Members of the project gave 5 talks and 4 posters on the latest research on Nankai Trough earthquakes and tsunamis, with Osamu Fujiwara also chairing a successful session on assessing earthquake and tsunami risks using geological records.
A QuakeRecNankai meeting attended by no less than 15 project members allowed us to discuss upcoming fieldwork and welcome Atsunori Nakamura (Geological Survey of Japan, AIST) to the project.
The week ended with a notable success, with Evelien Boes receiving a thoroughly deserved best student poster award.
|Laura Lamair introduces the Fuji Five Lakes|
|Ed Garrett summarises the current state of palaeoseismic research along the Nankai Trough|
|Evelien Boes talks through her award winning poster on Lake Hamana|
|Yoshiki Sato with his poster on biostratigraphic records from Lake Hamana|
|Ed Garrett with his poster on dating tsunami deposits|
|Laura Lamair discusses her poster on turbidites in the Fuji Five Lakes|