File No49:vol.123, no.5

論説:ジルコンU–Pb 年代からみた下部ジュラ系来馬層群の堆積年代
竹内 誠・常盤哲也・熊崎直樹・横田秀晴・山本鋼志
(vol.123, no.5,p.335-350)
Appendix 1.
U–Pb isotope data for zircons analyzed in this study. All errors are 2s. %conc = 100・(238U–206Pb age)/(235U–207Pb age) is a measure of concordance between 238U–206Pb and 235U–207Pb ages. Shading indicates discordant data that are not included in the probability density plots or histograms.


File No48:vol.123, no.1

報告:Petrography and whole-rock major and trace element analyses of igneous rocks from Iheya North Knoll, middle Okinawa Trough, SIP Expedition CK14-04 (Exp. 907)
Toru Yamasaki
(vol.123, no.1,p.23-29)
Appendix Table 1 Analytical results of reference materials.
Appendix A: Methods


File No47:vol.122, no.12

論説:山形県庄内砂丘に挟まれる2 層の古津波堆積物
山野井 徹・門叶冬樹・加藤和浩・山田 努・鎌田隆史・今野 進

Two tsunami deposits in the Shonai Sand Dunes, northeast Japan
(vol.122, no.12,p.637-652)
Appendix 1. Radiocarbon ages obtained for dateable materials from the event deposits.

File No46:vol.122, no.12

論説:紀伊半島に分布する四万十帯凝灰質砂岩の砕屑性ジルコンのU–Pb 年代とその意義
常盤哲也・竹内 誠・志村侑亮・太田明里・山本鋼志

U–Pb ages of detrital zircon from the tuffaceous sandstone of the Shimanto Belt in the Kii
(vol.122, no.12,p.625-635)
Appendix 1〜5. LA-ICP-MS U–Pb isotopic data. Analyses shown in italics are discordant data(probability ≦ 0.1), and are not included in the probability density pot and histogram.
All errors are quoted at 2σ. 206Pbc:common 206Pb.


File No45:vol.122, no.10


Petrological investigation of long-term evolution of magma chambers and preparing processes of caldera-forming eruption, Numazawa volcano, NE Japan
Yoshiko Masubuchi, Yasuo Ishizaki, Tomohito Shirai, Akiko Matsumoto, Mizuho, Amma-Miyasaka and Mitsuhiro Nakagawa
(vol.122, no.10,p.533-550)
Appendix. 1-4

File No44:vol.122, no.8


Geologic traverse from the Mineoka Belt to the Hayama Belt, Central Japan
Naoki Takahashi, Kenichiro Shibata, Daiji Hirata and Shuichi Niida
(vol.122, no.8,p.375-395)
Appendix. Caption(PDF)
Appendix. 1〜11(PDF)
Appendix. 12〜21(PDF)


File No43:vol.122, no.4

田辺 晋・堀 和明・百原 新・中島 礼

Verification of the “Yayoi regression” in the Tonegawa Lowland, central Japan
Susumu Tanabe, Kazuaki Hori, Arata Momohara and Rei Nakashima
(vol.122, no.4,p.135-153)
Fig. A1. Stratigraphic columns of core sediments used in this study.
Fig. A2. Diatom assemblages. Relative abundances of marine–brackish–freshwater species (left) are expressed as percentages of the total number of frustules counted. Relative abundances of freshwater-species ecologies (right) are expressed as percentages of the total number of frustules counted in freshwater species. More than 100 frustules were counted from each sample. Black circles indicate that the counted frustules make up <1% of the total counted frustules.
Fig. A3. Photographs of plant macrofossils. (a) Ruppia rostellata fruit, (b) Najas marina seed, (c) Potamogeton distinctus fruit, (d) Trapa fruit (spine). Scale bar, 1 mm.
Table A1. Locations and penetration depths of sediment cores used in this study.
Table A2. Sea-level index points from Toyama Bay (Fujii,1992). Measured 14C ages were converted into conventional 14C ages using δ13C values of –27.5‰ and 0‰ for plant and shell, respectively.

File No42:vol.122, no.3


Magma-discharge rate and geochemical evolution during the pumice-eruption stage of Akagi Volcano, NE Japan.
Takahiro Yamamoto
(vol.122, no.3,p.109-126)
Appendix 1. List of outcrops.
Appendix 2. Major element contents of volcanic glass shards. obtaimed by EDX measurements.
Appendix 3. Whole rock chemical compositions of pumices. Major and trace-elements were measured by ICP optical and mass spectrometry.
Appendix 4-1. Thickness contours for the volcanic cone of younger Akagi Volcano.
Appendix 4-2. Thickness contours for the Itoi and Fudo Pumice Flow Deposits.
Appendix 4-3. Thickness contours for the Tanashita Pumice Flow Deposit.
Appendix 4-4. Thickness contours for the Fujiki Pumice Flow Deposit.
Appendix 4-5. Thickness contours for the Wakubara Pumice Flow Deposit.
Appendix 4-6. Thickness contours for the Ogo Pumice Flow Deposit.
Appendix 4-7. Thickness contours for the Toshimaru Pumice Flow Deposit.
Appendix 4-8. Thickness contours for the Nagumo Pumice Flow Deposit.

