YASUSHI SUZUKI'S PUBLICATIONS

Subjects

  1. Forest Road
  2. Cable System
  3. Woody Biomass
  4. Operational Efficiency in Forestry
  5. Damage to Residual Stands
  6. Modified Excavator
  7. Helicopter Logging
  8. Others

  1. Forest Road

    1. Suzuki, Y., Sakai, T. and Furutani, S. (1991) Estimate of forest road surface erosion (Preliminary report) - From the results of continuous investigation over about 10 years -. Trans. 102th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:651-652 (in Japanese).

    2. Suzuki, Y. and Ishizuka, S. (1998) Modification of side drainage ditch block for amphibian escape. In: Kyoji Sassa (Ed.) Environmental Forest Science, Extended Abstract Volume of IUFRO Division 8 Conference Proceedings, 19-23 October 1998, Kyoto, Japan:213-214 (in Japanese).

    3. Suzuki, Y. Imoto, K. and Mabuchi, K. (2000) Feasibility study of novel cross drainage ditches filled with gravel and porous-fiber material designed for the reduction maintenance costs. Bulletin of Kochi University Forest 27:215-225 (in Japanese with English summary).

    4. * Suzuki, Y. and Yamauchi, K. (2000) Practical investigation on affiliate structures for prevention of disaster and degradation on low-standard forest roads. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 15:113-124 (in Japanese with English summary).

    5. * Suzuki, Y., Setiawan, A.H. and Gotou, J. (2015) Timber harvesting systems in Japan’s aging plantation forests: Implications for investment in construction of forest road networks. Journal of the Japanese Forest Society 97:191-202 (in Japanese with English summary).[DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.97.191]


    6. Deki, T., Furutani, S., Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1988) On the case of Surface Erosion on the steep forest road. Bulletin of Kyoto University Forest 60:198-207 (in Japanese with English summary).

    7. Furutani, S., Deki, T., Kanzaki, K. and Suzuki, Y. (1988) On the slippage of 4WD car in running on the steep road in the forest. Trans. 99th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:693-694 (in Japanese).

    8. Deki, T., Kanzaki, K., Furutani, S., Tanaka, Y. and Suzuki, Y. (1989) On the case of Surface Erosion on the steep forest road (II) - On a method of maintenance-design for steep primary road -. Bulletin of Kyoto University Forest 61:205-216 (in Japanese with English summary).

    9. Furutani, S., Deki, T., Tanaka, Y., Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1989) On the slippage of 4WD car in running on the steep road in the forest (II) The running test for the slippage on a newly constructed steep road. Trans. 100th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:735-736 (in Japanese).

    10. * Deki, T., Furutani, S., Tanaka, Y., Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1990) On the maximum gradient of forest road for 4WD car. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 72:62-66 (in Japanese).

    11. Furutani, S., Deki, T., Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1990) On the slippage of 4WD car in running on the steep road in the forest (III) The hard braking test in going downward and the test of additional tractive force on the experimental steep road. Trans. 100th Meeting of Japanese Forestry Society:735-736 (in Japanese).

    12. Furutani, S., Deki, T., Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1990) On the slippage of 4WD car in running on the steep road in the forest (IV) Features of movility in going upward on the experimental steep road. Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Shizuoka University 40:13-17 (in Japanese with English summary).

    13. Sakai, T. and Suzuki, Y. (1992) Studies on forest roads network for tower-yarder in mountainous region. Trans. 103th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:627-628 (in Japanese).

    14. Yoshimura, T., Kanzaki, K., Numata, K. and Suzuki, Y. (1992) On the estimation of occurrence degree of slope failure for forest road network planning (a preliminary report). Trans. Kansai Branch of the Japanese Forestry Society 1:7-10 (in Japanese).

    15. Yoshimura, T., Kanzaki, K., Numata, K. and Suzuki, Y. (1992) Prediction of the points in danger of slope failure for forest road network planning. Trans. 103th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:617-619 (in Japanese).

