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The 9th East Asia International Workshop Final Announcement

Present Earth Surface Processes and Long-term Environmental Changes in East Asia

- from Continent to Island Arc--
October 8-13, 2012, Kobe, Japan

The purpose of the East Asia International Workshop is to exchange information on present earth surface processes and long-term environmental changes in East Asia for sustainable Earth and establishing mutual understanding on earth environment, especially in East Asia.

The International Workshop was initially held in Daejeon, Korea (2004), and was subsequently in Kanazawa, Japan (2005), Seoul, Korea (2006), Nanjing, China (2007), Hakodate, Japan (2008), Taipei, Taiwan (2009), Jeju Island, Korea (2010), and Chengdu, China (2011). The 9th Workshop (2012) will be held in Kobe, Japan.

This workshop also includes the themes on “Terrestrial Environmental Changes in East Eurasia” on the basis of long continental records which have been discussed in Japan, China, Korea, Russia, and Mongolia during the past 10 years.

Main topics:

  1. Present earth-surface processes and sediment information

  2. Landforms and natural hazards: earthquake, landslide, debris-flow

  3. Dynamics of terrestrial processes and land use changes

  4. East Asian monsoon and environmental changes

  5. Global changes and regional environmental change

  6. Paleoenvironmental changes: paleoclimate, paleohydrology, paleolimnology

  7. Modeling and forecasting of environment changes

Hosted by:

Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa

Research Center for Inland Seas, Kobe University, Kobe

Organized by

Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa

Research Center for Inland Seas, Kobe University, Kobe

IAG Committee, Science Council of Japan

State Key Laboratory of Lake Sedimentation/Environment, NIGLAS, Nanjing, China

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), Korea

State Key Laboratory of Geo-hazard Prevention (SKLGP), CDUT, Chengdu, China

State Key Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology, IEE, Xian, China

Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Mongolian Academy of Science

Sponsored by:

International Association of Geomorphologists

Japanese Geomorphological Union

Supported by:

Meet in Kobe 21st Century Program

Tokyo Geographical Society

Nakauchi Tsutomu Convention Fund


October 8: Arrival at Kobe. Registration (17:00-21:00) and welcome party (18:00-21:00); Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe

October 9: Opening ceremony, Sessions for oral presentations and posters; Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe. Banquet; Maiko Hotel

October 10: Sessions for oral presentations and posters: Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe

October 11: Sessions for oral presentations (morning); Kobe University Centennial Hall. Sightseeing Tour (afternoon)

October 12: Field Excursion (Awaji Is.) and Farewell Party (Kobe Winery)

October 13: Departure from Kobe

October 8 transportation at Kansai Airport: A bus for Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe will be arranged. Departure time from the airport is 12:30. Some Japanese colleagues will be waiting at the entrance. Colleagues from China, Taiwan and Russia who will not be in time for the bus will be given different information.


The registration desk will be open:

October 8, 2012, 17:00-21:00 at Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe

October 9, 10, 2012, 9:00-17:00 at Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe


Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe (MV: Higashi Maiko,Tarumi, Kobe 655-0047, Japan) and

Kobe University Centennial Hall (KU: Rokkodai, Nada, Kobe 657-8501 Japan)


Registration: 20,000JPY (Including a volume of abstracts, welcome party, lunches on Oct. 9-11)

Banquet (Maiko Hotel) (October 9): 4000JPY

One-day excursion (October 12): 4000JPY

Half-day sightseeing tour with dinner (October 11): 1,500 JPY

No registration fee for students and accompanying persons except for costs of welcome party, banquet, one day excursion, half-day sightseeing tour and farewell party (2,000 JPY, 4,000 JPY, 4,000 JPY 1,500 JPY and 2,000 JPY for each)

Fees must be paid in Japanese Yen (\/JPN) at the registration desk.

*Lecture-audience is free for lectures.

