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Session Category

Sessions in JpGU meetings are categorized into 7 JpGU Categories and subcategories.
Union and Public Sessions are special sessions outside of these 7 regular categories.

See the list below for category descriptions.

Union U Sessions to present up-to-date frontier topics related to all Earth and planetary sciences communities.
Public O Sessions open to the public to promote scientists' outreach activities, and to communicate with the society on understandings of research fields of our union.
1 Space and Planetary Sciences P Planetary Science, Solar Terrestrial Physics, Space Physics, Space Electromagnetism Exoplanetology... etc.
2 Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences A Atmospheric Science, Meteorology, Atmospheric Environment, Ocean Sciences, Hydrology, Limnology, Ground Water Hydrology, Cryospheric Sciences, Geoenvironmental Science, Climate Change Research...etc.
3 Human Geosciences H Geography, Geomorphology, Engineering Geology, Sedimentology, Natural Disaster, Disaster Prevention, Resources, Energy...etc.
4 Solid Earth Sciences S Geodesy, Seismology, Geomagnetism, Science of the Earth's Interior, Earth and Planetary Tectonics Dynamics, Geology, Quaternary Research, Lithology and Mineralogy, Volcanology, Geochemistry...etc.
5 Biogeosciences B Biogeosciences, Space Biology, Origin of Life, Geosphere-Biosphere Interactions, Palaeontology, Paleoecology...etc
6 Education & Outreach G Earth Science Education, School Education, Relation to the society...etc.
7 Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary M Sessions outside the above 6 categories or cross multiple categories, Joint Symposium with other scientific societies...etc.
 

Session Proposal

The session proposal for the JpGU 2023 has closed.
Thank you.

 

About Sessions of JpGU Meting 2023 & Session Details

229 sessions will be convened at the JpGU 2023.
Session description, conveners and other details are available from the link below.
【Updates】
09 DEC: Session list is released
19 DEC: Schedule (date and time) added to the list.

 

About Scientific Program of JpGU Meeting 2023

Session schedule-at-a-glance is available from the link below.
【Updates】
19 DEC: Session schedule-at-a-glance is released
The scientific program will be released on Fri, 24 Mar 2023.

【Upcoming release schedule】
●Scientific program : Fri, 24 MAR 2023
●Abstract PDF: Fri, 12 MAY 2023

 

Abstract PDF Download

Abstract PDF will be published on Fri, 12 May 2023.

 

Contact between Conveners and Presenters

We will provide mailing lists for communication between session conveners and presenters after scientific sessions are finalized in late-March. Please make use of this tool for organizing your session.

 

List of Invited Authors

The invited authors are listed in the following page.
 

