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Details for: Fumio Inagaki


Dr. Fumio Inagaki is a geomicrobiologist whose research focuses on the deep subseafloor biosphere. He is the deputy director of the Research and Development Center for Ocean Drilling Science and the Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research, both at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC).
(2017) The Global Survey of Subseafloor Sedimentary Microbiomes
Hoshino T, Doi H, Wömer L, Morono Y, D'Hondt S, Hinrichs K-U & Inagaki F


(2017) Invited: Temperature Limit of the Deep Biosphere off Muroto (T-Limit)
Heuer VB, Inagaki F, Morono Y, Hinrichs K-U, Kubo Y, Maeda L & Expedition 370 Scientists T

(2017) The Deep Biosphere in Bengal Fan Sediments (IODP Exp. 354)
Adhikari RR, Heuer VB, Elvert M, Hoshino T, Inagaki F, Kallmeyer J, Kitte A, Wörmer L & Hinrichs K-U

(2017) Secondary Methanogenesis in Dormant Submarine Mud Volcano off Tanegashima Island, Japan
Ijiri A, Toki T, Agena K, Hoshino T, Hagino K, Hamada Y, Machiyama H, Ashi J & Inagaki F

(2017) Keynote: Taking the Pulse of the Subseafloor Biosphere, Strategies for Studying Microbial Activity and Slow Growth
Orphan V, Trembath-Reichert E, Chadwick G, McGlynn S, Kopf S, Hatzenpichler R, Skennerton C, Morono Y & Inagaki F




(2016) Identifying 2 Km-Deep Methanogenic Community Members Using a Long-Term Bioreactor Cultivation
Imachi H, Tasumi E, Tu T-H, Ijiri A, Morono Y, Ishii S, Methé B, Takai K & Inagaki F




(2016) Assessing Abundance and Relevance of Bacterial Endospores in the Marine Subsurface
Wörmer L, Hoshino T, Viehweger B, Meador T, Gajendra N, Stern B, Inagaki F & Hinrichs K-U











(2014) Intact Polar Lipids in the Black Sea and its Sediments: Microbial Life Above and Below the Seafloor
Schröder J, Lipp J, Lazar C, Aiello I, Goldhammer T, Heuer V, Elvert M, Zabel M, Morono Y, Inagaki F & Hinrichs K-U







(2013) A Molecular View of the Reductive Dehalogenase-Homologous Gene in Subseafloor Sediments
Kawai M, Futagami T, Toyoda A, Takaki Y, Uchiyama I, Fujiyama A, Itoh T, Inagaki F & Takami H


(2011) Biogeochemical Processes in Mud-Volcano Sediments from the Kumano Forearc Basin, Japan
Ijiri A, Toki T, Yamaguchi Y, Kawagucci S, Hattori S, Morono Y, Tsunogai U, Nakamura K, Takai K, Ashi J & Inagaki F


(2009) Distribution of Metabolically Active Microbial Communities in CO2-rich Marine Sediments
Yanagawa K, Sunamura M, Morono Y, Futagami T, DeBeer D, Urabe T, Boetius A & Inagaki F

(2009) 129I Dating of Hydrocarbons in Gas Hydrate Deposit, off Shimokita Peninsula, Japan
Tomaru H, Fehn U, Lu Z, Takeuchi R, Inagaki F, Imachi H, Kotani R, Matsumoto R & Aoike K

(2009) CO2 Leakage in the Deep Ocean and its Effect on Benthic Fauna
Boetius A, De Beer D, Haeckel M, Mertens C, Inagaki F, Nakamura K & Rehder G






(2003) Subseafloor Microbial Diversity in the Peru Margin (ODP Leg. 201)
Inagaki F, Suzuki M, Nealson K, Horikoshi K, D’Hondt S & Jørgensen B

Session convener

Goldschmidt2017 - Session 15h: Geobiology of the Deep Ocean and Subsurface: Contributions of the Deep Biosphere to Earth Systems
Goldschmidt2016 - Session 14g: Deep Biosphere: Biogeochemical Elemental Cycles, Serpentinization and Evolution of Life in the Earth’s Interior
Goldschmidt2013 - Session 19k: Life Below the Seafloor – How Alive and How Important?
Goldschmidt2009 - Session 16e: Biogeochemistry and Biology of CO2 and pH Extremes
Goldschmidt2008 - Session 19d: Biogeochemistry and Ecology of Life in Marine Sediments

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