School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Science
能田淳 ノウダ ジュン
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Name

NOHDA Jun

Affiliation (Master)

School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Science

Degree

Ph. D., ヨーテボリ大学

Research Activities

Research Areas

Nanotechnology/Materials, Green/sustainable/environmental chemistry
Environmental science/Agricultural science, Environmental effects of chemicals
Environmental science/Agricultural science, Environmental impact assessment

Research Interests

Bioaerosol,
Atmospheric Scinece,
Environmental Health Scinece,

Published Papers

Concentration patterns of antibacterial factors and immunoglobulin A antibody in foremilk fractions of healthy cows, Nana Kitano, Naoki Isobe, Jun Noda, Toshihiko Takahashi, Animal Science Journal, Animal Science Journal, 91, 1, 20200100, Refereed
Aerosol from Biomass Combustion in Northern Europe: Influence of Meteorological Conditions and Air Mass History, Jun Noda, J., Bergström, B., Kong, X., Gustafsson, T.L., Kovacevik, B., Svane, M., and Pettersson, J.B.C., Atmosphere, Atmosphere, 10, 789, 1, 19, 20191206, Refereed
Evaluation of probiotic therapy for calf diarrhea with serum diamine oxidase activity as an indicator, Fukuda, T., Otsuka, M., Nishi, K., Nishi, Y.,Tsukano, K., Noda, J., Higuchi, H., and Suzuki, K., Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research, Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research, 67, 4, 305, 311, 20191100, Refereed
Vertical distributions of airborne microorganisms over Asian dust source region of Taklimakan and Gobi Desert, Maki, T., Bin, C., Kai, K., Kawai, Kei., Fujita, K., Ohara, K., Kobayashi, F., Davaanyan, E., Noda, J., Minamoto, Y., Shi, G., Hasegawa, H., Iwasaka, Y., Atmospheric Environment, Atmospheric Environment, 214, 214, 1, 8, 20191001, Refereed
Atmospheric dust as a possible survival factor for bioaerosols, Jun Noda, Sota Tomizawa, Buho Hoshino, Erdenebadrakh Munkhjargal, Kei Kawai, Kenji Kai, E3S Web Conf., E3S Web Conf., 99, 04007, 04007, 20190600, Refereed
Comparison of green turtle Chelonia mydas sex ratios at two time-points over 20 years at a foraging ground in Yaeyama Islands, Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan, Kameda, K., Suzuki, K., Kuroyanagi, K., Takase, M., Matsuda, K., Noda, J., Endangered Species Research, Endangered Species Research, 38, 127, 134, 20190314, Refereed
Ceilometer Observation of a Dust Event in the Gobi Desert on 29–30 April 2015: Sudden Arrival of a Developed Dust Storm and Trapping of Dust Within an Inversion Layer, Kei Kawai, Yuta Nishio, Kenji Kai, Jun Noda, Erdenebadrakh Munkhjargal, Masato Shinoda, Nobuo Sugimoto, Atsushi Shimizu, Enkhbaatar Davaanyam, Dashdondog Batdorj, SOLA, SOLA, 15, 52, 56, 20190307, Refereed
Large-scale dust event in East Asia, as revealed by the Himawari-8 DUST RGB, lidar network observations, and field survey, Kenji Kai, Yuki Minamoto, Kotaro Nakamura, Minrui Wang, Kei Kawai, Kazuma Ohara, Jun Noda, Teruya Maki, E. Davaanyam, Nobuo Sugimoto, E3S Web Conf., E3S Web Conf., 99, 20190300, Refereed
