• Publications
  • Influence
Hydrate-bearing structures in the Sea of Okhotsk
Gas hydrates are natural gas reservoirs in ice-like crystalline solids, and are stable in pore spaces of submarine sediments in water depths greater than about 300–500 m. They have been recovered inExpand
  • 35
  • 4
Late quaternary environmental changes on the southeastern slope of the Sea of Okhotsk inferred from benthic foraminifera
Benthic foraminifera were studied in 117 sediment samples from a 1112-cm-long core obtained from the Kamchatka continental slope (52°02.514′ N, 153°05.949′ E) at a sea depth of 684 m. The sectionExpand
  • 17
  • 4
Magnetic resonance diagnosis of the anterior labrum and capsule. Effect of field strength on efficacy.
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The authors compare the performance of high-field and low-field magnetic resonance (MR) systems in the evaluation of shoulder instability, 35 patients were examined at fieldExpand
  • 23
  • 2
Cine-mr imaging of the shoulder
Purpose: Shoulder lesions are usually examined with the joint in only one or two positions. We examined the shoulder with the joint in a variety of positions. We also assessed the application ofExpand
  • 26
  • 1
Structure and thermal expansion of natural gas clathrate hydrates
Abstract We report on the structural properties of natural gas hydrate crystals from the Sea of Okhotsk. Using powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD), it was determined that sediments from four locationsExpand
  • 49
  • 1
Relations between methane venting, geological structure and seismo-tectonics in the Okhotsk Sea
Methane investigations carried out in the Okhotsk Sea show that the methane flux from the earth’s interior into the water column increased during periods of seismo-tectonic activity between 1988 andExpand
  • 71
  • 1