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SEGJ Technical Conference


The 139th (2018 FALL) SEGJ CONFERENCE

Toyama International Conference Center, TOYAMA, JAPAN
October 22 - 24, 2018



GENERAL INFORMATION
VENUE
Toyama International Conference Center, 1-2 Ote-machi Toyama-city, TOYAMA, JAPAN
SCHEDULE

Monday, October 22, 2018
Technical SessionsRoom No.1 (MR 201-2, 2F)10:30-16:50
Technical SessionsRoom No.2 (MR 203, 2F)10:30-16:30
Poster Core Time Room No.3 (MR 204, 2F)16:50-18:20
Exhibition Room No.3 (MR 204, 2F) 10:30-18:20
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Technical SessionsRoom No.1 (MR 201&202, 2F) 09:40-11:20
Technical SessionsRoom No.2 (MR 203, 2F) 09:40-11:20
Executive Sessions Room No.1 (MR 201&202, 2F)) 12:30-14:30
__Chair: Toshiki WATANABE (NAGOYA University)
__Presentation(1):
Jadeite Designated as National Stone
__ Hiroshi MIYAJIMA (Fossa Magna Museum)
__Presentation(2):

Practical Application Study on an Engineering Risk Management
__Takashi HARA (University of Toyama)
Dedicated Sessions Room No.1 (MR 201&202, 2F) 14:50-17:20
BanquetFoyer (3F) 17:30-19:30
Exhibition Room No.3 (MR 204, 2F) 09:40-12:30
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Technical SessionsRoom No.1 (MR 201&202, 2F) 09:40-11:20
Technical SessionsRoom No.2 (MR 203, 2F) 09:40-11:20
Exhibition Room No.3 (MR 204, 2F) 09:40-11:20
Field Trip


Hongu Sabo Dam
Tateyama Caldera Sabo Museum
Yoshinotomo Shuzo Sake Gura
12:00-
Eary Evening



REGISTRATION
Pre-Registration and Onsite Registration are available.
All payments must be made in JPY (Japanease Yen).
Registered and Paid
Pre-Registration
(Until Ocotober 8, 2018)
Onsite Registration
Conference
Meeting
Member / Non-member
JPY 07,560-**
JPY 08,640-**
Student
JPY 03,780-**
JPY 04,320-**
Banquet
(Evening on October 23)
Member / Non-member
JPY 07,560-**
JPY 08,640-**
Student
JPY 03,240-**
JPY 03,240-**
Field Trip
(Afternoon on October 24)
Member / Non-member
JPY 03,240-**
JPY 03,240-**
Student
JPY 00,000-**
JPY 00,000-**

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Pre-registrant will receive PAPER Proceedings at the reception of the conference.
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PAPER Proceedings can be purchased at a price of JPY 1,620-.



FIELD TRIP
DESTINATION
Hongu Sabo Dam
Erosion contorol dam which boasts the largest sediment storage capacity in Japan
Tateyama Caldera Sabo Museum
Tateyama Caldera is one of the leading major landside sites in Japan. A vast amout of landside sediment left in the Tateyama Caldera had repeatedly caused landside disaster along the Jogan River. You can experience stories of "the nature and history of Tateyama Caldera" and "Sabo (erosion contorol)" at the museum.
Yoshinotomo Shuzo Sake Gura
Japanease Wine Breweries
SCHEDULE
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Departure from VENUE after the monring technical sessions.
Visit to Hongu Sabo Dam , Tateyama Caldera Sabo Museum and Yoshinotomo Shuzo Sake Gura .
Arrival at Toyama Station around 18:00.
More information about the field trip will be sent to those who have pre-registered the field trip.
CANCELLATION
No Refund Will Be Made.

Please note that the SEGJ reserves the right to cancel the field trip due to low participation, and/or to make changes in the itinerary whenever, in its sole judgment, conditions warrant it. In case of cancellation decided by the SEGJ, payment will be refunded in full.


