SAKAI Hideo

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Name
SAKAI Hideo
Affiliation
University of Toyama
Section
Faculty of Science, Department of Earth Science
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(Osaka University), Master of Engineering(Osaka University)

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
矢澤拓磨, 森本健志, 松村慶, 泉吉紀, 酒井英男
大気電気学会誌   11(1) 121   Nov 2017
宮本裕紀, 森本健志, 中村佳敬, 嶋村重治, 牛尾知雄, 酒井英男, 清水雅仁, 永田広大
大気電気学会誌   11(1) 39-40   Nov 2017
梶原正鶴, 中村佳敬, 坂戸雅智, 森本健志, 紅谷郁弥, 酒井英男
大気電気学会誌   11(1) 31-32   Nov 2017
宮本裕紀, 森本健志, 中村佳敬, 牛尾知雄, 酒井英男, 清水雅仁, 永田広大
電気関係学会関西連合大会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   7 15   Nov 2017
紅谷郁弥, 森本健志, 中村佳敬, 酒井英男
電気関係学会北陸支部連合大会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2 5   Sep 2017

Books etc

 
Rock magnetic study on boring core samples of Bandai Volcano and deposits of Okinajima Debris (jointly worked)
Bandai Volcano-recent progress on hazard prevention-   1997   
Paleomagnetic dating on the lake sediments
1998   
Paleomagnetic and rockmagnetic studies on Lake Baikal sediments
「Lake Baikal : A mirror in time and space for understanding global change processes」Elsevier Science, Amsterdam   2000   
Paleoclimatic signals printed in Lake Baikal sediments
「Lake Baikal : A mirror in time and space for understanding global change processes」Elsevier Science, Amsterdam   2000   
Long-term late Cenozoic global environmental changes inferred from Lake sediments
"Long continental records from Lake Baikal", Springer-Verlag Tokyo   2003   

Works

 
Study of paleo-environment by the magnetization of sediment at Lake Baikal
1995 - 1999
Hazard map(temperature damage)at active volcanoe from the magentization in the material
1997

Research Grants & Projects

 
Secular variation of geomagnetic field and its effect on the paleoenvironment
Observation of geomagnetism and geoelectricity, and its relation with lightning, life science and/or crustal movement
Magnetic method to estimate the heating history of the material-application in volcanology and archaeology
Environmental electromagnetism and life science
Survey of propagation of lightning current underground by the magnetization of soil