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Expert NameDr. Koji Inosako
TitleProfessor
DivisionFaculty od Agriculture
Institution
CityTottori
CountryJapan
Telephone0081 857 31 5393
Emailinosako(at)muses.tottori-u.ac.jp
Work ExperienceI studied on desalinization and optimum irrigation scheduling for fields in drylands in China, Kazakhstan and Egypt as a participant under “Researches on Combating Desertification and Developmental Utilization in Inland China” of the JSPS-CAS Core-University Program, “Global center of excellence for dryland science” of JSPS, “Sustainable water policy scenarios for river basins with rapidly growing population – response to global water cycle upheavals in the monsoon Asia region” of Core research for evolutional science and technology program in JST”, and “Investigation for highly effective water utilization in the international river Nile and farmland in the river basin” of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Oversea academic research) of JSPS. Thematic areas: Soil and water conservation; Geographic focus: China/Yan’an and Dongying, Tanzania/Monbo, Syrdaria/Kazakhstan, Egypt/Nile delta
QualificationsPh.D, Irrigation scheduling, Kyushu University, 1999
Number of Publications
Awards
Other Activities1. Membership of the International water association; 2. Membership of International Commission on irrigation and drainage
Publications1. _ Koji Inosako, Keigo Yasunaga, Naoyuki Takeshita, Tadaomi Saito and Mitsuhiro Inoue, 2012, Desalinization of a salt-affected field using a rice husk underdrainage system, Journal of Arid Land Studies, 22(1), 143-146 2. Yanmei Bai, Koji Inosako, Yin Li Liang, Mitsuhiro Inoue and Katsutoshi Takuma, 2008, Optimum Irrigation Scheduling for a Cucumber Field in a Chinese Style Greenhouse, -A Case of Yan’an District on the Loess Plateau-, Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Rural Engineering, 257, 57-63 3. Yanmei Bai, Koji Inosako, Yin Li Liang, Mitsuhiro Inoue, Satoshi Yamada and Katsutoshi Takuma, 2008, Practical estimation method for soil hydraulic properties based on observed data in short-term experiments conducted in a foreign field, Sand Dune Research, 55(2), 71-84 4. Koji Inosako, Fasong Yuan and S. Miyamoto, Simple methods for estimating outflow salinity from inflow and reservoir storage,2006, Agricultural water management, 82, 411-420 5. Tadaomi Saito, Haruyuki Fujimaki, Hiroshi Yasuda, Koji Inosako, and Mitsuhiro Inoue, 2013, Calibration of Temperature Effect on Dielectric Probes Using Time Series Field Data, Vadose Zone Journal,12(2)
DisciplineSoil and water conservation
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