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  • 1
    Call number: M 92.0793
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 124 S. : farb. Abb.
    ISBN: 3540553444
    Classification: A.3.3.
    Language: English
    Location: Upper compact magazine
    Branch Library: GFZ Library
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    Tokyo : TERRAPUB
    Keywords: sedimentary processes ; fluvial to coastal facies ; shallow marine facies ; slope to deep-water facies ; volcanic facies ; tectonics and sedimentation
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1: SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES --- Architectural Elements and Bounding Surfaces in Channelized Clastic Deposits: Notes on Comparisons between Fluvial and Turbidite Systems / A. D. MIALL / pp. 3-15 --- A Simulation of Basin Margin Sedimentation to Infer Geometry and Lithofacies—A Carbonate Example— / K. NAKAYAMA and C. G. St. C. KENDALL / pp. 17-31 --- Gravel Fabric of Clast-Supported Resedimented Conglomerate / K. YAGISHITA / pp. 33-42 --- Magnetic Fabrics and Depositional Processes / A. TAIRA / pp. 43-77 --- Chapter 2: FLUVIAL TO COASTAL FACIES --- Sedimentation in Coarse-Grained Sand-Bedded Meanders: Distinctive Deposition of Suspended Sediment / F. ISEYA and H. IKEDA / pp. 81-112 --- Mechanism of Inverse Grading of Suspended Load Deposits / F. ISEYA / pp. 113-129 --- Coastal Eolian Dune Deposits of the Pleistocene Shimosa Group in Chiba, Japan / H. NAKAZATO, H. SATO, and F. MASUDA / pp. 131-141 --- Synsedimentary Conjugate Faults in the Pleistocene Tidal Deposits at Ushibori, Ibaraki, Japan / H. AONO and F. MASUDA / pp. 143-149 --- Description and Genesis of Tidal Bedding in the Cobequid Bay-Salmon River Estuary, Bay of Fundy, Canada / R. W. DALRYMPLE and Y. MAKINO / pp. 151-177 --- Petrofacies of Paleo-Tokyo Bay Sands, the Upper Pleistocene of Central Honshu, Japan / M.ITO and F.MASUDA / pp. 179-196 --- Faunal Condensation in Early Phases of Glacio-Eustatic Sea-Level Rise, Found in the Middle to Late Pleistocene Shimosa Group, Boso Peninsula, Central Japan / Y. KONDO / pp. 197-212 --- Chapter 3: SHALLOW MARINE FACIES --- Sedimentology and History of Sea Level Changes in the East China Sea and Adjacent Seas / B.-C. SUK / pp. 215-231 --- Sediments and Sedimentary Processes in the Yellow and East China Seas / J. D. MILLIMAN, Y. S. QIN, and Y. A. PARK / pp. 233-249 --- Bedforms and Their Migration Patterns in the Southern Bungo Strait, Japan / K. IKEHARA and Y. KIN05HITA / pp. 251-260 --- The Kuroshio-Generated Bedform System in the Osumi Strait, Southern Kyushu, Japan / K. IKEHARA / pp. 261-273 --- Ocean Current-Controlled Sedimentary Facies of the Pleistocene Ichijiku Formation, Kazusa Group, Boso Peninsula, Japan / N. NAKAYAMA and F. MASUDA / pp. 275-293 --- Multi-Layered Progradational Sequences in the Shelf and Shelf Slope of the Southwest Japan Forearc / Y. OKAMURA / pp. 295-318 --- Storm-Built Sand Ridges on the Inner Shelf of Kashima-Nada, Northeast Japan / Y. SAITO / pp. 319-330 --- Storm Deposits in the Inner Shelf and Their Recurrence Intervals, Sendai Bay, Northeast Japan / Modern Y. SAITO / pp. 331-344 --- Sea-Level Controlled Shallow-Marine Systems in the Plio-Pleistocene Kakegawa Group, Shizuoka, Central Honshu, Japan: Comparison of Transgressive and Regressive Phases / M. ISHIBASHI / pp. 345-363 --- Coarse Clastic Sedimentation in the Triassic Offshore Sequence of the South- eastern Kitakami Mountains, Japan / K. KAMADA / pp. 365-375 --- Depositional Facies of the Viséan (Carboniferous) Limestones in the South Kitakami Terrane, Northeast Japan / T. KAWAMURA / pp. 377-391 --- Chapter 4: SLOPE TO DEEP-WATER FACIES --- Depositional Scheme of Neogene Bedded Siliceous Rocks in an Active Upwelling Area-On the Wakkanai Formation, Northern Hokkaido, Japan / H. FUKUSAWA / pp. 395-419 --- Turbidites and Related Clastic Systems in the Tertiary Chichibu Basin, Central Japan / K. M. LATT / pp. 421-438 --- Two Stages of Submarine Fan Sedimentation in an Ancient Forearc Basin, Central Japan / S. TOKUHASHI / pp. 439-468 --- Synsedimentary Folding of a Sandstone Layer: Paleoslope Deduced from the Folding Process / M. FUSEYA / pp. 469-481 --- Miocene Offshore Tractive Current-Worked Conglomerates—Tsubutegaura, Chita Peninsula, Central Japan— / T. YAMAZAKI, M. YAMAOKA, and T. SHIKI / pp. 483-494 --- Coarse Clast Dominant Submarine Debrite, the Mio-Pliocene Fujikawa Group, Central