+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Genesis of Andosols at Kitakami, Iwate prefecture, northeast Japan. II. Relationships between parent materials and soil formation



Genesis of Andosols at Kitakami, Iwate prefecture, northeast Japan. II. Relationships between parent materials and soil formation



Quaternary Research, Tokyo 17(1): 15-24



The formation of Andosols on the Murasakino terrace was closely related to the depositional features of the parent materials, to the mixing of the soils and to the truncation and redeposition of the soils. Tephra layers from the top to the Murasakino pumice were found in the profile of Normal Andosol.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 000666350

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Genesis of Andosols at Kitakami, Iwate Prefecture, northeast Japan. I. Relationships between topography and soil formation. Quaternary Research, Tokyo 16(4): 247-254, 1978

On the sedimentary structure observed in the Miocene Masuzawa Formation, Shizukuishi Basin, Iwate-gun, Iwate prefecture, northeast Japan. Technology Reports of the Iwate University 3(Pages 29-42, 1968

Studies on the genesis of clay materials in soil I. Relations between the clay materials present and the parent materials at Mt. Katasone, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. Tohoku Jour Agric Res 4(2): 97-116, 1954

Pedological studies on soil of Kitakami Massif, North Japan. 1. On the soils of Hiraniwa Pass, Iwate Prefecture. J Jap Forest Soc 46(12): 403-408, 1964

Pollen analysis of the Hanaizumi Formation, Iwate Prefecture, Northeast Japan. Saito Ho-On Kai Museum Research Bulletin 55: 13-20, 1987

Pollen analysis of surface samples from mt. iwate iwate prefecture northeast japan. Memoirs of the Faculty of Science Kochi University Series D Biology 12: 23-30, 1991

A new Miocene Rexithaerus (Mollusca; Bivalvia) from the Kadonosawa Formation of Iwate Prefecture, Northeast Japan. Saito Ho On Kai Museum Research Bulletin: 23-35, 1994

Miocene mollusks from the shimokurosawa formation ichinoseki city iwate prefecture northeast honshu japan. Saito Ho-On Kai Museum Research Bulletin (45): 3-10, 1977

Miocene molluscs from Shimokurosawa Formation, Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture, Northeast Honshu, Japan. Saito Ho-On Kai Museum Research Bulletin 45): 1-11, 1977

Tubular structures from the Sakamotozawa Formation (Permian), Sumita-cho, Kesen-gun, Iwate Prefecture, northeast Japan. Research. Bull Saito Ho-on Kai Mus 41: 29-34, 1972

Surface rupture of the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku earthquake observed at Oshu and Ichinoseki cities, Iwate Prefecture, northeast Japan. Journal of Geography 119.5: 826-840, 2010

On the Injection Structures observed in the Late Miocene Masuzawa Formation, Shizukuishi Basin, Iwate Prefecture, Northeast Japan. Science Reports of the Tohoku Universitys 2: Geology = Tohoku Daigaku Rika Hokoku. Dai 2: Shu Chishitsugaku. 6; Pages 423-428. 1973., 1973

Discovery of mangrove Kandelia sp pollen from the Miocene Kadonosawa Formation, Ninohe District, Iwate Prefecture, northeast Japan. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan 116.2, 2010

Fossil mollusca of the Lower Miocene Yotsuyaku Formation in the Ninohe district, Iwate prefecture, Northeast Japan: Part 2. (2). Gastropoda. Transactions and Proceedings of the Palaeontological Society of Japan New Series 0(181): 361-374, 1996