Outstanding Student Presentation Award

JpGU 2013 Outstanding Student Presentation Award

Atmospheric, Ocean and Environmental Sciences Section

Name Affiliation Title
Kota Okamoto The University of Tokyo Interhemispheric differences in the roles of SAO in mid- and high latitudes
Chikara Tsuchiya The University of Tokyo Propagation characteristics of gravity waves in the austral winter using the AIRS high resolution data
Ray Takatani The University of Tokyo Simulation of aerosol-cloud interactions in spring over East Asia using WRF-chem model : Comparison with aircraft obs.
Takashi Nakano Kyoto University Ocean response to typhoons moving toward north in the East China Sea
Kazunori Ebata Yamanashi University Developing and improving a simple runoff model of dissolved organic carbon considering soil infiltration and river runoff
Yuki Yasuda The University of Tokyo A theoretical study on the mechanism for spontaneous gravity wave generation using the renormalized perturbation method
Satoki Tsujino Nagoya University Numerical Experiments for Concentric Eyewalls of Typhoon Bolaven (2012)

Human Geosciences Section

Name Affiliation Title
Rupprecht Christoph Griffith School of Environment, Griffith University Appreciation of informal urban greenspace by Japanese and Australian residents
Hiroto Nagai Nagoya University An ALOS-derived glacier inventory of the Bhutan Himalaya
Mohammad Rajib Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University Variations in Adsorption Coefficient of 133Cs and 87Sr Caused by Oxidation of Pumice Tuff
Yuki Nakamura The University of Tokyo 3D structural analysis of large-scale submarine landslide on a very gentle continental slope off Shimokita Peninsula
Keitaro Yamada Kyoto University Sedimentary environment during 3000 years recorded in the piston core sediments of Beppu Bay, central Kyushu, Japan
Yoshiki Sato Kyushu University Late Holocene environmental changes of the inter-ridge marshes in the western Hamamatsu strand plain
Akihiro Yokota Nihon University Eruption history of Tarumae volcano and tephras since 17th century found in Shiraoi-Tomakomai lowlands

Solid Earth Section

Name Affiliation Title
Sho Aoki Kyoto University The estimation of S wave reflector in the northern Kinki region
Naho Otsuji Niigata University Sr and Nd isotope systematics of metacarbonate rocks as proxies for extinct oceans in continental collision zones
Akiko Takeo The University of Tokyo Shear-wave anisotropy in the crust and uppermost mantle beneath Japan from broadband array analysis of surface waves
Norihiro Nakata Colorado School of Mines Time-lapse changes in velocity and anisotropy after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake estimated by seismic interferometry
Kazutaka Yasukawa The University of Tokyo Geochemical features of deep-sea sediment in the eastern Indian Ocean: the first report of the Indian REY-rich mud.
Ryuichi Nomura Tokyo Institute of Technology Chemical evolution of basal magma ocean and mantle structure of the early Earth
Taro Nizato Hiroshima University Statistical hypothesis test for the detection of very low-frequency earthquakes in southwest Japan
Ryo Tanaka Hokkaido University Transition in eruption style during the 2011 eruption of Shinmoe-dake: implications from a steady conduit flow model
Shuto Sugai The University of Tokyo Roles of active faults for fluid-flow in the crust, examples from Chubu district, Japan
Shuji Terusawa The University of Tokyo Examination of noble gas concentration by percolation by using ceramic membrane
Kosuke Ishige Hokkaido University Geology and petrology of Taisetsu volcanic field ; Formation history and Transition of magma
Mamoru Ozaki Ibaraki University Geology and Petrology of the Post-caldera Stage Lava flows originated from Azuma-Kofuji cone, East Azuma volcano
Masakazu Fujii The University of Tokyo Magnetic Structure of Back-arc Spreading Axis with Hydrothermal Vents; the Southern Mariana Trough
Takashi Kuratomi Kyushu University The structure of chimney at iron-silica rich hydrothermal environment in shallow marine, Satsuma Iwo-Jima, Kikai caldera
Michiyo Sawai Hiroshima University Frictional behavior of incoming pelagic sediments to the Tohoku subduction zone
Kazuya Ishitsuka Kyoto University Surface displacements after the ground water regulation in Bangkok derived from persistent scatterer SAR interferometry
Takahiro Shiina Tohoku University P-wave velocity structure in the subducting crust of the Pacific plate beneath northeast Japan
Nao Yasuda Kanazawa University Experimental study of liquefaction and fluid transport
Masahiro Kobayashi The University of Tokyo Sedimentary pore fluid-like halogens and noble gases in mantle peridotites from the Western-Pacific subduction zones
Keisuke Yoshida Tohoku University Change in the stress field in the inland area of NE Japan after the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake
Yusuke Oishi Kochi University H/V spectral analysis based on high density micro-tremor observations in Kochi Plain
Takafumi Nishiwaki Hiroshima University Microstructures and formation process of slickenside
Noriko Shiraishi Ehime University Phase relations and density changes in mid-ocean ridge basalt (MORB) under the lower mantle condition

Biogeosciences Section

Name Affiliation Title
Mariko Harada The University of Tokyo Modeling the rise of oxygen after the Snowball earth: implications for the Paleoproterozoic manganese and iron formation
Kouhei Tokunaga Hiroshima University Application of selenium coprecipitated with barite as a new redox indicator
Keisuke Shimizu The University of Tokyo Molecular mechanisms of shell coiling in gastropods