Ryoichi Nakada
Ryoichi Nakada
Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
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Gas seepage from Tokamachi mud volcanoes, onshore Niigata Basin (Japan): origin, post-genetic alterations and CH4–CO2 fluxes
G Etiope, R Nakada, K Tanaka, N Yoshida
Applied Geochemistry 26 (3), 348-359, 2011
Isotopic and speciation study on cerium during its solid–water distribution with implication for Ce stable isotope as a paleo-redox proxy
R Nakada, Y Takahashi, M Tanimizu
Geochimica et Cosmochimica acta 103, 49-62, 2013
A geochemical study on mud volcanoes in the Junggar Basin, China
R Nakada, Y Takahashi, U Tsunogai, G Zheng, H Shimizu, KH Hattori
Applied Geochemistry 26 (7), 1065-1076, 2011
Late Triassic compositional changes of aeolian dusts in the pelagic Panthalassa: Response to the continental climatic change
R Nakada, K Ogawa, N Suzuki, S Takahashi, Y Takahashi
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 393, 61-75, 2014
Transfer of rare earth elements (REE) from manganese oxides to phosphates during early diagenesis in pelagic sediments inferred from REE patterns, X-ray absorption spectroscopy …
Y Takahashi, Y Hayasaka, K Morita, T Kashiwabara, R Nakada, ...
Geochemical Journal 49 (6), 653-674, 2015
Cerium stable isotope ratios in ferromanganese deposits and their potential as a paleo-redox proxy
R Nakada, Y Takahashi, M Tanimizu
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 181, 89-100, 2016
Abundances of rare earth elements in crude oils and their partitions in water
R Nakada, Y Takahashi, G Zheng, Y Yamamoto, H Shimizu
Geochemical Journal 44 (5), 411-418, 2010
Volcanism and deep-ocean acidification across the end-Triassic extinction event
M Ikeda, RS Hori, Y Okada, R Nakada
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 440, 725-733, 2015
In-situ preservation of nitrogen-bearing organics in Noachian Martian carbonates
M Koike, R Nakada, I Kajitani, T Usui, Y Tamenori, H Sugahara, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1988, 2020
Difference in the stable isotopic fractionations of Ce, Nd, and Sm during adsorption on iron and manganese oxides and its interpretation based on their local structures
R Nakada, M Tanimizu, Y Takahashi
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 121, 105-119, 2013
Aqueous speciation is likely to control the stable isotopic fractionation of cerium at varying pH
R Nakada, M Tanaka, M Tanimizu, Y Takahashi
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 218, 273-290, 2017
Significant contribution of subseafloor microparticles to the global manganese budget
GI Uramoto, Y Morono, N Tomioka, S Wakaki, R Nakada, R Wagai, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 400, 2019
Europium anomaly variation under low-temperature water-rock interaction: A new thermometer
R Nakada, T Shibuya, K Suzuki, Y Takahashi
Geochemistry International 55, 822-832, 2017
Impact of the decarboxylation reaction on rare earth elements binding to organic matter: From humic substances to crude oil
R Nakada, A Waseda, F Okumura, Y Takahashi
Chemical Geology 420, 231-239, 2016
Examination of analytical conditions of cerium (Ce) isotope and stable isotope ratio of Ce in geochemical standards
R Nakada, N Asakura, K Nagaishi
Geochemical Journal 53 (5), 293-304, 2019
The effects of carbon concentration and silicate composition on the metal‐silicate partitioning of carbon in a shallow magma ocean
H Kuwahara, S Itoh, R Nakada, T Irifune
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (16), 9422-9429, 2019
Simultaneous determination of melting phase relations of mantle peridotite and mid-ocean ridge basalt at the uppermost lower mantle conditions
H Kuwahara, R Nomura, R Nakada, T Irifune
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 284, 36-50, 2018
The Tarama Knoll: geochemical and biological profiles of hydrothermal activity
T Yamanaka, H Nagashio, R Nishio, K Kondo, T Noguchi, K Okamura, ...
Subseafloor biosphere linked to hydrothermal systems: TAIGA concept, 497-504, 2015
Variation of iron species in plagioclase crystals by X‐ray absorption fine structure analysis
R Nakada, M Sato, M Ushioda, Y Tamura, S Yamamoto
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 20 (11), 5319-5333, 2019
Iron-depleted pelagic water at the end-Permian mass extinction inferred from chemical species of iron and molybdenum in deep-sea sedimentary rocks
S Takahashi, R Nakada, Y Watanabe, Y Takahashi
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 516, 384-399, 2019
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