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YAMAMOTO Shuichi

ヤマモト シユウイチ | YAMAMOTO Shuichi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (1): Geochemistry/Cosmochemistry
Research keywords  (5): Environmental Chemistry ,  Paleoenvironment ,  Paleoclimate ,  Organic Geochemistry ,  Organic Geochemistry Paleoenvironment Paleoclimate
Papers (59):
Books (11):
  • Chemical studies on the formation process of organic geopolymers in recent sediments, Thesis for the doctor of science
    Tokyo Metropolitan University 1983
  • Organic composition of sinking particles (JT-01) in Japan Trench as revealed by pyrolysis gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, in "Deep Ocean Circulation,Physical and Chemical Aspects" ed. T.Teramoto
    Elsevier Science Publishers 1993
  • Organic composition of sinking particles (JT-01) in Japan Trench as revealed by pyrolysis gas chromatography/mass spectrometry., Deep Ocean Circulation,Physical and Chemical Aspects. (ed. T.Teramoto)
    Elsevier Science Publishers 1993
  • Source of Organic Matter In Sinking Particles In the Japan Trench: molecular Composition and Carbon Isotopic Analyses, In "Dynamics and Characterization of Marine Organic Matter", eds., N. Handa, E. Tanoue and T. Hama
    Kluwer 2000
  • La geografia de la vida humana y el tema del media ambiente desde la perspecyiva de la ecologia humana, in "La Creacion De Valor: En Las Ideas De Tsunesaburo Makiguchi"
    Universidad Central De Venezuela Ediciones De la Biblioteca 2002
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Lectures and oral presentations  (4):
  • Organic matter records in response to climate changes in Lake Baikal over the past 230 kyr
    (Goldshumit Conference, Japan, Kurashiki(2003.9.10-9.15) 2003)
  • 持续可能性佛教: 从人类的生活的质量和幸福感的视点
    (学术研讨会「现代社会和宗教」 2009)
  • A 35 kys record of organic matter composition and δ13C of n-alkanes in bog sediments close to Lake Baikal: Implications for the paleoenvironmental study
    (PAGES Regional Workshop in Japan 2010)
  • Glalcial-interglacial productivity and environmental changes in Lake Biwa, Japan: A sediment core study of organic carbon, chlorins and biomarkers
    (PAGES Regional Workshop in Japan 2010)
Education (2):
  • - 1977 Yokohama National University Faculty of Engineering Safe Engineering
  • - 1983 Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School, Division of Natural Science Chemistry
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Science (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
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