Special Greenery Conservation Area
A permanently preserved area that is designated under Japan's Urban Green Spaces Conservation Law as having excellent scenic beauty and landscapes, and therefore requiring conservation as a natural habitat for plants and animals.
 Conservation management plan
Established in order to properly manage conservation efforts in Special Greenery Conservation Areas, this is a plan that defines policies for the greenery conservation management of plant and animal habitats.
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 Sprout regeneration
A process that involves cutting down deciduous broad-leaved oak trees, such as Sawtooth and Konara oak, every 10 to 15 years to bring forth new sprouts from the stumps. By clearing out the tall trees, sunlight is able to reach the forest floor, which allows various plants to grow unimpeded and brings more light to forested areas, thereby creating a more suitable habitat for insects and birds.
 KANTAN HEP
A procedure used to select which regional wildlife should be conserved by designating species of value. This is followed by using diagnostic sheets to perform assessments of those species' habitats in terms of ease of living. KANTAN HEP was developed through a collaboration between Professor Akira Tanaka of Tokyo City University, Fujitsu FIP Corporation and Fujitsu Limited.
 Mobile photo system
A system that enables at-a-glance access to information stored in a database and easy browsing of mapped data. Data is stored by simply e-mailing a designated address with an attached image that has been captured using a GPS-enabled mobile phone to embed it with location and time information.
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Date: 19 April, 2012
City: Kawasaki and Tokyo
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