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NameHORI Rie
Alternative NamesRie S. Hori
AffiliationEhime University
SectionGraduate School of Science and Engineering Mathematics,Physics,and Earth Sciences
Job titleProfessor
DegreeDoctor of Science(Osaka City University)


Special Aide to the President 2018 April- present
Council member 2017 April -present
Head, Women's Future Development Center 2017 April – present
Course chair, Earth Evolution course, 2015 April – 2017 March
Graduate School of Science & Engineering 2019 April - 2021 March
Head, Department of Earth Sciences, 2015 April - 2017 March, 2019 April - 2021 March
Vice Head, Women's Future Development Center 2015 April - 2017 March
Professor, Ehime University 2014 October- Present
Associate Professor, Ehime University 2005-2014 September
Assistant Professor, Ehime University 1994-2005

Research Interests

Geology , Stratigraphy and Paleontology

Research Areas

  • Earth and planetary science / Geology / 
  • Earth and planetary science / Stratigraphy/Paleontology / 

Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2018
Special Aide to the President, Ehime University
Apr 2017
Head of Center, Women's Future Development Center, Ehime University
Apr 2017
council member of Ehime University
Oct 2014
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ehime University
Dec 2018
Dec 2018
Invited Research speaker, University of Lille

Committee Memberships

Geological Society of Japan  
Geological Society of Japan  
Geological Society of Japan  