    16. Sakai, T. and Suzuki, Y. (1993) A circular road-network planning by traffic benefit. Trans. Japanese Forestry Society 104:853-854 (in Japanese).

    17. Miyazaki, H., Suzuki, Y. and Sakai, T. (1994) Studies on application of a tank model to forest road surface flow. Trans. Kansai Branch of the Japanese Forestry Society 3:193-194 (in Japanese).

    18. Ishizuka, S. and Suzuki, Y. (1998) Modification of side drainage ditch block for amphibian escape. Bull. Kochi University Forest 25:199-208 (in Japanese with English summary).

    19. * Pan, X.D., Gotou, J., Suzuki, Y. and Yamamoto, M. (1998) Studies on evaluation of geometrical design of forest roads by driver's psychological and physiological response - Alignment description of forest roads in mountain areas and variation in systolic blood pressure. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 80:143-150 (in Japanese with English summary).

    20. Yoshimura, T. and Suzuki, Y. (1998) An analysis of surface runoff on forest roads and cut slopes. In: Kyoji Sassa (Ed.) Environmental Forest Science, Extended Abstract Volume of IUFRO Division 8 Conference Proceedings, 19-23 October 1998, Kyoto, Japan: 219-220.

    21. Nogami, H. and Suzuki, Y. (1999) The actual condition that amphibians drop into ditch block and test of slope ditch block for amphibians escape. Bulletin of Kochi University Forest 26:13-23 (in Japanese with English summary).

    22. * Yamasaki, S., Yamasaki, T., Suzuki, Y., Mitani, Y., Morimoto, M. and Nagasawa, Y. (2018) A verification study of a spur road improvement project on harvesting operational efficiency and total cost reduction. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 33 : 25-35(in Japanese with English summary).

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  2. Cable System

    1. Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1992) Studies on the cable crane hung at three supports: Some theoretical examinations for automatic control. In: P. Schiess and J. Sessions (Eds.) Proc. International mountain logging and eighth Pacific northwest skyline symposium: 276-281.

    2. Suzuki, Y., Kanzaki, K., Numata, K., Takeuchi, M. and Sakai, T. (1992) The three-support cable crane hung for observing tropical forest (I) A graphical simulator for developing operation method. Transaction of 103th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:675-676 (in Japanese).

    3. Suzuki, Y., Kanzaki, K., Numata, K., Takeuchi, M. and Sakai, T. (1993) The three-support cable crane for monitoring tropical forest (II) Expectations of some problems relating to automatic control. Transaction of the Japanese Forestry Society 104:823-826 (in Japanese).

    4. Suzuki, Y. (1996) A Model Test on Overhead Cable System with Three Spar Trees -- A Cable Tension Calculation Method. Journal of Forest Mechanization Society 508:49-52 (in Japanese).

    5. * Suzuki, Y., Kawai, T. and Kanzaki, K. (1996) The Four-Line Model of the Triangular Running Skyline System: Theory and Numerical Examples. Journal of Forest Research 1:117-122. [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI:10.1007/BF02348188]

    6. * Suzuki, Y., Kawai, T. and Kanzaki, K. (1996) The Four-Line Model of the Triangular Running Skyline System: Scale Model Test. Journal of Forest Research 1:187-193. [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI:10.1007/BF02348323]

    7. * Suzuki, Y., Miyata, E.S. and Iverson, S.C. (1996) Static Analyses of the Triangular Running Skyline System: a Three-Dimensionally Movable Logging Cable System. Computers and Structures 60:579-592. [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0045-7949(95)00426-2]

    8. * Suzuki, Y., Miyata, E.S. and Iverson, S.C. (1997) Static Equilibrium of the Triangular Running Skyline System: A Three Dimensionally Movable Cable System. Journal of Forest Engineering 8:45-62.

    9. * Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1998) Carriage position adjustment of Triangular Running Skyline system. Journal of Structural Engineering 124:391-398. [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9445(1998)124:4(391)]

    10. Suzuki, Y., Shiobara, M. and Kondo, M. (1999) Plane-type logging cable systems in Japan - Past, present, and future. In: John Sessions and Woodam Chung (Eds.) Proc. International mountain logging and 10th Pacific northwest skyline symposium, Corvallis, OR, March 28-April 1, 1999: 125-134.

