New perspective on subducting seamounts and slow earthquakes
through drilling and monitoring
The IODP proposal for Hyuga-Nada drilling to understand the effect of seamount subduction on slow earthquakes were sent to Chikyu IODP Board (CIB) with an excellent rating. The lead proponents (Rie Nakata, Masataka Kinoshita, Yoshitaka Hashimoto and Yohei Hamada) are organizing this workshop and aim to discuss what/how scientific drilling and borehole observatories, integrating with seismological/geophysical observations, can provide the clue for understanding the relationship between subducting seamounts and slow earthquakes .We do not limit our discussions to Hyuga-Nada. We want to be broad and include up-to-date achievements in other significant subduction zones marked by the subduction seamounts. We hope this workshop will be a good oppotunity to make a scientific community for the subject in the future IODP. This workshop is also co-organized by A01 and A02 groups in JSPS KAKENHI, Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) "Science of Slow-to-Fast earthquakes".
Date and location
Date: 27th May, 2023
Time: 9:00-16:00 JST (GMT+9)
Venue: Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo
Meeting room: Seminar room (Building 1, 2nd floor)
Access – Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo (u-tokyo.ac.jp)
In person and zoom.
Keynote talks will be given in-person.
Dr. Tianhaozhe Sun
Dr. Rie Nakata and others
Off Muroto, Nankai
Dr. Shuichi Kodaira
Dr. Demian Saffer
Dr. Paola Vannuchi
Off Ibaraki, Kanto Region
Dr. Kimihiko Mochizuki
Dr. Akira Ijiri
Dr. Michael Strasser
Dr. Eiichiro Araki
ECORD-Japan SOD program post-2024
(MarE3) Dr Nobuhisa Eguchi and Dr. Saneatsu Saito
Yoshitaka Hashimoto (Kochi University)
Rie Nakata (ERI, University of Tokyo)
Masa Kinosthia (ERI, University of Tokyo)
Yohei Hamada (JAMSTEC Kochi)
organized and also supported by
A01 and A02 groups in JSPS KAKENHI Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) "Science of Slow-to-Fast earthquakes".
Japan Drlling and Earth Science Consortium (J-DESC)
J-DESC supports the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.