File No41:vol.122, no.3

生田正文・丹羽正和・檀原 徹・山下 透・丸山誠史・鎌滝孝信・小林哲夫・黒澤英樹・國分(齋藤)陽子・平田岳史

Identification of pumice derived from historic eruption in the same volcano: Case study for the
Sakurajima-Bunmei tephra in the Miyazaki Plain.
Masafumi Ikuta, Masakazu Niwa, Tohru Danhara, Tohru Yamashita, Seiji Maruyama, Takanobu Kamataki, Tetsuo Kobayashi, Hideki Kurosawa, Yoko Saito-Kokubu and Takafumi Hirata
(vol.122, no.3,p.89-107)
Table S1. Chemical compositions of volcanic glass shards, determined by LA–ICP–MS.

File No40:vol.121, no.11

池田倫治・辻 智大・後藤秀昭・堤 浩之・興津昌宏・柳田 誠・大野裕記・西坂直樹

Arrayed-boring survey near the eastern end of the Kawakami fault of the Median Tectonic Line Active Fault Zone in central Shikoku, southwest Japan
Michiharu Ikeda, Tomohiro Tsuji, Hideaki Goto, Hiroyuki Tsutsumi, Masahiro Okitsu,Makoto Yanagida, Yuki Ohno and Naoki Nishizaka
(vol.121, no.11,p.403-419)
Appendix 1. TPhotographs of each core (Br. A to Br. D). Yellow and red dashed outlines indicate Unit 2 and Unit 4, respectively. Unit 4 occurs in Br. A, Br. B and Br. C, but not in Br. D. Small numerals show depth in meters.
Appendix 2. Photographs and unit sub-divisions in the depth range –9.4 to –10.4 m of Br. D. Small numerals show elevation in meters.

File No39:vol.121, no.10

論説:房総半島,新第三系安房層群上部のthin-skin 変形と褶曲
古角晃洋・佐藤活志・山路 敦

The thin-skinned deformations and folding of the upper Awa Group (Neogene) in the Boso Peninsula, Japan
Akihiro Kokado, Katsushi Sato and Atsushi Yamaji
(vol.121, no.10,p.359-372)

Appendix A. Tuff marker beds originally identified by the author.
Appendix B. Fault-slip data for the Amatsu, Kiyosumi, and Anno formations in the study area. F, ‘full’ fault-slip data which consist of orientations of the fault planes, lineations,and senses of movements; L, ‘line-only’ fault-slip data which lack senses of movements; S, ‘sense-only’ fault-slip data which lack orientations of lineations; N, normal shear sense; R, reverse shear sense; D, dextral shear sense; S,sinistral shear sense; U, unknown shear sense.
Appendix C. Route map in the study area, showing the locations where fault-slip data were obtained.

File No38:vol.120, no.7

論説:伊豆大島2013 年ラハールの堆積学的特徴:ラハール堆積物の粒度組成による分類

Sedimentary characteristics of the Izu-Oshima 2013 lahar: classification of various lahar deposits based on grain-size distribution
Takahiro Yamamoto and Yoshihisa Kawanabe
(vol.120, no.7,p.233-245)

Appendix 1. Sample list.


File No37:vol.120, no.4


Post-caldera geology of Gora Region in Hakone Volcano Group, Japan
Kazutaka Mannen
(vol.120, no.4,p.117-136)

Open file 1  Selected pollen diagrams for the #5, #6, #10, #41, and JMA wells. See Fig. 3 for well locations.
Open file 2  Number and percentage of fossil pollen grains in unit 6 of the JMA-V29 borehole.
Open file 3  Fossil diatoms in unit 6 of the JMA-V29 borehole.
Open file 4  Whole-rock major element (wt%) and trace element (ppm) compositions of volcanic clasts in JMA-V29 borehole samples, as determined by XRF.
Open file 5  Whole-rock major element (wt%) and trace element (ppm) compositions of volcanic clasts and lavas samples from boreholes near borehole JMA-V29, as determined by XRF.


