The Ryoke Belt in the Hiki Hills, northeastern marginal area of the Kanto Mountains ( Japan).

Hideo Takagi, H. Nagahama

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    Abstract

    The granitic rocks and their mylonitic facies with small amount of the high-grade metamorphic rocks are distributed in fault contact with the surrounding Miocene sedimentary rocks in the Hiki Hills at the NE marginal area of the Kanto Mountains. The granitic rocks are mostly medium-grained gneisses tonalite and granodiorite which are correlative to the Hiji tonalite in the Chubu district. The metamorphic rocks comprise andalusite gneiss and sillimanite gneiss. Suggests that the large-scale bending of the Median Tectonic Line at the Fossa Magna area occurred after the stage of mylonitization of the Ryoke granitic rocks. -from English summary

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationJournal - Geological Society of Japan
    Pages201-215
    Number of pages15
    Volume93
    Edition3
    Publication statusPublished - 1987

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    tonalite
    gneiss
    metamorphic rock
    mountain
    rock
    mylonitization
    andalusite
    sillimanite
    granodiorite
    sedimentary rock
    Miocene
    tectonics

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    Takagi, H., & Nagahama, H. (1987). The Ryoke Belt in the Hiki Hills, northeastern marginal area of the Kanto Mountains ( Japan). In Journal - Geological Society of Japan (3 ed., Vol. 93, pp. 201-215)

    The Ryoke Belt in the Hiki Hills, northeastern marginal area of the Kanto Mountains ( Japan). / Takagi, Hideo; Nagahama, H.

    Journal - Geological Society of Japan. Vol. 93 3. ed. 1987. p. 201-215.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Takagi, H & Nagahama, H 1987, The Ryoke Belt in the Hiki Hills, northeastern marginal area of the Kanto Mountains ( Japan). in Journal - Geological Society of Japan. 3 edn, vol. 93, pp. 201-215.
    Takagi H, Nagahama H. The Ryoke Belt in the Hiki Hills, northeastern marginal area of the Kanto Mountains ( Japan). In Journal - Geological Society of Japan. 3 ed. Vol. 93. 1987. p. 201-215
    Takagi, Hideo ; Nagahama, H. / The Ryoke Belt in the Hiki Hills, northeastern marginal area of the Kanto Mountains ( Japan). Journal - Geological Society of Japan. Vol. 93 3. ed. 1987. pp. 201-215
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