Wataru Nishijima

Last Updated :2020/12/01

Affiliations, Positions
Environmental Research and Management Center, Professor
E-mail
wataruhiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • University of Tsukuba, Graduate School, Division of Environmental Science, Environmental Science, Japan, 1985/04, 1987/03
  • University of Tsukuba, Second Cluster of College, Departmemt of biology, Japan, 1981/04, 1985/03
  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Japan, 1991/04, 1992/01

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, Hiroshima University
  • Master, University of Tsukuba

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Chemical Engineering

Research Fields

  • Environmental science;Sustainable and environmental system development;Environmental and ecological symbiosis

Research Keywords

  • plastics
  • ecosystem
  • recycling
  • eelgrassbed
  • fouling
  • separation
  • tidal flat
  • membrane bioreactor

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 4Term, Industry and Technology
  2. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Environmental management in higash-hiroshima campus at Hiroshima University
  3. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Basic Environmental Sciences
  4. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Recycling engineering
  5. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Chemical Engineering Research IIA
  6. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Chemical Engineering Research IIB
  7. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Chemical Engineering Seminar IIA
  8. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Chemical Engineering Seminar IIB
  9. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Exercises on Chemical Engineering A
  10. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Special Exercises on Chemical Engineering B
  11. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Exercises on Chemical Engineering B
  12. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Chemical Engineering
  13. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Chemical Engineering

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Factors to determine the functions and structures in natural and constructed tidal flats, Water Research, 32, 2601-2606, 19980401
  2. Activated carbon as a better habitat for water and wastewater treatment, Water Science and Technology, 42(12), 149-154, 20001201
  3. Pilot plant evaluation of an ozone-microfiltration system for drinking water treatment, Water Science and Technology, 41(10-11), 17-23, 20001001
  4. The Performance of Ozonation and Biological Activated Carbon Process for a long term operation, Water Science and Technology, 38(6), 163-169, 19990401
  5. Particle Separation as a Pretreatment of Advanced Drinking Water Treatment Process by Ozonation and Biological Activated Carbon, Water Science and Technology, 37(10), 117-124, 19981001
  6. Comparison of ozonation and AOPs combined with biodegradation for removal of THM precursors in trreated sewage effluents, Water Science and Technology, 38(7), 179-186, 19990701
  7. Micropollutant removal with saturated biological activated carbon (BAC) in ozonation-BAC process, Water Science and Technology, 36(12), 283-298, 19971201
  8. Improvement of Biodegradation of Organic Substance by Addition of Phosphorus in Biological Activated Carbon, Water Science and Technology, 36(12), 251-258, 19971201
  9. Adsorption and ion exchange of some groundwater anion contaminants in an amine modified coconut coir, Water Science and Technology, 35(8), 89-95, 19970801
  10. Effects of adsorved substances on bioactivity of attached bacteria on granular activated carbon, Water Science and Technology, 35(8), 203-208, 19970801
  11. Pilot plant study on ozonation and biological activated carbon process for drinking water treatment, Water Science and Technology, 35(8), 21-28, 19970801
  12. ★, Competitive removal of dissolved organic carbon by adsorption and biodegradation on biological activated carbon, Water Science and Technology, 35(7), 147-153, 19970701
  13. Biodegradation of organic substances by biological activated carbon- Simulation of bacterial activity on granular activated carbon, Water Science and Technology, 26, 2031-2034, 19920401
  14. Activated carbon as a better habitat for water and wastewater treatment, Water Science and Technology, 42(12), 149-154, 20001201
  15. Pilot plant evaluation of an ozone-microfiltration system for drinking water treatment, Water Science and Technology, 41(10-11), 17-23, 20001001
  16. The Performance of Ozonation and Biological Activated Carbon Process for a long term operation, Water Science and Technology, 38(6), 163-169, 19990401
  17. Comparison of ozonation and AOPs combined with biodegradation for removal of THM precursors in trreated sewage effluents, Water Science and Technology, 38(7), 179-186, 19990701
  18. Micropollutant removal with saturated biological activated carbon (BAC) in ozonation-BAC process, Water Science and Technology, 36(12), 283-298, 19971201
  19. Improvement of Biodegradation of Organic Substance by Addition of Phosphorus in Biological Activated Carbon, Water Science and Technology, 36(12), 251-258, 19971201
  20. Adsorption and ion exchange of some groundwater anion contaminants in an amine modified coconut coir, Water Science and Technology, 35(8), 89-95, 19960801
  21. Effects of adsorved substances on bioactivity of attached bacteria on granular activated carbon, Water Science and Technology, 35(8), 203-208, 19970801
  22. Pilot plant study on ozonation and biological activated carbon process for drinking water treatment, Water Science and Technology, 35(8), 21-28, 19970801
  23. Competitive removal of dissolved organic carbon by adsorption and biodegradation on biological activated carbon, Water Science and Technology, 35(7), 147-153, 19970701
  24. Biodegradation of organic substances by biological activated carbon- Simulation of bacterial activity on granular activated carbon, Water Science and Technology, 26, 2031-2034, 19920401
  25. Relationship between growth rate of phenol utilizing bacteria and the toxic effect of metabolic intermediates of trichloroethylene (TCE), Water Research, 33(4), 1085-1089, 19991101
  26. Removal of oil pollutants in seawater as pretreatment of reverse osmosis desalination process, Water Research, 33(8), 1857-1863, 19990801
  27. Bromate removal during transition from new granular activated carbon (GAC) to biological activated carbon (BAC), Water Research, 33(12), 2797-2804, 19990401
  28. Biodegradation of trichloroethylene (TCE) adsorbed on granular activated carbon (GAC), Water Research, 34(17), 4139-4142, 20000401
  29. Isolation and characterization of coagulant extracted from Moringa oleifera seed by salt solution, Water Research, 35(2), 405-410, 20010201
  30. Extraction characteristics and coagulation mechanism of salt solution-extracted component Moringa oleifera seed, Water Research, 35(8), 830-834, 20010301
