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Dr. Natsuko Adachi


Department of Geosciences, Naruto University of Education,
Naruto Tokushima, 772-8502, Japan
E-mail: nadachi[@]naruto-u.ac.jp

UP DATE. 10. 04. 2017
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EDUCATION:

  • ・March, 2005 PhD. Geosciences, Osaka City University, Japan
  • ・March, 2001 MS. Geosciences, Osaka City University, Japan
  • ・March, 1999 BS. Geosciences, Osaka City University, Japan

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  • ・April, 2013- , Assistant Professor of Naruto University of Education
  • ・April, 2011- March, 2013, Lecturer of Osaka City University
  • ・May, 2009-March, 2011, Postdoctoral Fellow of Peking University
  • ・May, 2009-March, 2010, JSPS (the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Postdoctoral Fellow of Peking University
  • ・April, 2007-April, 2009, JSPS (the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Postdoctoral Fellow, Miyagi University of Education
  • ・April, 2005-March, 2007, Research Student of Osaka City University

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Phanerozoic reef evolution, Interaction between reef-building (skeletal and microbial) organisms, Their geological history and environmental changes, Mass Extinction and Biodiversification Events

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS:

  • ・Reef transition and their geobiological background in Cambrian-Ordovician period
  • ・Microbial reefs unique to the Ediacaran and Cambrian boundary
  • ・Reef evolution and the relevance to Ordovician radiation


PUBLICATIONS:

25. Adachi, N., Asada, Y., Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., (2017 online) Stromatolites near the Permian–Triassic boundary in Chongyang, Hubei Province, South China: A geobiological window into palaeo-oceanic fluctuations following the end-Permian extinction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. v. 475, p. 55-69. [Link]

24. Yan, Z., Liu, J., Ezaki, Y., Adachi, N., Du, S. (2017) Stacking patterns and growth models of multiscopic structures within Cambrian Series 3 thrombolites at the Jiulongshan section, Shandong Province, northern China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. v. 474, p. 45-57. [Link]

23. Adachi, N., Kotani, A., Ezaki, Y., and Liu, J. (2015) Cambrian Series 3 lithistid sponge–microbial reefs in Shandong Province, North China: reef development after the disappearance of archaeocyaths. Lethaia. v. 48, p.405-416. [Link]

22. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu, J. (2014) The late early Cambrian microbial reefs immediately after the demise of archaeocyathan reefs, Hunan Province, South China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (Elsevier). v. 407, p. 45-55.[Link]

21. Adachi, N., Nakai, T., Ezaki, Y., and Liu, J. (2014) Late Early Cambrian archaeocyath reefs in Hubei Province, South China: modes of construction during their period of demise. Facies (Springer). v. 60,
p. 703-717.[Link]

20. Adachi, N., Liu, J., and Ezaki, Y. (2013) Early Ordovician reefs in South China (Chenjiahe section, Hubei Province): deciphering the early evolution of skeletal-dominated reefs. Facies (Springer). v. 59, p. 451-466.[Link]

19. Adachi, N., Liu, J., and Ezaki, Y. (2012) Early Ordovician stromatoporoid Pulchrilamina spinosa from South China: geobiological significance and implications for the early development of skeletal-dominated reefs. Paleontological Research. v. 16, p. 59-69.[Link]

18. Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., and Adachi, N. (2012) Lower Triassic stromatolites in Luodian County, Guizhou Province, South China: evidence for the protracted devastation of the marine environments. Geobiology. v. 10, p. 48-59.[Link]

17. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu, J. (2012) The oldest bryozoan reefs: a unique Early Ordovician skeletal framework construction. Lethaia. v. 45. p. 14-23.[Link]

16. Liu, J., Zhan, R., Dai, X., Liao, H., Ezaki, Y., and Adachi, N. (2011) Demise of Early Ordovician oolites in South China: Evidence for Paleoceanographic changes before the GOBE.Cuadernos del Museo Geominero. v. 14. p. 309-317.[PDF]

15. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu, J. (2011) Early Ordovician shift in reef construction from microbial to metazoan reefs, Palaios (SEPM). v. 26, p. 106-114. [Link]

14. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., and Cao, J. (2011) Lower Ordovician stromatolites from the Anhui Province of South China: construction and geobiological significance. In: Advances in Stromatolite Geobiology. Reitner, J., Quéric, N.-V., Arp, G. eds., Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences (Springer). v. 131, p. 463-472. [Link]

13. Liu, J., Ezaki, Y., Adachi, N., and Zhan R. (2010) Evidence for decoupling of relative abundance and biodiversity of marine organisms in initial stage of GOBE: a preliminary study on Lower Ordovician shellbeds of South China. Journal of Earth Science, Special Issue, (Springer). v. 21. p. 44-48. [PDF]

12. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., and Cao, J. (2009) Early Ordovician reef construction in Anhui Province, South China: a geobiological transition from microbial- to metazoan-dominant reefs. Sedimentary Geology
(Elsevier). v. 220, p. 1-11. [Link]

11. Cao, J., Liu, J., Ezaki, Y., and Adachi, N. (2009) Lower Ordovician Reefs in the Honghuayuan Formation at Dongzhi, Anhui: Microbial Reefs Just Prior to the Ordovician Biodiversification. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis. v. 45, p. 279-288. [PDF]

10. Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., Nagano, T., and Adachi, N. (2008) Geobiological aspects of the Earliest Triassic Microbialites along the Southern Periphery of the Tropical Yangtze Platform: Initiation and Cessation of a Microbial Regime. Palaios (SEPM). v. 23, p. 356-369. [Link]

9. Adachi, N., and Ezaki, Y. (2007) Microbial impacts on the genesis of Lower Devonian reefal limestones, eastern Australia. Palaeoworld (Elsevier). v. 16, p. 301-310. [Link]

8. Liu, J., Ezaki, Y., Yang, S., Wang, H., and Adachi, N. (2007) Age and sedimentology of microbialites after the end-Permian mass extinction in Luodian, Guizhou Province. Journal of Palaeogeography. v. 9, p. 473-486. [PDF]

7. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Pickett, J.W. (2007) Interrelations between framework-building and encrusting skeletal organisms and microbes: more-refined growth history of Lower Devonian bindstones. Sedimentology. v. 54, p. 89-105. [Link]

6. Adachi, N., and Ezaki, Y. (2007) Microscopic microbialite textures and their components in a Lower Devonian lagoonal facies of the Fukuji Formation, Gifu Prefecture, central Japan.Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Schriftenreihe der Erdwissenschaftlichen Kommissionen. v. 17, p. 215-299. [PDF]

5. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Pickett, J.W. (2006) Marked accumulation patterns characteristic of Lower Devonian stromatoporoid bindstone: palaeoecological interactions between skeletal organisms and microbes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (Elsevier). v. 231, p. 331-346.[Link]

4. Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., and Adachi, N. (2004) Reply to Comment-Earliest Triassic microbialite micro-to megastructures in the Huaying area of Sichuan Province, South China: implications for the nature of oceanic conditions after the end-Permian extinction. Palaios (SEPM). v. 19, p. 416-417. [Link]

3. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu, J. (2004) The fabrics and origins of peloids immediately after the end-Permian extinction, Guizhou Province, South China. Sedimentary Geology (Elsevier). v. 164, p 161-178. [Link]

2. Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., andAdachi, N. (2003) Earliest Triassic microbialite micro-to megastructures in the Huaying area of Sichuan Province, South China: implications for the nature of oceanic conditions after the end-Permian extinction. Palaios (SEPM). v. 18, p. 388-402.[Link]

1. Ezaki, Y., and Adachi, N. (2000) Calcimicrobes and microbialites from the Lower Devonian Fukuji Formation, Hida “Gaien” Terrane, Southwest Japan. The Journal of the Geological Society of Japan. v. 106, p. 901-904.[PDF]


MAIN PRESENTATION (INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS):

12. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., Liu., J. (2012) Early Cambrian reefs in South China prior to the demise of archaeocyaths. 34th International Geological Congress (Brisbane, Australia).

11. Adachi, N., Liu, J., and Ezaki, Y. (2011) Early Ordovician reefs in the Three Gorges area of Hubei Province, South China: deciphering the early development of skeletal-dominated reefs. 11th International Symposium on Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera (Liége, Belgium).

10. Adachi, N., Liu, J., and Ezaki, Y. (2011) Early Ordovician stromatoporoid Pulchrilamina spinosa from South China: Significance and implications for reef development. 11th International Symposium on Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera (Liége, Belgium).

9. Liu, J., Ezaki, Y., Adachi, N., and Zhan, R. (2010) Decoupling of relative abundance and biodiversity of marine organisms in initial stage of GOBE: A preliminary study on Lower Ordovician shellbeds of South China. Symposium on the Macroevolution of Early Life on Earth and its Dynamics. (Yunnan, China).

8. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu., J. (2010) The oldest bryozoan (Early Ordovician) reefs were constructed by an unusual mode of bryozoan growth. The Third International Palaeontological Congress (London, UK.).

7. Liu, J., Ezaki, Y., Adachi, N., and Zhan, R. (2010) Spatial and temporal distribution of the Early Ordovician reef systems in South China: Geobiological process during the early stage of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification event. The Third International Palaeontological Congress (London, UK.).

6. Ezaki, Y., Liu, J., and Adachi, N. (2010) Early Ordovician marine regime shift from Precambrian-type microbe-dominated to Phanerozoic-type metazoan-dominated reefs: Geobiological turning point. The Third International Palaeontological Congress (London, UK.).

5. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu., J. (2008) Lower Ordovician stromatolites from the Anhui Province of South China: their genesis and temporal significance. International Kalkowsky-Symposium “Geobiology of Stromatolites” (Göttingen, Germany).

4. Adachi, N., and Ezaki, Y. (2007) Accumulation patterns and interrelations and between skeletal and microbial organisms in the Middle to Upper Palaeozoic bindstones. 10th International Symposium on Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera (St. Petersburg, Russia).

3. Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y., and Liu., J. (2007) Lower Ordovician reef communities and their contributions to reef constriction in Anhui province, South China. 10th International Symposium on Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera (St. Petersburg, Russia).

2. Adachi, N., and Ezaki, Y. (2006) Accumulation patterns and nested structures in Devonian bindstones: clue to biotic interrelations and palaeoecological consequences. 17th International Sedimentological Congress (Fukuoka, Japan).

1. Adachi, N., and Ezaki, Y. (2006) Microbial impact on the creation of Lower Devonian reefal limestones. The Second International Palaeontological Congress (Beijing, China).