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Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Japan Vol.51 No.1 (2000)

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Cover photograh


Hotoke-uta (Hotoke-ga-ura)
Erosion topography of middle to upper rhyo-dacitic tuffs at the central part of western Shimokita Peninsula

  These felsic volcanic activities were intensive during Miocene in the back-arc basin of the Japanese Islands, and formed famous Kuroko and Au-base metal vein-type deposits. Here, Buddhism- related names are given to the strange shapes of the eroded rock towers (National monument designated in 1939).

(Photoed by Shunso ISHIHARA)

Table of Contents

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A new groundwater observation well constructed on the Suzuka-toen fault zone – the Hokusei well Tsutomu SATO, Makoto TAKAHASHI, Eikichi TSUKUDA, Hisashi UEMURA and Toyomatsu SUGAWARA (1-16) 51-01_01.pdf(2,533KB)
Late Cenozoic ore deposits and their sulfur isotopic ratios of the northeastern Hokkaido, Japan Shunso ISHIHARA, Masahiro YAHATA. Yukitoshi URASHIMA and Yasushi WATANABE (17-28) 51-01_02.pdf(1,324KB)
Recent surface faulting of the North Anatolian fault along the 1943 Ladik earthquake ruptures Toshikazu YOSHIOKA, Koji OKUMURA, Ismail KUSCU and Omer EMRE (29-35) 51-01_03.pdf(706KB)
Refined magnetostratigraphy of the Early Miocene sequence in the Yatsuo area, central Japan Yasuto ITOH and Mahito WATANABE (37-45) 51-01_04.pdf(1,281KB)