Union Sessions

Union sessions focus on topics with a broad interest that are outside of a single section.
The following eight union sessions will be held at JpGU 2023.
If you are interested in submitting a paper to a union session, please check the "Acceptance of Submissions" section.
Session
ID
Date Session Title
Conveners
Acceptance of
Submissions
Oral Poster
U-01 Mon, 22 May [E] Inclusion in Earth and Planetary Science --- SDGs and beyond ---
Conveners: Yukihiro Takahashi, Simon Richard Wallis, Brooks Hanson, Eiichi Tajika
U-02 Wed, 24 May [E] Remote Sensing Role in Sustainable Development
Conveners: Muhammad Usman, Takahiro Abe
The three major themes of sustainable development (SD) are society, economy, and environment. Due to climate change, demographic variability, and the unplanned and uncontrolled use of natural resources, SD is facing various challenges in all three domains. Satellite data gives us the chance to study the different pillars of sustainable development either directly or indirectly. Through this session, we are opening a corridor through which researchers belonging to different domains of sustainable development can come together, share ideas, and help to solve various problems associated with SD.
U-03 Thu, 25 May [E] Advanced understanding of Quaternary and Anthropocene hydroclimate changes in East Asia
Conveners: Li Lo, Yusuke Yokoyama, Kaoru Kubota, Chuan-Chou Shen
U-04 Sun, 21 May [E] Environments of the Anthropocene: Natural Diversity and Resilience Perspective
Conveners: Abhik Chakraborty, Simon Richard Wallis, Chiaki T. Oguchi
U-05 Fri, 26 May [E] Geospatial Applications for Natural Resources, Environment and Agriculture
Conveners: Abdul Rashid Bin Mohamed Shariff , Yukihiro Takahashi, Gay Jane P Perez, Decibel Villarisco Faustino-Eslava
U-06 Tue, 23 May [E] From outreach to knowledge co-creation: Advancing inclusive community engagement in Geoscience
Conveners: Vincent Tong, Takuro Ogura, Chiaki T. Oguchi, Takashi Oguchi
U-07 Fri, 26 May [E] What is the true value of Knowledge Creation? Our perceptions of science and society
Conveners: Michiyo SHIMAMURA, Yuko Onishi, Rajul Pandya, Brooks Hanson
U-08 Sun, 21 May [J] Biogeochemistry of CO world
Conveners: Yuichiro Ueno, Norio Kitadai, Shino Suzuki, Kazumi Ozaki
U-09 Thu, 25 May [J] Contribution of Earth and Planetary Science to IYBSSD2022
Conveners: Kenji Satake, Eiichi Tajika, Yukihiro Takahashi, Shigeko Haruyama
U-10 Tue, 23 May [J] Earth Systems of the Anthropocene: Natural, Urban and Social Environments
Conveners: Masahiro Ishikawa , Shinji Yamamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi, Naomi Harada
U-11 Mon, 22 May [J] Compound Disasters across Atmosphere, Hydrosphere and Geosphere
Conveners: Takahiro Sayama, Takato Takemura, Yoshinori MIYACHI, Yasuhiro Ishimine
U-12 Wed, 24 May [J] Academic Publishing, Open Science and Open Data from Japan
Conveners: Hirokuni Oda, Hodaka Kawahata
*"Submission Acceptance" indicates from whom the session will receive abstract submissions
◎: The session receives submissions from anyone.
★:The session receives submissions only from invited authors.
×:There will be no session in this category.
(Abstracts submitted to the "x" sessions will be automatically rejected. )
 

Public Sessions

Public sessions are open to general public attendees who are interested in geoscientific progress and contents to hear from an interact directly with researchers.
Registration is free of charge to attend these sessions.

The following six public sessions will be held at JpGU 2023.
Public sessions will receive abstract submissions only from invited authors.
Session
ID
Date Session title
Conveners
Poster Session
O-01 Sun, 21 May [J] Earth and Planetary Science Top Seminar
Conveners: Yasuhito Sekine, Tatsuhiko Hara, Katsuyoshi Michibayashi, Hajime Naruse
O-02 Sun, 21 May [J] Everyday Life of JpGU's Doctors. How to become a scientists?
Conveners: Sachi Wakasa, Erika Tanaka, Takahisa Furuichi, Natsue Abe
In this session, for middle and high school students, the JpGU's doctors will introduce their daily lives, their research lives, and how they got there! In addition, we will introduce how to become a doctor and what kind of university you should enter to conduct research and studies related to JpGU, based on the list currently being prepared by the Diversity Promotion Committee.
O-03 Sun, 21 May [J] Can you survive natural disasters by learning in school?
Conveners: Shintaro Hayashi, Yasuhiro Taguchi, Ryuta YAMAMOTO, Yutaka TAKAHASHI
Dear junior high school students, high school students, university students, and the general public! Can you really protect your family's life with the knowledge of disaster prevention you learn in school? What kind of knowledge is needed to protect yourself and your family from natural disasters? How can we change our school curriculum to achieve this?
We would like to think together with you.
We would like to ask students and faculty members to speak actively from the standpoint of learning about disaster prevention and mitigation.
O-04 Sun, 21 May [J] 100 Years after the Great Kanto Earthquake. Can Social Evolution Survive the Next Severe Hazard?
Conveners: Yukiko TAKEUCHI, Akira Wada, Yoshinori MIYACHI, Yukihiro Takahashi
More than 100 years have passed since the Great Kanto Earthquake of September 1, 1923. How has the experience of disasters over the past 100 years affected the evolution of society? Has the evolution of society reduced our vulnerability to disasters? In this session, experts in a wide field of Japan Academic Network for Disaster Reduction and JpGU will be invited as speakers to actively discuss from various perspectives whether the evolution of society over the past 100 years will be able to overcome the next disaster.
O-05 Sun, 21 May [J] Geoparks and Sustainability
Conveners: Noritaka Matsubara, Takumi Sakakiyama, Azusa Tonotani, Seiya Fukumura
People have originally adapted to local natural conditions, based on the geological features, and have passed on the wisdom of adaptation from generation to generation. This session, we will focus on the " local wisdom" been rediscovered its value and conserved by each Geopark, and discuss traditional knowledge on the use of natural resources in local communities, including the response to climate change, and how to utilize this knowledge to realize a sustainable society in the future.
O-06 Sun, 21 May [J] Poster presentations by senior high school students
Conveners: Tatsuhiko Hara, Katsuyoshi Michibayashi, Miwa Kuri, Keiko Konya
*"Poster Session" column indicates the following;
★:The session receives posters only from invited authors.
×:There will be no poster presentations in this session.
(Abstracts submitted to the "x" sessions will be automatically rejected. )
■:The session receives abstracts only from high school students.
 