File No36:vol.120, no.2

論説:Zircon U–Pb age and its geological significance of late Carboniferous and Early Cretaceous adakitic granites from eastern margin of the Abukuma Mountains, Japan
Nobutaka Tsuchiya, Tomoyo Takeda, ,Kenichiro Tani, Tatsuro Adachi, Nobuhiko Nakano, Yasuhito Osanai and Jun-Ichi Kimura
(vol.120, no.2,p.37-51)

Open file 1. Petrography of analyzed samples.
Open file 2. Photomicrographs of the‘ Wariyama Sheared Granodiorite.’ A: Medium-grained tonalite (KAKUDA7, PPL); B: medium-grained tonalite (KAKUDA7, CPL); C: medium-grained tonalite (KAKUDA9, PPL); D: medium-grained tonalite (KAKUDA9, CPL); E: coarse-grained quartz diorite (11111322, PPL); F: coarse-grained quartz diorite (11111322, CPL); G: coarse-grained tonalite (11111205, PPL); H: coarsegrained tonalite (11111205, CPL). Abbreviations, Hbl: hornblende; Bt: biotite; Pl: plagioclase; Kfs: K-feldspar; Qtz: quartz; Ttn: titanite; PPL: plain polarized light; CPL: crossed polarized light.
Open file 3. Sampling locality.

File No35:vol.119, no.12

(vol.119, no.12,p.743-758)

Appendix 1. Whole-rock chemical compositions of representative samples from the Oshima-Kojima volcano. Unit names are as in Table 1. Sample localities are shown in Fig. 3.
Appendix 2. Sr and Nd isotopic compositions of wholerock samples from the Kariba-yama, Oshima-Oshima, and Megata volcanoes.

File No34:vol.119, no.10

(vol.119, no.10,p.693-698)

◯Appendix 1. Equations of the modified Straub method for mesuring the standard deviation of the sedimentation rate within a given measurement time window for the discretized terrestrial outcrop data (Uramoto and Seike, 2012).

File No33:vol.119, no.10

vol.119, no.10,p.665–678


Table 1. Representative major (oxides: wt.%) and trace elements (in ppm) compositions of sandstones in the study area.
Table 2. Representative major (oxides: wt.%) and trace element (in ppm) compositions of greenstones in the study area.
Table 3. Representative chemical composition of detrital garnet.

File No32:vol.119, no.7

vol.119, no.7,p.488–505)

◯Appendix 1.
Locations of the studied outcrops.
◯Appendix 2. Average major element chemistry of glass shards in tephra layers from the Kioroshi Formation of the Upper Pleistocene Shimosa Group in the Hitachi Terraces. (a) Br-Sc, Bk-Sc, ArP, Nk-Yt, TAu-3, Ob, TAu-9, OiP, KtP, Tephra 20 (1), and Nm-SB. Refer to Fig. 1 for locations of the tephra samples. n: number of analyses. Standard deviations are shown below the average values. *1: Ooi and Yokoyama (2011), *2 measured by SEM with a wide beam to cover a larger analytical area.

File No31:vol.119, no.7

中谷咲子・長谷川 健・藤縄明彦・照井肇子
vol.119, no.7,p.457–473)

◯Appendix 1. Petrography of the Takinosawa and Takakurasan lava series. – = not found, E = euhedral, S = subhedral, A = anhedral, IG = intergranular, IS = intersertal.

◯Appendix 2. Sample location map showing sample numbers and localities based on Fig. 5.


File No30:vol.119, no.6

, no.6,p.397–409)
◯Appendix 1.
List of samples from the Izumi Mountains, Kinki district, and the Asan Mountains, Shikoku Island. * = Distance from the northern marginal unconformity of the Izumi sedimentary basin; ** = Basin width distance; *** = Distance from Matsuyama (132°42’00” E).

◯Appendix 2. Sample localities of Suzuki (1996) and values of mean random vitrinite reflectance (Rm) converted from maximum vitrinite reflectance (Rmax) values of Suzuki (1996). * = Rm value; ** = Estimates based on Koch and Gunther (1995), using Rm = 0.7469Rmax + 0.2241; *** = Distance from the northern end of the northern marginal facies; **** = Basin width distance; ***** = Distance from Matsuyama (132°42’00” E).

◯Appendix 3. Random vitrinite reflectance (Rr) histograms for 43 samples from the Izumi Group. Class width of each population is 0.05% reflectance; triangles indicate the mean values (Rm) for each sample.

◯Appendix 4. Mean random vitrinite reflectance (Rm) and Rock-Eval Tmax values for the Izumi Group of the Izumi Mountains and the Asan Mountains. Maximum paleotemperatures (Tpeak) were estimated using (A) Tpeak = 104 ln (Rm) + 148 (Barker , 1988), and (B) Tpeak = (ln(Rm) + 1.68)/0.0124 (Barker and Pawlewicz, 1994). Std = standard deviation; “n.d.” denotes not measured.

