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Hada Shigeki

ハダ シゲキ | Hada Shigeki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (1): Solid earth science
Research keywords  (2): Tectonics ,  Structural Geology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 1997 - 2003 Earthquake faults in urban area and their movement
  • 1985 - Origin and tectonics of terranes in Asia-Pacific region
  • 1963 - Origin of the Kurosegawa Terrane and Tectonics of Southwest Japan
MISC (51):
Books (12):
  • Rift-drift history and the amalgamation of Shan-Thai and Indochina/East Malaya Blocks (I. Metcalfe et al. (eds)
    "Gondwana Dispersion and Asian Accretion"(A.A. Balkema Pub.) 1999
  • Gondwana Dispersion and Asain Accretion
    A.A>Balkema Pub. 1999
  • How Active Faults Moved?
    "Five years since an great earthquake disaster"(Kobe University) 1999
  • Geological Map of Shikoku for Engineer and Its Explanatory Textbook
    Editorial Boad for Engineering Geological Map of Japan 1998
  • Geomorphic Structure of the Rokko Mountains and Fault Activity associated with the Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake
    "Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake and Geomorphic Disasters"(Kokin shoin) 1996
more...
Works (4):
  • Geological Study on the Koyo Fault and the Arima-Takatsuki Tectonic Line
    2001 - 2003
  • Survey on fault activity caused by Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake
    1995 -
  • Terrane Analysis and Tectonics of the Nan-Chantha Buri Suture Zone
    1990 -
  • Notes on the Geology and Paleontology of Crystals Beach Complex, South Island, New Zealand
    1987 -
Education (2):
  • - 1964 Osaka City University Faculty of Science
  • Osaka City University Graduate School of Science
Work history (2):
  • 2004 - - Professor, Faculty of Literature, Kobe Women's University
  • Kobe Women's University President
Association Membership(s) (1):
International Association for Structural Geology
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