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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, Okuno Jun'ichi, Inference of mantle viscosity for depth resolutions of GIA observations, Geophysical Journal International, 207, 2016.09.
2. Nakada Masao, Okuno Jun'ichi, Yokoyama Yusuke, Total meltwater volume since the Last Glacial Maximum and viscosity structure of Earth's mantle inferred from relative sea level changes at Barbados and Bonaparte Gulf and GIA-induced J2-dot, Geophysical Journal International, 204, 2016.04.
3. Nakada Masao, Okuno Jun'ichi, Lambeck Kurt, Purcell Anthony, Viscosity structure of Earth's mantle inferred from rotational variations due to GIA process and recent melting events, Geophysical Journal International, 201, Vol.91, 42-61, 2015.04.
4. Jun'ichi Okuno, Nakada Masao, Masayoshi Ishii, Hideki Miura, Vertical tectonic movements along the japanese coastlines inferred from late Quaternary and recent sea-level changes, Quaternary Science Reviews, 91, Vol.91, 42-61, 2014.04.
5. Nakada Masao, Jun'ichi Okuno, GIA-related rotational variations for the Earth with low-viscosity D” layer, Geophysical Journal International, 195, Vol. 195, 725-739, 2013.08.
6. Nakada Masao, Jun'ichi Okuno, Masayoshi Ishii, Twentieth century sea-level rise from tide gauge, geologically derived and thermosteric sea-level changes, Quaternary Science Reviews, 75, Vol. 75, 114-131, 2013.08.
7. Nakada Masao, Chihiro Iriguchi, Shun-ichiro Karato, The viscosity structure of the D” layer of the Earth’s mantle inferred from the analysis of Chandler wobble and tidal deformation

, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 208-209, Vol208-209 11-24, 2012.08.
8. Nakada Masao, Low viscosity of the bottom of the Earth’s mantle inferred from the decay of the Chandler wobble and tidal deformation, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 192-193, Vol192-193, 68-80, 2012.01.
9. M.Nakada, Earth’s rotational variations due to rapid surface flows at both boundaries of the outer core, Geophysical Journal International, Vol184, 235-246, 2011.01.
10. M.Nakada, Polar wander of the Earth associated with the Quaternary glacial cycle on a convecting mantle, Geophysical Journal International, Vol179, 569-678, 2009.09.
11. M.Nakada, Earth's rotational variations by electromagnetic coupling due to core surface flow on a time scale of ~1 yr for geomagnetic jerk, Geophysical Journal International, Vol179, 521-535, 2009.09.
12. M.Nakada, Long-term true polar wander of the Earth including the effects of convective processes in the mantle and continental drift, Geophysical Journal International, Vol175, 1235-1244, 2008.12.
13. M. Tahara, K. Uehira, H. Shimizu, M. Nakada, T. Yamada, K. Mochizuki, M. Shinohara, M. Nishino, R. Hino, H. Yakiwara, H. Miyamachi, K. Umakoshi, M. Goda, N. Matsuwo, T. Kanazawa, Seismic velocity structure around the Hyuganada region, Southwest Japan, derived from seismic tomography using land and OBS data and its implications for interplate coupling and vertical crustal uplift, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, Vol 167, 19-33, 2008.05.
14. Nakada M (Nakada, Masao), True polar wander associated with continental drift on a hypothetical Earth, Earth, Planets and Space, Vol 59,513-522, 2007.08.
15. Nakada M (Nakada, Masao), Quaternary glacial cycles, Earth's rotation and twentieth-century global sea level rise, 第四紀研究(The Quaternary Research), Vol 46, 257-264, 2007.08.
16. Tahara, M., Shimizu, H., Nakada, M. and Ito, Y., Focal depth distribution using sP depth phase and implications for plate coupling in the Hyuganada region, Japan, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 155, 219-235, 2006.04.
17. Yamada, Y. and Nakada, M., Stratigraphic architecture of sedimentary basin induced by mantle diapiric upwelling and eustatic event, Tectonophysics, 415, 103-121, 2006.04.
18. Nakada, M., Axial and equatorial rotations of the Earthユs cores associated with the Quaternary ice age, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 154, 113-147, 2006.04.
