UEMURA Kazuhiko

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Name
UEMURA Kazuhiko
Affiliation
National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo
Section
Department of Geology and Paleontology, Division of Paleoenvironment and Paleoecology, Division of Biotic Evolution
Job title
Head
Degree
Doctor of Science(Hokkaido University), Master of Engeneering(Akita University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2012
 - 
Today
Honorary Research Fellow, National Museum of Nature and Science
 

Misc

 
The Late Miocene Miyata flora of Akita Prefecture, Northeast Honshu, Japan
Bulletin of the National Science Museum   16(4)    1972
The Late Miocene Sanzugawa flora of Akita Prefecture, Northeast Honshu, Japan
Bulletin of the National Science Museum   17(4)    1973
The Oligocene Noda flora from the Yuya-wan area of the western end of Honshu, Japan, Parts 1,2.
Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Ser. C      1991
Tertiary conifers in time and space
Japanese Journal of Historical Botany   5    1990
Daijima-type floras (Miocene) in southwestern Hokkaido and the northern part of Honshu, Japan
Memoirs of the National Science Museum   21    1988

Books etc

 
Late Miocene Floras in Northeast Honshu, Japan
National Science Museum, Tokyo   1988   
Cenozoic History of Ginkgo in East Asia.
In T. Hori et al. (eds) : Ginkgo biloba-A Global Treasure. Springer-Verlag. Tokyo   1997   

Works

 
Paleobotanical Survey to Patagonia, Chile
1989
Cenozoic Floral Change in the Southern Part of South America
1986 - 1987
Cretaceous in Sakhalin and Cretaceous events in North Pacific
1993 - 1994
Cretaceous in Sakhalin and Cretaceous events in North Pacific-(]G0002[)
1996
Cretaceous in Sakhalin and Cretaceous events in North Pacific
1997 - 1998

Research Grants & Projects

 
Taxonomic studies on Cretaceous and Paleogene plants in East Asia
Tertiary floras in the circum Japan Sea areas: Paleobotany and Biostratigraphy
Floras and Vegetational history of Chile Patagonia in the Cretaceous and Tertiary.