His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Archean, Continental crust, Phanerozoic and Seawater. His Geochemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Mineralogy. His work investigates the relationship between Archean and topics such as Basalt that intersect with problems in Banded iron formation, Seafloor spreading, Calcite and Hydrothermal circulation.
His biological study deals with issues like Earth science, which deal with fields such as Tectonics, Craton, Continental margin, Volcanism and Terrane. His work in Seawater tackles topics such as Doushantuo Formation which are related to areas like Anoxic waters, Isotope fractionation, Proterozoic, Deposition and Deep sea. His Metamorphism research includes themes of Metamorphic rock and Abiogenesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Archean, Paleontology, Petrology and Zircon. His Geochemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Seawater. The concepts of his Seawater study are interwoven with issues in Carbonate rock, Hydrothermal circulation, Isotope fractionation and Doushantuo Formation.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Earth science under Archean, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Continental crust. The Paleontology study which covers Isotopes of carbon that intersects with Sedimentary rock. His Metamorphism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Metamorphic rock, Metamorphic facies and Mineralogy.
Tsuyoshi Komiya mainly investigates Geochemistry, Paleontology, Archean, Seawater and Zircon. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrothermal circulation and Petrology in addition to Geochemistry. The various areas that Tsuyoshi Komiya examines in his Petrology study include Basalt and Petrogenesis.
The Cambrian explosion and Taxon research Tsuyoshi Komiya does as part of his general Paleontology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Medusozoa, Extant taxon and Monophyly, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In his work, Metamorphic rock is strongly intertwined with Metamorphism, which is a subfield of Archean. His Zircon research incorporates themes from Tectonics and Mantle.
Geochemistry, Paleontology, Archean, Mafic and Felsic are his primary areas of study. His Geochemistry and Volcanic rock, Protolith, Metamorphism, Primitive mantle and Petrogenesis investigations all form part of his Geochemistry research activities. His Volcanic rock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Seawater, Ophiolite and Hydrothermal circulation.
In the subject of general Paleontology, his work in Taxon is often linked to Medusozoa, Monophyly, Southern china and Phosphorite, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Particularly relevant to Banded iron formation is his body of work in Archean. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Felsic, Devonian, Igneous rock, Tectonics, Rift and Lithosphere is strongly linked to Zircon.
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Plate Tectonics at 3.8-3.7 Ga: Field Evidence from the Isua Accretionary Complex, Southern West Greenland.
Tsuyoshi Komiya;Shigenori Maruyama;Toshiaki Masuda;Toshiaki Masuda;Susumu Nohda;Susumu Nohda.
The Journal of Geology (1999)
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)
Coesite and clinopyroxene exsolution lamellae in chromites: In-situ ultrahigh-pressure evidence from podiform chromitites in the Luobusa ophiolite, southern Tibet
Shinji Yamamoto;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Kei Hirose;Shigenori Maruyama.
The Ediacaran radiogenic Sr isotope excursion in the Doushantuo Formation in the Three Gorges area, South China
Yusuke Sawaki;Takeshi Ohno;Miyuki Tahata;Tsuyoshi Komiya.
Precambrian Research (2010)
4.2 Ga zircon xenocryst in an Acasta gneiss from northwestern Canada : Evidence for early continental crust
Tsuyoshi Iizuka;Kenji Horie;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Shigenori Maruyama.
Uranium and molybdenum isotope evidence for an episode of widespread ocean oxygenation during the late Ediacaran Period
Brian Kendall;Brian Kendall;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Timothy W. Lyons;Steve M. Bates.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2015)
A New Concept of Continental Construction in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt
Inna Safonova;Reimar Seltmann;Alfred Kroner;Dmitry Gladkochub.
U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotope systematics of zircons from the Mississippi River sand: Implications for reworking and growth of continental crust
Tsuyoshi Iizuka;Takafumi Hirata;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Shuji Rino.
Detrital zircon evidence for Hf isotopic evolution of granitoid crust and continental growth
Tsuyoshi Iizuka;Tsuyoshi Komiya;Shuji Rino;Shigenori Maruyama.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
A new concept of continental construction in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt (compared to actualistic examples from the Western Pacific)
I Safonova;E Seltmann;A Kröner;D Gladkochub.
Episodes Journal of International Geoscience (2011)
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