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Details for: Yusuke Yokoyama


Yusuke Yokoyama is a Professor at the Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo. He is also appointed at the School of Science (Department of Earth and Planetary Science) as well as at Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences (Graduate Program on Environmental Sciences). He received his PhD from The Australian National University (2000), where he conducted his study at the Research School of Earth Sciences. He then moved to the Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley as a postdoctoral chemist, and then was appointed as a research scientist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Department of Energy, USA, before retuning to Japan in late 2002. He was a lecturer at the Department of Earth and Planetary Science until 2008 and then moved to the Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, where he was an associate professor before becoming a full professor. His research interest is to reconstruct past climate and environments to better understand physics and interactions of Earth’s various components such as cryosphere, ocean, atmosphere as well as biosphere.






(2016) Tracing the Iodine Source of Marine Biota Using Iodine 129 Isotopic Ratio
Kusuno H, Matsuzaki H, Nagata T, Miyairi Y, Yokoyama Y, Ohkouchi N, Tanaka E, Kawamoto M & Tokuyama H




(2016) Preliminary Results of Radiocarbon Dating of Amino Acids: A Novel Tool for Biogeochemistry and Chronology
Ohkouchi N, Itahashi Y, Ishikawa N, Yamane M, Yokoyama Y, Ogawa N, Takano Y, Chikaraishi Y, Yoneda M & Nagata T



(2016) Meteoric 10Be and Compound Specifc 14C Revealed Timing of Colossal Antarctic Ice-Shelf Collapse
Yokoyama Y, Anderson J, Yamane M, Simkins L, Miyairi Y, Yamazaki T, Koizumi M, Suga H, Kusahara K, Prothro L, Hasumi H, Southon J & Ohkouchi N





(2015) Ice Sheet Surge and 25 M Rapid Sea Level Rise at YD 13, 000 Years ago
Esat T, Thomas A, Yokoyama Y, Webster J, Braga J, Humblet M, Potts D, Iryu Y, Thompson B, Fallon S & Hinestrosa G

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Goldschmidt2020 - Theme 14: Global Cycles across time - linking the earth, ocean and atmosphere

Session convener

Goldschmidt2020 - Session 14d: Geochemical Indicators of Past Climate and Environmental Change
Goldschmidt2016 - Session 12e: Recent Advances in Paleoclimate Studies Using Marine Carbonates and Speleothems