KAMIYA Mitsuhiko

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Name
KAMIYA Mitsuhiko
Affiliation
Hokkaido Institute of Technology
Section
The Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
PhD(agriculture)(Hokkaido University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1972
 - 
1976
Hokkaido University, Research Assistant
 
1976
 - 
1980
Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Lecturer
 
1980
 - 
1992
Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Associate
 
 
   
 
      Professor
 
1992
   
 
- Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1969
Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 

Misc

 
Peat-Forming Plants as an Index of Compressibility of Peats
Proceedings of International Conference '94 on Wetland Environment and Peatland Utilization   47-57   1994
Engineering Properties of Volcanic Soils in Hokkaido Japan
Proceeding of the International Symposium on Problematic Soils   1 207-210   1998
Utilization of Excavated Soils from Reconstruction of Roads in Sapporo City
Proceedings of Second International Congress on Enviromental Geotechnics   2 745-750   1996
Test Construction of Frost Blanket Using Lime-Stabilized Soil
Proceeding of the International Symposium on Grand Freezing and Frost Action in Soils   241-246   1997
Strength and Frost Heave Properties of Stabilized Soils Using Lime and Slag
Proceeding of 3rd International Conference on Snow Engineering   427-430   1996

Association Memberships

 
 

Works

 
Studies of Formation and Ecology of Peatland in China
1988
Studies of Formation and Ecology of Peatland in China
1989
Environmental Conservation and Land Use Management of Wetland Ecosystem in Southeast Asia
1998
Research on Wide Subsidence of Peatland in HOkkaido
1998 - 2002

Research Grants & Projects

 
Settlement Characteristics of Peat Land
Project Year: 1976   
Geotechnical Utilization of Industrial Waste Materials
Project Year: 1988   
Behavior and Restraint of Frost Heave of Soil
Project Year: 1981   
Research on Subsidence and Countermeasure of Reatland