Masazumi KAYAMA, Ph. D. (Senior Researcher)


Research subjects

Research sites

Saplings of a reforestation

A mine of limestone (Todaka Miming Co.)


Publications (2011/4/18update)

Original Paper

  1. Kayama, M., Satoh, F. and Koike, T. (2011) Photosynthetic rate, needle longevity, and nutrient contents in Picea glehnii growing on strongly acidic volcanic ash soil in northern Japan. Photosynthetica 49 (in press).
  2. Tobita, H., Utsugi, H., Kitao, M., Kayama, M., Uemura, A., Kitaoka, S. and Maruyama, Y. (2010) Variation in photoinhibition among Sasa senanensis, Quercus mongolica, and Acer mono in the understory of a deciduous broad-leaved forest exposed to canopy gaps caused by typhoons. Trees 24: 307-319.
  3. Takagi, K., Kotsuka, C., Fukuzawa, K., Kayama, M., Makoto, K., Watanabe, T., Nomura, M., Fukazawa, T., Takahashi, H., Hojyo, H., Ashiya, D., Naniwa, A., Sugata, S., Kamiura, T., Sugishita, Y., Sakai, R., Ito, K., Kobayashi, M., Maebayashi, M., Mizuno, M., Murayama, T., Kinoshita, K., Fujiwara, D., Hashida, S., Shibata, H., Yoshida, T., Sasa, K., Saigusa, N., Fujinuma, Y. and Akibayashi, Y. (2010) Allometric relationships and carbon and nitrogen contents for three major tree species (Quercus crispula, Betura ermanii, and Abies sachalinensis) in northern Hokkaido, Japan. Eurasian Journal of Forest Research 12: 65-71.
  4. Kayama, M., Makoto, K., Nomura. M., Satoh, F. and Takayoshi Koike (2009) Dynamics of elements in larch seedlings (Larix Kaempferi) regenerated on serpentine soil in northern Japan. Landscape and Ecological Engineering 5: 125-135.
  5. Kitaoka, S., Watanabe, M., Watanabe Y., Kayama, M., Nomura, M. and Sasa, K (2009) Growth of regenerated tree seedlings associated with micro-climatic change in a mature larch plantation after harvesting. Landscape and Ecological Engineering 5: 137-145.
  6. Takagi, K., Fukuzawa, K., Liang, N., Kayama, M., Nomura, M., Hojyo, H., Sugata, S., Shibata, H., Fukazawa, T., Takahashi, Y., Nakaji, T., Oguma, H., Mano, M., Akibayashi, Y., Maruyama, Koike, T., Sasa, K. and Fujinuma, Y. (2009) Change in the CO2 balance under a series of forestry activities in a cool-temperate mixed forest with dense undergrowth. Global Change Biology 15: 1275-1288 .
  7. Kayama, M., Makoto, K., Nomura, M., Sasa, K., and Koike, T. (2009) Growth characteristics of Sakhalin spruce (Picea glehnii) planted on the northern Japanese hillsides exposed to strong winds. Trees 23: 145-157.
  8. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Wang, W., Choi, D.S., and Koike, T. (2007) Needle longevity, photosynthetic rate and nitrogen concentration of eight spruce taxa planted in northern Japan. Tree Physiology 27: 1585-1593.
  9. Kitao, M., Lei, T.T., Koike, T., Kayama, M., Tobita, H., and Maruyama, Y. (2007) Interaction of drought and elevated CO2 on photosynthetic down-regulation and susceptibility to photoinhibition in Japanese white birch (Betula platyphylla var. japonica) seedlings grown under limited N availability. Tree Physiology 27: 727-735.
  10. Kayama, M., Choi, D.S., Sasa, K., Satoh, F., Nomura, M., and Koike, T. (2007) A trial for reforestation after forest fires with Sakhalin spruce in the northern most Japan. Eurasian Journal of Forest Research 10: 31-39.
  11. Kayama, M., Choi, D.S., Tobita, H., Utsugi, H., Kitao, M., Maruyama, Y., Nomura, M. and Koike, T. (2006) Comparison of growth characteristics and tolerance to serpentine soil of three ectomycorrhizal spruce seedlings in northern Japan. Trees 20: 430-440.
  12. Choi D.S., Lee C.H., Kayama M., Jin H.O and Kim Y.C. (2006) Growth of Korean pine seedlings planted in granite-forest soil treated with H2SO2, HNO3 and HCl solution. Phyton 45 (in press)