Detection of dry lake beds formation and estimate of environmental regime shift in semi-arid region, BABA KENJI, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 28, 5, 109, 113, 20180000, Refereed
Plasma lead, silicon and titanium concentrations are considerably higher in green sea turtle from the suburban coast than in those from the rural coast in Okinawa, Japan., Kenji Tsukano, Kazuyuki Suzuki, Jun Noda, Makio Yanagisawa, Kazunari Kameda, Koichiro Sera, Yasunobu Nishi, Toshio Shimamori, Yasuyo Morimoto, Hiroshi Yokota, Mitsuhiko Asakawa, The Journal of veterinary medical science, The Journal of veterinary medical science, 79, 12, 2043, 2047, 20171222, Refereed
Determining the frequency of dry lake bed formation in semi-arid Mongolia from satellite data, Yuta Demura, Buho Hoshino, Kenji Baba, Christopher McCarthy, Yuki Sofue, Kenji Kai, Tsedendamba Purevsuren, Katsuro Hagiwara, Jun Noda, Land, Land, 6, 4, 20171201, Refereed
Estimates of ground surface characteristics for outbreaks of the Asian Dust Storms in the sources region, Demura, Y, Hoshino, B, Sofue, Y, Kai, K, Purevsuren, T, Baba, K, Noda, J, ProScience, ProScience, 3, 21, 30, 20161200, Refereed
Bioaerosols and PM2.5: health effects, NODA JUN, Clean Technology, Clean Technology, 26, 9, 36, 40, 20160900
Atmospheric black carbon and its role, Yasunari, T. J, N. Kaneyasu, A. Noda, B. Hoshino, I. Noguchi, N. Murao, M. Akiyama, M. Fujioka, K. Baba, K. Hagiwara, K. Kai, T. Yamaguchi, H. Suzuki, R. Matsumoto, Saihyou, Saihyou, 62, 3, 42, 20160000
Environmental Contamination by Arsenic and Lead in some rural villages in India, Noda, J, Hakamada, R, Suzuki, K, Miura, T, Sera, K, International Journal of PIXE, International Journal of PIXE, 25, 1-2, 29, 37, 20151200, Refereed
Comparative Characteristics of the Home Ranges of Domestic and Wild Animals in Arid and Semi-Arid Afro-Eurasian Watering Places as Hot Spots for Pasture Degradation, Hoshino, B, Naweata, H, Kai, K, Yasuda, H, Baba, K, Ganzorig, S, Suriga, S, Karina, M, Purevsuren, T, Hashimoto,M, Kawashima, K, Noda, J, Hagiwara, K, Shibata, Journal of Arid Land Studies, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 24, 1, 51, 56, 20140000, Refereed
Temporal Changes in Environmental Health Risks and Socio-psychological Status in Areas Affected by the 2011 Tsunami in Ishinomaki, Japan, Makita, K, Inoshita, K, Kayano, T, Uenoyama, K, Hagiwara, K, Asakawa, M, Ogawa, K, Kawamura, S, Noda, J, Sera, K, Sasaki, H, Nakatani, N, Higuchi, H, Ishikawa, N, Iwano, H, Tamura, Y, Environment and Pollution, Environment and Pollution, 3, 1, 20130000, Refereed
Mexico city aerosol analysis during MILAGRO using high resolution aerosol mass spectrometry at the urban supersite (T0) - Part 2: Analysis of the biomass burning contribution and the non-fossil carbon fraction, A. C. Aiken, B. de Foy, C. Wiedinmyer, P. F. DeCarlo, I. M. Ulbrich, M. N. Wehrli, S. Szidat, A. S. H. Prevot, J. Noda, L. Wacker, R. Volkamer, E. Fortner, J. Wang, A. Laskin, V. Shutthanandan, J. Zheng, R. Zhang, G. Paredes-Miranda, W. P. Arnott, L. T. Molina, G. Sosa, X. Querol, J. L. Jimenez, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 10, 12, 5315, 5341, 20100000, Refereed