    11. Suzuki, Y., Lee, H.S. and Ogino, K. (2000) Tree tower and canopy walkway sytem. In: K. Ogino, H.S. Lee and J.J. Kendawang (Eds.) Proc. of Workshop on Forest Ecosystem Rehabilitation. Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 8-9 November 1999: 277-292.

    12. * Suzuki, Y., Kondo, M. and Yoshimura, T. (2005) Relationship between anchor point position for H-type cable systems and terrain factors related to slope failure potential. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 87: 208-216 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.87.208]

    13. Suzuki, Y. and Omachi, Y. (2005) Logging cable systems with less impact to residual stands: Example of Japanese cable systems for thinning operations. In: N. Wistara, R. Amarthalingam, S. Gandaseca, J.K. Chubo, G. James, Z. Rosli and S. Bokhari (Eds.) Proc. International forestry seminor, Synergistic approachto appropriate forestry technology for sustaining rainforest ecosystems. 346pp, 7-9 March 2005, University Putra Malaysia, Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia: 39-50.

    14. * Suzuki, Y., Gotou, J., Sugimoto, J., Yamasaki, T., Yamaguchi, T., Nakaya, T. and Toda, A. (2011) Operational efficiency and residual stand damage by a collector-cable-logging method for thinning operations. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 26: 163-172 (in Japanese with English summary).

    15. Suzuki, Y., Nishimori, H., Gotou, J., Setiawan, A.H. and Yamasaki, T. (2012) Line tension of tower yarder system equipped with intermediate supports: theoretical examination of skyline tension and intermediate support load. In: Proc. of International Ergonomic Workshop of IUFRO RG3.03: Ergonomic Challenges in Future Forest and Forestry, October 1-4, 2012, Nagoya, Japan. (ISBN 978-4-9906725-0-8): (CD-ROM, 8pp).

    16. * Suzuki, Y., Yamasaki, S., Watanabe, N., and Fukuda, Y. (2016) Productivity and cost efficiency of a cable logging operation at a clear cut broadleaved forest stand to supply feedstock for woody biomass electric generation. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 31:85-91 (in Japanese with English summary).

    17. Suzuki, Y., Yamasaki, S., Yamasaki, T. and Ishigaki, H. (2016) Long range cable systems in Japan: Succession and continuous development to overcome terrain and cost balance. In: Proc. of FORMEC2016 - From Theory to Practice: Challenges for Forest Engineering, 49th International Symposium on Forestry Mechanization, 4-7 September 2016, Warsaw, Poland:119-124.

    18. * Suzuki, Y., Sugio, M., Yamasaki, T., Yamasaki, S. , Kawakubo, Y., and Watanabe, N. (2017) Impact of damage to residual strength of high strength synthetic fiber rope in forestry operations. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 32(3) : (in print)(in Japanese with English summary).


    19. Miyata, E.S. Suzuki, Y. and Iverson, S.C. (1994) A small powered-carriage cable system for harvesting small trees and logging residues on steep sites. In: J. Sessinos (Ed.) Proc. International Seminar on Forest Operations Under Mountainous Conditions with Special Attention to Ergonomics, Accessibility and Environmental Protection. July 24-27, Harbin, P.R. of China. Published by Forest Engineering Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis:347-353.

    20. Numata, K., Kanzaki, K., Suzuki, Y. and Chu, D. (1995) Application of automatic cable system to forest environment observation -- Positioning precision of carriage and gondla with instrument units --. Transaction of the Japanese Forestry Society 106:545-548 (in Japanese).

    21. Kanzaki, K. and Suzuki, Y. (1997) A cable crane with three spars -- ecological extraction of trees from mountain forests and canopy walk for ecological science. In: Bryce stokes, Risto Lauhanen and John Klepac (Eds.) Proc. a Symposium organized by IUFRO Project Group P3.11.00 at the XX IUFRO World Congress 6-12 August 1995, Tampere, Finland:75-80.

