助教(筑波大学 生命環境系)


- Since 05.2010: Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Life and Environmental Science at the University of Tsukuba.
- 01.2009 - 03.2010: contracted lecturer, Department of Geography, University of Bonn,
- 01.2008 - 12.2008: Feodor-Lynen Return Fellow (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation), Department of Geography, University of Bonn. Relaxation of a fluvial system after volcanic disturbance in Northern Hokkaido.
- 10.2005 - 09.2007: JSPS Research Fellow at Hokkaido University. Topic: Development of gully systems caused by large-scale land use changes in Pacific-Rim geosystems.
- 10.2002 – 09.2005: Doctor of Philosophy, United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Gifu University. Development of Gully Systems Caused by Large-scale Land-use Changes.


soil erosion, gully erosion, mass movements, human-environment interaction


  1. Parkner T.: リル・ガリーが発達する耕作地における土壌侵食による放射性セシウムの移行状況. In恩田裕一and 8 others, 放射性物質の包括的移行研究, 91-111, 201
  2.  Parkner T. & Dikau, R. (eds, 2009): Climate and Human Impact on High Mountain Geosystems in mid Latitude Regions of the Northern Hemisphere. 2nd Joint Workshop between Germany and Japan. 106pp.
  3. Page M., Marden M., Kasai M., Gomez B., Peacock D., Betts H., Parkner T., Marutani T. & Trustrum, N. (2008): Changes in basin-scale sediment supply and transfer in a rapidly transformed New Zealand landscape. In Habersack H., Hoey T., Piegay, H., Rinaldi, M. and Ergenzinger P. (eds), Gravel Bed Rivers. John Wiley & Sons, 337-358.
  4. Parkner, T., Page, M., Marden, M. & Marutani, T. (2007): Gully systems under undisturbed indigenous forest, East Coast Region, New Zealand. Geomorphology, 84, 241-253.
  5. Parkner T. & Martuani, T. (eds.,2007): Source to Sink Sedimentary Cascades: Perspectives from Germany and Japan. 1st Joint Workshop between Germany and Japan. 31pp.
  6. Parkner T., Page M., Marutani T., Trustrum, N.A.(2006): Development and controlling factors of gullies and gully complexes, East Coast, New Zealand. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 31(2), 187-199, 2006.
  7. Parkner, T. & Marutani, T. (2006): Reworking of a rock flow by gullying, East Coast Region, New Zealand. In Marui H. et al. (eds.), Disaster Mitigation of Debris Flows, Slope Failures, and Landslides, Vol. 1, Proceedings of INTERPRAEVENT International Symposium, Niigata, Japan, Universal Academy Press, Tokyo, pp.57-63


  1. Introduction to Life & Environmental Science (shared)
  2. Field Studies in Live and Environmental Science I (shared)
  3. Field Studies in Live and Environmental Science II (shared)
  4. Paper Preparation and Presentation (shared)
  5. Technical English I (shared)
  6. Technical English II (shared)
  7. Human impact on the environment
  8. Human-environment interactions
  9. Geomorphology
  10. Geomorphological Landscapes of the World
  11. Process Geomorphology (shared)
  12. Soil erosion and land management
  13. Topics in Geoscience A
  14. Seminar on Geoscience (shared)
  15. Field Work in Earth Evolution Science B (shared)
  16. Field Work in Geoenvironmental Science A (past lecture, shared)
  17. 地形学演習A (shared)
  18. 地形学演習B (shared)