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  1. Unveiling the geohistory of the northernmost part of the Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line - “Itoigawa”, 1:50,000 quadrangle geological map -

    [posted on November 7, 2018]

  2. A comprehensive Asian geoscience data sharing system is officially launched and made accessible online worldwide - CCOP Geoinformation Sharing Infrastructure for East and Southeast Asia (GSi) Project -

    [posted on October 24, 2018]

  3. Volcanic history of Hachijojima Volcano revealed -Geological map of Hachijojima Volcano-

    [posted on October 15, 2018]

  4. Microfossils as a new index to revise the geology in eastern Hokkaido - “Abashiri”, 1:50,000 quadrangle geological map -

    [posted on October 12, 2018]

  5. Investigating Mt. Fuji Eruption History with Lake-Floor Sediments -Undetected eruptions preserved in Lake Motosu-
    (Joint research with Akita University, Ghent University, The University of Tokyo)

    [posted on October 12, 2018]

  6. Using artificial intelligence to understand volcanic eruptions from tiny ash
    (Joint research with Tokyo Institute of Technology and The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)

    [posted on October 2, 2018]

  7. Summary Report: GSJ International Training Course on Practical Geological Survey Techniques 2018 - application to geological disaster mitigation -

    [posted on August 3, 2018]

  8. GSJ and the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR), Kingdom of Thailand have signed the MOU on 6 July 2018.

    [posted on July 31, 2018]

  9. A new method to distinguish fossil corals that retain the original marine environmental information
    - for further elucidation of paleo-marine environment -

    [posted on May 25, 2018]

  10. 3D visualization of the subsurface geological structure beneath the northern area of Chiba Prefecture, central Japan
    - Release of the first 3D geological map in Japan -

    [posted on April 24, 2018]

  11. GSJ and the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) have signed the MOU on 26 February 2018.

    [posted on March 26, 2018]

  12. GSJ International Training Course on Practical Geological Survey Techniques 2018
    - application to geological disaster mitigation -

    [posted on March 23, 2018]

  13. The southern Ryukyu Islands have been repeatedly hit by gigantic tsunamis-the study proves

    [posted on January 31, 2018]

  14. Deciphering the history of human-induced ocean acidification recorded in coral reefs

    [posted on January 31, 2018]

  15. Assistant Director General Masahiko Makino and GSJ members attended the 53rd CCOP Annual Session on 16-18 October 2017.

    [posted on January 11, 2018]