Joint Session with Partner Unions

JpGU promotes joint sessions with our partner unions, AGU, AOGS, EGU, and CGU.
29 sessions are held as a joint session for this year.

Union (U)

U-01 [E] Inclusion in Earth and Planetary Science --- SDGs and beyond ---
Convs. Yukihiro Takahashi, Simon Richard Wallis, Brooks Hanson, Eiichi Tajika
AGU
EGU
AOGS
CGU
U-06 [E] From outreach to knowledge co-creation: Advancing inclusive community engagement in Geoscience
Convs. Vincent Tong, Takuro Ogura, Chiaki T. Oguchi, Takashi Oguchi
AGU
EGU
U-07 [E] What is the true value of Knowledge Creation? Our perceptions of science and society
Convs. Michiyo SHIMAMURA, Yuko Onishi, Rajul Pandya, Brooks Hanson
AGU

Space and Planetary Sciences (P)

P-PS01 [E] Outer Solar System Exploration Today, and Tomorrow
Convs. Jun Kimura, Kunio M. Sayanagi, Fuminori Tsuchiya
AGU
P-PS04 [E] Advancing the science of Venus in the golden age of exploration
Convs. Takehiko Satoh, George HASHIMOTO, Moa Brita Persson, Kevin McGouldrick
AGU
EGU
P-EM09 [E] Space Weather and Space Climate
Convs. Ryuho Kataoka, Antti A Pulkkinen, Mary Aronne, Satoko Nakamura
AGU
P-EM12 [E] Coupling Processes in the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System
Convs. Huixin Liu, Yuichi Otsuka, Loren Chang, Yue Deng
AGU
P-EM14 [E] Frontiers in solar physics
Convs. Shin Toriumi, Takaaki Yokoyama, Shinsuke Imada, Alphonse Sterling
AGU

Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences (A)

A-OS12 [E] Waves, Storm Surges, and Related Hazards
Convs. Adrean Webb, Reza Marsooli
AGU
AOGS
A-OS13 [E] Marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles: theory, observation and modeling
Convs. Shin-ichi Ito, Takafumi Hirata, Eileen E Hofmann, Jessica A. Bolin
AGU
A-OS14 [E] Continental Oceanic Mutual Interaction - Planetary Scale Material Circulation
Convs. Yosuke Alexandre Yamashiki, Swadhin Behera, Takanori Sasaki, Yukio Masumoto
AGU
A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
Convs. Takahiro Hosono, Syuhei Ban, Mitsuyo Saito, Adina Paytan
AGU
A-CG32 [E] Climate Variability and Predictability on Subseasonal to Centennial Timescales
Convs. Yushi Morioka, Hiroyuki Murakami, Takahito Kataoka, Liping Zhang
AGU
EGU
AOGS
A-CG34 [E] Projection and detection of global environmental change
Convs. Michio Kawamiya, Kaoru Tachiiri, Hiroaki Tatebe, V Ramaswamy
AGU

Human Geosciences (H)

