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Maki Asano
Maki Asano
確認したメール アドレス: u.tsukuba.ac.jp
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Evidence of aggregate hierarchy at micro-to submicron scales in an allophanic Andisol
M Asano, R Wagai
Geoderma 216, 62-74, 2014
1992014
Internal structure of cesium-bearing radioactive microparticles released from Fukushima nuclear power plant
N Yamaguchi, M Mitome, AH Kotone, M Asano, K Adachi, T Kogure
Scientific reports 6 (1), 20548, 2016
1192016
Iron and aluminum association with microbially processed organic matter via meso-density aggregate formation across soils: organo-metallic glue hypothesis
R Wagai, M Kajiura, M Asano
SOIL Discussions 2020, 1-42, 2020
892020
Field measurement of infiltration rate using an oscillating nozzle rainfall simulator in the cold, semiarid grassland of Mongolia
H Kato, Y Onda, Y Tanaka, M Asano
Catena 76 (3), 173-181, 2009
792009
Effects of crop abandonment and grazing exclusion on available soil water and other soil properties in a semi-arid Mongolian grassland
A Hoshino, K Tamura, H Fujimaki, M Asano, K Ose, T Higashi
Soil and Tillage Research 105 (2), 228-235, 2009
622009
Nature of soil organo-mineral assemblage examined by sequential density fractionation with and without sonication: Is allophanic soil different?
R Wagai, M Kajiura, M Asano, S Hiradate
Geoderma 241, 295-305, 2015
602015
In search of a binding agent: Nano-scale evidence of preferential carbon associations with poorly-crystalline mineral phases in physically-stable, clay-sized aggregates
M Asano, R Wagai, N Yamaguchi, Y Takeichi, M Maeda, H Suga, ...
Soil Systems 2 (2), 32, 2018
502018
Physicochemical properties and micromorphology of degraded alpine meadow soils in the Eastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
X Ma, M Asano, K Tamura, R Zhao, H Nakatsuka, T Wang
Catena 194, 104649, 2020
402020
Distinctive roles of two aggregate binding agents in allophanic Andisols: Young carbon and poorly-crystalline metal phases with old carbon
R Wagai, M Kajiura, M Uchida, M Asano
Soil Systems 2 (2), 29, 2018
372018
Morphological and physico-chemical characteristics of soils in a steppe region of the Kherlen River basin, Mongolia
A Maki, T Kenji, K Kiyokazu, H Teruo
Journal of Hydrology 333 (1), 100-108, 2007
342007
Effects of organic carbon quality on the sorption behavior of pesticides in Japanese soils
Y Motoki, T Iwafune, N Seike, T Otani, M Asano
Journal of Pesticide Science 39 (2), 105-114, 2014
322014
Interregional traceability of Tunisian olive oils to the provenance soil by multielemental fingerprinting and chemometrics
F Damak, M Asano, K Baba, A Suda, D Araoka, A Wali, H Isoda, ...
Food chemistry 283, 656-664, 2019
292019
Distinctive organic matter pools among particle-size fractions detected by solid-state 13C-NMR, δ13C and δ15N analyses only after strong dispersion in an allophanic Andisol
M Asano, R Wagai
Soil science and plant nutrition 61 (2), 242-248, 2015
242015
An improved method to identify osmium-stained organic matter within soil aggregate structure by electron microscopy and synchrotron X-ray micro-computed tomography
M Arai, GI Uramoto, M Asano, K Uematsu, K Uesugi, A Takeuchi, ...
Soil and Tillage Research 191, 275-281, 2019
222019
Evaluating vanadium bioavailability to cabbage in rural soils using geochemical and micro-spectroscopic techniques
CY Wu, M Asano, Y Hashimoto, J Rinklebe, SM Shaheen, SL Wang, ...
Environmental Pollution 258, 113699, 2020
202020
Comparison of sample preparation methods for multielements analysis of olive oil by ICP-MS
F Damak, M Asano, K Baba, M Ksibi, K Tamura
Methods and protocols 2 (3), 72, 2019
132019
Soil diversity in Mongolia
K Tamura, M Asano, U Jamsran
The Mongolian ecosystem network: Environmental issues under climate and …, 2013
112013
Changes in soil physical and chemical properties during vegetation succession on Miyake-jima Island
X Peng, K Tamura, M Asano, A Takano, M Kawagoe, T Kamijo
Forests 12 (11), 1435, 2021
102021
Distribution and chemical species of phosphorus across density fractions in Andisols of contrasting mineralogy
A Takamoto, Y Hashimoto, M Asano, K Noguchi, R Wagai
Geoderma 395, 115080, 2021
92021
Seabird-affected taluses are denitrification hotspots and potential N2O emitters in the High Arctic
K Hayashi, Y Tanabe, K Ono, MJJE Loonen, M Asano, H Fujitani, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 17261, 2018
82018
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