File No27:vol.119, no.4

論説:島根県出雲市南方地域における中新統のK–Ar 年代と古地磁気方位
沢田順弘・三代喜弘・今岡照喜・吉田聖典・稲田理沙・久井和徳・近藤 仁・兵頭政幸

 (vol.119, no.4 p.267-284)

◯Table 1.
Mineral K–Ar ages of analyzed samples from the Miocene in the southern Izumo Basin with the sample number, rock type, formation, occurrence and location (longitude and latitude) of analyzed samples.

◯Table 2. Whole rock K-Ar ages of analyzed samples from the Miocene in the southern Izumo Basin with the sample number, rock type, formation, occurrence and location (longitude and latitude) of analyzed samples.

◯Table 3.Paleomagnetic directions of the Miocene and the Yoshida Plutonic Complex in the Izumo Basin.

◯Table 4. Whole rock K–Ar ages of the Miocene in Ohda and Yasugi cities, Shimane Prefecture(Sawada and Itaya, unpublished data) with the sample number, rock type, formation, occurrence and location (longitude and latitude) of analyzed samples.

付録. K-Ar年代測定に用いられた岩石試料の記載

File No26:vol.119, no.3

鈴木慶太・酒井邦裕・太田 亨
 (vol.119, no.3 p.205-216)

Appendix 1. Scores of each index for all particles obtained during this study.

Appendix 2. Output files giving the results of principal component analysis; the PCR file enables the calculation of EF1, EF2, and EF3 scores for any given grain, and the PDF file contains Appendix 2a–e.

File No25:vol.119, no.1

伊藤 孝・岡崎智鶴子・芝原暁彦・澤村 寛・三田直樹
 (vol.119, no.1 p.39-44)

◯Open File 1.
Outline of the preparation techniques used informing a solid geomorphological model covered with mapprinted OK film.

◯Open File 2. View of the laboratory used for classes, focusing on covering a solid geomorphological model with mapprinted OK film, (1) outlining of the procedures involved in OK film covering and examples of potential applications, (2) removal of extraneous OK film with scissors, (3) application of special adhesive onto the cast surface using the index finger, and (4) drying the OK film-covered casts using hairdryers.

◯Open File 3. Timetable for a laboratory class focusing on forming a solid geomorphological model covered with mapprinted OK film, and observation of the model produced during the class in Earth Science Experiment B.

File No24:vol.118, no.11

ノート:213 nm Nd-YAG レーザーアブレーションICP 質量分析装置を用いたジルコンのU-Pb 局所年代分析:SHRIMP データとの整合性の検討
勝部亜矢・早坂康隆・坂口 綾・高橋嘉夫
 (vol.118, no.11 p.762-767)

Appendix 1.  LA-ICP-MS isotopic data for standard zircons (Plešovice, SL13, AS3, QGNG).

File No23:vol.118, no.11

 (vol.118, no.11 p.723-740)

Table A1. Representative amphibole analyses showing compositional zoning in porphyroclast cores and rims and in matrix amphiboles within upper schistose amphibolite in the Chiroro River area.
Table A2. Representative analyses of amphibole from greenschist, upper schistose amphibolite, and later dolerite dykes in the Chiroro River area.
Table A3. Representative analyses of plagioclase from greenschist, upper schistose amphibolite, and later dolerite dykes in the Chiroro River area.

File No22:vol.118, no.6

植木岳雪・伊藤 孝・中野英之・小尾 靖・牧野泰彦
 (vol.118, no.6 p.387-392.)

◯Table A. Questionnaire items.
◯Table B. Reasons given by participants for their choice of the most impressive stop during the excursion.
◯Table C. Improvements to the excursion suggested by participants.
◯Table D. How to use a peel specimen of sediments in a school lesson, as suggested by participants.
◯Table E. How to conduct a simplified flume experiment in a school lesson, as suggested by participants.
◯Table F. Other impressions of the entire excursion from participants.
◯Table G. References on the implementation of earth science education in schools using regional materials.
【Table A–G. PDF】

File No28:vol.118, no.4

池田倫治,後藤秀昭,堤 浩之,露口耕治,大野裕記,西坂直樹,小林修二
, no.4 p.220-235.)

