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List of Papers
Tomoharu Miyamoto Last modified date:2020.01.11

Assistant Professor / Dynamics, Structure and Evolution of the Earth and Planets / Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences / Faculty of Sciences

1. Miyamoto, T., Hamamoto, R., and Yanagi, T., Sr and Nd isotope compositions of atmospheric mineral dust at the summit of Mt. Sefuri, north Kyushu, southwest Japan: a marker of the dust provenance and seasonal variability. , Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74, 1471-1484. , 2010.03.
2. Miyamoto, T., Satish-Kumar, M., Dunkley, D. J., Osanai, Y., Yoshimura, Y., Motoyoshi, Y., and Carson, C. J., Post-peak (<530 Ma) thermal history of Lutzow-Holm Complex, East Antarctica, based on Rb-Sr and Sm-Nd mineral chronology. , Geodynamic evolution of East Antarctica: A key to the East-West Gondwana connection. Geological Society, London, Special Publications., SP308, 165-181, 2008.11.
3. Miyamoto, T., Yoshimura, Y., Dunkley, D. J., Motoyoshi, Y. and Carson, C. J., Mineral ages for multi isotope system in phlogopite-bearing pyroxene granulite and felsic gneiss, the Howard Hills, Enderby Land, East Antarctica: Possible Proterozoic tectonothermal events in the Napier Complex., Polar Geosciences, Vol.19, page, 152-172., 2006.10.
4. Miyamoto, T., Yoshimura, Y., Sato, K., Motoyoshi, Y., Dunkley, D. J. and Carson, C. J., Occurrences of metamorphosed ultramafic rock and associating rocks in Howard Hills, Enderby Land, East Antarctica: An evidence of partial melting on their geochemical and isotopic characters., Polar Geoscience, 17, 88-111., 2004.10.
5. Miyamoto, T., Grew, E. S., Sheraton, J. W., Yates, M. G., Dunkley, D. J., Carson, C. J., Yoshimura, Y. and Motoyoshi, Y., Lamproite dykes in the Napier Complex at Tonagh Island, Enderby Land, East Antarctica., Polar Geoscience., 13, 41-59., 13, 41-59., 2000.10.
6. Miyamoto, T. and Yanagi, T., U-Pb dating of detrital zircons from the Sangun metamorphic rocks, Kyushu, Southwest Japan: An evidence for 1.9-2.0 Ga granite emplacement in the provenance., Geochemical Journal, 30, 5, 261-271, 30, 261-271., 1996.09.