SUZUKI Yoshihiro

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Title

Professor

Date of Birth

1965

Research Fields, Keywords

Environment

Mail Address

E-mail address

Laboratory Phone number

+81-985-58-7339

Laboratory Fax number

+81-985-58-7344

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    1989.03

    Hokkaido University   Faculty of Fisheries   Graduated

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    1994.03

    Hokkaido University  Graduate School, Division of Fisheries  Doctor's Course  Completed

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Antibiotic resistance profiling and genotyping of vancomycin-resistant enterococci collected from an urban river basin in the provincial city of Miyazaki, Japan

    Nishiyama M, Ogura Y, Hayashi T, Suzuki Y

    Water   9   2017.01  [Refereed]

    Multiple Authorship

    DOI

  • Distribution of antimicrobial resistant Salmonella in an urban river that flows through the provincial city of Miyazaki, Japan

    Suzuki Y, Ushijima M.

    Water and Environment Journal   30   290 - 297   2016.12  [Refereed]

    Multiple Authorship

    DOI

  • Temporal variability in genetic patterns and antibiotic resistance profiles of enterococci isolated from human faeces

    Nishiyama M, Shimauchi H, Suzuki Y

    Microbes and Environments   31   182 - 185   2016.07  [Refereed]

    Multiple Authorship

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    Temporal variabilities in the genetic patterns and antibiotic resistance profiles of enterococci were monitored over a 7-month period. Enterococcus faecalis isolates (103 strains) collected from feces showed only one genetic pattern and antibiotic resistance profile within 0 d and 30 d. In contrast, after 60 d and 90 d, the genetic patterns and antibiotic resistance profiles of all E. faecalis isolates (8 strains) clearly differed within 30 d. These results indicate that the genetic patterns and antibiotic resistance profiles of E. faecalis in human feces changed to completely dissimilar patterns between 1 and 2 months.

    DOI

  • Concentration of MS2 Phage in River Water by a Combined Ferric Colloid Adsorption and Foam Separation-Based Method, with Ms2 Phage Leaching from Ferric Colloid

    Suzuki Y, Kobayashi T, Nishiyama M, Kono T

    Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering   122   252 - 256   2016.06  [Refereed]

    Multiple Authorship

    DOI

  • TRACING THE SOURCE OF SEDIMENT IN HITOTSUSE DAM RESERVOIR USING MINERAL ANALYSIS

    ARAO Yasuhiro, ITOU Kenichi, OISHI Hiroyuki, MURAKAMI Toshiki, SUZUKI Yoshihiro

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research)   72   12 - 23   2016.04  [Refereed]

    Multiple Authorship

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     Sediments have become a serious problem in the management of the Hitotsuse Dam Reservoir (reservoir capacity: 261,361,500 m3), Miyazaki, Japan. The prevention of sediments in reservoirs remains a challenge, because the catchments can contain many landslip areas and the strata architecture is complex. In this study, we investigate the source of the sediments in the reservoir using mineral analysis. The core sample was collected by a boring machine from a 16 m sediment depth. To assess the nature of the particles, landslide soils accumulated in catchments of the Hitotsuse Dam were sampled and analyzed. Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) were used to determine the component composition and mineral composition of the sediments, respectively. Cluster analyses were performed to evaluate the similarity in the component and mineral compositions of each sample. Component and mineral compositions of core samples indicated high similarities with the landslide soil to three samples out of 60 samples taken at 22 points. The points of three samples locate along the same stratum. It was strongly suggested that the sediments were continuously supplied from the same stratum located in the upper river basin. This method has the potential to determine the substances that release sediments in reservoirs and the location of the substances in the soil. Appropriate countermeasures to reduce the accumulation of sediments can then be taken at those specific locations.

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  • New topics in water resouces research and management

    Suzuki, Y., and Maruyama, T. (Part: Multiple Authorship )

    Nova Science Publihers  2008.02 ISBN: 978-1-60021-9

Academic Awards Received 【 display / non-display

  • Environmental Technology/Project Award, Environmental Engineering Forum

    2012.11.30    

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Conjugative transfer of sntibiotic resistance from vancomycin- resistance Enterococci to Enterococcus genus in water environment

    Nishiyama M, Suzuki Y

    Water Environment Technology Conference 2016  2016.08  -  2016.08  Japan Society on Water Environment

  • Fate of vancomycin-resistant bacteria and corresponding resistance genes in a sewage treatment plant

    Hashimoto R, Furukawa T, Suzuki Y

    Water Environment Technology Conference 2016  2016.08  -  2016.08  Japan Society on Water Environment

  • Qualitative characterization of coastal sand distribution in Miyazaki Coast along Hyuganada by mineralogical Aanalysis

    Itakiyo T, Suzuki Y

    Water Environment Technology Conference 2016  2016.08  -  2016.08  Japan Society on Water Environment

  • Classification of coliform group bacteria in municipal wastewater using matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS).

    Niina K, Iguchi A, Suzuki Y.

    Water Environment Technology Conference, WET2015  2015.08  -  2015.08  Japan Society on Water Environment

  • Relationships between temporal variability of genetic patterns and antibiotic-resistant profiles of fecal indicator bacteria, enterococci isolated from a human feces

    Nishiyama M, Shimauchi H, Suzuki Y.

    Water Environment Technology Conference, WET2015  2015.08  -  2015.08  Japan Society on Water Environment

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