TSUDA Satoshi

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TSUDA Satoshi
Gifu University
River Basin Research Center
Job title
Associate Professor
(BLANK)(Tohoku University)
Research funding number

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Fellowships of JSPS for Japanese Junior Scientist
Gifu University, Assistant Professor
- Gifu University, Associate Professor


Biology, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Tohoku University
Faculty of Horticulture, Chiba University

Published Papers

Applied and Environmental Soil Science   2013 1-7   2013   [Refereed]
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology   14 44-53   Jan 2004


Kikuchi, T. & Tsuda, S. Announcement of the literature on Himalayan botany XIX.
Newsletter of Himalayan Botany   28, 29-34    2000
Kikuchi, T., Mochida, Y., Miyagi, T., Fujimoto, K. & Tsuda, S. Magrove forests supported by peaty habitats on several Islands in the northwestern Pacific.
Tropics   8, 197-205    1999
Ajima, M., Tsuda, S. & Fujita, H. Vegetation change after burning and grazing on the coastal grassland in Koshimizu, Hokkaido, Northern Japan.
Vegetation Science   15, 61-64    1998
Tsuda, S. Air and soil temperatures during burnings in a Phragmites australis community, Hakone Sengokuhara, central Japan.
Ecological Review   23, 209-211    1996
Mochida, Y., Yamanaka, M., Tsuda, S., Melana, E. E., Mapalo, A. M. Bagalihog, S. D. & Kikuchi, T. A phytosociological description of the mangrove forests on Kosrae Island, Micronesia, and Bohol Island, the Philippines.
Ecological Review   23, 67-76    1994
Tsuda, S. & Kikuchi, T. Daily fluctuations of water content of forest litter regarded as fuel for forest fires.
Ecological Review   23, 51-56    1994
Tsuda, S., Fujita, H. & Nishisaka, K. First year vegetation after a grassland fire on coastal sand dunes of Wakka Nature Reserve in eastern Hokkaido, Japan.
Ecological Review   22, 197-201    1993
Tsuda, S., Kikuchi, T. Vegetation change after a fire at Kushiro marsh, Hokkaido, Japan, with a special reference to seedling emergence.
Journal of Phytogeography & Taxonomy   41, 85-90    1993
Fujita, H., Tsuda, S. & Sato, M. A DCA analysis of mire vegetation on Uryu-Numa, northwestern Hokkaido, Japan.
Ecological Review   22, 137-144    1992
Tsuda, S. & Hiratsuka, A. Soil temperatures at a site burned by a forest fire.
Ecological Review   22, 85-91    1991
Fujita, H., Tsuda, S. & Tsujii, T. The relation between coastal vegetation and landform along the Esanuka seacoast, northeastern Hokkaido, Japan.
Ecological Review   21, 9-16    1990
Uehara, S., Tsuda, S. & Hasegawa, S. Effects of fire on the vegetation of Siberian taiga predominated by Larix dahurica.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research   20, 547-553    1990
Nakamura, K., Tsuda, S. & Kikuchi, T. Relation of micro-scale landform to succession after forest fire.
Ecological Review   21, 293-295    1989
Tsuda, S., Kikuchi, T. & Fujita, H. First year vegetation recovery after a moor fire in the Hakkoda Mountains of northeastern Japan.
Ecological Review   21, 297-299    1989
Tsuda, S., Kikuchi, T. & Miura, O. Vegetational recovery in the four year period following a forest fire in Rifu, Japan.
Ecological Review   21, 227-232    1988
Kikuchi, T., Tsuda, S., Fujita, H. & Takahashi, M. Above-ground phytomass of post-fire vegetation in the second year at three locations of Honshu Island, Japan.
Ecological Review   21, 93-98    1987
Tsuda, S., Iizumi, S., Kikuchi, T. & Miura, O. Initial stage of vegetational recovery after Rifu Forest Fire on April 27,1983.
Ecological Review   21, 1-10    1986
Tsuda, S. Post-fire vegetation compared with cut-over on the subalpine zone in Okuchichibu, central Japan.
Ecological Review   20, 285-290    1985


Detection and Prediction of land-atmosphere interaction changes induced by boreal forest fire

Research Grants & Projects

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2014
Study on Vegetation Recovery following Fires