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Name WADA, Eitaro Wada, Eitaro
Section Section II, Fourth Subsection
Date of Election 2014/12/12
Speciality Isotope Ecology, Isotope Biogeochemistry
Selected Bibliography
  • Scientific Articles
    1. Miyake, Y. and Wada, E. (1967) The abundance ratio of 15N/14N in marine environments. Records of Oceanographic Works in Japan 9(1): 37-53.
    2. Wada, E. and Hattori, A. (1978) Nitrogen isotope effects in the assimilation of inorganic nitrogenous compounds by marine diatoms. Geomicrobiology Journal 1(1): 85-101.
    3. Wada, E., Shibata, R., and Torii, T. (1981) 15N abundance in Antarctica: origin of soil nitrogen and ecological implications. Nature 292: 327-329.
    4. Minagawa, M. and Wada, E. (1984) Stepwise enrichment of 15N along food chains: further evidence and the relation between δ15N and animal age. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 48(5): 1135-1140.
    5. Wada, E., Terazaki, M., Kabaya, Y., and Nemoto, T. (1986) 15N and 13C abundances in the Antarctic Ocean with emphasis on the biogeochemical structure of the food web. Deep-Sea Research 34: 829-841.
    6. Yoshii, K., Melnik, N. G., Timoshkin, O. A., Bondarenko, N. A., Anoshko, P. N., Yoshioka, T., and Wada, E. (1999) Stable isotope analyses of the pelagic food web in Lake Baikal. Limnology and Oceanography 44(3): 502-511.
    7. Kohzu, A., Yoshioka, T., Ando, T., Takahashi, M., Koba, K., and Wada, E. (1999) Natural 13C and 15N abundance of field-collected fungi and their ecological implications. New Phytol., 144: 323-330.
    8. Aita, M.N., Tadokoro, K., Ogawa, N.O., Hyodo, F., Ishii, R., Smith, S.L., Kishi, M.J., Saino, T., Saitoh, S. and Wada, E (2010) Linear relationship between carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios along simple food chains in marine environment. J. Plankton Res., 33(11): 1629-1642.
    9. Wada, E., R. Ishii, M.N.Aita, N.O.Ogawa., A. Kohzu, F. Hyodoand Y. Yamada(2013) Possible ideas on carbon and nitrogen trophic fractionation of food chains in lakes Baikal, Biwa, and the Mongolian grasslands: A new aspect of food-chain stable isotope analysis. Ecol. Res., 28: 173-181. DOI 10.1007/s11284-012-1024-7.
    10. Ohkouchi, N., Ogawa, N.O., Chikaraishi, Y., Tanaka, H., and Wada, E., Biochemical and physiological bases for the use of carbon and nitrogen isotopes in environmentaland ecologicalstu dies Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (2015) 2: 1. DOI 10.1186/s40645-015-0032-y.
  • Books (including co-authorships)
    1. Wada, E. and Hattori, A. (1991) Nitrogen in the sea: forms, abundances & rate processes. CRC Press, Florida, U.S.A. 208pp.
    2. 和田英太郎(2002)環境学入門3「地球生態学」. 岩波書店.
    3. 和田英太郎、神松 編(2010)安定同位体というメガネ 地球研叢書 昭和堂. 171pp.

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