  13. Choi. D.S., Kayama, M., Chung, D.J., Jin, H.O., Quoreshi, A.M., Maruyama, Y. and Koike, T. (2006) Mycorrhizal activities in Pinus densiflora, P. koraiensis and Larix kaempferi raised under high CO2 in relation to water use efficiency. Phyton 45 (in press).
  14. Kayama, M. (2006) Study on the adaptation capacity of spruce species grown on serpentine soil and its application for forest rehabilitation. Bull. Hokkaido Univ. For. 63 (in press; in Japanese and English summary).
  15. Choi, D.S., Kayama, M., Jin, H.O., Lee, C.H., Izuta, T., and Koike, T. (2006) Growth and physiological response of two pine species planted in polluted industrial region in Korea. Environmental Pollution 139: 421-432.
  16. Kayama, M, Quoreshi, A.M., Kitahashi, Y., Sakamoto, Y., Maruyama, Y., Kitao, M., and Koike, T. (2005) The damage of deicing salt on two spruce trees species planted along roadsides in northern Japan. Journal of Agricultural Meteorology 61: 1113-1115.
  17. Takagi, K., Nomura, M., Fukuzawa, K., Kayama, M., Shibata, H., Sasa, K., Koike, T., Akibayashi, Y., Fujinuma, Y., Inukai, K., and Maebayashi, M. (2005) Deforestation effects on the micrometeorology in a cool-temperature forest in northernmost Japan. Journal of Agricultural Meteorology 61: 1025-1028.
  18. Kayama, M., Quoreshi, A.M., Uemura, S., and Koike, T. (2005) Differences in growth characteristics and dynamics of elements absorbed in seedlings of three spruce species raised on serpentine soil in northern Japan. Annals of Botany 95: 661-672.
  19. Choi, D.S., Jin, H.O., Lee, C.H., Kim Y.C., and Kayama, M. (2005) Effect of soil acidification on the growth of Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) seedlings in granite-derived forest soil. Environmental Sciences 12: 33-47.
  20. Qu, L., Kayama, M., Akasaka, M., Kitaoka, S., Sasa, K., and Koike, T. (2004) Micro-environmental analysis of the natural regeneration of larch forests in northern Japan. Eurasian Journal of Forest Research 7: 43-51.
  21. Kayama, M, Quoreshi, A.M., Kitaoka, S., Kitahashi, Y., Sakamoto, Y., Maruyama, Y., Kitao, M., and Koike, T. (2003) Effects of deicing salt on the vitality and health of two spruce species, Picea abies. Karst., and P. glehnii Masters planted along roadsides in northern Japan. Environmental Pollution 124: 127-137.
  22. Koike, T., Kayama, M., and Kitao, M. (2002) Growth and development of roots of trees species native to cool temperature forests under changing environment. Root research 11: 161-169 (in Japanese).
  23. Kayama, M., Sasa, K., and Koike, T. (2002) Needle life-span, photosynthetic rate, and nutrient concentration of Picea glehnii, P. jezoensis and P. abies planted on serpentine soil distributed in northern Japan. Tree Physiology 22: 707-716.
  24. Yazaki, K., Funada, R., Mori, S., Maruyama, Y., Abaimov, A.P., Kayama, M., and Koike, T. (2001) Growth and annual ring structure of Larix sibirica grown at different CO2 concentration and nutrient supply. Tree Physiology 21: 1223-1229.
  25. Kayama, M. (2001) Comparison of the aluminum tolerance of Miscanthus sinensis Anderss. and M. sacchariflorus Bentham in hydroculture method. International Journal of Plant Science 162: 1025-1031.
  26. Wang, W., Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Osaki, M. and Koike, T. (2001) Photosynthetic characteristics of Sasa senanensis grown under low nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus nutrient conditions. Bamboo Journal 18: 22-36.
  27. Kayama, M., Nomura, M., Sugishita, Y., Satoh, F., Sasa, K. and Koike, T. (2000) Growth and survival of Sasa (Sasa senanensis) community grown under cold and strong windy environment in northern Japan. Bamboo Journal 17:20-26.
  28. Kayama, M., Nomura, M., Satoh, F., and Koizumi, T. (2000) Vegetation characteristics of the solfatara environment at "Katayama-jigoku", in the northern part of Japan. Bull. Hokkaido Univ. For. 57: 71-94 (in Japanese and English summary).

