Young Scientist Award

The Geological Society of Japan Young Scientist Award

2012:

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Yoshiko Masubuchi (Toyama Science Museum)
Awarded paper: Masubuchi, Y., Ishizaki, Y. (2011) Magmatic plumbing system of the 3400 BC caldera-forming eruption (Numazawako eruption) of Numazawa volcano as deduced by componentry and whole-rock and mineral compositions of the pyroclastic deposits. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 117(6), 357-376.

2
Yumiko Harigane (Nat. Inst. Advanced Indust. Sci. Tech.)
Awarded paper: Harigane, Y., Michibayashi, K. and Ohara Y., 2010. Amphibolitization within the lower crust in the termination area of the Godzilla Megamullion, an oceanic core omplex in the Parece Vela Basin. Island Arc, 19, 718-730.

3
Hiroshi Mori (Nagoya Univ.)
Awarded paper: Mori, H. and Wallis, S. R. (2010) Large-scale folding in the Asemi-gawa region of the Sanbagawa Belt, southwest Japan. Island Arc, 19, 357-370.

2011:

1
Tetsuya Tokiwa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Tokiwa, T. (2009) Timing of dextral oblique subduction along the eastern margin of the Asian continent in the Late Cretaceous: Evidence from the accretionary complex of the Shimanto Belt in the Kii Peninsula, Southwest Japan. Island Arc, 18, 306-319.

2
Tomohiro Tsuji (Ehime Univ.)
Tsuji, T. and Sakakibara, M. (2009) Large-scale overturned structure of the Northern Chichibu Belt in western Shikoku, Southwest Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 115(1), 1-16. (in Japanese with English Abstract)

3
Yoshimitsu Suda (Center for Chronological Res., Nagoya Univ.)
Suda, Y. and Hayasaka, Y. (2009) Genesis and evolution processes of the Paleozoic oceanic island arc crust, Asago body of the Yakuno Ophiolite, Southwest Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 115(6), 266-287. (in Japanese with English Abstract)

2010:

1
Yudai Sato, Kazuhiko Kano, Kenshiro Ogasawara, Takeshi Ohguchi and Norihiko Kobayashi.
Stratigraphy of the Early Miocene Daijima Formation, Oga Peninsula, NE Japan. Journal of Geological Society of Japan, 115(1), 31-46 (2009) (in Japanese with English abstract)

2
Kiyokazu Oohashi and Kenta Kobayashi.
Fault geometry and paleo-movement of the central part of the Ushikubi fault, northern central Japan. Journal of Geological Society of Japan, 114(1), 16-30 (2008) (in Japanese with English abstract)

3
Yuu Kawakami and Hiroyuki Hoshi.
A ring dike and a subhorizontal sheet intrusion in a volcano-plutonic complex: geology of the Kumano acidic rocks in the Owase-Kumano area, Kii Peninsula, Japan. Journal of Geological Society of Japan, 113(7), 296-309 (2007) (in Japanese with English abstract)

2009:

1
Eiichi Ishii (Hokkaido Univ. (Japan Atomic Energy Agency))
Awarded paper: Ishii, M., Nakagawa, M., Saito, H., Yamamoto, A. (2008) The Pleistocene Tokachimitsumata caldera and associated pyroclastic flow deposits in central Hokkaido, Japan: Correlation of large pyroclastic flow deposits with source calderas. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 114(7), 348-365. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2
Masumi Sakaguchi (Kochi Univ.)
Awarded paper: Sakaguchi, M. and Ishizuka, H. (2008) Subdivision of the Sanbagawa pumpellyite-actinolite facies region in central Shikoku, southwest Japan. Island Arc, 17(3), 305-321.

2008:

1
Masakazu Niwa (Nagoya Univ (Japan Atomic Energy Agency))
Awarded paper: Niwa, M. (2006) Lithology and deformation structure of an accretionary complex characterized by large anounts of oceanic rocks: an example of the Kohachigagawa Complex of the Mino Belt in the Takayama area, Gifu Prefecture. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 112(6), 371-389. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2
Takeshi Hasegawa (Hokkaido Univ.)
Awarded paper: Hasegawa, T. and Nakagawa, M. (2007) Stratigraphy of Early to Middle Pleistocene pyroclastic deposits around Akan caldera, eastern Hokkaido, Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 113(2), 53-72. (in Japanese with English abstract)

3
Tetsuzo Fukunari (Nagoya Univ.)
Awarded paper: Fukunari, T. and Wallis, S. (2007) Structural evidence for large-scale top-to-the-north normal shear displacement along the MTL in Southwest Japan. Island Arc, 16(2), 243-261.

2007:

1
Tatsuya Kanemaru (Nihon Univ.)
Awarded paper: Kanemaru, T. and Takahashi, M. (2003) Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of tonalite in the Tanzawa plutonic complex and its implications for emplacement mechanism. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 111(8), 458-475. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2
Yuya Kobayashi (Sogochishitsu Consultant Co. Ltd.)
Kobayashi, Y. and Otsuka, T. (2006) Sedimentary facies and environments of the Jurassic Samondake Unit in the Mino Terrane, central Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 112(5), 331-348. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2006:

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Yusuke Soda (Waseda Univ.)
Awarded paper: Soda, Y. and Takagi, H. (2004) Mineral chemistry of ultramafic rocks associated with the Asaji metamorphic rocks, eastern Kyushu. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 110, 698-714. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2
Ken-ichi Yasue (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Awarded paper: Yasue, K., Hirouchi, D., Nakano, T., Sakai, H., Okumura, K. and Umitsu, M. (2005) Relationship between the tectonic relief and the subsurface geological structure related to strike-slip displacement: a case of the en échelon faults. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 111, 29-38. (in Japanese with English abstract)

3
Kiyokazu Kawajiri (Sagamihara City Museum)
Awarded paper: Kawajiri, K. (2005) Petrology of gabbroic rocks in the Hida Gaien belt in the northern part of Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture, central Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 111, 332-349. (in Japanese with English abstract)

4
Kazuyuki Yamamoto (Tohoku Univ.)
Awarded paper: Yamamoto, K., Iryu, Y., Sato, T. and Abe, E. (2005) Stratigraphy of the Ryukyu Group on northern Motobu Peninsula, Okinawa-jima, Ryukyu Islands, Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 111, 527-546. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2005:

1
Akinori Takahashi (Univ. Tokyo)
Awarded paper: Stratigraphy and fossil assemblage of the Upper Cretaceous in the Teshionakagawa area, Hokkaido, northern Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 109(2), 77-95. (in Japanese with English abstract)

2
Tetsuji Onoue (Kagoshima Univ.)
Awarded paper: Onoue, T., Nagai, K., Kamishima, A., Sono, M. and Sano, H. (2004) Origin of basalts from Sambosan accretionary complex, Shikoku and Kyushu. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 110(4), 222-236. (in Japanese with English abstract)