Conference Activities & Talks

Possible Survival of Bioaerosols in the Atmosphere: Pollutants as contributing factors, Jun Noda, Sota Tomizawa, Tatsuya Aoyama, Kozo Morimoto, and Satoshi Mitarai, 1st International Conference on Applications of Air Quality in Science and Engineering,   2020 02 11 , 招待有り
Atmospheric Science and One Health: Elucidating Airborne Transmission, Jun Noda, A special research presentation,   2019 12 10
Atmospheric Science and One Health, Jun Noda, Third chemical hazard symposium in Sapporo,   2019 09 30 , 招待有り
Bioaerosol measurements in Mongolia, China, and Japan during the spring of 2015, Jun Noda, Keisuke Nishioka, Takaaki Nakaya, Keiya Yumimoto, Katsuro Hagiwara, Buho Hoshino, Kenji Baba, Izumi Noguchi, Teruya Maki, Atsushi Matuki, Chiharu Nishita-Hara, Masahiko Hayash, Enkhbaatar Davaanya, Erdenebadrakh Munkjargal, Kei Kawai, and Kenji Kai, EAC 2019,   2019 08 27
A possible survival mechanism of bioaerosols with particulate matters, Jun Noda 1, Kyohei Takahashi1, Urara Kojima1, Sota Tomizawa1, Kozo Morimoto2,3, and Satoshi Mitarai3, EAC 2019,   2019 08 26
Atmospheric dust as a possible survival factor for bioaerosols, Jun Noda, Sota Tomizawa, Buho Hoshino, Erdenebadrakh Munkhjargal, Kei Kawai, and Kenji Kai, Central Asian DUst Conference (CADUC),   2019 04 12 , 招待有り
Potential of air pollutants as a protective material for airborne bacteria against ultraviolet rays, Jun Noda, Kyohei Takahashi, Urara Kojima, Sota Tomizawa, 12th Bioaerosol symposium in Ibaraki,   2019 02 19
Understanding Spatial Differences of Non-Tuberculosis Mycobacterium (NTM) Pulmonary Disease by Environmental Aerosol Measurements, Jun Noda, Teruya Maki, Kozo Morimoto, Satoshi Mitarai, 12th Bioaerosol symposium in Ibaraki,   2019 02 19
Potential of air pollutants as a protective material for airborne bacteria against ultraviolet rays, Jun Noda, Sota Tomizawa, Urara Kojima, Kyohei Takahashi, Leo Uchida, Yasukazu Muramatsu, 6th Atmospheric aerosol symposium: Asian dust analysis from simulation and measurement,   2018 11 09
One Health Approach for Infectious Diseases: Elucidation of Airborne Transmission Mechanisms, Jun Noda, Sota Tomizawa, Kozo Morimoto, Satoshi Mitarai, 20th Federation of Asian Veterinary association congress,   2018 11 02 , 招待有り
Aerosol and health, Jun Noda, 15th Zenoaq extension seminar,   2018 10 19 , 招待有り
Sampling Method for Airborne Non-Tuberculosis Mycobacterium with Environmental Aerosols, Jun Noda, Sota Tomisawa, Tran Thai Nhat, Yasukazu Muramatsu, 11th Bioaerosol symposium in Nagano,   2018 02 21
Atmospheric science within a one health perspective, Jun Noda, University of Beira Interior Health Sciences Research Centre Seminor,   2017 12 21 , 招待有り
Distribution pattern of aerosolized Mycoplama bovis with environmental aerosols under different humidity levels, Jun Noda, Ami Saito, Koji Nishi, Satoshi Gondaira, Hidetoshi Higuchi, Hajime Nagahata, Hiroshi Yokota, Joint international tropical medicine meeting 2017,   2017 12 06
Bioearosol measurements during the dust storm event in IOP2015, Jun NODA, Keisuke NISHIOKA, Keiya YUMIMOTO, Katsuro HAGIWARA, Hiroshi YOKOTA, Buho HOSHINO, Takaaki NAKAYA, Teruya MAKI, Enkhbaatar DAVAANYA, Erdenebadrakh MUNKHJARGAL, Kei KAWAI, Kenji KAI, International Workshop on Asian Dust, Bioaerosols and Environmental Regime Shift,   2017 11 03
Investigation of respiratory drug delivery by nebulizer efficacy: aerosol particle sizes and their effectiveness, Toshihiro Wakibuchi, Kaede Onohara, Kazuyuki Suzuki, Jun Minaguchi, Jun Noda, Veterinary medical association annual meeting in Hokkaido,   2017 09 08
