つの地域に分類されることが分かった。バングラデシュ沿岸部(クラスターI)、バングラデシュ東部(同II)、バングラデシュ北西部からアッサム西部(同III)、バングラデシュ西部とアッサム中東部(同IV)、アッサム丘陵部(同V)と、ブラマプトラ川下流域から上流域に向かって冠水率とボロ稲比率は漸次的に減少している。各クラスター間の降雨量に大きな差はなく、マクロスケールでは地形条件が冠水率を規定していると考えられる。<BR> さらにバングラデシュの対象20県について、雨季の冠水率偏差が大きい年を抽出し、当該年のボロ稲の変化傾向を調べたところ、特にクラスターⅡの地域で灌漑面積を上回るボロ稲面積の拡大が見られたが、クラスターⅣの地域でも洪水後の余剰水増加とボロ稲面積の拡大が確認された。つまり元々地表水が少ないバングラデシュ西部県でも洪水後の余剰水がボロ稲面積拡大に効いている。同型の地表水変動を示すアッサム中東部県でボロ稲が拡大されないのは、余剰水が生じにくい地質構造に加え社会経済的条件の制約が効いている可能性も考えられる。, 公益社団法人 日本地理学会, 10 Mar. 2013, Proceedings of the General Meeting of the Association of Japanese Geographers, 2013 (0), 322, j_global;cinii_articles

  • インド・アッサム州、アホムの村に住んで

    浅田晴久

    2009, 地理, 54 (2), 93 - 101

    Introduction commerce magazine

  • インド、アルナチャル・プラデシュ州を行く

    浅田晴久

    2007, 地理, 52 (9), 102 - 110

    Introduction commerce magazine

  • インド、アルナチャル・プラデシュ州を訪ねて

    浅田晴久; 林 泰一; 我妻ゆき子; 寺尾 徹; 村田文絵

    2006, 地理, 51 (1), 103 - 110

    Introduction commerce magazine

  • 二〇〇四年七月インド・アッサム州の大洪水

    松本 淳; 村田文絵; 浅田晴久

    2005, 地理, 50 (4), 104 - 110

    Introduction commerce magazine

  • 世界の最多雨地・メガラヤ高原を訪ねて

    松本 淳; 村田文絵; 浅田晴久

    2005, 地理, 50 (1), 96 - 105

    Introduction commerce magazine

  • 書評 Jangkhomang Guite著『Against State, against History: Freedom, Resistance, and Statelessness in Upland Northeast India』Oxford University Press, 2019

    浅田晴久

    Mar. 2021, 広島大学現代インド研究-空間と社会-, 11, 43 - 47

    Book review

  • 景観に見る奈良の風

    浅田晴久

    Mar. 2021, 月刊大和路ならら, 38 - 39

    Introduction commerce magazine

Books etc

  • 気候危機と人文学 人々の未来のために

    西谷地晴美 (, Range: 溶融する自然と社会―インドの大気汚染を事例に)

    かもがわ出版, Mar. 2020

  • Rural livelihoods and Environmental Changes in Muktapur Village: People's Voice

    Nityananda Deka; Haruhisa Asada; Yusuke Yamane

    Shinohara Printing Co.,Ltd., Mar. 2020

  • Nature, Culture and Food in Monsoon Asia

    Satoshi Yokoyama; Jun Matsumoto; Hitoshi Araki (, Range: Rainfall, Floods, and Rice Production in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna River Basin (Chapter1). Cultivation of Glutinous Rice in Northeast India, and Its Food Products (Chapter3).)

