Kudoh Sakae, Tanabe Yukiko, Uchida Masaki, Hori Katsuhiro
Antarctic record 54(3) 226-235 Nov 2010
A submersible video camera system, which aimed to record the growth image of aquatic vegetation in Antarctic lakes for one year, was manufactured. The system consisted of a video camera, a programmable controller unit, a lens-cleaning wiper with a...
Production of biological soil crusts in the early stage of primary succession on a High Arctic glacier foreland.
Yoshitake S., Uchida M., Koizumi H., Kanda H. and Nakatsubo T.
New Phytologist 186 451-460 2010 [Refereed]
Development and setting of a time-lapse video camera system for the Antarctic lake observation.
Kudoh S., Tanabe Y., Uchida M. and Hori K.
Nankyoku Shiryo 54 226-235 2010 [Refereed]
Colonization of the polar willow Salix polaris on the early stage of succession after glacier retreat in the High Arctic, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard.
Nakatsubo T., Fujiyoshi M., Yoshitake S., Koizumi H., Uchida M.
Polar Research 29 385-390 2010 [Refereed]
Seasonal shift in factors controlling net ecosystem production in a high Arctic terrestrial ecosystem.
Uchida M., Kishimoto A., Muraoka H., Nakatsubo T., Kanda H., Koizumi H.
Journal of Plant Research 123 79-85 2010 [Refereed]
Organic carbon and microbial biomass in a raised beach deposit under terrestrial vegetation in the High Arctic, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard.
Nakatsubo T., Yoshitake S., Uchida M., Uchida M., Shibata Y., Koizumi H.
Polar Research 27 23-27 2008 [Refereed]
Photosynthetic characteristics and biomass distribution of the dominant vascular plant species in a high-arctic tundra ecosystem, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard: implications to their role in ecosystem carbon gain.
Muraoka H., Noda H., Uchida M., Ohtsuka T., Koizumi H., Nakatsubo T.
Journal of Plant Research 121 23-27 2008 [Refereed]
Carbon and nitrogen limitation to microbial respiration and biomass in an acidic solfatara field.
Yoshitake S., Sasaki A., Uchida M., Funatsu Y. and Nakatsubo T.
European Journal of Soil Biology 43 1-13 2007 [Refereed]
Changes in the structure and heterogeneity of vegetation and microsite environments with the chronosequence of primary succession on a glacier foreland in Ellesmere Island, high arctic Canada.
Mori A., Osono, T., Uchida M., Kanda H.
Ecological Research 23 363-370 2007 [Refereed]
Characterization of soil microflora on a successional glacier foreland in the high Arctic on Ellesmere Island, Canada using phospholipid fatty acid analysis.
Yoshitake S., Uchida M., Nakatsubo T., Kanda H.
Polar Bioscience 19 73-84 2006 [Refereed]
Initial recruitment and establishment of vascular plants in relation to topographical variation in microsite conditions on a recently-deglaciated moraine on Ellesmere Island, high arctic Canada.
Mori A., Osono T., Iwasaki S., Uchida M., Kanda H.
Polar Bioscience 19 85-95 2006 [Refereed]
Estimation of the annual primary production of the lichen Cetrariella delisei in a glacier foreland in the High Arctic, Ny-Alesund, Svalbard.
Uchida M., Nakatsubo T., Kanda H. and Koizumi H.
Polar Research 25 39-49 2006 [Refereed]
Photosynthetic light responses of a widespread moss, Sanionia uncinata, from contrasting water regimes in the high Arctic tundra, Svalbard, Norway.
Ueno T., Bekku Y., Uchida M. and Kanda H.
Journal of Bryology 28 345-349 2006 [Refereed]
Relationship between vegetation types and soil properties along a topographical gradient on the northern coast of the Brogger Peninsula, Svalbard.
Ohtsuka T., Adachi M., Uchida M. and Nakatsubo T.
Polar Bioscience 19 63-72 2006 [Refereed]
Chemical property of live and dead leaves of tundra plant species in Oobloyah Valley, Ellesmere Island, high arctic Canada.
Osono T., Mori A., Uchida M. and Kanda H.
Environmental Research in the Arctic 2005 (59) 144-155 2006 [Refereed]
Global Climate Change and Response of Carbon Cycle in the Equatorial Pacific and Indian Oceans and Adjacent Land Masses (Elsevier Oceanography Series)
Ohtsuka T., Mo W., Uchida M., Sako H., Koizumi H. (Part:Contributor, Slash-and-burn agriculture in a Japanese ceder (Cryptomeria japonica D. Don.) plantation: effects of fire on nutrients and soil emissions of carbon dioxide.)
Elsevier Science Ltd 2006
Global Climate Change and Response of Carbon Cycle in the Equatorial Pacific and Indian Oceans and Adjacent Land Masses
Ohtsuka T., Mo W., Uchida M., Sako H. and Koizumi H.