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Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Japan Vol.51 No.5 (2000)

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The outcrops of Khangai Granite in Mongolia

  This granite is widely exposed in Khangai Mountains of central Mongolia. It is mainly composed of meidum- to coarse-grained hornblende bearing biotite quartz monzodiorite, and belongs to ilmenite-series granitoids. The isotopic age shows latest Permian (see article in this volume by Takahashi et al.). This photograph was taken during the excursion of IGCP420“Continental Growth in the Phanerozoic: Evidence from Central Asia”in July, 1999.

 (Photoed by Yuhei TAKAHASHI, July 1999)

Table of Contents

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Geochronological data of granitoids in the Bayankhongor area, central Mongolia Yuhei TAKAHASHI Yoji ARAKAWA, Sambuu OYUNGEREL and Kazuki NAITO (167-174) 51-05_01.pdf(905KB)
Sedimentation rate and environment of mountain lakes in Nepal Yutaka KANAI, Yoshio INOUCHI and Takao TOKUOKA (175-187) 51-05_02.pdf(2,142KB)
Broadband Seismic Network in Indonesia – JISNET –  Toshiki OHTAKI, Kenji KANJO, Satoshi KANESHIMA, Takashi NISHIMURA, Yasushi ISHIHARA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Satoshi HARADA, Shin'ichiro KAMIYA and Sunarjo (189-203) 51-05_03.pdf(9,250KB)
Abstracts for Geological Survey Seminar, No. 263
Reports of comleted projects(205-214) 
Abstracts for Geological Survey Seminar, No. 264
State of the art and the future of airborn geophysics from exploration to environmental investigation
Abstracts for Geological Survey Seminar, No. 265
High accuracy restration of environment in time based on the analysis of reef frame(223-227)