Environmental Policy & Practice atThe University of Tsukuba-JDS Program

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List of Teaching Staff and Their Academic Fields for Supervision Master’s Program in Environmental Sciences Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba

Position Name
(LAST/ First)
  1. Research Keywords for Supervision 
  2. Contact
  3. Message to Future Students
Professor

ASANUMA Jun (Mr.)
  1. Surface Hydrology, Hydrometeorology, Draught, arid hydroclimate, Water Control Science
  2. Contact
    asanuma@suiri.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001098
  3. Message
    Our focuses are on the physical aspects of hydrological phenomena through in-situ and satellite observations, quantitative analyses and numerical simulations.
Professor

ADACHI Yasuhisa (Mr.)
  1. Environmental colloid and interface engineering, Flocculation and Coagulation, Colloid and Interface in Ecosystem, Colloid facilitate transportation, Water treatment , Bio-colloid
  2. Contact
    adachi.yasuhisa.gu@u.tsukuba.ac.jp http://www.agbi.tsukuba.ac.jp/~colloid/
  3. Message
    Our aim is to apply and enhance the knowledge of colloid and interface science in many aspects of bio-technology and environmental sciences. Examples are soil and water, microbiology, algae, water and waste water treatment, food and human health care.
Professor

ISODA Hiroko (Ms.)
  1. Food science, Cell biology, Food and Medicinal plant, Anti-aging, Prevention of life style related disease, Bio-resource, Environmental risk assessment
  2. Contact
    isoda.hiroko.ga@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001303
  3. Message
    Our team developed through the last decade several functional bioassay based on mammalian cells readouts for the screening of health benefit of different bio-resource and identification of their main bio-active compounds.
Professor

KAMIJO Takashi (Mr.)
  1. Forest and grassland ecology, Silviculture, Forests, vegetation, biodiversity, the forestry, nature protection
  2. Contact
    kamijo.takashi.fw@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001306 
  3. Message
    I welcome those who wish to conduct fieldworks on forest ecology, vegetation in Japan/the world, the forestry, and wildlife.
Professor

KUMAGAI Yoshito (Mr.)
  1. Environmental Biology, Toxicology
  2. Contact
    yk-em-tu@md.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001640
  3. Message
Professor


KUSAKA
Hiroyuki (Mr.)
  1. Urban climate, local meteorology, atmospheric boundary layer, numerical simulation, synoptic-scale weather in east Asia, weather forecast, global warming
  2. Contact
    kusaka@ccs.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www2.envr.tsukuba.ac.jp/eng/faculty-research/fr-view?id=39
  3. Message
     
Professor

MATSUMOTO Hiroshi (Mr.)
  1. Environmental biochemistry, Modes of action of herbicides and phytotoxic natural products, Mechanisms of herbicide resistance, Chlorophyll and carotenoid synthesis inhibitors, Reactive oxygen species in plants, Antioxidative enzymes and antioxidants
  2. Contact
    hmatsu@biol.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001347 
  3. Message
    Herbicides are phytotoxic compounds released into the agroecosystem. Plants and microorganisms synthesize natural phytotoxic compounds. To understand their modes of action is very important for reducing an environmental risk. Those graduate students who are interested in the interaction between plants and chemical substances are welcome.             
Professor

MURAKAMI Akinobu (Mr.)
  1. landscape planning, Urban and rural planning, Urban heat island, Urbanization and environmental change, Planning history
  2. Contact
    murakami@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000000861
  3. Message
    The development of urban areas holds the key to many of the challenges we face in our interactions with the environment. Our laboratory seeks to provide a better understanding of the interactions and feedbacks between environment and urban development at the local and regional scales through field survey and analysis using GIS, remote sensing data and numerical simulation.           
Professor

NOMURA Nobuhiko (Mr.)
  1. Bacterial cell-cell communication and bacterial biofilm
  2. Contact
    nomunobu@sakura.cc.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001409 
  3. Message
Professor

ONDA Yuichi (Mr.)
  1. Geography, Natural disaster Science, Forest science, Transfer of Fukushima derived Cs-137 in the environment, Soil erosion studies using fallout radionuclides, hillslope hydrology, water resources and forest management
  2. Contact
    onda@geoenv.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001209
  3. Message
    Please visit my web pages:
    http://www.ies.life.tsukuba.ac.jp/~geodiagnostics/ONDA-enNew/index.html
Professor

