Tetsuhiro WATANABE

Field

Terrestrial Microbiology and Systematics

Position

Associate Professor

Contact

nabe14*kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace * with @)

Education

2000 B.Sc. in Agriculture, Kyoto University
2002 M.Sc. in Agriculture, Kyoto University
2007 Ph.D. in Agriculture, Kyoto University

Employment

2007 Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies & Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
2019 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
2020 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies & Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University

Academic Organizations

Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Japanese Society of Pedology, The Japanese Society of Forest Environment, Soil Science Society of America

Major publications

  • Watanabe, T., Funakawa, S., Kosaki, T. 2006. Clay mineralogy and its relationship to soil solution composition in soils from different weathering environments of humid Asia: Japan, Thailand and Indonesia. Geoderma, 136, 51–63.
  • Watanabe, T., Hase, E., Funakawa, S., Kosaki, T. 2015. Inhibitory effect of soil micropores and small mesopores on phosphate extraction from soils. Soil Science, 180, 97–106.
  • Watanabe, T., Hasenaka, Y., Hartono, A., Sabiham, S., Nakao, A., Funakawa S. 2017. Parent materials and climate control secondary mineral distributions in soils of Kalimantan, Indonesia. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 81, 124–137.
  • Watanabe, T. 2017. Significance of active aluminum and iron on organic carbon preservation and phosphate sorption/release in tropical soils. In Soils, Ecosystem Processes, and Agricultural Development: Tropical Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Ed. S. Funakawa. p.103–125, Springer Japan KK, Tokyo.
  • Lyu, H., Watanabe, T., Kilasara, M., Funakawa, S. 2018. Effects of climate on distribution of soil secondary minerals in volcanic regions of Tanzania. Catena, 166, 209–219.

Activity Database on Education and Research, Kyoto University

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