Daisuke Yamazaki mostly deals with Mineralogy, Olivine, Analytical chemistry, Geophysics and Ringwoodite. He studies Forsterite, a branch of Mineralogy. He works mostly in the field of Olivine, limiting it down to concerns involving Mantle and, occasionally, Water content.
His work deals with themes such as Self-diffusion, Annealing, Silicon and Ambient pressure, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. His work on Seismic anisotropy and Geothermal gradient as part of his general Geophysics study is frequently connected to Temperature gradient, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Wadsleyite research extends to Ringwoodite, which is thematically connected.
Daisuke Yamazaki focuses on Mineralogy, Analytical chemistry, Crystallography, Composite material and Diamond. He combines subjects such as Perovskite and Mantle with his study of Mineralogy. His study focuses on the intersection of Perovskite and fields such as Phase with connections in the field of Post-perovskite.
His research in Analytical chemistry intersects with topics in In situ, X-ray crystallography, Diffraction and Volume. His research integrates issues of Bulk modulus and Lattice constant in his study of Crystallography. His research in Composite material tackles topics such as Anisotropy which are related to areas like Shear.
His primary scientific interests are in Mantle, Analytical chemistry, Silicate perovskite, Viscosity and Mineralogy. The Mantle study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Petrology, Transition zone and Anisotropy. His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nitrogen plasma, Diamond and Oxygen.
His Silicate perovskite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rheology, Composite material, Ringwoodite and Water content. His Mineralogy research incorporates elements of Diffraction and Tungsten carbide. His studies in Secondary ion mass spectrometry integrate themes in fields like Volume, Diffusion, Olivine and Forsterite.
His primary areas of study are Silicate perovskite, Mantle, Diamond, Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Silicate perovskite brings together such families of science as Slip, Shear, Simple shear and Anisotropy. The concepts of his Mantle study are interwoven with issues in Petrology and Crust.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Synchrotron, Diffraction, Boron and Tungsten carbide. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Anhydrous, Transition zone and Water content. His Analytical chemistry research includes themes of Silicon, Single crystal, Stishovite and Oxygen.
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Adiabatic temperature profile in the mantle
Tomoo Katsura;Tomoo Katsura;Akira Yoneda;Daisuke Yamazaki;Takashi Yoshino.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2010)
Some mineral physics constraints on the rheology and geothermal structure of Earth’s lower mantle
Daisuke Yamazaki;Shun Ichiro Karato.
American Mineralogist (2001)
Small effect of water on upper-mantle rheology based on silicon self-diffusion coefficients
Hongzhan Fei;Michael Wiedenbeck;Daisuke Yamazaki;Tomoo Katsura.
Silicon self-diffusion in MgSiO3 perovskite at 25 GPa
Daisuke Yamazaki;Takumi Kato;Hisayoshi Yurimoto;Eiji Ohtani.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2000)
Grain Growth Rates of MgSiO3 Perovskite and Periclase Under Lower Mantle Conditions
Daisuke Yamazaki;Takumi Kato;Eiji Ohtani;Mitsuhiro Toriumi.
Fabric development in (Mg,Fe)O during large strain, shear deformation: implications for seismic anisotropy in Earth's lower mantle
Daisuke Yamazaki;Shun Ichiro Karato.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2002)
Origin of seismic anisotropy in the D″ layer inferred from shear deformation experiments on post-perovskite phase
Daisuke Yamazaki;Takashi Yoshino;Hiroaki Ohfuji;Jun ichi Ando.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
High-pressure rotational deformation apparatus to 15 GPa
D. Yamazaki;Shun Ichiro Karato.
Review of Scientific Instruments (2001)
A nearly water-saturated mantle transition zone inferred from mineral viscosity
Hongzhan Fei;Hongzhan Fei;Daisuke Yamazaki;Moe Sakurai;Moe Sakurai;Nobuyoshi Miyajima.
Science Advances (2017)
Effect of temperature, pressure and iron content on the electrical conductivity of olivine and its high-pressure polymorphs
Takashi Yoshino;Akira Shimojuku;Shuanming Shan;Xinzhuan Guo.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
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