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Yoshiyuki Tatsumi
Yoshiyuki Tatsumi
Professor of Magmatology, Kobe University
Verified email at diamond.kobe-u.ac.jp
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Subduction zone magmatism
Y Tatsumi, S Eggins
Wiley, 1995
14481995
Chemical characteristics of fluid phase released from a subducted lithosphere and origin of arc magmas: evidence from high-pressure experiments and natural rocks
Y Tatsumi, DL Hamilton, RW Nesbitt
Journal of volcanology and geothermal research 29 (1-4), 293-309, 1986
12091986
Migration of fluid phases and genesis of basalt magmas in subduction zones
Y Tatsumi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B4), 4697-4707, 1989
9031989
Trace element transport during dehydration processes in the subducted oceanic crust: 1. Experiments and implications for the origin of ocean island basalts
T Kogiso, Y Tatsumi, S Nakano
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 148 (1-2), 193-205, 1997
6531997
Generation of arc basalt magmas and thermal structure of the mantle wedge in subduction zones
Y Tatsumi, M Sakuyama, H Fukuyama, I Kushiro
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 88 (B7), 5815-5825, 1983
6171983
The structure of iron in Earth’s inner core
S Tateno, K Hirose, Y Ohishi, Y Tatsumi
Science 330 (6002), 359-361, 2010
4952010
Setouchi high-Mg andesites revisited: geochemical evidence for melting of subducting sediments
G Shimoda, Y Tatsumi, S Nohda, K Ishizaka, BM Jahn
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 160 (3-4), 479-492, 1998
4601998
Formation of the volcanic front in subduction zones
Y Tatsumi
Geophysical Research Letters 13 (8), 717-720, 1986
4011986
High-Mg andesites in the Setouchi volcanic belt, southwestern Japan: analogy to Archean magmatism and continental crust formation?
Y Tatsumi
Annu. Rev. Earth. Planet. Sci. 34, 467-499, 2006
3852006
Hot fingers in the mantle wedge: new insights into magma genesis in subduction zones
Y Tamura, Y Tatsumi, D Zhao, Y Kido, H Shukuno
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 197 (1-2), 105-116, 2002
3722002
Origin of high-magnesian andesites in the Setouchi volcanic belt, southwest Japan, II. Melting phase relations at high pressures
Y Tatsumi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 60 (2), 305-317, 1982
3561982
Origin of high-magnesian andesites in the Setouchi volcanic belt, southwest Japan, I. Petrographical and chemical characteristics
Y Tatsumi, K Ishizaka
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 60 (2), 293-304, 1982
3531982
The subduction factory: How it operates in the evolving Earth
Y Tatsumi
GSA today 15 (7), 4, 2005
3472005
Geochemical modeling of partial melting of subducting sediments and subsequent melt-mantle interaction: Generation of high-Mg andesites in the Setouchi volcanic belt, southwest …
Y Tatsumi
Geology 29 (4), 323-326, 2001
3162001
Ontong Java Plateau eruption as a trigger for the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event
MLG Tejada, K Suzuki, J Kuroda, R Coccioni, JJ Mahoney, N Ohkouchi, ...
Geology 37 (9), 855-858, 2009
2982009
Remelting of an andesitic crust as a possible origin for rhyolitic magma in oceanic arcs: an example from the Izu–Bonin arc
Y Tamura, Y Tatsumi
Journal of Petrology 43 (6), 1029-1047, 2002
2752002
Oxygen isotope evidence for slab melting in modern and ancient subduction zones
IN Bindeman, JM Eiler, GM Yogodzinski, Y Tatsumi, CR Stern, TL Grove, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 235 (3-4), 480-496, 2005
2642005
Contribution of slab melting and slab dehydration to magmatism in the NE Japan arc for the last 25 Myr: Constraints from geochemistry
T Hanyu, Y Tatsumi, S Nakai, Q Chang, T Miyazaki, K Sato, K Tani, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 7 (8), 2006
2392006
Trace element transport during dehydration processes in the subducted oceanic crust: 2. Origin of chemical and physical characteristics in arc magmatism
Y Tatsumi, T Kogiso
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 148 (1-2), 207-221, 1997
2351997
Crustal structure and evolution of the Mariana intra-oceanic island arc
N Takahashi, S Kodaira, SL Klemperer, Y Tatsumi, Y Kaneda, K Suyehiro
Geology 35 (3), 203-206, 2007
2112007
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