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The WET Excellent Paper Award

The WET Excellent Paper Award


Awardee at WET2015 (win the award at WET2016)


Chlorine Dose Determines Bacterial Community Structure of Subsequent Regrowth in Reclaimed Water

Shwetha ACHARYA, Futoshi KURISU, Ikuro KASUGA, Hiroaki FURUMAI (The University of Tokyo)
Dissolution Tests and Microbial Community Analysis Using the Bottom Sediment Before and After a Heavy Storm
Ikuo TSUSHIMA, Yoshiyuki SHIBAYAMA, Koya KOMORI, Seiichiro OKAMOTO
(Public Works Research Institute)

Awardee at WET2014(as WET Excellent Research Award)


Mechanistic consideration of fluoride removal using aluminum sulfate

Shinya HAMAMOTO, Naoyuki KISHIMOTO (Ryukoku University ),
Masaya UEKI (Shimadzu System Solutions Co., Ltd)
Assessment of Phosphorus Buffering Capacity of Drainage Canal Sediments in Paddy-Field Districts
Takehide HAMA (Kumamoto University),
Daichi IWASAKI (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries ),
Chinami JIKUMARU, Yasunori KAWAGOSHI (Kumamoto University),
Tomohisa NAGAI (Kyoto University)
High-rate Moving-bed anaerobic digestion for the Waste Activated Sludge Treatment

NGO Van Anh, VUONG Thi Huyen (The University of Kitakyushu ),
LE Van Chieu (Vietnam National University, Vietnam),
Rajeev GOEL (Hydromantis Environmental Software Solutions Inc. , Canada)
Mitsuharu TERASHIMA, Hidenari YASUI (The University of Kitakyushu )
Inactivation of viruses by combination processes of UV and chlorine

Surapong RATTANAKUL, Kumiko OGUMA, Hiroshi SAKAI, Satoshi TAKIZAWA
(The University of Tokyo)
Detection of the Japanese PRTR chemicals in a river affected by effluent from industrial and sewage facilities

Saori MIHO, Takashi KAMEYA, Takeshi KOBAYASHI, Koichi FUJIE (Yokohama National University)
Does a decrease in chlorophyll-a concentration in Lake Biwa mean a decrease in primary productivity by phytoplankton?
Naoyuki KISHIMOTO, Chihiro YAMAMOTO (Ryukoku University),
Kei SUZUKI (College of Analytical Chemistry),
Satoshi ICHISE (Lake Biwa Environmental Research Institute)
Sediment-associated radiocesium from Ohori river to Lake Teganuma impacted by Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Yukio KOIBUCHI, Michio MURAKAMI (The University of Tokyo),
Keisuke SUEKI, Yuichi ONDA (University of Tsukuba )
Simultaneous removal of ammonium and nitrate by combination o ANAMMOX and hydrogenotrophic denitrification

Tatsuru KAMEI, Dai NAITOU (University of Yamanashi),
Willawan KHANITHAIDECHA (Naresuan University, Thailand),
Futaba KAZAMA (University of Yamanashi)

