***Japan Geoscience Union Mailnews September Issue
No.358 Sept. 10, 2021***
<< Contents >>
| 1. Preface by Eiichi Tajika, President of JpGU
| (Available in Japanese)
| 2. Period for Voting for Representative Election [Deadline approaching]
| 3. Call for Session Proposals for JpGU 2022 [from Oct 1]
| 4. Announcement for 2021 Meeting Participation ID Holders
| 5. From Committees
| -> Committee for Diversity Management and Talent Pool
| -> Japan Earth Science Olympiad Committee
| 6. Information from PEPS
| -> Extension of submission deadline for SPEPS special collection
| -> Latest Articles
| 7. What’s new
| -> Event Information
| -> Applications
| -> Career Opportunity
#1. Preface by Eiichi Tajika, President of JpGU
(Available in Japanese)
#2. Period for Voting for Representative Election
Deadline for Submission of Candidacy is approaching.
[Period for declaration of candidacy ends:]
5pm on Monday September 13, 2021
[How to stand as a candidate / How to recommend a candidate]
Please fill in the relevant form on the JpGU Members Site
( https://www.jpgu-member.org/jpgu/en/ ) before 5 pm on Monday September 13th deadline.
[The latest status of candidates]
Please refer at the webpage below.
Please visit “Public Announcement of the 2022 JpGU Representative
Election” for more information.
*All dates and times are in Japan Standard Time (UTC+09:00).
Election Administration Committee
#3. Call for Session Proposals for JpGU 2022 [from Oct 1]
We will start accepting session proposals for the JpGU Meeting 2022
from October 1 at 2PM JST.
JpGU Meeting 2022 (Tentative Plan)
Date: May 22 (SUN) – 26 (THU), 2022
Meeting format: Hybrid (on-site + online)
On-site venue: Makuhari Messe Chiba, Japan
*The meeting format and dates may change depending on the situation.
We will promptly inform you in such a case.
Please contact us using the following form if you have any inquiries
on session proposals.
*Key Dates (Subject to change)
Meeting website opens: Oct 1 (FRI), 2021
Session proposal period: Oct 1 (FRI) 2PM- Nov 2 (TUE) 5PM, 2021
We look forward to receiving many proposals from a wide range of
#4. Announcement for 2021 Meeting Participation ID Holders
The “Meeting participation ID” is a six-digit ID starting with 21-,
specifically for the purpose of the participation in the JpGU Meeting
2021. These IDs will expire on September 30, 2021.
This also applies to AOGS and EGU members who have obtained the JpGU
ID to participate in the JpGU 2021.
We will open the system to obtain the 2022 participation ID on October
1. Please visit our website after October for further information.
Please note that the login authentication will be required until March
31, 2022 to view the contents of the 2021 meeting posted on the Meeting
participation site (Confit), but you can still login with your login
ID/password for the 2021 meeting even after your ID becomes invalid.
#5. From Committees
(1) Committee for Diversity Management and Talent Pool
Diversity Committee’s activity:
Summer school for girls in junior and senior high schools (The
[Date] 8-9 August 2021
[Host] STEM Career Path Project for Girls (GSTEM-CPP)
JpGU (from 2021) and other scientific and engineering organizations
[Summary] The Natsugaku is an annual event and an opportunity for
female junior and senior high school students to “experience science
and technology”, “meet with active female scientists and engineers,
and “think about your own future”. More than 110 students from
various regions across Japan were attracted to participate in this
year’s “remote” Natsugaku. The JpGU contributed by two sets of
remote experiments, namely “Analysis of planetary exploration data”
and “Interaction between life and the Earth recorded in calcareous
sands in the lagoonal basin”, and a poster and video for introducing
research and education in planetary and earth sciences, which were
all well received. We have the impression that the number of students
interested in planetary and earth science is gradually increasing and
that it would be worth considering some follow-ups, such as proactively
providing prospective students with information on the JpGU annual
meeting (or other related academic conferences) and/or open-day of
(2) Japan Earth Science Olympiad Committee
The result of 14th International Earth Science Olympiad (On line ).
Date 8/25/2021-8/30/2021 34 Countries and areas, 185 students
Japan team result:
Excellent (Gold); 1student
Very Good (Silver); 2 students
Good (Bronze); 1 student
* This year, only Excellent, Very Good, and Good awards were given
due to the online competition.
There were no medals awarded this year. However, each recognition
is equivalent to the conventional gold, silver, and bronze medals.
For more information visit HP（http://jeso.jp)
#6. Information from PEPS
(1) Extension of submission deadline for SPEPS special collection
The submission deadline for the following SPEPS has been extended．
“Thermal, dynamical, and chemical processes in our early Solar System”
(Submission deadline: 31 October 2021)
For more information, please see the SPEPS page at:
(2) Latest Articles
The following articles were published.
You can download and read interesting articles from the PEPS web
site at: https://progearthplanetsci.springeropen.com/
@ Zimeng Li et al.: The vertical structure of annual wave energy flux
in the tropical Indian Ocean.
@ Aki Sakuma et al.: Relationship between tectonism and desertification
inferred from provenance and lithofacies changes in the Cenozoic
terrestrial sequence of the southwestern Tarim Basin.
@ Sergii Panasenko et al.: Coupled investigations of ionosphere
variations over European and Japanese regions: observations,
comparative analysis, and validation of models and facilities.
@ Satoshi Nakada et al.: High-resolution flow simulation in Typhoon
21, 2018: massive loss of submerged macrophytes in Lake Biwa.
@ William Ward et al.: Role Of the Sun and the Middle atmosphere/
thermosphere/ ionosphere In Climate (ROSMIC): a retrospective
and prospective view.
@ Martin James Head et al.: Paleoceanography and dinoflagellate cyst
stratigraphy across the Lower-Middle Pleistocene Subseries (Calabrian-
Chibanian Stage) boundary at the Chiba composite section, Japan.
@ Lalit Kumar Rai et al.: Sedimentary facies analysis of the fluvial
environment in the Siwalik Group of eastern Nepal: deciphering its
relation to contemporary Himalayan tectonics, climate and sea-level
@ Martin James Head: Review of the Early-Middle Pleistocene boundary
and Marine Isotope Stage 19.
#7. What’s New
(1) Event Information
*Events may be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19.
Please check the event website for the latest information.
ISAS Planetary Exploration Workshop 2021
Date: Sept. 21, 22, 24, 2021
Application for Joint Use/Research Program of IPM 2021 (Second Term)
(2) Career Opportunity
Marine Geology and Geophysics Research Group, Subduction Dynamics
Research Center (SDR), Research Institute for Marine Geodynamics (IMG)
Recruitment of Researcher (Ⅱ) CKS21-001
Announcement of Opportunity for a Professor Position at the Institute
of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA
Two Associate Professors in EPS
Call for a Professor, Earthquake Research Institute, The University
of Tokyo- Seismic activity / structural analysis research field based
on marine seismic observation
Data and information Technology Development Group (DiG), Global
Oceanographic Data Center(GODAC), Research Institute for Value-
Added-Information Generation (VAiG) Recruitment of a Researcher (Ⅱ)
or Research Technician DKM21-003
Job Opening 8211; Assistant Professor in Division of Sustainable
Announcement of a faculty vacancy in Earth and Planetary Science Division,
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Graduate School of
Environmental Studies, Nagoya University
Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo: Recruitment
Information for Project Researcher (STAR-E Project)
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