  31. Factor to determine the funtions and structures in natural and constructed tidal flats, Water Research, 2601-2606, 19980501
  32. A new procedure to produce lignocellulosic anion exchangers from agricultural waste materials, Bioresource Technology, 83(3), 195-198, 20020401
  33. Preparation of agricultural residue anion exchangers and its nitrate maximum adsorption capacity, Chemosphere, 48(10), 1041-1046, 20021001
  34. Deterioration of eelgrass, Zostera marina L., meadows by water pollution in Seto inland sea, Japan, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 44, 1251-1256, 20020401
  35. Preparation of chelating agents from sugarcane bagasse by microwave radiation as an alternative ecologically benign procedure, Green Chemistry, 4(6), 555-557, 20020401
  36. A pilot plant study of polysilicato-iron coagulant, Water Supply, 2(2), 107-113, 20020401
  37. DOC removal by multi-stage ozonation-biological treatment, Water Research, 37(1), 150-154, 20030401
  38. Improvement of DOC removal by multi-stage AOP-biological treatment, Chemosphere, 50(8), 1043-1048, 20030401
  39. A new procedure to produce lignocellulosic anion exchangers from agricultural waste materials., Bioresource Technology, 83, 195-198, 20020401
  40. Preparation of agricultural residue anion exchangers and its nitrate maximum adsorption capacity., Chemosphere, 48, 1041-1046, 20020401
  41. A Pilot plant study of polysilicato-iron coagulant, Water Science and Technology, Water Supply, 12, 107-113, 20020401
  42. Preparation of Chelating Agents from Sugarcane Bagasse by Microwave Radiation as an Alternative Ecologically Benign Procedure, Green Chemistry, 4, 555-557, 20020401
  43. Deterioration of eelgrass, Zostera marina L., meadows by water pollution in Seto Inland Sea,, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 44, 1253-1258, 20020401
  44. DOC removal by multi-stage ozonation-biological treatment, Water Research, 37, 150-154, 20030401
  45. Numerical modelling of the petroleum oil penetration into sandy beach sediments, Water Science and Technology, 47(9), 20030401
  46. Stimulation of bacterial activity by the addition of different PACs, Journa of Environmental Biotechnology, 24(2), 179-186, 20030401
  47. Characterization of organic matters in ozonation and biological treatment, Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology-Aqua, 52, 291-297, 20030401
  48. Chemical properties of anion exchangers made from waste natural material, Reactive and Functional Polymers Journal, 55(3), 311-318, 20030401
  49. Ozone decomposition of hazardous chemical substance in organic solvents, Water Research, 37(11), 2595 – 2598, 20030401
  50. Biodegradation of Organic Substances by Biological Activated Carbon - Stimulation of Bacterial Activity on Granular Activated Carbon -, Water Quality International 1998, 19920401
  51. Competitive Removal of DOC by Adsorption and Biodegradation on Biological Activated Carbon, Adsorption in Water Environment and Treatment Processes, 19960401
  52. Removal of Phosphorus and Sulfide in Seawater by Converter Slag, The United States - Japan Experts Meeting on Management of Bottom Sediments Containing Toxic Substances, 19960401
  53. Particle Separation as a Pretreatment of Advanced Drinking Water Treatment Process by Ozonation and Biological Activated Carbon, IAWQ/IWSA Joint Specialist Group on Particle Separation Workshop, 19970401
  54. The performance of ozonation-biological activated carbon process for a long-term operation, Water Quality International 1998, 19980401
  55. Comparison of ozonation and AOPs combined with biodegradation for removal of THM precursors in treated sewage effluents, Water Quality International 1998, 19980401
  56. Removal of oil pollutants in seawater asa pretreatment of reverse osmosis desalination process, Water Quality International 1998, 19980401
  57. Effects of Growth Rate on the Toxicity of Metabolic Intermediates of Trichloroethylene to phenol utilising bacteria, Water Quality International 1998, 19980401
  58. New Extraction Method Enhance Coagulation Efficiency of Moringa Oleifera Seed Extracts, Water Quality International 1998, 19980401
  59. The Significance of Tidal Flats for Environmental Preservation, MEDCOAST 99-EMECS 99 Joint Conference, 19990401
  60. Deterioration of Eelgrass, Zestera Marina L., Meadows by Water Pollution in Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MEDCOAST 99-EMECS 99 Joint Conference, 19990401
  61. Pilot Plant Evaluation of Ozone-microfiltration system for drinking water treatment, International Specialized Conference on Membrane Technology in Environmental Management, 19990401
  62. Ozonation of hazardous chemicals in organic solvents, Japan/Netherlands Symposium, 20000401
  63. Ozonation of organic substances in solvent, International Symposium on Water Resource Development and Environmental problems, 20000401
  64. A pilot plant study of polysilicate-iron coagulant, Water Quality International 2001, 20010401
  65. Improvement of DOC removal by repeated AOP-biodegradation process, Water Quality International 2001, 20020401
  66. Numerical modeling of the petroleum oil penetration into sandy beach sediments,, Water Quality International 2001, 20020401
  67. Use of organic solution for the removal of hazardous chemicals; the more efficient and zero-emission decomposition processes by extraction, concentration and reaction in organic solutions, The Second Special Technical Workshop with World Authorities in Water and Wastewater, 20020401
  68. Chemical properties of anion exchangers made from waste natural material, Reactive and Functional Polymers Journal, 55(3), 311-318, 20030401
  69. Ozone decomposition of hazardous chemical substance in organic solvents, Water Research, 37, 2595-2598, 20030401
  70. Stimulation of bacterial activity by the addition of different PACs, Environmental Technology, 24, 179-186, 20030401
  71. Calcium accumulation on activated carbon deteriorates synthetic organic chemicals adsorption, Water Research, 37, 4631-4636, 20030401
  72. Calcium accumulation on activated carbon deteriorates synthetic organic chemicals adsorption, Water Research, 37(19), 4631-4636, 20030401
  73. Comparative effectivity of different types of neutral chelating agent for preparing chelated bagasse in solvent free conditions, Journal of Cleaner Production, 12, 753-757, 20040401
  74. Effect of dissolved organic matter (DOM) and biofilm on the adsorption capacity of powdered activated carbon in activated sludge, Journa of Environmental Biotechnology, 1(2), 247-256, 20040401
  75. Use of organic solution for the removal of hazardous chemicals: the more efficient and zero-emission decomposition processes by extraction, concentration and reaction in organic solutions, Water Science and Technology, 4(1), 119-125, 20040401
  76. Catalytic hydrodechlorination of chlorinated ethylenes in organic solvents at ordinary temperature and atmospheric pressure, Applied Catalysis= B: Environmental, 52(2), 135-140, 20040401