Awards & Honors

Student Award
Poster Award

Published Papers

Yasuhide NAKAMURA,, Izumi IWATA, Rie S. HORI, Naomi UCHIYAMA, Akihiro TUJI, Masaki J. FIJITA, Daiske HONDA, Hiroaki OHFUJI
Journal of Structural Biology   204(1) 45-51   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Ikeda Masayuki, Hori Rie S., Ikehara Minoru, Miyashita Ren, Chino Masashi, Yamada Kazuyoshi
GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE   170 163-171   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
Yasuhide NAKAMURA, Rei SOMIYA, Masaru KANDA, Atsushi YAMAGUCHI, Akihiro TUJI and Rie S. HORI
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology   65(6) 923-927   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
Triassic and Jurassic radiolarian response to global catastrophic events in the Panthalassa Ocean, as recorded in the Mino Belt, central Japan
Tetsuji ONOUE, Rie S. HORI and Satoru KOJIMA
Sci. Rep., Niigata Univ. (Geology)   32 29-69   2017   [Refereed]
Abrajevitch, A., Kondratyeva, L. M., Golubeva, E. M., Kodama, K., and Hori, R. S.
Geophysical Journal International   206(2) 1340-1351   Aug 2016   [Refereed]
Masayuki Ikeda, Rie S. Hori, Yuki Okada, Ryoichi Nakada, Ryoichi Nakada
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology   440 725-733   Dec 2015   [Refereed]
© 2015 Elsevier B.V.The end-Triassic extinction event marks one of the "big five" mass extinction events of the Phanerozoic. The ultimate cause of the extinction is considered to be volcanic activity at the Central Atlantic magmatic province (CAMP...
Rie S. Hori, Koji Takayama, Jack A. Grant-Mackie, Bernhard K. Spörli, Yoshiaki Aita, Toyosaburo Sakai, Atsushi Takemura, Kazuto Kodama
Revue de Micropaleontologie   58 13-28   Jan 2015   [Refereed]
© 2015.Two new species and one new subspecies of genus Capnuchosphaera, (. Capnuchosphaera tumida nov. sp., C.waihekeensis nov. sp. and C.texensis australis nov. ssp.) are described herein from phosphatic nodules included in mudstone and sandstone...
Atsushi Takemura, Rie S. Hori
Revue de Micropaleontologie   58 1-2   Jan 2015   [Invited]
Junichiro Kuroda, Natsuko Ihoriya, Rie S. Hori, Nanako O. Ogawa, Minoru Ikehara, Masaharu Tanimizu, Naohiko Ohkouchi
Special Paper of the Geological Society of America   511 305-328   Jan 2015   [Refereed]
© 2015 The Geological Society of America. All rights reserved.We present a comprehensive data set of organic and inorganic geochemistry from a lower Cretaceous pelagic bedded chert succession of the Shimanto accretionary belt in the Yokonami Penin...
Geolochemical study of Panthalassa deep-sea sedimentary rocks across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary
Yiki Okada, Rie S. Hori, Masayuki Ikeda, Minoru Ikehara
NOM, Special Volume   15 219-232   2015   [Refereed]
Masayuki Ikeda, Masayuki Ikeda, Rie S. Hori
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology   410 134-142   Sep 2014   [Refereed]
© 2014 Elsevier B.V.One of the most profound environmental changes in the Mesozoic took place during Pliensbachian-Toarcian (Early Jurassic), including oceanic anoxia (Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event; T-OAE). The T-OAE is thought to have been caused...
Tomohiro Tsuji, Masayuki Sakakibara, Rie S. Hori
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences   79 31-41   Jan 2014   [Refereed]
Understanding the primary relationships between basaltic rocks and fossiliferous sedimentary rocks provides direct information on the timing and geologic setting of past oceanic igneous activity. Though the basalts associate with cherts in the Nor...
J. A. Grant-Mackie, S. Yamakita, T. Matsumoto, R. S. Hori, A. Takemura, Y. Aita, S. Takahashi, H. J. Campbell
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics   57 295-299   Jan 2014   [Refereed]
© 2014 The Royal Society of New Zealand.The ornament on a small external cast in pink chert shows considerable similarity with that of various Middle Palaeozoic and Triassic fish genera. It comes from the Permian-Triassic Oruatemanu Formation of A...
Kaoru Ogane, Noritoshi Suzuki, Akihiro Tuji, Rie S. Hori
Journal of Micropalaeontology   33 143-148   Jan 2014   [Refereed]
© 2014 The Micropalaeontological Society.The secretion process of the siliceous skeleton in polycystine radiolarians has drawn a great deal of interest during the last century; however, little is known about the actual physiological process of sil...
Špela Goričan, Elizabeth S. Carter, Jean Guex, Luis O'Dogherty, Patrick De Wever, Paulian Dumitrica, Paulian Dumitrica, Rie S. Hori, Atsushi Matsuoka, Patricia A. Whalen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology   386 620-636   Sep 2013   [Refereed]
