Hideaki Shibata

I am a professor of Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University located in Sapporo, Japan.  My research interest involves biogeochemistry, soil and water quality in forest ecosystem.  I am recently working on ecosystem functions and services in forest under changing environments, and on nitrogen footprint assessment as environment indicators of human activities.  I am also in charge of Graduate School of Environmental Science (Course of Forest Conservation) for education of graduate students.

Recent news

Text books publication on "Forest and soil", "Forest and material cycles" for students and young researchers

Publishers information (Japanese)→ Forest and soil  Forest and Material cycle

Past news

International projects | Training courses 

International training course of ecosystem nitrogen cycles was conducted as a program of ILTER network. See the above highlight movie.

International workshop on nitrogen footprint, indicator of nitrogen loss to the environment as a result of food and energy consumption, was taken place in March 2015. 

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