Takashina, N. & K. Kakinuma, Modeling a pastoral social-ecological system and its application to climate risk assessment on traditional livelihoods, Sustainability Science, In press

Erm, P., A. Balmford, N. C. Krueck, N. Takashina, & M. H. Holden, Marine protected areas can benefit biodiversity even when bycatch species only partially overlap fisheries. Journal of Applied Ecology, In press


Fung, T., N. Takashina, & R. A. Chisholm, Mechanistic partitioning of species richness in diverse tropical forest tree communities with immigration and temporal environmental stochasticity. Journal of Ecology, 111:2441-2456

Kubota, Y., B. Kusumoto, T. Shiono, S. Ikari, K. Fukaya, N. Takashina, Y. Yoshikawa, Y. Shigeto, M. Shimbo, A. Takeuchi, Y. Saigusa & O. Komori, Biodiversity big data and prospects of nature visualization (Japanese article), Japanese Journal of Biometrics, 43:145-188

Tanaka, T. & N. Takashina, Governance Paradox: Implications from Japan's national parks for managing complex protected areas, Sustainability Science, 18:1995-2007

Cheung, H., Feng, Y. P., Hinsley, A., Lee, T. M., Possingham, H. P., Smith, S. N., Thomas-Walters, L., Wang, Y., & Biggs, D. Understanding China's political will for sustainability and conservation gains, People and Nature, 5:57-68

Takashina, N. & B. Kusumoto, A perspective on biodiversity data and applications for spatio-temporally robust spatial planning for area-based conservation, Discover Sustainability, 4:1

Takashina, N., H. Cheung & M. Miyazawa, Spread the word: Sharing information on social media can stabilize conservation funding and improves ecological outcomes, Conservation Science and Practice, 5:e12857


Tanaka, T., O. Tiku, & N. Takashina, Empowering voluntary approaches for environmental sustainability and resilient communities: a case study from Okinawa, Japan, Discover Sustainability, 3:27

Takashina, N. & T. Tanaka, Spillover-mediated harvesting competition: effects of fishing ground configuration on fisheries targeting transboundary species, Journal of Environmental Management, 317:115360

Takashina, N., Linking multi-level population dynamics: state, role, and population, PeerJ, 10:e13315

Takashina, N. & T. Tanaka, Immediate and cumulative stresses associated with the multiscale impacts of ecotourism on ecological status and resilience, Sustainability Science, 17:2133-2142

Kass, J.M., N. Takashina, N. Friedman, B. Kusumoto & M.E. Blair, Idea Paper: improving forecasts of community composition with lightweight biodiversity monitoring across ecological and anthropogenic disturbance gradients, Ecological Research, 37:466-470

Takashina, N.,  M.J. Plank, C.N. Jenkins & E.P. Economo, Species-range size distributions: integrating the effects of speciation, transformation, and extinction, Ecology and Evolution, 12:e8341


Takashina, N., Long-term conservation effects of protected areas in stochastic population dynamics, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9:672608

Takashina, N. & E.P. Economo, Developing generalized sampling schemes with known error properties: the case of a moving observer, Ecography, 44:293-306


Takashina, N., On the spillover effect and optimal size of marine reserves for sustainable fishing yields, PeerJ, 8:e9798

Takashina, N. & Ø. Fiksen, Optimal reproductive phenology under size-dependent cannibalism, Ecology and Evolution, 10:4241-4250

Nao Takashina's publications prior to 2020 are found in his Personal webpage.