Takeshi Tsuji mostly deals with Seismology, Seafloor spreading, Accretionary wedge, Subduction and Trench. His work in the fields of Seismology, such as Aftershock, overlaps with other areas such as Waveform. His Seafloor spreading study combines topics in areas such as Structural basin, Hydrothermal circulation, Geochemistry, Bathymetry and Upwelling.
His work in Accretionary wedge tackles topics such as Pore water pressure which are related to areas like Décollement and Particle velocity. His research in Subduction intersects with topics in Intraplate earthquake and Foreshock. The Trench study combines topics in areas such as Crust and Forearc.
His main research concerns Seismology, Subduction, Fault, Surface wave and Tectonics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Slip, Pore water pressure and Trough in addition to Seismology. His research combines Trench and Subduction.
The various areas that Takeshi Tsuji examines in his Surface wave study include S-wave and Tomography. Takeshi Tsuji conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Tectonics and Line through his research. Takeshi Tsuji has included themes like Seafloor spreading and Décollement in his Accretionary wedge study.
His primary areas of study are Ambient noise level, Seismology, Pore water pressure, Surface wave and Subduction. Takeshi Tsuji interconnects Surface displacement and Sediment compaction in the investigation of issues within Seismology. Takeshi Tsuji combines subjects such as Slip, Soil science, Sea level and Atmospheric pressure with his study of Pore water pressure.
The concepts of his Slip study are interwoven with issues in Shear zone, Trough and Accretionary wedge. His study in Surface wave is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Acoustics and Tomography. His research in Forearc and Nankai trough are components of Subduction.
His primary scientific interests are in Ambient noise level, Surface wave, Tomography, Acoustics and Seismology. Many of his studies on Surface wave involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Fault. His Tomography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as S-wave, Computational physics and Coherence analysis.
His studies in Acoustics integrate themes in fields like Amplitude, Bandwidth and Bathymetry. His research investigates the connection between Amplitude and topics such as Clathrate hydrate that intersect with issues in Seismic attribute, Wavelet, Volume, Source rock and Petrology. His Seismology research includes elements of Dispersion, Love wave and Surface wave inversion.
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Frontal wedge deformation near the source region of the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake
Yoshihiro Ito;Takeshi Tsuji;Yukihito Osada;Motoyuki Kido.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
Episodic slow slip events in the Japan subduction zone before the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake
Yoshihiro Ito;Ryota Hino;Motoyuki Kido;Hiromi Fujimoto.
Shear wave imaging from traffic noise using seismic interferometry by cross-coherence
Norimitsu Nakata;Roel Snieder;Takeshi Tsuji;Ken Larner.
Waveform tomography imaging of a megasplay fault system in the seismogenic Nankai subduction zone
Rie Kamei;R. Gerhard Pratt;Takeshi Tsuji.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2012)
Runaway slip to the trench due to rupture of highly pressurized megathrust beneath the middle trench slope: The tsunamigenesis of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake off the east coast of northern Japan
Gaku Kimura;Shoko Hina;Yohei Hamada;Jun Kameda.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2012)
Effective stress and pore pressure in the Nankai accretionary prism off the Muroto Peninsula, southwestern Japan
Takeshi Tsuji;Takeshi Tsuji;Hidekazu Tokuyama;Patrizia Costa Pisani;Gregory Moore.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Monitoring seismic velocity change caused by the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake using ambient noise records
Shohei Minato;Takeshi Tsuji;Shiro Ohmi;Toshifumi Matsuoka.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
Pore pressure distribution of a mega-splay fault system in the Nankai Trough subduction zone: Insight into up-dip extent of the seismogenic zone
Takeshi Tsuji;Rie Kamei;R. Gerhard Pratt.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2014)
Simultaneous seismic reflection and physical oceanographic observations of oceanic fine structure in the Kuroshio extension front
Y. Nakamura;T. Noguchi;T. Tsuji;S. Itoh.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Extension of continental crust by anelastic deformation during the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake: The role of extensional faulting in the generation of a great tsunami
Takeshi Tsuji;Kiichiro Kawamura;Toshiya Kanamatsu;Takafumi Kasaya.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2013)
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