FUJIKI Toshiyuki

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FUJIKI Toshiyuki

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Fukuoka University AIG Collaborative Research Institute for International Study on Eruptive History and Informatics, AIG Collaborative Research Institute for International Study on Eruptive History and Informatics
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1997
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Okayama University of Science
 

Committee Memberships

 
Apr 2009
   
 
Palynological society of Japan  member of editorial board
 

Misc

 
Lim J.S. and Fujiki T.
Quaternary Science Reviews   30(19-20) 2487-2497   2011
Nakazawa F., Miyake T., Fujita K., Uetake J., Fujiki T., Aizen V. and Nakawo M.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research   43(1) 66-72   2011
Makohonienko M., Kitagawa H., Fujiki T., Liu X., Yasuda Y., Yin H.
Quaternary International   184(1) 94-108   2008
Takeshi Nakagawa, Masaaki Okuda, Hitoshi Yonenobu, Norio Miyoshi, Toshiyuki Fujiki, Katsuya Gotanda, Pavel E. Tarasov, Yoshimune Morita, Keiji Takemura, Shoji Horie
Geology   36(6) 491-498   2008

Books etc

 
Water Civilization: From Yangtze to Khmer Civilizations
Springer-Verlag   2012   
Pollen flora of Japan
Hokkaido University Press   2011   
The pollen flora of Ryukyu, Japan
2007   
The pollen flora of Yunnan, China
2005   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Radiocarbon chronology of paleoenvironmental changes of the Kashibaru marsh, Northern Kyushu, SW Japan.
The 21st International Radiocarbon Conference   2012   
Human and natural induced environmental deterioration in the Angkor Thom during the declining days of the Khmer kingdom
VIII INQUA-Congress   2011   
The Holocene diatom records of Lake Buyan, Bali Island with implication for ENSO variability.
Association for Environmental Archaeology Annual Conference   2010   
An 8000-year lake record from Bali: implications for climate variability and possible human activities
Association for Environmental Archaeology Annual Conference   2010   
An 8000-year lake record from Bali: implications for climate variability and possible human activities
Association for Environmental Archaeology Annual Conference   2010