Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameSHIRAIWA, Takayuki
AffiliationResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionVisiting Associate Professor
Arrival day2005-04-01
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth1964
Academic CareerDivision of Environmental Structure, Graduate School of Environmental Sciences, Hokkaido University, D. Course (1990)
Division of Environmental Structure, Graduate School of Environmental Sciences, Hokkaido University, M. Course (1989)
Department of Geography, Faculty of Education, Waseda University (1987)
Professional CareerAssociate Professor, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (2005)
Associate Professor, Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University (2004)
Assistant Professor, Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University (1990)
Higher DegreesD. in Environmental Sci. (Hokkaido University, 1993)
M. in Environmental Sci. (Hokkaido University, 1989)
Fields of SpecializationGlaciology, Physical Geography, Sougou-Chikyu-Kankyogaku
Academic Society MembershipsThe Japanese Society of Snow and Ice, The Association of Japanese Geographers, Japan Association for Quaternary Research, Japanese Geomorphological Union, International Glaciological Society

 

Books

【Chapters/Sections】

Uemura, R. and Shiraiwa, T. 2010 Paleoenvironmental reconstructions by means of ice cores from polar ice sheets and mountain glaciers. Japan Association for Quaternary Research (ed.) Japan Association for Quaternary Research, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Takayuki Shiraiwa 2009 Glaciers in the Arctic. Hokkaido branch of the Japanese Society of Snow and Ice (ed.) Hokkaido branch of the Japanese Society of Snow and Ice, Sapporo, pp.98-103. (in Japanese)

Takayuki Shiraiwa 2007,08 Climate changes in the northern North Pacific archived in ice cores in the Kamchatka Peninsula. Tachibana, Y. and Honda, M. (ed.) Meteorology of the Sea of Okhotsk. Kisyo Kenkyu Note, 214. Meteorological Society of Japan, pp.129-140. (in Japanese)

Papers

【Original Articles】

Santibanez, P., Kohshima, S., Scheihing, R., Jaramillo, J., Shiraiwa, T., Matoba, S., Kanda, D., Labarca, P. and Casassa, G. 2008 Glacier mass balance interpreted from biological analysis of firn cores in the Chilean lake district. Journal of Glaciology 54(186):452-462. (reviewed).

Kanamori, S., Benson, C.S., Truffer, M., Matoba, S., Solie, D.J., Shiraiwa, T. 2008 Seasonality of snow accumulation at Mount Wrangell, Alaska, USA. Journal of Glaciology 54(185):273-278. (reviewed).

Yamaguchi, S., Naruse, R., Shiraiwa, T. 2008 Climate reconstruction since the Little Ice Age by modelling Koryto glacier, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. Journal of Glaciology 54(184):125-130. (reviewed).

Yasunari T.J., T. Shiraiwa, S. Kanamori, Y. Fujii, M. Igarashi, K. Yamazaki, C.S. Benson and T. Hondoh 2007 Intra-annual variations in atmospheric dust and tritium in the North Pacific region detected from an ice core from Mount Wrangell, Alaska.. Journal of Gephysical Research 112( D10208 ). (reviewed).

Kohshima, S., N. Takeuchi, J. Uetake, T. Shiraiwa, R. Uemura, N. Yoshida, S. Matoba and M. A. Godoi 2007 Estimation of net accumulation rate at a Patagonian glacier by ice core analyses using snow algae. Global and Planetary Change 59:236-244. (reviewed).

Zwinger, T., R. Greve, O. Gagliardini, T. Shiraiwa, and M. Lyly 2007 A full stokes-flow thermo-mechanical model for firn and ice applied to the Gorshkov crater glacier, Kamchatka. Annals of Glaciology 45:29-37. (reviewed).

Matoba, S., S.V. Ushakov, K. Shimbori, H. Sasaki.,T. Yamasaki, A.A. Ovsyannikov, A.G. Manevich, T.M. Zhidelleva,, S. Kutuzov, Y.D. Muravyev and T. Shiraiwa 2007 The glaciological expedition to Mount Ichinsky, Kamchatka, Russia. Bulletin of Glaciological Research 24:79-85. (reviewed).

Solomina, O., G. Wiles, T. Shiraiwa and R. D'Arrigo 2007 Multiproxy records of climate variability for Kamchatka for the past 450 years. Climate of the Past 3:119-128. (reviewed).