●Awardee at WET2013


Hybrid process (adsorption and hydrocyclone) for the treatment of humic acid presence in liquid phase
Lucksiga KONGVICHEN, Supabut DAMRONGKIJKARN, Nattareeya SUWANSINPAN, Supanid LERTLAPWASIN, Chaiyaporn PUPRASERT ans Pisut PAINMANAKUL. (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.)
Effect of Concentration and Size of Inorganic Suspended Sediment on Nitrogen Dynamics in Freshwater
Quynh Nga LE, Chihiro YOSHIMURA, Manabu FUJII (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Characteristics of Decomposition of Nitrogen and Carbon in the Sediments in Agricultural Drainage Canals
Tomohisa NAGAI*, Takehide HAMA**, Sho SUGIYAMA***, Daichi IWASAKI*, Fuminori IGARASHI**** (*Kyoto University, **Kumamoto University, ***Kubota Corporation, ****Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
A Survey of the Water Use and Countermeasures for the Emergency Water Supply at Care Facilities for Elderly in Tokyo
Masaki SAGEHASHI, Michihiro AKIBA ( National Institute of Public Health)
A screening study of mutagen formation potential (MFP) of pesticide transformation products in water environments (PTPWs) to investigate the MFP changes from their parent pesticides through transformations.
Hirokazu TAKANASHI*, Tomohiro HAMA*, Tsunenori NAKAJIMA*, Akira OHKI*, Takashi KONDO**, Takashi KAMEYA** and Taku MATSUSHITA*** (*Kagoshima University, **Yokohama National University, ***Hokkaido University)
Comparison of conventional alga growth inhibition test and a new rapid algal bioassay using delayed fluorescence on whole effluent toxicity test.
Ayano TAKEUCHI*, Masakazu KATSUMATA*, Takashi KOIKE*, Takashi KUSUI** Yuri TAKATA**, Yasuyuki ITATSU** (*Hamamatsu Photonics K. K., ** Toyama Prefectural University )
Applicability of a sequencing batch membrane biofilm reactor for simultaneous nitrogen and phosphorus removal from low C/N ratio wastewater
Akihiko TERADA*, Jumpei ITO**, Shinya MATSUMOTO**, Satoshi TSUNEDA** (*Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, ** Waseda University)
Nitrous Oxide Emitted from Wastewater Treatment Processes and River Water

Ikuo TSUSHIMA*, Tomokazu KITAMURA*, Atsuko MICHINAKA**, Hiromasa YAMASHITA**, Seiichiro OKAMOTO* (*Public Works Research Institute **National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management)
Disinfection using pressurized carbon dioxide microbubbles to inactivate Escherichia coli, bacteriophage MS2 and T4
Huy Thanh VO, Tsuyoshi IMAI, Masahiko SEKINE, Hide YAMAMOTO, Ariyo KANNO, Takaya HIGUCHI, Koichi YAMAMOTO and Tuan Van LE (Yamaguchi University)

●Awardee at WET2012


Assessment of the effect of cyclic irrigation on reducing nitrogen effluent loading from a paddy-field district
Takehide HAMA*, Katsuyuki OSUGA**, Sho SUGIYAMA* ,Daichi IWASAKI* ,Takeru AOKI *** (*Kyoto University, **Shiga Prefectural Government, ***Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd)
Distribution and diffusion behaviors of perfluorinated compounds with low pressure reverse osmosis membranes
Xiaming CHEN, Hiroaki OZAKI, Rabindra Raj GIRI, Shogo TANIGUCHI, Ryohei TAKANAMI ( Osaka Sangyo University)
Isolation and Characterization of Tetrahydrofuran-Degrading Bacteria for 1,4-Dioxane-Containing Wastewater Treatment by Co-metabolic Degradation
Kazunari SEI*, Masao OYAMA**, Takashi KAKINOKI**, Daisuke INOUE*, Michihiko IKE** (* Kitasato University, ** Osaka University)
Effect of endogenous carbon source on biological denitrification rate

Yuichiro MIKAMI*, Tadashi NITTAMI*, Futoshi KURISU** (* Yokohama National University, ** The University of Tokyo)
Soil faunal diversity and possible role on wastewater treatment in the beds of a full-scale vertical flow constructed wetland
Kazunori NAKAMURA*, Kazunori NAKANO**, Tokuo YANO*, Yoshihisa SUYAMA*, Osamu NISHIMURA* (* Tohoku University, ** Nihon University)
Preliminary Assessment of Thermal treatments of Chlorpyrifos and 3,5,6-Trichloro -2-pyridonol (a potential precursor of the pyridine analogue of 2,3,7,8-TCDD) using the early developmental stage embry
Katsumasa HANNO*, Shoji ODA**, Takeshi NAKANO***, Hiroshi MITANI** (*Chiba Prefectural Environmental Reserch Center, **The University of Tokyo, ***Osaka University)
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