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All abstracts by Ichiro Kaneoka in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Volatile Concentrations and Hydrogen Isotope Ratios of Submarine Glasses from Loihi and Kilauea
Shimizu K, Ushikubo T & Kaneoka I

(2016) Possible Key Materials to Unravel the Chemical State of the Deep mantle-Noble Gases, Kimberlites and E-Chondrites
Kaneoka I

(2013) Halogen Ratios in Kimberlites and their Xenoliths Related to their Origin
Toyama C, Muramatsu Y, Sumino H, Yamamoto J & Kaneoka I

(2011) Uniqueness of Kimberlite Magma: Its Source Characteristics and Transportation Systems Revealed by Isotope Signatures
Kaneoka I

(2011) Halogen Compositions in Kimberlites and their Constituent Minerals
Toyama C, Muramatsu Y, Yamamoto J, Sumino H, Nakai S & Kaneoka I

(2009) Geochemical Studies of Kimberlites and their Constituent Minerals from China and South Africa
Toyama C, Muramatsu Y, Kojitani H, Yamamoto J, Nakai S & Kaneoka I

(2008) High 3He/4He Reservoir – Highly Depleted Source?
Kaneoka I

(2007) Re-Os Isotope Systematics of Kimberlites from SW Greenland: Implications for an Isolated Lithospheric Mantle between 1149Ma and 600Ma
Senda R, Suzuki K, Kawabata H & Kaneoka I

(2007) A Deep Mantle Reservoir Inferred from Isotope Signatures of Kimberlites
Kaneoka I

(2007) Ghost Primordial He and Ne
Albarede F & Kaneoka I

(2007) Determination of 33 Elements in Kimberlites from South Africa and China by ICP-MS
Tooyama C, Muramatsu Y, Yamamoto J & Kaneoka I

(2006) Kimberlites vs. ocean-island basalts:comparison as an indicator for volatiles and some other elements in deep mantle
Kaneoka I

(2006) Deep mantle origin of kimberlite magmas revealed by neon isotopes
Sumino H, Kaneoka I, Matsufuji K & Sobolev A

(2006) Trace elements in grain-boundary component in mantle xenoliths from Far Eastern Russia
Yamamoto J, Nakai S, Kaneoka I, Kagi H, Sato K, Prikhod'ko V & Arai S

(2005) Isotopic and Geochemical Characteristics of the Réunion Hotspot; Evidence from the Lavas of Mauritius
Nohda S, Kaneoka I & Hanyu T

(2003) Noble Gas Study of on- and Off-Axis Alkali Volcanism at the Hawaiian Hotspot
Hanyu T, Clague D, Kaneoka I, Dunai T & Davies G

(2003) Noble Gas Study on Fluid Inclusions in Mantel-Derived Xenoliths from Eastern China
Lai Y & Kaneoka I

(2003) Be Isotopic Systematics in Island-Arc Volcanic Rocks from the North-East Japan Including Hokkaido Area
Shimaoka A, Imamura M & Kaneoka I

(2003) High 3He/4He Detected in Kimberlites from Southern West Greenland
Tachibana Y, Kaneoka I, Gaffney A & Upton B

(2003) The Geochemical Society of Japan Award Lecture: Terrestrial Noble Gases – A Unique Indicator for the Chemical Structure and Evolution of the Earth
Kaneoka I

(2003) Fossil Pressures of Fluid Inclusions in Mantle Xenoliths: Implications for Geobarometry of Mantle Minerals Using Micro Raman Spectroscopy
Yamamoto J, Kagi H, Kawakami Y, Kaneoka I, Lai Y & Prikhod’ko V

(2003) Cross-Check of Radiocarbon Dating between the Beta ray Counting Method and the AMS Method
Miyairi Y, Fukuoka T & Kaneoka I

(2002) Rare Gas and Sr-Nd-Pb-Hf Isotope Systematics of Deccan Flood Basalts
Hanyu T, Dunai TJ, Davies GR, Nakai S, Kaneoka I & Fujii T

(2002) Extremely Low 3He/4He Ratios Observed in Siberian Mantle Xenoliths
Yamamoto J, Kaneoka I, Nakai S, Kagi H, Prikhod'ko V & Arai S

(2002) How are Pristine Noble Gas Signatures of the Earth's Interior Affected by Secondary Processes?
Kaneoka I

(2001) Noble Gases in the Hawaiian Plume: Primary and Secondary Signatures Reflecting Magmatic Processes
Kaneoka I, Hanyu T, Yamamoto J & Miura YN

(2000) Noble Gas and Other Isotope Characteristics Relating to the Subduction Processes Around the Japanese Islands
Kaneoka I

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