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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Masako Tominaga

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Curriculum Vitae

 

Curriculum Vitae (05. 20. 2011)
Masako Tominaga
Ph.D, Postdoctoral Investigator
http://www.whoi.edu/hpb/Site.do?id=9332

Address: Department of Geology and Geophysics
 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
 Clark, 241B, MS#22
 Woods Hole, MA 02543

E-mail/Phone mtominaga@whoi.edu / +1-508-289-3943 

Nationality: Japanese
|  EDUCATION |
Ph.D, May 2009, Geological Oceanography, Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University
M.S., August 2005, Geological Oceanography, Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University
B.Eng., March 2002, Rock Mechanics and Petroleum Production Laboratory,
          Department of Natural Resource and Environmental Engineering, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
 
|  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  | 
2011.3.1- present         Postdoctoral Investigator, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
2009.9.1-2011.2.28     Postdoctoral Scholar, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
2010. 9.7-2010.12.21   Lecturer, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Geosciences, Boston College
2009.4.27-2009.7.27     Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Oceanography, Texas A&M University (sponsor: Mitch Lyle)
2003.1.1-2009.2.27       Graduate Research Assistant, Dept. of Oceanography, Texas A&M University (advisor: Will Sager)
2007. 2.16-2007.2.31   Part Time Scholar, Paleomagnetism Lab., JAMSTEC
2005. 7.1 -2005.8.31    Adjunct Trainee for IODP Expt. 309, JAMSTEC
2004.12.1 -2005.3.31    Adjunct Trainee for IODP Exp. 305, JAMSTEC*
* JAMSTEC = Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
 
|  RESEARCH INTERESTS  |
Earth’s magmatism, Mid-Ocean Ridge processes and crustal/lithosphere evolution (Ultra-slow to super-fast spreading regimes), Global and regional scale plate tectonics, evolution of Hydrogeology and physical properties of the oceanic lithosphere, Jurassic- Early Cretaceous Pacific geodynamics, and Jurassic- Early Cretaceous Geological Time Scale, using Marine Geophysics and Geology Approaches including Potential field data analyses, Multi-Channel Reflection Seismic, High-resolution bathymetry, Scientific Ocean Drilling, Petrophysics, Downhole Logging, Numerical Modeling, Geomagnetism, Rock Magnetism and Paleomagnetism.

|  FIELD EXPERIENCE  |     
             (10 cruises/391 days sea-time as of June 2011, italic = scheduled)
2011  Hawaiian Jurassic Crust, R/V T. G. Thompson (scheduled 11/04-12/17/2011, Chief Scientist)
2011  Magnetic & Physical Property Mapping of the Carbonation Front: Linnajavri Ophiolite, Norway (8/19-9/5/2011)
2011  IODP Expedition 335 Superfast Spreading Crust 4 (Physical Properties Specialist/USSSP)
2009  IODP Expedition 324 Shatsky Rise (Paleomagnetic Specialist/USSSP)
2008  NERC-JC21 Hess Deep Site Survey (Marine Geophysicist, invited)
2007  NSF-IODP Site Survey KNOX06RR: the Ninety East Ridge (Co-chief scientist in training)
2005  IODP Expedition 312, Superfast Spreading Crust 3 (Geophysicist/USSSP)
2005  IODP Expedition 309, Superfast Spreading Crust 2 (Physical properties specialist/JDESC)
2005  IODP Expedition 305, Atlantis Massif (Paleomagnetist/JDESC)
2004  Deep-tow seismic survey, the Sigsbee Escarpment, Gulf of Mexico (Geophysicist)
2003 Texas Parks and Wildlife Side Scan sonar Project 2002, Shallow water side-scan sonar environmental site survey in Galveston Bay (Field Assistant)
2002 NSF TN152 Deep-tow magnetic survey in the Pacific Jurassic Quiet Zone (Geophysicist)
2002 Earth Science spring field trip (10days NM, AZ, CA, and NV), Department of Science/School of Education, Waseda University (Student) 
2000 Summer short course in oil sand field, Fort McMurray, Canada, JAPEX Canada / Canada Oil Sands Co. Ltd. (Student)
|  TEACHING |
2010      Lecturer, Marine Geology (GE530) Fall 2010 Department of Earth and Environmental Geosciences, Boston College   
2009      Guest lecturer, Science 100 (Fall Semester 2009, broadcasted from onboard D/V JOIDES Resolution), the Division of Science and Mathematics, University of the Virgin Islands. 
2009      Guest lecturer, Islands of Natural Hazard, Physical Geology 100 (Spring semester 2009), Salem State College, Massachusetts.
2000-2001 Part time teacher for 9th grade summer & winter high school entrance exam preparation course (Math and Science), Kanagawa Association of Education. Ltd    
|  OUTREACH  |
2011    Participant in IODP Exp.335 outreach program (American International School, Shanhai, China)
2010    Judge for Science Fair, Lawrence School, Falmouth, MA.
2009    Participant in IODP Exp.324 outreach program (National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo) 
2009    Lead proponent for the white paper to IODP-US Advisory Committee “Workshop to broaden the participation in IODP science and programs”
2009    Event Coordinator/Supervisor, “Compute This” (geological/environmental), Texas Science Olympiad, College Station, TX
2009    Judge for 2009 International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering, and Environment) Project Olympiad, Houston, TX
2008    Judge for Science Fair, Harmony Science Academy (K-12), Bryan, TX
2007    Participant in “Sea90E” (NSF-IODP JOI Learning, http://www.joilearning.org/sea90e/)
 
