Solid Earth Sciences(S)
Session Sub-categorySeismology
Session IDS-SS08
TitleActive faults and paleoseismology
Short TitleActive faults and paleoseismology
Main ConvenerNameMamoru Koarai
AffiliationEarth Science course, College of Science, Ibaraki University
Co-Convener 1NameHisao Kondo
AffiliationGeological Survey of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Co-Convener 2NameRyosuke Doke
AffiliationHot Springs Research Institute of Kanagawa Prefecture
Co-Convener 3NameNobuhisa Matsuta
AffiliationOkayama University Graduate School of Education
Session LanguageEJ
ScopeGeologic and historic information on seismic cycles and on the magnitude and source faults of past earthquakes is essential information to understand future large earthquakes. The study of past faulting and seismicity is an important issue for an interdisciplinary community of seismologists, geologists, geomorphologists, archaeologists, and historians.
Presentation FormatOral and Poster presentation
Co-Sponsoring Societies
(Society Members)
Japanese Society for Active Fault Studies, The Seismological Society of Japan, Japan Association for Quaternary Research, The Geological Society of Japan
Invited Authors
  • Daisuke Ishimura (Department of Geography, Tokyo Metropolitan University)
  • Yoshiki Shirahama (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Geological Survey of Japan, Research Institute of Earthquake and Volcano Geology, Active Fault Research Group)
  • Kazutaka Mannen (Hot Springs Research Institute of Kanagawa Prefecture)
  • Junichi Suganomata (The Office of Earthquake Research Committee)
  • Satoshi Fujiwara (Geospatial Information Authority of Japan)
Time Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Oral Presentation May 21 PM2
15:30 - 15:45 SSS08-01Questions about the historical document "To-ura Narikitaru Kyukisho no Utsushi" describing the 1512 great-wave disaster at Shishikui in southeast Shikoku, JapanKatsuhiko Ishibashi Abstract
15:45 - 16:00 SSS08-02Quantitative Content Analysis on Historical Earthquake Documents Transcribed by Online Transcription Project “Minna De Honkoku”Yasuyuki Kano Abstract
16:00 - 16:15 SSS08-03A Historical Record on the 1707 Hoei Earthquake and Hoei Eruption of Mt. Fuji: Tozan-Hongu-Ki Recording the 1703 Genroku Earthquake, 1707 Hoei Earthquake, and 1707 Hoei Eruption of Mt. FujiKentaro Hattori Abstract
16:15 - 16:30 SSS08-04History of record: record of historical earthquake and historical volcanic eruptionIchiro Nakanishi Abstract
16:30 - 16:45 SSS08-05Relationship between the housing hamagies on Horinouchi area, Hakuba Village, Nagano Prefecture by the 2014 North Nagano Earthquake and geomorphological and surface geological conditionsMamoru Koarai Abstract
16:45 - 17:00 SSS08-06How formed the Hiji-oki fault group in the beppu bay, Japan?Tsuyoshi Haraguchi Abstract
Oral Presentation May 22 AM1
09:00 - 09:15 SSS08-07Paleo-seismological survey on surface rupture with small amount of displacement associated with the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakeDaisuke Ishimura Abstract
09:15 - 09:30 SSS08-08How generated the cracks in the Aso valley, Japan, caused by the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake?Tsuyoshi Haraguchi Abstract
09:30 - 09:45 SSS08-09Paleoseismic history of normal faults appeared along the south side of Nigogawa river in the eastern part of the Aso calderaYoshiki Shirahama Abstract
09:45 - 10:00 SSS08-10Evidence for Holocene paleoseismic events on the surface-rupturing fault of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake exposed on trench walls at Kurokawa, the town of Minami-Aso, southwest JapanShinji Toda Abstract
10:00 - 10:15 SSS08-11Cumulativeness of “triggered” surface rupture in north-western area of outer rim of Aso caldera and its impact for active fault evaluationHiroshi Une Abstract
10:15 - 10:30 SSS08-12Fault Displacement of the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake deduced by DInSAR analysisYasuhira Aoyagi Abstract
Oral Presentation May 22 AM2
10:45 - 11:15 SSS08-13Ancient Kanto Earthquake before 1703 inferred from coastal lowland depositsKazutaka Mannen Abstract
11:15 - 11:30 SSS08-14Crustal movement on the south coast of Kii peninsula, southwest JapanMitsuhisa Watanabe Abstract
11:30 - 11:45 SSS08-15Generation mechanisms of large-scale fissures in Asodani area accompanied by 2016 Kumato earthquake through drilling investigation and sample analysisIssei Doi Abstract
11:45 - 12:00 SSS08-16P-wave seismic reflection profiling across the northern part of the Kamishiro fault in the ISTL active fault system, central JapanHaruo Kimura Abstract
12:00 - 12:15 SSS08-17Shear-wave seismic reflection surveys across the Kamishiro fault, Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line active fault system, central JapanNaoki IKEGUCHI Abstract
Oral Presentation May 22 PM1
13:45 - 14:00 SSS08-18The publication of the revised edition of “Digital Active Fault Map of Japan”Takahiro Miyauchi Abstract
14:00 - 14:15 SSS08-19A new representation and extraction method of marine terraces — application to the Numa terraces in the Boso Peninsula, central JapanJunki Komori Abstract
14:15 - 14:30 SSS08-20Blind thrust faults beneath the western Ishikari plain revealed by high-resolution shallow seismic reflection profiling, HokkaidoTatsuya Ishiyama Abstract