Recent studies on the global distribution of Pliensbachian and Toarcian polycystine radiolarians allowed us to examine faunal turnovers and the biogeography through this critical time interval around a major ecologic and biotic crisis. The analysi...
Alexandra Abrajevitch, Alexandra Abrajevitch, Rie S. Hori, Kazuto Kodama
Geology   41 803-806   Jul 2013   [Refereed]
The end-Triassic mass extinction event is regarded as one of the fi ve largest extinction events of the Phanerozoic. The emerging consensus points to volcanic activity at the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) as the ultimate cause of the e...
Satoshi Takahashi, Kunio Kaiho, Rie S. Hori, Paul Gorjan, Takahiro Watanabe, Satoshi Yamakita, Yoshiaki Aita, Atsushi Takemura, K. Bernhard Spörli, Takeshi Kakegawa, Masahiro Oba
Global and Planetary Change   105 68-78   Jun 2013   [Refereed]
Mesozoic accretionary complexes in Japan and New Zealand contain Panthalassic low latitude and southern mid-latitude deep-water sedimentary rock respectively. These sedimentary rocks record environmental changes in the pelagic Panthalassic Ocean d...
D. R. Gröcke, R. S. Hori, J. Trabucho-Alexandre, D. B. Kemp, L. Schwark
Solid Earth   2 245-257   Dec 2011   [Refereed]
Oceanic anoxic events were time intervals in the Mesozoic characterized by widespread distribution of marine organic matter-rich sediments (black shales) and significant perturbations in the global carbon cycle. These perturbations are globally re...
Rie S. Hori, Satoshi Yamakita, Minoru Ikehara, Kazuto Kodama, Yoshiaki Aita, Toyosaburo Sakai, Atsushi Takemura, Yoshihito Kamata, Noritoshi Suzuki, Satoshi Takahashi, K. Bernhard Spörli, Jack A. Grant-Mackie
Palaeoworld   in press 166-178   Aug 2011
This study examines a Triassic deep-sea sequence consisting of rhythmically bedded radiolarian cherts and shales and its ifcmplications for early Induan radiolarian fossils. The sequence, obtained from the Waipapa terrane, Waiheke Island, New Zeal...
Junichiro Kuroda, Junichiro Kuroda, Masaharu Tanimizu, Rie S. Hori, Katsuhiko Suzuki, Katsuhiko Suzuki, Nanako O. Ogawa, Maria L G Tejada, Maria L G Tejada, Millard F. Coffin, Rodolfo Coccioni, Elisabetta Erba, Naohiko Ohkouchi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters   in press 126-134   Jul 2011   [Refereed]
We present initial isotopic ratios of lead for Early Cretaceous (Barremian-Aptian) sections from Shatsky Rise (Pacific) and Gorgo a Cerbara (Italy). Our Pb isotopic data track an interval representing Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE)-1a, which is charac...
Alexandra Abrajevitch, Rie S. Hori, Kazuto Kodama
Earth and Planetary Science Letters   305(1-2) 135-142   May 2011   [Refereed]
Bedded chert is the only sediment type representative of the Paleozoic to early Mesozoic pelagic marine environment. Because of their association with ophiolites and island arc rocks, presence of datable microfossils and paleohorizontal reference ...
An open marine record of the Toarcian oceanic anoxic event
European Geosciences UnionSolid Earth Discussion   3 385-410   2011
Kaoru Ogane, Akihiro Tuji, Noritoshi Suzuki, Atsushi Matsuoka, Toshiyuki Kurihara, Rie S. Hori
Marine Micropaleontology   77(3-4) 137-144   Dec 2010   [Refereed]
Skeletogenesis in polycystine radiolarians was detected, using a fluorescent compound called PDMPO (2-(4-pyridyl)-5-[(4-(2-dimethylaminoethylaminocarbamoyl)methoxy)-phenyl] oxazole). This compound binds under acidic conditions with silica in the s...
Junichiro Kuroda, Junichiro Kuroda, Rie S. Hori, Katsuhiko Suzuki, Darren R. Gröcke, Naohiko Ohkouchi
Geology   38(12) 1095-1098   Dec 2010   [Refereed]
The Triassic-Jurassic (T-J) boundary ca. 200 Ma represents one of the major mass extinction events of the Phanerozoic; however, the cause of this event remains controversial because of a paucity of geological evidence. In this study we present an ...
Kenichi Akikuni, Vivi Vajda, Rie S. Hori, Jack A. Grant-Mackie, Minoru Ikehara
Stratigraphy   7 7-24   Nov 2010   [Refereed]
We have examined the stable carbon isotope stratigraphy, bio- and litho-stratigraphy of the Upper Triassic (Otapirian) - Lower Jurassic (Aratauran) boundary strata from the Awakino gorge and Kawhia coast sections, Murihiku Terrane, North Island, N...
Elizabeth S. Carter, Špela ̌ Goričan, Jean Guex, Luis O'Dogherty, Patrick De Wever, Paulian Dumitrica, Rie S. Hori, Atsushi Matsuoka, Patricia A. Whalen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology   印刷中 doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.08.024-419   Nov 2010   [Refereed]
