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Overall sketch map showing ammonoids and Photographs showing sampling points in shallow-marine fine sandstone of the lower Coniacian Ashizawa Formation, Futaba Group, Northeast Japan

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posted on 2023-02-21, 00:37 authored by Hikaru Omori, Hisao Ando, Yusuke Muramiya, Fumiaki Utagawa, Ryusei Kuma, Hidekazu Yoshida

 

Fig. S1. Overall sketch map showing ammonoids (in situ:

green; ex situ: green–yellow; unknown: purple), calcareous

concretions (blue), wood fragments (dark orange), and  

colors coded by elevation for six intervals (+3, +2, +1, ±

0, -1, -2) of 30 cm based on the widest flat surface as

the standard surface of ± 0. Ammonoid shells (M1–M93)

and concretions (Co1–Co176) are numbered.


Fig. S2. Photographs showing sampling points of the indoor

outcrop. Red stars indicate sampling points. Samples

obtained from each point were used for geochemical analyses.

Funding

Paleoenvironments, paleogeography and basins of Cretaceous system in Japanese island arcs reconstructed from integrated stratigraphic correlation

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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Paleoecologic evolution of oysters since Cretaceous time investigated through formative processes of fossil and recent oyster reefs

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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Development of long-term self-sealing technology of ground water pathways by learning of natural carbonate concretions

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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Decoding information on the soft body of paleontology from carbonate concretion

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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Corresponding author email address

s.p.t.w.jj.kyudo@icloud.com

Translated manuscript title

双葉層群足沢層(上部白亜系コニアシアン階下部)浅海成細粒砂岩の大型アン モナイト密集層と巨大炭酸塩コンクリーション濃集層

Translated authors

大森 光,安藤寿男,村宮悠介,歌川史哲,隈 隆成,吉田英一

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