Japan / W. SOH / pp. 495-510 --- Basal Structures of the Pleistocene Chikura Submarine Sliding Sheet in the Southernmost Boso Peninsula, Central Japan / T. ITO and S. SUGIYAMA / pp. 511-528 --- Topography and Sedimentary Facies of the Nankai Deep Sea Channel / K. SHIMAMURA / pp. 529-556 --- Ancient Trench-Fill and Trench-Slope Basin Deposits: An Example from the Permian Nishiki Group, Southwest Japan / A. HARA and K. KIMINAMI / pp. 557-575 --- Tectono-Sedimentary Settings of Seep Biological Communities—A Synthesis from the Japanese Subduction Zones— / K. FUJIOKA and A. TAIRA / pp. 577-602 --- Chapter 5: VOLCANIC FACIES --- Sedimentary Facies of the Mio-Pliocene Volcanotectonic Depressions along the Volcanic Front in Northeast Honshu, Japan / M. UTADA and T. ITO / pp. 605-618 --- Submarine Depositional Processes for Volcaniclastic Sediments in the Mio- Pliocene Misaki Formation, Miura Group, Central Japan / W. SOH, A. TAIRA, Y. OGAWA, H. TANIGUCHI, K. T. PICKERING, and D. A. V. STOW / pp. 619-630 --- Chapter 6: TECTONICS AND SEDIMENTATION --- Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene Kuji Basin of Northeast Japan: Tectonic Controls on Strike-Slip Basin Sedimentation / K. MINOURA and H. YAMAUCHI / pp. 633-658 --- The Itsukaichimachi Group: A Middle Miocene Strike-Slip Basin-Fill in the Southeastern Margin of the Kanto Mountains, Central Honshu, Japan / M. ITO / pp. 659-673 --- Structural Control on Sedimentation of Coal-Bearing Formations in Japan / K. FUJII / pp. 675-688 --- Coarse-Grained Turbidite Sedimentation Resulting from the Miocene Collision Event in Central Hokkaido, Japan / K. HOYANAGI / pp. 689-709 --- Eocene Foreland Thrust-Fold Belt of the Central Ryukyu Island Arc: Deduced from Sedimentary Structures in the Kayo Formation / H. UJIIE / pp. 711-722 --- Rifting of the Gondwanaland and Uplifting of the Himalayas Recorded in Mesozoic and Tertiary Fluvial Sediments in the Nepal Himalayas / H. SAKAI / pp. 723-732
    Pages: Online-Ressource (IX, 732 Seiten)
    ISBN: 4887041012
    Language: English
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    Publication Date: 1989-07-07
    Print ISSN: 0036-8075
    Electronic ISSN: 1095-9203
    Topics: Biology , Chemistry and Pharmacology , Computer Science , Medicine , Natural Sciences in General , Physics
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    In:  Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci., Amsterdam, Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 109-134, pp. B12308
    Publication Date: 2001
    Keywords: Tectonics ; Japan ; Subduction zone ; Plate tectonics ; Geol. aspects ; Review article ; ANREV
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    In:  Tectonophys., Philadelphia, 4, vol. 294, no. 1-2, pp. 21-42, pp. B05318, (ISSN: 1340-4202)
    Publication Date: 1999
    Keywords: paleo ; Seismicity ; Geol. aspects ; Subduction zone ; Japan ; Tectonics
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    In:  Supplement to: Ikehara, Minoru; Kawamura, Kimitaka; Ohkouchi, Naohiko; Murayama, Masafumi; Nakamura, Toshio; Taira, Asahiko (2000): Variations of terrestrial input and marine productivity in the Southern Ocean (48°S) during the last two deglaciations. Paleoceanography, 15(2), 170-180, https://doi.org/10.1029/1999PA000425
    Publication Date: 2020-01-17
    Description: Various biomarkers (n-alkanes, n-alcohols, and sterols) have been studied in a piston core TSP-2PC taken from the Southern Ocean to reconstruct the paleoenvironmental changes in the subantarctic region for the last two deglaciations. Mass accumulation rates of terrestrial (higher molecular weight n-alkanes and n-alcohols) and marine (dinosterol and brassicasterol) biomarkers increased significantly at the last two glacials and stayed low during interglacial peaks (early Holocene and the Eemian). These records indicate that the enhanced atmospheric transport of continental materials and the increased marine biological productivity were synchronously linked in the Southern Ocean at the last two glacials. This suggests that increased glacial dust inputs have relieved iron limitation in the subantarctic Southern Ocean. These two processes, however, were not linked at the cooling phase from the Eemian to marine isotope stage (MIS) 5d. During this period, paleoproductivity may have been influenced by the latitudinal migration of the high-production zone associated with the Antarctic Polar Front.
