Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameONISHI,Takeo
AffiliationResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionSenior Project Researcher
Arrival day2006.4.1
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth1972
Academic CareerDivision of Environmental Science and Technology,Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, M.Course (1998)
Division of Environmental Science and Technology,Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, D.Course (2004)
Professional CareerResearch Fellow of Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology(CREST) Project, Public Works Research Institute(2006)
Senior Researcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(2009)
Higher DegreesD.Agr.(Kyoto University, 2004)
M.Agr.(Kyoto University, 1998)
Fields of SpecializationHydrology
Academic Society MembershipsJapanese Society of Irrigation Drainage,and Rural Engneering
Japanese Society of Civil Engineering
Japanese Association of Groundwater Hydrology
Japan Geoscience Union
Society for Studies on Entropy
Americal Geophysical Union
International Association of Hydrological Science

 

Books

【Chapters/Sections】

Takeo Onishi 2008 Rich iron from wetlands. Prescription of the Earth – toward deep understanding of environmental problems. Showado, pp.188-191. (in Japanese)

Takeo Onishi 2008 Changjiang River basin. Water problem in the Asian region. Gihodo, pp.13-30. (in Japanese)

【Translations / Joint Translations】

Takeo Onishi, Aya Ryusawa 2009 Air is around you. Fukuinkan, 30pp. (in Japanese)

Papers

【Original Articles】

Nagano Takanori, Takeo Onishi, Tsugihiro Watanabe, Keisuke Hoshikawa, Sevgi Donma, Takashi Kume 2009,01 Long-term changes of water and salinity management in Lower Seyhan Plain, Turkey. . From Headwaters to the Ocean: Hydrological Change and Watershed Management. (reviewed).

Takeo Onishi, Hideaki Shibata, Muneoki Yoh, Seiya Nagao 2009,01 Mechanism for the Production of Dissolved Iron in the Amur River Basin – a modeling study of the Naoli River of the Sanjiang Plain. . From Headwaters to the Ocean: Hydrological Change and Watershed Management. (reviewed).

Seiya Nagao, Shizuka Ito, Motoki Terashima, Muneoki Yoh, Baixing Yan, Bai Zhang, Takeo Onishi 2007,11 Fluorescent Properties of Dissolved Humic Substances in the Sanjiang Plain river waters. Journal of Water and Environmet 30(11):629-635. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Xiaotao Cheng, Du Xiaohe, Junichi Yoshitani, Wang Yicheng, Takeo Onishi 2007,11 The Case Study of Flood Damage Compensation Scheme in China –The Case of Huai River Basin. Kasen(11):54-63. (in Japanese)

Takeo Onishi, Junichi Y., Yicheng Wang., Xiaotao Chen 2005 Lessons Learned on Land Management Policy from the 1998 Changjiang River Flood. Proceedings of the International Conference on Monitoring, Prediction and Mitigation of Water-Related Disasters:685-690.

Takeo Onishi, Haruhiko Horino, Toru Mitsuno 2004 A Case Study on Storage Property of Terraced Paddy Fields. Transactions of the Japanese society of irrigation, drainage and reclamation engineering(230):53-59. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Takeo Onishi, Haruhiko Horino, Kimihito Nakamura, Toru Mitsuno 2003 valuation of Groundwater Properties in Terraced Paddy Fields Using Transient Unsaturated-Saturated Water Flow Analysis. Transactions of the Japanese society of irrigation, drainage and reclamation engineering(227):97-104. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Takeo Onishi, Haruhiko Horino, Toru Mitsuno 2000 Quantitative Evaluation of Hydrological Properties in Terraced Paddy Fields. Proceedings of the ⅩⅣ Memorial CIGR World Congress 2000:1030-1034. (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Poster Presentation】

Takeo Onishi Construction of hydrological model which incorporates dissolved iron production mechanism. Annual Meeting of Japan Geophysical Union, 2007.05.16-2007.05.21, Makuhari, Chiba, Japan. (in Japanese)