SATOH Shinobu (Mr.)
  1. Plant physiology, Injury responses, Root functions, Plant hormones, Cell wall
  2. Contact
    satoh.shinobu.ga@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.biol.tsukuba.ac.jp/~plphys/shinobuhomepage/SSindex.html
  3. Message
    My research focuses on (1) molecular events in the tissue-reunion process of injured stem, (2) seasonal/hormonal regulation and the functions of xylem sap components and root-expressed genes.            
Professor

SUEKI Keisuke (Mr.)
  1. Inorganic chemistry, Nuclear and radiochemistry
  2. Contact
    ksueki@chem.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000000642
  3. Message
Professor

SUGITA Michiaki (Mr.)
  1. Hydrology, Boundary layer meteorology, agricultural meteorology, evapotranspiration, ecohydrology, GIS
  2. Contact
    sugita@geoenv.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001093
  3. Message
    If you are interested in hydrology and/or agricultural meteorology, feel free to contact me. My specialty is a combined approach of detailed field measurements, together with GIS, model and remote sensing.
Professor

TAMURA Kenji (Mr.)
  1. Soil science, Environmental education
  2. Contact
    tamura@agbi.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001301
  3. Message
Professor

TANAKA Hiroshi (Mr.)
  1. Weather and oceanic physics and hydrology, Weather and Climate, Weather Forecasting, Atmospheric Dynamics, General Circulation of the Atmosphere
  2. Contact
    tanaka.hiroshi.fw@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001109
  3. Message
    My expertize is in general the circulation of the atmosphere, including data analysis, theory and numerical simulations. Students are welcome to join us to study.             
Professor

TSUJIMURA Maki (Mr.)
  1. Hydrology, Water Environment, Water Resources, Groundwater, Groundwater Contamination
  2. Contact
    mktsuji@geoenv.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001413
  3. Message
    We conduct scientific investigations on hydrological processes and the water environment in the regions of warm humid, tropical humid, and arid/ semi-arid regions, in Japan, Vietnam, Mongolia, Tunisia, Bangladesh, and China. We can provide opportunities for you to learn about field surveys, the chemical analysis of water samples, the interpretation of integrated data on hydrological and mass transport processes. Also, you will acquire skill for the advanced analysis of isotope and gas composition in water. If you are interested in hydrology and the water environment, please join us at Tsukuba.              
Professor

UEDA Hiroaki (Mr.)
  1. Climatology and meteorology, Climate dynamics, Ocean dynamics, Paleo-climate modeling, Air-sea-land Interaction, Climate system
  2. Contact
    hueda@envr.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001393
  3. Message
    Our laboratory is capable of supervising students who are enthusiastic for the climate dynamics, having the knowledge of meteorology as well as physics and mathematics.
Professor

WATANABE Kazuo (Mr.)
  1. Plant genetic resources, Genetics, Plant breeding, Biodiplomacy, Environmental ethics, Sustainable rural development with biodiversity
  2. Contact
    nabechan@gene.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001376
    http://www.gene.tsukuba.ac.jp/Plant/GeneticDiversity/
  3. Message
    My research group appreciates the participation of highly self-disciplined and flexible-thinking individuals with strong challenging spirits for helping people and the planet.              
Professor

WATANABE Shun (Mr.)
  1. Urban planning and architecture design, Social system engineering, Media informatics and data base, Spatial Information Science, Geographic Information System, Architectural Design Computing, Uaban and Environmental Design, Design Science
  2. Contact
    shun@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000000814
  3. Message
    I hope that you can build your personal network with Japanese specialists during your stay and you will become a bridge person between your country and Japan.             
Professor

YAMAJI Keiko (Ms.)
  1. Environmental Chemical Ecology, Root endophytes, Secondary metabolites, Chemical Ecology, Environmental stress, Plant defense
  2. Contact
    yamaji.keiko.fp@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001416
  3. Message
    If you are sincerely interested in my research areas, let's study together!
Professor

ZHANG Zhen Ya (Mr.)
  1. Bioresource process engineering, Biomass conversion; Bioenergy production; Organic waste recycling; Functional food material development
  2. Contact
    zhang.zhenya.fu@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001405
  3. Message
    Our research focuses on the application of biotechnology and life sciences to realize clean energy production, biomass conversion, and organic waste recycling in practice. With biomass as the main research subject, the topics are divided into four specific aspects, i.e. biogasification, bioethanol production, wastewater purification, and functional food, respectively.       

Associate Professor

BETSUYAKU Shigeyuki(Mr.)

