Kyushu University Academic Staff Educational and Research Activities Database
List of Presentations
Masao Nakada Last modified date:2016.09.17

Professor / Solid Earth and Planetary Sciences / Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences / Faculty of Sciences

1. Nakada Masao, Viscosity structure of the D” layer of the decay time of the Chandler wobble and tidal deformation
, The International Workshop on Core Dynamics 2012: East-west Asymmetry of Inner Core and Rotational Dynamics , 2012.05.22.
2. Low viscosity of the bottom of the Earth’s mantle inferred from the decay time of Chandler wobble and tidal deformation.
3. Viscosity of the D" layer inferred from the decay time of Chandler wobble and tidal deformation.
4. Long-term true polar wander of the Earth including the effects of mantle convective processes and continental drift.
5. Seismological study around the Hyuganada region using OBS data.
6. Northward Drift of Australia and
True Polar Wander in Cenozoic Time.
7. SP depth phase and determination of hypocenter of Hyuganada's earthquakes.
8. Ductile lower crust and crustal movement.
9. A Gravity Databese of Southwest Japan: Application to Bouguer Gravity Imaging in Kyushu District, Southwest Japan.
10. Crustal movement of 1995 Hyougokennanbu Zishin and Holocene sea-level change.
11. Data base of gravity anomaly for southwest Japan.
12. Postglacial rebound stress and 1998 Antarctic Earthquake.
13. Lower crustal renewal associated with formation of sedimentary basins and arc volcanism in the Middle to Late Cenozoic in Japan.
14. Postglacial rebound stress and 1998 Antarctic Earthquake.
15. Late Pleistocene crustal uplift and gravity anomaly in eastern part of Kyushu, Japan.
16. Holocene sea-level change around Kobe region and its uplift rate.
17. Late Quaternary glacial melting history and relative sea-level change around Luzow-Holm Bay and Mt. Riiser-Larsen region, East Antarctica.
18. 1998-Antarctica Earthquake and postglacial rebound.
19. Polar wander associated with glacial rebound.
20. Stress and strain fields due to glacial rebound.
21. Late Pleistocene and Holocene glacial rebound in Antarctica.
22. Holocene sea-level change and glacio-hydroisostasy.
23. Melting of continental ice sheet and glacial rebound.
24. Melting history of the Antarctic ice sheet during the past 20000 years..