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YAMAMURA Shigeki

Researcher Name
YAMAMURA Shigeki
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Regional Environmental Research(Soil Environment Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
Bioremediation for arsenic-contaminated soil, Microbial cycling of arsenic in the environment
Degree(s)
Doctor of engineering
Professional Qualification(s)
Bioengineering,Civil Engineering
Environmental Speciality Field
environmental technology,water and soil environment,environmental microbes
URL
http://www.nies.go.jp/chiiki/kenkyusha/yamamura_shigeki.html
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23970 : Project for The Promotion of Environmental Genomics studies
    • 23988 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
    • 23989 : Development of the soil remediation system using arsenic-mobilizing bacteria and an arsenic hyperaccumulator plant
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23484 : Project for The Promotion of Environmental Genomics studies
    • 23557 : Studies on diffusion mechanisms of several raremetal elements dissolved from wastes into soil environment and their impact on microbial ecosystems
    • 23592 : Development of the soil remediation system using arsenic-mobilizing bacteria and an arsenic hyperaccumulator plant
    • 23653 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
  • Fiscal Year: 2015
    • 23078 : Studies on diffusion mechanisms of several raremetal elements dissolved from wastes into soil environment and their impact on microbial ecosystems
    • 23167 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
  • Fiscal Year: 2014
    • 22857 : Studies on diffusion mechanisms of several raremetal elements dissolved from wastes into soil environment and their impact on microbial ecosystems
    • 22858 : Effect of antibiotics on the microbial arsenic mobilization and immobilization
    • 22864 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
  • Fiscal Year: 2013
    • 22323 : Studies on diffusion mechanisms of several raremetal elements dissolved from wastes into soil environment and their impact on microbial ecosystems
    • 22395 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
    • 22396 : Effect of antibiotics on the microbial arsenic mobilization and immobilization
    • 22423 : Coordinated study on environmental emission, behavior and effect of metals in high-tech products focusing on their lifecycle
  • Fiscal Year: 2012
    • 21999 : Effect of antibiotics on the microbial arsenic mobilization and immobilization
    • 22016 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
    • 22060 : Coordinated study on environmental emission, behavior and effect of metals in high-tech products focusing on their lifecycle
  • Fiscal Year: 2011
    • 21505 : Coordinated study on environmental emission, behavior and effect of metals in high-tech products focusing on their lifecycle
    • 21567 : Studies on the application of microorganisms for the preservation of the environment and its risk assessment
    • 21569 : Effect of antibiotics on the microbial arsenic mobilization and immobilization
  • Fiscal Year: 2010
    • 21033 : The basic research on microbial community structure and evaluation of activity in water soil environment
    • 21258 : Evaluation and prediction of nitrogen load from nitrogen saturated forest area and development of its reduction scenario
  • Fiscal Year: 2009
    • 20435 : The basic research on microbial community structure and evaluation of activity in water soil environment
    • 20479 : Arsenic removal from contaminated soils by simultaneous use of a dissimilatory arsenate-reducing bacterium and naturally occurring mediators.
  • Fiscal Year: 2008
    • 20112 : Arsenic removal from contaminated soils by simultaneous use of a dissimilatory arsenate-reducing bacterium and naturally occurring mediators.
    • 20171 : Evaluation of biodegradation-characteristic of organic compounds in anaerobic treatment of wastewater at ambient temperature
    • 20178 : Development of wastewater treatment system that enables recycling of carbon-energy
    • 20206 : The basic research on microbial community structure and evaluation of activity in water soil environment
  • Fiscal Year: 2007
    • 10473 : The basic research on microbial community structure and evaluation of activity in water soil environment
    • 10502 : Characterization of humic-reducing bacteria and thier application into bioremediation
    • 10523 : Development of wastewater treatment system that enables recycling of carbon-energy
    • 10567 : Evaluation of biodegradation-characteristic of organic compounds in anaerobic treatment of wastewater at ambient temperature
  • Fiscal Year: 2006
    • 10218 : The basic research on microbial community structure and evaluation of activity in water soil environment
    • 10246 : Characterization of humic-reducing bacteria and thier application into bioremediation
    • 10262 : Development of wastewater treatment system that enables recycling of carbon-energy
    • 10300 : Evaluation of biodegradation-characteristic of organic compounds in anaerobic treatment of wastewater at ambient temperature
  • Fiscal Year: 2005
    • 9493 : The basic research on microbial community structure and evaluation of activity in water soil environment
Research Result (Publication)
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  • Original Paper
  • Book
  • Other Publications
  • Microbial reduction and mobilization of arsenic for bioremediation of contaminated soil
    Presenter : Yamamura S.
    Title : , Handbook of Metal Biotechnology, Applications for Environmental Conservation and Sustainability (2012)
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation