4 edition of Thermal evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, southwest Japan found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael B. Underwood.|
|Series||Special paper / Geological Society of America ;, 273, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, 273.|
|Contributions||Underwood, Michael B.|
|LC Classifications||QE691 .T49 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||92043051|
A comparison among organic and inorganic indicators of diagenesis and low-temperature metamorphism, Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Shikoku, Japan. In Thermal evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An example of ridge-trench interaction (ed. Cited by: 8. We report data from two new zircon annealing experiments in which spontaneous fission tracks are heated at °C and °C for hours. These supplement 29 previous experiments conducted on Cited by:
Tectonophysics, () Eisevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam The evidence of along-arc differential uplift of the Shimanto accretionary complex: Fission track thermochronology of the Kumano Acidic Rocks, Southwest Japan Noriko Hasebe, Takahiro Tagami and Susumu Nishimura Department of Geology and Mineralogy, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto , Japan Cited by: Hibbard JP, Laughland MM, Kang SM, Karig D () The thermal imprint of spreading ridge subduction on the upper structural levels of an accretionary prism, southwest Japan. In: Thermal evolution of the tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: an example of ridge-trench interaction. Geological Society of America, pp 83–Cited by: 1.
Search SpringerLink. Search. and Nishimura, S., Evolution of the Shimanto Accretionary Complex: A Fission-Track Thermochronologic Study, Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench G.V. and Sterligova, V.E., A New Belt of Alpinotype Ultramafic Rocks in the Northeastern Soviet Union Cited by: Except for the Shimanto Belt, which started exhumation in the middle Eocene, rapid cooling timings of the Korean Cretaceous basins, the Yanji granitoids, and the Ryoke and Sambagawa Belts are concentrated near ca 90 Ma, and match well with the initial depositional timing of the Shimanto Belt and the timing of the Izanagi–Pacific Ridge by:
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Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction Thermal maturity and constraints on deformation from illite crystallinity and vitrinite reflectance in the shallow levels of an accretionary prism: Eocene-Oligocene Shimanto Belt.
Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction The effects of ridge subduction on the thermal structure of accretionary Thermal evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt A Tertiary example from the Shimanto Belt of Japan.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: v, pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. Contents: Geologic summary and conceptual framework for the study of thermal maturity within the Eocene-Miocene Shimanto Belt, Shikoku, Japan / M.B. Underwood, J.P. Hibbard, and L. DiTullio --Vitrinite reflectance and estimates of paleotemperature within the Upper Shimanto Group.
Thermal Evolution of the Ter-tiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction Con-trasts in thermal maturity within terranes and across terrane boundaries of the. Abstract To decipher the Miocene evolution of the Shimanto belt of southwestern Japan, structural and paleothermal studies were carried out in the western area of Shikoku Island.
All units constituting the belt, both in its Cretaceous and Tertiary domains, Cited by: 6. To decipher the Miocene evolution of the Shimanto belt of southwestern Japan, structural and paleothermal studies were carried out in the western area of Shikoku Island. All units constituting the belt, both in its Cretaceous and Tertiary domains, are in average strongly dipping to the NW or SE, while shortening directions deduced from fault kinematics are consistently orientated NNW‐ by: 6.
To decipher the Miocene evolution of the Shimanto belt of southwestern Japan, structural and paleo-thermal studies we carried out in the western area of Shikoku Island. Thermal structure and uplift of the Cretaceous Shimanto Belt, Kii Peninsula, Southwest Japan: An illite crystallinity and Mite b, lattice spacing study M.
ASLAM AWAN* AND KATSUMI IMURA Geological Survey of Japun Higashi, Tsuliuba, IbarakiJapan. Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction The thermal imprint of spreading ridge subduction on the upper structural levels of an accretionary prism, southwest Japan.
The P–T path of the Cretaceous Shimanto accretionary complex, western Shikoku, southwest Japan, was determined by a combination of vitrinite reflectance data and homogenization temperatures of fluid inclusion analysis.
Within the complex, the P–T paths of the Upper Cretaceous Yokonami Melange and surrounding coherent strata were by: ed., Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Special Paper INTRODUCTION.
The Cretaceous–Miocene Shimanto accretionary complex (Taira et al. ) is widely exposed throughout southwest and central Japan ().The complex has been subjected to low‐grade metamorphism of the prehnite–actinolite and greenschist facies (Toriumi & Teruya ; Miyazaki & Okumura ).In addition, thermal modelling in shallow subduction zones suggests that the regional Cited by: 9.
Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: An Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction Facies architecture, detrital provenance, and tectonic modulation of sedimentation in the Shikoku Basin: Inputs to the Nankai Trough subduction zone.
The southern Appalachian region is the easternmost of the proposed GeoFrame superswath areas; its surface geology records mainly Paleozoic continental growth by Appalachian accretion on and against the Mesoproterozoic Grenville orogen.
The area experienced. Thermal Evolution of the Tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest JapanUnderwood M.B. (Ed.), Geol. Soc. Spec. Pap. (), pp. an Example of Ridge-Trench Interaction Google ScholarCited by: Distribution of the Shimanto belt and geological map of the Murotohanto subbelt.
(a) Distribution of the Shimanto belt in SW Japan.(b) Geological map of the Murotohanto subbelt (Eocene-Oligocene) on Muroto Peninsula (after Lewis et al.
) showing sample localities along the eastern (E1 to E4) and western coasts (W1 to W5).Sample E4 was taken from a large ex situ block of pillow lava Cited by: 3. This book is the planned successor to A Geologic Time Scale by W. Harland, A. Cox, P. Llewellyn, C. Pickton, A.
Smith and R. Walters published in It adopts the same style and employs and develops similar methods, but it has been entirely reworked.
The state of the art is thus presented; but the data assembled provide a source of reference which will serve for some. southern Shimanto Belts was a criterion defining the belt (northern and southern Shimanto Belts ascribed to the Cretaceous and Tertiary, respectively), but recent discover-ies of Paleocene to Eocene microfossils in the southernmost portion of the northern Shimanto Belt exclude age from the criteria (Kyushu [Ogawaguchi et al., ] and ShikokuCited by: Abstract.
Deformation styles of the Cretaceous-Tertiary Shimanto belt of southwest Japan have been examined in the eastern Kyushu and Kanto mountains. An early ductile deformation, which affects only the basal part of the Cretaceous formations, predates a widespread south-verging brittle by: 5.
In: Underwood MB (ed) Thermal evolution of the tertiary Shimanto Belt, Southwest Japan: an example of Ridge–Trench interaction. Geological Society of America, special paper, volpp 25–43 Matsumura M, Hashimoto Y, Kimura G, Ohmori-Ikehara K, Enjoji M, Ikesawa E () Depth of oceanic crust underplating in subduction zone-inference from Cited by: 5.
ARC DIVISION AND ITS EFFECT ON THE ACCRETIONARY COMPLEX: THE SHIMANTO BELT AT THE JUNCTION BETWEEN THE RYUKYU AND SOUTHWEST JAPAN ARCS [Soichi Osozawa] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Soichi Osozawa.(2) The front of magmatism in Southwest Japan, the southern border of the Ryoke belt, has been located near the paleotrench (the distance is about 50 km) (Kinoshita and It6, ), though the views concerning its thermal effects on the Shimanto belt do not agree yet, as described in Section by: Bewitching Kisses (Bewitching Kisses Series Book 1) Posted on by admin Betrayed by a greedy half-brother who coveted her inheritance, then accused by her superstitious Salem neighbors of practicing witchcraft, Sarah Townsend found herself kidnapped, sold into bondage, and thrown into the hold of a ship bound for.