SUTO, Itsuki

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Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
Yanagisawa, Y. & Suto, I.
Journal of the Japanese Association for Petroleum Thechnology   68(4) 359-368   Jul 2002
Suto, I., Yanagisawa, Y. & Takahashi,M.
Journal of the Japanese Association for Petroleum Thechnology   67(5) 501-511   Sep 2002
Suto, I., Takahashi,M. & Yanagisawa, Y.
Journal of Geological Society of Japan   109(1) 48-62   Jan 2003

Books etc

 
Diatoms, The Database of Japanese Fossil Type Specimens Described During the 20th Century (Part 3).
Special Publication of the Palaeontological Society of Japan   Dec 2003   
The Database on Geological Museum Samples (DGEMS)
http://www.aist.go.jp/RIODB/dform/   2004   
Paleoceanographic and tectonic evolution of the central Arctic Ocean. Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 302 Scientific Prospectus, ACEX Arctic Coring Expedition
http://www.ecord.org/exp/acex/302SP.pdf   2004   
Paleoceanographic and tectonic evolution of the central Arctic Ocean 7 August–13 September 2004. Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 302 Preliminary Report, Arctic Coring Expedition (ACEX)
http://www.ecord.org/exp/acex/302PR.pdf   2004   
Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, 302.
2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Pliocene and Pleistocene diatom floras from the Canterbury Basin (IODP Expedition 317 Hole U1352B), off New Zealand
2012   
Diatom, silicoflagellate and ebridian biostrati- graphy and paleoceano- graphy at the Bering slope site
Paleontologycal Society of Japan   2012   
Changes of upwelling system across the Eocene/Oligocene boundary in Norwegian Sea estimated by diatom resting spore analysis
Cretaceous-Paleogene palaeoenvironments, tectonics and biostratigraphy of the Arctic and subarctic, A workshop to discuss recent advances and future direction   2011   
Middle Eocene diatom resting spores from the central Arctic Basin
The 4th Joint Meeting of the Silicofossil and Palynology groups of The Micropalaeontological Society (TMS)   2011   
Changes in upwelling mechanisms drove the evolution of marine organisms, estimated by three events of genus Chaetoceros
3rd Polar Marine Diatom Taxonomy and Ecology Workshop   2011