FacultyPost-DocsPh.D. StudentM.S. StudentTechnician, Supporting Stuff E-mail: xxx@aori(g.ecc).u-tokyo.ac.jp

Faculty

Toshitsugu YAMAZAKI
Professor
yamazaki@81-4-7136-6130Room No.712

Paleomagnetism and Rock magnetism, Marine Geology and Geophysics
Paleomagnetism, which studies ancient geomagnetic field variations with various timescale, and rock magnetism, which studies how geological materials acquire and preserve magnetization, have a wide range of areas for application including not only geology and geophysics but also paleoceanography and biology. Geomagnetic field variations are closely related with various subsystems of the Earth; for example, the geomagnetic field generated in the core is affected by the mantle, and the magnetosphere produced outside the Earth in turn controls influx of cosmic rays.

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Kyoko OKINO
Professor
okino@04-7136-6131Room No.713

Submarine geophysics &
tectonics

My main scientific interest is the mid-ocean ridge process, how the plate kinematics, mantle upwelling and melting variations result in a large differences in the world ridge system. I study the tectonics of mid-ocean ridges and backar basin spreading process using morphology, magnetic anomaly, gravity and sonar images of the seafloor.

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Yusuke YOKOYAMA
Professor
Environmental Analysis
Analytical Center for Environmental Study
Atmosphereand Ocean Research Institute

yokoyama@81-4-7136-6141Room No.711

Geochemistry, Paleoclimatology, Paleoceanography

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Juichiro ASHI
Assoc. Professor

ashi@ 81-4-7136-6121Room No.751

Marine geology
Fluids in subduction zones play important roles on deformation, thermal structure and material cycle. In order to know relationships between behavior of fluid/gas and growth of an accretionary prism, I am studying subsurface or surface expressions of fluid/gas migration, such as methane hydrate, cold seep, and mud volcano in the Nankai Trough. Moreover, I attempt to reveal distribution and displacement history of active faults associated with great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough.

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Jin-Oh PARK
Assoc. Professor
jopark@ 81-4-7136-6363Room No.771

Marine geology and geophysics
My scientific interest is comprehensive understanding on trench-arc-backarc basin systems on Earth. I focus on marine geologic and geophysical studies in the plate convergent margin such as Nankai Trough, mainly through 2-D and 3-D multichannel seismic (MCS) reflection investigations. I am currently doing 2-D and 3-D prestack depth imaging studies and physical property estimation along the Nankai subduction zone.

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Junichiro KURODA
Assoc. Professor
kuroda@ 81-4-7136-6363Room No.750

Paleoceanography,
Marine geology

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Asuka YAMAGUCHI
Assoc. Professor
asuka@ 81-4-7136-6122Room No.752

Marine geology, Structural geology, Chemical geology

Publications 

 

Norikatsu AKIZAWA
Assistant Professor
akizawa@ 81-4-7136-6142Room No.714

Oceanic mantle petrology, Hydrothermal activity constrained from petrology
Evolution of the oceanic mantle
Hydrothermal activity beneath the ocean floor

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Kenji Marc Raymond MATSUZAKI
Assistant Professor
km.matsuzaki@ 81-4-7136-6142Room No.714

Micropaleontology, Paleoceanography, Paleoenvironmental Science
Radiolarians are a siliceous microorganism inhabiting the shallow to deep-water depths of the world Ocean and their fossil have the potential to be a powerful paleoenvironmental proxy providing us ecological information about the water masses from sallow to deep water depth. One of my research consists in clarifying modern radiolarian species ecology by analyzing modern samples such plankton tows, surface sediments and sediment trap for try to understand their species spatio-temporal distribution. My second research objective is to use the knowledge obtained from modern studies to estimate the response of marine fauna to the earth climate changes during the Cenozoic analyzing deep-sea core sediments. When trying to reconstruct paleoenvironment of old time period, we have to consider the ecology of extinct species, which are unknown and thus hamper the reconstructions. My third objective is to try to solve this issue clarifying extinct species paleoecology for allow more accurate paleoceanographic reconstructions. Hydrothermal activity beneath the ocean floor

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Project Researcher

Hodaka KAWAHATA
Project Researcher
kawahata@ 04-7136-6140

Kazuhito OZAWA
Project Researcher
ozawa@ 04-7136-6140

Post-Docs

 

JAMALI HONDORI, EHSAN
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
ehsan.jamali@ 04-7136-6124

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Ph.D. Student

Hironao MATSUMOTO
Ph.D. Student
matsumoto@ 04-7136-6147

Ryo NAKANISHI
Ph.D. Student
r-nakanishi@ 04-7136-6125

Yuichi OKUMA
Ph.D. Student
yokuma@ 04-7136-6145

Hanaya OKUDA
Ph.D. Student
okuda@ 04-7136-6145

Naohiro KAZUI
Ph.D. Student
kazuin@g.ecc. 04-7136-6145

 

Takeru KOCHI
Ph.D. Student
kochi@ 04-7136-6125

Jumpei YOSHIOKA
Ph.D. Student
yoshioka@ 04-7136-6144

 

Yue SUN
Ph.D. Student
sunyue94@ 04-7136-6124

Jiaxi LI
Ph.D. Student
lijiaxi@ 04-7136-6147

 

 

 

M.S. Student

Yuchen SUN
M.S. Student
sun@ 04-7136-6125

Fan YU
M.S. Student
yufan@ 04-7136-6124

Ippei YAMAMOTO
M.S. Student
ippei.y@ 04-7136-6135

Takashi HAKOMORI
M.S. Student
hakomori@ 04-7136-6134

Hitomi MIZUNO
M.S. Student
mizunoh@ 04-7136-6135

Xintong JIANG
M.S. Student
@ 04-7136-6146

 

Research Student

Kazuhiro YAGASAKI
Research Student
yagasaki@ 04-7136-6144

Hayu OTA
Research Student
h-ota@g.ecc. 04-7136-6135

Yuqi LYU 
Research Student
 @ 04-7136-6124

 

Technician, Supporting Stuff

Chiori TAMURA

Senior Technician

Katsura KAMEO

Technician
kameo@ 04-7136-8175

Rika UCHIDA

Administrative Asst.
r-uchida@ 080-7095-7231

Akiko MOCHIZUKI

Administrative Asst.
a-mochizuki@ 080-7095-4332

Miwa YAMASHITA

Administrative Asst.
yamashita@ 080-7092-0957

 

 

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