|  GRANTS and CONTRACTS  |
<Funded>
2011   Co-PI, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Independent Study Award: Multi-scale Magneticand
          Conductivity Mapping of a Carbonation Front: Toward the Development of an in situ Monitoring system for Geological CO2 sequestration. (PI: M. Tivey, $50,000)
2010   PI, NSF-OCE 1029965 Collaborative Research: A Deep-AUV Magnetic and Seismic
           Study of the Hawaiian Jurassic Crust—The Global Significance of Jurassic Magnetic Anomalies.
           (Co-PIs: M. Tivey, D. Lizarralde, W. Sager, and A. Oakley) ($ 572,819, 09/15/2010-08/31/2012)
2010  Co-PI, Developing Underwater Cosmic-Ray Muon Radiography – A Novel Application to Image
           the Inside of Active Submarine Volcanoes (Co-PIs: Karl von Reden (PI), Norm Farr, and Cliff Pontbriand)($74,867, 12/01/2010-11/30/2011).
2010   Named Postdoc (M. Kurz (PI)), WHOI Independent Research Grants: Fluid Tracers in the Ocean
           Crust: New Noble Gas Studies from Ocean Drilling ($48,581, 06/01/2010-05/31/2012). 
2010  Co-PI/Named Postdoc (M. A. Tivey (PI)), NSF-OTIC 0961163: Collaborative Research:
         Developing Prototype Drifters to Measure the Geomagnetic Field in the Oceans. (Co-PIs: B.Owens, W. Sager) ($330,086, 07/01/2010-06/30/2013)
2010   PI, IODP USSSP Post Expedition Award: IODP Expedition 324: Shatsky
           Rise—Northwest Pacific Ocean/Downhole Log-Based Lithology and Magnetic Characterization of
           Holes U1347A, U1348A, and U1349A at the Shatsky Rise ($15,000).
2006   PI, IODP USSSP Post Expedition Award T324A26: Core-Log Reorientation and
           Integration of Expedition 312 Samples: Foundation for Interdisciplinary Direction Study of
           Superfast Spreading Oceanic Crust IODP Expedition 312 ($22,340).
<Other proposals pending>
Lead Proponent of two IODP-APL proposals, forwarded to OTF June 2011):
Revealing the in situ Structural Orientation and Crustal Architecture of DSDP Hole 418A
(Co-Proponents: K. Becker, G. Wheat, and Y. Harigane)
Revealing the in situ Crustal Architecture in DSDP/ODP Hole 504B
(Co-Proponent: K. Becker, G. Wheat, Y. Harigane, and D. Teagle)
 
|  AWARDS  |
2009   Distinguished Graduate Student Awards in Research, The Association of Former Students and the Office of Graduate Studies at Texas A&M University.
2008   Schlanger Ocean Drilling Fellowships ($28,000 09/01/2007-08/31/2009)
2007   Outstanding Student Paper Award, AGU Fall 2007 Meeting
2005   Geosciences Graduate Excellence Scholarship, College of Geoscience, Texas A&M University ($5,000)
2002   College of Geoscience GERAC Fellowship, Texas A&M University.
 