EXHIBITION
LIST OF EXHIBITORS
3S Ocean Network Ltd
Kinkei System Corporation
Terra Corporation


ADVERTISEMENT
LIST OF ADVERTISEMENTS
Geophysical Surveying Co., Ltd.(GSC)
ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corpration(CTC)
Kawasaki Geological Engineering Co. Ltd.(KGE)


ITEMS TO KNOW
1) Awards of the SEGJ Conference
2) Guide for Technical Session


TECHNICAL PROGRAMME

Oct 22, Room No.1

Session [Earthquake/Disaster1]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 10:30-10:50
1) Seismic survey using Ocean Bottom Nodes off Ishikari, Japan Sea [Abstract]

*Tetsuo No, Takeshi Sato, Shuichi Kodaira(JAMSTEC),Satoshi Shimizu, Tetsuya Yokota, Norio Shimomura, Kaoru Takizawa(NME),Tetsuro Tsuru(Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology),Seiichi Miura(JAMSTEC)
Oct 22,
 10:50-11:10
2) Deep subsurface modeling in Kanto plain using pseudo earthquake Horizontal-to-Vertical spectral ratio based on the diffuse field theory. [Abstract]

*Haruhiko Suzuki(OYO),Fumiaki Nagashima(Kyoto University),Tadashi Sato, Atsushi Yatagai, Koichi Hayashi(OYO),Hiroshi Kawase(Kyoto University)
Oct 22,
 11:10-11:30
3) Terrain correction and gravity data format for regional gravity survey [Abstract]

*Yasuaki Murata(GSJ, AIST)
Oct 22,
 11:30-11:50
4) Ground type classification for strong motion evaluation based on the characteristics of Phase-Velocity Curves estimated by Microtremor Array Measurements [Abstract]

*Shigeki Senna, Atsushi Wakai(NIED),Atsushi Yatagai, Hisanori Matsuyama(OYO Corp),Hiroyuki Fujiwara(NIED)
Oct 22,
 11:50-12:10
5) S-wave Velocity Structure Exploration in Narita, Chiba prefecture using Seismic Interferometry for Strong Motion Record [Abstract]

*Kosuke Chimoto, Hiroaki Yamanaka(Tokyo Tech.)


Session [Earthquake/Disaster2]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 13:10-13:30
6) Application of ground deformation analysis technique to disaster prevention by InSAR time series analysis [Abstract]

*Shuichi Rokugawa, Takako Nakamura(The Univ. of Tokyo)
Oct 22,
 13:30-13:50
7) Studies on disaster prevention using InSAR time series analysis [Abstract]

*Takako Nakamura, Shuichi Rokugawa(The Univ. of Tokyo)
Oct 22,
 13:50-14:10
8) Spectral separation analysis of strong ground motion records observed around Fujikawa fault zone [Abstract]

*Hiroaki Yamanaka, Kosuke Chimoto(Tokyo Inst. Tech.),Masahiro Korenaga, Seiji Tsuno(Railway Tech. Res. Inst.),Hiroe Miyake(Univ. of Tokyo),Shigeki Senna(NIED)
Oct 22,
 14:10-14:30
9) Influence of 2-D assumption on deep S-wave velocity structure model estimated from waveform inversion [Abstract]

*Kentaro Kasamatsu(Kajima Corporation),Hiroaki Yamanaka(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Oct 22,
 14:30-14:50
10) Experimental tests for verifying a chemical grout injection area by P-wave attenuation tomography [Abstract]

*Junichi Sakakibara, Akihiro Tago(JFE Civil),Ayato Tutsumi, Atsushi Yamamoto, Yutaro Masuda(POC),Daiki Takano, Hidenori Takahashi(PARI)


Session [Earthquake/Disaster3]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 15:10-15:30
11) Estimation of the Underground Velocity Structure Models for the Strong Motion Stations around the Source Area of the 2003 Northern Miyagi Prefecture Earthquake (Mw6.1) using Microtremor Array Observations [Abstract]

*Kazuhiro Somei(Geo-Research Institute),Suqun Ling(Geo-Analysis Institute),Ken Miyakoshi, Yujia Guo(Geo-Research Institute)
Oct 22,
 15:30-15:50
12) Application of high density CSAMT survey to active faults [Abstract]

*Yusuke Oda, Kota Koshika, Susumu Sakashita(OYO Corporation),Shinsuke Okada(IRIDeS, Tohoku Univ.),Kyoko Kagohara(Yamaguchi Univ.),Takahiro Miyauchi(Graduate School of Science Chiba Univ.),Toshifumi Imaizumi(Graduate School of Science Tohoku Univ.)
Oct 22,
 15:50-16:10
13) Monitoring of rainfall penetration at slope areas using plural geophysical explorations - Estimation of the water content section by combining resistivity and surface wave surveys - [Abstract]

*Koichi Suzuki, Hiroshi Suenaga(CRIEPI),Shinji Yamaguchi(Nihon Chikatansa)
Oct 22,
 16:10-16:30
14) Seismic Interferometry Analysis of microtremors observed in linear array with broadband seismometers in Fukushima Prefecture Part 5 -Comparison with analysis results using Hi-net records- [Abstract]

