Advances in Geosciences: Volume 13: Solid Earth (Se) by Kenji Satake

By Kenji Satake

This quantity thirteen covers, The foreign Laser Ranging provider (Pearlman et al.); Numerical Modeling of the 2006 Java Tsunami Earthquake (Hanifa et al.); and Statistical homes and Time development within the variety of Holocene Volcanic Eruptions. (Zemtsov & Tron).

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A. Love, S. Polachan and P. D. Jones, New age data for the Mesozoic Khorat Group of Northeastern Thailand, Proc. Int. Symp. Stratigraphic Correlation of Southeast Asia, eds. P. Angsuwathana, T. Wongwanich, W. Tansathien, S. Wongsomsak and J. Tulyatid (Department of Mineral Resources, 1994), pp. 245–252. FA December 10, 2008 15:45 22 AOGS 2007 - SE Volume 9in x 6in b672-V13-ch02 P. Putthapiban and S. Hongsresawat 10. L. S. Gardner, H. F. Howarth and P. Na Chiangmai, Salt resources of Thailand, Department of Mineral Resources, Report of Investigation 11 (1967) 100pp.

Hongsresawat Fig. 5. The outcrops containing partially free hollow concretions embedded in situ at Phu Phrao, the Study Area 1. 5. Conclusion The origin of hollow concretions can be summarized by the lithified stage, the subsurface chemical reaction stage, and the post-chemical erosion stage. The lithified process of the clastic rocks occurs under significantly reducing condition as indicated by the existence of pyrite nodules. Later on, the environment becomes more oxidized due to the presence of subsurface water and oxygen.

6 Ma), in the vicinity of Koshi-dake, basalt and andesite Fig. 1. Location map of study area: (a) Geological scheme of the Arita–Imari area; (b) Simplified from Ref. 13. Numbers are Ar/Ar ages. Quaternary volcanic front (dashed line in (a)) is also shown for reference. FA December 10, 2008 15:45 34 AOGS 2007 - SE Volume 9in x 6in b672-V13-ch04 N. Hoang et al. 8 Ma, in the Jinroku-yama area15,16 (Fig. 1). 5 km3 in area. The acidic to intermediate rocks typically consist of biotite rhyolite, hornblende-clinopyroxene dacite, olivine clinopyroxene andesite, and a range of biotite-hornblende dacite to rhyolite.

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