|  SERVICE  |
External
2010-2013 Science Technology Panel (Phys. Prop., Geophysics), Integrated Ocean Drilling Program
2010    Judge for the best student paper award, Ocean Science (OS21C), AGU Fall 2010 Meeting
2010    Report writing committee: IODP Mohole Workshop, Kanazawa, Japan
2009    Steering committee and mentor for OecanLeadership-IODP “IODP Primer: An Introduction to
            Ocean Drilling Programs”, San Francisco, CA.
2009    Co-convener for Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism general session (GP01), AGU fall meeting 2009, San Francisco.
Internal
2009-2010 Vice Chair and Department representative (Dept. of Geology and Geophysics),
             Postdoctoral Association, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
2006-2007 Geological Oceanography Section Representative, Oceanography Graduate Council,
             Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University
2005      Graduate student representative, Ocean Drilling and Sustainable Earth Science
             (ODASES) faculty search committee, College of Geoscience, Texas A&M University.
2004-2005 Geological Oceanography Section Representative, Oceanography Graduate Council,
              Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University

Review
National Science Foundation (OCE/MGG), Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems,
Gephysical Research Letters

|  WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION  | 
2011 Geological Carbon Capture & Storage in Mafic and Ultramafic Rocks, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.
2010  Reaching the Mantle Frontier: Moho and Beyond, Carnegie Inst., Washington D.C.
2010  IODP Mohole Workshop, Kanazawa, Japan
2010  AGU Chapman Conference on detachments in oceanic lithosphere: Deformation magmatism, fluid flow, and ecosystems, Agros, Cyprus.
2010  National Postdoctoral Association, 8th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia
2010  National Summit on Gender and the Postdoctorate, Philadelphia
2009  USSSP: Scientific Ocean Drilling of Mid-Ocean Ridge and Ridge-Flank Settings (University of Texas, Austin)
2009  InterRidge Workshop: Melting, Magma, Fluids and Life: Workshop for Scientific Ocean Drilling (Southampton, UK)
2009  International Continental Drilling Project-workshop on the Colorado Plateau Coring Project, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
2009  InterRidge Deep-Sea Mining of Seafloor Massive Sulfides: A Reality for Science and Society in the 21st Century (Woods Hole, MA)
2009  Marine Geoscience Leadership Symposium (Consortium for OceanLeadership, Washington D.C.)
2008  GSA short course: Fundamentals of seismic structural analysis and hydrocarbon analysis for graduate students, Houston, TX.
2008  Ridge2000 Community Meeting.
2006  IODP-Mission Moho Workshop, Portland, Oregon.
 
