Original Papers- NAGAHAMA Hiroyuki -
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[1997]
241.Fractal Grain Boundaries of Recrystallized Quartz and Strain Rate Meter.[3rd International Symposium on Fractal and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience, Book of abstract, slovakia,(1997),87-]M. Takahashi, H. Nagahama
242.Aftershock Relaxation and Fractal Structure of Active Fault Systems.[3rd International Symposium on Fractal and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience, Book of abstracts,(1997),58-]K. Nanjo, H. Nagahama
243.Self-affinity and Repeat Time of Earthquakes.[3rd International Symposium on Fractal and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience, Book of abstract slovakia,(1997),57-]H. Nagahama
244.Magnetic Susceptibility and Plastic Strain of Rocks by the Theory of the Physical Interaction Field.[Physics and Chemistry of the Earth,22(1-2),(1997),167-173]N. Nakamura, H. Nagahama
245.Gravity Anomaly and Collective Property of Active Faults.[Annales Geophysicae, Supplement1,15(1),(1997),C136-]K. Yamasaki, H. Nagahama
246.Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility and Plastic Strain of Rocks by Finsler Geometry.[Acta Geophysica Polonica,45(4),(1997),333-354]N. Nakamura, H. Nagahama
[1996]
247.Scaling of the Critical Slip Displacement and Fractal Theory on Energy-Size Reduction in Fault Zones.[30th International Geological Congress, Abstracts,2-3,(1996),272-]H. Nagahama, N. Nakamura
248.A Fractal Shape of Recrystallized Quartz Grains and Strain Rate Meter.[30th International Geological Congress, Abstract,2-3,(1996),273-]M. Takahashi, H. Nagahama, T. Masuda, A. Fujimura
249.Numerical Simulation for the Pattern Formation of Faults.[30th International Geological Congress Abstracts,3-3,(1996),469-]N. Nakamura, H. Nagahama
250.Rock Fracturing and Exoelectrons.[News Letter, Emphasis Research "Fractal and Pumping-up",(10),(1996),8-12]H. Nagahama
251.Non-Riemannian and Fractal Damage Mechanics of Geomaterials.[Geologische Rundschau,85(1),(1996),96-102]H. Nagahama
252.Magnetic Susceptibility and Plastic Strain of Rocks by the Theory of the Physical Interaction Field.[Annales Geophysicae,14(1),(1996),C152-]N. Nakamura, H. Nagahama
[1995]
253.Fracturing in the Solid Earth (1).[Traslated World Seismology,(2),(1995),82-89]H. Nagahama
254.Dose Earthquake Break out Irregularly ? Collective and Individual Characters of Earthquakes..[Kagaku (Sciences), Iwanami Shoten,65(4,241-244 248-256),(1995)]K. Shimazaki, H. Nagahama
255.Fracturing in the Solid Earth (2).[Translated World Seismology,(3),(1995),83-89]H. Nagahama
256.Non-Riemannian and Fractal Damage Mechanics of Geomaterials.[2nd International Symposium on Fractal and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience, Book of abstract, Germany,(1995),50-]H. Nagahama
[1994]
257.Self-affine Growth Pattern of Earthquake Rupture Zone..[Pure and Applied Geophysics,142(2),(1994),263-271]H. Nagahama
258.Application of the Pi Theorem to the Wear Rate of Gouge Formation in Frictional Sliding of Rocks.[Pure and Applied Geophysics,142(3-4),(1994),795-808]H. Nagahama, N. Nakamura
259.Further Analysis of Clast-size Distribution in Pseudotachylytes : Implications for the Origin of Pseudotachylytes.[Structural Geology,(39),(1994),43-49]H. Nagahama, T. Shimamoto, Y. Ohtomo, A. Lochohead
260.An Application of Dimension Analysis to the Characterization of Rock Wearing.[Structural Geology,(39),(1994),119-123]H. Nagahama, N. Nakamura
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