Accommodation (with breakfast):

Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe (, Higashi Maiko, Tarumi, Kobe 655-0047, Japan)

 7000JPY/person/night for twin use of a twin room

 12000JPY/person/night for single use of a twin room or double room/Japanese room

Room reservation for the hotel will be made by the secretariat of the workshop. Please pay the charge by yourself at checkout time.

General information:

The workshop will include Oral, Poster sessions and a Field excursion. The official language for all presentations is English. Abstracts will be required from all participants wishing to submit a poster or oral presentation in the workshop. Accepted abstracts will be published in the workshop program volume, which will be distributed to all participants. Abstracts will be accepted by e-mail.

Abstracts must be written in English in Times New Roman 12 pt fonts and should include, in this order: Abstract title, Authors’ names (fist name family name), Affiliation (Institutions and address), First author’s e-mail and Abstract text (less than 2000 words and figures: whole less than two pages).

Field Excursion:

1995 Kobe Earthquake; Nojima Fault Preservation Museum, Disaster Reduction & Human Renovation Institution, etc.


October in Kobe is a beautiful season. The weather is mild. The temperature will usually be 18- 24℃.


The organizer cannot accept responsibility for any accidents which may occur. Participants are encouraged to obtain travel insurance (medical, personal accident, and luggage) in their home country prior to departure.


Only Japanese yen (JPY; \) is accepted at regular stores and restaurants. Most foreign currencies can be exchanged at major banks, large hotels, and other authorized money exchangers on presentation of your passport. The exchange rate for US$1 is approx. 78 yen as of September 2012.

Consumption Tax:

The Japanese government imposes a 5% consumption tax. An extra 5% may be charged on some commodities and services.

Program (Final program will be distributed in the registration desk)

9 October 2012
Registration desk is open from 9:00-17:00 at Hotel Maiko Villa, Kobe
9:00 Opening: Goshiki Hall
9:30 Group photo

Session 1 9:40-12:30: Goshiki Hall (Chair; Hasebe, N., Yang, DY)
9:40 Kashiwaya, K.; Limno-geomorphological fluctuations and lake-catchment system
10:00 Tang, C., van Asch.T.W.J., Chang, M., Chen, G.Q., Zhao , X.H., Huang, X.C.; Catastrophic debris flows on 13 August 2010 in the Qingping area, southwestern China: the combined effects of a strong earthquake and subsequent rainstorms
10:20 Lin, J.C.; Resilience of a huge earthquake in Taiwan - 13 years after Chi-Chi Earthquake
10:40 Tamura, T., Yamamoto, H., Sato, Y., Furuichi, T.; Variation in critical rainfall for stream-flow generation in the Holocene

11:00 Break

11:30 Ochirbat, B.; Steppe soil erosion study of Mongolia
11:50 Okunishi, K.; Influence of short-term and long-term changes in forest cover on geomorphic hazards

12:10 Padilla, C., Iida, T., Onda,Y.; Characterization of the groundwater response to rainfall of a hillslope with fractured bedrock and its implication in the generation of deep-seated landslides in Mt. Wanitsuka, Kyushu Island.

Lunch 12:30-13:30

Session 2 13:30-14:30 poster session core time: Ohtoshi Hall

Session 3 14:30-17:20: Goshiki Hall (Chair; Kim, JY, Ochirbat, B.)
14:30 Krivonogov, S., Yi ,S.H., Kashiwaya, K., Kim, J.C., Tserendashiin,N., Oyunchimeg T., Kim, J.Y., Hasebe, N., Fukushi, K.; Geological structure of the Darhad Basin, Mongolia; a preface of the Darhad Drilling Project 2010
14:50 Tserendash, N.; Holocene climate changes in north western Mongolia as recorded in lakes sediment
15:10 Tanaka, Y. Kashiwaya, K.; Alluvial fan develpoment and paleolake level fluctuations of Darkhad basin, Mongolia
15:30 Fuchizaki, M., Yabe,T., Abe, H., Fukushi, K., Hasebe, N., Kashiwaya, K.; Mineralogy of lacustrine sediment from Darhad basin records the past lake level changes of the paleolake
15:50 Break
16:20 Katsuki, K., Yi, S.H., Kim, J.C., Lim, J., Krivonogov, S., Moon, J.; Ecological reconstruction of the paleo-Darhad Lake, Mongolia based on diatom records