  77. Fate of biodegradable organic carbon produced by ozonation on biological activated carbon, Chemosphere, 56(2), 113-119, 20040401
  78. Decomposition of 2,4-dichlorophenol by ozonation in several organic solvents, Chemosphere, 57(9), 1151-1155, 20040401
  79. Adsorption capacity of powdered activated carbon for 3,5-dichlorophenol in activated sludge, Chemosphere, 57(9), 1219-1224, 20040401
  80. Effects of humic substances on the decopposition of 2,4-dichlorophenol by ozone after extraction from water into acetic acid through activated carbon, Chemosphere, 57(9), 1231-1235, 20040401
  81. Effects of oil spill onseawater infiltration and macrobenthic community in tidal flats, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 49(11-12), 959-963, 20040401
  82. Biological solubilization and mineralization as novel approach for the pretreatment of food waste, Chemosphere, 58(1), 57-63, 20050401
  83. Effects of metal ions on decomposition of chlorinated organic substances by ozonation in acetic acid, Chemosphere, 58(4), 523-527, 20050401
  84. Influence of water on the catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethelene over Pd/C catalyst at mild conditions, Tetrahedron Letters, 46(21), 3613-3617, 20050401
  85. TCE removal from porous media using an ozone-saturated solvent, Chemistry Letters, 34(11), 1504-1505, 20050401
  86. Improvement of Cryptosporidium oocyst removal by a polysilicate-iron coagulant, Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan, 39(2), 137-143, 20060401
  87. Evaluation of organic carbon leaching potential from treated incinerator bottom ash using conventional and green process methodologies, Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan, 39(4), 481-487, 20060401
  88. The evaluation of purification in a tidal flat using tidal flat simulator, EMECS 7 - ECSA 40, 20060401
  89. Liquid-phase Hydrodechlorination of PCE in Water-alcohol Mixtures under Ordinary Conditions, The Twentieth-First International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, 20060401
  90. Elution and decomposition of TCE from porous media using a solvent with ozone: experimental and mathematical results, The Twentieth-First International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, 20060401
  91. Chemical extraction of organic carbon to reduce the leaching potential risk from MSWI bottom ash, Journal of Hazardous Material, 125(17), 141-146, 20050301
  92. Enhancement of Cryptosporidium Oocyst Removal by Coagulation and Sedimentation with Poly-Silicate Iron (PSI), Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan, 39(2), 137-143, 20060201
  93. ORGANIC CARBON LEACHING BEHAVIOR FROM INCINERATOR BOTTOM ASH, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 137(2), 1096-1101, 20060901
  94. Heavy Metals Removal from Automobile Shredder Residues (ASR), Journal of Hazardous Materials, 137(3), 1618-1623, 20061101
  95. Improvement of Sedimentation by the Coagulation using Poly-silicate Iron for the Removal of Cryptosporidium oocyst, Separation Science and Technology, 41(15), 3387-3396, 20060401
  96. Deactivation and Reactivation of Pd/C Catalyst used in Repeated Batch Hydrodechlorination of PCE, Applied Catalysis= B: Environmental, 71(8), 64-69, 20070401
  97. Effects of pretreatment on calcium accumulation onto GAC., Journa of Environmental Biotechnology, 20070101
  98. Separation of Polyvinyl Chloride from Plastic Mixture by froth Floatation after Ozonation for Surface Modification, 29(5), 373-377, 20070501
  99. Elution and Decomposition of TCE from Porous Media Using a Solvent With Ozone: Experimental and Mathematical Results, Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, 20060401
  100. Bioremediation of Oil Contaminated Fine Soils by Bioslurry Reactor with Support Media, Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, 20060401
  101. Characterization of Salt Solution Extracted Active Component from Moringa oleifera Seed, 1441-1446, 19990401
  102. Adsorption and Ion Exchange of Some Groundwater Anion Contaminants in an Amine Modified Coconut Coir, Adsorption in Water Environment and Treatment Processes, 311-317, 19960401
  103. Separation of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from automobile shredder residue (ASR) by froth flotation with ozonation, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 147, 1051-1055, 20070901
  104. Effect of different adsorption/desorption properties and biodegradability of chemicals on the performance of powdered activated carbon (PACT) processes, Journal of Water and Environment Technology, 5(2), 71-78, 20070601
  105. EFFECTS OF PRETREATMENTS ON CALCIUM ACCUMULATION ONTO GAC, Journal of Water and Environment Technology, 5(2), 109-116, 20070601
  106. Effect of different adsorption/desorption properties and biodegradability of chemicals on the performance of powdered activated carbon (PACT) processes, Journal of Water and Environment Technology, 5, 71-78, 20070601
  107. Kinetics of deactivation of Pd/C catalyst repeatedly used in the liquid-phase hydrodechlorination of PCE, Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters, 90(1), 127-136, 20070201
  108. Deactivation and reactivation of Pd/C catalyst used in repeated batch hydrodechlorination of PCE, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 71(1&2), 61-619, 20070208
  109. Calcium accumulation onto GAC used for landfill leachate treatment and its effects on 2,4-DCP adsorption, Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan, 40(3), 275-279, 20070320
  110. Enhancement of biodegradation of oil adsorbed on fine soils in bioslurry reactor, Chemosphere, 68(2), 281-286, 20070701
  111. Separation of polyvinyl chloride from plastic mixture by froth floatation after surface modification with ozone, Ozone Science & Engineering, 29(5), 373-377, 20071001
  112. A novel polymer recycling system for effective recovery of chloride free polymers from automobile shredder residue, Presented at 8th International Automobile Recycling Congress (IARC 2008), 20080301
  113. The Approach Concerning the Safety and Health Education and the Problem in the Future.Cace Study in Hiroshima University, Bulletin of General Health Research, 23, 1-7, 20070301
  114. Decomposition of trichloroethylene and 2,4-dichlorophenol by ozonation in several organic solvents, Chemosphere, 57(9), 1219-1224, 20040901
  115. A new procedure to produce lignocellulosic anion exchangers from agricultural waste materials., Bioresource Technology, 83(2002), 195-198, 20020401
  116. Enhancement of the catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene in methanol at mild conditions by water addition, Tetrahedron Letters, 46, 3613-3617, 20050401
  117. Enhancement of the catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene in methanol at mild conditions by water addition, Tetrahedron Letters, 46(21), 3613-3617, 20050401
