Major Achievements of Prof. Inubushi in 2013 本文へジャンプ

1-Peer-reviewed Articles
  1. Kong Y, Watanabe M, Nagano H, Watanabe K, Yashima M, Inubushi K (2013) Effects of land-use type and nitrogen addition on nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide production potentials in Japanese Andosols. Soil Sci Plant Nutr 59(5):790-799
  2. Rajinder Singh Antil, Tarun Sharma, Inubushi K (2013) Laboratory and greenhouse assessment of plant-available N in organic materials. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Sci. 59, (3): 411-422
  3. Kong Y, Nagano H, Kátai, J, Vágó I, Oláh Á Z, Yashima M, Inubushi K (2013) CO2, N2O and CH4 production/consumption potentials of soils under different land-use types in central Japan and eastern Hungary. Soil Sci Plant Nutr 59 (3): 455-462
  4. Watanabe T, Luu HM, Nguyen NH, Ito O, Inubushi K (2013) Combined Effects of the Continual Appllication of Composted Rice Straw and Chemical Fertilizer on Rice Yield under a Double Rice Cropping System in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Japan Agr Research Quarterly 47(4):397-404
  5. Singla A, Dubey SK, Iwasa H, Inubushi K (2013) Nitrous oxide flux from Komatsuna (Brassica rapa) vegetated soil: a comparison between biogas digested liquid and chemical fertilizer. Biology and Fertility of Soils 49(7): 971-976
  6. Singla A, Inubushi K (2013) CO2, CH4 and N2O production potential of paddy soil after biogas byproducts application under waterlogged condition. International J of Agr, Environment and Biotechnology 6(2): 233-239

2-Oral Presentations
  1. Kazuyuki Inubush:International Conference on Engineering Research, Innovation and Education (ICERIE), (11-13 January, 2013 School of Applied Science & Technology Shahjalal University of Science and Technologh, Sylhet, Bangladesh) Invited Lecture
  2. János KÁTAI, Imre VÁGÓ, Mária BORBÉLY, YuHua KONG, Kazuyuki INUBUSHI: CORRELATION BETWEEN MINERAL NUTRIENTS AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN HUNGARIAN AND JAPANESE SOILS. 12th Alps-Adria Scientific Workshop, (March 18-23, 2013,Opatijiam Croatia) Proceedings.p249-252
  3. János KÁTAI, Ágnes ZSUPOSNÉ OLÁH, Péter SIMÁNDI, YuHua KONG, Kazuyuki INUBUSHI: EFFECTS OF LAND USE AND NUTRIENT SUPPLY ON THE SOIL MICROBIAL PROCESSES OF CARBON AND NITROGEN CYCLES. 12th Alps-Adria Scientific Workshop (March 18-23, 2013,Opatijiam Croatia) Proceedings.p273-276
  4. Olivyn Angeles, To Phuc Tuong, Yasukazu Hosen, Romeo Cabangon, Lizzida Llorca, Reynaldo Rodriguez, Ruth Agbisit, Kazuyuki Inubushi: N-FERTILIZER AND STRAW MANAGEMANT EFFECTS ON GRAIN YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF RICE GROWN UNDER ALTERNATE WETTING AND DRYING(AWD) IRRIGATION. The 16th PSSST Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference (May 29-31, 2013, Subic, Zambales) Proceedings. p66A-66B
  5. Inubushi, K.: Soil microbial biomass in Andosol for C storage index and buried paleosol. IUSS Global Soil C Conference (3-6 June 2013 Madison,WI,USA) Proceedings. p17
  6. Kazuyuki INUBUSHI and YuHua KONG: Soil microbial biomass in Andosol and buried Paleosol for C storage index. The 21th International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry (October 13-18, 2013, Huazhong Agricultural University Wuhan, China) Proceedings.p42
  7. YuHua KONG, Mirai WATANABE and Kazuyuki INUBUSHI: Temporal Dynamics of Greenhouse Gas Fluxes under Three Adjacent Land-use Types in Central Japan. (October 13-18, 2013, Huazhong Agricultural University Wuhan, China) Proceedings.p54

3-Poster Presentations

① Satoshi Togashi, Naohiro Takahashi and Kazuyuki Inubushi: Effects of terrestrial cyanobacteria application on plant growth in arid soil. (October 13-18, 2013, Huazhong Agricultural University Wuhan, China) Proceedings.p119

4-Doctor thesis under the mentorship

1. Takeshi Watanabe(March 2013): Development of sustainable soil fertility management   methods using rice straw compost for paddy soil in the Mekong Delta. Graduate School of   Horticulture, Chiba University
2. Satoshi Togashi(March 2013): Comprehensive approach to prevent desertification in Alashan, Inner Mongolia. Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University
3. Hirohiko Nagano(March 2013): Greenhouse gas fluxes, and soil carbon and nitrogen content at Japanese and Russian soils with different land-use histories. Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University