16:40 Tserendash, N., Byambajav, U., Oyunchimeg T.; Holocene lake-level history of Lake Achit as suggested by the lithological composition and diatom assemblages of the core sediment

17:00 Nakamura, T., Murakami, T., Abe, H., Orkhonselenge, A., Tserendash, N., Oyunchimeg, T., Hasebe, N., Kashiwaya, K.; AMS 14C dating of sediments cored at Darahad Basin, northern Mongolia

10 October
Registration desk is open from 9:00-17:00 at Hotel Maiko Villa, Kobe

Session 4 9:10-12:00: Goshiki Hall (Chair; Hyodo, M., Tang, C.)
9:10 Yang, X., Wang, Q.; Long-term Monsoon climate change in response to solar insolation inferred by high-resolution diatom records during the Last Glacial Maximum from a deep lake, Southwest China
9:30 Nara, F. Watanabe, T., Minoura, K., Kakegawa T., Yamasaki, S., Tsuchiya, N., Nakamura, T., Shichi, K., Kawai, T.; Periodic climate change during the Last glacial maximum period in the south Siberia
9:50 Zhou, W., Cheng, P., Lu, X., An, Z., Colman, S.; Study of a reliable 14C chronostratigraphy for the project of scientific drilling at Lake Qinghai in China
10:10 Yu, G., Guo, Y., Li, Y. ; Probe on historical extreme floods based on lacustrine sediments from Taihu Lake, China

10:30 Ito, K., Duller, G., Roberts, H., Hasebe, N., Arai, S., Nakamura, T. and Kashiwaya, K.; Post-IR IRSL dating of polymineral fine grained sediments from Darhad Basin and Lake Khuvsgul, Mongolia

10:50 Break

11:00 Dong, X., Anderson, J. N., Yang, X.D., Chen, X., Ji, S.; Carbon burial by shallow lakes on the Yangtze floodplain and its relevance to regional carbon sequestration

11:20 Lim, Y., Kim, J.W., Kim, J.K.; Changes of kinetic energy and size distribution of the raindrops against rainfall intensity in Daejeon city, Korea
11:40 Huang, C.C., Huang, J.C., Lee, T.Y., Lin, J.C.; Enhanced rainfall-runoff dynamics in small mountainous rivers under warming climate: Taiwan case

Lunch 12:00-13:00

Session 5 13:00-14:00 poster session core time: Ohtoshi Hall

Session 6 14:00-17:10: Goshiki Hall (Chair; Lin, JC., Kashima, K.)
14:00 Kim, J.Y., Yang, D.Y, Nahm W.H., Kim J.K, Lim, J.; Paleohydrological change inferred from the historical chronicles of three ancient kingdoms period and Eurimji sediment records in Jaecheon, Korea
14:20 Ochiai, S., Nagao, S., Yonebayashi, K., Itono, T., Suzuki, T., Kashiwaya, K., Yamamoto, M.; Catchment environmental changes inferred from geochemical properties of Lake Onuma sediment, Japan
14:40 Itono, T., Kashiwaya, K., Ochiai, S., Onuma research group; Hydro-environmental fluctuations inferred from lacustrine sediments in Lake Onuma, Hokkaido, Japan
15:00 Nagao, S. Kanamori, M., Ochiai, S., Tomihara, S., Yamamoto, M.; Migration behavior of Cs-134 and Cs-137 derived from the Fukushima Daiichi NPP in river systems in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan after a heavy rain event