  118. Makin the Liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of PCE over Pd/C safer., React. Kinet. Catal. Lett., 89(2), 369-376, 20060401
  119. Experimental and mathematical evaluation of trichloroethylene removal from saturated soil using acetic acid with saturated ozone., Separation and Purification Technology, 60, 299-307, 20080401
  120. Selective recovery of PVC free polymers from ASR polymers by ozonation and froth flotation., Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 52, 941-946, 20080401
  121. Benthic ecosystem development in an artificial tidal flat constructed from dredged spoil., Mrine Pollution Bulletin, 56, 2059-2066, 20080401
  122. Ozonation of Trichloroethylene in Acetic Acid Solution with Soluble and Solid Humic Acid., Journal of Hazardous Materials, 160(2-3), 662-667, 20080401
  123. Hydrophilization of polyvinyl chloride surface by ozonation., Surface Review and Letters, 15(6), 711-715, 20080401
  124. Effects of pretreatments on calcium accumulation onto GAC., Journal of Water and Environment Technology, 20080401
  125. Pilot plant evaluation of an ozone-microfiltration system for drinking water treatment, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 41(10-11), 17-23, 2000
  126. Biodegradation of trichloroethylene (TCE) adsorbed on granular activated carbon (GAC), WATER RESEARCH, 34(17), 4139-4142, DEC 2000
  127. Activated carbon as a better habitat for water and wastewater treatment microorganisms, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 42(12), 149-154, 2000
  128. Isolation and characterization of coagulant extracted from Moringa oleifera seed by salt solution, WATER RESEARCH, 35(2), 405-410, FEB 2001
  129. Coagulation mechanism of salt solution-extracted active component in Moringa oleifera seeds, WATER RESEARCH, 35(3), 830-834, MAR 2001
  130. A new procedure to produce lignocellulosic anion exchangers from agricultural waste materials, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 83(3), 195-198, JUL 2002
  131. Preparation of agricultural residue anion exchangers and its nitrate maximum adsorption capacity, CHEMOSPHERE, 48(10), 1041-1046, SEP 2002
  132. DOC removal by multi-stage ozonation-biological treatment, WATER RESEARCH, 37(1), 150-154, JAN 2003
  133. Preparation of chelating agents from sugarcane bagasse by microwave radiation as an alternative ecologically benign procedure, GREEN CHEMISTRY, 4(6), 555-557, 2002
  134. Deterioration of eelgrass, Zostera marina L., meadows by water pollution in Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 44(11), 1253-1258, NOV 2002
  135. Improvement of DOC removal by multi-stage AOP-biological treatment, CHEMOSPHERE, 50(8), 1043-1048, MAR 2003
  136. Stimulation of bacterial activity by the addition of different PACS, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 24(2), 179-186, FEB 2003
  137. Ozone decomposition of hazardous chemical substance in organic solvents, WATER RESEARCH, 37(11), 2595-2598, JUN 2003
  138. Numerical modelling of the petroleum oil penetration into sandy beach sediments, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 47(9), 9-14, 2003
  139. Chemical properties of anion-exchangers prepared from waste natural materials, REACTIVE & FUNCTIONAL POLYMERS, 55(3), 311-318, 2003
  140. Characterization of organic matter in ozonation and biological treatment, JOURNAL OF WATER SUPPLY RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY-AQUA, 52(4), 291-297, JUN 2003
  141. Calcium accumulation on activated carbon deteriorates synthetic organic chemicals adsorption, WATER RESEARCH, 37(19), 4631-4636, NOV 2003
  142. Fate of biodegradable dissolved organic carbon produced by ozonation on biological activated carbon, CHEMOSPHERE, 56(2), 113-119, JUL 2004
  143. Comparative effectivity of different types of neutral chelating agents for preparing chelated bagasse in solvent-free conditions, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 12(7), 753-757, 2004
  144. Catalytic hydrodechlorination of chlorinated ethylenes in organic solvents at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL, 51(2), 135-140, JUL 30 2004
  145. Decomposition of trichloroethylene and 2,4-dichlorophenol by ozonation in several organic solvents, CHEMOSPHERE, 57(9), 1151-1155, DEC 2004
  146. Adsorption capacity of powdered activated carbon for 3,5-dichlorophenol in activated sludge, CHEMOSPHERE, 57(9), 1219-1224, DEC 2004
  147. Effects of humic substances on the decomposition of 2,4-dichlorophenol by ozone after extraction from water into acetic acid through activated carbon, CHEMOSPHERE, 57(9), 1231-1235, DEC 2004
  148. Biological solubilization and mineralization as novel approach for the pretreatment of food waste, CHEMOSPHERE, 58(1), 57-63, JAN 2005
  149. Effects of oil spill on seawater infiltration and macrobenthic community in tidal flats, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 49(11-12), 959-963, DEC 2004
  150. Effect of metal ions on decomposition of chlorinated organic substances by ozonation in acetic acid, CHEMOSPHERE, 58(4), 523-527, JAN 2005
  151. Enhancement of the catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene in methanol at mild conditions by water addition, TETRAHEDRON LETTERS, 46(21), 3613-3617, MAY 23 2005
  152. TCE removal from porous media using an ozone-saturated solvent, CHEMISTRY LETTERS, 34(11), 1504-1505, NOV 5 2005
  153. Chemical extraction of organic carbon to reduce the leaching potential risk from MSWI bottom ash, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 125(1-3), 141-146, OCT 17 2005
  154. Enhancement of Cryptosporidium oocyst removal by coagulation and sedimentation with poly-silicate iron (PSI), JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 39(2), 137-143, FEB 2006
  155. Organic carbon leaching behavior from incinerator bottom ash, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 137(2), 1096-1101, SEP 21 2006
  156. Heavy metals removal from automobile shredder residues (ASR), JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 137(3), 1618-1623, OCT 11 2006
  157. Improvement of sedimentation by the coagulation using poly-silicate iron for the removal of Cryptosporidium oocyst, SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 41(15), 3387-3396, 2006
  158. Making the liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of PCE over Pd/C safer, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 89(2), 369-376, AUG 2006
  159. Organic carbon leachability from bottom ash samples by conventional and ultrasound methods, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 39(4), 481-487, APR 2006
  160. Kinetics of deactivation of Pd/C catalyst repeatedly used in the liquid-phase hydrodechlorination of PCE, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 90(1), 127-136, FEB 2007
  161. Deactivation and reactivation of Pd/C catalyst used in repeated batch hydrodechlorination of PCE, APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL, 71(1-2), 64-69, FEB 8 2007
