Resistivity and Induced Polarization characteristics of sediments from modern submarine hydrothermal system in Okinawa Trough, Japan (CHIKYU CK16-01 cruise)

@article{Komori2019ResistivityAI,
  title={Resistivity and Induced Polarization characteristics of sediments from modern submarine hydrothermal system in Okinawa Trough, Japan (CHIKYU CK16-01 cruise)},
  author={Shogo Komori and Yuka Masaki and Wataru Tanikawa and Junji Torimoto and Y. Ohta and Masato Makio and Lena Maeda and Jun-ichiro Ishibashi and Tatsuo Nozaki and Osamu Tadai and Hidenori Kumagai},
  journal={The 13th SEGJ International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, 12–14 November 2018},
  year={2019}
}
  • S. Komori, Y. Masaki, +8 authors H. Kumagai
  • Published 29 April 2019
  • Geology
  • The 13th SEGJ International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, 12–14 November 2018

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