Elucidation of the Active Geosphere. Kyoto University Acvtive Geosphere investigations for the 21st century COE Program


The first "Colloquium on the Earth's Magnetic Field and Archaeology"

The purpose is to investigate evidence of orientations of ancient magnetic field in archaeological sites, such as directions of ancient temples, furnaces of pottery sites, etc.

Title and Presentator:

  1. "Historical Sites around Noonsung Area"
    to be nominated by the Director, Phimai Museum
  2. "Long term variation of geomagnetic fields".
    Prof. Toshihiko Iyemori, Kyoto University
  3. "Preliminary investigation of geomagnetic variation in Thailand"
    Prof. Michio Hashizume, Chulalongkorn university
  4. "Development of magnet in China"
    Mr. Weerapang Kanduang, Chulalongkorn University

Translator: Mr. Vijak Pangsapa, Chulalongkorn University

Welcome to all who are interested in earth sciences and archaeology in Thailand.

This colloquium will be jointly organized by the following bodies:

KAGI Coordinator:
Michio HASHIZUME (hashmich@geo.sc.chula.ac.th)
or KAGI Secretary
Mr. Vijak Pangsapa (vijak@geo.sc.chula.ac.th)
Department of Geology
Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University
Phayathai Road, Bangkok 10330
Tel: 0 2218 5463; Fax: 0 2218 5464