H-DS05 [E] Landslides and related phenomena
Convs. Gonghui Wang, Fumitoshi Imaizumi, Hitoshi SAITO, Masahiro Chigira
AGU
EGU
H-TT13 [E] HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHIC SURFACE DATA FOR CONNECTIVITY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
Convs. Yuichi S. Hayakawa, Christopher A Gomez, Mio Kasai, Takuro Ogura
EGU

Solid Earth Sciences (S)

S-IT17 [E] TRANSPORT PROPERTIES AND PROCESSES IN THE EARTH
Convs. Bjorn Mysen, Eiji Ohtani, Naoko Takahashi
AGU
S-IT18 [E] Planetary cores: Structure, formation, and evolution
Convs. Riko Iizuka-Oku, Hidenori Terasaki, Eiji Ohtani, William F McDonough
AGU
S-IT19 [E] Models for Earth's Mantle
Convs. Hiroko Watanabe, William F McDonough, Kenji Kawai
AGU
S-IT20 [E] New perspectives on accretion and exhumation processes during oblique plate convergence
Convs. Timothy B Byrne, Jian-Cheng Lee, Yusuke Shimura, Gong-ruei Ho
AGU
S-GC37 [E] Volatiles in the Earth - from Surface to Deep Mantle
Convs. Takeshi Hanyu, Yama Tomonaga, Hirochika Sumino, Yuji Sano
EGU
S-CG45 [E] Science of slow-to-fast earthquakes
Convs. Aitaro Kato, Asuka Yamaguchi, Yohei Hamada, Yihe Huang
AGU
EGU
S-CG47 [E] Hard-Rock Drilling Science: Continental and Deep-Sea Drilling, and Ophiolite
Convs. Takashi Hoshide, Yumiko Harigane, Eiichi TAKAZAWA, Katsuyoshi Michibayashi
AGU
EGU

Biogeosciences (B)

B-PT03 [E] Biomineralization and Geochemistry of Proxies
Convs. Takashi Toyofuku, Hiroshi Kitazato, Jelle Bijma, Kotaro Hirose
EGU

Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary (M)

M-IS04 [E] Interdisciplinary studies on pre-earthquake processes
Convs. Katsumi Hattori, Jann-Yenq LIU, Dimitar Ouzounov, Qinghua Huang
AGU
EGU
AOGS
M-IS05 [E] Geomaterials in cultural heritage: weathering, investigation techniques, and conservation
Convs. Miguel Gomez-Heras, Chiaki T. Oguchi, Akos Torok, Celine Elise Schneider
EGU
M-GI25 [E] Near Surface Investigation and Modeling for Groundwater Resources Assessment and Conservation
Convs. Jui-Pin Tsai, Ping-Yu Chang, Hwa-Lung Yu, Makoto Taniguchi
AOGS
M-GI27 [E] Open and FAIR Science: strategies, concepts, infrastructures and opportunities
Convs. Baptiste Cecconi, Yasuhiro Murayama, Yasuhisa Kondo,
AGU
EGU
M-TT36 [E] Quantum computing research, education and applications for earth sciences
Convs. Swadhin Behera, Ryo Furue
AGU
EGU
CGU
 

Co-Sponsored Sessions with JpGU Society Members

Each year, sessions co-sponsored or co-organized with Society Members are also convened at the annual meetings.