Jurassic radiolarians from 220 samples in Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C., Williston Lake, B.C., east-central Oregon, Baja California Sur, southern Spain, Austria, Slovenia, Turkey, Oman, Japan and Argentina were studied in order to construct global...
Uchino Takayuki, Hori Rie S.
Geological Society of JapanJournal of Geological Society of Japan   116(8) 441-446   2010   [Refereed]
Early Jurassic radiolarian faunae were extracted from mudstone samples collected at three localities (Se1, Ik1, and Jo2) in an accretionary complex within the Ashio Terrane in the Kambara Mountains, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The faunae of both Se...
Rie S. Hori, Satoshi Yamakita, Paulian Dumitrica
Paleontological Research   13(1) 53-63   Apr 2009   [Refereed]
A new genus (Triassiphaeodina gen. nov.) and two new species (Medusetta japonica sp. nov. and Triassiphaeodina niyodoensis sp. nov.) of Late Triassic (Rhaetian) phaeodarian Radiolaria are described from a phosphatic nodule found in mlange rocks of...
Nguyen Thi Hoang Ha, Masayuki Sakakibara, Sakae Sano, Rie S. Hori, Koichiro Sera
Clean - Soil, Air, Water   37(3) 203-208   Mar 2009   [Refereed]
Phytoremediation, a plant-based and cost-effective technology for the cleanup of contaminated soil and water, is receiving increasing attention. In this study, the aquatic macrophyte Eleocharis acicularis was examined for its ability to take up mu...
Kazuhiro Sugiyama, Rie S. Hori, Yoshitaka Kusunoki, Atsushi Matsuoka
Paleontological Research   12(3) 209-222   Sep 2008   [Refereed]
Light microscopic studies, using both video imaging and normal camera, were made on living nassellarian radiolarians Eucyrtidium hexagonatum Haeckel, Pterocorys zancleus (Müler) and Dictyocodon prometheus Haeckel from the East China Sea off Okinaw...
Susumu Shibutani, Rie S. Hori
Stratigraphy   5(1) 83-98   Jul 2008
Well-preserved Lower Jurassic (Hettangian-Sinemurian) radiolarian fossils were obtained from black chert and shale of the Wakai complex in the Ikuno, area, Tamba Terrane, Southwest Japan. These faunas are dominated by the genera Natoba, Canoptum, ...
Lithostratigraphy of the oruatemanu formation, waipapa terrance, arrow rocks, northland, new zealand
The oceanic permian/triassic boundary sequence at arrow rocks(oruatemanu island), northland, new zealand: geology and paleontogy GNS Science Monograph 24   17-44   2007
Rie S. Hori, Toru Fujiki, Eriko Inoue, Jun Ichi Kimura
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology   244(1-4) 391-406   Feb 2007   [Refereed]
Micropalaeontological and geochemical analyses were performed on samples from a continuous sequence of bedded chert from the Kurusu (KU) section, Inuyama area, southwest Japan. The sequence contains the Triassic-Jurassic (T-J) boundary and is repr...
Sakae Sano, Masayuki Sakakibara, Etsuko Chiba, Rie Hori
Association for Environmental Health and Sciences - 22nd Annual International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water 2006   12 149-158   Dec 2007
The ionic migration of antimony in various weathered and country rocks during chemical weathering was studied The Ichinokawa abandoned mine of Shikoku Island, Japan is famous for the production of stibnite. The antimony deposits are mainly in Samb...
Late Induan (Dienerian) Permian Nassellarians from Arrow Rocks, Northland, New Zealand
GNS Science, New ZealandGNS Science Monograph   24 109-116   2007
A conodont biostratigraphic framework of a Permian/Triassic ocean-floor sequence in the accretionary Waipapa Terrane at Arrow Rocks, Northland, New Zealand
GNS Science, New ZealandGNS Science Monograph   24 69-86   2007
The depositional environment of the Induan(Early Triassic) biosiliceous sequence(Units2b and 3 of the Oruatemanu Formation), Arrow Rocks, New Zealand
GNS Science, New ZealandGNS Science Monograph   24 45-68   2007
Results of multidisciplinary studies of the Permian/Triassic ocean floor sequence (Waipapa Terrane) at Arrow Rocks, Northland, New Zealand
GNS ScienceGNS Science Monograph   24 219-229   2007
Paleomagnetic results from Arrow Rocks in the framework of Paleomagnetism in Pre-Neogene Rocks from New Zealand
GNS Science, New ZealandGNS Science Monograph   24 177-196   2007
Geochemistry of the Oruatemanu Formation, Arrow Rocks, Northland, New Zealand
GNS ScienceThe oceanic permian/triassic boundary sequence at arrow rocks(oruatemanu island), northland, new zealand: geology and paleontogy GNS Science Monograph 24   24 123-156   2007
Preliminary report on early Triassic acritarchs from Arrow Rocks, Northland, New zealand
