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J-GLOBAL ID:200901017511350245   Update date: Apr. 26, 2012

Yabusaki Shiho

ヤブサキ シホ | Yabusaki Shiho
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.suiri.tsukuba.ac.jp/
Research field  (1): Atmospheric and hydrospheric science
Research keywords  (3): Precipitation ,  Soil water ,  Groundwater
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • Study of Soil Water Movement Using Stable Isotopes
MISC (6):
  • Interrelationship of river water, flooded water and groundwater in the Kanto Plain -A case study of the Kinu-River basin-. Proceeding of Japanese Association of Hydrological Science. 2002. 16. 124-127
  • The stable isotopic compositions of oxygen and hydrogen in event precipitation and characteristics the isotopic composition in case of typhoon. Abstracts 2002, Japan earth and planetary science joint meeting. 2002. (CD-ROM Abstract) H002-001
  • Distribution of Stable Isotopes of Oxgen-18 and Deuterium in the Kinu-river Basin. Proceeding of Japanese Association of Hydrological Sciences. 2001. 6-9
  • The study of stable Isotopes in Event Precipitation in Tsukuba. Proceeding of Japanese Association of Groundwater Hydrology. 2001. 16-21
  • A characteristics of stable isotopes profile in soil water and estimation of infiltration ratio. Proceeding of Japanese Association of Groundwater Hydrology. 2000. 194-199
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Education (5):
  • - 2005 University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences
  • - 2000 University of Tsukuba Master's Program in Environmental Sciences
  • - 2000 University of Tsukuba Graduate School, Division of Environmental Science
  • - 1998 University of Tsukuba
  • - 1998 University of Tsukuba
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor (Science) (University of Tsukuba)
Work history (2):
  • 2005 - Utsunomiya University
  • Rissho University Faculty of Geo-Environmental Science, Department of Environment Systems Post-doctoral Fellow Researcher
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