Below are the co-sponsored sessions with our society members at JpGU 2023.
Japan Society of Engineering Geology H-RE12 [J] New Developments in Engineering Geology
The Oceanographic Society of Japan A-OS11 [E] Physical, biogeochemical, and ecological processes and variability in the Indian Ocean
A-OS13 [E] Marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles: theory, observation and modeling
A-OS14 [E] Continental Oceanic Mutual Interaction - Planetary Scale Material Circulationn
A-OS15 [J] Physical Oceanography (General)
A-OS16 [J] Chemical and Biological Oceanography
A-OS17 [J] Ocean circulation and material cycle in coastal seas
A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
A-TT29 [E] Machine Learning Techniques in Weather, Climate, Ocean, Hydrology and Disease Predictions
A-CG30 [E] Extratropical oceans and atmosphere
A-CG32 [E] Climate Variability and Predictability on Subseasonal to Centennial Timescales
A-CG33 [E] Multi-scale ocean-atmosphere interaction in the tropics
A-CG34 [E] Projection and detection of global environmental change
A-CG38 [J] Dynamics of Oceanic and Atmospheric Waves, Vortices, and Circulations
A-CG40 [J] Coastal Ecosystems - 1. Water Cycle and Land-Ocean Interactions
A-CG41 [J] Coastal Ecosystems 2. Coral reefs, seagrass and macroalgal beds, and mangroves
A-CG42 [J] Water and sediment dynamics from land to coastal zones
A-CG43 [J] Kuroshio Large Meander
A-CG44 [J] Future global ocean observation system: complementarity of autonomous and shipboard observations
A-CG45 [J] Biogeochemical linkages between the surface ocean and atmosphere
A-CG46 [J] Science in the Arctic Region
M-IS15 [J] Paleoclimatology and Paleoceanography
M-IS17 [J] Ocean Plastics, an earth science perspective
M-GI26 [E] Data assimilation: A fundamental approach in geosciences
M-AG34 [J] Radioisotope migration: New development for radioisotope migration study related to 1F NPP accident
M-TT36 [E] Quantum computing research, education and applications for earth sciences
The Volcanological Society of Japan H-DS08 [J] Human environment and disaster risk
S-VC28 [E] International Volcanology
S-VC29 [J] Dynamics of volcanic eruptions and their physical and chemical processes
S-VC30 [J] Hydrothermal systems of volcanoes
S-VC31 [J] Active Volcanism
S-VC32 [J] Mitigation of volcanic disasters - basic and applied researches
S-VC33 [J] Monitoring and assessment of volcanic activities
S-VC34 [J] Volcanoes in the Sea
S-VC35 [J] Integrated Program for Next Generation Volcano Research and Human Resource Development
S-VC36 [J] Volcanic and igneous activities, and these long-term forecasting
S-CG57 [J] Catastrophic eruptions: Mechanism and impact of eruptions
M-IS07 [J] Geophysical particulate gravity current
M-IS11 [J] Geopark
M-IS21 [J] Planetary Volcanology
Japanese Society for Active Fault Studies S-SS13 [J] Active faults and paleoseismology
M-IS11 [J] Geopark
Meteorological Society of Japan A-AS01 [E] Evolution of Global Environmental Research based on Atmospheric Vertical Motions
A-AS02 [E] From weather predictability to controllability
A-AS03 [E] Extreme Events and Mesoscale Weather: Observations and Modeling
A-AS04 [E] Advances in Tropical Cyclone Research: Past, Present, and Future
A-AS05 [E] Large-scale moisture and organized cloud systems
A-AS06 [J] General Meteorology
A-AS09 [J] Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate
A-CG30 [E] Extratropical oceans and atmosphere
A-CG32 [E] Climate Variability and Predictability on Subseasonal to Centennial Timescales
A-CG33 [E] Multi-scale ocean-atmosphere interaction in the tropics
A-CG38 [J] Dynamics of Oceanic and Atmospheric Waves, Vortices, and Circulations
A-CG43 [J] Kuroshio Large Meander
M-IS23 [J] Fusion of volcanology and meteorology
M-GI26 [E] Data assimilation: A fundamental approach in geosciences
Japan Association of Mineralogical Sciences S-MP27 [J] Physics and Chemistry of Minerals
S-CG48 [J] Petrology, Mineralogy & Resource Geology
The Palaeontological Society of Japan B-PT03 [E] Biomineralization and Geochemistry of Proxies
B-PT04 [J] Biotic History
M-IS02 [E] Evolution and variability of the Asian Monsoon and Indo-Pacific climate during the Cenozoic Era
M-IS15 [J] Paleoclimatology and Paleoceanography
M-IS17 [J] Ocean Plastics, an earth science perspective
