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All abstracts by Kotaro Shirai in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Speleothem as Archive of Past Volcanism: Impact of Kikai Volcano Eruption (7.3 ka) on a Remote Oceanic Island
Tanaka K, Miki T, Takahata N, Uemura R, Asami R, Yu T-L, Shen C-C, Shirai K, Murakami-Sugihara N, Toyama K & Sano Y

(2020) Unraveling the Secrets Recorded in the Chemistry of Bivalve Shells
Schöne BR, Schnabel E, Höche N, Murakami-Sugihara N, Jochum KP, Nishida K, Peharda M, Markulin K, Unvanović H & Shirai K

(2019) High Resolution Analysis of Bivalve Shell by NanoSIMS
Sano Y, Shirai K, Takahata N & Ishida A

(2019) Sea Surface pH over the Last 7 kyr Reconstructed by Boron Isotope Ratio of Sclerosponges
Tanaka K, Shirai K, Kitamura A & Shinjo R

(2019) Helium Isotopes Reveal Continuous and Intensive Degassing in Kagoshima Bay, Japan
Escobar MT, Takahata N, Shirai K, Kagoshima T, Tanaka K, Obata H & Sano Y

(2016) Geochemical Study on Precious Coral Skeletons: Effects of Biomineralization and Environmental Variation
Tanaka K, Ishida A, Takahata N, Dueñas L, Shirai K, Watanabe T, Kahng S & Sano Y

(2016) Geochemical Analyses of Fossil Shells of Gafrarium Tumidum Collected from Tongatapu Island and its Application for Paleoceanography and Archaeology during the Holocene
Fukuyo N, Kubota K, Clark G, Miyairi Y, Tsuzuki K, Shirai K, Higuchi T & Yokohama Y

(2015) Study on Geochemical Composition of Precious Coral Skeletons
Tanaka K, Ishida A, Shirai K, Hori M, Takahata N & Sano Y

(2015) Mussel Shell Records the Impact of a Huge Tsunami on Coastal Environment
Sugihara N, Shirai K, Hori M, Fukuda H, Amano Y, Seike K, Sano Y & Ogawa H

(2015) NanoSIMS Analyses of Mediterranean Mussel Shells
Sano Y, Sugihara N, Shirai K, Hori M, Ishida A & Takahata N

(2015) Sulfides in Oxic Seawater over the Submarine Hydrothermal Area of Kikai Caldera South of Kyushu Island, Japan
Nakayama N, Shirai K, Sano Y, Gamo T & Obata H

(2014) Super-High Resolution Analysis of Mussel Shell by NanoSIMS
Sano Y, Sugihara N, Shirai K, Hori M, Ishida A, Takahata N & Fujii Y

(2013) Ion Microprobe U-Pb Dating and Sr Isotope Measurement of a Protoconodont
Sano Y, Toyoshima K, Shirai K, Takahata N, Sato T & Komiya T

(2013) Sub-Daily Elemental Fluctuation in Mussel Shell
Shirai K, Miyaji T, Schöne B & Tanabe K

(2012) Distribution of Helium Isotope Ratio in the Central Indian Ocean
Hara T, Takahata N, Sano Y, Shirai K, Ohmori K & Gamo T

(2011) Diurnal Cycle of Strontium/Calcium Ratio in a Giant Clam Shell: A Super-Fine Pyrheliometer
Sano Y, Kobayashi S, Shirai K, Takahata N, Watanabe T, Sowa K & Iwai K

(2010) Eel Larvae may Hatch in the Surface Layer Near the West Mariana Ridge: Ion Microprobe δ18O Analysis with 7 μm Spatial Resolution in Glass Eel Otoliths
Shirai K, Otake T, Kuroki M, Ushikubo T, Kita N, Amano Y, Tsukamoto K & Valley J

(2009) Distribution of 3He Plume and Deep-Sea Circulation in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean
Sano Y, Tokutake T, Takahata N, Shirai K, Tanaka K & Fujio S

(2008) Micro Scale Elemental Distribution in Planktonic Foraminifera Tests: Effect of Different Biology
Shirai K, Kuroyanagi A & Sano Y

(2007) Minor and Trace Element Geochemistry of a Branching Coral Acropora sp. Skeleton
Shirai K, Takahata N, Amakawa H, Watanabe T, Kawashima T, Sowa K & Sano Y

(2007) Distribution of 3He Plumes and Deep-Sea Circulation in the Central Pacific Ocean
Takahata N, Kiyota K, Shirai K, Nishizawa M, Sano Y & Gamo T

(2006) Elemental fractionation in biogenic calcium carbonates.
Shirai K, Watanabe T, Takahata N & Sano Y

(2006) Helium isotopes of seawater in adjacent sea of Japan
Sano Y, Horiguchi K, Takahata N, Shirai K, Oda S & Gamo T

(2004) Helium-3 Plume at 25˚S on the East Pacific Rise
Sano Y, Agarwal M, Nishizawa M, Shirai K, Inoue Y & Takahata N

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