Graduate School of Global Food Resources Hokkaido University

Environment


Environment

Takashi INOUE

Research
Fields
Land and Water Management
Subjects
in charge

Introduction to Global Food Resources
Environmental Sciences in Global Food Resources
Ethics in Global Food Resources
Environmental Resources Science
Soil and Water Management
Environmental Management
Wandervogel Study in Global Food Resources I
Preparations and Analyses for Wandervogel Study Trip I
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. Performance of hybrid subsurface constructed wetland system for piggery wastewater treatment

2. Long Term Nitrogen Compound Removal Trends of a Hybrid Subsurface Constructed Wetland Treating Milking Parlor Wastewater throughout its Seven Years of Operation

3. Design and performance of hybrid constructed wetland systems for high-content wastewater treatment in the cold climate of Hokkaido, northern Japan

4. Performance evaluation of hybrid treatment wetland for six years of operation in cold climate

5. Evaluation of Oxbow Lakes and Circulating Irrigation in the Ishikari River Basin, Japan

6. Effects of load fluctuations on treatment potential of a hybrid sub-surface flow constructed wetland treating milking parlor waste water

7. Change in distribution of the vascular plant Sasa palmata in Sarobetsu Mire between 1977 and 2003

8. Seasonal efficiency of a hybrid sub-surface flow constructed wetland system in treating milking parlor wastewater at northern Hokkaido

9. Performance of six multi-stage hybrid wetland systems for treating high-content wastewater in the cold climate of Hokkaido, Japan

10. Relationship between hydrology and vegetation change from Sphagnum lawns to vascular plant Sasa communities