日下 宗一郎

Kusaka Soichiro

  • 講師
  • 学位:博士(理学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Humanities / Department of Humanities

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Humanities & social sciences Museology
  • Humanities & social sciences Cultural properties
  • Life sciences Physical anthropology

受賞

  • The Anthropological Society of Nippon Anthropological Science Achievement Award for Young Investigators Variability in stable isotope ratios in two Late-Final Jomon communities in the Tokai coastal region and its relationship with sex and ritual tooth ablation,

論文

Diet or mobility? Multi-isotopic (C, N, and Sr) dietary modeling at Shamanka II, Cis-Baikal, Siberia

3000-year-old shark attack victim from Tsukumo shell-mound, Okayama, Japan

Stable isotope analysis of human bone hydroxyapatite and collagen for the reconstruction of dietary patterns of hunter-gatherers from Jomon populations

Geographic variation of Sr and S isotope ratios in bottled waters in Japan and sources of Sr and S

Ecological and cultural shifts of hunter-gatherers of the Jomon period paralleled with environmental changes

Prehistoric diet and mortuary practices in the Jomon period: Isotopic evidence from human skeletal remains from the Yoshigo shell mound

Variations in lignin-derived phenols in sediments of Japanese lakes over the last century and their relation to watershed vegetation

Homogeneous diet of contemporary Japanese inferred from stable isotope ratios of hair

Kantis: A new Australopithecus site on the shoulders of the Rift Valley near Nairobi, Kenya

Paleoenvironmental changes across the Carnian/Norian boundary in the Black Bear Ridge section, British Columbia, Canada

Fundamental study on estimation of origin of coastal sediment using rare earth elements and strontium isotopes

Carbon isotope ratios of human tooth enamel record the evidence of terrestrial resource consumption during the Jomon period, Japan

Radiocarbon dating and carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis on human skeletal remains from Koh and Ikawazu sites of the Jomon period

Carbon and oxygen isotope ratios and their temperature dependence in carbonate and tooth enamel using a GasBench II preparation device

Changes in stable nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios of plants and soil across a boreal forest fire chronosequence

Changes in stable nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios of plants and soil across a boreal forest fire chronosequence

Strontium isotope analysis to reveal migration in relation to climate change and ritual tooth ablation of Jomon skeletal remains from western Japan

Dental metric variability associated with human migration from skeletal remains of two Jomon sites (Yoshigo and Inariyama) in the Atsumi Peninsula area

Strontium isotope evidence of migration and diet in relation to ritual tooth ablation: a case study from the Inariyama Jomon site, Japan

講演・口頭発表等

  • Preliminary report on stable isotope analysis on fossil mammal teeth from the Late Miocene in Khorat, Northeastern Thailand

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

Stable isotope analysis on the estimates of diet and sex of human skeletal remains of the Jomon period

Austronesian migration into Southeast Asia: interdisciplinary study of their pottery and burial tradition

Reconstruction of Jomon social studies by interdisciplinary research among archaeology, anthropology and scientific studies on cultural properties.

Study on the hominoid fossils, fauna, and paleoenvironments in Thailand

Environmental impact on the population decrease during the transition from the Middle to Late Jomon periods.

Investigation of diet and radiocarbon ages of Jomon skeletal remains using the isotope analyses

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