Original Papers- KAKEGAWA Takshi -
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[2004]
61.GEOCHEMISTRY OF NITROGEN IN VOLCANIC ROCKS ALTERED BY SUBMARINE HYDROTHERMAL ACTIVITIES AT THE SUIYO SEAMOUNT, IZU-OGASAWARA ARC, JAPAN.[Water Dynamics Proceeding,vol.1,(2004),153-156]Noda M, Kakegawa T
62.微生物学と地球科学のわかちがたい関係.[科学,74(2),(2004),166-169]遠藤一佳.南澤究.掛川武.犬伏和之
[2003]
63.A novel lineage of sulfate-reducing microorganisms: Thermodesulfobiaceae fam. nov., Thermodesulfobium narugense, gen. nov., sp. nov., a new thermophilic isolate from a hot spring.[Extremophiles,7,(2003),283-290]Mori K., Kim H., Kakegawa T., Hanada S.
64.初期地球環境下での微生物進化.[日本惑星科学会、遊星人,(3),(2003),14-18]Takeshi Kakegawa
65.最古の岩石が秘める生命起源へのヒント.[化学,58(7),(2003),30-31]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
66.Stratigraphic carbon isotope fluctuations of detrital woody materials during the Aptian Stage in Hokkaido, Japan: Comprehensive δ13C data from four sections of the Ashibetsu area.[Journal of Asian Earth Sciences,21,(2003),835-847]Ando A. Kakegawa T. Takashima R. Saito T
[2002]
67.Geochemical Cycles of Bio-essential elements on the early Earth and their relationships to origin of life.[Resource Geology,(52),(2002),83-89]Takeshi Kakegawa, Nannri, Noda
68.New perspective on Aptian carbon isotope stratigraphy: Data from d13C records of terrestrial organic matter.[Geology,30(3),(2002),227-230]Ando Atsushi, Takeshi Kakegawa
69.Activities of early life in the Archean oceans: influence from submarine hydrothermal activities.[origin of life and geochemistry,(2002),50-63]Takeshi kakegawa
[2001]
70.Biological activities and evolution of life during early stage of the Earth history: constraints from the stable isotope records.[Viva Origino,(28),(2001),191-208]Takeshi Kakegawa
[2000]
71.Sulfur and carbon isotope analyses of the 2.7 Ga Jeerinah Formation, Fortescue Group, Australia.[Geochemical Journal,(34),(2000),121-133]Takeshi Kakegawa, Kasahara, Ohmoto
72.Biological activities and evolution of life during early stage of the Earth history : Constraints from the stable isotope records.[Viva Origino,28(4),(2000),191-]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1999]
73.Sulfur isotope evidence for the origin of 3.4 and 3.1 Ga pyrite at the Princeton Gold Mine, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa.[Precambrian Research,(96),(1999),209-224]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
74.Geochemistry of the 2.O Ga Rove Formation, Canada, suggests an early establishment of the modern style elemental cycles mediated by biological activities.[Geological Society of America, annual meeting, Abstract with program,(118),(1999)]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1998]
75.Origins of pyrites in the~2.5Ga Mt. McRae Shale, the Hamersley District, Western Australia.[Geochimica Cosmochiemica Acta,(62),(1998),3205-3220]kawai hajime, ohmoto hiroshi
76.High activity of sulphate-reducing bacteria in Archean and Proterozoic oceans and an early development of the Phanerozoic-style sulphur cycles.[Mineralofical Magazine,(62A),(1998),738-739]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1997]
77.Sulfur isotope geochemistry of sedimentary rocks from the Chapel Island Formation, Newfoundland, Canada.[Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting,29(6),(1997),116-]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1993]
78.3.4-Billion-Year-Old Biogenic Pyrites from Barberton, South Africa : Sulfur Isotope Evidence.[Science,262,(1993),555-557]H.Ohmoto, D. Lowe and Kakegawa T
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