Books

  1. Kayama, M. (2009) 2.3.b Regeneration from harsh field. The encyclopedia of forest. Asakura Publishing Co., Tokyo, pp.53-54 (in Japanese).
  2. Kayama, M. (2005) Investigating vitality of trees lining a street. In Nakamura, H. and Koike, T. eds. Sciences of forest ecosystem. Asakura Shoten, Tokyo, pp.27 (in Japanese).
  3. Kayama, M. (2004) 11.3 Soil and nutrients. In Koike, T. ed. Tree physiological ecology. Asakura Shoten, Tokyo, pp. 234-243 (in Japanese).

Publication in organ

  1. Kayama, M., Watanabe, M. and Wang, W. (2010) A report of the lecture in Northeast Forestry University, Harbin, China. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 62: 148-151 (in Japanese).
  2. Kayama, M., Maeda, Y. and Tanaka, H. (2008) A project of reforestation on the site of large scale clear-cutting. Forest and Forestry in Kyushu 86:1-3 (in Japanese).
  3. Kayama, M., Choi, D., Jin, H., Lee, C., and Koike, T. (2004) The decline and growth characteristics of two pine species planted in Ansan industrial complex, Korea, Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 56: 269--272 (in Japanese).
  4. Kayama, M. (2004) Regeneration characteristics of Picea glehnii --ecophysiological characteristics--. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 56: 257-260 (in Japanese).
  5. Takagi, K., Nomura, M., Shibata, H., Sasa, K., Akibayashi, Y., Satoh, F., Koike, T., Fukuzawa, K., Kayama, M., Fujinuma, Y., and Maebayashi, M. (2004) Deforestation effects on the micrometeorology and carbon and water cycling in a Conifer-Hardwood mixed forest in northern Japan. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 56: 197-200 (in Japanese).
  6. Kayama, M., and Koike, T. (2004) Elucidation of causes of tree decline along the Do-ohjidoshado and advancement of management technology for improvement of healthiness. Road and Nature 124: 30-33 (in Japanese).
  7. Kayama, M., and Koike, T. (2003) Establishment techniques by introduction of mycorrhiza and estimation of CO2 fixation for plant trees along the Do-ohjidoshado. Road and Nature 116: 28-32 (in Japanese).
  8. Kayama, M., Koike, T., Maruyama, Y., and Sakamoto, Y. (2003) Phenomenon of decline symptom of trees planted along the Do-ohjidoshado highway and introduction of ectomycorrhiza. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 55: 56-59 (in Japanese).
  9. Kayama, M., Sugishita, Y., Sugata, S., Houjyo, H., Nomura, M., Akibayashi, Y., Sasa, K., and Koike, T. (2003) Reforestation of serpentine harsh field using Picea glehnii -- A case analysis of Nakanomine region, Teshio Experimental Forest, Nothern part of Hokkaido Island, Japan. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 55: 4-7 (in Japanese).
  10. Koike, T., Kitao, M., Qu, L., and Kayama, M. (2002) Forest environmental restoration and rhizospheric activity of cool temperature forests. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 55: 60-63 (in Japanese).
  11. Kayama, M., Akibayashi, Y., Quoreshi, A.M., and Koike, T. (2001) The role of mycorrhiza for growth of three kinds of spruce in northern Japan. Northern Forestry (Hoppo ringyo) 53:197-200 (in Japanese).
  12. Kayama, M., Sugishita, Y., Sugata, S., and Akibayashi, Y. (2000) Reforestation of inferior soil region --A case study of Nakanomine region, Teshio Experimental Forest. Technical report for boreal forest conservation of the Hokkaido University Forests 18: 5-10 (in Japanese).

