Geodynamics Seminar:
“Rehydration of crustal material in the deep mantle and stability of hydrous minerals and nominally anhydrous minerals”
Mr. Goru Takaichi (Master Student, M2, Geodynamics Research Center) abstract


Geodynamics Seminar:
“A challenge to observe the process of faulting in rocks at high pressures”
Dr. Tomohiro Ohuchi (Associate Professor, Geodynamics Research Center) abstract


Geodynamics Seminar:
“Sound velocity measurements at mantle geotherm temperatures: results, problems and perspectives”
Dr. Steeve Gréaux (Assistant Professor, Geodynamics Research Center) abstract

10/14-10/26 Mr. Yasushi Ueno
10/14~10/25 Dr. Toru Inoue
10/16~10/17 Mr. Yusuke Egi
10/23~10/25 Ms. Rei Torigoe
10/25~10/30 Mr. Masamichi Noda

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS                             view all

How were the carbon contents in terrestrial and lunar mantles established?
Carbon degassed from planetary mantles by volcanic activity plays an important role in the planetary surface environment. However, how the carbon content in the Earth’s mantle …
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A deep reservoir of primordial helium in the Earth
A stable isotope of helium, 3He, was produced by the Big Bang and a remnant of the solar nebula.
3He is included in ocean island basalts, …
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Transportation of water into the deep Earth by Al-phase D
Researchers at Ehime University have recently measured the propagation speed of ultrasonic waves in an aluminum-rich hydrous mineral called Al-phase D …
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