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  1. Air pollution monitoring and tree and forest decline in East Asia: A review
  2. Effects of radiocesium fixation potentials on 137Cs retention in volcanic soil profiles of Fukushima forests
  3. Atypical Pattern of Soil Carbon Stocks along the Slope Position in a Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest in Thailand
  4. Response of river water chemistry to changing atmospheric environment and sulfur dynamics in a forested catchment in central Japan
  5. Sulfur accumulation rates in volcanic soils of eastern Japan over the last millennium based on tephrochronology
  6. Evolution of a key trait greatly affects underground community assembly process through habitat adaptation in earthworms
  7. Special issue: Radioactive contamination in forest ecosystems: From Chernobyl to Fukushima
  8. Characteristics of initial deposition and behavior of radiocesium in forest ecosystems of different locations and species affected by the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident
  9. Sulfur accumulation in Melanudands during development by upbuilding pedogenesis since 14–15cal.ka
  10. Vertical migration of radiocesium and clay mineral composition in five forest soils contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear accident
  11. A pedotransfer function for estimating bulk density of forest soil in Japan affected by volcanic ash
  12. Sequential transformation rates of soil organic sulfur fractions in two-step mineralization process
  13. Soil sulfur content and its spatial distribution in a small catchment covered by volcanic soil in the montane zone of central Japan
  14. Forest and Related-Ecosystem Monitoring in Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia
  15. Wood density and carbon and nitrogen concentrations in deadwood ofChamaecyparis obtusaandCryptomeria japonica
  16. Fine-root dynamics in sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) under manipulated soil nitrogen conditions
  17. Carbon Cycling in Teak Plantations in Comparison with Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests in Thailand
  18. Characteristics of culm structure and carbon and nitrogen concentrations in dead bamboo culms of two Phyllostachys species
  19. Topographic variation in heterotrophic and autotrophic soil respiration in a tropical seasonal forest in Thailand
  20. Simple models for soil CO2, CH4, and N2O fluxes calibrated using a Bayesian approach and multi-site data
  21. Fine-root dynamics in a young hinoki cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) stand for 3 years following thinning
  22. Accuracy criteria for measuring carbon and nitrogen concentrations in forest soil and litter samples
  23. Nitrogen-fixing activity in decomposing litter of three tree species at a watershed in eastern Japan
  24. Changes in soil organic carbon and nitrogen in an area of Andisol following afforestation with Japanese cedar and Hinoki cypress
  25. Carbon stock in litter, deadwood and soil in Japan’s forest sector and its comparison with carbon stock in agricultural soils
  26. Soil and stream water acidification in a forested catchment in central Japan
  27. Highly accumulated sulfur constituents and their mineralogical relationships in Andisols from central Japan
  28. Root-tip diameters of woody species in subalpine Abies forest
  29. Methane uptake rates in Japanese forest soils depend on the oxidation ability of topsoil, with a new estimate for global methane uptake in temperate forest
  30. Soil Respiration in Different Ages of Teak Plantations in Thailand
  31. Nitrogen promotes water consumption in seedlings of Cryptomeria japonica but not in Chamaecyparis obtusa
  32. Methane uptake and nitrous oxide emission in Japanese forest soils and their relationship to soil and vegetation types
  33. Methane emissions from stems of Fraxinus mandshurica var. japonica trees in a floodplain forest
  34. Separation of soil respiration into CO2emission sources using13C natural abundance in a deciduous broad-leaved forest in Japan
  35. Options for including land use in a climate agreement post-2012: improving the Kyoto Protocol approach
  36. Estimation of lead sources in a Japanese cedar ecosystem using stable isotope analysis
  37. Root biomass and distribution of a Picea–Abies stand and a Larix–Betula stand in pumiceous Entisols in Japan
  38. Effects of simulated drought stress on the fine roots of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) in a plantation forest on the Kanto Plain, eastern Japan
  39. Biomass and production of fine roots in Japanese forests
  40. Long-term Trends in Surface Water Quality of Five Lakes in Japan
  41. Long-term Trends in Surface Water Quality of Five Lakes in Japan
  42. Determination of seasonal and regional variation in the provenance of dissolved cations in rain in Japan based on Sr and Pb isotopes
  43. Article
  44. Soil nutrient status after bamboo flowering and death in a seasonal tropical forest in western Thailand
  45. Fine root dynamics in a Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) plantation throughout the growing season
  46. Estimating the production and mortality of fine roots in a Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica D. Don) plantation using a minirhizotron technique
  47. Direct estimation of carbon mass of organic layer from dry weight
  48. Estimation of the fine root biomass in a Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) plantation using minirhizotrons
  49. Effect of Soil Conditions on the Distribution and Growth of Trees
  50. Landforms and Soil Characteristics in Ogawa Forest Reserve
  51. Establishment of tree seedlings and water-soluble nutrients in coarse woody debris in an old-growth Picea-Abies forest in Hokkaido, northern Japan
  52. Comparison of the effects of rainfall and snowmelt on the carbon discharge of a small, steep, forested watershed in Hokkaido, northern Japan
  53. Size Distribution and Carbon-to-Nitrogen Ratios of Size-Fractionated Organic Matter in the Forest Floor of Coniferous and Broadleaved Stands
  54. Comparison of nutrient concentrations in organic layers between broad-leaved and coniferous forests