  1. Plant Pathology, Plant Immune Dynamics, Plant Developmental Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Cell-to-cell signaling
  2. Contact

    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003906
  3. Message

    The aim of our group is to unravel the basic principles that govern the spatiotemporal regulation of plant immune responses. We believe that dissecting the basics of plan immune dynamics should open up a new window into sustainable plant disease control.

Associate Professor

FUJII Sayaka (Ms.)
  1. Urban and Regional Planning, Community Design, Living Environment Social Business
  2. Contact
    fujii@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000000809
  3. Message
    My research interests covers following three areas: Effective use of planning system, Promotion of community based planning and Utilization of local resources. Students who are interested in community workshop and field work are welcome.
Associate Professor

HIROTA Mitsuru (Mr.)
  1. Carbon cycle and greenhouse gases dynamics in terrestrial ecosystem, Response to environmental change in alpine ecosystem, terrestrial ecosystem ecology, plant ecology, carbon dynamics, biodiversity, ecosystem function
  2. Contact
    hirota@biol.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001397
  3. Message
    If you are interested in the world of terrestrial ecosystem ecology (TEE) under changing environments with strong motivation, guts and smile, let us join TEE laboratory.              
Associate Professor


KAIDA Naoko (Ms.)
  1. Environmental economics and policy studies, socio-economic valuation of natural and environmental resources, pro-environmental behavior analysis, sustainable consumption and lifestyle, environmental cooperation and ODA
  2. Contact
    naoko.kaida@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003031
  3. Message
    The research topics cover socio-economic and institutional domains of environmental and sustainability issues. Students with strong motivations to contribute to sustainable development with better social, economic and environmental well-being are welcome to join.             
Associate Professor

KAJIYAMA Mikio (Mr.)
  1. Polymer synthesis, Polymer chemistry, Organic chemistry, Material science, Synthesis of condensation polymers, Polyamides and polyimides, Fluorinated polymers and siloxanes, Controlled molecular interactions and free energies, Chemical modification for bio-plastics.
  2. Contact
    kajiyama.mikio.fp@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001247
  3. Message
    Let’s create novel materials with heterogeneous combinations and find pleasure in your synthetic experiments ! 
Associate Professor

LEI Zhongfang (Ms.)
  1. Fundamental, mechanism and design of new-developed waste(water) treatment and recycling technologies, Wastewater treatment, Biogranulation, N and P recovery and removal, Heavy metals immobilization, Biosolids
  2. Contact
    lei.zhongfang.gu@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003223
  3. Message
    Our research objective is to enhance biological wastewater treatment processes, especially by using biogranulation technology to recover and remove nutritional elements (N & P). Another topic is how to remove or immobilize heavy metals in sewage sludge and livestock manure to achieve their safe and effective disposal and reclamation.              
Associate Professor

MATSUI Kenichi (Mr.)
  1. Environmental history/law/ethics, Human/historical geography, Water and biodiversity policies, Indigenous/traditional knowledge, Agricultural/water policies, Water ethics, Sustainable tourism
  2. Contact
    kenichim@envr.tsukuba.ac.jp
    matsui.kenichi.gt@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.envr.tsukuba.ac.jp/~envethic
  3. Message
    I help you choose and refine your thesis topics that are related to socio-cultural/historical aspects of environmental, agricultural, water and biodiversity policies. I also deal with legal and ethical implications of environmental or ethno-ecological studies, including traditional ecological knowledge. I also help you become internationally competent and outstanding academic writers and presenters.                                  
Associate Professor MATSUSHITA Bunkei (Mr.)
  1. Remote Sensing, Environmental dynamic analysis, water environment monitoring, land use/cover change, modeling
  2. Contact
    Matsushita.bunkei.gn@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001215
  3. Message
    Let us monitor and protect our planet (earth) from the space.             
Associate Professor MIYAMAE Yusaku (Mr.)
  1. Chemical Biology, Medicinal Chemistry, Natural Product Chemistry, Compound screening
  2. Contact

    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/researcher/0000003934
  3. Message
    Our aim is to develop the cell-based assay system for identification of potent bioactive small molecule which is useful tool for drug development and fundamental biology research. We welcome those students who are interested in the research field of medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, and natural product chemistry.
Associate Professor

MIZUNOYA Takeshi (Mr.)
  1. Environmental evaluation by simulation analysis, Environmental economic policy, Comprehensive environmental evaluation, Expanded Input-Output modeling, Environmental technology evaluation, Integrated watershed management
  2. Contact

