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Hiroyuki KUROKAWA 黒川 宏之

A scientist studing formation and evolution of planets.
惑星科学者。惑星の形成と進化を研究しています。
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Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2-12-1-IE-13 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8550, Japan
E-mail: hiro.kurokawa(at)elsi.jp


東京工業大学 地球生命研究所 研究員
〒152-8550 東京都目黒区大岡山2-12-1-IE-13
メール: hiro.kurokawa(at)elsi.jp

What's new!

  [2019.11.29] 新しい論文が受理されました (Kuwahara & Kurokawa, A&A)

Future schedules

  [2019.01.18-01.24] Challenging the Perceptions of the Requirements for Life on Earth and Other Worlds, Galveston, TX, US

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Submitted papers

  1. Lammer, H., Scherf, M., Kurokawa, H., Ueno, Y., Burger, C., Maindl, T., Johnstone, C., Leizinger, M., Benedikt, M., Fossati, L., Kislyakova, K. G., Marty, B., Avice, G., Fegley, B., and Odert, P.,
    Loss and fractionation of noble gas isotopes and moderately volatile elements from planetary embryos and early Venus, Earth and Mars,
    submitted to Space Science Reviews.

Accepted/Published papers

  1. Kuwahara, A. and Kurokawa, H.,
    Influences of three-dimensional gas flow induced by protoplanets on pebble accretion – I. shear regime,
    Astronomy and Astrophysics, accepted.

  2. 黒川 宏之,
    惑星系の形成と進化,
    遊星人, 印刷中.

  3. Kuwahara, A., Kurokawa, H., and Ida, S. (2019),
    Gas flow around a planet embedded in a protoplanetary disc: the dependence on the planetary mass,
    Astronomy and Astrophysics, 623, A179. [A&A][arXiv]

  4. Sakuraba, H., Kurokawa, H., and Genda, H. (2019),
    Impact degassing and atmospheric erosion on Venus, Earth, and Mars during the late accretion,
    Icarus, Volume 317, 48-58. [Icarus][arXiv]

  5. 黒川 宏之, 櫻庭 遥 (2018),
    火星大気と表層水の起源と進化:理論モデルと同位体組成からの制約,
    遊星人, 27(3), 127-137. [遊星人]

  6. Kurokawa, H., Foriel, J., Laneuville, M., Houser, C., and Usui, T. (2018),
    Subduction and atmospheric escape of Earth's seawater constrained by hydrogen isotopes,
    Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 497, 149-160. [EPSL][arXiv]

  7. Kurokawa, H. and Tanigawa, T. (2018),
    Suppression of atmospheric recycling of planets embedded in a protoplanetary disc by buoyancy barrier,
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 479, 635-648. [MNRAS][arXiv]

  8. Kurokawa, H., Kurosawa, K., and Usui, T. (2018),
    A lower limit of atmospheric pressure on early Mars inferred from nitrogen and argon isotopic compositions,
    Icarus, Volume 299, 443-459. [Icarus][arXiv]

  9. Kurokawa, H., Usui, T., and Sato, M. (2016),
    Interactive evolution of multiple water-ice reservoirs on Mars: insights from hydrogen isotope compositions,
    Geochemical Journal, Volume 50 (No. 1), 67-79. [Geohem. J.][arXiv]

  10. Kurokawa, H. and Inutsuka, S. (2015),
    On the radius anomaly of hot Jupiters: reexamination of the possibility and impact of layered convection,
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 815, ID: 78. [ApJ][arXiv]

  11. Kurokawa, H., Sato, M., Ushioda, M., Matsuyama, T., Moriwaki, R., Dohm, J. M., and Usui, T. (2014),
    Evolution of water reservoirs on Mars: constraints from hydrogen isotopes in Martian meteorites,
    Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 394, 179-185. [EPSL][arXiv]

  12. Kurokawa, H. and Nakamoto, T. (2014),
    Mass-loss evolution of close-in exoplanets: evaporation of hot Jupiters and the effect on population,
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 783, ID: 54. [ApJ][arXiv]

  13. Kurokawa, H. and Kaltenegger, L. (2013),
    Atmospheric mass loss and evolution of short-period exoplanets: the examples of CoRoT-7b and Kepler-10b,
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 433, Issue 4, 3239-3245. [MNRAS][arXiv]

  14. Kurokawa, H. and Nakamoto, T. (2012),
    Effects of atmospheric absorption of incoming radiation on radiation limit of the troposphere,
    Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 69, 403-413. [JAtS]

Presentations

January 2019 -

  1. 黒川 宏之,
    揮発性元素に富んだ小惑星の赤外スペクトルモデルと観測の比較 (口頭講演),
    第3回水惑星学全体会議, 高知 (2019年11月).

  2. Kurokawa, H., Shibuya, T., Sekine, Y., and Ehlmann, B. L.,
    Modeling of infrared reflectance spectra of volatile-rich asteroids (oral),
    Asteroid Science in the Age of Hayabusa2 and OSIRIS-REx, Tucson, Arizona (November 2019).

  3. 黒川 宏之,
    惑星系の形成と進化 (受賞講演),
    日本惑星科学会 2019年秋季講演会, 京都 (2019年10月).