M-IS19 [J] Biogeosciences of cold seeps, mud volcanoes, and hydrothermal vents
The Society of Resource Geology H-RE11 [J] Earth Resource Science
S-CG48 [J] Petrology, Mineralogy & Resource Geology
The Seismological Society of Japan H-DS06 [J] Tsunami and tsunami forecast
S-GD02 [J] Crustal Deformation
S-SS06 [J] Fault Rheology and Earthquake Physics
S-SS07 [J] Seismic wave propagation: Theory and Application
S-SS08 [J] Crustal Structure
S-SS09 [J] Strong Ground Motion and Earthquake Disaster
S-SS10 [J] Statistical seismology and underlying physical processes
S-SS11 [J] Earthquake prediction and forecast
S-SS13 [J] Active faults and paleoseismology
S-TT41 [J] Seismic monitoring and processing system
M-IS11 [J] Geopark
M-IS22 [J] History X Earth and Planetary Science
M-GI26 [E] Data assimilation: A fundamental approach in geosciences
Japan Society of Geoinformatics M-GI31 [J] Earth and planetary informatics with huge data management
Japanese Association of Hydrological Sciences A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
A-HW19 [E] Hydrology & Water Environment
Japan Society of Hydrology & Water Resources U-11 [J] Compound Disasters across Atmosphere, Hydrosphere and Geosphere
A-OS14 [E] Continental Oceanic Mutual Interaction - Planetary Scale Material Circulationn
A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
A-HW19 [E] Hydrology & Water Environment
A-CG42 [J] Water and sediment dynamics from land to coastal zones
H-CG23 [J] Adaptation to climate change and its social implementation
The Society for the Study of the Origin and Evolution of Life Japan M-IS03 [E] Astrobiology
The Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology M-IS18 [J] Gas hydrates in environmental-resource sciences
The Japanese Society of Snow and Ice A-CC25 [J] Glaciology
A-CC26 [J] Ice cores and paleoenvironmental modeling
A-CG46 [J] Science in the Arctic Region
M-IS07 [J] Geophysical particulate gravity current
M-SD35 [J] Future Missions of Satellite Earth Observation
The Geodetic Society of Japan S-GD01 [J] Geodesy and Global Geodetic Observing System
S-GD02 [J] Crustal Deformation
S-TT39 [J] Synthetic Aperture Radar and its application
The Japan Society of Atmospheric Chemistry A-AS07 [J] Atmospheric Chemistry
A-AS09 [J] Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate
A-CG45 [J] Biogeochemical linkages between the surface ocean and atmosphere
Society of Atmospheric Electricity of Japan M-IS24 [J] Atmospheric electricity: High energy phenomena
The Sedimentological Society of Japan A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
H-CG20 [E] Scaled experiments in Earth surface dynamics
H-CG22 [J] Earth surface processes related to deposition, erosion and sediment transport
Japan Association for Quaternary Research A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
H-QR03 [J] Quaternary, Diachronic dynamics of human-environment interactions
H-DS08 [J] Human environment and disaster risk
S-SS13 [J] Active faults and paleoseismology
Japanese Association of Groundwater Hydrology A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
A-HW19 [E] Hydrology & Water Environment
The Geochemical Society of Japan A-HW19 [E] Hydrology & Water Environment
A-CG41 [J] Coastal Ecosystems 2. Coral reefs, seagrass and macroalgal beds, and mangroves
A-CG45 [J] Biogeochemical linkages between the surface ocean and atmosphere
S-VC30 [J] Hydrothermal systems of volcanoes
S-GC38 [J] Solid Earth Geochemistry, Cosmochemistry
M-IS15 [J] Paleoclimatology and Paleoceanography
M-IS19 [J] Biogeosciences of cold seeps, mud volcanoes, and hydrothermal vents
M-TT38 [J] Frontiers in Geochemistry
PALEO10: Paleosciences Society A-CC26 [J] Ice cores and paleoenvironmental modeling
M-IS02 [E] Evolution and variability of the Asian Monsoon and Indo-Pacific climate during the Cenozoic Era
M-IS15 [J] Paleoclimatology and Paleoceanography
M-IS17 [J] Ocean Plastics, an earth science perspective
Society of Geomagnetism and Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences P-PS01 [E] Outer Solar System Exploration Today, and Tomorrow
P-PS06 [J] Lunar Science and Exploration
P-EM09 [E] Space Weather and Space Climate
P-EM10 [E] Dynamics of Magnetosphere and Ionosphere
P-EM12 [E] Coupling Processes in the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System