14:30 - 14:45 SSS08-21Rediscovery of emerged boring bivalves at Cape Omaezaki, Shizuoka, JapanAkihisa Kitamura Abstract
14:45 - 15:00 SSS08-22Study on Resolution of Dating Method by Free Iron Oxides Analysis for loess sediments (Red-Brown soil Layer) of Matsue Area, JapanMasaaki Tanaka Abstract
15:00 - 15:15 SSS08-23Constraint of fault geometry for Japanese historical earthquakes based on groundwater anomalyYasuyuki Kano Abstract
Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Poster Presentation May 22 Core Time
SSS08-P01 Source Fault Estimate of the 1586 Tensho Earthquake Based on Liquefaction Norika Yamamura Abstract
SSS08-P02 The making of the revised edition of “Digital Active Fault Map of Japan” Part 1: fault information Ryo Tateishi Abstract
SSS08-P03 The making of the revised edition of “Digital Active Fault Map of Japan” Part 2: stereoscopic active fault map Michio Shirasawa Abstract
SSS08-P04 The making of the revised edition of “Digital Active Fault Map of Japan” Part 3: active fault viewer Tatsuya Sasaki Abstract
SSS08-P05 Gravity survey and subsurface structure across the Aomoriwan-Seigan Fault Zone, Northeast Japan Shinsuke Okada Abstract
SSS08-P06 Active faults around the Shimokita Hills and their tectonic implication, eastern part of the Shimokita Peninsula, northeast Japan Masayoshi Tajikara Abstract
SSS08-P07 Application of high density CSAMT exploration for the Senya active fault, eastern margin of the Yokote basin fault zone. susumu sakashita Abstract
SSS08-P08 Reexamination in northern Haramachi Segment of Futaba Fault delineation and its activity Anggraini Rizkita Puji Abstract
SSS08-P09 Two emergent events recorded near the AD1703 Genroku shoreline in the southeast coast of Boso Peninsula, Central Japan yuzuko tsukahara Abstract
SSS08-P10 Late Quaternary active tectonic deformation of marine and fluvial terrace surfaces in the southern part of the Sagami plain, central Japan Abe Daisuke Abstract
SSS08-P11 Review on ca. 3 ka Event of Kozu-Matsuda Fault Zone inferred from CNS elemental and Pollen analyses in southern Ashigara Plain, central Japan Yoshiki Sato Abstract
SSS08-P12 Paleoearthquakes recorded in the Fuji Five Lakes during the last ca. 6000 years (Fuji Five Lakes, Japan) Aurelia Dominique Hubert-Ferrari Abstract
SSS08-P13 Basement structure beneath western offshore of Noto peninsula estimated from gravity anomaly and sedimental layer structure by acoustic explorations Akihiro Sawada Abstract
SSS08-P14 Defining subsegment boundaries : An example from the Kamishiro fault of the Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line active fault system Takahashi Naoya Abstract
SSS08-P15 Active fault mapping in central Omachi City, Nagano Prefecture, using high-resolution DEM Nobuhiko Sugito Abstract
SSS08-P16 Fault Activity of the Iriyamase Fault, the Fujikawa-kako Fault Zone, in the Kanbara Lowland, Shizuoka Prefecture Masanobu Shishikura Abstract
SSS08-P17 Characteristics of the Shikano–Yoshioka fault revealed by gravity anomaly Yoshihiro Hiramatsu Abstract
SSS08-P18 Photographs of the 1927 Kita-Tango Earthquake Satoko Murotani Abstract
SSS08-P19 Long-term evaluation of ≧M6.8 earthquakes on active faults in Shikoku area Junichi Suganomata Abstract
SSS08-P20 Recognition and late Quaternary activity of active faults in the northeastern part of Kumamoto Plain. Yukari SEKI Abstract
SSS08-P21 A quantitative analysis of the separation distance between interpreted active fault and surface rupture on the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake focusing on slip sense Asaka Konno Abstract
SSS08-P22 Comparison of GPR survey results and trench survey results at the Matoishibokujo I Fault Takayuki Nakano Abstract
SSS08-P23 Paleoseismological study on surface fault ruptures produced by the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake Keiichi Ueta Abstract
SSS08-P24 Linear Surface Ruptures in NW Aso Caldera by Kumamoto Earthquake and Relationship with Active Faults in Central Kyushu Satoshi Fujiwara Abstract
SSS08-P25 Tectonic Geomorphology in and around Yoron Island Based on Analysis of Topographic Anaglyphs Derived from Digital Elevation Model Hideaki Goto Abstract
SSS08-P26 Tectonic landform and paleoseismic activity of the northernmost Sumatran fault, Aceh Province, Indonesia Hiroyuki Tsutsumi Abstract
SSS08-P27 Active fault mapping along the southern margin of the Himalayas by interpretation of ALOS 30 DEM image Takashi Nakata Abstract
SSS08-P28 Detailed mapping of the Chaman fault near Kabul, Afghanistan, using ALOS Images Zakeria Shnizai Abstract
SSS08-P29 Source Parameters of Moderate and Strong Earthquakes for Turkey and its Surrounding Area (1938-2017) Dogan Kalafat Abstract
SSS08-P30 Finite element analysis of surface rupture: parametric study with several types of fault shape and tectonic stress directions Hidetaka Saomoto Abstract
SSS08-P31 Postseismic deformation detected by InSAR analysis and comparison deformation caused by earthquake between postseismic deformation DAISUKE SANGO Abstract
SSS08-P32 Characteristics of the fault zone slipped only in the near surface: an example of the Atera Fault Tomoyuki Ohtani Abstract
SSS08-P33 Recognization of active folding caused by reverse faulting, by using detailed topographic anaglyph images Hiroshi Sawa Abstract
SSS08-P34 Determination of the latest activity zone of the fault using medical X-ray CT scanners Akiyuki Iwamori Abstract