※Blue Paper are available to down road, as PDF files.
Kazuyuki Onoda, Shinji Miyamoto, Hirotsugu Fujita, Taisaku Komeie, Norifumi Kawahara and Hiroshi Kawaguchi (2013) Historical Geography in Japan since 1980. Japanese Journal of Human Geography, 65, 1-28.
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Kazuo ANDO, Nityananda DEKA, Abani Kumar BHAGABATI and Tomo RIBA (2012) Historical migration and land development around the eastern Himalayas. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 6 (2), 25-28.
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Kazuo ANDO, Nityananda DEKA, Abani Kumar BHAGABATI and Tomo RIBA (2011) Historical land Development in Central and Eastern Himalayas. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 5 (Special Issue), 37-40.
Shinji MIYAMOTO and Kazuo ANDO (2010) Buried Humus Soil Layers and Land Development in Central and Eastern Himalayas. Bhagabati, A. K. ed., “Short paper and Abstracts: Agricultural Ecosystem and Sustanable Development in Brahmaputra Basin, Assam, India”, 56-61.
Shinji MIYAMOTO (2010) Late Pleistocene Sedimentary Environment of the “Homeb Silts” Deposit, along the middle Kuiseb River in the Namib Desert, Namibia. African Study Monograph Supplementary Issue, 40, 51−66.
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Kazuo Ando and Abani Kumar Bhagabati (2009) Agricultural land formation process and deforestation in the Himalayas. Himalayan Study Monographs, 10, 64-72. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Haruo Uchida, Kazuo Ando and Muhammad Salim (2009) The formation process of the homestead (bari-bhiti) along the Jamuna-river alluvial lowland, Central Bangladesh. Historical Disaster Studies in Kyoto, 10, 27-35. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO (2008) Himalayas area, the Issue of Natural disaster of the High altitude mountain areas. Himalayan Study Monographs, 9, 49-53. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO and Tsuneo Nakajima (2006) The distribution changes of Japanese freshwater fishes and human impact since the Jomon period, using the Fish remains. Zoo-archaeology, 23, 39-53. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO (2004) Environmental History from Geography as Field Science. Masayoshi Kusaka (eds. ) “Geomophological environment and Historical Landscapes” , Kokon-shoin, Tokyo, pp. 7-21. **
Shinji Miyamoto and Atsushi Makino (2002) The change of lake level, ecotone and human activities in Lake Biwa. Global Environmental Research (Chikyuu-Kankyo), 7, 17-36. **
Shinji Miyamoto, Naoko Watanabe, Atsushi Makino and Masayoshi Maehata (2001) The distribution changes of Silurus asotus since the Jomon period in the Japanese Archipelago, using the faunal remains. Zoo-archaeology, 16, 61-73. *
Shinji Miyamoto, Tamaki Kunishita and Ryo Nakatsuka (2001) Palaeoenvironments and archaeological site location in the Kohun period, around the Western part of Yamashiro Basin, Central Japan. The Historical Geography, 203, 22-33. *
Shinji Miyamoto, Yoshinori Yasuda, Hiroyuki Kitagawa and Keiji Takemura (1999) Palaeoenvironmental changes in the Jakagamiike moor, Fukui Prefecture, Central Japan, during the past 14000 years. Japanese Journal of Palynology, 45, 1-12. **
Shinji MIYAMOTO (1998) Buried humic soil layers and deforestation in Eastern Nepal. Journal of Geography, 107, 535-541. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Yoshinori Yasuda and Hiroyuki Kitagawa (1998) Palaeoenvironmental changes in the Last Glacial Maximum around the Wakasa Bay Area, Central Japan. G. Benito, V. R. Baker and K. J. Gregory (eds.)., “Palaeohydrology and Environmental Change”, John Wiley & Sons, 139-152.
Shinji MIYAMOTO (1996) Paleoenvironments during the Early Kohun period, around the alluvial lowland along the river Obata, in the Southwest of Yamashiro basin, Western Japan. The Historical Geography, 180, 41-49. *
Shuji Iwata and Shinji Miyamoto (1996) History of deforestation in the Himalayas. TROPICS (The Japan Society of Tropical Ecology), 5, 243-262. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Yoshinori Yasuda and Hiroyuki Kitagawa. (1996) Paleoenvironments in the Last Glacial Maximum around the Naka-Ikemi Moor, Fukui Prefecture, Central Japan. Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University, 31, 131-147.
Shuji Iwata, Shinji Miyamoto and Yoshihiko Kariya (1996) Deforestation in Eastern and Central Nepal. Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University, 31, 119-130.
Shinji MIYAMOTO, Yoshinori Yasuda and Hiroyuki Kitagawa (1995) Sedimentary facies and chronology of core samples from the Naka-Ikemi moor, Fukui Prefecture, Central Japan: Sedimentary environment for the past 50 ka. Journal of Geography, 104, 865-873. *
Shinji MIYAMOTO (1995) The changes of Geomorphological environment and human dwelling in archaeological site, Nagaoka-kyou R368, Alluvial lowland of Koizumi river, western area of Yamashiro basin, Kyoto Prefecture, The Historical Geography, 176, 30-42. *
Shinji Miyamoto and Yoshihumi Kokudai (1994) Geomophological environment of Historical period in Hagi Delta, Yamaguchi Prefecture: Especially on the formative period of castle town. Area Yamaguchi, 23, 13-25. *
( *in Japanese with English abstract **in Japanese)