◯Table 1. Description of strata exposed on the Miaki trench walls.
◯Table 2. Radiocarbon ages for samples from the Miaki trench site.
◯Table 3. Description of strata exposed on the Ichiba trench walls.
◯Table 4. Radiocarbon ages for samples from the Ichiba trench site.
【Table 1–4】

File No29:vol.118, no.1

論説:LA-ICP-MS U–Pb zircon and FE-EPMA U–Th–Pb monazite dating of pelitic granulites from the Mt. Ukidake area, Sefuri Mountains, northern Kyushu
Adachi, T., Osanai, Y., Nakano, N. and Owada, M.,
, no.1 p.39-52.)

◯Fig. A1. Representative time-resolved isotopic ratio profiles determined by ablation of zircons from Temora (a) and an unknown sample (060101A) (b). In the case of these analyses, isotopic ratios are consistent between 48 to 120 s for the Temora sample and 53 and 120 s for sample 060101A. These portions of data were integrated and then calibrated during age determination.
◯Table A1. Short- and long-term precision of U–Pb isotope ratios and calculated ages of the FC-1 zircon standard.
◯Table A2. U–Pb isotope ratios and calculated ages from analysis of zircons from Temora and the Itoshima granodiorites calibrated against the FC-1 zircon standard.
◯Table A3. Comparison of U–Pb isotope ratios and calculated age data from analysis of the FC-1 zircon with different laser beam diameters.
◯Table A4. Chemical compositions and U–Th–Pb ages of reference monazites.

【Fig. A1,Table 1–4】

File No21:vol.117, no.10

 (vol.117, no.10 p.547-564.)

Appendix 1. (PDF) Synthetic circular data (100 random deviates in each case) drawn from circular distributions.
Appendix 2. (PDF) Applications of circular statistics software.



File No20:vol.117, no.8

 (vol.117, no.8 p.451-467.)

Fig. A (PDF)
Hourly data of the groundwater temperature, water level and the precipitation during 2008 and 2009 at the Atago (AT, Fig. Aa), Yamoto (YM, Fig. Ab) and Minamikata (MN, Fig. Ac) observation sites. BAYTAP-G was applied to the hourly data of water level from all observation sites using the barometric pressure as an associate data. The smooth component output from BAYTAP-G is approximated by the linear equations for the data from the AT and YM observation sites, while approximated by a 3rd-order polynomial equation for the data from the MN observation site. The values of water level shown in the figures represent the residuals of the smooth component from these regression equations. Since the raw data of groundwater temperature from all observation sites contains only very small components of the tidal and barometric effects, BAYTAP-G was not applied. The raw data from the AT and YM observation sites and those before April 16, 2009 from the MN observation site were approximated by a 2nd-order polynomial equation, a linear equation and a 4th-order polynomial equation, respectively. The water temperature data after June 12, 2009 from the MN observation site contain the significant daily fluctuations of unknown causes. After they were removed by the Fourier inverse transform, they were approximated by a 2nd-order polynomial equation. The residuals from these regression equations were plotted in the figures. The data of precipitation obtained from the nearby observatories of Japan Meteorological Agency show the time-series clusters. The cumulative precipitations for every cluster are plotted in the figure. Numerals 1, 2, 3 and 4 in circles denote the times of the off-Ibaraki Prefecture earthquake (MJ7.0) on May 8, 2008, Iwate-Miyagi inland earthquake (MJ7.2) on June 14, 2008, off-Fukushima Prefecture earthquake (MJ6.9) on July 19, 2008, and the northern Iwate prefecture coast earthquake on July 24, 2008 (MJ6.8). Note that the observed water level at the MN observation site after the Iwate-Miyagi inland earthquake is 400 mm lower than those shown in Fig. Ac.





File No19:vol.117, no.6

 (vol.117, no.6 p.357-376.)

Appendix 1. (PDF) Representative modal compositions
Sampling sites and stratigraphic levels are shown in Figs. 1, 2 and 7. Abbreviations: WP, white pumice; GP, gray pumice; BS, black scoria; GS, gray scoria; Pl, plagioclase; Amp, amphibole; Opx, orthopyroxene; Qtz, quartz; Opq, opaque minerals; Xe, xenolith; Ph, phenocryst.
Appendix 2. (PDF) Representative whole-rock compositions.
Total Fe expressed as Fe2O3. For plotting on the Harker diagrams (Fig. 7), the FeO* is assumed to be FeO + 0.8998 Fe2O3. Sampling sites and stratigraphic levels are shown in Figs. 1, 2, 3 and 6. Abbreviations: WP, white pumice; GP, gray pumice; BS, black scoria; GS, gray scoria.
Appendix 3. (PDF) Representative silicate mineral compositions (core compositions). Abbreviations: WP, white pumice; GP, gray pumice; BS, black scoria; GS, gray scoria.
* An = 100 × Ca/(Ca + Na + K) in cation units.
** Mg# = 100 × Mg/(Mg + Fet) in cation units, where Fet is total Fe, as Fe2+.
Appendix 4. (PDF) Composition of coexisting Fe-Ti oxides Abbreviations: WP, white pumice; GP, gray pumice; BS, black scoria; GS, gray scoria; Mag, magnetite; Ilm, ilmenite; XUlv, mole fraction of ulvöspinel; XIlm, mole fraction of ilmenite.
* Calculated using the method of Stormer (1983).
** Calculated using the QUILF 6.42 software package (Anderson et al., 1993) applying technique of Manley and Bacon (2000). The pressure dependence of the geothermometer is slight, and a pressure of 200 MPa was assumed in all calculations.