Proceedings

  1. Kayama, M., Yamanaka, T. and Aoki, N.: Inoculative effects of ectomycorrhizae on the growth of two Quercus seedlings planted on calcareous soil. Kyushu Journal of Forest Research 64 (in press, in Japanese).
  2. Kayama, M., Maeda, Y. and Tanaka, H. (2009) Physiological characteristics of the saplings planted on the site of large scale clear-cutting. Kyushu Journal of Forest Research 62:94-97. (in Japanese).
  3. Kayama, M., Maeda, Y., Araki, M., Kajimoto, T., and Tanaka, H. (2008) Growth characteristics of five species of seedlings planted for a project of reforestation. Abstracts of 6th Workshop of "uneven-aged silviculture" IUFRO group in Shizuoka 6: 102.
  4. Kayama, M., Maeda, Y., Iwafune, M., Araki, M., Ohtani, T., Kajimoto, T. and Tanouchi, H. (2008) Growth of the seedlings planted on the site of large scale clear-cutting. Kyushu Journal of Forest Research 61: 79-82.
  5. Kayama, M., Etoh, K., and Kajimoto, T.: Photosynthetic characteristics of evergreen oak planted on the same plantation. Kyushu Journal of Forest Research 60: 75-78.
  6. Kayama, M., Tobita, H., Utsugi, H., Kitao, M., Maruyama, Y., and Koike, T. (2006) Photosynthetic characteristics of three dwarf bamboo species planted on the same place. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 54 (in press; in Japanese).
  7. Kayama, M., Sasa, K., Kitao, M., Tobita, H., Maruyama, Y, and Koike, T. (2005) Growth characteristics of seedlings of three spruce species raised on serpentine soil in northern Japan. Proceedings of IX INTECOL 2005 (CD-ROM).
  8. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Wang, W., Choi, D., Ji, Donghum, Sugata, S., Hojyo, H., Naniwa, A., Takagi, K., Nomura, M., Sasa, K. and Koike, T. (2005) Growth characteristics and seasonal change of photosynthetic capacity in canopy of hybrid larch (Larix gmelinii x L. kaempfreri). Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 53: 49-51 (in Japanese).
  9. Kayama, M, Quoreshi, A.M., Kitaoka, S., Kitahashi, Y., Sakamoto, Y., Maruyama, Y., Kitao, M., and Koike, T. (2004) Effects of salt spray using for deicing salt on the vitality and health of two spruce species planted along roadsited in northern Japan. Abstracts of the 6th International Symposium on the Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change, pp. 191.
  10. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Wang, W., Choi, D., Sugata, S., Hojyo, H., Naniwa, A., Takagi, K., Nomura, M., Sasa, K., and Koike, T. (2004) Seasonal change of photosynthetic capacity in canopy of hybrid larch (Larix gmelinii ~ L. kaempfrerii). Abstracts of Larix 2004, pp. 76.
  11. Kayama, M., Qu, L., Kitahashi, Y., Eguchi, N., Akasaka, M., and Koike, T. (2004) Photosynthetic characteristics of seedlings of Japanese larch regenerated on Mt. Komagatake in Hokkaido. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 52: 60-62 (in Japanese).
  12. Choi, D., Kayama, M., Jin, H., Lee, C., and Koike, T. (2003) Growth and physiological responses of two pine species grown under polluted Ansan industrial region in Korea. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 51: 58-60 (in Japanese).
  13. Noguchi, M., Kayama, M., Yoshida, T., and Koike, T. (2003) Physiological traits of seedling if Sakhalin fir grown on the selective cutting forest. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 51: 36-38 (in Japanese).
  14. Kayama, M., Sugata, S., Houjou, H., Sugishita, Y., Akibayashi, Y., Satoh, F., Sasa, K., and Koike, T. (2002). Physiological traits of three spruce seedlings planted on serpentine soil. Journal of plant research 115 Supplement: 60-61.
