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Roser Paul Barry

ロザー ポール バリー | Roser Paul Barry
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Solid earth science
Research keywords  (3): 堆積岩地球化学 ,  GEOLOGY ,  GEOCHEMISTRY
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2008 - 2010 Geochemistry of clastic sediments, with respect to provenance, tectonic setting, and the evolution of accretionary margins; relationships between suspect terranes.
  • Geochemistry of Clastic Sediments in Relation to Proverance,Tectonic Setting,Weathering and Terrane Correlation
MISC (121):
Books (1):
  • Roser, B.P.; Ulak, P.D.; Nakayama, K.; Kimura J.-I.; Mori, H. : Major element geochemistry of the Upper Cenozoic Siwalik Group along the Bakiya Khola Section, Central Nepal
    In: Charu C. Pant and Arun K. Sharma (eds) Aspects of Geology and Environment of the Himalaya. Nainital, Gyanodaya Prakashan 2002
Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • Neogene movement on the New Zealand Alpine Fault.
    (Australian Earth Sciences Convention 2006 2006)
  • Geochemical provenance signatures in clastic sedimentary terranes of SW Japan and Hokkaido.
    (17th International Sedimentological Congress 2006)
  • Use of geochemistry as an indicator to assess the environmental effects of small scale gold mining in Malteria and Marmoto Mining Districts - Colombia.
    (4th International Symposium Environmental Geochemistry in Tropical Countries 2004)
  • Sedimentary provenance and tectonic regime of the depositional basin of the Duque de York metamorphic complex, Magallanes, Chile.
    (Workshop: "Subduction Zone Processes in Southern Chile" 2003)
  • Geochemical investigations of Nguba and Kundelungu Groups, Katangan Supergroup (Congo): Provenance and tectonic setting.
    (Proterozoic Sediment Hosted Base Metal Deposits of Western Gondwana. Third IGCP-450 Conference 2003)
Works (12):
  • Geochemistry of the Siwalik Group,Nepal
    2001 -
  • Geochemistry of the Murihiku Terrane,Newzealand
    1997 -
  • GEOCHEMISTRY AND EVOLUTION OF TECTONOSTRATIGRAPHIC TERRANES OF JAPAN
    1995 -
  • GEOLOGY : RESOURCE EVALUATION (REF 18, 19)
    1994 -
  • GEOCHEMISTRY : INFLUENCE OF GRAIN SIZE ON THE COMPOSITION OF CLASTIC SEDIMENTARY SUITES (REFS 6, 41, 1, 2), CONTINUING
    1993 -
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Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D) (Victoria University of Wellington)
Work history (1):
  • Shimane University Interdisciplinary Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Geoscience
Association Membership(s) (3):
Royal Society of New Zealand ,  Geological Society of New Zealand ,  Geological Society of Japan
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