GNS ScienceThe oceanic permian/triassic boundary sequence at arrow rocks(oruatemanu island), northland, new zealand: geology and paleontogy GNS Science Monograph 24   24 117-121   2007
Elizabeth S. Carter, Elizabeth S. Carter, Rie S. Hori
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences   42(5) 777-790   May 2005   [Refereed]
Precise comparison of the change in radiolarian faunas 3.5 m above a U-Pb zircon dated 199.6 ± 0.3 Ma tuff and approximately coincident with a negative δ13C anomaly in the Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. (Canada) with Inuyama (Japan) sequences indic...
Rie S. Hori, Hamish J. Campbell
The Geological Society of JapanThe Journal of Geological Society of Japan   110(12) 758-764   Dec 2004   [Refereed]
A lingulid brachiopod Lingularia sp. is described from Middle Triassic (Anisian) bedded chert in the Northern Chichibu Terrane, Shikoku, Japan. The fossil occurrence is unusual because of its association within deep-sea sediments. Lingulids are we...
Radiolarian fossils from the Ikuno district, Hyogo Prefecture
News of Osaka Micropaleontologists, Special Volume   13 59-68   2004
Lithofacies of Middle to Late Permian pelagic sedimentary rocks at Arrow Rocks, North Island, New Zealand
News of Osaka Micropaleontologists, Special Volume   13 21-28   2004
R. S. Hori, J. D. Campbell, J. A. Grant-Mackie
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand   33(1-4) 39-55   Mar 2003   [Refereed]
Triassic Radiolaria are documented from phosphatic nodules obtained from the Karoro Formation and Potiki Siltstone from Kaka Point Structural Belt, Otago, New Zealand. There are abundant Glomeropyle and Spumellaria, and rare Nassellaria and Entact...
Atsushi Takemura, Yoshiaki Aita, Rie S. Hori, Yasushi Higuchi, K. Bernhard Spörli, Hamish J. Campbell, Kazuto Kodama, Toyosaburo Sakai
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics   45(45) 289-296   Sep 2002   [Refereed]
Triassic radiolarians are reported from two horizons in Waipapa Terrane at Arrow Rocks, Whangaroa area, Northland. This relatively undisturbed succession represents an ocean-floor sequence, consisting (in ascending order) of basalt with limestone ...
Unlooking the radiolarian record from the Mesozoic terranes of New Zealand: Investigating the southern high latitude paleoceanographic history
The Palaeontological Society of JapanTopics in Paleontology   (2) 1-16   2001
Hori Rie S., Higuchi Yasushi, Fujiki Toru
The memoirs of the Geological Society of Japan   (55) 43-59   Jan 2000
We discuss the progress and future problems of geochemical studies on bedded chert sequences from accretionary complexes in Japan. Bedded cherts contain geochemical information about oceans and surfaces of upper continental crust in the past becau...
SAKAKIBARA Masayuki, HORI Rie S., KIMURA Gaku, IKEDA Michiharu, KOUMOTO Tomoyuki, KATO Hiroumi
The Memoirs of the Geological Society of Japan.   52 1-15   Sep 1999
Permian Albaillellaria(Radiolaria)from a limestone lens at the Arrow Rocks in the Waipapa Terrane(North land, New Zealand)
Geodiversitas   21(4) 751-765   1999   [Refereed]
Sakai Toyosaburo, Aita Yoshiaki, Higuchi Yasushi, Hori Rie, Kodama Kazuto, Takemura Atsushi, Hamish J. Campbell, Jack A. Grant-Mackie, Christopher J. Hollis, Bernhard Sporli K.
Journal of the Geological Society of Japan   104(2) (]G0005[)-(]G0006[)-VI   Feb 1998
Preliminary report on the lithostratigraphy of the Arrow Rocks, and geologic age of the northern part of the Waipapa Terrane, New Zealand
News of Osaka Micropaleontologists, Special Volume   11 47-57   1998
Masayuki Sakakibara, R. S. Hori, Michiharu Ikeda, Misa Umeki
Journal - Geological Society of Japan   103 953-961   Dec 1997
Green rock including chert xenoliths has been found in an outcrop of the Pippu area, central Hokkaido, Japan. It is petrologically divided into two types: massive hornblende basalt and picritic basaltic hyaloclastite. The former structurally overl...
Sakakibara Masayuki, Rie S. Hori, Ikeda Michiharu, Umeki Misa
Journal of the Geological Society of Japan   103(10) 953-961   Oct 1997
R. S. Hori, J. D. Campbell, J. A. Grant-Mackie
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics   40 397-399   Sep 1997
Lower Jurassic Radiolaria are documented from Aratauran strata of the Murihiku Supergroup at the northern end of Sandy Bay, south of Nugget Point, Otago, New Zealand. The fossils were extracted from small carbonate nodules in fine grey sandstone i...
Rie S. Hori
Marine Micropaleontology   30 159-169   Mar 1997