File No18:vol.117, no.5


工藤 崇・檀原 徹・岩野英樹・山下 透・三輪美智子・平松 力・柳沢幸夫
, no.5 p.277-288.)

Fig. 1. Photomicrograph of reddish and colorless zircons from the Kbi tephra.








File No17:vol.116, no.10


総説:貝形虫の殻のMg/Ca比, Sr/Ca比による古環境推定の現状と問題点
, no.10 p.523-543.)

◯Appendix 1. (PDF)Results of statistic tests. Abbreviations: S.D. = standard deviation, N = number of analyses, df = degree of freedom. The result of the tests follows: n.s., no significance; *, p<0.05; **, p<0.01.
◯Appendix 2. (PDF)Superfamily, family, locality, Taxon Codes, and references of the examined ostracode taxa.




File No16:vol.115, no.8


岩野英樹・檀原 徹・星 博幸
, no.8 p.427-432.)



◯Fig. A1.Analytical results of the sample MR1-Fl(Ap).
◯Fig. A2.Analytical results of the sample MR70(Ap).
◯Fig. A3. Analytical results of the sample SKB2(Ap).
◯Fig. A4. Analytical results of the sample SKB2(Ap)_2.
◯Fig. A5. Analytical results of the sample SKB2(Ap)_3.
◯Fig. A6. Analytical results of the sample KSSP(Ap).
◯Fig. A7. Analytical results of the sample AS01(Ap).
◯Fig. A8. Analytical results of the sample TG02(Ap).
◯Fig. A9. Analytical results of the sample KAR-N3(Ap).
◯Fig. A10. Analytical results of the sample KAR4e(Ap).
◯Fig. A11. Analytical results of the sample KAR5(Ap).
◯Fig. A12. Analytical results of the sample KOZA2(Ap)


File No15:vol.115, no.6


, no.6 p.266-287.)


◯Appendix 1  Major oxides (in wt. %) and trace elemental abundances (in ppm) for the Yakuno rocks in the Asago body. Total Fe as FeO. Abbreviations: hb mtgb, hornblende metagabbro; amph., amphibolite; qtz monzodiorite, quartz monzodiorite; leuco., leucosome.
Appendix 1-1(PDF)   Appendix 1-2(PDF)    Appendix 1-3(PDF)
◯Appendix 2  Mineral–melt partition coefficients. Data sources: Ar Arth (1976); BD Bacon and Druitt (1988); Bi Binderman et al. (1998); Bo Bougault and Hekinian (1974); Do Dostal et al. (1983); DS Dunn and Sen (1994); EG Ewart and Griffin (1994); Fj Fujimaki (1986); Fu Fujimaki et al. (1984); Gi Gill (1981); Gr Green et al. (2000); GP Green and Pearson (1987); I interpolated or extrapolated; Ha Hauri et al. (1994); JN Jang and Naslund (2003); MH Mahood and Hildreth (1983); Ma Martin (1987); MC McCallum and Charette (1978); NS Nagasawa and Schnetzler (1971); NC Nash and Crecraft (1985); Ni Nielsen et al. (1992); PN Pearce and Norry (1979); PS Philpotts and Schnetzler (1970); Ro Rollinson (1993); Si Sisson (1994); SH Stimac and Hickmott (1994); ZB Zack and Brumm (1998)  Mineral abbreviations: pl, plagioclase; hbl, hornblende; cpx, clinopyroxene; opx, orthopyroxene; mt, magnetite; ilm, ilmenite; ol, olivine; spl, spinel; ap, apatite; zir, zircon; bt, biotite.