  4. 櫻庭 遥, 黒川 宏之, 玄田 英典, 太田 健二,
    地球の揮発性元素組成の起源:コア形成と天体衝突による大気散逸の影響 (口頭+ポスター講演),
    日本惑星科学会 2019年秋季講演会, 京都 (2019年10月).

  5. 桑原 歩, 黒川 宏之,
    原始惑星によって駆動される3次元ガス流構造がペブル降着に及ぼす影響 (口頭+ポスター講演),
    日本惑星科学会 2019年秋季講演会, 京都 (2019年10月).

  6. 奈良 悠冬, 奥住 聡, 黒川 宏之,
    小惑星セレスへのアンモニア氷の供給からみるパラメータ制約 (ポスター+口頭講演),
    日本惑星科学会 2019年秋季講演会, 京都 (2019年10月).

  7. Kurokawa, H., Kuwahara, A., and Okuzumi, S.,
    Hydrodynamic effects on the accretion of gas and dust onto protoplanetary cores (solicited talk),
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019, Geneva, Switzerland (September 2019).

  8. Sakuraba, H., Kurokawa, H., Genda, H., and Ohta, K.,
    Effects of impact-induced atmospheric erosion and core formation on Earth’s volatile composition (oral),
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019, Geneva, Switzerland (September 2019).

  9. Kuwahara, A. and Kurokawa, H.,
    Suppression of pebble accretion by planet-induced gas flow: The implication for the origin of super-Earths (oral),
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019, Geneva, Switzerland (September 2019).

  10. Kuwahara, A. and Kurokawa, H.,
    Suppression of pebble accretion by planet-induced gas flow: The implication for the formation of super-Earths (poster),
    Extreme Solar Systems IV, Reykjavik, Iceland (August 2019).

  11. Nara, Y., Okuzumi, S, and Kurokawa, H.,
    Delivery of ammonia ice to Ceres by pebble accretion (poster),
    Extreme Solar Systems IV, Reykjavik, Iceland (August 2019).

  12. Sakuraba, H., Kurokawa, H., Genda, H., and Ohta, K.,
    Effects of core formation and impact-induced atmospheric erosion on Earth’s volatile composition (poster),
    Exoclimes V, Oxford, UK (August 2019).

  13. Nara, Y., Okuzumi, S, and Kurokawa, H.,
    Delivery of ammonia ice to Ceres by pebble accretion (poster),
    The 12th meeting on Cosmic Dust, Narashino, Japan (August 2019).

  14. Imamura, S., Sekine, Y., Kurokawa, H., Maekawa, Y., and Sasaki, T.,
    Laboratory study on morphological features of repeated brine flows on Mars: Implications for detection of hydrated salts on recurring slope lineae (poster),
    The Ninth International Conference on Mars, Pasadena, California, USA (July 2019).

  15. 黒川 宏之, 桑原 歩, 奥住 聡,
    Icy pebble accretion onto terrestrial planets: the effect of gas flow (口頭講演),
    日本地球惑星科学連合 2019年大会, 千葉 (2019年5月).

  16. 黒川 宏之, 渋谷 岳造, 関根 康人, Ehlmann, B. L.,
    A forward modeling of infrared reflectance spectra of asteroids (口頭講演),
    日本地球惑星科学連合 2019年大会, 千葉 (2019年5月).

  17. 櫻庭 遥, 黒川 宏之, 玄田 英典, 太田 健二,
    地球の揮発性元素組成の起源:衝突大気剥ぎ取りとコア形成の寄与 (口頭講演),
    日本地球惑星科学連合 2019年大会, 千葉 (2019年5月).

  18. 桑原 歩, 黒川 宏之,
    The effect of the three-dimensional gas flow around an embedded planet on pebble accretion (口頭講演),
    日本地球惑星科学連合 2019年大会, 千葉 (2019年5月).

  19. 奈良 悠冬, 奥住 聡, 黒川 宏之,
    ペブル集積による小惑星セレスへのアンモニア氷の供給 (口頭講演),
    日本地球惑星科学連合 2019年大会, 千葉 (2019年5月).

  20. Imamura, S., Sekine, Y., and Kurokawa, H.,
    Evaluation of the detectability of hydrated salts on recurring slope lineae on Mars (poster),
    Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019, Chiba, Japan (May 2019).

  21. Kurokawa, H.,
    The climate and redox state of early Mars: insights from isotopes (poster),
    EGU General Assembly 2019, Vienna, Austria (April 2019).

  22. Sakuraba, H., Kurokawa, H., Genda, H., and Ohta, K.,
    Evolution of Volatile Composition on the Accreting Earth: Effects of Impact-induced Atmospheric Erosion and Element Partitioning (oral),
    EGU General Assembly 2019, Vienna, Austria (April 2019).

  23. Kurokawa, H., Shibuya, T., Sekine, Y., and Ehlmann, B. L.,
    A forward modeling of infrared reflectance spectra of asteroids: the implications for Ryugu’s parent body (poster),
    50th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 1815, The Woodlands, Texas (March 2019). [Abstract]

  24. Kurokawa, H.,
    Can icy pebble accretion form habitable planets? (poster),
    The 1st International Workshop for Aquaplanetology, Tokyo, Japan (March 2019).

  25. Kurokawa, H.,
    The climate and redox state of early Mars: insights from volatile isotopic compositions (invited talk),
    The 20th Symposium on Planetary Sciences, Sendai, Japan (February 2019).

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