College of Agriculture,Food and Environment Sciences, Department of Environmental and Symbiotic Science
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Name

HOBARA Satoru

Affiliation (Master)

College of Agriculture,Food and Environment Sciences, Department of Environmental and Symbiotic Science

Affiliation & Job

Faculty of Environment Systems, Department of Environmental Management, Laboratory of Biogeochemical Cycles
Lecturer

Degree

(BLANK), Kyoto University

Research Activities

Published Papers

Fungal succession and decomposition of composted aquatic plants applied to soil, Matsuoka Shunsuke, Suzuki Yoriko, Hobara Satoru, Osono Takashi, FUNGAL ECOLOGY, 35, 34, 41, 20181000, Refereed
Nitrate is an important nitrogen source for Arctic tundra plants., Liu XY, Koba K, Koyama LA, Hobbie SE, Weiss MS, Inagaki Y, Shaver GR, Giblin AE, Hobara S, Nadelhoffer KJ, Sommerkorn M, Rastetter EB, Kling GW, Laundre JA, Yano Y, Makabe A, Yano M, Liu CQ, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115, 13, 3398, 3403, 20180300, Refereed
Abundance, richness, and succession of microfungi in relation to chemical changes in Antarctic moss profiles, Hirose, D., Hobara, S., Tanabe, Y., Uchida, M., Kudoh, S., Osono, T., Polar Biology, 40, 12, 2457, 2468, 20170000, Refereed
Disentangling the relative importance of host tree community, abiotic environment, and spatial factors on ectomycorrhizal fungal assemblages along an elevation gradient., Matsuoka, S., Mori, A.S., Kawaguchi, E., Hobara, S., Osono, T., FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 92, DOI:10.1093/femsec/fiw044, 20160000, Refereed
Relationships among pH, minerals, and carbon in soils from tundra to boreal forest across Alaska., Hobara, S., Kushida, K., Kim, Y.W., Koba, K., Lee, B.Y., Ae, N., Ecosystems, 19, 1092, 1103, 20160000, Refereed
Plant silicon uptake increases active aluminum minerals in root-zone soil: implications for plant influence on soil carbon. , Hobara, S., Fukunaga-Yoshida, S., Suzuki, T., Matsumoto, S., Matoh, T., Ae, N., Geoderma, 279, 45, 52, 20160000, Refereed
Diversity and community assembly of moss-associated fungi in ice-free coastal outcrops of continental Antarctica., Hirose, D., Hobara, S., Matsuoka, S., Kato, K., Tanabe, Y., Uchida, M., Kudoh, S., Osono, T., Fungal Ecology, 24, 94, 101, 20160000, Refereed
Functional redundancy of multiple forest taxa along an elevational gradient: predicting the consequences of non-random species loss and the emergence of novel communities., Mori, A.S., Shiono, T., Haraguchi, T.F., Ota, A.T., Kiode, D., Ohgue, T., Kitagawa, R., Maeshiro, R., Aung, T.T., Nakamori, T., Hagiwara, Y., Matsuoka, S., Ikeda, A., Hishi, T., Hobara, S., Mizumachi, E., Frisch, A., Thor, G., Fujii, S., Osono, T., Gustafsson, L., Journal of Biogeography, 42, 1383, 1396, 20150000, Refereed
Mass, nitrogen content, and decomposition of woody debris in forest stands affected by excreta deposited in nesting colonies of Great Cormorant., Katsumata, S., Hobara, S., Osono, T., Takeda, H., Ecological Research , 30, 555, 561, 20150000, Refereed
Bleaching of leaf litter and associated microfungi in subboreal and subalpine forests., Hagiwara, Y., Matsuoka, S., Hobara, S., Mori, A.S., Hirose, D., Osono, T., Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 61, 735, 743, 20150000, Refereed
Spectral indices for remote sensing of phytomass, deciduous shrubs, and productivity in Alaskan arctic tundra., Kushida, K., Hobara, S., Tsuyuzaki, S., Kim, Y., Watanabe, M., Setiawan, Y., Harada, K., Shaver, G.R., Fukuda, M., International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36, 4344, 4363, 20150000, Refereed
The roles of microorganisms in litter decomposition and soil formation., Hobara, S., Osono, T., Hirose, D., Noro, K., Hirota, M., and Benner, R., Biogeochemistry, 118, 471, 486, 20140000, Refereed
Geochemical influences on solubility of soil organic carbon in arctic tundra ecosystems., Hobara, S., Koba, K., Ae, N., Giblin, A.E., Kushida, K., and Shaver, G.R., Soil Science Society of America Journal, 77, 473, 481, 20130000, Refereed
Selective lignin decomposition and nitrogen mineralization in forest litter colonized by Clitocybe sp., Osono, T., Hobara, S., Hishinuma, T., and Azuma, J.I., European Journal of Soil Biology, 47, 114, 121, 20110000, Refereed
Mercury distribution in tephra soil layers in Hokkaido, Japan, with reference to 34000-year stratification., Hobara, S., Mizuno, N., Amano, Y., Yokota, H., and Taniyama, H., Soil Science & Plant Nutrition, 55, 582, 589, 20090000, Refereed
Reduction of fungal growth and lignin decomposition in needle litter by avian excreta., Osono, T., Hobara, S., Koba, K., and Kameda, K., Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 38, 1623, 1630, 20060000, Refereed
Pattern of natural 15N abundance in lakeside forest ecosystem affected by cormorant-derived nitrogen., Kameda, K., Koba, K., Hobara, S., Osono, T. and Terai, M., Hydrobiologia, DOI:10.1007/s10750-006-0052-0, 69, 86, 20060000, Refereed
Nitrogen fixation in surface soils and vegetation in an arctic tundra watershed: A key source of atmospheric nitrogen., Hobara, S., McCalley, C., Koba, K., Giblin, A.E., Weiss, M.S., Gettel, G.M., and Shaver, G.R., Arctic, Antarctic, & Alpine Research, 38, 363, 372, 20060000, Refereed
Impact of forest defoliation by pine-wilt disease on biogeochemical cycling and streamwater chemistry in a headwater catchment in central Japan., Ohte, N., Tokuchi, N., and Hobara, S., Advances in Geosciences, 4, 1, 6, 20060000, Refereed
Immobilization of avian excreta-derived nutrients and reduced lignin decomposition in needle and twig litter in a temperate coniferous forest., Osono, T., Hobara, S., Koba, K., Kameda, K., and Takeda, H., Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 38, 517, 525, 20060000, Refereed
Nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment and balance in forests colonized by cormorants: implications of the influence of soil adsorption., Hobara, S., Koba, K., Osono, T., Tokuchi, N., Ishida, A. and Kameda, K., Plant & Soil, 268, 89, 101, 20050000, Refereed
Changes in biogeochemical cycling following forest defoliation by pine wilt disease in Kiryu experimental catchment in Japan., Tokuchi, N., Ohte, N., Hobara, S., Kim, S. and Katsuyama, M., Hydrological Processes, 18, 2727, 2736, 20040000, Refereed
Interactive responses of dissolved sulfate and nitrate to disturbance associated with pine wilt disease in a temperate forest., Kim, S-J., Ohte, N., Kawasaki, M., Katsuyama, M., Tokuchi, N., and Hobara, S., Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 49, 539, 550, 20030000, Refereed
Episodic rising in nitrate concentration of streamwater by partial dieback of pine forest in Japan: Runoff generation processes as a controlling factor of the seasonality., Ohte, N., Tokuchi, N., Katsuyama, M., Hobara, S., Asano, Y., and Koba, K., Hydrological Processes, 17, 237, 249, 20030000, Refereed
Abundance, diversity, and species composition of fungal communities in a temperate forest affected by the Great Cormorant Phalacrocorax carbo., Osono, T., Hobara, S., Fujiwara, S., Koba, K., and Kameda, K., Soil Biology and Biochemistry , 34, 1537, 1547, 20020000, Refereed
Forest floor quality and N transformations in a temperate forest affected by avian-derived N deposition., Hobara, S., Osono, T., Koba, K., Tokuchi, N., Fujiwara, S., and Kameda, K., Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 130, 679, 684, 20010000, Refereed
Mechanism of nitrate loss from a forested catchment following a small-scale, natural disturbance. , Hobara, S., Tokuchi, N., Ohte, N., Koba, K., Katsuyama, M., Kim, S-J., and Nakanishi, A., Canadian Journal of Forest Research , 31, 1326, 1335, 20010000, Refereed
Nutrient flux from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystem mediated by the Great Cormorant., Kameda, K., Koba, K., Yoshimizu, C., Fujiwara, S., Hobara, S., Koyama, L., Tokuchi, N., and Takayanagi, A. , Sylvia, 36, 54, 55, 20000000, Refereed