A drastic faunal turnover of radiolarians in the early Toarcian, termed the Toarcian Radiolarian Event (TRE), recognized in bedded chert sequences of southwestern Japan, is marked by the first co-appearance of the genus Praeparvicingula and Mesosa...
Ikeda Michiharu, Hori Rie, Sakakibara Masayuki
Journal of the Geological Society of Japan   103(2) 167-169   Feb 1997
Original relationship between basic rocks and chert of the Kmuikotan Complex in central Hokkaido, Japan
2 107-115   1997
R. S. Hori, Y. Aita, J. A. Grant-Mackie
Island Arc   5(2) 104-113   Jan 1996
Well-preserved radiolarians from the Newcastle Group in southwest Kawhia, New Zealand, constitute the first record of Lower Jurassic radiolarians from in situ deposits in high latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere on the margin of Gondwana. The rad...
Rie S Hori, Yasushi Higuchi
Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Ehime University   2 27-36   1996
Tadashi Yoshizaki, Yoko Tamura, Sakae Sano, Rie S Sano, Masayuki Komatsu
Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Ehime University   2 15-25   1996
Yasushi Higuchi, Rie S Hori
Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Ehime University   2 1-14   1996
Rie S. Hori, Sakakibara Masayuki
Journal of the Geological Society of Japan   100(8) 575-583   Aug 1994
M. Sakakibara, R. S. Hori, T. Murakami
Journal - Geological Society of Japan   99(10) 831-833   Dec 1993
The Mikabu greenrocks extend more than 800 km in length in the outer zone of Southwest Japan. They are composed mainly of volcanic sedimentary rocks, basalts, dolerite, gabbro, and ultrabasic rocks, and are associated with minor limestone and cher...
R. S. Hori, Chang-Fee Cho, H. Umeda
Island Arc   3 55-65   Dec 1993
The abundance of magnetic microspherules in a Triassic-Jurassic continuous sequence of alternating chert and shale beds in the Mino accretionary complex, central Japan, was measured systematically. Depending on time, the magnetic microspherules ex...
G. Kimura, J. N. Ludden, J. P. Desrochers, R. Hori
LITHOS   30 337-355   Jan 1993
One of the keys to understanding the origin of Archaean greenstone belts lies in the geological relationships between mafic and ultramafic greenstones, felsic to intermediate volcanic rocks and terrigenous sediments. Traditional models for greenst...
Katsumi Kimura, Rie Hori
Journal of Structural Geology   15(2) 145-161   Jan 1993
Detailed structural and biostratigraphical analysis of the Jurassic Inuyama Sequence, a coherent chert-clastic complex in the Mino-Tamba Belt, central Japan, clarifies the evolution of accretionary processes at shallow structural levels. The Inuya...
Toarcian Oceanic Event in deep-sea sediments
Geological Survey of JapanBulletin of the Geological Survey of Japan   44(9) 555-570   1993
R. Hori
Journal of Geosciences - Osaka City University   35(Art.4) 53-65   Dec 1992
Vertical distribution of microfossils such as radiolarians and conodonts across the Triassic/Jurassic (T/J) boundary were clarified through the biostratigraphic study of two continuous sequences of bedded cherts in the Inuyama area, central Japan....
The Batinah Olistostrome of the Oman Mountains and Mesozoic radiolarians
News of Osaka Micropaleontologists, Special Volume   8 21-34   1992
Transactions and proceedings of the Palaeontological Society of Japan. New series   (159) 562-586   Sep 1990   [Refereed]
Four Lower Jurassic radiolarian assemblage-zones and four subzones are established on the basis of radiolarian biostratigraphic data from the Inuyama and three other areas of SW Japan. These zones are as follows in ascending order : the Parahsuum ...
R. Hori, T. Otsuka
Journal of Geosciences - Osaka City University   32(Art.6) 137-161   Dec 1989
This paper focuses on the late early Jurassic radiolarian assemblage of bedded cherts and siliceous mudstones in the Mt. Norikuradake area, central Japan. Nine multi-segmented nassellarians of the assemblage including two new species, are describe...
Transactions and proceedings of the Palaeontological Society of Japan. New series   (151) 543-563   Oct 1988
Four radiolarian species, including two new species, of the family Syringocapsidae Foreman are described from the lowest Jurassic bedded cherts of the Inuyama area, central Japan. These species belonging to the genera Katroma, Syringocapsa and Gig...
R. Hori, A. Yao
Journal of Geosciences - Osaka City University   31(Art.3) 47-61   Jan 1988
Parahsuum is a characteristic genus of Jurassic Radiolaria. In this paper, four species of Parahsuum, Parahsuum simplum Yao and three new species, are described from chert sequences of the Inuyama area, central Japan. From the stratigraphic horizo...