    22. * Kondo, M., Yamauchi, S., Matsumoto, T., Suzuki, Y. and Kobayashi, H. (2005) Study on extraction algorithm of potential yarding area by H-type skyline systems. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 20:193-202 (in Japanese with English summary).

    23. Setiawan, A.H., Suzuki, Y., Nishimori, H., Gotou, J. and Yamasaki, T. (2012) Line tension of tower yarder system equipped with intermediate supports: measurement of skyline tension and intermediate support load. In: Proc. of International Ergonomic Workshop of IUFRO RG3.03: Ergonomic Challenges in Future Forest and Forestry, October 1-4, 2012, Nagoya, Japan. (ISBN 978-4-9906725-0-8): (CD-ROM, 8pp).

    24. Birundu, A.O., Suzuki, Y., Gotou, J., Nagai, H., Hayata, Y., Yamasaki, S., and Yamasaki, T. (2017) Assessing the possibility of incorporating Japanese smallscale logging systems into forest operations in Kenya. In: Proc. of FORMEC2016 - From Theory to Practice: Challenges for Forest Engineering, 49th International Symposium on Forestry Mechanization, 4-7 September 2016, Warsaw, Poland:99-103.

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  3. Woody Biomass

    1. Suzuki, Y. (2004) Toward Feasible Utilization of Forest Biomass Resources in Foothill and Mountain area - Report on the 11th Meeting of Forest Harvesting System Study Group -. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 19:171-174 (in Japanese).

    2. * Suzuki, Y., Miyata, D., Hatano, Y., Yamaguchi, T., Yoshii, J. and Gotou, J. (2007) Relationship between chip size distribution and tree species, log diameter and length: On wood chips processed from logging residue stems with a cutter-type chipper. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 89: 92-101 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: https://doi.org/10.11519/jjfs1953.86.2_121]

    3. Suzuki, Y., Miyauchi, K., Yamane, S., Hatano, Y. and Gotou, J. (2008) Cost analysis of a Biomass Supply Chain - a Case Study of the Kochi Prefecture, Japan. In: Hideo SAKAI and Rin SAKURAI (Eds.) Proc. IUFRO All-D3 Conference 2008 in Sapporo - Pathways to Environmentally Sound Technologies for Natural Resource Use-, June 15-17, 2008, Sapporo Convention Center, Sapporo, Japan: (CD-ROM, 3pp).

    4. * Suzuki, Y., Sagayama, S. and Gotou, J. (2009) Quantities and size distributions of commercial timber cutting residue logs accumulated as woody biomass at landings and roadsides. Journal of The Forest Biomass Utilization Society 4:43-48 (in Japanese with English summary).

    5. Suzuki, Y., Hatano, Y., Murakami, S., Okazawa, T., Sagayama, S., Gotou, J., Ichihara, T. and Miyoshi, K. (2009) Harvesting and Transportation of Logging Residue Logs Accumulated Along Road Side for Woody Biomass Plant in a Local Community. In: Hartsough, B. and Stokes, B. (Eds.) Proc. 2009 COFE: Environmentally Sound Forest Operations, 32nd Annual Meeting of the Council on Forest Engineering, June 15-18, 2009, North Tahoe Conference Center, Kings Beach, California: (CD-ROM, 8pp).

    6. Suzuki, Y., Nakajima, K. and Gotou, J. (2010) Recovery utilization of logging residue logs accompanying small scale forestry in a rural community-based woody biomass utilization project. The International Forestry Review 12(5):266. (Forests for the Future: Sustaining Society and the Environment - XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23-28 August 2010, Seoul, Republic of Korea - ABSTRACTS)

    7. Suzuki, Y., Miyauchi, K., Yamane, S., Hatano, Y. and Gotou, J. (2011) Cost analysis of a Biomass Supply Chain - a Case Study of the Kochi Prefecture, Japan. In: Hideo SAKAI and Rin SAKURAI (Eds.) Proc. IUFRO All-D3 Conference 2008 in Sapporo - Pathways to Environmentally Sound Technologies for Natural Resource Use-, June 15-17, 2008, Sapporo Convention Center, Sapporo, Japan (ISBN 978-4-9901493-02-1): (CD-ROM, 3pp).

