KIMURA Makoto

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Name
KIMURA Makoto
Affiliation
National Institute of Polar Research
Section
College of Science, Department of Science Course of Earth Sciences
Job title
Professor,Department of Major in Physical Sciences,Doctoral Program of the Graduate School of Science and Engi,others

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
Apr 2007
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Mar 2009
Mineralogical Society of America  Nominating Committee
 
Jan 2006
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Aug 2008
Mineralogical Society of America  Local Organizing Committee
 
Jan 1999
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Dec 2004
Mineralogical Society of America  Nomenclature Committee
 

Awards & Honors

 
2014
Japan Association of Mineralogical Sciences Award
 
2012
Fellow, Meteoritical Society
 

Published Papers

 
KIMURA Makoto
Polar Science   15 24-28   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Oxygen isotope characteristics of chondrules from recent studies by secondary ion mass spectrometry
Tenner T.J., Ushikubo T., Nakashima D., Schrader D.L., Weisberg M.K., Kimura M. and Kita N.T.
In: Chondrules, pp.196-246, Ed. by S. Russell, H. Connolly, Jr, S. Krot, Cambridge University Press      2018   [Refereed]
First evidence for silica condensation within the solar protoplanetary disk
Komatsu M., Fagan T. J., Krot A. N., Nagashima K., Petaev M. I., Kimura M., and Yamaguchi A.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences   115 7497-7502   2018   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Meteorite Newsletter, Vol. 26
A. Yamaguchi, M. Kimura, N. Imae, and 4 authors
   2018

Books etc

 
Petrology and mineralogy of an unusual Ningqiang carbonaceous chondrite
Syntetic and natural rock systems Allied Publishder LTD.   1997   
Immiscibility phenomena in the NaScSi2O6-CaNiSi2O6 pyroxene system at 6GPa pressure
Synthetic and natural rock systems Allied Publisher LTD.   1997   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Ion microprobe analyses of rare earth elements in an extremely ultrarefractory nodule from the Efremovka CV3 chondrite
Lunar Planet. Sci. 39   2008   
Oxygen isotope systematics of chondrules from the least equilibrated H chondrite
Lunar Planet. Sci. 39   2008   

Association Memberships