8/08/2017

Farewell Party for Arina

こんにちは、M2の尾崎です。天気がようやく夏らしくなってきましたね。

77日にArinaの送別会が行われました。
Arinaはモスクワ国立大学の博士課程で、ロシアの永久凍土について研究をしています。
理学系の日露学生交流プログラム(STEPS)で横山研に二ヶ月間留学していました。
送別会の様子

当日はArinaBlini(блины)という料理を作ってくれました。
(彼女は送別される側でしたが、わざわざ作りたいと言ってくれました。ありがとう!)
Blini looks like crêpe
ロシアに住む人は、長い冬が終わる時にこれをお祝いに食べるそうです。
ジャムやチョコソースとの相性は抜群でした。ごちそうさまでした。
ドーナツや宮入さんが作ってくださった杏仁豆腐もいただき、満腹の送別会でした。


Arinaには記念に東大アカデミックガウン仕様のハローキティをプレゼント。
キティちゃんはロシアでも人気みたいです。
Hello Kitty in UTokyo’s academic dress as a present

また会う日まで!


We held a farewell party for Arina, a PhD student from Moscow State University.
She researches permafrost in Russia.
She was a member of our lab during these 2 months.

She made blini for us, a Russian popular cuisine. Thank you Arina!
People in Russia eat it when winter is over.
It was so delicious with jam or chocolate.

We also ate doughnuts and Annin tofu(杏仁豆腐), which Yosuke made for us.
See you next time Arina! :)


8/03/2017

2017/08/01 New Papers(Elsevier)

New Papers(Elsevier)
2017/07/24~30

Chemical Geology
Influence of exchangeable oxygen on biogenic silica oxygen isotope data
Anthony J. Menicucci, Howard J. Spero, Joy Matthews, Sanjai J. Parikh

Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Reassessment of the 13C/12C and 14C/12C isotopic fractionation ratio and its impact on high-precision radiocarbon dating
Simon M. Fahrni, John R. Southon, Guaciara M. Santos, Sanne W.L. Palstra, Harro A.J. Meijer, Xiaomei Xu

Uranium uptake history, open-system behaviour and uranium-series ages of fossil Tridacna gigas from Huon Peninsula, Papua New Guinea
Bridget F. Ayling, Stephen Eggins, Malcolm T. McCulloch, John Chappell, Rainer Grün, Graham Mortimer

Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
Oxygen stable isotopic disparities among sympatric small land snail species from northwest Minnesota, USA
Yurena Yanes, Jeffrey C. Nekola, Jason A. Rech, Jeffrey S. Pigati

A low seasonality scenario in the Mediterranean Sea during the Calabrian (Early Pleistocene) inferred from fossil Arctica islandica shells
Gotje von Leesen, Lars Beierlein, Daniele Scarponi, Bernd R. Schöne, Thomas Brey

Quaternary International
Late Quaternary optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) chronology and environmental changes in the Hobq Desert, northern China
Yantian Xu, Zhongping Lai, Tianyuan Chen, Songlin Gong

Evidence for a Younger Dryas deglaciation in the Galicica Mountains (FYROM) from cosmogenic 36Cl
Raphael Gromig, Silke Mechernich, Adriano Ribolini, Bernd Wagner, Giovanni Zanchetta, Ilaria Isola, Monica Bini, Tibor J. Dunai

Quaternary Science Reviews
Timing of last deglaciation in the Cantabrian Mountains (Iberian Peninsula; North Atlantic Region) based on in situ-produced 10Be exposure dating
Laura Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Montserrat Jiménez-Sánchez, María José Domínguez-Cuesta, Vincent Rinterknecht, Raimon Pallàs

Depositional evolution of the Lower Khuzestan plain (SW Iran) since the end of the Late Pleistocene
Frieda Bogemans, Rindert Janssens, Cecile Baeteman

Late Pleistocene-Holocene vegetation and climate change in the Middle Kalahari, Lake Ngami, Botswana
Carlos E. Cordova, Louis Scott, Brian M. Chase, Manuel Chevalier

Glacial to Holocene changes in sea surface temperature and seawater δ18O in the northern Indian Ocean
Tabish Raza, Syed Masood Ahmad, Stephan Steinke, Waseem Raza, Mahjoor Ahmad Lone, Santosh Kumar Beja, Gorti Suseela

Relative sea-level changes and glacio-isostatic adjustment on the Magdalen Islands archipelago (Atlantic Canada) from MIS 5 to the late Holocene
Audrey M. Rémillard, Guillaume St-Onge, Pascal Bernatchez, Bernard Hétu, Jan-Pieter Buylaert, Andrew S. Murray, Patrick Lajeunesse

Sensitivity of Last Interglacial sea-level high stands to ice sheet configuration during Marine Isotope Stage 6
S. Dendy, J. Austermann, J.R. Creveling, J.X. Mitrovica

Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Global and Planetary Change
Marine Geology
Quaternary Geochronology
Quaternary Research

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7/18/2017

2017/07/18 New papers (Nature, Science, etc…)

