Current affiliation: Hokkaido DaigakuSubject speciality: Earth And Planetary SciencesPrimary location: Japan
Published in:Himalayan Journal of SciencesPublication date:2008-01-21
Published in:Himalayan Journal of SciencesPublication date:2008-02-08
Published in:Bulletin of the Department of GeologyPublication date:2009-09-14
First integrated magnetism and grain size study of the fluvio-lacustrine deposits from Dhapasi section situated north of Ring Road and NW of Mahara...
Published in:Island ArcPublication date:2005-12-01
Published in:Journal of geomagnetism and geoelectricityPublication date:1989-01-01
The only prominent volcanic rocks in Central Nepal Lesser Himalaya have preserved several components of remanent magnetizations that can be separat...
Published in:Journal of Asian Earth SciencesPublication date:1999-10-01
Published in:Atmospheric EnvironmentPublication date:2005-04-01
Sampling leaves from the most widely available trees along roadsides seemingly polluted by pollution (trafic or industrial), measuring their magnet...
Published in:Geophysical Journal InternationalPublication date:1994-04-01
Published in:ScientometricsPublication date:2012-02-11
Published in:2015 IIAI 4th International Congress on Advanced Applied InformaticsPublication date:2015-07-01
Published in:Journal of Applied GeophysicsPublication date:2000-09-01
The Pokhara city and its sorrounding suburb within the Pokhara valley sits on quaternary sediments made of clastic sediments such as clay, silt, sa...
Published in:Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Parts A/B/CPublication date:2004-01-01
Published in:Journal of Asian Earth SciencesPublication date:2007-04-01
Published in:Geophysical Journal InternationalPublication date:2012-07-03
Magnetic polarity and fabric of Siwaliks, Nepal
Published in:Earth Planets and SpacePublication date:2000-05-01
Published in:TectonophysicsPublication date:2001-07-01
Published in:Geophysical Journal InternationalPublication date:2000-09-01
Magnetic polarity dating of the most splendid exposure of Siwalik sediments. Magnetic analysis of sediment cores drilled every 10 m along a 3600 m ...
Published in:TectonophysicsPublication date:2003-12-01
Published in:Geophysical Journal InternationalPublication date:2001-09-01
Published in:TectonophysicsPublication date:2003-12-18
Published in:Earth and Planetary Science LettersPublication date:2002-10-01
Published in:Journal of Asian Earth SciencesPublication date:2002-02-01
Published in:Special Paper 383: Orogenic curvature: Integrating paleomagnetic and structural analysesPublication date:2004-01-01