    Springer Nature Singapore Pvt Ltd., Feb. 2020

  • 現代地政学事典

    現代地政学事典編集委員会; 人文地理学会 (, Range: 発展途上国の開発と環境保全)

    丸善出版, Jan. 2020, xxiii, 859p, cinii_books (ISBN: 9784621304631)

  • インド文化事典

    インド文化事典編集委員会 (, Range: インドの農業)

    丸善出版, Jan. 2018, xxiv, 770p, 図版 [8] p, cinii_books (ISBN: 9784621302354)

  • 自然と人間の環境史 (ネイチャー・アンド・ソサエティ研究 第1巻)

    宮本 真二; 野中 健一; 玉本 奈々; 渋谷, 鎮明; 渡辺, 和之; 藤木, 利之; 古関, 大樹; 目代, 邦康; 米家, 泰作; 吉田, 圭一郎; 赤石, 直美; 大浦, 瑞代; 浅田, 晴久; 森島, 済; 門村, 浩; 小泉, 武栄 (, Range: インド・アッサム州、稲作体系と気候変動)

    海青社, 10 Apr. 2014, 396, cinii_books;amazon_swatch_image_url;amazon_small_image_url;amazon_tiny_image_url;amazon_medium_image_url;amazon_large_image_url;amazon_url (ISBN: 4860992717)

  • ベネディクト・アンダーソン奈良女子大学講義 : 付討議記録「想像の共同体」論の受容と射程

    Anderson, Benedict R. O'G. (Benedict Richard O'Gorman); 小川, 伸彦; 水垣, 源太郎 (, Range: 討議記録「想像の共同体」論の受容と射程)

    かもがわ出版, Apr. 2014, 135p, cinii_books (ISBN: 9784780306910)

  • 全世界の河川事典

    高橋, 裕; 宝, 馨; 野々村, 邦夫; 春山, 成子 (, Range: 「アトライ川」「ティスタ川」「フーグリ川」「メグナ川」「ヤルンツァンポ川」)

    丸善出版, 2013, xxi, 1013p, cinii_books (ISBN: 9784621085783)

  • Climate and Rice Cropping Systems in the Brahmaputra Basin: An Approach to Area Studies on Bangladesh and Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    Rubi Enterprise, Oct. 2012

  • モンスーンアジアのフードと風土

    横山智; 荒木一視; 松本淳 (, Range: (第3章)南アジアにおける降雨、洪水と稲作、(第5章)インド北東地方の稲作とモチ米食品)

    明石書店, Sep. 2012

  • 温暖化と自然災害-世界の六つの現場から

    平井幸弘; 青木賢人 (, Range: バングラデシュにおける洪水とサイクロン)

    古今書院, 2009 (ISBN: 4772220062)

  • 十津川村史 地理・自然編

    十津川村史編さん委員会

    十津川村, Mar. 2021

Presentations

  • Geography Education in the era of Covid-19: A case in Japan

    Haruhisa Asada

    International Web-Conference on COVID-19 Pandemic from the Eyes of Geography: Global, National and Regional Perspectives, 12 Sep. 2020

  • Recent trends of Geographic study and research in Japan

    Haruhisa Asada

    International Webinar on Recent Trends in Geographic Studies;and Research, 31 Aug. 2020

  • Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on socio-economic activities in Japan

    Haruhisa Asada

    Webinar on Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on socio-economic activities with special reference to Japan and India, 17 Aug. 2020

  • Transformation of Agriculture and Rural Society in Muktapur village

    Haruhisa Asada

    Workshop on Rural Livelihood and Environmental Changes, Muktapur village, Aug. 2019

  • Ecological structure of the multi ethnic society in Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    Workshop on Socioeconomic/Hydroclimatological Perspectives of Future Asian Monsoon, Feb. 2019

  • アッサム州における農業離れと耕地利用の変化-カースト・ヒンドゥー教の村落の事例より

    浅田晴久

    日本南アジア学会第31回全国大会,於金沢歌劇座, Sep. 2018

  • モンスーンアジアにおける近年の稲作技術展開

    浅田晴久; 松田正彦; 安藤和雄; 内田晴夫; 柳澤雅之; 小林知; 小坂康之

    日本地理学会2018年度秋季学術大会,於和歌山大学, Sep. 2018

  • Influence of NGO on behavioral changes of rural women in Bangladesh

    Haruhisa Asada

    Seminar on ‘Empowerment and Reproductive Health of women in Rural Bangladesh: based on a collaborative research with NGO’, Sep. 2018