    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003224
  3. Message
    My research focuses on analyzing and evaluating the complex interactive relationships between socio-economic systems and the environment and proposing comprehensive policies towards sustainability through the use of Input-Output modeling.
Associate Professor

NASAHARA Kenlo (Mr.)
  1. Remote sensing, Ecology, Watershed management, Disaster management
  2. Contact
    nasahara.kenlo.gw@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001410
  3. Message
Associate Professor

SHIMIZU Kazuya (Mr.)
  1. Water treatment microbiology, Drinking water treatment, Microbial symbioses for engineering, Environmental engineering
  2. Contact

    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003971
  3. Message
    For establish of sustainable water usage in the world, our group research interests are microbial symbioses between micro-animal and bacteria to develop biological water treatment technology and production/ degradation mechanism of musty odor and cyanotoxin. All the students who have strong determination to improve the aquatic environments issue in your own countries will have many exciting experience from research and life in Japan.
Associate Professor


TOYOFUKU
Masanori (Mr.)
  1. Bacterial cell-cell communication, biofilm, membrane vesicle
  2. Contact
    toyofuku.masanori.gf@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003299
  3. We explore bacterial interactions and how bacteria forms communities. We expect that understanding these events would lead to new techniques to control bacteria in the environment.
Associate Professor

UENO Kenichi (Mr.)
  1. Atmospheric science, Natural geography, Atmosphere and land-interaction, precipitation system over Eurasian Continent, snow cover and mountain weather
  2. Contact
    ueno.kenichi.fw@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001111
  3. Message
    Please visit my HP for more detailed information:
    http://air.geo.tsukuba.ac.jp/~kueno/index-english.html        
Associate Professor

UTADA Andrew (Mr.)
  1. Applied Microbiology, Microfluidics, Soft-Matter Physics, Physics of Biological Systems
  2. Contact
  3. Message
    We are interested in analyzing and understanding microbial systems using tools from applied microbiology, soft-matter physics, and engineering. Our work is both fundamental and applied. If you want to work on interdisciplinary problems, learn science in a variety of fields, and 'tinker' with microbial systems, please email me!
Associate Professor

UTSUMI Motoo (Mr.)
  1. Aquatic biogeochemistry and engineering, Aquatic eco-engineering, biological water treatment, microbial ecology, biogeochemistry, C, N and P cycling
  2. Contact
    utsumi.motoo.ge@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001380
  3. Message
    World’s water environmental problems are serious as the twenty-first century is known as “the century of water.” Let’s discuss how to solve these problems together.           
Associate Professor

VILLAREAL Myra (Ms.)
  1. Food Functionality, Pigment Cell Research, Melanoma
  2. Contact

    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/researcher/0000003530
  3. Message
Associate Professor

YABAR Helmut (Mr.)
  1. Environmental engineering and management
  2. Contact

    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001395
  3. Message
    Mentorship in Spanish is also available.
Associate Professor

YAMAMOTO
Sachiko (Ms.)
  1. Regional planning, Architectural planning
  2. Contact
    sachiko@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/Profiles/0004/0007806/profile.html
  3. Message
Collaborative Professor

TAKAMI
Akinori (Mr.)

  1. Atmospheric Chemistry, Atmospheric Aerosol, Atmospheric Air Pollution, trans boundary air pollution
  2. Contact
    takamia@nies.go.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001395
  3. Message
    Students who are interested in atmospheric environment and aerosol are all welcome!
Collaborative Professor

TIN TIN Win Shwe (Ms.)
  1. Environmental chemicals/pollutants, Neurotoxicity, Brain, Behavior
  2. Contact
    tin.tin.win.shwe@nies.go.jp
    http://www.nies.go.jp/rsdb/vdetail.php?id=201062
  3. Message
    My research focuses on evaluation of exposure to environmental chemicals or pollutants on higher brain functions. Warmly welcome to students who interested in environmental health research.
Collaborative Associate Professor


KOIKE Eiko (Ms.)
  1. Environmental pollutants, Biological effect, Environmental medicine, Toxicology, Immunology
  2. Contact
    ekoike@nies.go.jp
    http://www.nies.go.jp/rsdb/vdetail-e.php?id=203905
  3. Message
    We investigate the biological effects of atmospheric or indoor environment chemicals in animal model and cell culture. Especially, we focus on immune system and their mechanisms.             
Collaborative Associate Professor


NAGASHIMA Tatsuya (Mr.)
  1. Regional air pollution, Global warming, Stratospheric ozone, Air pollution, Transport of atmospheric constituents, Atmospheric chemistry-climate interaction, Atmospheric chemistry modeling
  2. Contact
    nagashima.tatsuya@nies.go.jp
    http://www.nies.go.jp/rsdb/vdetail-e.php?id=100290
  3. Message
    I do research on air quality in Asian region with numerical models. I welcome those who are interested in the relationship between human activities and our atmospheric environment.             
Collaborative Associate Professor


SUGATA
Seiji (Mr.)

