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Keiko SUZUKI

 Professor
 Kobe Ocean-Bottom Exploration Center (KOBEC)
 Department of Planetology,
 Graduate School of Science
 Faculty of Science


  • e-mail: kamata(at) kobe-u.ac.jp
  • Office: The Graduate School of Science and Technology Bldg 3, room 624
  • Mailing address: Department of Planetology, Graduate School of Science, Kobe University, Nada, Kobe 657-8501, Japan
  • URL(personal): http://www2.kobe-u.ac.jp/~suzuki1/
  • Geological Laboratory WEB


Research Interests:

 Volcanic eruption deposits volcanic material around the volcano. The erupted material remains as strata for a long time, if the deposit preserved against erosion, and the deposit is a witness of the volcanic eruption. The deposit has a lot of informations about the volcanic eruption. Physical volcanology intends to reconstruct the past volcanic eruptive phenomena based on the information of eruptive deposit. There are several methods to reconstruct the past eruption. The study starts from deciding the purpose and the method. Our method are field observation, grain size analysis, component analysis and paleomagnetic measurements of essential fragments in the deposit. Our main interest is the reconstruction of the huge silicic volcanic eruption occurred in the past which nobody observed. I am studying the eruption, flow and emplacement mechanisms of a large-scale pyroclastic flow and mode of caldera formation.


Recent Publications: 

  • Suzuki-Kamata, K. and Ui, T.(1988)'Depositional ramps: Asymmetrical distribution structure in the Ata pyroclastic flow deposit, Japan. Bull. Volcanol., 50, 26-34.
  • Suzuki-Kamata, K. and Kamata, H.(1990)'The proximal facies of the Tosu pyroclastic-flow deposit erupted from Aso caldera, Japan.Bull. Volcanol., 52, 325-333.
  • Kamata, H, and Suzuki-Kamata, K. and Bacon, C.R.(1993)'Deformation of the Wineglass Welded Tuff and the timing of caldera collapse at Crater Lake, Oregon., Jour. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 56, 253-266..
  • Suzuki-Kamata, K., Kamata, H. and Bacon, C.R.(1993)’Evolution of the caldera-forming eruption at Crater Lake, Oregon, indicated by component analysis of lithic fragments.' J. Geophys. Res.,98, 14059-14074.
  • Suzuki-Kamata, K. and Kamata, H.(1997)'Subsidence structures of calderas with the diameter less than 10 km, Proceedings of Oji-seminar on "Neogene Evolution of Pacific Ocean Getways" IGCP-355,160-178.
  • Nakada, S., Nagai, M., Kaneko, T., Nozawa, A., Suzuki-Kamata, K. (2005) Chronology and products of the 2000 eruption of Miyakejima volcano, Japan. Bull. Volcanol.,, 67, 205-217.
  • Suzuki-Kamata, K., Kusano, T. and Yamasaki, K. (2009) Fractal analysis of the fracture strength of lava dome material based on the grain size distribution of block-and-ash flow deposits at Unzen Volcano, Japan.Sedimentary Geology, 220, 162-168.
  • Nakaoka, R. and Suzuki-Kamata, K. (2014) Rock-magnetic evidence for the low-temperature emplacement of the Habushiura pyroclastic density current, Niijima Island, Japan.Geological Society of London Special Publications, 396, 151-66.


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                                           UPDATE: 06/05/2016

     

Department of Planetology, Graduate School of Science, Kobe University

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