  • Extreme rainfall, severe floods and their impact on rice production in Bangladesh

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    IGU Regional Conference, Quebec, Aug. 2018

  • Living spaces of ethnic groups and their relationship with ecological environment in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    XVIII World Economic History Conference, Boston, Aug. 2018

  • インド・ニューデリー市内および近郊における広域・高濃度(>1000 ugm-3)のPM2.5の実態解明とその解決への挑戦

    松見豊; 林田佐智子; ダッカ スレンドラ; 山崎高幸; 中山智喜; 日引聡; 高橋和志; 浅田晴久

    日本地球惑星科学連合2018年大会,於幕張メッセ, May 2018

  • インド・アッサム州の生態環境と多民族社会の人口分布

    浅田晴久

    日本人口学会関西地域部会,於大阪大学, Mar. 2018

  • Farm abandonment in Japan and Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    The 1st International Cultural Symposium on North East India and Japan, Feb. 2018

  • インド・アッサム州の離農の現状

    浅田晴久

    国際研究集会「アジアにおけるグローバル問題群を考える-南アジア諸国と日本の比較を中心に-」,於奈良女子大学, Dec. 2017

  • Rainfall variation and rice cropping technology in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    XXXII Annual IAPT Convention 2017, Oct. 2017

  • 南アジア・東南アジアの境界地域における風土

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会モンスーンアジアの風土研究グループ例会,於三重大学, Sep. 2017

  • バングラデシュ農村部におけるリプロダクティブ・ヘルス改善のためのNGOとの共同研究-アンケート調査の分析からみる農村女性の実態

    浅田晴久

    神戸女学院大学女性学インスティチュート主催第1回女性学研究会,於神戸女学院大学, Jun. 2017

  • インド・アッサム州の自然と社会-南アジアと東南アジアのはざまで-

    浅田晴久

    第13回ジオコミュニケーションセミナー,於香川大学, May 2017

  • インド・チェラプンジにおける降水量の長期データ解析

    村田文絵; 寺尾徹; 藤波初木; 林泰一; 浅田晴久; 松本淳

    日本地理学会2017年度春季学術大会,於筑波大学, Mar. 2017

  • インド・アッサム州における多民族社会の存立構造

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2017年春季学術大会,於筑波大学, Mar. 2017

  • 奈良県金剛山東麓に分布するマンボの現状

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2017年春季学術大会,於筑波大学, Mar. 2017

  • アッサム州におけるアホミヤ、ボド、ネパリの村落生活

    浅田晴久

    第11回南アジアにおける自然環境と人間活動に関する研究集会-インド・バングラデシュと周辺諸国における防災知識の共有を考える-,於京都大学, Dec. 2016

  • How are people in Assam living with environment ?

    Haruhisa Asada

    National Seminar on North-East India: Society and Environment, Mar. 2016

  • インド・アッサム州、ムクタプル村の10年間

    浅田晴久; ニッタナンダ=デカ

    2015年度JCAS次世代ワークショップ企画:災害をいかに地域に伝えるか-南アジアにおける気象学と地域研究との協働-,於京都大学, Feb. 2016

  • Environment, Livelihood and Sustainable Development in the Brahmaputra valley, Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    Bi-Lateral Seminar on Kyoto University Initiative for Strengthening Collaboration between India and Japan, Jan. 2016

  • インド・チェラプンジの雨の長期解析

    村田文絵; 寺尾徹; 林泰一; 浅田晴久; 松本淳; H. J. Syiemlieh

    日本気象学会2015年年度秋季学術大会,於京都テルサ, Oct. 2015

  • Differential Livelihood and Land Use Patten between Immigrant and Indigenous Communities in Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    日本南アジア学会第28回全国大会,於東京大学, Sep. 2015

