Updated on 2021/06/15

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SUZUKI Shinji

Professor

From Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • 1996.04
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    1998.03

    Hokkaido University  Graduate School, Division of Agriculture  Master Course  Completed

  • 1998.04
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    2002.06

    Hokkaido University  Graduate School, Division of Agriculture  Doctor Course  Completed

Employment Record in Research 【 display / non-display

  • 2007.04
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    2011.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Bioproduction and Environment Engineering   Lecturer  

  • 2011.04
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    2017.03

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Bioproduction and Environment Engineering   Associate Professor  

  • 2017.04
     
     

    Tokyo University of AgricultureFaculty of Regional Environment Science   Department of Bioproduction and Environment Engineering   Professor  

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  • Identifying minimum number of observed rainfall events required for optimal TOPMODEL parameters in mid-sized equatorial catchments

    Okiria, E., Okazawa, H., Yamazaki, Y., Kobayashi, Y., Suzuki, S.

    International Journal of Environmental and Rural Development   10   2020  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

  • Characteristics of seasonal changes in soil water in an agricultural field in Okhotsk-Abashiri region with soil freezing.

    Shinji SUZUKI, Tomomi SAEKI, Hirotake ITO, and Fumio WATANABE

    Journal of the Japanese Society of Soil Physics ( Japanese Society of Soil Physics )  142   5 - 11   2019.07  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    In the current study, continuous monitoring of soil water movement was undertaken in an upland field of Okhotsk-Abashiri region, Hokkaido, Japan during the period from July 2011 to June 2012. Particularly, this study focused on clarifying characteristics of the soil water movement caused by soil freezing-thawing and infiltration of snowmelt water. The annual maximum soil frost depth was 0.28 m. The maximum surface soil water content was observed immediately after surface soil melted. The magnitude of downward water flux at a depth of 0.40 m recorded in early April (freezing period) was higher than the magnitude recorded in June (non-freezing period) with large amount of rainfall. Changes in soil water content at deeper layer due to the soil freezing and snowmelt water infiltration were similar to changes of soil water content resulting from drying followed by rainfall infiltration in non-freezing period. Further, it is revealed that all snowmelt water (116.5 mm) infiltrated into the soil without ponding before the frozen soil layer melted. The results suggest that the soil frost with a depth of 0.28 m observed in the current study was insufficient to impede the infiltration of the snowmelt water associated with high porosity of the soil.

  • Optimal water use on low pressure drip irrigation system for tomato cultivation in Uganda

    Denis, B., Watanabe, F., Suzuki, S., and Kuga, S.

    沙漠研究 ( The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies )  28 ( S ) 77 - 80   2018.12  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    DOI

  • Comparison of root distribution pattern between Gramineae and Legume species under various soil and climate condition

    Suzuki, S., Kobayashi, Y., Watanabe, F., Nakagawa, D., and Izumikawa, T.

    沙漠研究 ( The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies )  28 ( S ) 189 - 192   2018.12  [Refereed]

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    DOI

  • Determining the effective Eucalyptus leaves heating temperature that triggers water repellency using medium sand and soil from Kisima area of Samburu, Kenya

    Kirui, S. K., Watanabe, F., Suzuki, S., and Souma, R.

    沙漠研究 ( The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies )  28 ( S ) 173 - 176   2018.12

    Academic JournalResearch paper (scientific journal)   Joint Work

    DOI

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Review Papers, etc. 【 display / non-display

  • Coupled water and heat balance method for estimating the amount of snowmelt infiltration to frozen ground.

      78 ( 4 ) 380 - 385   2011.10

    Introduction and explanation (commerce magazine)   Joint Work2

Scientific Research Funds Acquisition Results 【 display / non-display

  • Basic Research (C)

    Project Year:  2017.04  -  2020.03   

  • Clarification of a role of unfrozen water on water movement of freezing and thawing of soils in agricultural area of cold region under climate change.

    Young Person Research (B)

    Project Year:  2008.04  -  2011.03   

Oral Presentation 【 display / non-display

  • Verification of water resources database and Study on water cycle in Djibouti.

    Suzuki, R., Suzuki,S., Fumio Watanabe, F. and Shimada, S.

    (The Japanese Association for Arid Land Research)  2021.05  -  2021.05 

  • Improvement of spatio-temporal resolution for risk assessment of surface runoff on bare agricultural land

    Kubota, Y., Suzuki, S., Watanabe, F., and Itoh, H

    2020.08  -  2020.08  The Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Rural Engineering

  • Preliminary study on improvement of soil water holding capacity by Spirulina.

    Suzuki, S., Yamamoto, M., Suzuki, J., Watanabe, S. and Watanabe, F.

    2020.05  -  2020.05  The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies

  • Comparison of scheduled irrigation water amount with calculated amount from CROPWAT in low-pressure drip irrigation system for tomato cultivation in Uganda

    Enou, E., Watanabe, F., Suzuki, S., and Kobayashi, Y.

    THE 2020 ANNUAL MEETING THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR ARID LAND STUDIES  2020.05  -  2020.05  The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies

  • Characteristics of ground rainfall in Eastern Uganda

    Kobayashi, Y., Watanabe, F., Suzuki, S., Emmanuel, O., and Kanyike, T.

    2020.05  -  2020.05  The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies

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