Original Papers- KAKEGAWA Takshi -
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41.Geochemistry of Sulfide Chimneys and Basement Pillow Lavas at the Southern Mariana Trough.[Resource Geology,58,(2008),249-266]Kakegawa T., Utsumi M, . Marumo K.
42.Timing and magnitude of early Aptian extreme warming: Unraveling primary d18O variation in indurated pelagic carbonates at Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 463, Central Pacific Ocean.[Paleogeo..Paleoclim. Paleoecol,260,(2008),463-476]Ando A., Kaiho K., Kawahata H., Kakegawa T.
43.Pressure effects on the abiotic polymerization of glycine..[Origin of Life and Evolution of Biosphere,(37),(2007),215-223]Ohara S., Kakegawa T. and Nakazawa H
44.Formation of ultrafine particles from impact-generated supercritical water.[Earth Planetary Science Letter,258,(2007),543-549]Furukawa Y., Nakazawa H., Sekine T. and Kakegawa T.
45.Carbon isotope records of terrestrial organic matter and occurrence of plantonic foraminifera from the Albian stage of Hokkaido, Japan: Ocean-atmosphere d13C trends and chronostratigraphic implications.[Palaios,22,(2007),417-432]Ando A. and Kakegawa T.
46.Paleoredox, biotic and sulfur-isotopic chages associated with the end-Permian mass extinction in the western Tethys.[Chemical Geology,244,(2007),483-492]Gorjan P., Kaiho K., Kakegawa T., Niitsuma S., Chen Z.Q., Kajiwara Y. and Nicora A.
47.Early Earth Environments and Remnants of Microbial Life.[Genetics,(20),(2006),180-183]Takeshi Kakegawa
48.Chemical and biological evolution of early Earth: Constraints from banded iron-formations.[Geological Society of America Special Paper,198,(2006),291-331]Ohmoto H., Watanabe Y., Yamaguchi K., Naraoka, H., Haruna M., Kakegawa T., Hayshi K., and Kato Y
49.Links of organic carbon cycling and burial to depositional depth gradients and establishment of a snowball Earth at 2.3 Ga. Evidence from the Timeball Hill Formation, Transvaal Supergroup, South Africa.[South African J. of Geology,(109),(2006),109-122]Coetzee L.L., Beukes N.J., Gutzmer J. and Kakegawa T.
50.Sulfur and carbon isotope analyses of 2.7 Ga stromatolites, cherts and sandstones in the Jeerinah Formation, Western Australia.[Precambrian Research,148,(2006),115-124]Kakegawa T. and Nanri H
51.Sr/Ca ratios as indicators of varying modes of pelagic carbonate diagenesis in the ooze, chalk and limestone realms.[Sedimentary Geology,191,(2006),37-53]Ando A., Kawahata H. and Kakegawa T
53.Analyses of the archaeal sub-sefloor community at Suiyo Seamount on the Izu-Bonin Arc.[Advances in Space Research,35,(2005),1634-1642]Hara K., Kakegawa T., Yamashiro K., Maruyama A., Ishibashi J.I., Marumo K., Urabe T., Yamagishi A.
56.High yield shock synthesis of ammonia from iron, water and nitrogen available on the early Earth.[Earth and Planetary Science Letter,235,(2005),356-360]Nakazawa H, Sekine T., Kakegawa T., Nakazawa S.
58.Oceanithermus desulfurans sp noy, a novel thermophilic sulfur-reducing bacterium isolated from a sulfide chimney in Suiyo Seamount.[International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology,54,(2004),1561-1566]Mori K., Kakegawa T., Higashi Y., Nakamura K., Maruyama A. and Hanada S.
60.Importance of water/rock interaction at ancient sub-seafloor regions to supply bio-essential elements to early biota.[Water Dynamics Proceeding,vol.1,(2004),115-116]Kakegawa T
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