  162. Calcium accumulation onto GAC used for landfill leachate treatment and its effects on 2,4-DCP adsorption, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 40(3), 275-279, MAR 2007
  163. Enhancement of biodegradation of oil adsorbed on fine soils in a bioslurry reactor, CHEMOSPHERE, 68(2), 281-286, JUN 2007
  164. Separation of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from automobile shredder residue (ASR) by froth flotation with ozonation, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 147(3), 1051-1055, AUG 25 2007
  165. Separation of polyvinyl chloride from plastic mixture by froth flotation after surface modification with ozone, OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, 29(5), 373-377, 2007
  166. Selective recovery of PVC-free polymers from ASR polymers by ozonation and froth flotation, RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING, 52(6), 941-946, APR 2008
  167. Experimental and mathematical evaluation of trichloroethylene removal from saturated soil using acetic acid with saturated ozone, SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY, 60(3), 299-307, MAY 6 2008
  168. Ozonation of trichloroethylene in acetic acid solution with soluble and solid humic acid, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 160(2-3), 662-667, DEC 30 2008
  169. Benthic ecosystem development in an artificial tidal flat constructed from dredged spoil, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 56(12), 2059-2066, DEC 2008
  170. HYDROPHILIZATION OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE SURFACE BY OZONATION, SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS, 15(6), 711-715, DEC 2008
  171. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, JUL 30 2009
  172. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, APR 2010
  173. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, MAR 2010
  174. Chemical stabilization of bottom ash from municipal solid waste incineration and prediction of DOC leaching in landfill sites, Journal of Water and Environment Technology, 8(2), 141-150, 2010,Jun
  175. Anti-cyanobacterial allelopathic effects of plants used for artificial floating islands, ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL, 26(1), 113-121, JUL 2010
  176. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  177. Surface Ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management, 12(4), 326-331, 2010,Nov
  178. Utilizing Dredged Sediment for Enhancing Growth of Eelgrass in Artificially Prepared Substrates, International Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences, 1-2, 57-62, 2010,Nov
  179. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, AUG 2011
  180. Polyphenols and fatty acids responsible for anti-cyanobacterial allelopathic effects of submerged macrophyte Myriophyllum spicatum, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 66(5), 993-999, 2012
  181. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  182. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, SEP 15 2013
  183. Photochemical decomposition of perfluorooctanoic acid mediated by iron in strongly acidic conditions, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 268, 150-155, MAR 15 2014
  184. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, JUN 2014
  185. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, MAY 15 2014
  186. Chlorophyll and suspended sediment mapping to the Caribbean Sea from rivers in the capital city of the Dominican Republic using ALOS AVNIR-2 data, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 186(7), 4181-4193, JUL 2014
  187. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, SEP 1 2014
  188. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, JUN 2014
  189. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, SEP 2014
  190. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, MAR 15 2015
  191. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  192. Function of Wood Chips for Composting of Sewage Sludge by Thermophilic and Aerobic Digestion, JOURNAL OF RESIDUALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 12(2), 53-59, APR 2015
  193. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, AUG 2015
  194. Production of mono- and di-carboxylated polyethylene glycols as a factor obstacle to the successful ozonation-assisted biodegradation of ethoxylated compounds, CHEMOSPHERE, 136, 153-159, OCT 2015
  195. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, OCT 2015
  196. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, NOV 15 2015
  197. Effect of coexisting metal ions on the degradation of polyamide reverse osmosis membrane by hypochlorite treatment, DESALINATION, 381, 126-134, MAR 1 2016
  198. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, MAR 2016
  199. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, APR 2016
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  201. Rapid novel test for the determination of biofouling potential on reverse osmosis membranes, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 73(12), 2978-2985, JUN 2016
  202. Spatial and temporal distributions of Secchi depths and chlorophyll a concentrations in the Suo Nada of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, exposed to anthropogenic nutrient loading, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 571, 543-550, NOV 15 2016
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  204. Nutrient dynamics in core sediments of an artificial basal medium prepared with steelmaking slag and dredged materials, JOURNAL OF OCEANOGRAPHY, 72(6), 867-881, DEC 2016
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  207. Photodegradation of Perfluorooctanoic Acid using Iron in Combination with Chelating Agents, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 43(4), 252-257, JUL 2017
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  210. Spatial distribution of hydrogen sulfide and sulfur species in coastal marine sediments Hiroshima Bay, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 133, 891-899, AUG 2018
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  218. Making the liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene safer, ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 232, 563-563, 2006
  219. Heavy metals removal from automobile shredder residues (ASR), JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 137(3), 1618-1623, 2006
  220. Improvement of sedimentation by the coagulation using poly-silicate iron for the removal of Cryptosporidium oocyst, SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 41(15), 3387-3396, 2006
  221. Making the liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of PCE over Pd/C safer, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 89(2), 369-376, 2006
  222. Organic carbon leachability from bottom ash samples by conventional and ultrasound methods, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 39(4), 481-487, 2006