    8. * Suzuki, Y. (2012) Material and energy utilization of forest resource. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 27:69-80 (Review paper, in Japanese).

    9. * Suzuki, Y., Yamanaka, N. and Gotou, J. (2012) Sensitivity analysis of woody-biomass burning facilities on cost of facility and fuel comparing scale of the facilities and form of the woody biomass fuels. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 27: 165-174 (in Japanese).

    10. * Suzuki, Y. (2012) Cost and cost balance of forest biomass harvesting: General method and case studies on forest biomass along forest roads. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 27:219-223 (Review paper, in Japanese).

    11. * Suzuki, Y., Murakami, S., Gotou, J., Nakajima, K., Kitahara, F., Tarumi, A., Nakayama, T. and Tanouchi, H. (2013) Analysis of the amount shipped and the shipper’s cost balance for recovered logging residue logs in the woody biomass utilization project of Niyodogawa town, Kochi prefecture, Japan. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 28: 41-50 (in Japanese with English summary).

    12. * Suzuki, Y., Takamura, K., Watanabe, Y., Mori, D., Yoshida, T., Kitahara, F., Nakayama, T. and Gotou, J. (2014) Production-supply system and its cost of firewood as small scale dispersively located woody biomass fuel. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 29: 157-163 (in Japanese).

    13. Suzuki, Y., Osindi, B., Mori, D., Matsumoto, M. and Gotou, J. (2015) Practical Options of Small-scale Forest Operations and Management for Non-industrial Landowners in Japan: Timber Product Improvement and Regional Woody Biomass Utilization. In: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Council on Forest Engineering - Engineering Solutions for Non-industrial Private Forest Operations -, July 19- 22, 2015 – Hilton Hotel Downtown Lexington, Kentucky, USA: 306-317.

    14. * Suzuki, Y., Fukuda, Y., Yamaoka, Y. and Inai, Y.(2017) Bulk Density of Forest Residues for Truck Transportation and Examination of Enhancing Its Packing Efficiency in Order to Apply to Woody Biomass Electric Generation. of the Japan Institute of Energy96:436-440 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: http://doi.org/10.3775/jie.96.436]

    15. * Suzuki, Y., Aruga, K., Yoshioka, T., Toyama, K., Saito, M., Sirasawa, H., and Yamasaki, S. (2017) Current and future fuel supply for electric power generation plants from woody biomass in the Kochi Prefecture. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society99:272-277 (in Japanese with English summary).


    16. * Moriguchi, K., Suzuki, Y.**, Gotou, J., Inatsuki, H., Shiraishi, Y., Yamaguchi, T. and Ohara, T. (2004) Temporal changes in water content of Sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) logging residue stacked along forest roads. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 86:93-97 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: https://doi.org/10.11519/jjfs1953.86.2_93]

    17. * Moriguchi, K., Suzuki, Y., Gotou, J., Inatsuki, H., Yamaguchi, T., Shiraishi, Y. and Ohara, T. (2004) Cost of comminution and transportation in the case of using logging residue as woody biofuel. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 86:121-128 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: https://doi.org/10.11519/jjfs1953.86.2_121]

    18. * Miyata, D., Suzuki, Y.** and Gotou, J. (2006) Natural drying of logging residue stems along a forest road and on a paved landing. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 88: 245-253 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.88.245]

    19. * Miyata, D., Suzuki, Y.**, Kobatake, A., Gotou, J., Itai, T., Masaoka, T. and Yoshii, J. (2008) Effect of stirring on the transpiration drying of wood chips. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 90:75-83 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.90.75]

    20. * Ichihara, T., Miyoshi, K., Noji, K., Imanishi, T., Matsuoka, Y., Suzuki, Y. and Fujiwara, S. (2009) Drying of wood chips using tumbling barrel type drying machine. Journal of The Forest Biomass Utilization Society 4:13-20 (in Japanese with English summary).

