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Article 

  • Murakami, M., Furukawa, Y., and Inubushi, K. (2005): Methane production after liming to tropical acid peat soil, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue), 697-699.

  • Ogiyama, S., Sakamoto, K., Suzuki, H., Ushio, S., Anzai, T. and Inubushi, K.(2005):Accumulation of zinc and copper in an arable field after animal manure applications, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51(6), 801-808.

  • Ogiyama, S., Sakamoto, K., Suzuki, H., Ushio, S., Anzai, T. and Inubushi, K.(2006):Measurement of concentrations of trace metals in arable soils with animal manure application using instrumental neutron activation analysis and the concentrated acid digestion method, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,52(1), 114-121.

  • Oslan J., Yusminah H., and Inubushi, K. (2005): Production and emission of nitrous oxide and responsible microorganisms in upland acid soil in Indonesia, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue), 693-696.

  • Priyadi, K., Hadi, A., Siagian, T.H., Nisa, C., Azizah, A., Raihani, N., and Inubushi, K. (2005): Effect of chicken manure and microbial inoculation on microbial properties of two acidic wetland soils and sweet corn performance in Indonesia, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue), 689-691.

  • Simandi, P., Takayanagi, M., and Inubushi, K. (2005): Changes in the pH of two different composts are dependent on the production of organic acids, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue), 771-774.

  • Suzuki, H., Suzuki, Y., Kumagai, H., Nogawa, N., Kawate, M., Sawahata, H., Sakamoto, K. and Inubushi, K. (2006): Influence of sewage sludge compost applications on uptake of element by cultivated crops in a brown forest soil -Measurement by neutron activation analysis-, RADIOISOTOPES, 55 (3), 135-145.

  • Tirol-Padre, A., Tsuchiya, K., Inubushi, K., and Ladha, J.K. (2005): Enhancing soil quality through residue management in a rice-wheat system in Fukuoka, Japan. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 51 (6) 849-860.

  • Ushiwata, S.Y. and Inubushi, K. (2005): Influence of plant residues after steam-treatment with high temperature and pressure on soil microbial biomass C and N, water-soluble C and N, and pH, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue), 775-777.

  • Watanabe, M., Takamatsu, T., Koshikawa, K. M., Sakamoto, K. and Inubushi, K. (2006): Simultaneous determination of atmospheric sulfur and nitrogen oxides using a battery-operated portable filter pack sampler, J. Environ. Monit., 8, 167-173.

  • Xu, Xingkai, Boeckx, P., Van Cleemput, O., and Inubushi, K. (2005):  Mineral nitrogen in a rhizosphere soil and in standing water during rice (Oryza sativa L.) growth: effect of hydroquinone and dicyandiamide, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 109(1-2), 107-117.

  • Xu, Xingkai, and Inubushi, K. (2005): Mineralization of nitrogen and N2O production potentials in acid forest soils under controlled aerobic conditions, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue), 683-688.

Reports

  • Inubushi, K., and Mitomi, T. (2006): Development and regional evaluation of mitigation technologies for CH4 and N2O emissions from cultivated lands in Indonesia – Interim report, CU and NIAES

  • Lou, Y., Mizuno, T., Inubushi, K., Kobayashi, K., and Hasegawa, T. (2006): Methane flux and dissolved methane in a rice soil exposed to CO2 elevation, 2006th Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Reserch(B)(1)Report

  • Inubushi,K.,Sakamoto,K.and Sawamoto,T.(2005): Properties of microbial biomass in acid soils and their turnover, Soil Sci. Plant Nutr.,51 (5) (PSILPH Special Issue),605-608

Presentation

  • Amkha, S., and Inubushi, K. (2006): Effects of nitrogen fertilizer on plant growth and N2O flux, Annual Meeting of Jpn. Soc. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., Abstract, p.26

  • Amkha, S., and Inubushi, K. (2006): N2O emission and growth of a leafy vegetable (Brassica campestris L.) as affected by urea forms, 14th World Fertilizer Congress, Chaing Mai, Thailand, Abstract, p.25

  • Hadi, A., Inubushi, K., and Yagi, K. (2005): Greenhouse gas emissions and microbial properties of paddy soils in Japan and Indonesia as influenced by water management, International Rice Conference, Bali, Indonesia, Abstract.

  • Inubushi, K., Muramatsu, Y., Murakami, M., Hadi, A., and Yagi, K. (2006): Potential and applicability of mitigation options for methane emissions from paddy fields in South Kalimantan, Indonesia - A case study, International Workshop on Monsoon Asia Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Tsukuba, Abstract, p.53(p)

  • Inubushi,K., Mizuno,T., Funabiki, T., and Yagi, K.(2005): Monitoring of methanotrophs in paddy soil and plant, In Plant Nutrition for Food Security, Human Health and Environmental Protection (Proseedings of 15th IPNC), Ed. C. J. Li et al., p.1120, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing.

  • Inubushi, K. and Sakamoto, K. (2005): Current progress in soil science research in Chiba University, Japan, Academic Report in Laboratory of Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing

  • Inubushi, K. (2005): Interactions between soil microbial biomass and dynamics of C and N in soil ecosystem, International Symposium 2005, Application of the emerging soil research to the conservation of agricultural ecosystems, Extended Abstract, p.268-269.

  • Inubushi, K. (2006): Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on microbial metabolisms in paddy field, 5th Asia-Pacific Biotechnology Congress and 35th Annual Convention of Philippine Society for Microbiology, Abstract.