Hiroyuki Kurokawa
Hiroyuki Kurokawa
Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Evolution of water reservoirs on Mars: Constraints from hydrogen isotopes in martian meteorites
H Kurokawa, M Sato, M Ushioda, T Matsuyama, R Moriwaki, JM Dohm, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 394, 179-185, 2014
Mass-loss evolution of close-in exoplanets: evaporation of hot jupiters and the effect on population
H Kurokawa, T Nakamoto
The Astrophysical Journal 783 (1), 54, 2014
Suppression of atmospheric recycling of planets embedded in a protoplanetary disc by buoyancy barrier
H Kurokawa, T Tanigawa
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 479 (1), 635-648, 2018
A lower limit of atmospheric pressure on early Mars inferred from nitrogen and argon isotopic compositions
H Kurokawa, K Kurosawa, T Usui
Icarus 299, 443-459, 2018
Atmospheric mass-loss and evolution of short-period exoplanets: the examples of CoRoT-7b and Kepler-10b
H Kurokawa, L Kaltenegger
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 433 (4), 3239-3245, 2013
Gas flow around a planet embedded in a protoplanetary disc-Dependence on planetary mass
A Kuwahara, H Kurokawa, S Ida
Astronomy & Astrophysics 623, A179, 2019
Impact degassing and atmospheric erosion on Venus, Earth, and Mars during the late accretion
H Sakuraba, H Kurokawa, H Genda
Icarus 317, 48-58, 2019
On the radius anomaly of hot Jupiters: reexamination of the possibility and impact of layered convection
H Kurokawa, S Inutsuka
The Astrophysical Journal 815 (1), 78, 2015
Loss and fractionation of noble gas isotopes and moderately volatile elements from planetary embryos and early Venus, Earth and Mars
H Lammer, M Scherf, H Kurokawa, Y Ueno, C Burger, T Maindl, ...
Space Science Reviews 216 (4), 1-50, 2020
Subduction and atmospheric escape of Earth's seawater constrained by hydrogen isotopes
H Kurokawa, J Foriel, M Laneuville, C Houser, T Usui
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 497, 149-160, 2018
Interactive Evolution of Multiple Water-Ice Reservoirs on Mars: Insights from Hydrogen Isotope Compositions
H Kurokawa, T Usui, M Sato
Geochemical Journal 50 (1), 67-79, 2016
Influences of protoplanet-induced three-dimensional gas flow on pebble accretion-I. Shear regime
A Kuwahara, H Kurokawa
Astronomy & Astrophysics 633, A81, 2020
A Probabilistic Approach to Determination of Ceres' Average Surface Composition From Dawn Visible‐Infrared Mapping Spectrometer and Gamma Ray and Neutron Detector Data
H Kurokawa, BL Ehlmann, MC De Sanctis, MGA Lapôtre, T Usui, NT Stein, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 125 (12), e2020JE006606, 2020
MIRS: an imaging spectrometer for the MMX mission
MA Barucci, JM Reess, P Bernardi, A Doressoundiram, S Fornasier, ...
Earth, Planets and Space 73 (1), 1-28, 2021
Influences of protoplanet-induced three-dimensional gas flow on pebble accretion-II. Headwind regime
A Kuwahara, H Kurokawa
Astronomy & Astrophysics 643, A21, 2020
Mars’ atmospheric neon suggests volatile-rich primitive mantle
H Kurokawa, YN Miura, S Sugita, Y Cho, F Leblanc, N Terada, ...
Icarus 370, 114685, 2021
Numerous chondritic impactors and oxidized magma ocean set Earth’s volatile depletion
H Sakuraba, H Kurokawa, H Genda, K Ohta
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-14, 2021
A Bayesian approach to deriving Ceres surface composition from Dawn VIR data: Initial quantification of bright spot and typical dark material phases with this method
H Kurokawa, BL Ehlmann, E Ammannito, MC De Sanctis, M Lapotre, ...
Lunar and planetary science conference, 1908, 2018
Hydrogen Isotopes Record the History of the Martian Hydrosphere and Atmosphere
T Usui, JI Simon, JH Jones, H Kurokawa, M Sato, CM Alexander, J Wang
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 2015
Effects of atmospheric absorption of incoming radiation on the radiation limit of the troposphere
H Kurokawa, T Nakamoto
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 69 (1), 403-413, 2012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20