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S. Fukumoto, S. Sugiyama, S. Hata, J. Saito, T. Shiraiwa and H. Mitsudera (2022) Glacier mass change on the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia, from 2000 to 2016, Journal of Glaciology, pp. 1 – 14

東京書籍が発行する高校社会の教育情報誌 ニューサポート高校「社会」vol.37(2022年春号)に、「大地形と資源:石油はどこでとれるのか?」というコラムを書かせていただきました。

東京書籍が発行する高校社会の教育情報誌 ニューサポート高校「社会」vol.36(2021年秋号)に、「地理用語としての造山帯の退場」というコラムを書かせていただきました。

Shi, M., Shiraiwa, T., Mitsudera, H. and Muravyev, Y. (2021) Estimation of freshwater discharge from the Kamchatka Peninsula to its surrounding oceans. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 36, August 2021, 100836,

Tashiro, Y., Yoh, M., Shiraiwa, T., Onishi, T., Shesterkin, V. and Kim, V. (2020) Seasonal Variations of Dissolved Iron Concentration in Active Layer and Rivers in Permafrost Areas, Russian Far East, Water 2020, 12(9), 2579;

Onishi, T. and Shiraiwa, T. (2020) Land and ocean connection through iron transport by rivers -the case of the Amur-Okhotsk ecosystem (Giant Fish-Breeding Forest). In Nagothu, U.S.(ed.) The Bioeconomy Approach-constrains and opportunities for sustainable development-, Routledge, 45-64.

Pokhrel, A., Kawamura, K., Kunwar, B., Ono, K., Tsushima, A., Seki, O., Matoba, S. and Shiraiwa, T. (2020) Ice core records of leveglucosan and dehydroabietic and vanillin acids from Aurora Peak in Alaska since the 1660s: a proxy signal of biomass-burning activities in the Northern Pacific Rim, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 20, 597-612.

Sasaki,H., Matoba, S., Shiraiwa, T. and Benson, C.S. (2016) Temporal Variation in Iron Flux Deposition onto the Northern North Pacific Reconstructed from an Ice Core Drilled at Mount Wrangell, Alaska, SOLA, 12, 287-290.

Fu, P., Kawamura, K., Seki, O., Izawa, Y., Shiraiwa, T. and Ashworth, K. (2016) Historical trends of biogenic SOA tracers in an ice core from Kamchatka Peninsula. Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 3, 351-358.

福田知子・押田龍夫・Nevedomskaya Irina A.・Bobyr Igor G.・八木欣平・河合久仁子・白岩孝行・大泰司紀之 (2016): 国後島の「ストルボフスキー生態観察路」の生物相概説,哺乳類科学,56(1),71-76.