2020年度 夏 田んぼ10年プロジェクトに参加している皆さんの生き物を大切にして育てたお米を紹介するサイトを作ります。是非、情報をお寄せください。

Report for Ramsar COP11 on Good Practices for Enhancing Biodiversity in Rice Paddy Ecosystem in Japan, Korea and Other Asian Countries

Published by Ministry of the Environment of Japan
Edited by Rice Paddy Working Group, Ramsar Network Japan

Supported by
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan.
Gyeongsangnamdo Ramsar Environmental Foundation
Lake Biwa Region Rice Paddy Organisms Study Group

6 July 2012

CONTENTS

Top Page
Cover_1
Cover_2
Cover_3
Cover_4

 

Title Authors Page(s) of each report
Foreword 1
・Resolution/ Decision on Biodiversity in Rice Paddy
i) Ramsar COP10 Res.X.31: Enhancing Biodiversity
in Rice Paddies as Wetland Systems
4
ii) CBD COP10 Dec. X/34.: Agricultural Biodiversity 5
a) Outline
 a-1) Findings from Researches for Organisms of Rice Paddies
a-1-1)Biodiversity of Rice Paddies S. Iwabuchi et al. 3
a-1-2)Biodiversity in Rice Paddies M. Kurechi 2
a-2) Concept and Models of Integrated Biodiversity Management (IBM)

in Rice Paddies

a-2-1) Integrated Biodiversity Management (IBM)  

in Rice Paddies

K. Kiritani 4
a-2-2) Integrated Biodiversity Management in

Paddy Fields: Shift of Paradigm from IPM

toward IBM

K. Kiritani 9
a-3) Inventory of Organisms in Paddies
a-3-1) Biodiversity in Rice Paddy I (poster) A. Furuya 1
a-3-2) Biodiversity in Rice Paddy II (poster) A. Furuya 1
a-3-3-1) Inventory ofOrganisms Things in Rice

Paddies (Fauna)

edited by
K. Kiritani
a-3-3-1-1) Insecta 57
a-3-3-1-2) Araneomorpha & Acaromorpha 6
a-3-3-1-3) Amphibians &Reptiles 3
a-3-3-1-4) Fishes 5
a-3-3-1-5) Molluscs 3
a-3-3-1-6) Crustaceans & Rotifers 10
a-3-3-1-7) Nematoda & Annelida 4
a-3-3-1-8) Birds 7
a-3-3-1-9) Mamals 2
a-3-3-1-10) Protista & Cyanobacteria 15
a-3-3-2) Inventory of Organisms in Rice

Paddies (Flora)

edited by
K. Kiritani
a-3-3-2-1) Plants 49
a-3-3-2-2) Bryopsida 4
 
b) Comprehensive Report
b-1)Traditional Use and Availability of Aquatic Biodiversity in Rice-based
Ecosystems (FAO)
b-1-1) I. Kampong Thom Province, Kingdom  

of Cambodia

Tonette et al. 13
b-1-2) II. Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, People’s  

Republic of China

L. Aidong 11
b-1-3) III. Xieng Khouang and Houa Phanh

Provinces, Lao PDR

X. Choulamany 18
b-1-4) IV. Lai Chau and Hoa Binh Provinces,

Viet Nam

E. Meusch 14
b-1-5) V. Rice-fish Farming Tradition and Current

Practices in Northwestern Viet Nam

E. Meusch 24
b-1-6) VI. Utilization of Aquatic Biodiversity in

Mountainous Rice-based Ecosystems of

China and Viet Nam

FAO 1
b-2) Comprehensive Program Based on Enhansing Biodiversity of

Surrounding Rice Paddies of Kabukuri-numa Wetland

b-2-1) Restoring Rice Paddy Wetland

Environments and the Local Sustainable

Society – Project for Achieving Co-existence

of Rice Paddy Agriculture Kabukuri-numa,

Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

M. Kurechi 12
b-2-2) Activities for Co-existing Rice Agriculture

with Over-Wintering Geese in

Kabukuri-numa and Surrounding Rice

Paddies

M. Kurechi 18
b-3) Comprehensive Program to Protect Rice Paddy Biodiversity in the

Lake Biwa Watershed

b-3-1) Practices for Conserving Paddy Field

Biodiversity in the Basin of Lake Biwa, a

Ramsar Wetland

T. Ohtsuka 5
b-3-2) The “Yurikago Suiden” Project: Has this

Effort to Revive Paddy fields as Fish

Nurseries Succeeded?

