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2008-2012

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160160000 JPY

ABSTRACT

We conducted an interdiscipinarily study among geochemistry and biology, aiming to develop methods to obtain reliable age information which are useful for understanding evolution of activities of “subseafloor fluid flow system (Taiga) “. As geochemical dating techniques, a cross check between the ESR dating and U/Th series disequilibrium dating were conducted, which showed a good agreement. As biological methods, analysis of genetic deviations among local populations and divergence of speciation in faunal groups were examined. Comparison of age information obtained by two different methods provided important constraint for discussion on history and evolution of hydrothermal activities. More... »

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https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PLANNED-20109004

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  • 2015. Gamma Ray Doses in Water Around Sea Floor Hydrothermal Area in the Southern Mariana Trough in SUBSEAFLOOR BIOSPHERE LINKED TO HYDROTHERMAL SYSTEMS
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