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Reseach Interests


Curriculum Vitae

Shigeru Yamashita

Birth year/place: 1962/Tokyo

Present address: Institute for Study of the Earth's Interior, Okayama University, Misasa, Tottori 682-0193, Japan
e-mail) shigeru@misasa.okayama-u.ac.jp
phone) 81-858-43-3738
fax) 81-858-43-3450

EDUCATION

March 1986: B.S., Earth Sciences, Chiba University, Chiba
March 1988: M.S., Earth Sciences, Chiba University, Chiba
March 1991: Ph.D., Geology, University of Tokyo, Tokyo

RESEARCH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCES

April 1992 - September 1993: JSPS Postdoctoral research fellow at the Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
April 1992 - September 1993: Part-time lecturer (Earth Sciences) at the Gakushu-in College, Tokyo
October 1993 - September 1998: Research associate, Institute for Study of the Earth's Interior, Okayama University
December 2001 - February 2003: Alexander von Humboldt research fellow at Institut fuer Mineralogie, Universitaet Hannover, Germany
January 2009 – April 2009: Visiting scientist, Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington
April 2013 – September 2013: Part-time lecturer at Hiroshima University
October 1998 - present: Associate professor, Institute for Study of the Earth's Interior, Okayama University

AWARD

2001: Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow

MEMBERSHIPS

Volcanological Society of Japan
Geological Society of Japan
American Geophysical Union
Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology

PEER REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

  1. Chertkova, N. and Yamashita, S. (2015). In situ spectroscopic study of water speciation in the depolymerized Na2Si2O5 melt. Chemical Geology 409, 149-156. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2015.05.012
  2. Chertkova, N., Yamashita, S., Ito, E. and Shimojuku, A. (2014). High-pressure synthesis and application of a 13C diamond pressure sensor for experiments in a hydrothermal diamond anvil cell. Mineralogical Magazine 78, 1677-1685.
  3. Azuma, S., Katayama, I., Hirauchi, K. and Yamashita, S. (2010). Strength contrast between plagioclase and olivine at water-rich Moho depths. Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 105, 186-290. doi:10.2465/jmps.100618b
  4. Mysen, B.O. and Yamashita, S. (2010). Speciation of reduced C–O–H volatiles in coexisting fluids and silicate melts determined in-situ to ~1.4 GPa and 800 °C. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 4577–4588.
  5. McCubbin F.M., Steele, A., Haurim E.H., Nekvasil, H., Yamashita, S. and Hemley, R.J. (2010). Nominally hydrous magmatism on the Moon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1006677107.
  6. Manthilake, M.A.G.M., Matsuzaki, T., Yoshino, T., Yamashita, S., Ito, E. and Katsura, T. Electrical conductivity of wadsleyite as a function of temperature and water content. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 174, 10-18, 2009.
  7. Mysen, B.O., Yamashita, S. and Chertkova, N. (2008). Solubility and solution mechanisms of NOH volatiles in silicate melts at high pressure and temperature - ammine groups and hydrogen fugacity. American Mineralogist 93, 1760-1770.
  8. Behrens, H. and Yamashita, S. (2008). Water speciation in hydrous sodium tetrasilicate and hexasilicate melts: constraint from high temperature NIR spectroscopy. Chemical Geology 256, 306-315.
  9. Yamashita, S., Behrens, H., Schmidt, B. and Dupree, R. (2008). Water speciation in sodium silicate glasses based on NIR and NMR spectroscopy. Chemical Geology 256, 231-241.
  10. Miyoshi, M., Hasenaka, T., Mori, Y. and Yamashita, S. (2007). Origin of compositional heterogeneity within Tochinoki andesitic lava flow from the western part of Aso caldera. Japanese Magazine of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 36, 15-29. (in Japanese)
  11. Yoshino, T., Matsuzaki, T., Yamashita, S. and Katsura, T. (2006). Hydrous olivine unable to account for conductivity anomaly at the top of the asthenosphere. Nature 443, 973-976.
  12. Nishimura, K., Kawamoto, T., Kobayashi, T., Sugimoto, T., and Yamashita, S. (2005). Melt inclusion analysis of the Unzen 1991-1995 dacite: implications for crystallization processes of dacite magma. Bulletin of Volcanology 67, 648-662.
  13. Sano, T. and Yamashita, S. (2004). Experimental petroloy of basement lavas from Ocean Drilling Program Leg 192: implications for differentiation processes in Ontong Java Plateau magmas. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 229, 185-218.
  14. Kawamoto, T., Kagi, H., Yamashita, S., Handa, T. Matsukage, K., Ikemoto, Y., Moriwaki, T. and Kimura, H. (2003). Mid infrared throughput with a 5 µm aperture for H2O determination of an andesitic glass: Comparison of synchrotron radiation source at SPring-8 with conventional light sources. Geochemical Journal 37, 253-259.
  15. Ogo, Y. and Yamashita, S. (1999). Preparation of thin glass wafer for infrared spectroscopy. Bulletin of the Volcanological Society of Japan 44, 251-254 (in Japanese).
  16. Yamashita, S. (1999). Experimental study of the effect of temperature on water solubility in natural rhyolite melt to 100 MPa. Journal of Petrology 40, 1497-1507.
  17. Yamashita, S., Kitamura, T. and Kusakabe, M. (1997). Infrared spectroscopy of hydrous glasses of arc magma compositions. Geochemical Journal 31,169-174.
  18. Yamashita, S., Tatsumi, Y. and Nohda, S. (1996). Temporal variation in primary magma compositions in the northeast Japan Arc. Island Arc 5, 276-288.
  19. Tatsumi, Y., Furukawa, Y. and Yamashita, S. (1994). Thermal and geochemical evolution of the mantle wedge in the NE Japan arc: I. contribution from experimental petrology. Journal of Geophysical Research 99, 22275-22284.
  20. Yamashita, S. and Tatsumi, Y. (1994). Thermal and geochemical evolution of the mantle wedge in the NE Japan arc: II. contribution from geochemistry. Journal of Geophysical Research 99, 22285-22294.
  21. Kaneoka, I., Takigami, Y., Takaoka, N., Yamashita, S. and Tamaki, K. (1992). 40Ar-39Ar analyses of volcanic rocks recovered from the Japan Sea floor by Leg127/128: constraint on the formation age of the Japan Sea. In Tamaki, K., Suyehiro, K., Allan, J., McWilliams, M., et al., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt.2, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 819-836.
  22. Nohda, S., Tatsumi, Y., Yamashita, S. and Fujii, T. (1992). Geochemistry of Leg127 basalts: implication for the evolutionary history of the Japan Sea backarc basin. In Tamaki, K., Suyehiro, K., Allan, J., McWilliams, M., et al., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt.2, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 899-904.
  23. Yamashita, S. and Fujii, T. (1992). Experimental petrology of basement basaltic rocks from ODP Leg127/128 Sites 794 and 797, Japan Sea. In Tamaki, K., Suyehiro, K., Allan, J., McWilliams, M., et al., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt.2, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 891-898.
  24. Yamashita, S. (1991). Origin of felsic magmas at Meiyo-Daini seamount in Yamato backarc basin, Japan Sea. Bulletin of Volcanological Society of Japan 36. 431-441.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. Yamashita, S., Behrens, H. and Holtz, F. (2003). Water speciation in sodium silicate melts: Constraints from high temperature IR spectroscopy. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67, A556 (special supplement volume for conference abstract).
  2. Yamashita, S. (2002). Water speciation in basaltic melts determined by high-temperature infrared spectroscopy. Journal of Conference Abstracts 7, 108.
  3. Yamashita, S., 1999. Micro-IR spectroscopy of water-bearing silicate glasses: an application to experimental petrology. Jasco Report 41 No. 2, 15-18 (in Japanese).
  4. Yamashita, S., 1992. Petrology of basement basaltic rocks from ODP Leg 127 sites, Japan Sea: its implication for transportation of wedge mantle materials during backarc spreading. Chikyu 6, 229-232 (in Japanese).
  5. Yamashita, S., 1988. Petrology of volcanic rocks from seamounts in Yamato backarc basin, Japan Sea. Kaiyo Kagaku 20, 664-669 (in Japanese).

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