Plasma Endotoxin Activity and Trace Elements Kinetics in Macropus giganteus infected-Lumpy Jaw Disease (LJD), Karin Yokoe, Yukari Sotohira, Jun Noda, Kazuyuki Suzuki, Kouichiro Sera, Mitsuhiko Asakawa, Chemical Hazard Symposium,   2017 08 02
BIOAEROSOLS AND CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES - COEXISTENCE AND POSSIBLE INTERACTIONS, Jun Noda, Buho Hoshino, Katsuro Hagiwara, Hiroshi Yokota, Batdorj Dashdondog, Munkhjargal Erdenebadrakh, Kei Kawai, Kenji Kai, Chemical Hazard Symposium,   2017 08 02
Occupational Health Risk with Airborne Materials, NODA JUN, 2nd One health lecture series on One Health, Rakuno Gakuen University,   2017 08 01
Environmental perspective of OneHealth, NODA JUN, What is about "onehealth"?,   2017 07 08
Interaction of airborne mycoplasma bovis and environmental aerosol particles in livestock farming, Jun Noda, Ami Saito, Ayano Toyoda, Koji Nishi, Hidetoshi Higuchi, Hajime Nagahata, Hiroshi Yokota, 10th Bioaerosol symposium in Kanazawa,   2017 02 19
Relationship between Black Carbon and Bioaerosols, Noda, J, Hagiwara, K, Hoshino, B, Kant, R, Hallquist, M, 4th. Aerosol symposium: Black carbon,   2016 11 25
Aerosol Science with One Health Perspective, NODA JUN, 1st lecture series on One Health, Thammasat University,   2016 11 15 , 招待有り
Relationship of Bioaerosls and Environmental Particulate Matters: Possible Health effect, NODA JUN, 22nd atmospheric chemistry conference,   2016 10 13
Investigation of Airborne Mycoplasma bovis with Different Environmental aerosol particles, Saito, A, Toyoda, A, Nishi, K, Noda, J, Higuchi, H, Nagahata, H, 57th Conference for Japan society of Atmospheric environment,   2016 09 06
Bioaerosol researches: Field and laboratory investigation, Noda, J, Noguchi, I, Dashdondog, B, Nakaya, T, Hagiwara, K, 1s JSPS Core to Core program international seminar for collaborative work to develop platform for zoonotic infectious diseases among Japan, Egypt and Asian countries,   2016 08 24
Measurement of Bioaerosols, graduate course lecture, NODA JUN, 3rd JSPS Core to Core program for Collaborative Research between Mongolia, China and Japan on Outbreaks of Asian dust and Environmental Regime Shift,   2016 08 11 , 招待有り
Viability differences of Bioaerosols with Dusts from Mongolia and Japan, Noda, J, Hagiwara, K, Hoshino, B, Baba, K, Yokotota, H, Erdenebadrakh, M, Kawai, K, Kai, K, 3rd JSPS Core to Core program for Collaborative Research between Mongolia, China and Japan on Outbreaks of Asian dust and Environmental Regime Shift,   2016 08 09 , 招待有り
Behavior of Airborne Mycoplasma Bovis with Different Dusts in Livestock Firming, Noda, J, Toyoda, A, Higuchi, H, Ngahata, H, Yokota, H, International Conference on Atmospheric dust,   2016 06 17
Viability Reduction of Bioaerosols with Presence of Environmental Dusts, Noda, J, Hagiwara, K, Hoshino, B, Yokotota, H, Erdenebadrakh, M, Kawai, K, Kai, K, International Conference on Atmospheric dust,   2016 06 16
Estimates of Ground Surface Characteristics for Outbreaks of the Asian Dust Storms in the Sources Region, Hoshino, B, Demura, Y, Sofue, Y, Kai, K, Purevsuren, T, Noda, J, International Conference on Atmospheric dust,   2016 06 16
Connection of different endotoxin levels and trace elements in sea turtles, Noda, J, Suzuki, K, Yokota, H, Sera., K, Japan Radio Isotope Association PIXE symposium,   2016 05 13
Interactions Between Biological and Non-biological Fractions of Aerosols, Bioaerosol Research in Recent Development, Un-known Feature of Airborne Microbes, NODA JUN, Open seminar for JSPS Core to Core program of Collaborative Research between Mongolia, China and Japan on Outbreaks of Asian dust and Environmental Regime Shift,   2016 02 19 , 招待有り