New papers (Nature, Science, etc…)
2017/07/10-07/16


Nature Geoscience
1. Reduced North American terrestrial primary productivity linked to anomalous Arctic warming
Jin-Soo Kim, Jong-Seong Kug, Su-Jong Jeong, Deborah N. Huntzinger, Anna M. Michalak, Christopher R. Schwalm, Yaxing Wei & Kevin Schaefer

2. Warmer Arctic weakens vegetation
Ana Bastos

3. Formation of plateau landscapes on glaciated continental margins
David L. Egholm, John D. Jansen, Christian F. Brædstrup, Vivi K. Pedersen, Jane L. Andersen, Sofie V. Ugelvig, Nicolaj K. Larsen & Mads F. Knudsen


PNAS
4. Early Paleocene landbird supports rapid phylogenetic and morphological diversification of crown birds after the K-Pg mass extinction
Daniel T. Ksepka, Thomas A. Stidham, and Thomas E. Williamson

5. Behavioral self-organization underlies the resilience of a coastal ecosystem
Hélène de Paoli, Tjisse van der Heide, Aniek van den Berg, Brian R. Silliman, Peter M. J. Herman, and Johan van de Koppel


Nature Communications
6. Corrigendum: Glacial isostatic uplift of the European Alps
Jürgen Mey, Dirk Scherler, Andrew D. Wickert, David L. Egholm, Magdala Tesauro, Taylor F. Schildgen & Manfred R. Strecker

7. Recent pause in the growth rate of atmospheric CO2 due to enhanced terrestrial carbon uptake
Trevor F. Keenan, I. Colin Prentice, Josep G. Canadell, Christopher A. Williams, Han Wang, Michael Raupach & G. James Collatz




7/17/2017

2017/07/18 New Papers(AGU,etc.)

New Papers(AGU,EGU,GSA)
2017/07/10~16

Climate of the past
1. Does Belgian Holocene speleothem records solar forcing and cold events?
Mohammed Allan, Adrien Deliège, Sophie Verheyden, Samuel Nicolay, Yves Quinif, and Nathalie Fagel

2. The last glacial termination on the eastern flank of the central Patagonian Andes (47 ° S)
William I. Henríquez, Rodrigo Villa-Martínez, Isabel Vilanova, Ricardo De Pol-Holz, and Patricio I. Moreno

Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
3. Distinct control mechanism of fine-grained sediments from Yellow River and Kyushu supply in the northern Okinawa Trough since the last glacial
Debo Zhao, Shiming Wan, Samuel Toucanne, Peter D. Clift, Ryuji Tada, Sidonie Révillon, Yoshimi Kubota, Xufeng Zheng, Zhaojie Yu, Jie Huang, Hanchao Jiang, Zhaokai Xu, Xuefa Shi, Anchun Li

Geophysical Research Letters
4. Tree-Ring Reconstructed Rainfall over the Southern Amazon Basin 
Lidio Lopez, David Stahle, Ricardo Villalba, Max Torbenson, Song Feng, and Edward Cook

5. Permafrost collapse shifts alpine tundra to a carbon source but reduces N2O and CH4 release on the northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
C. C. Mu, B. W. Abbott, Q. Zhao, H. Su, S. F. Wang, Q. B. Wu, T. J. Zhang, X. D. Wu 

6. 1200-Year Composite Ice Core Record of Aleutian Low Intensification
E. C. Osterberg, D. A. Winski, K. J. Kreutz, C. P. Wake, D. G. Ferris, S. Campbell, D. Introne, M. Handley, S. Birkel

Global Biogeochemical Cycles
7. Sea-air exchange patterns along the central and outer East Siberian Arctic Shelf as inferred from continuous CO2, stable isotope and bulk chemistry measurements
Christoph Humborg, Marc C. Geibel, Leif G. Anderson, Göran Björk, Carl-Magnus Mörth, Marcus Sundbom, Brett F. Thornton, Barbara Deutsch, Erik Gustafsson, Bo Gustafsson, Jörgen Ek, Igor Semiletov

JGR: Oceans
8. Understanding the spatial variation of sea level rise in the North Sea using satellite altimetry
Paul Sterlini, Dewi Le Bars, Hylke de Vries, Nina Ridder 

Paleoceanography
9. Tropical Pacific climate variability over the last 6000 years as recorded in Bainbridge Crater Lake, Galápagos
Diane M. Thompson, Jessica L. Conroy, Aaron Collins, Stephan Hlohowskyj, Jonathan T. Overpeck, Melanie Riedinger-Whitmore, Julia E. Cole, Mark B. Bush, H. Whitney, Timothy L. Corley, Miriam Steinitz Kannan

10. Evidence for a Holocene Climatic Optimum in the Southwest Pacific: a multiproxy study
J. G. Prebble, H. C. Bostock, G. Cortese, A. M. Lorrey, B. W. Hayward, E. C. Calvo, L. C. Northcote, G. H. Scott, H. L. Neil

GSA Bulletin

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