|| 要旨トップ | 本企画の概要 |||日本生態学会第64回全国大会 (2017年3月、東京) 講演要旨
シンポジウム S05-3 （Lecture in Symposium）
In the paper of his debut on a major ecological journal, Journal of Animal Ecology, in 1995, Shigeru write that "the density of drifting invertebrates is exceedingly high in the surface layer of mountain streams in central Japan, especially during spring and summer, since stream drift is dominated by terrestrial invertebrates falling and drifting on the water surface". This is the first mentioning on the importance of "terrestrial subsidy" on stream aquatic ecosystem, but it is obvious that he had been inspired to notice the importance when he enjoyed the fishing in the stream around his home town, Kamioka. He has a broad view of Ecology and keen insights into the nature, which force him to expand his interests to research. He has to stop to investigate nature with sudden interruption, but his legacy is still inspiring many fields of ecology. In this review, I will review the papers which cited Nakano’s works, and try to examine how his work and also his way of study inspires the present researches on community ecology.