T. Hazama et al. 2
b-3-3) Winter Flooding Provides a Habitat for

Threatened Fish and Amphibians in a Hilly

Area Paddy Field

S. Ono et al. 2
b-3-4) Predation by Crucian Carp Larva/fry

Visualizes Biological Interactions of Paddy

Field Community

T. Ohtsuka et. al. 2
b-3-5) Pioneer Studies on Some Microscopic

Organisms: an Unknown Aspect of Species

Diversity in Paddy Fields

T. Ohtsuka et al. 2
b-3-6) An important Factor Limiting the

Distribution of Large Branchiopods in Shiga

Prefecture, Japan: Moisture Content of Rice

Paddy Soil in Winter

M. Maeda et al. 2
b-3-7) Aquatic Animal Assemblages Inhabiting the

Rice Fields in Shiga Prefecture, Central

Japan

Y. Mukai. 3
b-3-8) Sustainability of “Rice of Takashima

Ikimono Tambo”with standing on market

sympathy

K. Honda 2
b-4) Environmental Construction of Municipal Communities for

co-existence with waterbirds

b-4-1) Social Development and Regional

Regeneration through Re-introducing

Oriental White Stork and Enhancing

Biodiversity of Rice Paddy in Toyooka,

Japan.

H. Miyagaki 8
b-4-2) Sado’s Satoyama in Harmony with

Japanese Crested Ibis -The Sado GIAHS

Project-

K. Takano 3
b-4-3) Osaki, the City Which Attracts Migratory

Birds -its Efforts for Co-existence of

Agriculture and Wildlife –

Osaki City 6
b-4-4) Project for the nature-symbiotic Community

Development Noda City, Chiba Prefecture

T. Nemoto 6
b-5) Programs to Enhance Biodiversity of Rice Paddies in Tsunami

Attacked Areas by Great East Japan Earthquake

b-5-1) Tohoku Green Renaissance Projects

– Rebuilding from 3.11 Disaster

S. Iwabuchi 25
b-5-2) Restoration from the Tsunami through

Resilience of Ecosystem

T. Iwabuchi 1
 
c) Reports on Special Fields
c-1) Soil Microbial Diversity
c-1-1) Advocacy of Positive Environmental

Assessment Using Soil Microbial Diversity

and its VitalityValue

N. Sakuramoto et al. 6
c-1-2) A New Index for Right Agriculture,

“Soil Mirogobial Diversity Vitality Value

(SMDVV)”

N. Sakuramoto 2
c-1-3) Soil Microbial Diversity and Its Vitality Value

– Vitalize Agriculture, Vitalize Local People –

N. Sakuramoto 1
c-2) Waterbirds and Rice Paddies
c-2-1) Summer-flooded Fields and Shorebirds

– Creating Stopover Sites for Shorebirds on

their Fall Migration in Summer-flooded

Wheat Rotation Fields-

A. Furuya 6
c-2-2) Bird Use of Rice Fields in Korea and Japan M. Fujioka et al. 23
c-3) Information Provided by Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and
Fisheries of Japan
c-3-1) Handbook for Nurturing Living Things in

Rice Paddies and Other Agricultural Fields

(excerpts)

MAFFJ 11
c-3-2) Guidebook on Living Things Trademark

(excerpts)

MAFFJ 4
 
d) International Symposiums on Practical Use of Rice Paddy

Resolution X.31

d-1) TAKASHIMA WORKSHOP- International Workshop on Rice Paddy and

Wetland Conservation, Takashima, Japan, 6-7 August 2010

[Summary]
d-1-1) Summary of Workshop 1
d-1-2) Sustainable Rice Paddy Management for

the CBD 2020 Target

H. Isozaki

 

1
d-1-3) An Urgent Need in Asia: Effective

Rice Paddy-related Legislation for Wetland

and Biodiversity Conservation

A. Tolentino 1
d-1-4) Where do We Go from Here? R. D’Cruz 1
d-1-5) Case on Kabukuri-numa and Surrounding

Rice Paddies – Beyond CBD COP10

M. Kurechi 1
d-1-6) Intensification of Malaysia Rice Agro

Ecosystems on Sustainable Developmentin

Enhancing Rice Production

M. Mansor 1
d-1-7) System of Rice Intensification (SRI)

Method; a Boon for Rice Paddy Farmers of

Chilika Lake Basin, India.