 
|  MEMBERSHIP  |
American Geophysical Union, Japan Geoscience Union


|  PUBLICATIONS |
In Preparation
Malinverno, A., J. C. Hildebrandt, and M. Tominaga, A M-sequence geomagnetic polarity time scale that
minimizes global spreading rate variations and incorporates cyclostratigraphic information, in prep.
Tominaga, M., M. A. Tivey, C. J. MacLeod, C. J. Lissenberg, D. J. Shillington, and V. Ferrini,
Characterization of the in situ magnetic and lithologic architecture of Hess Deep using near-
bottom vector magnetic data, in prep.
Submitted
Boulila, S., J. G. Ogg, P. A. Przybylski, B. Galbrun, L. A. Hinnov, A. Coe, M. Tominaga, and W. W.
Sager, Pacific spreading rates during Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous, Geology, submitted.
Tominaga, M., “Imaging” the cross section of oceanic crust: the development and future of
scientific ocean basement electrical resistivity logging, Tectonophysics, invited review.
In Revision
Veloso, E., R. Anma, M. Tominaga, N. Hayman, N. Astudillo, Karuya, R. González, T, Yamazaki, and C.
Arriagada, Construction Methanism of Sheeted Dike Complex at Superfast-Spreading oceanic ridges, insights from IODP Hole 1256D (Eastern Pacific), G-cubed, in revision.
Published (peer-reviewed)
Blackman, D. K., B. Ildefonse, B. E. John, Y. Ohara, D. J. Miller, and IODP 304-305 Science Party, 2011,
Drilling constraints on lithospheric accretion and evolution at Atlantis Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge 30ºN, Journ. Geophys. Res., accepted.
Tominaga, M., Lyle, M. C., and Mitchell, N., 2011, Seismic Interpretation of pelagic sedimentation
regimes in the 18-53 Ma eastern equatorial Pacific: Basin-scale sedimentation and infilling of abyssal valleys, Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., doi:10.1029/2010GC003347.
Tominaga, M., and W. W. Sager, 2010a, Revised Pacific M-anomaly Geomagnetic Polarity Time Scale,
Geophys. Journ. Int., 182, 203-232.
Tominaga, M., and W. W. Sager, 2010b, The Tectonic Origin of the Magnetic Smooth Zone in Early
Cretaceous North Atlantic, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, doi:10.1029/2009GL040984
Tominaga, M., and S. Umino, 2010, East Pacific Rise Lava Deposition History: the First Cross Section
View of the Superfast Spreading Upper Oceanic Crust, Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., Q05003, doi:10.1029/2009GC002933.
Zhao, X., and M. Tominaga, 2009, Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic results from lower crustal rocks of
IODP Site U1309: implication for thermal and accretion history of the Atlantic Massif, Tectonophysics, doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2009.04.017.
Tominaga, M., D. A. H. Teagle, J. C. Alt, and S. Umino, 2009, Determination of the  Volcanostratigraphy of Oceanic Crust Formed at Superfast Spreading Ridge: Electrofacies
Analyses of ODP/IODP Hole 1256D, Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., 10, Q01003,
doi:10.1029/2008GC002143.
Iwashita, D., N. Morita, and M. Tominaga, 2008, Shear-type Borehole Wall Shifts Induced during Lost
Circulations, Soc. Petrol. Eng. Dril. Compl., 23, 301-313.
Swift, S, M. Raichow, A. Tikku, M. Tominaga, and L. Gilbert, 2008, Vertical velocity structure of upper
ocean crust at ODP Hole 1256D, Geochem. Geophys. Geosys.,Q10O13,
doi:10.1029/2008GC002188. 
Tominaga, M., W. W. Sager, M. A. Tivey, and S. M. Lee, 2008, Deep-tow Profile Study of the Pacific
Jurassic Quiet Zone and Inferences for the Geomagnetic Polarity Reversal Timescale and Jurassic
Geomagnetic Field Behavior, Journ. Geophys. Res, 113, doi:10.1029/2007JB005527.
Oceanic core complexes and crustal accretion at slow-spreading ridges, 2007, Ildefonse, B., D. K.
Blackman, B. E. John, Y. Ohara, D. J. Miller, C. J. MacLeod, and Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expeditions 304/305 Science Party, Geology, 35, 623-626.
Tivey, M. A., W. W. Sager, S. Lee, and M. Tominaga, 2006, Rapid magnetic field reversal and low
amplitude as a cause of the Pacific Jurassic Quiet Zone, Geology, 34, 9, 789-792, doi:10.1130/G22849
Tominaga, M., W. W. Sager, and J. E. T. Channel, 2006, Paleomagnetism of the Basaltic Section,
Site1213, Shatsky Rise, In Bralower, t. J., Premoli Silva, I., and Malone, M. J., (Eds.), Proc. ODP, 
Sci. Res., 198: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 1-15.
Wilson, D. S., D. A.H. Teagle, J. C. Alt, N. R. Banerjee, S. Umino, S. Miyashita, G. D. Acton, R. Anma,
S. R. Barr, A. Belghoul, J. Carlut, D. M. Christie, R. M. Coggon, K. M. Cooper, C. Cordier, L. Grispini, S. R. Durand, F. Einaudi, L. Galli, Y. Gao, J. Geldmacher, L. A. Gilbert, N. W. Hayman, E. Herrero-Bervera, N. Hirano, S. Holter, S. Ingle, S. Jiang, U. Kalberkamp, M. Kerneklian, J. Koepke, C. Laverne, H. L. Lledo Vasquez, J. Maclennan, S. Morgan, N. Neo, H. J. Nichols, S. Park, M. K. Reichow, T. Sakuyama, T. Sano, R. Sandwell, B. Scheibner, C. E. Smith-Duque, S. A. Swift, P. Tartarotti, A. A. Tikku, M. Tominaga, E. A. Veloso, Toru Yamazaki, S. Yamazaki, and C. Ziegler, 2006, Drilling to Gabbro in Intact Ocean Crust, Science, 312, 1016-1020.
 