15:20 Break

15:50 Kitaba, I., Hyodo, M., Katoh, S., Dettman, D.L., Sato, H.; Climate variations and floral changes during the Mid-Pleistocene transition around Osaka Bay, Japan
16:10 Hayashida, A., Haraguchi, T., Yamada, K., Yonenobu, H., Seto, K., Shinozuka, Y., Fukumoto, Y.; Environmental magnetism of sediments in Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia
16:30 Fukumoto, Y., Yonenobu, H., Haraguchi, T., Yamada, K., Hayashida, A., Seto, K., Shinozuka Y.; Holocene hydrological changes on paleo-sedimentary basin in Lake Tonle Sap, Cambodia
16:50 Lim, J., Choi, H.W., Lee, J.Y.; Climate change in Donghae area, Korea, over the past 40,000 years recorded in Cheongok Cave sediments

11 October
8:00 Move from the Hotel Maiko Villa to Kobe Univ. by bus

Session 7 9:00-11:50 (Kobe University) (Chair; Krivonogov, S., Fukushi, K.)
9:00 Liu, S. Kashiwaya, K., Lin, J.C., Jen, C.H.; Lacustrine sediment analysis of semi-alpine region of western Pacific monsoon belt since late Pleistocene
9:20 Yang, D.Y., Lim, J., Um, I.K., Lee, J.Y., Kim, J.Y., Yi, S., Kim, J.K.; The preliminary report of Modern and Holocene wetland evidences in the Kimpo-airport site, Korea
9:40 Li, C.; The tree line fluctuated and climatic changed during the past 5000 years in the Laojunshan Mountain, Yunnan Province
10:00 Nahm, W.H., Lim, J.; Mid-Holocene environmental changes deduced from sedimentary records in the lower reaches of the Yeongsan River, Korea

10:20 Break

10:50 Kashima, K.; The application of the diatom analysis for the prediction of coastal natural hazards in Japan
11:10 Kim, J.C., Chang, T., Yi, S., Kim, J.Y., Hong, S.S.; OSL dating of different grain-sized quartz from tidal flat sediments in the western coast of the Korean Peninsula
11:30 Hasebe, N.; Information for the field excursion: A review on the thermochronology of the Nojima Fault, Awaji Island, Japan

Poster Presentation: Ohtoshi Hall, 9 and 10 October

  1. Padilla, C., Iida, T., Onda,Y.; Groundwater at the deep seated landslide area

  2. Kim, J.K., Onda, Y., Yang, D.Y., Kim, M.S.; Soil erosion at forest floor well covered by litter layer under different tree species

  3. Yamamoto, H., Sugizaki, K., Nakao, S., Sasaki, H., Kodama, H., Tamura, T., Tokunaga, E.; Ephemeral flood generation at the head hollow in grazed pasture on the foot of volcanic mountain

  4. Suzuki, T., Nagao, S., Yonebayashi, K., Okazaki, M., Ochiai, S., Tokunari, T., Yamamoto, M.; Characteristics and behavior of particle organic matter in the Kumaki River and Nanao Bay on Noto Peninsula, Japan

  5. Murakami, T., Endo, N., Taniguchi, K., Azuma, R.; Flume experiments on flow motions in relation with alignment patterns of isolated dunes

  6. Maeda, K., Endo, N.; Laboratory analog experiments about wavy topographies on bedrock

  7. Nakauchi, T., Endo, N.; Dependence of sandbar form against sediment supply and discharge: flume experiment

  8. Oyunchimeg, T., Chebykin, E.P.; Express chemical methods for determination of high-resolution paleoenvironmental change proxies in sediments of Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia

  9. Katsuta, N., Naito, S., Murakami, T., Hasebe, N., Kashiwaya, K.; High-resolution X-ray fluorescence core mapping analysis of Darhad (north Mongolia) sedimentary sequences

  10. Murakami, T., Yamamoto, M., Fuchizaki, M., Fukushi, K., Nagao, S., Kashiwaya, K.; Uranium and Thorium isotopes record in sediment core (DDP10-3) of Darkhad basin, northern Mongolia