  • インド・アッサム州、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原における在来民と移民の生業活動と土地利用

    浅田晴久

    京都大学現代インド研究グループ1-C「南アジアの資源・環境問題」第1回研究会, 於京都大学, Jun. 2015

  • インド、ブラマプトラ川河岸に住む移民たちの生業活動

    浅田晴久

    第10回南アジアの自然災害と人間活動に関する研究集会,於東京工芸大学, Mar. 2015

  • Climate change and grass-root level adaptations in the Brahmaputra valley, Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    National Seminar on Climate Change, Food Security and Livelihoods, Mar. 2015

  • Rainfall variability at Cherrapunjee in the inter-annual timescales

    Fumie Murata; Toru Terao; Taiichi Hayashi; Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto; H. J. Syiemlieh

    National Seminar on Climate Change, Food Security and Livelihoods, Mar. 2015

  • Livelihood patterns of the indigenous and immigrant communities in the Brahmaputra floodplain, Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    36th Congress of the Institute of Indian Geographers & International Seminar on Environmental changes and Challenges: Local, regional and global perspectives, Feb. 2015

  • Livelihood strategies under climate change in Assam valley, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    International Conference on the Water Crisis in the Asia-Pacific Region, Feb. 2015

  • インド・アッサム州におけるムスリム移民が生み出す境界

    浅田晴久

    JCAS次世代ワークショップ:ユーラシアにおける境界と環境・社会,於奈良女子大学, Feb. 2015

  • Effect of rainfall and severe floods on rice production in Bangladesh

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    International Conference on Climate Change Innovation and Resilience for Sustainable Livelihood, Jan. 2015

  • インド、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原に暮らすムスリム移民の生業

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2014年秋季学術大会,於富山大学, Sep. 2014

  • インド北東部、ブラマプトラ川渓谷の自然環境と地域社会

    浅田晴久

    奈良女子大学文学部研究交流集会,於奈良女子大学, Jul. 2014

  • Socio-economic condition of Northeast India from the latest statistics

    Haruhisa Asada

    International Networking Project to Share Experiences on Sustainable Development and to Cope with Natural Hazards on the Periphery of Bengal Bay, Jan. 2014

  • 統計地図でみるインド北東地方の社会経済状況

    浅田晴久

    第9回南アジアにおける自然環境と人間活動に関する研究集会-インド亜大陸・インドシナの自然災害と人間活動-,於京都大学, Oct. 2013

  • 南アジアの気候と農業

    松本淳; 浅田晴久

    日本南アジア学会第26回全国大会,於広島大学, Oct. 2013

  • Rainfall at Cherrapunji, India and its relation to floods in Bangladesh

    Fumie Murata; Toru Terao; Masashi Kiguchi; Yusuke Yamane; Haruhisa Asada; Jun Matsumoto; J. A. Habib; H. J. Syiemlieh

    IGU 2013 Kyoto Regional Conference, Aug. 2013

  • Sustainability of the multi-ethnic rural society in Assam, Northeast India

    Haruhisa Asada

    IGU 2013 Kyoto Regional Conference, Aug. 2013

  • 南アジアの気候変動と稲作-ヒマラヤからベンガル湾まで-

    浅田晴久

    奈良地理学会平成25年度夏季例会,於奈良女子大学, Jul. 2013

  • 高解像度地表水データからみるブラマプトラ川下流域の水文環境と稲作

    浅田晴久; 坂井大作; 松本淳; 竹内渉

    日本地理学会2013年春季学術大会,於立正大学, Mar. 2013

  • Hydrological environment and Boro rice cultivation in Assam and Bangladesh

    Haruhisa Asada; Daisaku Sakai; Jun Matsumoto; Wataru Takeuchi

    International Workshop on People's Centered Practice towards Harmonious Development in Asia, Mar. 2013

  • Rethinking of flood warning system to consider the Char-land in Bangladesh

    Md. Najmul Islam; S. K. Bala; Haruhisa Asada

    International Conference on Water Resources of South Asia: Conflicts to Cooperation (WARSA-CC), Jan. 2013