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Books etc

The oceanic Permian/Triassic boundary sequence at Arrow Rocks (Oruatemanu), Northland, New Zealand,
Sporli, K.B., Takemura A., Hori, R.S. (Part:Editor, editing)
GNS Science, New Zealand   2007   
Catalogue and systematics of Pliensbachian, Toarcian and Aalenian radiolarian genera and species
ZRC Publishing   2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

Structural difference between phaeodarians and radiolarians (unicellular zooplankton)
Yasuhide Nakamura (NMNS), Rie S. Hori (Ehime Univ.), Akihiro Tuji (NMNS), Hiroaki Ohfuji (Ehime Univ.), Noritoshi Suzuki (Tohoku Univ.) and Katsunori Kimoto (JAMSTEC)
JpGU   26 May 2019   
Living Radiolaria+: trophic habits and skeletogenesis [Invited]
Séminaire Laboratoire d'Oceanologie et de Geosciences UMR8187LOG   20 Dec 2018   
The origin and paleoenvironmental significance of deep-sea radiolarites from Panthalassa : a recorder of geological events [Invited]
Journée Scientifique IRePSE 2018, University of Lille   10 Dec 2018   
Strategy for shell forming and environmental adaptation of siliceous zooplankton [Invited]
Commemorative Symposium for the 34th International Prize for Biology   22 Nov 2018   
Evolution of siliceous plankton and radiolarite – its relation with the carbon and silicon cycles and global climate [Invited]
Peter Oliver Baumgartner, Maximilien Bôle, Masayuki Ikeda, S. Rie Hor
IPC5   12 Jul 2018   

Association Memberships

Geological Society of Japan , Palaeontological Society of Japan , The Geosciences Society of New Zealand , The Royal Society of New Zealand , International Association of Radiolarian Palaeontologists

Research Grants & Projects

Palaeoenvironmental study of Radiolaria and deep-sea sediments
Palaeoenvironmental study of Radiolaria and deep-sea sediments

Social Contribution

Event public talk for fossil day
[Planner]  Faculty of Science, Museum of Ehime university  Public talk [ Heteromorph Ammonite Nipponites mirabilis]  15 Oct 2018 - 15 Oct 2018
Exhibition of Japanese stone and minerals discovered by Ehime University
[Planner]  Faculty of Science, Museum of Ehime university  Exhibition of Japanese stone and minerals discovered by Ehime University  20 Aug 2017 - 12 Dec 2017


May 2019   JpGU U-2 session:Advancing workplace progress, challenges and strategies for improvement
Organization of Union Session [U-02] Collaborate with AGU/EGU(US 4/EOS 6.1),Advancing workplace progress, challenges and strategies for improvement as one of the conveners, Oguchi, CT., Hori, R., Takahashi, Y., Jesus-Rydin, C.
Feb 2018   Symposium of the 167th Regular Meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan-Gondwana Biotas: their evolutionary processes and uniqueness -
To organize the Symposium of the 167th Regular Meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan (Date:February 2rd 13:30〜17:20, Place:Nannka Kinen Hall of Ehime University, Matsuyama City, 790-8577, JAPAN) as a convener,
Title: -Gondwana Biotas: their evolutionary processes and uniqueness -
Conveners :Rie S. HORI (Ehime University) and Yoshiaki AITA (Utsunomiya University)