  1. Air pollution monitoring data, PM2.5, Material transport in the atmosphere, numerical simulation, meteorology
  2. Contact
    sugatas@nies.go.jp
    http://www.nies.go.jp/researchers-e/100103.html
  3. Message
    Through the cooperative graduate school, you can enjoy a student life in Tsukuba University and a research life in National Institute for Environmental Studies simultaneously.
Assistant Professor


ADACHI Minako (Ms.)
  1. Ecosystem ecology, Carbon cycle in terrestrial ecosystems, Soil respiration, ecosystem model
  2. Contact
    adachi.minaco.gf@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003813
  3. Message
    We focus on the mechanism of carbon cycle in the terrestrial ecosystems by field observation. Let's enjoy field work with us!
Assistant Professor

 


ASANO Maki (Ms.)
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  2. Contact
     
  3. Message
     
*Assistant Professor


KAMAE
Yoichi (Mr.)

  1. Climatology and Climate Change, Global Climate Modeling, Atmospheric General Circulation, Paleoclimate Modeling
  2. Contact
    kamae.yoichi.fw@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    https://trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003733
  3. Message
    Prof. Ueda and I coordinate "Climate Laboratory" addressing global climate system and change. Our professional activities including a book "Climate system study" written in English will help you to realize our goals and supervisions.
    Please visit our Lab's website.
    http://www.u.tsukuba.ac.jp/~ueda.hiroaki.gm/English/Welcome.html
*Assistant Professor


KAWADA Kiyokazu (Mr.)
  1. Environmental agriculture and ecology, Ecological diversity, Natural resource conservation, Geography, Vegetation sciences, Plant ecology, Diversity
  2. Contact
    kawada.kiyokazu.gu@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001422
  3. Message
    Vegetation is fundamental element of nature. I am looking for ambitious students who want to learn about the vegetation sciences.              
*Assistant Professor


OMORI
Yuko (Ms.)

  1. Ocean biogeochemistry, Carbon dynamics, Dissolved organic matter
  2. Contact
    omori.yuko.ft@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
  3. Message

    My research focuses on the ocean carbon cycle driven by marine microorganisms. If you are interested in the ocean biogeochemical cycle, let's study together.

                
*Assistant Professor


SHINKAI Yasuhiro (Mr.)
  1. Environmental pharmaceutical science, Toxicology, Environmental chemicals, Stress response, Environmental biology, Chemical biology
  2. Contact
    ya_shinkai@md.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001672
  3. Message
    Everything in science is like a Saioh's horse. A mistake may sometimes turn out to be a breakthrough. If you are interested in keywords of my research, please visit our laboratory. The door is open for you.
Assistant Professor


SHINPO Naomi (Ms.)
  1. Landscape planning, urban gardening, disaster recovery, immigrant integration, social survey, GIS
  2. Contact
    shimpo.naomi.gn@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003860
    http://npom.ehoh.net/
  3. Messaget
    Landscapes show the interaction of nature and humans. We need to understand what happened in the past and think about what we can do for our better future. At first, come to the intercultural community garden on campus and share enjoyable time!
Assistant Professor


TAKAHASHI Junko (Ms.)
  1. Soil science, Pedology, environmental radioecology
  2. Contact
    takahashi.junko.ka@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/researcher/0000003442
  3. Message
    Soil is not only important for living things but beautiful and profound. If you are interested in the soil and the issues surrounding the soil, let's study together!
*Assistant Professor


YOKOI Tomoyuki (Mr.)
  1. Evolutionary ecology of plants-insects interactions, Pollination service, Pollination, Invasive species, Bee, Satoyama, Behavior
  2. Contact
    tomoyoko@kankyo.envr.tsukuba.ac.jp
    http://www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003326
  3. Message
    My work ranges from basic field research of insects to applied research for conservation and agricultural use. If you are interested in my themes, please contact me. 
* Available as sub-supervisors


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