|  CONTRIBUTION TO DATA BANK and BOOK CHAPTERS  |
Ildefonse, B., N. Abe, D. K. Blackman, J. P. Canales, Y. Isozaki, S. Kodaira, G. Meyers, K. Nakamura, M.
Nedimovic, A. C. Skinner, N. Seama, E. Takazawa, D. A. H. Teagle, M. Tominaga, S. Umino, D.
S. Wilson, and M. Yamao, 2010, The Mohole: A Crustal Journey and Mantle Quest, Workshop in
Kanazawa, Japan, 3-5 June 2010, Scientific Drilling, 10, 56-63.
Expedition 324 Preliminary Report: "Testing plume and plate models of ocean plateau formation at
Shatsky Rise, northwest Pacific Ocean", doi:10.2204/iodp.pr.324.2010
Tominaga, M. and M. C. Lyle, Multi-channel seismic reflection data processing: TUIM03 site survey
cruise (UTIG Marine Seismic Data Bank).
Expedition 304/305 Scientists, 2006. Site U1309. In Blackman, D.K., Ildefonse, B., John, B.E., Ohara,
Y., Miller, D.J., MacLeod, C.J., and the Expedition 304/305
Scientists, Proc. IODP, 304/305: College Station TX (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management
International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.304305.103.2006
Expedition 309/312 Scientists, 2006. Superfast spreading rate crust 3: a complete in situ section of upper
oceanic crust formed at a superfast spreading rate, IODP Prel. Rept., 309.
doi:10:2204/iodp.pr.312.2006. http://iodp.tamu.edu/publications/PR/312PR/312PR.html.
Expedition 309 Scientists, 2005. Superfast spreading rate crust 2: a complete in situ section of upper
oceanic crust formed at a superfast spreading rate. IODP Prel. Rept., 309.
doi:10:2204/iodp.pr.309.2005. http://iodp.tamu.edu/publications/PR/309PR/309PR.html.
Expedition 305 Scientists, 2005. Oceanic Core Complex 2. IODP Prel. Rept., 305.
doi:10:2204/iodp.pr.305.2005.http://iodp.tamu.edu/publications/PR/305PR/305PR.html.
|  COLLOQUIA (invited)  |
Tominaga, M., 2010, When we star at wiggles, what are we really looking at? Recent near-bottom
          magnetic results from the Hess Deep, Department Seminar, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Morris, T., and M. Tominaga, 2009, Advances in core-log correlation using Formation 
          MicroScanner imagery: core reorientation (by Morris) and lithostratigraphy (by Tominaga) in hard-
          rock IODP drill holes, Melting, Magma, Fluids and Life– Challenges for the next generation of
          scientific ocean drilling into the oceanic lithosphere, Southampton, UK.
Tominaga, M., W. W. Sager, M. A. Tivey, and S. Lee, 2006, Magnetic Anomaly Analyses and its
          Implications about the Pacific Jurassic Quiet Zone, Geological Oceanography Seminar, Graduate
          School of Oceanography, University of Rode Island.
Tominaga, M., W. W. Sager, M. A. Tivey, and S. Lee, 2004, Deep-tow magnetic analyses of the
          Pacific Jurassic Quiet Zone, Friday Seminar, Institute for Frontier Research on Earth Evolution,
          Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology.
 
