Original Papers- NAKASHIMA Daisuke -
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1.Origin of crystalline silicates from Comet 81P/Wild 2: Combined study on their oxygen isotopes and mineral chemistry..[Earth and Planetary Science Letters,(465),(2017),145-154]Céline Defouilloy, Daisuke Nakashima, David J. Joswiak, Donald E. Brownlee, Travis J. Tenner, Noriko T. Kita
2.Petrogenesis and Provenance of Ungrouped Achondrite Northwest Africa 7325 from Petrology, Trace Elements, Oxygen, Chromium and Titanium Isotopes, and Mid-IR Spectroscopy..[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,(203),(2017),381-403]C. A. Goodrich, N. T. Kita, Q.-Z. Yin, M. E. Sanborn, C. D. Williams, D. Nakashima, M. D. Lane, S. Boyle
3.High Precision Al-Mg Systematics of Forsterite-Bearing Type B CAIs from CV3 Chondrites..[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,(201),(2017),65-82]G. J. MacPherson, E. S. Bullock, T. J. Tenner, D. Nakashima, N. T. Kita, M. A. Ivanova, A. N. Krot, M. I. Petaev, S. B. Jacobsen
4.Oxygen isotope thermometry using quartz inclusions in garnet..[Journal of Metamorphic Geology,(35),(2017),231-252]R. J. Quinn, K. Kitajima, D. Nakashima, M. J. Spicuzza, J. W. Valley
5.A link between oxygen, calcium and titanium isotopes in 26Al-poor hibonite-rich CAIs from Murchison and implications for the heterogeneity of dust reservoirs in the solar nebula..[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,(189),(2016),70-95]Levke Kööp, Andrew M. Davis, Daisuke Nakashima, Changkun Park, Alexander N. Krot, Kazuhide Nagashima, Travis J. Tenner, Philipp R. Heck, Noriko T. Kita
6.New constraints on the relationship between 26Al and oxygen, calcium, and titanium isotopic variation in the early Solar System from a multielement isotopic study of spinel-hibonite inclusions..[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,(184),(2016),151-172]Levke Kööp, Daisuke Nakashima, Philipp R. Heck, Noriko T. Kita, Travis J. Tenner, Alexander N. Krot, Kazuhide Nagashima, Changkun Park, Andrew M. Davis
7.Oxygen isotope evolution of the Lake Owyhee volcanic field, Oregon, and implications for the low‑δ18O magmatism of the Snake River Plain-Yellowstone hotspot and other low‑δ18O large igneous provinces..[Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology,(171),(2016),92-]Tyler B. Blum, Kouki Kitajima, Daisuke Nakashima, Ariel Strickland, Michael J. Spicuzza, John W. Valley
8.Oxygen isotope ratios of FeO-poor chondrules in CR3 chondrites: Influence of dust enrichment and H2O during chondrule formation.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,148,(2015),228-250]Tenner T.J., Nakashima D., Ushikubo T., Kita N.T., and Weisberg M.K.
9.Late formation of a comet Wild 2 crystalline silicate particle, Pyxie, inferred from Al-Mg chronology of plagioclase.[Earth and Planetary Science Letters,410,(2015),54-61]Nakashima D., Ushikubo T., Kita N.T., Weisberg M.K., Zolensky M.E., and Ebel D.S.
10.Petrology and geochemistry of chondrules and metal in NWA 5492 and GRO 95551: A new type of metal-rich chondrite.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,167,(2015),269-285]Nakashima D., Kita N.T., and Humayun M.
11.Terminal particle from Stardust track 130: Probable Al-rich chondrule fragment from comet Wild 2.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,144,(2014),277-298]Joswiak D.J., Nakashima D., Brownlee D.E., Matrajt G., Ushikubo T., Kita N.T., Messenger S., and Ito M.
12.Oxygen three-isotope ratios of silicate particles returned from asteroid Itokawa by the Hayabusa spacecraft: A strong link with equilibrated LL chondrites.[Earth and Planetary Science Letters,379,(2013),127-136]Nakashima D., Kita N. T., Ushikubo T., Noguchi T., Nakamura T., and Valley J. W.
13.Contemporaneous formation of chondrules in distinct oxygen isotope reservoirs.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,109,(2013),280-295]Ushikubo T., Nakashima D., Kimura M., Tenner T. J., and Kita N. T.
14.Fall, classification and ages of the Mifflin L5 chondrite.[Meteoritics & Planetary Science,48,(2013),641-655]Kita N. T., Welten K. C., Valley J. W., Spicuzza M. J., Nakashima D., Tenner T. J., Ushikubo T., MacPherson G. J., Welzenbach L., Heck P. R., Davis A. M., Meier M. M. M., Wieler R., Caffee M. W., Laubenstein M., and Nishiizumi K.
15.Oxygen isotopes in crystalline silicates of comet Wild 2: A comparison of oxygen isotope systematics between Wild 2 particles and chondritic materials.[Earth and Planetary Science Letters,357-358,(2012),355-365]Nakashima D., Ushikubo T., Joswiak D. J., Brownlee D. E., Matrajt G., Weisberg M. K., Zolensky M. E., and Kita N. T.
16.High precision oxygen three-isotope analyses of anhydrous chondritic interplanetary dust particles.[Meteoritics & Planetary Science,47,(2012),197-208]Nakashima D., Ushikubo T., Zolensky M. E., and Kita N. T.
17.Oxygen isotope systematics of chondrules in Allende CV3 chondrite: High precision ion microprobe studies.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,75,(2011),7596-7611]Rudraswami N. G., Ushikubo T., Nakashima D., and Kita N. T.
18.Ion microprobe analyses of oxygen three-isotope ratios of chondrules in the Sayh al Uhaymir 290 CH chondrite using a multiple-hole disk.[Meteoritics & Planetary Science,46,(2011),857-874]Nakashima D., Ushikubo T., Rudraswami N. G., Kita N. T., Valley J. W., and Nagao K.
19.Heavily fractionated noble gases in an acid residue from the Klein Glacier 98300 EH3 chondrite.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,74,(2010),5134-5149]Nakashima D., Ott U., El Goresy A., and Nakamura T.
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