Fumika Sato, *Hidekazu Yamamoto, Tsuyoshi Saito(Iwate Univ.)
Oct 22,
 16:30-16:50
15) A discussion on interferometry imaging for passive seismic data [Abstract]

*Toshiki Watanabe(Nagaya University)



Oct 22, Room No.2

Session [Civil/Waste disposal]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 10:30-10:50
26) Effectiveness of Induced Polarization measurements for grasping metal-enriched zones in water surface landfills [Abstract]

*Kazuhiro Hidari, Eisuke Kusuyama, Masato Miyata, Sojiro Yamazaki, Kazuo Kamura(Waseda Univ)
Oct 22,
 10:50-11:10
27) A Demonstration experiment of the SIP method in a waste disposal site [Abstract]

*Yuki Hama, Yutaka Amemiya, Yuichiro Takemaru, Nobuyoshi Iyatomi(NMC),Shinichi Takakura(AIST),Yugo Isobe(Center for Environmental Science in Saitama)
Oct 22,
 11:10-11:30
28) resistivity monitoring for unsaturated water flow in landfills [Abstract]

*Eisuke Kusuyama, Kazuhiro Hidari, Kazuo Kamura(Waseda Univ.)
Oct 22,
 11:30-11:50
29) Grounded electrical-source airborne transient electromagnetics survey of Tunnel using drone [Abstract]

*Youichi Yuuki(oyo corporation),Yoshito Uno, Hiroki Narutomi(Kumagai Gumi Co., Ltd.),Hiroyuki Hayashi, Ryouji Hirata(oyo corporation),Akira Johmori(Neo Science)
Oct 22,
 11:50-12:10
30) Application case to the dam foundation rock value by the Electro-Magnetic-methods [Abstract]

Yasushi Kamibaba, Hiroaki Hayakawa, *Noboru Oguma(MAEDA corp.),Takehiko Imasato(RIEST),Kimiharu Takahashi(Gifuken),Natsuki Morinaga(Japan Water Agency)


Session [Civil1]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 13:10-13:30
31) Surface wave recorded by distributed acoustic sensing and analyzing the propagation velocity [Abstract]

*Kyosuke Onishi, Tomio Inazaki, Takanori Ogahara, Takayuki Kobayashi, Osamu Nishizawa(PWRI)
Oct 22,
 13:30-13:50
32) Near surface geophysical surrveying at water-covered areas (Part 1): Needs analysis and briefing of a preliminary study [Abstract]

*Tomio Inazaki, Takayuki Kobayashi, Takanori Ogahara(PWRI),Takaho Kita(TK Ocean-Land Inc.)
Oct 22,
 13:50-14:10
33) Near surface geophysical surrveying at water-covered areas (Part2): A preliminary study of hybrid surface wave method [Abstract]

*Takaho Kita(TKOLI),Tomio Inazaki, Takayuki Kobayashi, Takanori Ogahara(PWRI)
Oct 22,
 14:10-14:30
34) Applicability of the 3D ambient noise tomography for near surface investigations [Abstract]

*Chisato Konishi, Haruhiko Suzuki, Tadashi Sato, Ying Liu(OYO Corporation),Toru Suzuki(Mony)
Oct 22,
 14:30-14:50
35) Investigation on a wave interference identified by data in dense measurements of train-induced ground vibrations [Abstract]

*Seiji Tsuno, Masanori Noyori, Hidefumi Yokoyama(RTRI),Yuichi Iwata(JRC)


Session [CO2/Geothermal]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 15:10-15:30
36) Time-lapse seismic survey in the Tomakomai CCS demonstration project (preliminary results) [Abstract]

*Hideo Saito(JCCS),Ryuji Niiro, Motonori Higashinaka(JGI),Makoto Tsuchiya, Daiji Tanase(JCCS)
Oct 22,
 15:30-15:50
37) Verification of Quasi-3D Seismic Survey at Onikoube Geothermal Field [Abstract]

*Naoshi Aoki, Takao Nibe, Kaoru Sato, Hisako Mochinaga, Akio Hara, Takuji Mouri(JGI)
Oct 22,
 15:50-16:10
38) Integrated Analysis of Gravity Gradient and Geomagnetic Survey Data in Geopthermal Prospective Area [Abstract]

*Shigeki Mizutani(KGE)
Oct 22,
 16:10-16:30
39) An approach to improvement of the quality of magnetotelluric data based on continuous wavelet transform and independent component analysis [Abstract]

*Hiroki Ogawa, Koichi Asamori(JAEA),Yuki Hama(NMC)



Oct 22, Room No.3

Session [Poster1]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-1) On the IP effect of model sphere buried in simulated landfills. [Abstract]

