HAGIYA Hiroshi

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Name
HAGIYA Hiroshi
Affiliation
Tokyo City University
Section
Faculty of Knowledge Engineering, Department of Natural Sciences, Tokyo City University, Faculty of Knowledge Engineering, Department of Natural Sciences
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2009
 - 
Today
associate professor, Faculty of Knowledge Engineering, Department of Natural Sciences, Tokyo City University
 
2009
   
 
Apr 2009 - Associate Professor Earth Science, Department of Natural Sciences, Faculty of Knowledge Engineering, Tokyo City University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1990
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
Estimation of Sediment transport based on mineral and chemical composition of beach sand -Case studies on Shonan and Kujukuri Coast, Japan.
Atsuko Ishii, Hiroshi Hagiya, Kunihiro Watanabe
Annual Journal of Civil Engineering in the Ocean   vol.25(No.1) 1107-1111   2009
Study about origin of beach sediment based on chemical composition of beach sand on Kujuukuri Coast.
Atsuko ISHII, Hiroshi HAGIYA, Kunihiro WATANABE
Annual Journal of Civil Engineering in the Ocean   Vo;.26(No.1) 1125-1130   2010

Books etc

 
Literacy, as a key to reading the context of the world
Kizasu-Shobou   2010   ISBN:978-4-86065-054-4
Shogakukan NEO Illustrated Book of Rocks, Minerals and Fossils
Shogakukan   2012   ISBN:9784092172180

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Study about origin of beach sediment based on chemical composition of beach sand on Kujuukuri Coast.
Annual Meeting of Civil Engineering in the Ocean   2010   
Establishment of a new department of natural sciences in a university
JpGU 2013   2013   

Works

 
Field Programme on the Volcanoes in Hawaii Island
2010
Field Programme in Fiji Islands
2007
Field Excursion in Hawaii Island
2007
Field Programme in Fiji Islands
2008

Research Grants & Projects

 
Trace element geochemistry of volcanics and sediments in Fiji Islands: implications to island arc crust evolution.
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2003 - 2005