Cretaceou biostratigraphy and ammonites in Hokkaido, Japan.

H. Hirano

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Abstract

The Cretaceous sediments of Hokkaido are composed of miogeosynclinal and deltaic sediments from the Aptian to the Maastrichtian, distributed in two belts westward of the paired metamorphic belts. The ammonite fauna belongs to the Pacific- Tethyan realm and is dominated by off-shore forms. Correlation with the European standard by ammonites, inocerami, foraminifers, radiolarians and nannoplankton has been undertaken concurrently in the three districts. -from Author

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings Geologists' Association
Pages213-223
Number of pages11
Volume93
Edition2
Publication statusPublished - 1982

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Hirano, H. (1982). Cretaceou biostratigraphy and ammonites in Hokkaido, Japan. In Proceedings Geologists' Association (2 ed., Vol. 93, pp. 213-223)