    21. * Ichihara, T., Yamaguchi, T., Masaoka, H., Itai, T., Matsuoka, Y., Miyata, D., Kobatake, A., Suzuki, Y. and Fujiwara, S. (2009) Transpirational drying of flat piled logging residues for wood fuel chips. Journal of Japanese Forestry Society 91:192-200 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.91.192"]

    22. * Ichihara, T., Takano, S., Yamasaki, T., Masaoka, H., Itai, T., Noji, K., Matsuoka, Y., Kobatake, A., Suzuki, Y. and Fujiwara, S. (2010) Transpirational drying of stacked logging residue logs for wood fuel chips. Journal of Japanese Forestry Society 92:191-199 (in Japanese with English summary). [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.92.191]

    23. * Yoshioka, T. and Suzuki, Y. (2012) Unutilized resource amount of forest biomass. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 27:111-117 (Review paper, in Japanese).

    24. Takamura, K., Mori, D., Gotou, J., Suzuki, Y.K. (2014) A case study of wood fuel utilization by community forestry for sustainable, cost-effective management of a local forest in Japan. The International Forestry Review 16(5):398. (Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People: The Role of Research - XXIV IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA - ABSTRACTS) (General Poster Sessions, International Forestry Review 16(5):355-548 [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1505/146554814814281701])

    25. * Toyama, K., Aruga, K. and Suzuki, Y. (2017) Correlation of woody biomass demand with optimum rotation age and thinning regime in northern Tochigi prefecture, Japan. Journal of Japanese Forestry Society 99:251-258 (in Japanese with English summary).

    26. * Yamamoto, T., Aruga, K., Furusawa, T., Toyama, K., Suzuki, Y. and Shirasawa, H. (2017) Estimating the long-term availability of unused materials for woody biomass power generation in Tochigi prefecture. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society:266-271 (in Japanese with English summary).

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  4. Operational Efficiency in Forestry

    1. Suzuki, Y., Kanzaki, K., Deki, T. and Tanaka, Y. (1989) The logging operation by wheel skidder in forest management by selection cutting system. Trans. 100th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:713-714 (in Japanese).

    2. Suzuki, Y. (1990) Organisation hochmechanisierter Nadelholzernte. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 5:7-14 (in Japanese, translation).

    3. Suzuki, Y., Numata, K., Yamamoto, T., Sakai, T., Kanzaki, K., Takimoto, Y., Shiba, M. and Ishikawa, T. (1992) Experimental operation of pruning machine BAUMHEXE (II) Traces and damage of pruning. Trans. 103th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:667-668 (in Japanese).

    4. Suzuki, Y., Numata, K., Yamamoto, T., Sakai, T., Kanzaki, K., Takimoto, Y., Shiba, M. and Ishikawa, T. (1992) An experiment applied to pruning by German delimbing unit BaumHexe (II) - Traces and damage of pruning -. Bull. Kyoto University Forest 64:165-172 (in Japanese with English summary).

    5. * Suzuki, Y., Gotou, J., Yamauchi, J. and Ohara, T. (2010) A case study on operational efficiency of downward felling, direct logging and winching operation on Hinoki plantation forest with dense road network and prospected effect of upward felling. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 25:91-96 (in Japanese).


    6. Numata, K., Yamamoto, T., Suzuki, Y., Sakai, T., Kanzaki, K., Takimoto, Y., Shiba, M. and Ishikawa, T. (1992) An Experiment Applied to Pruning by German Delimbing Unit BaumHexe (I) - Operational Output and Physiological Load on Manual and Mechanical Movement of Unit -. Bull. Kyoto University Forest 64:156-164 (in Japanese with English summary).

    7. Numata, K., Yamamoto, T., Suzuki, Y., Sakai, T., Kanzaki, K., Takimoto, Y., Shiba, M. and Ishikawa, T. (1992) Experimental operation of pruning machine BAUMHEXE (I) Operational output and physiological load on manual and mechanical movement methods. Trans. 103th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:665-666 (in Japanese).