|  CONFERENCES  | 
(* = presented, Italic = submitted)
Tominaga*, M., and F. Klein, Downhole magnetic and physical property logging of serpentinized
peridotite and carbonate-altered serpentinite. ICDP 2011 Geological Carbon Capture & Strage
in Mafic and Ultramafic Rocks, Oman.
Macleod, C. J., M. Tominaga*, M. A. Tivey, A. Morris, and D. J. Shillington, Characterization of the in
situ magnetic and lithologic architecture of Hess Deep using near-bottom vector magnetic data,  AGU Fall meeting 2010.
Mitchell, N. C., M. Tominaga*, N. Dubois, and M. W. Lyle, The equatorial Pacific sedimentary system,
AGU Fall meeting 2010.
Tominaga*, M., The leading edge of basement logging science: The detailed in situ volcanic architecture,
crustal construction processes, vacancy for water, minerals, and microbes, and beyond, AGU Fall meeting 2010.
Hildebrandt, J. C., A. Malinverno, and M. Tominaga, A M-sequence geomagnetic polarity time scale
modeling that steadies spreading rates globally and incorporates cyclostratigraphy constraints, AGU Fall meeting 2010.
Mitchell, N. C., M. Tominaga, and M. W. Lyle, The equatorial Pacific pelagic sedimentary system,
PP43A-01, AGU The Meeting of the Americas, Foz do Iguassu, Brazil,
Tominaga*, M., and W. W. Sager, Origin of the Magnetic Smooth Zone in Early Cretaceous North
Atlantic, AGU Chapman Conference, Cyprus.
Tominaga*, M., and S. Umino, Lava Deposition History in ODP/IODP Hole 1256D: Insights from Log-
             based Volcanostratigraph, Scientific Ocean Drilling of Mid-Ocean Ridge & Ridge-Flank Settings
Workshop, Austin, TX.
Morris, T., and M. Tominaga*, Advances in core-log correlation using Formation MicroScanner imagery:
core reorientation and lithostratigraphy in hard-rock IODP drill holes, Melting, Magma, Fluids and Life– Challenges for the next generation of scientific ocean drilling into the oceanic lithosphere, Southampton, UK.
Tominaga,* M., Architecture of the Upper Oceanic Crust, Marine Geoscience Leadership Symposium,
Consortium for OceanLeadership, Washington D. C.
Teagle, D. A. H., and the ODP Leg 206 and IODP Expedition 309/312 Science Parties Team, Insights on
the formation and evolution of the upper oceanic crust from deep drilling at ODP/IODP Hole 1256D, EGU2009-11042.
Lissenberg, C. J., K. A. Howard, C. J MacLeod, D. J. Shillington, D. A. H. Teagle, K. M. Gillis, and JC-
21 Scientific Party, Petrology of fast-spreading lower oceanic crust exposed at Hess Deep:
Preliminary results from cruise JC-21, EGU2009-10364.
Tominaga*, M, S. Umino, D. A. H. Teagle, J. C. Alt, 2008, The upper crustal formation at the superfast-
spreading East Pacific Rise: Insights on the lava deposition history at Hole 1256D, Eos Trans.  AGU, 89(53),Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V43I-03.
Sager, W.W., and M.Tominaga, 2008, Paleomagnetic of basaltic rocks cored from the Walvis Ridge, South
Atlantic and implications for hotspot paleolatitude, Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl.,
Abstract GP14A-05.
Swift, S. A., Stephen, R. A., Reichow, M. K., Tikku, A. A., Tominaga*, M., and Gilbert,  
L. A., 2008, Velocity structure of upper oceanic crust at ODP Site 1256, EOS Trans.  AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V51F-2107.
Tominaga*, M., J. C. Alt, S. Umino, and D. A. H. Teagle, ODP/IODP Hole 1256D volcanostratigraphy: a
cross-section view of the East pacific Rise upper oceanic crust and new insights of lava deposition history, 2008, Ridge 2000 community Meeting ’Mantle to Microbe: Integrated Studies at Oceanic Spreading Centers’, Portland, Oregon. Abstract volume is available at:
