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Summary of the Paleogene molluscan faunas in North Japan

Atsuyuki Mizuno

Summary of the Paleogene molluscan faunas in North Japan

by Atsuyuki Mizuno

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Published by Geological Survey of Japan in Hisamoto-cho, Kawasaki-shi, Japan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan,
  • Hokkaido.,
  • Tōhoku Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Mollusks, Fossil.,
    • Paleontology -- Paleogene.,
    • Paleontology -- Japan -- Hokkaido.,
    • Paleontology -- Japan -- Tōhoku Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 26-27.

      Statementby Atsuyuki Mizuno.
      SeriesReport / Geological Survey of Japan ;, no. 207, Report (Chishitsu Chōsajo (Japan)) ;, no. 207.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE304 .C54a no. 207, QE801 .C54a no. 207
      The Physical Object
      Pagination28 p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages28
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3527400M
      LC Control Number82113011

      Occurrence of Epilucina californica (Conrad) (Bivalvia: Lucinidae) from the Neogene of Japan, with notes on the biogeographic history of Epilucina Kurihara Yukito, Department of Geology National Science Museum Paleontological research 11(1), ,   Paleocene biochronology: the Puercan through Clarkforkian land-mammal ages. In M. O. Woodburne (ed.), Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic mammals of North America, Columbia University Press, New York, pp. Order book or Request PDF/reprint Magioncalda, R., C. Dupuis, T. Smith, E. Steurbaut, and P. D. Gingerich. Paleocene-Eocene ~gingeric/PDGwyoming/

      Pacific Coast Eocene-Oligocene marine chronostratigraphy: a review and an update / Donald R. Prothero --Turnovers in marine gastropod faunas during the Eocene-Oligocene transition, West Coast of the United States / Richard L. Squires --Biotic response to the Eocene-Oligocene transition: gastropod assemblages in the high-latitude North Pacific In summary, our results suggest that initial uplift of the Central Cordillera was under way by middle Paleocene time, and initial uplift of the Eastern Cordillera occurred between the middle-late Eocene and the late Oligocene, underscoring the potential importance of early Andean uplift on the dynamics of Paleogene ://

      The transition from the Eocene to the Oligocene epochs was the most significant event in earth history since the extinction of dinosaurs. As the first Antarctic ice sheets appeared, major extinctions and faunal turnovers took place on the land and in the sea, eliminating forms adapted to a tropical world and replacing them with the ancestors of most of our modern animal and plant ://   The Late Mesozoic formations and their molluscan fossils in west Chugoku and north Kyushu, Japan. Jour. Sci. Hiroshima Univ., [C], 3 (2); , pls. , text-figs. , tables Hashimoto, Isamu, Hayami, Itaru and Noda, Naohide () The Palaeozoic and Mesozoic strata in the Gumizaki district, Kagoshima Prefecture.


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Summary of the Paleogene molluscan faunas in North Japan by Atsuyuki Mizuno Download PDF EPUB FB2

Consequently, a revised name, the "North Japan-Western Okhotsk Province," is proposed herein. This province includes Hokkaido and Northeast Honshu of Northern Japan and Sakhalin. The Paleogene molluscan fauna of Northern Japan is represented by the Ishikari and Asagai- Poronai (or Poronai; Otuka, ) faunas of ://   Summary of the Paleogene Molluscan Faunas in North Japan Mizuno Atsuyuki Nopdf(5MB) (MB) No 九州におけるダムサイト基盤の地質学的研究 稲井信雄 Nopdf(13MB) (MB) No Benthonic Foraminifera off Mizuno, A.,Paleogene and lower Neogene biochronology of western Japan (I.

On the Paleogene stratigraphy and molluscan fauna in the vicinity of Nishisonogi Peninsula, north-western Kyûshû). Jour. Geol. Soc. Japan, 68, – in Japanese with English abstract. Mizuno, A.,Paleogene and early Neogene molluscan faunae in west Thermophilic marine invertebrates appeared on the eastern coast of Kamchatka in the Early Paleogene and on the island of Sakhalin in the Paleocene.

Some mollusks and solitary corals probably migrated from the coast of North America to the far eastern coast of Russia by a warm marine current as the faunal assemblages of these areas contain some genera and even species in :// Molluscan Biostratigraphy of the Miocene, Middle Atlantic Coastal Plain of North AmericaMolluscan Biostratigraphy of the Miocene, Middle Atlantic Coastal Plain of North America ebook free Book Details: Author: Lauck W Ward Published Date: 01 Jun   Molluscan fauna from the Tertiary Maejima Formation in Maejima Island, Okayama Prefecture, southwest Japan [Net] [Bib] 瀬戸内区における海成古第三系の分布とその貝類化石群 [Net] [Bib] Distributions and molluscan faunas of the Paleogene marine Summary of the Paleogene mollucan faunas in north Japan MIZUNO A.

