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Anma, Ryo / Professor (by-work)   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1965 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7240 E-mail:  a n m a (@) t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: PhD Field of Study:
His Lecture: Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Lecture on Museum Materials (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School), Sedimentology and Stratigraphy (Bachelor Course), Foundations of Stratigraphy and Structural Geology (Bachelor Course), Environmental changes and Human History (Common Curriculum), Historical Geology (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory for Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 3 (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science I (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science II (Bachelor Course), Advanced Earth Sciences(L) (Graduate School), Advanced Earth Sciences(S) (Graduate School), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 1 (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Structural Geology 1 (Bachelor Course), Structural Geology 2 (Bachelor Course), Seminar in Physics, Chemistry, and Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Earth-Environmental Science in English Text (Common Curriculum), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
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Murata, Akihiro / Professor (by-work)   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1955 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7242 E-mail:  m u r a t a (@) t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Doctor of Science Field of Study: Structural Geology
His Lecture: Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School), Physical Geology (Common Curriculum), Foundations of Stratigraphy and Structural Geology (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory for Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 3 (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science I (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science II (Bachelor Course), Advanced Earth Sciences(L) (Graduate School), Advanced Earth Sciences(S) (Graduate School), Structural Geology and Tectonics (Bachelor Course), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Structural Geology 1 (Bachelor Course), Structural Geology 2 (Bachelor Course), Seminar in Physics, Chemistry, and Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Geology and Environment (Common Curriculum), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: Duplexes and low-angle nappe structures of the Shimanto Terrane in Kyushu and Shikoku, Hokusatu, Hitoyoshi and Nojiri Bends of the Shimanto Terrain in south Kyushu, Nojima fault and its neighboring active faults in Awaji Island, Aridagawa tectonic Line and geologic structures of the Chichibu Terrain in Kii Peninsula, Large landslides of the Totsukawa Hazard in Nara Prefecture, Displacement distribution of the Kaminirogawa fault and dislocation model, Butsuzo Tectonic Line and nappe structures of the Sambagawa and Chichibu Terrains, Geological structures of the Mikabu Greenstones, Northern Chichibu Terrain and Kurosegawa Terrain in Shikoku (Shimanto Terrain, duplex, thrust, nappe, Hokusatsu Bend, active fault, Nojima fault, strike-slip fault, Kaminirogawa fault, Aridagawa Tectonic Line, Chichibu Terrain, Kurosegawa Terrain)
Aoya, Mutsuki / Associate Professor (by-work)   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1971 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7265 E-mail:  a o y a (@) t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Doctor of Science Field of Study: Geology
His Lecture: Plate Tectonics (Common Curriculum), Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School), Petrology and Tectonics of Crustal Rocks (Bachelor Course), Foundations of Environmental Geology (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory for Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 3 (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science I (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science II (Bachelor Course), Advanced Earth Sciences(L) (Graduate School), Advanced Earth Sciences(S) (Graduate School), Rocks and minerals (Common Curriculum), Analytical Petrology (Bachelor Course), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Crystallography (Bachelor Course), Seminar in Physics, Chemistry, and Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Adovanced Evironmental System Analysis (Graduate School), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: 変成岩の形成・上昇に関わるテクトニクス (metamorphic rocks, geological structure, tectonics, petrology)
Nishiyama, Ken-ichi / Associate Professor (by-work)   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1969 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7239 E-mail:  n i s i y a m a (@) i a s . t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Dr. of Science Field of Study: Geology
His Lecture: STEM Practice (Bachelor Course), Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School), Foundations of Environmental Geology (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory for Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Earth Science 3 (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science I (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Earth Science II (Bachelor Course), Advanced Earth Sciences(L) (Graduate School), Advanced Earth Sciences(S) (Graduate School), Disaster prevention of seismic and volcanic hazards (Common Curriculum), Applied Geomorphology (Bachelor Course), Applied Geology (Bachelor Course), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 1 (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Disaster prevention of meteorological hazards (Common Curriculum), Seminar in Physics, Chemistry, and Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Environmental Geology (Bachelor Course), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: Environmental Geology (Engineering Geology, Hazard Geology, Quaternary Research) (Processes of rock weathering, Geological features of landslide, Quaternary system in Southwest Japan)