Books etc

Fungi in Polar Regions, M. Tsuji & T. Hoshino, Contributor, Diversity and ecology of fungi in polar region: comparisons between arctic and Antarctic plant remains (Osono T., Matsuoka S., Hobara S., Hirose D. & Uchida M.), CRC press,   2019 05 , 1138089702
Permafrost Ecosystems: Siberian Larch Forests (Ecological Studies), Eds. Osawa, A., et al., Contributor, Behavior of dissolved organic carbon in larch ecosystems, Springer,   2010 , 9400731450
Permafrost ecosystems: Siberian Larch Forests (Ecological Studies), Eds. Osawa, A. et al., Contributor, Soil nitrogen dynamics in larch ecosystem, Springer,   2010 , 978-1402096921
Symptom of Environmental Change in Siberian Permafrost Region, Eds. Hatano, R., and Guggenberger, G., Contributor, Soil nitrogen dynamics in a larch forest, Central Siberia; A short review of preliminary results., Hokkaido University Press.,   2006 , 483290342X
Sustainability of pine forests in relation to pine wilt and decline, Eds. K. Futai, K. Togashi, and T. Ikeda, Contributor, Effects of pine wilt disease on chemical properties of soils and waters in a forested basin, Shokado,   1999 , 4-87974-999-0
What I think as a “Rakuno Gakuto”, Contributor, Distribution of organic carbon accumulation in soil of tundra ecosystems, Alaska,   2011 , 9784902786170

Conference Activities & Talks

Identification of microbial drivers promoting plant yield on soil amended with composited aquatic plants, Takashi Osono, Shunsuke Matsuoka, Yuki Kobayashi, Satoru Hobara,   2019 03 18

Misc

Mechanism of Nitrate Loss form a Forested Catchment Following a Small-scale, Natural Disturbance, Canadian Journal of Fovest Research,   2001 , 10.1139/cjfr-31-8-1326
Forest Floor Quality and N Tramsformations in a Temperate Forest Affected by Avian-derived N Deposition, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution,   2001 , 10.1023/A:1013869115132

Research Grants & Projects

Cooperative Research, Biogeochemical Cycles in Arctic Ecosystems


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