  223. Kinetics of deactivation of Pd/C catalyst repeatedly used in the liquid-phase hydrodechlorination of PCE, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 90(1), 127-136, 2007
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  226. Enhancement of biodegradation of oil adsorbed on fine soils in a bioslurry reactor, CHEMOSPHERE, 68(2), 281-286, 2007
  227. Separation of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from automobile shredder residue (ASR) by froth flotation with ozonation, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 147(3), 1051-1055, 2007
  228. Separation of polyvinyl chloride from plastic mixture by froth flotation after surface modification with ozone, OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, 29(5), 373-377, 2007
  229. Selective recovery of PVC-free polymers from ASR polymers by ozonation and froth flotation, RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING, 52(6), 941-946, 2008
  230. Experimental and mathematical evaluation of trichloroethylene removal from saturated soil using acetic acid with saturated ozone, SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY, 60(3), 299-307, 2008
  231. Ozonation of trichloroethylene in acetic acid solution with soluble and solid humic acid, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 160(2-3), 662-667, 2008
  232. Benthic ecosystem development in an artificial tidal flat constructed from dredged spoil, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 56(12), 2059-2066, 2008
  233. HYDROPHILIZATION OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE SURFACE BY OZONATION, SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS, 15(6), 711-715, 2008
  234. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, 2009
  235. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, 2010
  236. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, 2010
  237. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  238. Surface ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 12(4), 326-331, 2010
  239. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, 2011
  240. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  241. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, 2013
  242. Photochemical decomposition of perfluorooctanoic acid mediated by iron in strongly acidic conditions, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 268, 150-155, 2014
  243. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, 2014
  244. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, 2014
  245. Chlorophyll and suspended sediment mapping to the Caribbean Sea from rivers in the capital city of the Dominican Republic using ALOS AVNIR-2 data, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 186(7), 4181-4193, 2014
  246. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, 2014
  247. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, 2014
  248. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, 2014
  249. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  250. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, 2015
  251. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, 2015
  252. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, 2015
  253. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 2015
  254. Effect of coexisting metal ions on the degradation of polyamide reverse osmosis membrane by hypochlorite treatment, DESALINATION, 381, 126-134, 2016
  255. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, 2016
  256. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, 2016
  257. Rapid novel test for the determination of biofouling potential on reverse osmosis membranes, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 73(12), 2978-2985, 2016
  258. Making the liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of tetrachloroethylene safer, ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 232, 563-563, 2006
  259. Heavy metals removal from automobile shredder residues (ASR), JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 137(3), 1618-1623, 2006
  260. Improvement of sedimentation by the coagulation using poly-silicate iron for the removal of Cryptosporidium oocyst, SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 41(15), 3387-3396, 2006
  261. Making the liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of PCE over Pd/C safer, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 89(2), 369-376, 2006
  262. Organic carbon leachability from bottom ash samples by conventional and ultrasound methods, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 39(4), 481-487, 2006
  263. Kinetics of deactivation of Pd/C catalyst repeatedly used in the liquid-phase hydrodechlorination of PCE, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 90(1), 127-136, 2007
  264. Deactivation and reactivation of Pd/C catalyst used in repeated batch hydrodechlorination of PCE, APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL, 71(1-2), 64-69, 2007
  265. Calcium accumulation onto GAC used for landfill leachate treatment and its effects on 2,4-DCP adsorption, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 40(3), 275-279, 2007
  266. Enhancement of biodegradation of oil adsorbed on fine soils in a bioslurry reactor, CHEMOSPHERE, 68(2), 281-286, 2007
  267. Separation of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from automobile shredder residue (ASR) by froth flotation with ozonation, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 147(3), 1051-1055, 2007
  268. Separation of polyvinyl chloride from plastic mixture by froth flotation after surface modification with ozone, OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, 29(5), 373-377, 2007
  269. Selective recovery of PVC-free polymers from ASR polymers by ozonation and froth flotation, RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING, 52(6), 941-946, 2008
  270. Experimental and mathematical evaluation of trichloroethylene removal from saturated soil using acetic acid with saturated ozone, SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY, 60(3), 299-307, 2008
  271. Ozonation of trichloroethylene in acetic acid solution with soluble and solid humic acid, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 160(2-3), 662-667, 2008
  272. Benthic ecosystem development in an artificial tidal flat constructed from dredged spoil, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 56(12), 2059-2066, 2008
  273. HYDROPHILIZATION OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE SURFACE BY OZONATION, SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS, 15(6), 711-715, 2008
  274. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, 2009
  275. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, 2010
  276. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, 2010
  277. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  278. Surface ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 12(4), 326-331, 2010
  279. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, 2011
