Graduate School of Global Food Resources Hokkaido University


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Integrated Water Management
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Introduction to Global Food Resources
Environmental Sciences in Global Food Resources
Soil and Water Management
Environmental Analysis and Monitoring
Environmental Management
Special Lecture in Global Food Resources
Resources Oriented Sanitation for Family Farming and Smallholder Farming
Special Lecture in Global Food Resources
Water-energy-food Nexus
Wandervogel Study in Global Food Resources III
Preparations and Analyses for Wandervogel Study Trip III
Wandervogel Research Internship in Global Food Resources V
Seminar in Global Food Resources I
Seminar in Global Food Resources II
Dissertation Research in Global Food Resources I

Selected research publications

1. Grey Water Treatment by Slanted Soil System with Unsorted Soil Media

2. Relationship between respiratory quotient, nitrification, and nitrous oxide emissions in a forced aerated composting process

3. Sulfonamide antibiotic removal and nitrogen recovery synthesis process from synthetic urine by the combination of rotating advanced oxidation contactor and methylene urea

4. Effect of Post-treatment Conditions on the Inactivation Rate of Pathogenic Bacteria after the Composting Process

5. Toilet compost and human urine used in agriculture:fertilizer value assessment and effect on cultivated soil properties

6. Design of Post-Treatment Unit for Compost from a Composting Toilet with Microbial Risk Assessment

7. Suitability of biochar as a matrix for improving the performance of composting toilets

8. The Postmodern Sanitation – Agro-sanitation Business Model as a New Policy –

9. Treatment of domestic greywater by geotextile filter and intermittent sand filtration bioreactor

10. Designing slanted soil system for greywater treatment for irrigation purposes in rural area of arid regions

for examinees
With the world population forecast to exceed 10 billion in the future, the resolution of food-related problems is crucial. And you are expected to help find solutions to those problems. Join the Graduate School of Global Food Resources and you could study and solve food resources problems around the world