Special page on the East of Kuril Islands Earthquake of January 13, 2007
We present the special page of the East of Kuril Islands Earthquake of January 13, 2007, where the following information is available:
1) Determination of earthquake magnitudes using duration of high-frequency energy radiation and maximum displacement amplitudes
2) Aftershock distribution by MJHD method
3) Kuril Tsunami on January 13, 2007
Please visit http://iisee.kenken.go.jp/special/20070113eastkuril.htm
 The 2007 Global Seismological Observation Course started
The 2007 Global Seismological Observation Course started to learn discrimination techniques between earthquakes and nuclear explosion. We have been conducted this training since 1995. As of today, 106 participants from 64 countries have taken this course. This 2007 training course will be conducted for 2 months from January 12 to March 9, 2007, with 11 participants from 10 countries in cooperation with JICA and Japan Meteorological Agency.
Head of Administration Division, IISEE
 International student program for Natural History Sciences on Earth Sciences of Hokkaido University
Our graduate program has just received a special allocation of the Japanese Government Scholarships for master or Ph.D. degree, starting in October 2007 and calling for applications for the five subsequent years. This scholarship provided you with very generous allowance (http://www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/toj/toj0306e.html ) (for the category of "Research Student" in this web page). For staff and research activities of our department, please refer to (http://www.ep.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/index_e.html ). We are welcomed for anyone who likes to study at our graduate school. At this time, one must submit his/her application forms by the end of February, 2007.
If you (living either in or out of Japan) are interest or have any further questions, please feel
free to contact me.
Prof. Kiyoshi Yomogida (email@example.com)
Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
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