|Date and Time||20:00-22:00 Mon, 22 May|
ZOZO PARK HONDA FOOTBAL AREA
|Who can participate||All meeting attendees|
Team participation 15,000 yen/team, (+500 yen each for the 10th person and after)
Individual participation: 3,000 yen/person
|Capacity||Up to 9 Teams|
|How to join|
|Date and Time||Mon, 22 May|
Around Tokyo Station
Participants can choose either Kaihin Makuhari Station or Tokyo Station as the meeting place.
|Who can participate||Participants of JpGU 2023|
Lunch is not included
(if the number of participants exceeds the limit, a lottery will be held).
|How to apply||*Application deadline has passed.|
|Field Trip Leaders||Dr. Shoji Nishimoto and Prof. Chiaki Oguchi|
The participants will explore the geological significance of the stone materials used in department store buildings around Tokyo Station and visit the stone walls and water gates of Edo Castle on a cruise along the Sumida River. Prof. Nishimoto, the author of 'Tokyo "Street Corner" Geology' book, will explain Tokyo city's significant geological sites. Explanation will be provided in English.
*Cruise is a charged option.
|Date and Time||Sat, 27 May|
Around Katsuura, Chiba area
|Who can participate||
Participants of JpGU 2023 and accompanying persons
*Application required for accompanying persons too
*If the number of participants exceeds the limit, applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.
The tour will be canceled if the participants is less than 10 people.
|How to join||
Please apply from the following form.
*Application deadline: 17:00 Wed, 17 May 2023 [JST]
|Guide||Prof. Yuzuru Yamamoto (Kobe Univ.)|
|Description||This one-day field excursion aims to see deformation characteristics of ancient MTDs on the Boso Peninsula, central Japan. Many of map-scale MTDs (> a few tens of kilometers) developed just above the late Pliocene to Pleistocene Kurotaki Unconformity apparently formed in relation to the change in convergent direction of Philippine Sea Plate to the Amur Plate. Visiting three coastal outcrops is planned. Hope to enjoy beautiful structures and tectonic/mechanical discussions with participants.|