Muravyev, Y.D., A.A. Ovsyannikov and T. Shiraiwa 2007 Activity of the Northern Volcano Group According to Drilling Data in the Ushkovsky Crater Glacier, Kamchatka. Journal of Volcanology and Seismology 1:47-57. (reviewed).

【Review Articles】

Nakatsuka, T., Nishioka, J. and Shiraiwa, T. 2008 Linkage between inland and open ocean ecosystems by material transport through river, shelf and intermediate water layer-Background of 2006/2007 research expedition in the Sea of Okhotsk-. Monthly “Kaiyo” Special Issue 50:68-76. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Shiraiwa, T. What was the Amur Okhotsk Project ? –Retrospect and prospect-. Closing symposium on the Amur Okhotsk Project 2005-2009, 2010.01.19-2010.01.20, Kyoto.

Shiraiwa, T. and Hanamatsu, Y. “The Giant Fish-Breeding Forest Hypothesis and its conservation”. International Symposium on “Environmental Conservation of the Sea of Okhotsk: Cooperation between Japan, China and Russia”, 2009.11.07-2009.11.08, Sapporo.

Shiraiwa, T. "Giant" Fish-Breeding Forest: A new environmental system linking continental watershed with open water. The 4th RIHN International Symposium “The Dilemma of Boundaries: Toward a New Concept of Catchment”, 2009.10.20-2009.10.22, Kyoto.

Shiraiwa, T. and the Amur-Okhotsk Project members he Amur-Okhotsk system or the “Giant” fish-breading forest connected by dissolved iron. Land cover and land use changes in North East Asia: problems of sustainable nature management, 2009.09.06-2009.09.12, Vladivostok, Russia.

Sasaki, H., Matoba, S. and Shiraiwa, T. Fe flux to the northern North Pacific estimated from the ice-core of Mt. Wrangell, Alaska. JSSI & JSSE Joint Conference on Snow and Ice Research 2008/Tokyo, 2008.09.24-2008.09.27, Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, The University of Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Shiraiwa, T. Amur-Okhotsk Project: How we protect the "Giant Fish-Breeding Forest" ?. Second Far Eastern International Economic Forum, 2007.09.19, Khabarovsk, Russia.

【Poster Presentation】

Matoba, S., Sasaki, H., Shiraiwa, T. and Muravyev, Y.D. Chemical compositions of an ice-core obtained from Mount Ichinsky, Kamchatka, Russia. JSSI & JSSE Joint Conference on Snow and Ice Research 2008/Tokyo, 2008.09.24-2008.09.27, Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, The University of Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Fukuda, T., Sugiyama, S., Shiraiwa, T. and Matoba, S. Glacier flow measurement and ice thickness sounding at Aurora Peak, Alaska in 2008. JSSI & JSSE Joint Conference on Snow and Ice Research 2008/Tokyo, 2008.09.24-2008.09.27, Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, The University of Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Shiraiwa, T., Matoba, S., Sugiyama, S., Sasaki, H., Okamoto, S., Fukuda, T., Solie, D.J., Yoshikawa, K. and Benson, C.S. Report on ice-core drilling at Aurora Peak, Alaska Range. JSSI & JSSE Joint Conference on Snow and Ice Research 2008/Tokyo, 2008.09.24-2008.09.27, Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, The University of Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Sasaki, H., Okamoto, S., Shiraiwa, T., Matoba, S., Sugiyama, S., Fukuda, T., Solie, D.J., Yoshikawa, K. and Benson, C.S. Preliminary report on ice-core analysis at Aurora Peak, Alaska Range. JSSI & JSSE Joint Conference on Snow and Ice Research 2008/Tokyo, 2008.09.24-2008.09.27, Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, The University of Tokyo. (in Japanese)

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

Takayuki Shiraiwa and the Amur-Okhotsk Project Members The Amur-Okhotsk Consortium for the conservation of the Sea of Okhotsk and Amur River basin. 25th Int. Symposium of Sea Ice and the Sea of Okhotsk, 2010.02.22, Monbetsu, Hokkaido. (in Japanese)

Takayuki Shiraiwa Multilateral effort in conserving the environment of the Amur River and the Sea of Okhotsk. Int. Symposium on Construction of Peace & Environmental Sphere in East Asia, 2009.11.21-2009.11.21, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Takayuki Shiraiwa Impacts of the land-use change in the Amur River basin on marine primary production in the Sea of Okhotsk and Oyashio region. JSPS Open Symposium, 2009.10.03, Tokyo. (in Japanese)