SATO Shinjiro(Associate Professor)

SATO SHINJIRO

Specialized field Agronomy/weed studies
Gardening/Garden landscaping
Plant nutrient science/soil studies
Timber production science/wood engineering
Agricultural civil engineering/farm village planning studies
Environmental agriculture
Classes GCP Tutorial A3
GCP Tutorial A4
GCP Tutorial B1
GCP Tutorial B2
GCP Tutorial B3
GCP Tutorial B4
Exercise on Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis
Laboratory in Thesis Study 1
Advanced Research 1
Thesis Study 1
Laboratory in Thesis Study 2
Advanced Research 2
Thesis Study 2
Project Studies A
Project Studies B
Inorganic Chemistry
Soil Science
Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Sciences
Environmental Management
Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Environmental Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
Environmental Soil Science
Scientific English writing
Research theme Phosphorus bioavailability and fertilizer-alternative potential of sewage sludge biochar

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Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis of Graduate school of engineering

  • Disciplinary Biochar, Soil-Plant Nutrient Cycling, Utilization of Organic Waste Materials, Tropical Soils, Soil Conservation
    Classes Soil Science, Introductory Inorganic Chemistry, Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Information Analysis, Case Study, Project Studies, GCP Tutorial
    Biography 1970 Born in Osaka Prefecture, JAPAN
    1993 B.A. English Literature (Department of Literature, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, JAPAN)
    1995 M.S. Environmental Science (Department of Environmental Science, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN)
    2003 Ph.D. Soil Science (Soil and Water Science Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA)
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    2003 Postdoctoral Associate (Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA)
    2005 Postdoctoral Research Associate (Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, University of Florida, Immokalee, Florida, USA)
    2010 Associate Professor (Department of Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis, Faculty of Engineering, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, JAPAN)
    Research Theme 1. Utilization of Organic Waste Materials in Soil towards Building a Recycling Society
    Biochar
    Methane Anaerobic Digestion Effluents
    2. Conservation of Tropical Soils
    Membership of Academic Societies Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    The Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Rural Engineering
    Japanese Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management
    Japanese Biochar Association
    Soil Science Society of America
    Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida
    Publications [Peer Reviewed Journals]
    Inukai, N., Y. Kudo, S. Sato, N. Hayakawa. 2004. A study on tidal change of wind-driven flow in a straight-line, coastal area. Annual Journal of Coastal Engineering 51: 356–360. (in Japanese)

    Lehmann, J., Z. Lan, C. Hyland, S. Sato, D. Solomon, and Q. Ketterings. 2005. Long-term dynamics of phosphorus forms and retention in manure-amended soils. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 6672–6680.

    Sato, S., D. Solomon, C. Hyland, Q. Ketterings, and J. Lehmann. 2005. Phosphorus speciation in manure and manure-amended soils using XANES spectroscopy. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 7485–7491.

    Sato, S. and N.B. Comerford. 2005. Influence of soil pH on inorganic phosphorus sorption and desorption in a humid Brazilian Ultisol. Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo 29: 685–694.

    Sato, S. and N.B. Comerford. 2006. Assessing methods for developing phosphorus desorption isotherms from soils using anion exchange membranes. Plant and Soil 279: 107–117.

    Sato, S. and N.B. Comerford. 2006. Organic anions and phosphorus desorption and bioavailability in a humid Brazilian Ultisol. Soil Science 171: 695–705.

    Sato, S. and N.B. Comerford. 2008. The non-recoverable phosphorus following sorption onto a Brazilian Ultisol. Biology and Fertility of Soils 44: 649–652.

    Sato, S. and K.T. Morgan. 2008. Nitrogen recovery and transformation from a surface or sub-surface application of controlled-release fertilizer on a sandy soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition 31:2214–2231.

    Morgan, K.T., K.E. Cushman, and S. Sato. 2009. Release mechanisms for slow- and controlled-release fertilizers and strategies for their use in vegetable production. HortTechnology 19:10–12.

    Sato, S., K.T. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.H. Simonne. 2009. Spatial and temporal distributions in sandy soils with seepage irrigation: I Ammonium and nitrate. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:1044–1052.

    Sato, S., K.T. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.H. Simonne. 2009. Spatial and temporal distributions in sandy soils with seepage irrigation: II Phosphorus and potassium. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:1053–1060.

    Sato, S., E.G. Neves, D. Solomon, B. Liang, and J. Lehmann. 2009. Biogenic calcium phosphate transformation in soils over millennial time scales. Journal of Soils and Sediments 9: 194–205.

    Sato, S., K.T. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.H. Simonne. 2009. NPK spatial and temporal distributions and leaching in sandy soils cropped with tomato under seepage irrigation. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 68:1-10.

    Sato, S. and K.T. Morgan. 2011. Nutrient mobility and availability with selected irrigation and drainage systems for vegetable crops on sandy soils. In: Soil Health and Land Use Management, M.C. Hernandez-Soriano (ed.). pp. 89–110. InTech, Rijeka, Croatia.

    Sato, S., K.T. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, K. Mahmoud, and E.H. Simonne. 2012. Nutrient balance and use efficiency in sandy soils cropped with tomatoes under seepage irrigation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76: 1867–1876.

    Yachigo, M. and S. Sato. 2013. Leachability and vegetable absorption of heavy metals from sewage sludge biochar. In: Soil Processes and Current Trends in Quality Assessment, M.C. Hernandez-Soriano (ed.). pp. 399–416. InTech, Rijeka, Croatia.

    Sato, S. and S. Morita. 2014. Changes of nitrogen dynamics in a soil amended with an anaerobic digestion effluent by organic material application. Irrigation, Drainage and Rural Engineering Journal 292: 1-8. (in Japanese)

    Mizuta, K. and S. Sato. 2015. Soil aggregate formation and stability induced by starch and cellulose. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 87: 90-96.

    Ozores-Hampton, M., F. Di Gioia, S. Sato, E. Simonne, and K. Morgan. 2015. Effects of nitrogen rates on nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium partitioning, accumulation, and use efficiency in seepage-irrigated fresh market tomatoes. HortScience 50: 1636-1643.

    Watanabe, S. and S. Sato. 2015. Priming effect of bamboo (Phyllostanchys edulis Carrière) biochar application in a soil amended with legume. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 61:


    [Other Journals]
    Sato, S., D. Solomon, C. Hyland, Q. Ketterings, and J. Lehmann. 2006. Phosphorus speciation in manure and manure-amended soils using XANES spectroscopy. National Synchrotron Light Source 2006 Activity Report 2-56–2-57.

    Ozores-Hamton, M., E. Simonne, K. Morgan, K. Cushman, S. Sato, C. Albright, E. Waldo, and A. Polak. 2009. Can we use controlled release fertilizers (CRF) in tomato production? 2009 Florida Tomato Institute Proceedings 10-14.

    Morgan, K.T., S. Sato, and E. McAvoy. 2009. Preliminary data on phosphorus soil test index validation in southwest Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 122:233-239.

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