His scientific interests lie mostly in Zircon, Geochemistry, Eclogite, Subduction and Coesite. His Zircon research includes themes of Gneiss, Mineralogy and Petrology. His Mineralogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deformation, Fugacity and Geophysics.
Specifically, his work in Geochemistry is concerned with the study of Mantle. His Subduction study combines topics in areas such as Olivine, Seismic anisotropy and Continental crust. His Coesite research integrates issues from Metamorphism and Ultramafic rock.
Ikuo Katayama spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Petrology, Mineralogy, Subduction and Mantle. His Geochemistry study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Eclogite. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Permeability, Dilatant and Peridotite.
His Subduction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geophysics and Continental crust. His research integrates issues of Ophiolite, Basalt, Oceanic crust and Crust in his study of Mantle. His work in Zircon addresses issues such as Coesite, which are connected to fields such as Terrane and Kyanite.
Petrology, Composite material, Deformation, Mantle and Geotechnical engineering are his primary areas of study. His Mafic study, which is part of a larger body of work in Petrology, is frequently linked to Volcanology, bridging the gap between disciplines. He interconnects Subduction, Oceanic crust and Crust in the investigation of issues within Mantle.
Ikuo Katayama combines subjects such as Slab and Fault with his study of Subduction. Ikuo Katayama is conducting research in Geochemistry and Mineralogy as part of his Clay minerals study. In his works, Ikuo Katayama undertakes multidisciplinary study on Geochemistry and Dehydration.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Deformation, Petrology, Composite material, Subduction and Pore water pressure. His study on Deformation also encompasses disciplines like
His work on Montmorillonite as part of general Composite material study is frequently connected to Brucite, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His studies in Subduction integrate themes in fields like Slab, Fault, Transition zone and Mantle. His Mantle research focuses on Oceanic crust and how it relates to Mohorovičić discontinuity, Earth science, Crust and Seafloor spreading.
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Geodynamic Significance of Seismic Anisotropy of the Upper Mantle: New Insights from Laboratory Studies
Shun-ichiro Karato;Haemyeong Jung;Ikuo Katayama;Philip Skemer.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2008)
Global UHP metamorphism and continental subduction/collision: The himalayan model
J. G. Liou;T. Tsujimori;R. Y. Zhang;I. Katayama;I. Katayama.
International Geology Review (2004)
Effect of water and stress on the lattice-preferred orientation of olivine
H. Jung;H. Jung;H. Jung;I. Katayama;Z. Jiang;T. Hiraga.
Large areal extent of ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism in the Sulu ultrahigh-pressure terrane of East China: new implications from coesite and omphacite inclusions in zircon of granitic gneiss
Kai Ye;Yupeng Yao;Ikuo Katayama;Bolin Cong.
The misorientation index: Development of a new method for calculating the strength of lattice-preferred orientation
Philip Skemer;Ikuo Katayama;Zhenting Jiang;Shun-ichiro Karato.
Timing of Himalayan ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism: sinking rate and subduction angle of the Indian continental crust beneath Asia
Y. Kaneko;I. Katayama;H. Yamamoto;K. Misawa.
Journal of Metamorphic Geology (2003)
Major episodic increases of continental crustal growth determined from zircon ages of river sands; implications for mantle overturns in the Early Precambrian
Shuji Rino;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Brian F. Windley;Ikuo Katayama.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2004)
New type of olivine fabric from deformation experiments at modest water content and low stress
Ikuo Katayama;Haemyeong Jung;Shun-ichiro Karato.
Trench-parallel anisotropy produced by serpentine deformation in the hydrated mantle wedge
Ikuo Katayama;Ken-ichi Hirauchi;Katsuyoshi Michibayashi;Jun-ichi Ando.
Mineral inclusions in zircons of para- and orthogneiss from pre-pilot drillhole CCSD-PP1, Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling Project
Fulai Liu;Zhiqin Xu;Ikuo Katayama;Jingsui Yang.
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