19. Nakada, M. and Inoue, H., Rates and causes of recent global sea-level rise inferred from long tide gauge data records, Qauternary Science Reviews, 24, 10-11, 24, 1217-1222, 2005.04.
20. Yanagawa, T., Nakada, M. and Yuen, D.A, Influence of lattice conductivity on thermal convection with strongly temperature-dependent viscosity, Earth, Planets and Space, 57, 1, 57,15-28, 2005.01.
21. Yanagawa, T.K.B., Nakada, M. and Yuen, D.A., A simplified mantle convection model for thermal conductivity stratification, Physics of the Earth Planetary Interiors, 146, 1-2, Vol 146, p163-177, 2004.01.
22. Nakada, M., Core-mantle coupling including a viscoelastic inner core: An application to the axial rotation associated with the Quaternary glacial cycles, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 138, 3-4, 138, 289-315, 2003.08.
23. Sato,H., Okuno,J., Katoh,S., Nakada, M., Maeda,Y., Kobayashi, F., Holocene crustal movement along the coast of western Kobe and the 1995 Kobe Earthquake, Japan, Quaternary Science Reviews, 22, 8-9, 22, 891-897, 2003.06.
24. Lambeck,K., Purcell, A., Johnston, P., Nakada, M. and Yokoyama, Water-load definition in the glacio-hydro-isostatic sea-level equation, Quaternary Science Reviews, 22, 2-4, 22, 309-318, 2003.04.
25. Nakada, M. and Okuno, J., Perturbations of the Earth's rotation and their implications for the present-day mass balance of both polar ice caps, Geophysical Journal International, 152, 1, 152,124-138, 2003.01.
26. Nakada, M., Polar wander caused by the Quaternary glacial cycles and fluid Love number, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 200, 1-2, 200, 159-166, 2002.06.
27. Nakada, M., Tahara, M., Shimizu, H., Nagaoka, S., Uehira, K. and Suzuki, S., Late Pleistocene crustal uplift and gravity anomaly in eastern part of Kyushu, Japan, and its geophysical implications, Tectonophysics, 351, 4, 351, 263-283, 2002.05.
28. Okuno, J. and Nakada, M, Contributions of Ineffective Ice Loads on Sea Level and Free Air Gravity, Geodynamics Research Series, AGU Monograph, 177-185, 2002.03.
29. Okuno, J. and Nakada, M., Effects of water load on geophysical signals due to glacial rebound and implications for mantle viscosity, Earth, Planets and Space, 53, 12, 53,1121-1135, 2001.08.
30. Sato, H., Okuno, J., Nakada, M. and Maeda, Y., Holocene uplift derived from relative sea-level records along the coast of western Kobe, Japan, Quaternary Science Reviews, 20, 13, 20, 1459-1474, 2001.12.
31. Nakada, M., Effect of the viscoelastic lithosphere on polar wander speed caused by the Late Pleistocene glacial cycles, Geophysical Journal International, 143, 1, 143, 230-238, 2000.04.
32. Nakada, M., Kimura, R., Okuno, J., Moriwaki, K., Miura, H. and Maemoku, K., Late Pleistocene and Holocene melting history of the Antarctic ice sheet derived from sea-level variations, Marine Geology, 167, 1-2, 167, 85-103, 2000.10.
33. Nakada, M., Implications of a non-aiabatic density gradient for the Earth's viscoelastic response to surface loading, Geophysical Journal International, 137, 3, 137, 663-674, 1999.09.
34. Okuno, J. and Nakada, M.,, Total volume and temporal variation of meltwater from last interglacial maximum inferred from sea-level observations at Barbados and Tahiti, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 146, 1-4, 146, 283-293, 1999.07.
35. Holocene sea-level change and melting history of Antarctic ice sheet.
36. Okuno, J. and Nakada, M, Rheological structure of the upper mantle inferred from the Holocene sea-level change along the west caost of Kyushu, Japan, Dynamics of the Ice Age Earth: A Modern Perspective, GeoResearch Forum Vols. 3-4,, pp443-458, (ed, P.Wu), Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, 1998.08.