Yasuto Itoh was born in Osaka. He received a PhD degree in Kyoto University and now acts as the professor of Osaka Prefecture University. He conducts studies into tectonics, stratigraphy, and paleo-/rock magnetism, and has published more than 100 papers dealing with evolutionary process of plate margins, assessment of seismic hazards, and long-term environmental changes in east Asia. His recent research interest is in application of remote sensing data to neotectonic interpretation. His professional memberships include the American Geophysical Union, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Japan Geoscience Union, and Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology.

Yasuto Itoh, PhD
Graduate School of Science, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan

Yasuto Itoh was born in Osaka. He received a PhD degree in Kyoto University and now acts as the professor of Osaka Prefecture University. He conducts studies into tectonics, stratigraphy, and paleo-/rock magnetism, and has published more than 100 papers dealing with evolutionary process of plate margins, assessment of seismic hazards, and long-term environmental changes in east Asia. His recent research interest is in application of remote sensing data to neotectonic interpretation. His professional memberships include the American Geophysical Union, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Japan Geoscience Union, and Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology.

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