A. Pattnaik 1
d-1-8) Rice Production and a Vision for

Mekong’s Wetlands

B. B. Bhandari 1
d-1-9) Making Rice Paddy Compatible with

Wetland Conservation Objective

B. B. Bhandari 1
d-1-10) Rice Paddy as a Climate Change

Adaptation option in the wetlands of

Bangladesh

S. Hossain 1
d-1-11) Sustainable Rice Paddy for Floodplain

Ecosystem Conservation under

Emerging Climate Change: Case of

Bangladesh Ecosystem

M. A minulIslam 1
d-1-12) The Satoyama Initiative-Advancing

Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes for

the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human

Well-being

Y. Natori 1
d-1-13) Rice Paddy Wetlands in China C. Kelin 1
d-1-14) Biodiversity on Nice paddy T. Kiuchi 1
d-1-15) Comparisons of Bird Communities of

Organically and Conventionally Grown Rice

Field in Korea.

W. Shin Lee 1
[Full Reports]
d-1-16) Successful Cases on Sustainable

Rice Paddy Farming Practices and Wetland

Conservation in Asia

Published by MOE 102
d-2) ASIAN WETLAND SYMPOSIUM (AWS) Wuxi, China, 11-13 October

2011 Session V: Wetlands and agriculture; Follow up Rice Paddy

Resolution X.31

d-2-1) Effective Governance of Rice Paddies for

Wetland and Biodiversity Conservation

A. Tolentino 1
d-2-2) Abundance and It’s Local Movement

Odonata Manik Ranbung Rice Field, North of

Sumatera-Indonesia

A. Zuliy anti Siregar, et.al 1
d-2-3) The Role of the Business Sector For the

Conservation and Wise Use of Wetlamds

-Aleph’s Activity on Rice Paddies

Y. Hashibe 1
d-2-4) The Revitalization of our Regional

Community and Economy through Stork

Conservation: Challenge for

Toyooka (Toyooka city, Hyogo prefecture)

M. Nakagai 2
d-2-5) What is the Farmlamd Use that Suits

Natural Environment around Lagoon in

Shiga Prefecture Japan

R. Oasa et al. 2
d-2-6) Reintroduction of Crested Ibises to Rice

Paddies in Sado

K. Takano 2
d-2-7) Creating the Way towards Co-existence of

Communityand the Japanese Crested Ibis

K. Mori et al. 2
d-3) International Symposia for the Creation of a Japan/Korea Local

Government Network for Implementing Ramsar Resolution X.31

Bugok, Korea, 27 April-1 May 2012

-Session 1: Local Government’s Effort to Enhancing the Biodiversity in

Rice Paddy

d-3-1) Project to Make Use of Multi-function of

Rice Paddies in OsakI City

M. Maruta 18
d-3-2) The Revitalization of Our Regional

Community and Economy through Stork

Reintroduction

M. Nakagai 21
d-3-3) Restration of Crested Ibis and Rice Paddies

in Sado Is.

M. Kai 18
d-3-4) Crested Ibis Restoration in Korea S. Lee 15
-Session 2: Case Study of Rice Paddy Biodiversity Enhancement Activity in
S.Korea and Japan
d-3-5) A Rice Farming together with Oriental

White Stork

O. Oka 13
d-3-6) Good Practices of Rice Paddy Farming

Enhancing Biodiversity in Japan

M. Kurechi 22
d-3-7) A Challenge to Enhancing the Rice Paddy

Biodiversity in Gyeongnam Province

C. Lee 10
d-3-8) The Living Environment Agriculture LEA Inst. 9
d-3-9) Bugok_Declaration 2
d-4) Ramsar COP11 Side Event
d-4-1) Enhancement of Biodiversity in Rice Paddies

as Wetland Ecosystem (program)

RNJ & KNRPW 2
 
e) Others
e-1) Song of “Fuyumizu-tambo” (Winter-flooded Rice Paddy)
e-1-1) Words & music Japanese T. Tanaka 2
e-1-2) Song “Fuyumizu-tambo”

(winter-flooded rice paddy) in Japanese

Vocal; T. Tanaka & Children
e-1-3) Song Children Chorus “Fuyumizu-tambo” Vocal; Fuyumizu-tambo Children Chorus
e-1-4) Words: Korean Kim Fan 2
e-1-5) Song “Fuyumizu-tambo” in Korean MMM-Mama’s Moment Musical
e-1-6) Words: English A. Takahashi 1
e-1-7) Song Winter-flooded Rice Fields

Forever: English

 Vocal: David
e-2) Song and dance of Fuyumizu-Tango
e-2-1) Song and dance of Fuyumizu-Tango “Music & Words by M. Iida

Vocal: M.Matsuhashi

English Words by A. Suzuki

Credit: Aleph-Inc.”

e-2-2) Song full version
e-2-3) Words; Japanese, English 3
e-3) List of Persons and Organizations Contributeed 1