Shoji Hashimoto
Shoji Hashimoto
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Global spatiotemporal distribution of soil respiration modeled using a global database
S Hashimoto, N Carvalhais, A Ito, M Migliavacca, K Nishina, M Reichstein
Biogeosciences 12 (13), 4121-4132, 2015
The total amounts of radioactively contaminated materials in forests in Fukushima, Japan
S Hashimoto, S Ugawa, K Nanko, K Shichi
Scientific Reports 2, 2012
Soil respiration and soil CO 2 concentration in a tropical forest, Thailand
S Hashimoto, N Tanaka, M Suzuki, A Inoue, H Takizawa, I Kosaka, ...
Journal of Forest Research 9 (1), 75-79, 2004
Soil respiration and soil CO₂ concentration in a tropical forest, Thailand
S Hashimoto, N Tanaka, M Suzuki, A Inoue, H Takizawa, I Kosaka, ...
Predicted spatio-temporal dynamics of radiocesium deposited onto forests following the Fukushima nuclear accident
S Hashimoto, T Matsuura, K Nanko, I Linkov, G Shaw, S Kaneko
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-5, 2013
Temporal changes in the radiocesium distribution in forests over the five years after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident
N Imamura, M Komatsu, S Ohashi, S Hashimoto, T Kajimoto, S Kaneko, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 8179, 2017
Relationships between soil CO2 concentration and CO2 production, temperature, water content, and gas diffusivity: implications for field studies through sensitivity analyses
S Hashimoto, H Komatsu
Journal of Forest Research 11 (1), 41-50, 2006
A pedotransfer function for estimating bulk density of forest soil in Japan affected by volcanic ash
K Nanko, S Ugawa, S Hashimoto, A Imaya, M Kobayashi, H Sakai, ...
Geoderma 213, 36-45, 2014
The impact of forest clear-cutting on soil temperature: a comparison between before and after cutting, and between clear-cut and control sites
S Hashimoto, M Suzuki
Journal of Forest Research 9 (2), 125-132, 2004
Plant canopy effects on soil thermal and hydrological properties and soil respiration
K Tanaka, S Hashimoto
Ecological modelling 196 (1), 32-44, 2006
Carbon stock in litter, deadwood and soil in Japan’s forest sector and its comparison with carbon stock in agricultural soils
M Takahashi, S Ishizuka, S Ugawa, Y Sakai, H Sakai, K Ono, ...
Soil Science & Plant Nutrition 56 (1), 19-30, 2010
Seasonality of vertically partitioned soil CO 2 production in temperate and tropical forest
S Hashimoto, N Tanaka, T Kume, N Yoshifuji, N Hotta, K Tanaka, ...
Journal of Forest Research 12 (3), 209-221, 2007
A new estimation of global soil greenhouse gas fluxes using a simple data-oriented model
S Hashimoto
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e41962, 2012
Simple models for soil CO2, CH4, and N2O fluxes calibrated using a Bayesian approach and multi-site data
S Hashimoto, T Morishita, T Sakata, S Ishizuka, S Kaneko, M Takahashi
Ecological modelling 222 (7), 1283-1292, 2011
Carbon stocks of dead wood, litter, and soil in the forest sector of Japan: general description of the National Forest Soil Carbon Inventory.
S Ugawa, M Takahashi, K Morisada, M Takeuchi, Y Matsuura, ...
Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Ibaraki …, 2012
Q 10 values of soil respiration in Japanese forests
S Hashimoto
Journal of Forest Research 10 (5), 409-413, 2005
Vertical distributions of carbon dioxide diffusion coefficients and production rates in forest soils
S Hashimoto, M Suzuki
Soil Science Society of America Journal 66 (4), 1151-1158, 2002
Emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O) from soil surfaces and their historical changes in East Asia: a model-based assessment
A Ito, K Nishina, K Ishijima, S Hashimoto, M Inatomi
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 5 (1), 1-13, 2018
Potential contributions of forestry and wood use to climate change mitigation in Japan
M Matsumoto, H Oka, Y Mitsuda, S Hashimoto, C Kayo, Y Tsunetsugu, ...
Journal of forest research 21 (5), 211-222, 2016
A new scheme for initializing process-based ecosystem models by scaling soil carbon pools
S Hashimoto, M Wattenbach, P Smith
Ecological Modelling 222 (19), 3598-3602, 2011
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