  http://www.ridge2000.org/science/meetings/mantle_to_microbe_spring2008.php
Tominaga*, M., D. A. H. Teagle, Alt, J. C., and S. Umino, 2007, Determination of Volcanostratigraphy of
ODP/IODP Hole 1256D: Quantitative and Qualitative Core-Log Integration, Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS51A-0178.
Sager, W. W., and M. Tominaga*, 2007, A Robust Compilation of the Pacific M-anomaly Geomagnetic
Polarity Sequence, Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T13A-1131.
Eisin, A., Paul, C. F., W. W. Sager, Pringle, M. S, Frey, F. A., K. Krishna, D. Gopala Rao, O. Levchenko,
M. Tominaga, L. A. Nemazi, D. Soule, S. Hilding-Kronforst, 2007, Preliminary Geophysical Results from the Ninetyeast Ridge Expedition, AGU Fall meeting, Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V21B-0610.
Tominaga, M.*, and W. W. Sager, 2006, The revised compilation of the Mesozoic Geomagnetic Polarity
Time Scale and its Implication, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet.Suppl., Abstract GP11A-
0059.
Zhao, X., J. Cheng, and M. Tominaga, 2006, ‘New Paleomagnetic and Rock Magneitc Results from
Lower Crustal Rocks of IODP Site U1309, Atlantis Massif’, Eos Trans.AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet.Suppl., Abstract GP11A-0054.
Iwashita, D., N. Morita, and M. Tominaga, 2006, ‘Shear-Type Borehole Wall Shifts induced During Lost
   Circulations’, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Poster session.    
Awaji, S., Abe, N., Andal, E., Awaji, S., Hirose, T., Ishimaru, S., Maeda, J., Michibayashi, K., Nakagawa,
    N., Nozaka, T., Ohara, Y., Tamura, A., Tominaga, M., Yamasaki, T., and IODP Expedition   
   304/305 Shipboard Scientific Party, 2005. Petrography and geochemistry of basalt and diabase
   from Site U1309, IODP Expeditions 304 and 305, Atlantis Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge [2005
   Japan Earth and Planetary Science Joint Meeting, Chiba, 22–26 May 2005].
Maeda, J., Abe, N., Andal, E., Awaji, S., Hirose, T., Ishimaru, S., Michibayashi, K., Nakagawa, T.,
   Nozaka, T., Ohara, Y., Tamura, A., Tominaga, M., Yamasaki, T., and IODP Expedition 304/305 Shipboard Scientific Party, 2005. A multiply-intruded gabbroic oceanic crust drilled at Site U1309, IODP
             Expeditions 304 and 305, Atlantis Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge: a preliminary
             result [2005 Japan Earth and Planetary Science Joint Meeting, Chiba, 22–26 May 2005].
Ohara, Y., Abe, N., Andal, E., Awaji, S., Hirose, T., Ishimaru, S., Maeda, J., Michibayashi, K.,
         Nakagawa, N., Nozaka, T., Tamura, A., Tominaga, M., Yamasaki, T., and IODP Expeditions
             304/305 Shipboard Scientific Party, 2005. IODP Expeditions 304/305 at an oceanic core
   complex: Atlantis Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge [2005 Japan Earth and Planetary Science Joint
             Meeting, Chiba, 22–26 May 2005].
Tominaga*, M., W. W. Sager, M. A. Tivey, and S. Lee, 2004, Deep-tow Study of Magnetic Anomalies in
the Pacific Jurassic Quiet Zone’, Eos Trans.AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet.Suppl., Abstract GP43B-
0856.
Tominaga*, M., N. Morita, and D. Iwashita, 2002, 3-D fracture analysis around borehole under in-situ
effective stress with Boundary Element Method, The Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology Spring Meeting, Oral presentation.

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