The Sedimentological Society of Japan


THE JOURNAL OF THE SEDIMENTOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN

Vol. 71 No. 2, October 2012


Special Issue: Problems and perspectives of the sedimentological researches of paleo-earthquake and tsunami
Cover Story
Diversified grain-sizes, thickness and sedimentary structures of terrestrial tsunami deposits
-- Shigehiro Fujino -- 102- 103
Preface
Problems and perspectives of the sedimentological researches of paleo-earthquake and tsunami
-- Kazuhisa Goto and Junko Komatsubara -- 104
Reviews
Lessons learned from the 2011 Tohoku-oki tsunami and future perspective of the tsunami geology
-- Kazuhisa Goto and Koji Minoura -- 105- 117
A review on criteria for tsunami deposits recognition in shallow marineand coastal lowlands from geological records
-- Junko Komatsubara -- 119- 127
Current progress and perspectives of the research on tsunami boulders
-- Kazuhisa Goto -- 129- 139
Offshore earthquake- and/or tsunami-induced sediment transports and their deposits: Importance of marine sediment study for understanding past earthquakes and tsunami
-- Ken Ikehara -- 141- 147
Notes
Numerical modeling of sediment transport due to tsunamis and its problem
-- Tomoyuki Takahashi -- 149- 155
Conference Reports
Report from the SSJ 2011 Nagasaki Meeting Sedimentology Talk-Talk gDisaster and Sedimentology : What can sedimentology act on?h
-- Osamu Takano, Kazuhisa Goto and Junko Komatsubara -- 157- 160
A report on the gTsunami deposit workshoph by the Sedimentological Society of Japan and Geological Survey of Japan (Chiba, May 2012)
-- Tomoya Abe and Nanami Seo -- 161- 165
A summary of discussion in the tsunami deposit workshop
-- Junko Komatsubara and Kazuhisa Goto -- 167- 169


[INDEX]

©2003- The Sedimentological Society of Japan. All rights reserved.