  15. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Okuyama, S., Matsuda, K., and Koike, T. (2002) Needle longevity and turnover of five spruce species planted in northern Japan. Proceedings of the VIII INTECOL, pp. 116.
  16. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Kitahashi, Y., Maruyama, Y., Kitao, M., Quoreshi, A.M., and Koike, T. (2002) Declining symptom of two spruce species planted along the highway. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 50: 87-89 (in Japanese).
  17. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Okuyama, S., Matsuda, K., and Koike, T. (2002) Physiological traits of four spruce species planted on same plantation. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco. 50: 23-25 (in Japanese).
  18. Kayama, M., Quoreshi, A.M., Uemura, S. and Koike, T. (2001) Difference in fine root development of three spruce seedlings raised on serpentine soils in northern Japan. Proceedings of The 6th Symposium of the International Society of Root Research, pp. 474-475.
  19. Ooishi, M., Kayama, M., Quoreshi, A.M., Kitao, M., Maruyama, Y., Matsuura, Y. and Koike, T. (2000) Nutrient dynamics and mycorhiza formation of two spruce species grown under immature volcanic ash soil in northern Japan. Abstract book of Acid Rain 2000, pp. 198.
  20. Kayama, M., Satoh, F., Sasa, K., Matsuda, K., and Koike, T. (2000) Seasonal change in the needle photosynthetic capacity and concentration of element in Picea glehnii distributed on acidic soil. Abstract book of Acid Rain 2000, pp. 198.
  21. Wang, W., Kitaoka, S., Koike, T., Quoreshi, A.M., Takagi, K., Kayama, M., Ishida, N., Mamiya, H., Shi, F., Zu, Y., and Sasa, K. (2001). Respiration of non-photosynthetic organs and forest soil of Japanese larch plantation and its contribution to CO2 flux estimation. Proceeding of Asia Flux Net 1: 119-123.
  22. Kitaoka, S., Koike, T., Quoreshi, A.M., Takagi, K., Wang, W., Shi, F., Kayama, M., Ishida, N., Mamiya, H., and Sasa, K. (2001). Seasonal change in the photosynthetic capacity of Japanese larch trees planted on the Tomakomai National Forest, northern Japan. Proceeding of Asia Flux Net 1: 109-112.
  23. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Koike, T., Quoreshi, A.M., Takagi, K., Satoh, F., Wang, W., Shi, F., Sugata, S., Hojyo, H., Sugishita, Y., Nomura, M., Akibayashi, Y., and Sasa, K. (2001) Photosynthetic capacity of hybrid larch and dwarf bamboo grown in the Teshio Experimental Forest located near the border between Russia and Japan. Proceeding of Asia Flux Net 1: 105-108.
  24. Ooishi, M., Kayama, M., Quoreshi, A.M., Kitao, M., Maruyama, Y., Matsuura, Y. and Koike, T. (2001) Nutrient dynamics and mycorhiza formation of two spruce species grown under immature volcanic ash soil in northern Japan. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco.49: 33-35 (in Japanese).
  25. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Kitao, M., Maruyama, Y., Tobita, H., and Koike, T. (2001). The estimation of stress of typical trees planted serpentine and acidic soil by measuring fluorescence. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco.49: 30-32 (in Japanese).
  26. Kayama, M., Kitaoka, S., Akibayashi, Y., Houjou, H., Sugishita, Y., Satoh, F., Matsuda, K., Sasa, K. and Koike, T. (2000) Seasonal change in the needle photosynthetic capacity and concentration of element in spruce planted on serpentine soil. Abstracts of IAVS 43rd, pp. 88.
  27. Kayama, M. Kitaoka,S., Akibayashi,Y., Nakajima,J., Hojyo,H., Sugishita,Y., Sasa,K., Matsuda,K. and Koike,T. (2000). Analysis of forest rehabilitation after forest fires using Sakhalin spruce. Trans. Hokkaido Br., Jpn. For. Sco.48: 72-74 (in Japanese).


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