*Sojiro Yamazaki, Eisuke Kusuyama, Kazuhiro Hidari, Kazuo Kamura(Waseda Univ.)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-2) Complex resistivity measurements of artificial samples containing sulfide mineral particles : Chalcopyrite [Abstract]

*Satoshi Ueda(JOGMEC),Shinichi Takakura(AIST),Takafumi Murakita(JOGMEC)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-3) Improvement of the measurement system for fluid flow electromagnetic method [Abstract]

*Toshaiki Tanaka, Hideki Mizunaga(Kyushu univ.)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-4) A dedicated unit for resistivity and IP monitoring with SYSCAL Pro resistivity meter: the Syscal Monitoring Unit(SMU) [Abstract]

*Yoshihiro Yamashita(OYO Corporation)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-5) Inversion method of three-dimensional multi-layered density structure using gravity anomaly data [Abstract]

*Shigeki Kawamura(Nippon Geophysical Prospecting)


Session [Poster2]
Chair
 
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-6) Survey of the geological structure and the water-level fluctuation characteristics of volcanic lake "Chinoike" with repeated appearance and disappearance in Mt. Akagi [Abstract]

*Yasuhiro Funyu(RIS),Tatsuya Sumita, Masahiko Makino(AIST),Seongwon Lee, Tadashi Kono(RIS)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-7) Structure analysiis of apparent resistivity of Kiurikoma volcano using MT method [Abstract]

*Takuya Kobayashi, Shinya Sakanaka, Tomoki Tautsui, Yusuke Inoue, Ryuichi Takei, Kenta Kato, Yuya Tada, Kazuki Masuda(Akita university)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-8) International standardization on estimation of geotechnical properties in wide area by microtremor observation [Abstract]

*Shigeki Senna(NIED)
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-9) Proposal of a standard format of geophysical data for 3D subsurface modeling for strong ground motion prediction. [Abstract]

*Haruhiko Suzuki(OYO),Standard format of geophysical data for 3d subsurface modeling for strong ground motion prediction Committee of
Oct 22,
 16:50-18:20
P-10) Seismic reflection surveys at the Kujukuri coastal plain (Kujukuri town, Yokoshibahikari town, Asahi city) [Abstract]

*Kazuo Yamaguchi, Shinobu Ito, Sawako Kinoshita(AIST)



Oct 23, Room No.1

Session [Civil/Logging/Borehole]
Chair
 
Oct 23,
 9:40-10:00
16) Re-processing of Downhole PS logging data at PWRI and evaliation of the accuracy of seimic velocity. [Abstract]

*Takayuki Kobayashi, Tomio Inazaki(PWRI)
Oct 23,
 10:00-10:20
17) Overview and technical problems on PS logging (Part 1): Summary and S-wave sources. [Abstract]

*Tomio Inazaki(PWRI)
Oct 23,
 10:20-10:40
18) Overview and technical problems on PS logging (Part 2): Tools and methods for S-wave logging. [Abstract]

*Tomio Inazaki(PWRI)
Oct 23,
 10:40-11:00
19) Overview and technical problems on PS logging (Part 3): Utilization and correlation of S-wave velocities for the geotechnical characterization. [Abstract]

*Tomio Inazaki(PWRI)
Oct 23,
 11:00-11:20
20) Case study of elastic modulus evaluation ahead of tunnel face using measured P-wave velocity in horizontal borehole and laboratory rock core test [Abstract]

*Kenji Okazaki, Toshiyuki Kurahashi(CERI)



Oct 23, Room No.2

Session [Mineral Exploration1]
Chair
 
Oct 23,
 9:40-10:00
40) Detecting seismic firstbreaks by fully Convolution NeuralNetworks [Abstract]

*Mitsuyuki Ozawa(JAPEX),Shinji Kawasaki, Motonori Higashinaka(JGI.inc),Hiroshi Sato(ERI, U. of Tokyo),Susumu Abe(JAPEX)
Oct 23,
 10:00-10:20
41) 3-D Sparse Inversion of Fluid Flow Electromagnetic Method [Abstract]

*Hideki Mizunaga, Toshiaki Tanaka(Kyushu University)
Oct 23,
 10:20-10:40
42) Buried seafloor massive sulfide exploration using an ocean bottom gravimeter [Abstract]

*Atsushi Oshida, Toi Tachibana(JAMSA/KGE),Tomonori Sumi(J-MARES/NSENGI)
Oct 23,
 10:40-11:00
43) Electrical and Gravity Explorations off the west coast of Kumejima [Abstract]

