Toshiya Kanamatsu

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  • 2018-12 An initial case study to deconvolve natural remanent magnetization of a continuous paleomagnetic sample using the software UDECON in EARTH, PLANETS AND SPACE
  • 2018-12 Supercycle in great earthquake recurrence along the Japan Trench over the last 4000 years in GEOSCIENCE LETTERS
  • 2017-12 Physical and thermal properties of mud-dominant sediment from the Joetsu Basin in the eastern margin of the Japan Sea in MARINE GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH
  • 2017-12 Morpho-sedimentary features and sediment dispersal systems of the southwest end of the Ryukyu Trench: a source-to-sink approach in GEO-MARINE LETTERS
  • 2015-08 Evidence for erosion and deposition by the 2011 Tohoku-oki tsunami on the nearshore shelf of Sendai Bay, Japan in GEO-MARINE LETTERS
  • 2014 Evidence for Mass Transport Deposits at the IODP JFAST-Site in the Japan Trench in SUBMARINE MASS MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
  • 2014 Characteristics of Magnetic Fabrics in Mass Transport Deposits in the Nankai Trough Trench Slope, Japan in SUBMARINE MASS MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
  • 2012 Rock-Magnetostratigraphy of Hawaiian Archipelagic Sediments: Timing of Giant Submarine Landslides of the Hawaiian Ridge in SUBMARINE MASS MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
  • 2012 Scientific Drilling of Mass-Transport Deposits in the Nankai Accretionary Wedge: First Results from IODP Expedition 333 in SUBMARINE MASS MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
  • 2010 Redistribution of Sediments by Submarine Landslides on the Eastern Nankai Accretionary Prism in SUBMARINE MASS MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
  • 2008-09 Paleomagnetic directions of the Gauss-Matuyama polarity transition recorded in drift sediments (IODP Site U1314) in the North Atlantic in EARTH, PLANETS AND SPACE
  • 2007-07 A relative paleointensity record of the geomagnetic field since 1.6 Ma from the North Pacific in EARTH, PLANETS AND SPACE
  • 2001-12 Archaeology of Archaea: geomicrobiological record of Pleistocene thermal events concealed in a deep-sea subseafloor environment in EXTREMOPHILES
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