P-EM13 [E] Dynamics of the Inner Magnetospheric System
P-EM15 [E] Study of coupling processes in solar-terrestrial system
P-EM16 [J] Heliosphere and Interplanetary Space
P-EM17 [J] Space Plasma Physics: Theory and Simulation
P-CG18 [E] Future missions and instrumentation for space and planetary science
P-CG19 [J] Planetary Magnetosphere, Ionosphere, and Atmosphere
S-EM14 [E] Electric, magnetic and electromagnetic survey technologies and scientific achievements
S-EM15 [J] Geomagnetism and paleomagnetism
M-GI26 [E] Data assimilation: A fundamental approach in geosciences
Japanese Geomorphological Union U-06 [E] From outreach to knowledge co-creation: Advancing inclusive community engagement in Geoscience
H-GM02 [J] Geomorphology
H-DS10 [J] Geohazards in humid, tectonically active countries and their precursors
H-TT13 [E] HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHIC SURFACE DATA FOR CONNECTIVITY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
H-TT14 [E] Geographic Information Systems and Cartography
M-IS05 [E] Geomaterials in cultural heritage: weathering, investigation techniques, and conservation
The Geological Society of Japan H-CG22 [J] Earth surface processes related to deposition, erosion and sediment transport
S-SS13 [J] Active faults and paleoseismology
S-GL22 [J] Frontier research on chronostratigraphic unit boundaries
S-GL23 [J] Geologic structure and tectonic history of East Asia and Japanese Islands
S-MP26 [J] Deformed rocks, Metamorphic rocks and Tectonics
S-VC36 [J] Volcanic and igneous activities, and these long-term forecasting
S-CG48 [J] Petrology, Mineralogy & Resource Geology
B-CG07 [J] Decoding the history of Earth: From Hadean to the present
M-IS02 [E] Evolution and variability of the Asian Monsoon and Indo-Pacific climate during the Cenozoic Era
M-IS11 [J] Geopark
M-IS13 [J] New frontiers in geology
Japan Cartographers Association H-DS08 [J] Human environment and disaster risk
H-TT14 [E] Geographic Information Systems and Cartography
H-TT16 [J] Geographic Information System and Cartography
The Geothermal Research Society of Japan S-VC30 [J] Hydrothermal systems of volcanoes
The Association of Japanese Geographers O-02 [J] Everyday Life of JpGU's Doctors. How to become a scientists?
H-GG01 [J] Dialogues on natural resources and environment between earth and social sciences
H-DS08 [J] Human environment and disaster risk
H-TT14 [E] Geographic Information Systems and Cartography
H-TT16 [J] Geographic Information System and Cartography
Geographic Information System Association of Japan H-TT14 [E] Geographic Information Systems and Cartography
H-TT16 [J] Geographic Information System and Cartography
The Tohoku Geographical Association O-02 [J] Everyday Life of JpGU's Doctors. How to become a scientists?
H-GG01 [J] Dialogues on natural resources and environment between earth and social sciences
Japanese Society of Soil Physics A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
A-GE27 [E] Subsurface Mass Transport and Environmental Assessment
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan H-TT18 [J] New Developments in Shallow Geophysics
S-SS07 [J] Seismic wave propagation: Theory and Application
S-EM14 [E] Electric, magnetic and electromagnetic survey technologies and scientific achievements
S-TT40 [J] Airborne surveys and monitoring of the Earth
The Japanese Society of Physical Hydrology A-HW18 [E] Material transportation and cycling at the land-sea interface: from headwaters to the ocean
The Remote Sensing of Society Japan A-CG36 [E] Terrestrial monitoring using new-generation geostationary satellites
A-CG37 [E] Satellite Earth Environment Observation
H-TT17 [J] Environmental Remote Sensing
S-TT39 [J] Synthetic Aperture Radar and its application
M-SD35 [J] Future Missions of Satellite Earth Observation
The Japanese Society for Planetay Sciences P-PS07 [J] Planetary Sciences
P-CG18 [E] Future missions and instrumentation for space and planetary science
M-IS21 [J] Planetary Volcanology
Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science H-DS08 [J] Human environment and disaster risk
Japan Geopark Academic Support Union M-IS11 [J]Geopark
 

International Cooperative Session

These sessions are held for the purpose of future collaboration with overseas societies.
Details will be made available as soon as they are ready.