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A spectacular outcrop of the Lower Miocene Inamura subaqueous landslide deposit at Kamiichi-machi, Toyama Prefecture, central Japan

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posted on 2024-05-13, 09:31 authored by Hiroyuki Arato, Yuzuru Yamamoto, Yasuhiro Yamada, Koichi Hoyanagi, Kazuo Kaneko, Shonen Kunika, Kazuya Shiraishi, Shun Chiyonobu, Masato Fujita, Takeru Yoshimoto, Yuki Sekiyama

Aerial video of the Inamura (稲村) outcrop and surrounding landscape. The lower Miocene Orido tuff member is exposed at the outcrop, which expands generally southward. Some of the alternating beds are thought to have slid along the seafloor at the time, dipping from north to south, independent of the present strike and dip direction. In this video, Toyama (富山) Plain, Toyama Bay and Noto (能登) Peninsula are seen from a distance in the northwest, with Hayatsuki (早月) River in the northeast.

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Construction of submarine landslide model: generation mechanics and motion pattern of Shizunai submarine landslide, off Hidaka, northern Japan

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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hashimotoan2@gmail.com

Manuscript title (in Japanese)

富山県上市町の下部中新統稲村水中地すべり堆積物

Authors (in Japanese)

荒戸裕之,山本由弦,山田泰広,保柳康一,金子一夫,國香正稔,白石和也,千代延俊,藤田将人,吉本剛瑠,関山優希

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