for outstanding contributions to the study of the Quaternary climate, in particular to the understanding of the causes of disasters in hilly suburban areas.
A list of five major papers
- Tamura, T., Li, Y., CHatterjee, D., Yoshiki, T., and Matsubayashi, T. 2002. Differential occurrence of rapid and slow mass-movements on segmented hillslopes and its implication in late Quaternary paleohydrology in Northern Japan. Catena 48, 89–105.
- Tamura, T. 2008. Occurrence of hillslope processes affecting riparian vegetation in upstream watersheds of Japan. Sakio, H. and Tamura, T. eds. Ecology of Riparian Forests in Japan: Disturbance, life history, and regeneration, Springer, 15–30.
- Tamura, T. 1990. Late Quaternary landscape evolution in the West Cameroon Highlands and the Adamaoua Plateau. Lanfranchi, R. et Schwartz, D. eds. Paysages quaternaire de l’Afrique centrale atlantique, ORSTOM, Paris, 298–313.
- 田村俊和 1991. 熱帯の地形・表層物質形成におけるシロアリの役割. 地形 12: 203–218.
- Tamura, T. 1993. Large-scale residential developments as a factor in environmental change in Japan. Science Reports, Tohoku Univ., 7th Ser. (Geography) 43: 1–12.