  280. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  281. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, 2013
  282. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, 2014
  283. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, 2014
  284. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, 2014
  285. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, 2014
  286. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, 2014
  287. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  288. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, 2015
  289. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, 2015
  290. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, 2015
  291. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 2015
  292. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, 2016
  293. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, 2016
  294. Rapid novel test for the determination of biofouling potential on reverse osmosis membranes, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 73(12), 2978-2985, 2016
  295. Making the liquid-phase catalytic hydrodechlorination of PCE over Pd/C safer, REACTION KINETICS AND CATALYSIS LETTERS, 89(2), 369-376, 2006
  296. Organic carbon leachability from bottom ash samples by conventional and ultrasound methods, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 39(4), 481-487, 2006
  297. Selective recovery of PVC-free polymers from ASR polymers by ozonation and froth flotation, RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING, 52(6), 941-946, 2008
  298. Experimental and mathematical evaluation of trichloroethylene removal from saturated soil using acetic acid with saturated ozone, SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY, 60(3), 299-307, 2008
  299. Ozonation of trichloroethylene in acetic acid solution with soluble and solid humic acid, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 160(2-3), 662-667, 2008
  300. Benthic ecosystem development in an artificial tidal flat constructed from dredged spoil, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 56(12), 2059-2066, 2008
  301. HYDROPHILIZATION OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE SURFACE BY OZONATION, SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS, 15(6), 711-715, 2008
  302. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, 2009
  303. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, 2010
  304. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, 2010
  305. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  306. Surface ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 12(4), 326-331, 2010
  307. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, 2011
  308. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  309. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, 2013
  310. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, 2014
  311. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, 2014
  312. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, 2014
  313. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, 2014
  314. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, 2014
  315. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  316. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, 2015
  317. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, 2015
  318. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, 2015
  319. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 2015
  320. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, 2016
  321. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, 2016
  322. Rapid novel test for the determination of biofouling potential on reverse osmosis membranes, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 73(12), 2978-2985, 2016
  323. HYDROPHILIZATION OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE SURFACE BY OZONATION, SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS, 15(6), 711-715, 2008
  324. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, 2009
  325. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, 2010
  326. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, 2010
  327. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  328. Surface ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 12(4), 326-331, 2010
  329. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, 2011
  330. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  331. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, 2013
  332. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, 2014
  333. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, 2014
  334. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, 2014
  335. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, 2014
  336. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, 2014
  337. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  338. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, 2015
  339. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, 2015
  340. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, 2015
  341. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 2015
  342. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, 2016
  343. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, 2016
  344. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, 2009
  345. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, 2010
  346. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, 2010
  347. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  348. Surface ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 12(4), 326-331, 2010
  349. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, 2011
  350. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  351. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, 2013
  352. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, 2014
  353. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, 2014
  354. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, 2014
  355. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, 2014
  356. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, 2014
  357. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  358. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, 2015
  359. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, 2015
  360. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, 2015
  361. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 2015
  362. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, 2016
  363. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, 2016
  364. Evaluation of blast furnace slag as basal media for eelgrass bed, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 166(2-3), 1560-1566, 2009
  365. Feasibility study of the separation of chlorinated films from plastic packaging wastes, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 30(4), 597-601, 2010
