A new interpretation of forming process of marine pleistocene succession in the kanto tectonic basin

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Kikuchi, Takao;
(1996)
  • Publisher: Department of Geography, Tokyo Metropolitan University
  • Journal: Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University,issue 31,pages65-81 (issn: 0386-8710)
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  • Subject: Boso Peninsula | Shimosa Group | marine Pleistocene | sedimentary cycle | sea-level change | glacio-eustasy | isostatic subsidence

Relatively thick marine Pleistocene deposits, the Kazusa and the Shimosa Groups. are exposed in the Boso Peninsula, central Japan. It is generally said that the continuous tectonic subsidence of the Kanto Tectonic Basin causes such remarkable sedimentation. Especially t... View more
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