    8. * Setiawan, A.H., Suzuki, Y., and Gotou, J. (2013) Classification of forest operations with regard to hourly cost to productivity balance - A proposal of a framework for analysis of the relationship between hourly cost and productivity using a simple chart -. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 28:143-148.

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  5. Damage to Residual Stands

    1. * Suzuki, Y., Kanzaki, K. and Kawakami, Y. (1993) Damage and growth of a residual stand after a logging operation with a non-clear cutting system. Journal of Japanese Forestry Society 75:528-537 (in Japanese with English summary).

    2. Suzuki, Y. (1996) Damage to and after-growth of residual stand from tree-length thinning in the Chugoku mountains in Japan. In: Loren Kellogg and Ginger Milota (Eds.) Proc. IUFRO P 3.07 Meeting, IUFRO XX World Congress, Tampere, Finland, August 6-12, 1995: 221-229.

    3. Suzuki, Y. (1996) Damage to trees of residual stand: A case study of selective thinning on dense young Japanese man-made forests. In: Canadian Woodlands Forum and Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (Eds.) Proceedings of the technical papers presented at the DEMO'96 Conference organized by the Canadian Woodlands Forum and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, September 9-11, 1996, Quebec, Canada: 41-45.

    4. * Suzuki, Y. (2000) Damage to residual stands from thinning with short-span tower yarders: Re-examination of wounds after five years. Journal of Forest Research 5:201-204. [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI:10.1007/BF02762402]

    5. Suzuki, Y. and Omachi, Y. (2005) Logging cable systems with less impact to residual stands: Example of Japanese cable systems for thinning operations. In: N. Wistara, R. Amarthalingam, S. Gandaseca, J.K. Chubo, G. James, Z. Rosli and S. Bokhari (Eds.) Proc. International forestry seminar, Synergistic approach to appropriate forestry technology for sustaining rainforest ecosystems. 346pp, 7-9 March 2005, University Putra Malaysia Bintulu Campus, Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia: 39-50.

    6. * Suzuki, Y., Miyata, H. and Yamasaki, T. (2013) Suppressing effect of remedying chemical coating on artificial tree damage against inner wood discoloration – Status of the damages two years after the treatment –. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 28:137-141 (in Japanese).


    7. * Sugimoto, J., Suzuki, Y. and Gotou, J. (2011) Soil movement and underground vegetation mass in Sugi stands after line thinning. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 26:105-110 (in Japanese).

    8. * Watanabe, Y., Suzuki, Y., Gotou, J. and Sakai, H. (2014) Change of soil movement on man-made forest by different cutting treatments for two years. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 29:149-156 (in Japanese).

    9. * Watanabe, Y., Suzuki, Y., and Sakai, H. (2017) Variation of surface soil movements in plantation forest subject to potential Future Tree Management practice: Observations on surface organic matter, vegetation cover and sediment discharge over a three year period. Journal of Japanese Forestry Society 99(1): (in print) (in Japanese with English summary).

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  6. Modified Excavator

    1. * Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1996) The working stability and the efficiency of a remodelled excavator having an expansion arm with a small ground undercarriage. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 78:250-256 (in Japanese with English summary).

    2. * Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1998) Working efficiency of a remodelled excavator having an extensible arm mounted on a small ground undercarriage assuming that the minimum operational stability required of the excavator is secured. Journal of Japanese Forestry Society 80:8-15 (in Japanese with English summary).

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  7. Helicopter Logging

    1. Suzuki, Y. and Sakai, T. (1989) Helicopter logging in Yoshino district. Bull. Kyoto University Forest 61:217-227 (in Japanese with English summary).

    2. Suzuki, Y. and Sakai, T. (1990) Regional utilizing system of helicopter logging. Trans. 101th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:709-712 (in Japanese).

    3. Suzuki, Y. (1991) On the management system using helicopter logging. Trans. 102th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:657-658 (in Japanese).

