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Modeling long‐term volcanic hazards through Bayesian inference: An example from the Tohoku volcanic arc, Japan
AJ Martin, K Umeda, CB Connor, JN Weller, D Zhao, M Takahashi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B10), 2004
Late Cenozoic volcanic activity in the Chugoku area, southwest Japan arc during back‐arc basin opening and reinitiation of subduction
JI Kimura, T Kunikiyo, I Osaka, T Nagao, S Yamauchi, S Kakubuchi, ...
Island Arc 12 (1), 22-45, 2003
Aqueous fluids derived from a subducting slab: Observed high 3He emanation and conductive anomaly in a non-volcanic region, Kii Peninsula southwest Japan
K Umeda, Y Ogawa, K Asamori, T Oikawa
Journal of volcanology and geothermal research 149 (1-2), 47-61, 2006
Geological and geochemical indicators of paleohydrogeology in Tono uranium deposits, Japan
Y Yusa, K Ishimaru, K Ota, K Umeda
Paleohydrogeological methods and their applications, 1993
Helium isotopes as geochemical indicators of a serpentinized fore‐arc mantle wedge
K Umeda, GF McCrank, A Ninomiya
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B10), 2007
Constraining the timing of brittle deformation and faulting in the Toki granite, central Japan
S Yamasaki, H Zwingmann, K Yamada, T Tagami, K Umeda
Chemical Geology 351, 168-174, 2013
Helium isotopes as a tool for detecting concealed active faults
K Umeda, A Ninomiya
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 10 (8), 2009
Sequence of the volcanism and tectonics during the last 2.0 million years along the volcanic front in Tohoku district, NE Japan
K Umeda, S Hayashi, M Ban, M Sasaki, T Ohba
Kazan 44 (5), 233-249, 1999
Relationship between helium isotopes and heat flux from hot springs in a non‐volcanic region, Kii Peninsula, southwest Japan
K Umeda, Y Sakagawa, A Ninomiya, K Asamori
Geophysical research letters 34 (5), 2007
High 3He emanations from the source regions of recent large earthquakes, central Japan
K Umeda, A Ninomiya, GF McCrank
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 9 (12), 2008
Multiple lines of evidence for crustal magma storage beneath the Mesozoic crystalline Iide Mountains, northeast Japan
K Umeda, K Asamori, A Ninomiya, S Kanazawa, T Oikawa
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B5), 2007
Groundwater pressure changes in Central Japan induced by the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake
M Niwa, R Takeuchi, H Onoe, K Tsuyuguchi, K Asamori, K Umeda, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 13 (5), 2012
A large intraplate earthquake triggered by latent magmatism
K Umeda, K Asamori, T Negi, T Kusano
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B1), 2011
Release of mantle and crustal helium from a fault following an inland earthquake
K Umeda, K Asamori, T Kusano
Applied geochemistry 37, 134-141, 2013
Spatial patterns of initiation ages of active faulting in the Japanese Islands
R Doke, S Tanikawa, K Yasue, A Nakayasu, T Niizato, K Umeda, ...
Active Fault Res 37, 1-15, 2012
Cooling history of the Cretaceous Toki granite in the eastern Sanyo Belt, Central Japan
S Yamasaki, K Umeda
JMMPS 41 (2), 39-46, 2012
Probabilistic methods for estimating the long-term spatial characteristics of monogenetic volcanoes in Japan
A Martin, M Takahashi, K Umeda, Y Yusa
Acta Geophysica Polonica 51 (3), 271-289, 2003
Magnetotelluric imaging of crustal magma storage beneath the Mesozoic crystalline mountains in a nonvolcanic region, northeast Japan
K Umeda, K Asamori, T Negi, Y Ogawa
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 7 (8), 2006
Fission track ages of tephras from Daisen and Sambe volcanoes and their volcanological implications
JI Kimura, S Okada, K Nakayama, K Umeda, T Kusano, Y Asahara, ...
The Quaternary Research (Daiyonki-Kenkyu) 38 (2), 145-155, 1999
Current status of the AMS facility at the Tono Geoscience Center of the Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Y Saito-Kokubu, A Nishizawa, M Suzuki, Y Ohwaki, T Nishio, A Matsubara, ...
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 2013
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