IMAYA Akihiro

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Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2016
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Today
Forestry Division, Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences
 

Education

 
 
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1995
Faculty of Agriculture, Yamagata University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Apr 2012
Volcanic ash additions control soil carbon accumulation inbrown forest soils in Japan, Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Award, Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
Winner: IMAYA Akihiro, YOSHINAGA Shuichiro, INAGAKI Yoshiyuki, TANAKA Nagaharu, OHTA Seiichi
 

Published Papers

 
IMAYA Akihiro, YOSHINAGA Shuichiro, INAGAKI Yoshiyuki, TANAKA Nagaharu, OHTA Seiichi
Soil science and plant nutrition   56(5) 734-744   Oct 2010
The objective of the present study was to clarify the influence of volcanic ash addition on soil carbon stocks and the carbon accumulation process in brown forest soils (BFS) in Japan. The degree of volcanic ash addition to the soil was estimated ...
IMAYA Akihiro, YOSHINAGA Shuichiro, INAGAKI Yoshiyuki, TANAKA Nagaharu, OHTA Seiichi
Soil science and plant nutrition   56(3) 454-465   Jun 2010
The advanced classification of brown forest soils (BFS) is based on the specific properties of these soils, including the acid ammonium oxalate extractable aluminum (Al_<OX>) and lithic fragment contents, as well as their vertical distributions in...
IMAYA Akihiro
Soil science and plant nutrition   54(3) 424-433   Jun 2008
This study aimed to clarify pedogenetic processes and classification of yellowish Brown Forest Soils according to the Classification of Forest Soils in Japan and the Yellow Brown Forest soils according to the Unified Soil Classification System of ...
IMAYA Akihiro, INAGAKI Yoshiyuki, TANAKA Nagaharu, OHTA Seiichi
Soil science and plant nutrition   53(5) 621-633   Oct 2007
The general chemical properties of Brown Forest Soils (BFS) differ according to the nature of their parent materials. The influence of volcanic ash as a soil parent material must be regarded as a factor producing differences in the submontane zone...
Imaya Akihiro, Ohta Seiichi, Tanaka Nagaharu, Inagaki Yoshiyuki
Soil science and plant nutrition   51(6) 873-884   Oct 2005
It is essential to analyze chemical properties including the amount of various materials and the soil colloid characteristics in forest soils to forecast wood production and the distribution of and variations in the environmental functions of fore...

Misc

 
藤井一至, 藤井一至, 稲垣善之, 小野賢二, 今矢明宏, 平井敬三, 金子真司
日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集   58 10   Sep 2012
今矢明宏, 鵜川信
日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集   58 95   Sep 2012
鳥山淳平, HAK Mao, 今矢明宏, 平井敬三, 清野嘉之, SUM Thy
日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集   58 16   Sep 2012
今矢明宏
日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集   58 201   Sep 2012

Research Grants & Projects

 
Classification of Brown forest soils