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Kazuhiro Katoh

Faculty of Liberal Arts, The Open University of Japan, Chiba Prefecture, Japan


Kazuhiro Katoh is a Faculty of Liberal Arts and he is a researcher in the Open University of Japan, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. He currently works in the Open University of Japan. Subjects of interests are Environment, Arts, Econometric Analysis

Soil Net Nitrogen Mineralization at Different Ecosystem Development Stages after the Year 2000 Eruption on Miyakejima Island

Soil nitrogen (N) mineralization is a central process in the N cycle in terrestrial ecosystems. Previously many studies were conducted on soil N mineralization in terrestrial ecosystems, but those studies remain unclear due to large spatial and temporal variations. In present study soil N mineralization rates were measured in situ by using a resin ... Read More»

Jian Cui, Mitsuru Hirota, Takashi Kamijo, Shinpei Yoshitake and Kazuhiro Katoh

Research Article: J Ecosyst Ecogr 2018, 8: 250

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.1000250

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