Misc

カンガルー病罹患カンガルーの血漿エンドトキシン活性値, 外平友佳理, 外平友佳理, 佐々木春香, 鈴木一由, 能田淳, 佐野忠士, 土谷正和, 横田博, 浅川満彦, 日本野生動物医学会大会・講演要旨集, 21st,   2015 07 01 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201702224713292293
衛星植生指数を用いたモンゴル国ゴビから発生する黄砂の頻度について, 祖父江侑紀, 出村雄太, ツェデンバプレブスレン, 星野仏方, 馬場賢治, 能田淳, 甲斐賢二, 共生社会システム学会大会報告要旨, 2014,   2014 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201402214533233319
黄砂が運ぶ生物由来物質の時空間解析~2012年春季の事例~, 馬場賢治, 能田淳, 星野仏方, 萩原克郎, 日本気象学会大会講演予稿集,   2013 04 30 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201302262360674842
宮城県石巻市津波被災地域における環境リスクおよび仮設住宅居住者の現状, 蒔田浩平, 伊下一人, 渡辺洋子, 茅野大志, 萩原克郎, 浅川満彦, 小川健太, 能田淳, 佐々木均, 中谷暢丈, 樋口豪紀, 岩野英知, 田村豊, Journal of Epidemiology, 23,   2013 01 24 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201502253576358126
An inactivation experiment of genus Aphthovirus bovine rhinitis B virus inserted in the central part of an imported straw bale to Japan by heat and humidity treatment, MAKITA Kohei, NODA Jun, KIRISAWA Rikio, Journal of the College of Dairying. Natural science, 37, (1) 19 - 23,   2012 10 , http://hdl.handle.net/10659/2891
宮城県石巻市津波被災地域における環境リスクの評価, 蒔田浩平, 伊下一人, 茅野大志, 萩原克郎, 浅川満彦, 小川健太, 能田淳, 佐々木均, 中谷暢丈, 樋口豪紀, 岩野英知, 田村豊, 獣医疫学雑誌, 16,   2012 07 20 , 10.2743/jve.16.9, http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201202245200355113

Patents

2房式擬似大気チャンバー, Jun Noda, Toshihiko Takahashi, 特願2021-048765

Research Grants & Projects

AMED, Setting of standard procedures for evaluating bioaerosol prevention capacity and safe reusing of medical N95 respirator
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Impact assessment for air pollutants affecting infectivity of bioaerosols and disease prevention, This work tried to understand the mechanism and linkage between soot particles and bioaerosols, which containing bacteria or virus, to minimize an adverse health effect associated with airborne infectious diseases. We have targeted the soot as a model air pollutant, which often generated from incomplete combustion of various fuels, and ozone as environmental stress factor to measure the effect on the viability of bacteria in a simulation reaction chamber. From the result, the soot and bacteria co-existing condition showed less influence of ozone stress. Furthermore, we have demonstrated that examination of soot and/or other organic compounds to contribute to maintaining the viability of airborne bacteria.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Bioaerosol time-space transition during Asian dust transport incorporating cloud physics process, We investigated the spatio-temporal variation of bioaerosol occurred in the Mongolian Gobi Desert. The asian dust which occurred in the Mongolian Gobi desert arrived in Hokkaido area through the Westerly Wind without spreading in the meridian direction, according to meteorological model. We were also able to confirm occurrence / transport of Asian dust from LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging, Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging) and artificial satellites CALIPSO. From aerosol samples acquired in Mongolian Gobi desert and Sapporo, they were biologically identified between them.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Investigation of tsunami deposit as a source of airborne dust and its potential effect and prevention for infection by bioaerosols, Dry marine sediment and sludge deposit may become a source of suspended particulate matter (SPM) after the tsunami disaster in 2011, Japan. Further understanding of interaction between SPM and bioaeosol in the atmosphere may contribute to prevent spread of pathogenic microbes through air. This work investigates the effect of marine deposits and some other type of SPM to attribute a survival of biological aerosol in the tropospheric condition. Experiments were carried out with a reaction chamber to examine different types of SPM and bioaerosol in a laboratory. Results indicated that the SPM of marine deposit and model enteric bacteria had significantly higher survival rate than other SPMs examined. The different SPMs may play a significant role for the survival of airborne bacteria and other pathogenic microbes. It is necessary to further investigate the interactions between SPM and bioaerosols to understand factor influencing spread of pathogens to safeguard public health.


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