  366. Food waste mineralization and accumulation in biological solubilization and composting processes, CHEMOSPHERE, 79(2), 238-241, 2010
  367. Recycling of CCA-Treated Wood as Pulp, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 36(4), 304-309, 2010
  368. Surface ozonation of polyvinyl chloride for its separation from waste plastic mixture by froth floatation, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 12(4), 326-331, 2010
  369. Recovery of polypropylene and polyethylene from packaging plastic wastes without contamination of chlorinated plastic films by the combination process of wet gravity separation and ozonation, WASTE MANAGEMENT, 31(8), 1848-1851, 2011
  370. Determination Method for Maximum Calcium Releasing Potential from Steel Slags, Marine Sands Alternatives in Seawater, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 53(10), 1888-1893, 2013
  371. Impact of flood events on macrobenthic community structure on an intertidal flat developing in the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 74(1), 364-373, 2013
  372. A green procedure using ozone for Cleaning-in-Place in the beverage industry, CHEMOSPHERE, 105, 106-111, 2014
  373. Macrobenthic succession and characteristics of a man-made intertidal sandflat constructed in the diversion channel of the Ohta River Estuary, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 82(1-2), 101-108, 2014
  374. Removal of coagulant aluminum from water treatment residuals by acid, WATER RESEARCH, 60, 75-81, 2014
  375. Growth Inhibition of Microcystis aeruginosa by Allelopathic Compounds Originally Isolated from Myriophyllum spicatum: Temperature and Light Effects and Evidence of Possible Major Mechanisms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 47(6), 488-493, 2014
  376. Chemical behavior of sand alternatives in the marine environment, CHEMOSPHERE, 111, 164-168, 2014
  377. Fractionation of Phosphorus in Steelmaking Slags and Aquatic Particulate Materials Using a Sequential Extraction Technique, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 55(1), 183-189, 2015
  378. Variations in macrobenthic community structures in relation to environmental variables in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 92(1-2), 90-98, 2015
  379. Applicability of steel slag as a substrate in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) beds restoration in coastal Japan, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 81, 418-427, 2015
  380. Evaluation of substrates for constructing beds for the marine macrophyte Zostera marina L., ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 83, 43-48, 2015
  381. Evaluation of steelmaking slag as basal media for coastal primary producers, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 100(1), 240-248, 2015
  382. Effect of changes in the physicochemical properties of sand-alternatives on bacterial community structure in coastal sediments, ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 88, 177-185, 2016
  383. Mechanisms of solidification and subsequent embrittlement of dephosphorization slag used in a subtidal zone as an alternative to sea sand and prevention of solidification by adding dredged soil, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 18(4), 1167-1176, 2016

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Evaluation of excess sludge reduction and bacterial inactivation using ozone ultra-fine bubble (nanobubbles), Kurumi Hashimoto, Tetsuji Okuda, Wataru Nishijima, Kenji Sawai, Naoyuki Sumida, IOA World Congress, 2015, Without Invitation, English, Barcelona
  2. Competition of Zostera marine and Zostera japonica in the eelgrass bed of eastern Yamaguchi in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, Kenji Sugimoto, Yoichi Nakano, Tetsuji Okuda, Satoshi Nakai, Wataru Nishijima, Mitsumasa Okada, ECSA 55, 2015, Without Invitation, English, London
  3. Benthic quality assessment using M-AMBI analysis in Seto Inland Sea, Japan, Akira Umehara, Satoshi Nakai, Tetsuji Okuda, Wataru Nishijima, ECSA 55, 2015, Without Invitation, English, London
  4. Relationship between soil characteristics and microbial community structure in tidal flats of Aki Nada, Takatoshi FUJII, Yoshihiro AKIYAMA, Yoichi NAKANO, Kaoru AOKI, Yusuke DATE, Ryoma MIYAKAWA, Hitomi YANO, Eiichi HINO, Yuzo FUJII, Tetsuji OKUDA, Wataru Nishijima, Water and Environment Technology Conference 2015, 2015, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo
  5. Control of a biofilm on reverse osmosis membrane by hypochlorite washing, Masaki OHNO, Cervinia MANALO, Tetsuji OKUDA, Satoshi NAKAI, Wataru Nishijima, Water and Environment Technology Conference 2015, 2015, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo
  6. Effect of biofilm on suspended solid accumulation on reverse osmosis membranes, Cervinia MANALO, Hiroki NAKAWATASE, Masaki OHNO, Tetsuji OKUDA, Satoshi NAKAI, Wataru Nishijima, Water and Environment Technology Conference 2015, 2015, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo
  7. Estimation of degradation mechanism of polyamide reverse osmosis membrane by hypochlorite treatment with coexisting metal ions, Masaki Ohno, Cervinia Manalo, Laura Rossetto, Tetsuji Okuda, Satoshi Nakai, Wataru Nishijima, The 24th Korea-Japan Symposium on Water Environment 2015, 2015, Without Invitation, Japanese, Seoul
  8. Application of Dredged Materials and Steelmaking Slag as Basal Media to Restore and Create Seagrass Beds: Mesocosm and Core Incubation Experiments, Masahiro Suzumura, Ayumi Tsukasaki, Nobuo Tsurushima, Tetsuya Nakazato, Yu Huang, Terumi Tanimoto, Wataru Nishijima, Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2016, Without Invitation, English, New Orleans
  9. Suspended solid deposition and removal by hypochlorite and nanobubble treatment on reverse osmosis membranes, Cervinia MANALO, Hiroki NAKAWATASE, Masaki OHNO, Tetsuji OKUDA, Satoshi NAKAI, Wataru Nishijima, Water and Environment Technology Conference 2016, 2016, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo
  10. Assecement of the long term variability of sediment environment in Lake Nakaumi by water quality and biological indicators, Takatoshi FUJII, Ryo UMEHARA, Yusuke DATE, Eiichi HINO, Moemi SUZAKI, Kaoru AOKI, Yoichi NAKANO, Yuzo FUJII, Wataru Nishijima, Water and Environment Technology Conference 2016, 2016, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo
  11. Effect of pH on the degradation of polyamide reverse osmosis membrane by hypochlorite treatment, Masaki OHNO, Cervinia MANALO, Tetsuji OKUDA, Satoshi NAKAI, Wataru Nishijima, Water and Environment Technology Conference 2016, 2016, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo
  12. Control of Biofilm Formation and Inorganic Particle Accumulation on Reverse Osmosis Membrane by Hypochlorite Washing, Masaki OHNO, Cervinia MANALO, Tetsuji OKUDA, Satoshi NAKAI, Wataru Nishijima, 18th International Conference on Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants, 2016, Without Invitation, English, Singapore