  11. Murakami, T., Katsuta, N., Kawai, T.; Interglacial climate changes in central Asia inferred from concentration variations of U and bioSi in Lake Baikal sediments

  12. Moon, J., Cheong, D., Kim, J.C., Lim, J., Lee, S., Kim, J.Y., Hong, S.S., Krivonogov, S.; Paleoenvironmental interpretation in the Darhad Basin during last 10,000 years from sedimentological and geochemical analyses

  13. Liang, L., Sun, Y., Yao, Z., Liu, Y., Wu, F.; High-resolution elemental analysis of loess U-channel samples High-resolution elemental analyses of northwestern Chinese loess deposits

  14. Tan, L., Cai, Y., An, Z., Cheng, H.; Climate variations in north central China during the last two millennia

  15. Wu, J., Liu, W., Zeng, H.; Environment history from sedimentary geochemical record of Lake Wuliangsu in semi-arid North China

  16. Shen, J., Zhu, Y.; Environmental evolution of the Xingkai Lake since 200 ka by OSL dating of sand hills

  17. Ogata, M., Hasebe, N., Fujii, N., Yamakawa, M., Sato, T., Fujita K.; Thermoluminescence dating of calcite veins in the Zambales Ophiolite, Luzon, Philippines

  18. Nakano, Y., Hasebe, N., Higashino, T.; The eruptive history of Hakusan volcano, Japan, using the thermoluminescence dating method

  19. Hong, S., Lee, J.Y., Kim, J.Y.; Occurrence of Quaternary sedimentary beds between the volcanic lavas from the Jeju Island, Korea

  20. Ji, Y.; The 3D numerical simulations of temperature, fluid flow and heatflow associated with subduction of a curved slab

  21. Lee, J., Hong, S.S., Kim, J.Y.; Preliminary study of Quaternary geologic map of the Yeongsan river basin, South Korea.

  22. Yi, S.H., Yang, D.Y., Kim, J.Y., Hong, S.S., Nahm, W.H.; Agricultural history in the west-central Korean Peninsula since the Neolithic Age based on pollen records

  23. Nishiyama, R., Munemoto, T., Fukushi, K.; Formation condition of monohydrocalcite from CaCl2-MgCl2-Na2CO3 solutions

  24. Yang, C., Kitadai, N., Fukush, K.; In-situ infrared spectroscopic observations of surface complexation modeling for sulfate adsorption on ferrihydrite

  25. Iwata, A., Hara, K., Matsuki, A.; The ice nucleation activity of Cryptomeria japonica pollen

  26. Fukushi, K, Yamashina, Y.; Desorption behavior of cesium from cesium bearing smectite by major cations

  27. Kitadai, N. Yokoyama, T., Nakashima, S.; Hydration-dehydration interactions between glycine and anhydrous salts: Implications for a chemical evolution of life

  28. Matsuki, A., Iwamoto, Y., Hara, K., Kinouchi, K., Iwata, A., Iwasaka, Y.; Cloud nucleating properties of atmospheric aerosols measured in Noto peninsula, Japan

  29. Byambanyam, E., Zedenish, B., Ganbat, B.; Using snow chemical method for air pollution assessmentîf Darkhan city of Mongolia

Oral presentation: Goshiki Hall

Time for presentation of oral papers will be 15 minutes, followed by 5 minutes for discussion. The meeting room will be equipped with one data projector for power-point presentations.

Poster presentation: Ohtoshi Hall

Space is available close to the meeting room for the presentation of papers as pictorial displays. The display surface for each poster will be 2.1 m (7 ft.) in height and 0.9 m (3 ft.) in width. Posters may be on display for two days (Oct.9 9:00-18:00, Oct.10 9:00-18:00)

Contact persons

Obayashi, R.

TEL+81-76-264-6531; FAX+81-76-264-6531: e-mail;

Kitadai, C.

TEL+81-76-264-6529; FAX+81-76-264-6545: e-mail;

Kakuma, Kanazawa 920-1192, Japan

Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University

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