Chikae Tatsumi, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Boston University College of Arts and Sciences
Dept of Biology




Chikae is a postdoctoral researcher interested in soil microbial communities and their function of biogeochemical cycling under the effect of human activties, such as urbanization and chemical pollution, and how to improve these damaged functions. Shhe earned a Ph.D. degree from Kyoto University, Japan, where she studied the relationship between dominant mycorrhizal type (ectomycorrhizal vs. arbuscular mycorrhizal) and soil N-cycling in dryland forests.vOther than the research, Chikae likes going to the museum and theaters, hiking and running, and playing video games. Her favorite mushroom is Astraeus hygrometricus (earthstar fungi).

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  1. Tatsumi C, Taniguchi T, Du S, Chen Q, Yamanaka N, Otsuki K, Tateno R. Differences in the short-term responses of soil nitrogen and microbial dynamics to soil moisture variation in two adjacent dryland forests. European Journal of Soil Biology. 2022; 110. View Publication
  2. Tatsumi C, Azuma WA, Ogawa Y, Komada N. Nitrogen Availability and Microbial Communities of Canopy Soils in a Large Cercidiphyllum japonicum Tree of a Cool-Temperate Old Growth Forest. Microb Ecol. 2021 Nov; 82(4):919-931. PMID: 33606088
     
  3. Tatsumi C, Hyodo F, Taniguchi T, Shi W, Koba K, Fukushima K, Du S, Yamanaka N, Templer P, Tateno R. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Community in Roots and Nitrogen Uptake Patterns of Understory Trees Beneath Ectomycorrhizal and Non-ectomycorrhizal Overstory Trees. Front Plant Sci. 2020; 11:583585. PMID: 33519844; PMCID: PMC7840530; DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2020.583585;
     
  4. Tatsumi C, Taniguchi T, Hyodo F, Du S, Yamanaka N, Tateno R. Survival rate, chemical and microbial properties of oak seedlings planted with or without oak forest soils in a black locust forest of a dryland. Forests. 2021; 12(6):669. View Publication
  5. Tatsumi C, Taniguchi T, Yamanaka N, Yamamoto S, Fukai S, Strohmeier S, Haddad M, Oweis T. Micro-catchment water harvesting-based rehabilitation ameliorated soil microbial abundance, diversity and function in a degraded dryland. Applied Soil Ecology. 2021; 164. View Publication
  6. Nakayama M, Imamura S, Tatsumi C, Taniguchi T, Tateno R. Microbial functions and soil nitrogen mineralisation processes in the soil of a cool temperate forest in northern Japan. Biogeochemistry. 2021; 155:359–379. View Publication
  7. Tatsumi C, Taniguchi T, Du S, Yamanaka N, Tateno R. Soil nitrogen cycling is determined by the competition between mycorrhiza and ammonia-oxidizing prokaryotes. Ecology. 2020 03; 101(3):e02963. PMID: 31872432
     
  8. Tatsumi C, Imada S, Taniguchi T, Du S, Yamanaka N, Tateno R. Soil prokaryotic community structure is determined by a plant-induced soil salinity gradient rather than other environmental parameters associated with plant presence in a saline grassland. Journal of Arid Environment. 2020; 176(3). View Publication
  9. Tateno R, Tatsumi C, Nakayama M, Takahashi K, Kerfahi D, Adams J. Temperature effects on the first three years of soil ecosystem development on volcanic ash. Catena. 2019; 172:1-10. View Publication
  10. Tatsumi C, Taniguchi T, Du S, Yamanaka N, Tateno R. The steps in the soil nitrogen transformation process vary along an aridity gradient via changes in the microbial community. Biogeochemistry. 2019; 144:15-29. View Publication
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2021 Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Okayama, Japan: Poster Presentation Award
2018 65th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan, Hokkaido, Japan: English Presentation Award - Excellent Award
2017 64th Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan: Poster Presentation Award - Excellent Award
2016 Arid Land Research Center Joint Research Meeting, Tottori University, Japan: Presentation Award
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