General Information

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NAKAMURA Naoko


Position

Professor

Laboratory Address

Research Center for Arcaheology Kagoshima University, Korimoto 1-21-24, Kagoshima, Japan

Research Fields, Keywords

Archaeology of Japan, pottery, Sue ware, kiln site, living

Mail Address

E-mail address

Academic Career at Kagoshima Univ. 【 display / non-display

  • Kagoshima University Research Field in Cooperation, Integrated Arts and Sciences Area Research Center for Archaeology, Professor, 2015.04 -

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Archaeology

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • English, UAV-based Airborne Laser Scanning in densely vegetated areas: Detecting Sue pottery kilns in Nakadake Sanroku, Japan, New Global Perspectives on Archaeological Prospection (pp.220 - 223) , 2019.09, Michael Doneu, Maria Shinoto, Irmela Herzog, Naoko Nakamura, Hideyuki Haijima, Tomokazu Ōnishi, Shōhei Kita'ichi, Baoquan Song

    DOI:10.32028/9781789693072, Research paper (international conference proceedings), No peer review, Multiple Authorship, Archaeology, Geography, Measurement engineering

  • English, The role of tephras in developing a high-precision chronostratigraphy for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction and archaeology in southern Kyushu, Japan, since 30,000 cal. BP: An integration, Quaternary International, vol.397 (pp.79 - 92) , 2016.03, Hiroshi Moriwaki, Naoko Nakamura, Toshiro Nagasako, David J. Lowe, Tomoe Sangawa

    DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2015.05.069, Research paper (scientific journal), Peer reviewed, Multiple Authorship, y Human geography, Archaeology, Geology

  • English, A New Light on the Evolution and Propagation of Prehistoric Grain Pests: The World's Oldest Maize Weevils Found in Jomon Potteries, Japan, PLoS ONE, vol.6 (3) (pp.e14785 - ) , 2011.02, Hiroki Obata, Aya Manabe, Naoko Nakamura, Tomokazu Onishi, Yasuko Senba

    Research paper (scientific journal), Peer reviewed, Multiple Authorship

  • English, Tephra and archaeology in southern Kyushu, Japan, International Field Conference and Workshop on Tephrochronology, Volcanism and Human Activity (p.71) , 2010.05, Naoko NAKAMURA, Tomoe SANGAWA, Rumiko WADA, Mitsuhiro KUWAHATA and Hiroshi MORIWAKI

    Research paper (international conference proceedings), Peer reviewed, Multiple Authorship

Review Papers 【 display / non-display

  • English, Tephras and archaeology in southern Kyushu,, INTRA-CONFERENCE FIELD TRIP GUIDES, Active Tephra in Kyusyu, 2010, International Field Conference and Workshop on Tephrochronology, Volcanism and Human Activity (pp.71 - 75) , 2010.05, Hiroshi MORIWAKI , Naoko NAKAMURA and Tomoe SANGAWA

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal), Multiple Authorship

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research 【 display / non-display

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A),2015.04 - 2020.03,NAKAMURA Naoko

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • JSSSCP2019, Internal meeting, 2019.06, Detecting Sue kilns with LiDAR technology: Visualizations and results from the kiln site cluster in Nakadake Sanroku, Kagoshima prefecture, Oral Presentation(general), Archaeology, Geography, Measurement engineering

  • WAC-8, International conference, 2016.08 - 2016.09, Oral Presentation(general), Archaeology