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Postdoctoral Fellow


  • studentsName: Mikhail V. Vasiliev
    Year of joining: 2014

    Research interest:

    In my opinion “clumped-isotopes” technique is a unique and powerful tool for a paleo-temperature determination and could be useful in different area in science and industry. At the same time, calibration between 47-T is important for precision of this method. By analysing of different types of carbonates, we receive variability in calibration line due kinetic or biogenic processes. I am interesting to study these processes by analysing pedogenic and biogenic carbonates for searching the evidence of changes at different geological epoch due its precipitation or re-crystallization. My interests are paleo-climate reconstruction and geochronology determination which applied for rock analysis using mass-spectrometry techniques

    Previous affiliations
    • Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Publications
    • Journal
      • Naohiro Yoshida, Mikhail Vasiliev, Prosenjit Ghosh, Osamu Abe, Keita Yamada, Maki Morimoto, Precision and long-term stability of clumped isotope analysis of CO2 using a small sector isotope ration mass spectrometer. Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry, 2013, 27, 207-215.
      • V. S. Kulikov, Ya. V. Bychkova, V. V. Kulikova, Yu. A. Kostitsyn, O. S. Pokrovsky,
        M. V. Vasilev, The Ruiga Intrusion: A Typical Example of a Shallow-Facies Paleoproterozoic Peridotite–Gabbro–Komatiite–Basaltic Association of the Vetreny Belt, Southeastern Fennoscandia. Petrology, 2008, 16/6, 531 – 551.
    Conference proceedings:
    • Conference talk
      • Mikhail Vasiliev, Yamada Keita, Yoshida Naohiro, Clumped isotopes analyses for body water records on marine and terrestrial biogenic carbonates from Japan, Geochemical Society of Japan 2012, Fukuoka, September. 11-13, 2012
      • Mikhail Vasiliev, Yamada Keita, Yoshida Naohiro, Feasibility of “clumped isotopes” analysis of land-snails carbonate as a temperature indicator collected from Japan, Geochemical Society of Japan 2011, Sapporo, September. 14-16, 2011
      • Mikhail Vasiliev, Prosenjit Ghosh, Sarkar Soumen, Parthasarathi Ghosh, Keita Yamada, Naohiro Yoshida, Doubly substituted isotopomer analysis for carbonate paleo-temperature and latitudinal reconstruction of Indian plate during Phanerozoic period, Geochemical Society of Japan 2009, Hiroshima, September. 15-17, 2009
    • Poster presentation
      • Mikhail Vasiliev, Keita Yamada, Naohiro Yoshida, Evaluation of clumped-isotopes of land snail’s shells as paleo-environmental indicators, European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011, Vienna, Austria, 2011.4.3-8.
      • Mikhail Vasiliev, Keita Yamada, Naohiro Yoshida, Clumped isotopes analyses for temperature reconstruction of present living mollusks in coast area of Japan, ISI2010, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2010.6.22.
      • Mikhail Vasiliev, Clumped isotope analysis of present living mollusks collected from Tokyo Bay, Yokohama, Japan, Spring Workshop on Clumped Isotopes, Quaternary Research Center, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, USA, 2010.4.17.
      • P. Ghosh, M. Vasiliev, S. Sarkar, K. Yamada, N. Yoshida, Latitudinal Position of Indian Plate during Phanerozoic Period; Revealed Based on Abundances of 13C-18O Bonds in Palaeosol Carbonates, Goldschmidt 2009, Davos, Switzerland, 2009.6.25.
      • ) Mikhail Vasiliev, Prosenjit Ghosh, Keita Yamada, and Naohiro Yoshida, Clumped isotope analysis for paleothermometer by delta-XP at Tokyo Tech, ISI2008, Nihon Kagaku Miraikan, Tokyo, Japan, 2008.10.5.
      Weblinks

      www.researchgate.net/profile/Mikhail_Vasiliev3