Geological Survey of Japan, Report, 被引用文献1件 85 [""]: On the Miocene molluscs from the so-called Taki Formation in the Joban Coal-field, with the description of   ISSN Canadian Translation of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences No. The Cenozoic history of the molluscan faunas of the North Pacific Shelf A.I.

Kafanov Original title:   Honda, Y.,Paleogene molluscan biogeography of Japan. Third International Symposium on Shallow Tethys, Abstract Volume Shallow Tethys 3, p. 26, Sendai, Japan SeptemberHonda, Y.,Spatial and temporal distribution of Paleogene molluscs of Japan ~lz/ In order to clarify the time and space distribution of the Japanese Cenozoic molluscan species, we have been investigated precise age of each strata which including the type species mainly based on the integrated biostratigraphy and isotopic age such as K-Ar and FT method.

We studied the geologic age of Cenozoic strata of Hokkaido, NE Japan, Central Japan, SW Japan, Kyushu and Okinawa Islands The geologic record of the shallow-marine gastropod genus Pseudoperissolax Clark, is documented in detail for the first time in a region of the northeast Pacific extending from southwestern Washington to northern Baja California, Mexico.

This genus, which has been erroneously equated with the nomen dubium Perrisolax Gabb,comprises a very small group of species whose supra-generic    Mid Tertiary Marine Molluscan Faunas from the Uryu Coal field of Central Hokkaido, Japan [Net] [Bib] Molluscan Fauna from the So called Paleogene Formations in Northern Taiwan [Net] [Bib] Tertiary Formations and their Molluscan Faunas In a recent comprehensive taxonomic reassessment of Paleogene molluscan faunas from Antarctica, Beu [19] showed that more than 15% of the Paleocene taxa and 30% of the Early – Middle Eocene Molluscan Faunas Across the Eocene/Oligocene Boundary in the North American Gulf Coastal Plain, with Comparisons to Those of the Eocene and Oligocene of France Chapter (PDF Available) January   Summary of the Paleogene Molluscan Faunas in North Japan Mizuno Atsuyuki No Geochemistry of Germanium in the Matallic Sulfides Ore Deposits in Japan Ando Atsushi No Bouguer Anomaly Maps in Japan Matsuda Takeo and Suda Yoshiro This project had the ambitious goal of clarifying both the dominant geographic origins of Japanese Fauna and how the original fauna developed into the modeen distributions and types.

A major part of this project was the molecular phylogenetic analyses of a number of representative land and marine animals. The land animals investigated include the genera Sus (wild boars), Cervus (deer   ECOLOGICAL PARALLELISM IN SHALLOW MARINE BENTHIC ASSOCIATIONS OF NEOGENE MOLLUSCAN FAUNAS OF JAPAN par KIYOTAKA CHINZEI * ABSTRACT RI~SUM]~ Among the Neogene and Quaternary marine ben- thic faunas of Japan, ecologically analogous associa- tions occur at distinct stratigraphic levels and in geo- graphic positions where similar environmental The Tertiary Tainohata Formation of the Kôbe Group has yielded 10 species of Gastropoda and 19 species of Bivalvia.

The formation is of late Middle Eocene age on the basis of the dinoflagellate cyst assemblage and radiometric data. The occurrences of the genera Trinacria, Vicarya, and Sulcobuccinum strongly support an Eocene age for the Tainohata Formation. The molluscan fauna shows high Whilst their molluscan faunas suggest that they were deposited during marine incursions, the former presence of marine phases, the thickness and extent of these phases incursions will probably.

presumably remain, unknown (extracted from Daley and Balson, ). Back to Summary. Further Information. Daley, B. & Balson, P., (). Approximately middle and late Cenozoic nearshore marine molluscan taxa from western California are assigned to six time periods, spanning ~25 m.y.

In this interdisciplinary study, western California is palinspastically restored for each of the time periods by backsliding.

This work presents the description of the key section of Lower Paleocene-Eocene deposits of northwestern Kamchatka, which comprises seven beds, identified on the basis of mollusk communities.

In total, nearly 80 species of mollusks, which mainly belong to the thermophilic genera, were described. More than half of them were described in North American formations, which is evidence that the The west coast of North America record of the shallow-marine stromboid gastropod genus Rimella Agassiz, is restudied for the first time in 90 years.

This genus comprises a small group of Paleogene gastropods characterized by having an ornamented fusiform shell, a posterior canal ascending the spire, and simple (non-flared) outer ://The Paleogene Iojima Group is exposed in the Takashima coalfield of northwestern Kyushu, southwest Japan.

The group is divided into four formations: the Okinoshima, Magome, Funazu, and Daimyoji formations (in ascending stratigraphic order). Among these strata, mudstone and muddy sandstone of the Okinoshima and Funazu formations contain a number of common age-diagnostic calcareous