    4. Suzuki, Y. (1992) Usage of helicopter logging for preliminary investment of sustainable management. In: A.G.D. Whyte (Ed.) Proc. IUFRO S3.04.01 Conference, Chiristchurch 27-31 January 1992: 174-180.

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  8. Others

    1. Suzuki, Y., Miyake, T. and Kanzaki, K. (1990) Utilization of the stereo-photo plotter for supporting system of selecting forest road location. Bull. Kyoto University Forest 62:221-228 (in Japanese with English summary).

    2. Suzuki, Y. (1991) Present Status and Future Problem of Logging in Tropical Forests of SABAH, SARAWAK States in MALAYSIA. Journal of Forest Mechanization Society 450:38-43 (in Japanese).

    3. Suzuki, Y., Takeguchi, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1991) Estimating Stand Volume and Its Change in Time Series by Means of Aerophotograph. Bull. Kyoto University Forest 63:137-145 (in Japanese with English summary).

    4. Suzuki, Y. and Goto, J. (1993) Some investigations on practical utility of the portable GPS-receiver - A case study in East Karimantan, Indonesia. Trans. Kansai Branch of the Japanese Forestry Society 2:51-54 (in Japanese).

    5. Suzuki, Y. (1999) Report on the International Mountain Logging and 10th Pacific Northwest Skyline Symposium. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 14:139-144 (in Japanese).

    6. Suzuki, Y. (2000) Report on the workshop on forest ecosystem rehabilitation and the sefety investigation on canopy walkway system, Sarawak, Malaysia. Journal of the Japan Forest Engineering Society 15:71-76 (in Japanese).

    7. * Suzuki, Y., Tsuzuki, H., Gotou, J. and Sweda, T. (2010) A theoretical examination of systematic error in crown volume estimation from line-transects by airborne laser altimetry. FORMATH 9:39-58 (in Japanese with English summary).


    8. Yamamoto, T., Numata, K., Sakai, T. and Suzuki, Y. (1992) On the study of physiological load of worker while working forest machine (4) - Hauling of thinned log (polished log) by forest tractor -. Bull. Kyoto University Forest 64:173-180 (in Japanese with English summary).

    9. Sakai, T., Kaneko, T, Suzuki, Y. and Kanzaki, K. (1992) Studies on tree measurements using non-prism laser telemeter. Trans. 103th Meeting of the Japanese Forestry Society:117-118 (in Japanese).

    10. Sakai, T. and Suzuki, Y. (1993) On personal computer software for forestry (II) Creation of DTM and visualization of topographical data. Rep. Kyoto University Forest 25:114-121 (in Japanese).

    11. Sakai, T. and Suzuki, Y. (1993) Studies on the simplified forest information reference using personal computer. Trans. Japanese Forestry Society 104:277-278 (in Japanese).

    12. Kaneko, R., Suzuki, Y.**, Gotou, J., Eino, C., Makino, K., Tsuzuki, H. and Sweda, T. (2006) Stand density estimation of young plantation forests by digitally modified aero-photographs: verification of the method with data of the growing stock investigation project for CO2 sink over the stands in Ehime prefecture, Japan, by airborne laser altimetry. In: Y. Hirata, Y. Awaya, T. Takahashi, T. Sweda and H. Tsuzuki (Eds.) Proc. International Conference, Silvilaser 2006, November 7-10, 2006, Matsuyama, Japan: 207-210.

    13. * Kaneko, R., Suzuki, Y.**, Gotou, J., Eino, C., Makino, K., Tsuzuki, H. and Sweda, T. (2008) Estimation of stand density of young plantations using digitized aerial photographs in Ehime prefecture, Japan. Journal of Forest Planning 13:141-146.

    14. * Birundu, A.O., Suzuki, Y., Gotou, J. and Matsumoto, M. (2016) Analysis of the role of forest, biomass policy legislation and other factors that may affect the future of Kenya’s forests: Use of Japanese forestry as a model. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 36: 90-105 .[DOI: 10.1080/10549811.2016.1260037 [IF(2016):0.625]]

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