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Junji Yamamoto Last modified date:2024.04.30

Professor / Material Science of Solar Planets
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Faculty of Sciences


Graduate School
Undergraduate School


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Homepage
https://kyushu-u.elsevierpure.com/en/persons/junji-yamamoto
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Phone
092-802-4215
Fax
092-802-4208
Academic Degree
Ph. D.
Field of Specialization
Chemistry in the Earth system
ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
0000-0002-2636-1002
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
03years01months
Outline Activities
I am exploring chemically how the Earth was born, how it developed into its present state, and what it will be in the future. On the social learning, I am conducting activities to clarify ambiguous spatio-temporal scale of "environment".
Research
Research Interests
  • Exploring the origin and ascending rate of mantle wedge carbon
    Identifying the source asteroid of the Earth
    Exploring factors improving learning motivation
    Development of teaching materials to experience the Earth

    keyword : Mantle, isotope, fluid inclusion, spectroscopy, teaching material, minute paper
    2021.10~2029.03.
Academic Activities
Papers
1. Yamamoto J. and Kurz M.D., Noble gas isotopic compositions and abundance ratios of mantle xenoliths from Honolulu series volcanism, Oahu, Hawaii, EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2022.117979, 603, 117979, 2023.02.
2. Yamamoto J. and Hagiwara Y., Precision evaluation of nitrogen isotope ratios by Raman spectrometry, Analytical Science Advances, 10.1002/ansa.202200020, 3, 269-277, 2022.08.
3. Yamamoto J. and Kurz M.D., Mantle noble gas abundance ratios inferred from oceanic basalts and model estimates, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pepi.2022.106875, 327, 106875, 2022.04.
Works, Software and Database
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Membership in Academic Society
  • JAPAN GEOSCIENCE UNION
  • THE GEOCHEMICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF EARTH SCIENCE EDUCATION
  • The Geochemical Society
  • American Geophisical Union
Awards
  • Incentive Award of The Geochemical Society of Japan
Educational
Educational Activities
In order to increase the educational effect, it would be effective to stimulate the learning motivation of students. I am therefore investigating the class evaluation to identify the factors that can stimulate and improve students' learning motivation, and to explore the educational system that can continue the learning motivation even after the class period.
Other Educational Activities
  • 2024.02, Tokunaga S. and Yamamoto J. (2024) Qualitative Interpretation of Class Evaluations: ─ Connection between Class Evaluations and Students’ Class Attendance Attitudes and Class Impressions ─. Journal of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning 31, 65-77.
  • 2022.04, Yamamoto J. and Tokunaga S. (2022) Factors affecting overall evaluation of a class: Exploring factors improving learning motivation. Journal of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning 29, 15-23.
  • 2021.10, Yamamoto J. and Tokunaga S. (2021) Analogical Extended Expression for Understanding of Earth's Spatio-Temporal Scale. Environmental Education 31 (3), 49-54.
  • 2019.12, Yamamoto J.,Tokunaga S., Asahi H., Odajima M. and Abe T.(2020)Improvement of a Teaching Material for the Earth’s Layered Structure. Education of Earth Science 72,115-128..
  • 2019.05, Yamamoto J., Tokunaga S., Tanaka T., Tajima T. (2019) Development of a Teaching Material for the Earth’s Layered Structure: A Sensory Tool for Specific Gravity. Education of Earth Science 72, 31-42..
  • 2017.05, Yamamoto J., Tokunaga S., Tanaka T., Takahata K., Tajima T., Mishima W. (2017) Development of educational tool for formation processes of graded layers -a sensory tool for viscous resistance of a media-. Education of Earth Science70, 31-41..
  • 2017.03, Mishima W., Yamamoto J., Arita K., Kato Y., Tanaka T., Torimoto J., Takahata K., Kusaka A. and Teranishi T. (2017) Potential of Mortar as an Experimental Material for Aid in Understanding of Rock Weathering by Freezing and Thawing. Education of Earth Science 70, 15-22..
  • 2015.07, Mishima W., Yamamoto J., Arita K., Torimoto J., Tanaka T. and Sakai M. (2015) Development of an experimental method in education to aid understanding of rock weathering brought about by freezing and thawing. Education of Earth Science 68, 59-67..
  • 2014.06, Shitaoka Y., Honjo M., Watanabe K., Kawahara M., Yamamoto J., Mithosh M., Nakano H., Hiraga S. and Takemura K. (2014) Comparative Analysis of availability of Magma formation program using Portable Clay Cooking Stove. Environmental Education, 24, 85-91..
  • 2013.03, Tokunaga S., Yamamoto J. (2013) Responsiveness of environmental education to the Great East Japan Earthquake ―Science Cafe―. Environmental Education after the Great East Japan Earthquake (Environmental Education in Japan), pp. 209, The Japanese Society of Environmental Education, Tokyo..
  • 2012.03, Shitaoka Y., Miyoshi M., Yamamoto J., Miyoshi M. and Takemura K.(2012)Study program to estimate hinterland using several separation methods for beach samd. Education of Earth Science 65, 51-61..
  • 2012.03, Yamamoto J., Tokunaga S. and Shitaoka Y.(2012)Availability of mantle carbon as an educational resource for environmental education. Environmental Education 21, 64-73..
  • 2011.05, Shitaoka Y., Miyoshi M., Mawatari H., Yoshikawa S., Yamamoto J., Watanabe K., Saito T., Sugimoto T., Yamada M., Miyoshi M. and Takemura K.(2011)Observation of magma formation using familiar products (in Japanese with English abstract). Education of Earth Science 64, 53-69..