Kenji Marc Raymond MATSUZAKI Assistant Professor
Speciality:Micropaleontology, Paleoceanography, Paleoenvironmental Science

Publication List (peer reviewed papers)


1. Matsuzaki, K.M., Itaki, T., Tada, R. and Kamkikuri, SI., in press, Paleoceanographic history of the Japan Sea over the last 9.5 million years inferred from radiolarian assemblages (IODP Expedition 346 Sites U1425 and U1430). Progress in Earth and Planetary Science.

2. Matsuzaki, K.M., Itaki, T., in press, Late Miocene polycystine radiolarians of the Japan Sea (IODP Exp. 346 Site U1425). Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Japan.

3. Matsuzaki, K. M., and Suzuki, N., 2018, Quaternary radiolarian biostratigraphy in the subarctic northeastern Pacific (IODP Expedition 341 Site U1417) and synchroneity of bioevents across the North Pacific: Journal of Micropalaeontology v. 37, 1-10 (Web of Science citation: 0)

4. Kamikuri, S. I., Itaki, T., Motoyama, I., Matsuzaki, K.M. 2017., Radiolarian biostratigraphy from middle Miocene to late Pleistocene in the Japan Sea: Paleontological Research, v. 21, no. 4, pp. 397|421. (Web of Science citation: 0)

5. Matsuzaki, K. M., and Itaki, T., 2017, New northwest Pacific radiolarian data as a tool to estimate past sea surface and intermediate water temperatures: Paleoceanography, v. 32, no. 3, p. 218-245. (Web of Science citation: 2)

6. Matsuzaki, K. M., and Itaki, T., 2016, The effect of boron (B) on radiolarian skeletons during extraction from mudstone and soft sediment: News of Osaka Micropaleontologists (NOM), v. Special Volume 16, p. 75-78.

7. Matsuzaki, K. M., Itaki, T., and Kimoto, K., 2016, Vertical distribution of polycystine radiolarians in the northern East China Sea: Marine Micropaleontology, v. 125, p. 66-84. (Web of Science citation: 7)

8. Matsuzaki, K. M., Suzuki, N., Nishi, H., Hayashi, H., Gyawali, B. R., Takashima, R., and Ikehara, M., 2015, Early to Middle Pleistocene paleoceanographic history of southern Japan based on radiolarian data from IODP Exp. 314/315 Sites C0001 and C0002: Marine Micropaleontology, v. 118, p. 17-33. (Web of Science citation: 6)

9. Matsuzaki, K. M., Suzuki, N., and Nishi, H., 2015, Middle to Upper Pleistocene Polycystine Radiolarians from Hole 902-C9001C, Northwestern Pacific: Paleontological Research, v. 19, no. s1, p. 1-77. (Web of Science citation: 7)

10. Gulick, S. P., Jaeger, J. M., Mix, A. C., Asahi, H., Bahlburg, H., Belanger, C. L., Berbel, G. B., Childress, L., Cowan, E., Drab, L., Forwick, M., Fukumura, A., Ge, S., Gupta, S., Kioka, A., Konno, S., LeVay, L. J., Marz, C., Matsuzaki, K. M., McClymont, E. L., Moy, C., Muller, J., Nakamura, A., Ojima, T., Ribeiro, F. R., Ridgway, K. D., Romero, O. E., Slagle, A. L., Stoner, J. S., St-Onge, G., Suto, I., Walczak, M. D., Worthington, L. L., Bailey, I., Enkelmann, E., Reece, R., and Swartz, J. M., 2015, Mid-Pleistocene climate transition drives net mass loss from rapidly uplifting St. Elias Mountains, Alaska: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 112, no. 49, p. 15042-15047. (Web of Science: 18)

11. Matsuzaki, K. M., Suzuki, N., Nishi, H., Takashima, R., Kawate, Y., and Sakai, T., 2014, Middle to Late Pleistocene radiolarian biostratigraphy in the water-mixed region of the Kuroshio and Oyashio currents, northeastern margin of Japan (JAMSTEC Hole 902-C9001C): Journal of Micropalaeontology, v. 33, no. 2, p. 205-222. (Web of Science: 8)

12. Matsuzaki, K. M., Nishi, H., Suzuki, N., Kawate, Y., Takashima, R., and Sakai, T., 2014, Cycladophora davisiana abundances as a paleoceanographic and stratigraphic tool in high latitude siliciceous sediments: Marine Micropaleontology, v. 106, p. 1-9. (Web of Science citation: 6)

13. Matsuzaki, K. M., Nishi, H., Suzuki, N., Cortese, G., Eynaud, F., Takashima, R., Kawate, Y., and Sakai, T., 2014, Paleoceanographic history of the Northwest Pacific Ocean over the past 740kyr, discerned from radiolarian fauna: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 396, p. 26-40. (Web of Science citation: 11)

14. Matsuzaki, K. M., Nishi, H., Hayashi, H., Suzuki, N., Gyawali, B. R., Ikehara, M., Tanaka, T., and Takashima, R., 2014, Radiolarian biostratigraphic scheme and stable oxygen isotope stratigraphy in southern Japan (IODP Expedition 315 Site C0001): Newsletters on Stratigraphy, v. 47, no. 1, p. 107-130. (Web of Science citation: 5)

15. Zumaque, J., Eynaud, F., Zaragosi, S., Marret, F., Matsuzaki, K. M., Kissel, C., Roche, D. M., Malaize, B., Billy, I., Richter, T., and Palis, E., 2012, An ocean|ice coupled response during the last glacial: a view from a marine isotopic stage 3 record south of the Faeroe Shetland Gateway: Climate of the Past, v. 8, no. 1, p. 1-21. (Web of Science citation: 6)

16. Matsuzaki, K. M. R., Eynaud, F., MalaizeL, B., Grousset, F. E., Tisserand, A., Rossignol, L., Charlier, K., and Jullien, E., 2011, Paleoceanography of the Mauritanian margin during the last two climatic cycles: From planktonic foraminifera to African climate dynamics: Marine Micropaleontology, v. 79, no. 3-4, p. 67-79. (Web of Science citation: 13)

 


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