Megumi Saito-Kato

Papers

  • Hayashi, T., Krebs, W.N., Saito-Kato, M., Tanimura, Y. 2018. The turnover of continental planktonic diatoms near the middle/late Miocene boundary and their Cenozoic evolution. PLoS ONE 13(6): e0198003. doi.org/10.1371/journal. pone.0198003.
  • Kojima, T., Saito-Kato, M. and Okada, M., 2016. Stephanodiscus akutsui, a new fossil diatom species from the Middle Pleistocene Miyajima Formation, Shiobara Group, Tochigi Prefecture, central Japan. Diatom, 32, 47–55.
  • Sasaki, H., Sasaki, Y., Saito-Kato, M., Naruse, H., Yumi, M. and Ishihara, Y., 2015. Lacustrine sediment gravity-flow deposits and stratigraphic changes intercalated in varved diatomite: an example from the Hiruzenbara Formation, Okayama Prefecture, southwest Japan. Quaternary International, 397, 208–222.
  • Saito-Kato, M., Tanimura, Y., Mori, S. and Julius, M.L., 2015. Morphological evolution of Stephanodiscus (Bacillariophyta) in Lake Biwa from a 300 ka fossil record. Journal of Micropalaeontology, 34, 165–179.
  • Sasaki, H., Saito-Kato, M., Komatsubara, J. and Ishihara, Y., 2015. Application of a method for detecting lamina characteristics in sediments for time series analysis: an example using a soft X-ray image of varves from the Hiruzenbara Formation. Journal of the Sedimentological Society of Japan, 74, 31–43.
  • Saito-Kato, M., 2014. Actinocyclus haradaae (Pantocsek) comb. nov. (Bacillariophyta) from Miocene lacustrine deposit in Setana, southwestern Hokkaido, Japan. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series C, 40: 15–20.
  • Hayashi, T., M. Saito-Kato, and Y. Tanimura, 2012. Actinocyclus nipponicus sp. nov. and A. bradburyii sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta) from Miocene lacustrine sediments of Proto-Japan Sea. Phycologia 51: 98–112.
  • Saito-Kato, M., Hayashi, T. and Tanimura, Y. 2011. Tetracyclus radius (Bacillariophyta) a new fossil species from Miocene freshwater sediments in the Japan Sea. Phytotaxa 24: 51–57.
  • Yamada, K., Kamite, M., Saito-Kato, M., Okuno, M., Shinozuka Y. and Y. Yausda. 2009. Late Holocene monsoonal-climate change inferred from lake s Ni-no-Megata and San-no-Megata, northeastern Japan. Quaternary International, 220, 122–132.
  • Akiba, F., Inoue, Y. and Megumi Saito-Kato, M., 2009. Data report: diatom and foraminiferal assemblages in Pleistocene turbidite sediments from the Cascadia Margin (IODP Expedition 311), Northeast Pacific. Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, 311, (doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.311.211.2009).
  • Tanimura, Y., Kato, M., Fukusawa, H., Mayama, S. & Yokoyama, K., 2006. Cytoplasmic masses preserved in early Holocene diatoms: A possible taphonomic process and its paleo-ecological implications. Journal of Phycology, 42: 270–279.
  • Tanimura, Y., Kato, M., Nagumi, T., Kobayashi, A. and Yokoyama, K., 2005. An exceptionally well preserved middle Pleistocene epiphytic diatom, Arachnoidiscus ornatus, from Japan: a possible taphonomic process. Bulletin of National Science Museum, Tokyo, Ser. C, 31: 1–6.
  • Kato, M., Tanimura, Y. and Fukusawa, H., 2004. Survival strategy of diatom species living on now-depositing non-glacial varves. Quaternary International, 123–125, 21–26.
  • Kawakami, I., Matsuo, M., Kato, M. and Hitoshi Fukusawa, H., 2004. Chronology and sedimentation process of varved lacustrine sediment in Lake Fukami, central Japan. Quaternary International, 123–125,27–34.
  • Inoue, S., Hayashida, A., Kato, M., Fukusawa, H.and Yasuda, Y., 2004. Environmental magnetism of brackish-water sediments from Lake Tougou-ike on the Japan Sea coast. Quaternary International, 123–125, 35–41.
  • Yasuda, Y., Fujiki, T., Nasu, H., Kato, M., Morita, Y., Mori, Y., Kanehara, M., Toyama, S., Yano, A., Okuno, M., He, J., Ishihara, S., Kitagawa, H., Fukusawa, H. and Naruse, T., 2004. Environmental archaeology at the Chengtoushan site, Hunan Province, China, and implications for environmental change and the rise and fall of the Yangtze River civilization . Quaternary International, 123–125, 149–158.
  • Kato, M., Tanimura, Y., Fukusawa, H. and Yasuda, Y., 2003a. Intraspecific variation during the life cycle of a modern Stephanodiscus species (Bacillariophyceae) inferred from the fossil record of Lake Suigetsu, Japan. Phycologia, 42: 292–300.
  • Kato, M., Fukusawa, H. and Yasuda, Y., 2003b. Varved lacustrine sediments of Lake Tougou-ike, western Japan, with reference to Holocene sea-level changes in Japan. Quaternary International, 105: 33–37.
  • Kato, M., Tanimura, Y., Matsuoka, K and Fukusawa, H., 2003c. Planktonic diatoms from sediment traps in Omura Bay, western Japan with implications for ecological and taphonomic studies of coastal marine environments. Quaternary International, 105: 25–31.
  • Ishihara, S., Kato, M., Tanimura, Y. and Fukusawa, H., 2003. Varved lacustrine sediments and diatom assemblages of Lake Fukami, central Japan. Quaternary International, 105: 21-24.
  • Tanimura, Y., Kato, M., Shimada, C. and Matsumoto, E., 2003. A one-hundred-year succession of planktonic and tychopelagic diatoms from 20th century Tokyo Bay. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Tokyo, Ser. C, 29: 1–8.