*Ryuji Kubota(KGE),Hidehiro Ishikawa(MINDECO),Atsushi Oshida(KGE),Takeya Mtsuda(KK),Hisanori Iwamoto(JAMSTEC)
Oct 23,
 11:00-11:20
44) Possibility of application of cosmic-ray muon to monitor density distribution in oil reservoir [Abstract]

*Masashi Kodama, Jun Matsushima(the University of Tokyo)



Oct 23, Room No.1

Session [Executive Session]
Chair
 
Oct 23,
 12:30-13:30
60) Jadeite designated as national stone [Abstract]

*Hiroshi Miyajima(Fossa Magna Museum)
Oct 23,
 13:30-14:30
61) Practical application study on an engineering risk management [Abstract]

*Takashi Hara(University of Toyama)


Session [Dedicated Session]
Chair
 
Oct 23,
 14:50-15:40
62) Current status and future perspective of SAR satellite-based crustal deformation monitoring at volcanoes [Abstract]

*Tomokazu Kobayashi(Geospatial Information Authority of Japan)
Oct 23,
 15:40-16:30
63) State changes of the subsurface hydrothermal system associated with the magmatic eruption of Aso Volcano 2014 clarified by the electromagnetic observations [Abstract]

*Mitsuru Utsugi(Aso Vol. Lab., Grad. School Sci., Kyoto Univ.)
Oct 23,
 16:30-17:20
64) Magma plumbing system beneath volcanoes as an eruption controller [Abstract]

*Nobuo Geshi(Institute of Earthquake and Volcano Geology, AIST)



Oct 24, Room No.1

Session [Civil2]
Chair
 
Oct 24,
 9:40-10:00
21) Microgravity Survey in Shirakawata water resources area, Miyakojima city, Okinawa Prefecture [Abstract]

*Tatsuya Sumita(AIST),Kazuma Mochizuki(AIST, Shizuoka Univ.),Haruki Saito, Yoshiyuki Nagaura(Eight-Japan Engineering Consultants Inc.)
Oct 24,
 10:00-10:20
22) A study of the 2D-LAMS survey line direction. [Abstract]

*Takayuki Kobayashi, Takanori Ogahara, Tomio Inazaki(PWRI),Chisato Konishi, Hideki Saito(OYO Corporation)
Oct 24,
 10:20-10:40
23) Mock-up experiments of ground anchors for non-destructive evaluation of tensioning force [Abstract]

*Hideki Saito(Oyo),Atsushi Yashima(Gifu Univ.),Mitsuru Yamazaki(Central Nippon Highway Engineering Nagoya),Kunio Aoike, Kazunori Takahashi, Yoshinori Sone(Oyo)
Oct 24,
 10:40-11:00
24) Ultra-shallow seismic reflection survey Using a hydraulic vibrator [Abstract]

*Naoyuki Yamada, Hirotaka Kawashima(DIA CONSULTANTS),Takehisa Arakawa, Kyouhei Yamashita(TEPCO)
Oct 24,
 11:00-11:20
25) Structural imaging of an artificial hill in Kumamoto Suizenji Garden considering the surface shapes by highly dense GPR survey [Abstract]

*Kunio Aoike(OYO Corporation),Syuichi Igata, Yasuhiro Kizaki, Hiroshi Takita(Yashima-kaihatsu Corporation),Isao Tanoue, Shigehiro Takemoto, Masahiko Tajiri(Urata Civil Consultants),Naoki Matsunaga(Kumamoto City),Akio Uemura(Izumi Shrine)



Oct 24, Room No.2

Session [Mineral Exploration2]
Chair
 
Oct 24,
 9:40-10:00
45) Rock physics modeling on frequency dependent S-wave attenuation for methane hydrate-bearing sediments at Nanaki Tough [Abstract]

*Linsen Zhan, Jun Matsushima(Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)
Oct 24,
 10:00-10:20
46) Approaches to elastic properties of oil sand from grain size analysis and rock physics modeling [Abstract]

*Koji Kashihara, Teruo Suzaki, Takashi Tsuji(JAPEX)
Oct 24,
 10:20-10:40
47) Consideration on the uncertainty of subsurface information derived from seismic survey data [Abstract]

*Jun Matsushima(Univ. of Tokyo)
Oct 24,
 10:40-11:00
48) Effects of water saturation and salt concentrations on the electrical conductivity of rocks [Abstract]

*Ryosuke Umezawa, Makoto Katsura, Satoru Nakashima(Osaka Univ.)
Oct 24,
 11:00-11:20
49) Standardization of resistivity measurement of ore samples taken at sea-floor hydrothermal deposits [Abstract]

*Shinichi Takakura(AIST)



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