  • 高解像度地表水データを用いたブラマプトラ川流域における稲作水文環境

    浅田晴久; 坂井大作; 松本淳; 竹内渉

    第8回南アジアおよびインドシナにおける自然環境と人間活動に関する研究集会-人間活動に対するサイクロン・洪水の影響-,於京都大学, Dec. 2012

  • 村落センサスでみるインド・アッサム州、ブラマプトラ川渓谷の民族と生態

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2012年度秋季学術大会,於神戸大学, Oct. 2012

  • Ecology and ethnicity of the Brahmaputra valley in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    Workshop on Changing Environment & Development in Rural Communities in Bhutan and other Asian Countries, Sep. 2012

  • Understanding climate change from rice cultivation: Lessons from local farmers in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    32nd International Geographical Congress, Aug. 2012

  • インド北東地方における地域研究の現状と課題

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会現代南アジア研究グループ例会,於首都大学東京, Mar. 2012

  • インド・アッサム州、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原における稲作体系の地域差と変容 ‐特に民族間の差異に着目して‐

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2012年春季学術大会,於首都大学東京, Mar. 2012

  • Rice-based cropping systems of the different ethnic groups across the Brahmaputra floodplain in Assam, India

    Haruhisa Asada

    International Workshop on Sharing Experience of Coping with Environmental Problem and Sustainable, Feb. 2012

  • センサスデータでみるインド・アッサム州ブラマプトラ川渓谷の村落分布と人口動態

    浅田晴久

    第7回南アジアの自然環境と人間活動に関する研究集会,於京都大学, Feb. 2012

  • バングラデシュにおける稲作に対する降雨と洪水の影響

    松本淳; 浅田晴久

    日本地球惑星科学連合2011年大会,於幕張メッセ国際会議場, May 2011

  • インド・アッサム州の村落土地利用と耕地所有-ブラマプトラ川氾濫原の2村落の比較を通して-

    浅田晴久; ニッタナンダ=デカ; アバニ=クマル=バガバティ

    日本地理学会2011年春季学術大会,於明治大学, Mar. 2011

  • 村落土地利用からみるアホムの稲作体系の特徴-ブラマプトラ川氾濫原の2村落の比較を通して-

    浅田晴久; ニッタナンダ=デカ; アバニ=クマル=バガバティ

    第6回南アジアの自然環境と人間活動に関する研究集会,於京都大学, Feb. 2011

  • Rainfall, flood and rice production in Bangladesh

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    International Workshop of Contemporary Changes in Environment and Development, Dec. 2010

  • Land holding structure and rural land use in the Brahmaputra floodplain: A comparative study in two villages of upper and lower Assam

    Haruhisa Asada; Nityananda Deka; Abani Kumar Bhagabati

    International Geographical Union Commission Seminar, Dec. 2010

  • Agroecosystem and rural geomorphology in two floodplain villages, Assam: Evolution, adaptation and sustainability

    Nityananda Deka; Haruhisa Asada; Abani Kumar Bhagabati; Kazuo Ando

    23rd Annual Conference of Indian Institute of Geomorphologists and National Seminar on Global Environmental Change: Geomorphological Issues and Challenges, Nov. 2010

  • 南アジアにおける降雨と洪水、稲作

    松本淳; 浅田晴久

    日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会,於幕張メッセ国際会議場, May 2010

  • インド北東地方の稲作とモチ米食品

    浅田晴久

    日本地球惑星科学連合2010年大会,於幕張メッセ国際会議場, May 2010

  • インド・アッサム州、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原におけるモンスーン降雨と稲作との関係

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2010年春季学術大会,於法政大学, Mar. 2010

  • バングラデシュにおける降水と洪水・稲作

    松本淳; 森田純平; ロクサナ=ホック; 浅田晴久

    第135回京都大学生存圏研究所シンポジウム,於京都大学, Jan. 2010

  • インド・アッサム州、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原における2009年モンスーン期の稲作

