Original Papers- NAGAHAMA Hiroyuki -
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261.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
262.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
263.An Application of Dimension Analysis to the Characterization of Rock Wearing.[Structural Geology,(39),(1994),119-123]H. Nagahama, N. Nakamura
264.High Temperature Viscoelastic Behavior and Long Time Tail of Rocks.[International Symposium on Fractal and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience, Book of Abstracts, Germany,(1993),26-27]H. Nagahama
265.A Fractal Criterion for Ductile and Brittle Fracture..[Journal of Applied Physics,75(6),(1993),3220-3222]H. Nagahama
266.Fractal Fragment Size Distribution for Brittle Rocks.[The International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences &Geomechanics Abstracts,30(4),(1993),469-471]H. Nagahama
267.Fractal Dimension and Fracture of Brittle Rocks.[The International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences &Geomechanics Abstracts,30(2),(1993),173-175]H. Nagahama, K. Yoshii
268.Further Analysis of Clast-size Distribution in Pseudotachylytes : Implication for Their Origin.[29th International Geological Congress, Abstracts,1(3),(1992),169-]H. Nagahama, T. Shimamoto, A. Lin, H. Sato, A. Tsutsumi, Y. Ohotomo, N. Shigematsu, T. Watanabe, K. Kanagawa
269.The Wear Processs in Rocks during Frictional Sliding.[29th International Geological Congress, Abstracts,1(3),(1992),170-]H. Nagahama, T. Shimamoto
270.Scaling Laws of Rock Fragments.[Chikyu Monthly,14(10),(1992),611-615]H. Nagahama
271.An Argument against the Crush Origin of Pseudotachylytes Based on the Analysis of Clast-Size Distribution.[Journal of Structural Geology,14(8-9),(1992),999-1006]T. Shimamoto, H. Nagahama
272.Maximum Entropy and Shear Strain of Shear Zone.[Mathematical Geology,24(8),(1992),947-955]H. Nagahama
273.Fracturing in the Solid Earth.[Science Report, Tohoku University, Sendai, Second Series. (Geology),61(2),(1991),103-126]H. Nagahama
274.Intrafault Materials and Fractals -Grain-Size Distribution and Grain Surface Area-.[Structural Geology,37,31-39,(1991)]H. Nagahama
275.Growth Pattern of Pull-apart Basin.[Structural Geology,36,47-52,(1991)]H. Nagahama
276.The Origin of Pseudotachylytes and the State-of-stress Problems..[Chikyu Monthly,13(6),(1991),416-427]T. Shimamoto, H. Nagahama
277.Fractures and Fractals.[Mathematical Seismology,24(5),(1990),228-246]H. Nagahama
278.Orthoquartzite Fragments in the Miocene Sedimentary Section in Minakami District, North Gunma Prefecture..[Earth Sciene (Chikyu Kagaku),43(5),(1989),290-296]M. Takahashi, H, Nagahama, Y. Tanaka
279.Geometry and Geological Significance of "Vein structure" in Soft Sediment.[Structural Geology,34,27-35,(1989)]S. Saneatsu, H. Nagahama
280.Age of the Lower Part of Neogene Sedimentary Rocks in the Chichibu Basin, as Dated by Calcareous Nannofossils.[Fossils,46,1-9,(1989)]NAGAHAMA Hiroyuki, et al.
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