◯Appendix 3  Equations used for modeling. The following equations of Allègre and Minster (1978) have been used for the Rayleigh fractional crystallization model:
Cliq = C0FDi–1 and Ccum = C0(1 – FDi)/(1 – F),
where Cliq is weight concentration in the residual liquid, Ccum is weight concentration in the cumulate F is fraction of residual liquid, C0 is weight concentration in the parental liquid and Di is bulk partition coefficient of crystallizing assemblage for the element. Partition coefficients for basalte and basaltic andesite liquid (Appendix 2) were applied for the modeling of first-stage Yakuno rocks (Figs. 10 and 11), and those for the dacite and rhyolite liquids were applied for the modeling of second-stage Yakuno rocks (Figs. 15 and 17).
 The following equation of Shaw (1970) has been used for the equilibrium batch melting model:
CMelt/Ci = 1/(DRS + F(1 – DRS) )
where CMelt is weight concentration in the partial melt, F is fraction of partial melt produced, Ci is weight concentration in the original unmelted solid (i.e. source) and DRS is bulk partition coefficient of the element in the original solid. Partition coefficients for andesite liquid (Appendix 2) were applied for the modeling of partial melting of first-stage Yakuno rocks (Fig. 16).

◯Appendix 4  Compositions of source (starting material) and partial melts (in wt. %), and modes of run products (in %) for the dehydration melting experiment by Beard and Lofgren (1991).


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, no.2 p.64-79.)


◯Appendix 1.  Correlation of sample numbers with depth in core and sediment type. Pollen extraction procedures (A and B) are explained in the text.

◯Appendix 2.  Composition of pollen and spores included in each sample. Each pollen frequency (%) is based on total sum of pollen of trees and shrubs.


File No13:vol.114, no.11


  嶋村 清
, no.11 p.560-576)

◯第1図a(JPEG) 日本列島海底谷系図—北海道沖—. 地名は海底谷の名称を示す。1:海盆・凹地、2:海盆底(比深50m以下)(以下、同)

◯第1図b(JPEG) 日本列島海底谷系図—東北日本沖—. TDSC:富山深海チャネル

◯第1図c(JPEG) 日本列島海底谷系図—関東・中部・近畿沖—. 

◯第1図d(JPEG) 日本列島海底谷系図—中国・四国・九州沖—


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  引地原野・山路 敦
, no.10 p.540-545)




File No11:vol.114, no.10

, no.10 p.495-515)

付録Fig. 1.  Typical X-ray diffraction patterns of smear slides for the <2 μm size fractions of the fault clays.  An upper pattern of each figure is treated with ethylene-glycol.  cal: calcite, chl: chlorite, ill: illite, kln: kaolinite, py: pyrite, qtz: quartz, sc: smectite, sd: siderite.(PDF版)

File No10:vol.113, no.7

 山下 透・檀原 徹・岩野英樹・星 博幸・川上 裕・角井朝昭・新正裕尚・和田穣隆
, no.7 p.340-352)

付録第1図  紀伊半島に分布する中期中新世珪長質火成岩類から採取した96試料の全鉱物,重鉱物,軽鉱物組合せモード分析結果と,軽鉱物と火山ガラスの屈折率頻度分布.軽鉱物組合せモード分析結果は屈折率範囲を4つに分割し,低屈折率側からカリ長石・低屈折率斜長石(アルバイト〜オリゴクレース)・石英・高屈折率斜長石(アンデシン〜アノーサイト)として表した.(PDF版)

付録第2図  本研究で用いた96試料の試料採取地点.試料名は通番+試料記号で表し,使用した1/25000地形図名もそれぞれ示した.(PDF版)

付録第3図  室生火砕流堆積物試料を採取した百々ルートと龍口ルートのルートマップ.(PDF版)

File No9:vol.113, no.3,

内村公大・大木公彦・古澤 明  (vol.113
, no.3 p.95-112.)

オープンファイル第1表 珪藻化石産出一覧表 (PDF版)

File No8:vol.112, no.11

川浪聖志・中野伸彦・小山内康人・加々美寛雄・大和田正明 (vol.112
, no.11 p.639-653;特集号「日高衝突帯研究の最近の進歩」)

◯Appendix 1. Bulk chemical compositions of amphibolites and greenstones
Fe2O3*; total Fe as Fe2O3. FeO**; total Fe as FeO. LOI; loss on ignition. XMg=Mg/(Mg+Fe). n.d.; not determined. n.a.; not analyzed.
CHMB: central area of the Hidaka metamorphic Belt, nSHMB: Northern part of southern area of the Hidaka metamorphic Belt, sSHMB: southern part of southern area of the Hidaka metamorphic Belt, Sk: Shimokawa area, Tm: Tomuraushi area, Np: Nipesotsu area, Ot: Okutokachi area, Oc: Ochiai area. SH: Shunbetsu river, KB: Koibokushushibichari river, NNC: Nanashino-sawa river, OG: Ogawara-zawa river, BK: Benikaru-zawa river, SS: Sasshibichari river, NO: Nishuomanai-zawa river, SM: Soematsu-zawa river, HB: Hidakahorobetsu river, SG: Sogabetsu river, MM: Menashuman river, NOB: Niobetsu river, SC: Shirochinomi river, MS: Menashunbetsu river, MK: Mukorobetsu river, PN: Panke river, SN: Shinnosukeshunbetsu river, MKT: Mikitonai river, MKI: Mikiinai river, MN: Menashiesanbetsu river, ON: Onarushibe river, FC: Fuchimi river, RB: Rubeshibe river, NK: Nikanbetsu river, ST: Shiitokachi river, NU: Nupun-Tomuraushi river, NP: Nipesotsu river, OA: Ochiaino-sawa river, SI: Shiisopurachi river, UC: Uchino-sawa river, KN: Kanano-sawa river, TM: Tomamu river.

