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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


Papers
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.