    浅田晴久

    第135回京都大学生存圏研究所シンポジウム,於京都大学, Jan. 2010

  • インド、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原の稲作と環境変動 -アッサム州東部の天水田地域の一事例

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2009年春季学術大会,於帝京大学, Mar. 2009

  • Rain-fed rice cultivation in the Brahmaputra floodplain: A case study in Lakhimpur district, Assam

    Haruhisa Asada

    International Workshop on Agricultural Ecosystem and Sustainable Development in Brahmaputra Basin, Assam, Dec. 2008

  • Climate and rice cultivation in the Ganges-Brahmaputra basin

    Haruhisa Asada

    Environmental Forum of International Students in 2008, Nov. 2008

  • インド、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原の稲作 - アッサム州東部の天水田地域の事例

    浅田晴久

    民族自然誌研究会第53回定例会,於京都大学, Oct. 2008

  • インド・アッサム州、ブラマプトラ川氾濫原の稲作

    浅田晴久

    日本地理学会2008年秋季学術大会,於岩手大学, Oct. 2008

  • バングラデシュにおける洪水とサイクロン災害

    松本淳; 浅田晴久; 林泰一

    日本地理学会2008年春季学術大会,於獨協大学, Mar. 2008

  • ブラマプトラ流域の降雨と稲作

    松本淳; 浅田晴久; 福島あずさ

    京都大学生存圏研究所研究集会,於京都大学, Jan. 2008

  • チェラプンジにおける降雨過程に関する研究(第3報)

    村田文絵; 寺尾徹; 林泰一; 浅田晴久; 松本淳

    日本気象学会2007年度春季大会,於国立オリンピック記念青少年総合センター, May 2007

  • ネパールヒマラヤにおける居住と標高との関係 -GISを利用した定量的な解析

    浅田晴久; 松本淳; 林舟; 小口高

    日本地理学会2007年春季学術大会,於東洋大学, Mar. 2007

  • Impact of recent severe floods on rice production in Bangladesh

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    Earth System Science Partnership(ESSP), Global Environment Change Open Science Conference, Nov. 2006

  • チェラプンジにおける降雨過程に関する研究(第2報)

    村田文絵; 寺尾徹; 林泰一; 浅田晴久; 松本淳

    日本気象学会2006年度春季大会,於つくば国際会議場, May 2006

  • チェラプンジにおける降雨過程に関する研究(第1報)

    村田文絵; 寺尾徹; 林泰一; 浅田晴久

    日本気象学会2005年度秋季大会,於神戸大学, Nov. 2005

  • ガンジス・ブラマプトラ川流域における気候変動の稲作への影響

    浅田晴久; 松本淳

    日本地理学会2005年度秋季学術大会,於茨城大学, Sep. 2005

  • バングラデシュにおける稲の生産変動と洪水

    浅田晴久; 松本淳

    日本地理学会2004年秋季学術大会,於広島大学, Sep. 2004

  • The rice production variations and their relationship with floods and rainfall in Bangladesh

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada; Md. Rezaur Rahman

    Proceeding of 2003 Workshop on GAME-Tropics in Thailand, Nov. 2003

  • インド北東地方のボーダーと辺境の変容:アッサム・ブータン国境を中心に

    浅田晴久

    ユーラシア国境域の自然環境と境域社会の生活戦略, 24 Jan. 2021

  • Highland-lowland interaction in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna River Basin: Floods and rice production

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada

    IGU India International Conference on Global to Local Sustainability & Future Earth, 20 Dec. 2020

  • Rainfall variations, floods and their effects on rice production in the Ganges-Brahmaputra River Basin

    Jun Matsumoto; Haruhisa Asada; Azusa Fukushima; Hironari Kanamori

    International Webinar on Climate Change, Geo-hazards and Sustainable Development, 27 Nov. 2020

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