Yoshimitsu SUDA

Ph.D.(Hiroshima University)



Name: Yoshimitsu Suda
Academic degree: Ph.D. Hiroshima University, 2004
Position: Associate Professor
Nationality: Japan
Affiliation: Faculty of Education, Nagasaki University
Email: geosuda(at)nagasaki-u.ac.jp

Educational Qualification

March, 1999: B.Sc. in Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Hiroshima University.
March, 2001: M.Sc. in Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Hiroshima University.
March, 2004: Ph.D. in Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Hiroshima University. Thesis: Lower crustal anatexis and petrogenesis of arc granitoids in the paleo-intra-oceanic island arc, the Asago body of the Yakuno Ophiolite, Southwest Japan.

Employment

2004-2005: Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University, Postdoctoral Researcher.
2004-2005: Geologist, 46th Japan Antarctic Research Expedition.
2005-2007: National Institute of Polar Research, Postdoctoral Research Fellow.
2007-2009: Center for Chronological Research, Nagoya University, Postdoctoral Research Fellow.
2009-2011: Department of Geoscience, Osaka City University, Assistant Professor.
2011-2012:  Center for Obsidian and Lithic Studies, Meiji University, Postdoctoral Research Fellow.
2012-2014: Center for Obsidian and Lithic Studies, Meiji University, Assistant Professor.
2014-present: Faculty of Education, Nagasaki University, Associate Professor.

Membership

Member, Geological Society of Japan, JAPAN.
Member, Japan Association of Mineralogical Sciences, JAPAN.
Member, International Association for Obsidian Studies (IAOS)
Member, Society for American Archaeology (SAA)

Awards

The Geological Society of Japan Young Scientist Award, 2011

Specialty

Geology, Igneous petrology, Geochemistry, Geochronology, X-ray analysis

Research key words

Migmaite, Magma, Ophiolite, Gondwana, Antarctica, Crustal Evolution, Obsidian

Research interests

Migmatite and genesis of granitoids
Origin of ophiolite: tectonics and petrography
Lower crustal process: anatexis and magma generation
Geochemistry of geological and archeological obsidian: analytical method

Selected publications

  • Suda, Y. and Tsuchiya, M. (2015). Characterization and compilation of obsidian sources in Kirigamine area for the provenance study of obsidian artifact from the Hiroppara prehistoric sites, central Japan. Natural Resource Environment and Humans, no. 5, pp. 65-82 (in Japanese with English abstract)..
  • Suda, Y., Hayasaka, Y. and Kimura, K. (2014) Crustal evolution of a Paleozoic intra-oceanic island arc–back-arc basin system constrained by the geochemistry and geochronology of the Yakuno ophiolite, southwest Japan, Journal of Geological Research, vol.2014, Article ID 652484, 10p., http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/652484.
  • Suda, Y. (2014) Application of internal standard method to non-destructive analysis of obsidian artifacts by Wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence Spectrometry. BAR International Series 2620, pp. 33–45.
  • Suda, Y., Yamada, M., Ryzhov, S. and Stepanchuk, V. (2014) Preliminary report on obsidian petrography from the Transcarpathian region in Ukraine. Natural Resource Environment and Humans, No. 4, pp. 21–37.
  • Йошимицу Суда, Масайоши Ямада, Сергей Рыжов, Вадим Степанчук (2014) Предварительное сообщение о петрографии обсидиана из Закарпатья (Украина). International Joint Research Project Report 2013, Archaeological and Geological Researches in Ukraine, Chapter 1, ed. by M. Yamada, Center for Obsidian and Lithic Studies.
  • Suda, Y. (2013). Quantitative analytical methodology for major elements in silicate rocks by Wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer. Natural Resource Environment and Humans, no. 3, pp. 31-45 (in Japanese with English abstract).
  • Suda, Y. (2012) Chemical analysis of obsidian by Wave Length-dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry: application to nondestructive analysis of archeological obsidian artifacts. Natural Resource Environment and Humans, no. 2, pp. 1-14.
  • Suda, Y. (2012) Characterization and standardization of geological obsidian using physical and chemical appliance: application to the archeological obsidian artifacts. Natural Resource Environment and Humans, no.2, pp. 98.
  • Suda, Y. and Motoyoshi, Y. (2011) X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analysis of Major, Trace and Rare Earth Elements for Silicate Rocks by Low Dilution Glass Bead Method. Antarctic Record, 55, pp. 93-108 (in Japanese with English abstract).
  • Suda, Y., Koizumi, N. and Okudaira, T. (2011) X-ray fluorescence analysis of major, trace and rare earth elements for igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks, sediments and soil. MAGMA, no. 93, pp. 19-32 (in Japanese).
  • Suda, Y., Okudaira, T. and Furuyama, K. (2010) X-ray fluorescence (XRF; RIX-2100) analysis of major and trace elements for silicate rocks by low dilution glass bead method. MAGMA, no. 92, pp. 21-39 (in Japanese).
  • Suda, Y. and Hayasaka, Y. (2009) Genesis and evolutional processes of the Paleozoic oceanic island arc crust, Asago body of the Yakuno ophiolite. Journal of Geological Society of Japan, 115, pp. 266-287 (in Japanese with English abstract).
  • Suda, Y. (2009) Evolutional processes and geotectonic history of Maizuru Terrane, Southwest Japan. Summaries of Researches using AMS at Nagoya University, XX, pp. 39-43.
  • Suda, Y., Kawano, Y., Greg, Y., Korenaga, H. and Hiroi, Y. (2008) Magmatic evolution and tectonic setting of metabasites from Lutzow-Holm Complex, East Antarctica. In Satish-Kumar, M., Motoyoshi, Y., Osanai, Y., Hiroi, Y. and Shiraishi, K. eds, Geodynamic evolution of East Antarctica: a key to the East-West Gondwana connection, Geological Society of London Special Publication, 308, pp. 211-233.
  • Suda, Y. and Hayasaka, Y. (2008) Genesis and evolutional processes of the Paleozoic oceanic island arc crust, Asago body of the Yakuno ophiolite, southwest Japan. International Association for Gondwana Research Conference, Series 7, pp. 39-40.
  • Suda, Y., Kawano, Y., Hiroi, Y. and Kagashima, S. (2007) Geochemistry and Neodymium isotope of metabasites from Lutzow-Holm Complex, East Antarctica: constrains on the tectonic evolution of East Gondwana. International Association for Gondwana Research Conference, Series 4, 146-147.
  • Suda, Y., Kagashima, S., Satish-Kumar. M., Motoyoshi, Y. and Hiroi, Y. (2006) Geochemistry of mafic metamorphic rocks in the Lutzow-Holm Complex, East Antarctica: implications for tectonic evolution. Polar Geoscience, 19, pp. 62–88.
  • Suda, Y. (2004) Crustal anatexis and evolution of granitoid magma in Permian intra-oceanic island arc, the Asago body of the Yakuno ophiolite, Southwest Japan. Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences, 99, pp. 339-356.

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