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INOUE, Tomomi

 Ph.D., Senior researcher

Biodiversity Assessment and Projection Section
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies,
National Institute for Environmental Studies

Onogawa 16-2, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki 305-8506, Japan

Specialties/ Key words

Plant physiology and ecology/ wetland vegetation, mangrove, root

Publications (peer reviewed)

latest 7 papers in English

Yamano H., Satake K., Inoue T., Kadoya T., Hayashi S., Kinjo K., Nakajima D. Oguma H., Ishiguro S., Okagawa A., Suga S., Horie T., Nohara K., Fukayama N., Hibiki A. (2015) An integrated approach to tropical and subtropical island conservation, Journal of Ecology and Environment, 38, 271-279.

Kadoya T. and Inoue T. 2015, Spatio-temporal pattern of specific gravity of mangrove diaspore: implications for upstream dispersal. Ecography 38: 472–479.
    
Inoue T., Asano T. 2013, Characteristics of Water Quality and Nitrogen-Associated Bacterial Functions in Mekong Delta Mangroves, Global Environmental Research, 17: 199-206
    
Inoue T., Fujimoto K. 2013, Key studies on Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems, Global Environmental Research, 17
    
Nie L., Kubota M., Inoue T., Wu X. 2013, Effect of acid solutions on plants studied by the optical deflection method, Journal of Environmental Sciences, 25: 93-96
    
Baba S.,Inoue T., Kadoya T., Fukuda K., 2012, Butteflies and mangrove branches ISME/GLOMIS Electronic Journal vol. 10 No.5 13-15
    
Inoue T., Matsumoto K., Nohara S, Anzai Y., 2011, What happens to soil chemical properties after mangrove plants colonize? Plant and Soil 346, 259-273.



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