◯Appendix 2. REE compositions of amphibolites
Abbreviations are same to those in Appendix 1.

File No7:vol.112, no.7

新井宏嘉・太田 亨(vol.112
, no.7 p.439-451)

付録1 丸め誤差による0値を置換するプログラムのソースコード.
付録2 不適合度を計算するプログラムのソースコード.

File No6:vol.112, no.6

新井宏嘉・太田 亨(vol.112
, no.6 p.430-435)


File No5:vol.111, no.5, 小林ほか

 小林博文・山路 敦・増田富士雄(vol.111
, no.5 p.000-000)

珪藻化石リスト.保存状況:G, 良好;VP, 極めて不良.含有量:A, 多産;PD, 珪藻貧産出.存否:+, 存在;−, 不在.

File No4:vol.110, no.10, 辻森

 辻森 樹(vol.110
, no.10:特集 飛騨外縁帯研究の進展と展望 p591-597)

Fig.2 Colored version
Microtexture of chromitite (BOM-03a) and serpentinite (BOM-03b). (A) Photomicrograph of the occurrence of zoned Cr-spinel in chromitite [Plane polarized light = PPL]. (B) Photomicrograph of enlarged view of the inclusion-rich in zoned Cr-spinel in chromitite [PPL]. (C) X-ray image of Fe (Kα) of Cr-spinel grain of (B). (D) X-ray image of Mg (Kα) of (C). (E) X-ray image of Ti (Kα) of (C). (F) X-ray image of Na (Kα) of (C), showing distribution of pargasitic amphibole inclusions. (G) Photomicrograph of the occurrence of zoned Cr-spinel in serpentinite [PPL]. (H) Back-scattered electron image of the zoned Cr-spinel in serpentinite. Scale bars on each image represent 1 mm. Abbreviations: CrSp = Cr-spinel, Atg = antigorite, Mgs = magnesite.

File No3:vol.110, no.8, 高橋・山下

高橋孝三・山下仁司,2004,ラニーニャ時のレディオラリアフラックス:1999年太平洋赤道域西部・中部における時系列変動と海洋環境.(vol.110, no.8 p463-479)

Open File Table 1.
 Lists of the sampled dates and intervals, fluxes of total Radiolaria and their three subgroups (Nassellaria, Spumellaria, Phaeodaria), and diversity indices.
Open File Table 2.
 Radiolarian species counts (No. shells per microslide) at Shallow and Deep sediment trap depths at Sites MT1, MT2, MT3, and MT5.
Open File Table 3.
 Radiolarian species fluxes (No. shells m-2 d-1) at Shallow and Deep sediment traps deployed at Sites MT1, MT2, MT3, and MT5 during January-December 1999 in the western and central equatorial Pacific.
Open File Table 4.
 Radiolarian species count data obtained from core tops (0-0.5 cm) of the multiple cores recovered at four sediment trap sites. 

File No2:vol.109, no.4, Nomura


Ritsuo Nomura,2003, Assessing the roles of artificial vs. natural impacts on brackish lake environments: foraminiferal evidence from Lake Nakaumi, southwest Japan.(vol.109, no.4 p197-214)

Appendix 1. Quantitative data set for factor analysis and the varimax factor score matrix
Appendix 2. Calculated ages of each sample.
 The dotted lines indicate the marked depth and year, which are referred to the construction activities.
Appendix 3. Communality and factor loadings.


File No.1:vol.108, no.6, Nomura and Seto


Ritsuo Nomura and Koji Seto, 2002, Influence of man-made construction on environmental conditions in brackish Lake Nakaumi,southwest Japan:Foraminiferal evidence.(vol.108, no.6  p394-409)

Appendix 1: Foraminiferal species identified in this study.(PDF/16KB)
Appendix 2: Foraminiferal occurrence at H-1.(PDF/10KB)
Appendix 3: Foraminiferal occurrence at H-2.(PDF/12KB)