Title Transcription
マツエシ シュウヘン ノ チシツ イズモソウ グン ノ ケンキュウ 1
Title Alternative
Geology of the Environs of Matsue City : The Study of the Izumo Group in Shimane Prefecture(Part 1)
File
language
jpn
Author
Miyajima, Masataka
Nagashima, Haruo
Onishi, Ikuo
Description
In the hills around Matsue city, the alkali basalts are widely distributed. These basalts, lava flows and tuff beds, are embedded in sandstone beds. They are called the Matsue formation and comporse the upper part of the Izumo group.
Six lava flows and two tuff beds are good key beds in the Matsue formation. The sedimentary imbricate structure of that formation are shown by these key beds.
The upper Cenozoic geologic units, in descending order, are as follows :
- Terrace gravel III
- Kisuki pumice bed
Pleistocene - Kurayoshi pumice bed
- Terrace gravel II ( = Nogi bed)
- Terrace gravel I
Pliocene -Misasa group -Wakurayama andesite
- Rakuzan basalt (BL6) and conglomerate (BG3) member
(sandstone)
- Moriwaki tuff member (AT)
(sandstone)
- Tokodai basalt member (BL 5)
(sandstone)
- Kawazu tuff member (BT)
-Matsue (sandstone)
Miocene formation - Tsuda basalt (BL 4) and conglomerate (BG 2) member
(sandstone)
Agenogi basalt member (BL 3)
(sandstone)
- Hanamagari basalt (BL 2)
(sandstone)
- Chausuyama basalt (BL 1) and breccia (BG 1) member
-Fujina and Furue formations (mudstone)
Journal Title
Memoirs of the Faculty of Literature and Science, Shimane University. Natural sciences
Volume
5
Start Page
131
End Page
138
ISSN
03709434
Published Date
1972-03-10
NCID
AN0010806X
Publisher
島根大学文理学部
Publisher Aalternative
The Faculty of Literature and Science, Shimane University
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
OAI-PMH Set
Shimane University