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    Format: text/tab-separated-values, 85 data points
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    In:  Supplement to: Ohkouchi, Naohiko; Kawamura, Kenji; Taira, Asahiko (1997): Fluctuations of terrestrial and marine biomarkers in the western tropical Pacific during the last 23,300 years. Paleoceanography, 12(4), 623-630, https://doi.org/10.1029/97PA00820
    Publication Date: 2020-01-17
    Description: A sediment core collected from Caroline Basin, western tropical Pacific was analyzed for lipid class compounds (aliphatic hydrocarbons, long-chain alkenones, fatty alcohols, sterols, and fatty acids) to reconstruct changes in paleoenvironments during the last 23.3 kyr. Around the boundary between the glacial and deglacial periods (19 ka), mass accumulation rates of terrestrial biomarkers, C25-C35 n-alkanes, C24-C28 fatty alcohols, and C23-C34 fatty acids, were found to decrease significantly and stayed in low levels during the deglaciation, suggesting a reduction of atmospheric transport of continental materials during that time. In the same period, mass accumulation rates of C17-C20 n-alkanes, pristane, cholesterol, and dinosterol which are thought to be mainly derived from marine organisms also decreased, suggesting a significant drop of marine biological productivity. The decreased biological productivity in the western tropical Pacific may be caused by a reduced supply of nutrients from upwelling which is associated with decreased wind velocity and/or caused by a shift of upwelling zone.
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    Format: text/tab-separated-values, 17 data points
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    In:  Supplement to: Hyun, Sangmin; Han, Sang-Joon; Taira, Asahiko (2002): Barium in hemipelagic sediment of the northwest Pacific: Coupling with biogenic carbonate. Paleoceanography, 17(4), 1066, https://doi.org/10.1029/2001PA000651
    Publication Date: 2020-01-17
    Description: Geochemical analyses were performed on three cores of hemipelagic sediment from the northwest Pacific Ocean (eastern edge of Shikoku Basin) dating from the last interglacial and glacial periods. The objective of this work is to delineate the relations between excess sedimentary barium [Ba(ex)] content and biogenic opal, carbonate, and organic carbon contents. Calculated Ba(ex) values show variable degrees of correlation with biogenic sediment fractions. The mass accumulation rate (MAR) of Ba(ex) covaries with the MARs of biogenic fractions, and in particular, with the MAR of biogenic carbonate (r**2 = 0.68) and TOC (R**2 = 0.50). Variable relations between barium and biogenic fractions in hemipelagic sediment provide detailed insight into the behavior of sedimentary barium. It appears that a significant proportion of the barium is affiliated with the carbonate fractions. Based on this strong correlation, carbonate dissolution rates of the last glacial to interglacial periods are estimated. Assuming that the MARs of carbonate and Ba(ex) covary, variation of the Ba/Ca ratio in sediments reflects the extent of postdepositional carbonate dissolution. The record of sedimentary Ba/Ca ratios exhibits striking difference between sediment of the glacial and interglacial periods, with a higher positive correlation during glacial intervals and a lower correlation during interglacial intervals; this pattern is the result of enhanced carbonate dissolution during interglacial times. Sedimentary Ba/Ca ratios may, therefore, be a useful tool for estimating the relative extent of carbonate dissolution. Ba(ex) curves and patterns in sedimentary Ba/Ca ratios resemble the established Pacific carbonate dissolution record (i.e., enhanced dissolution during interglacial times and reduced dissolution during glacial times) as suggested by previous studies. Variations in sedimentary Ba/Ca ratios strongly support an interpretation of pronounced glacial-interglacial fluctuation in carbonate dissolution in the northwest Pacific Ocean. An especially pronounced dissolution event is evident at 75 kyr during the transition interval form interglacial to glacial conditions. This suggests that Ba(ex) may be used as a proxy for evaluating carbonate dissolution in hemipelagic settings, but further study of the association between barium content and carbonate dissolution will be required to confirm this.
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    Format: text/tab-separated-values, 71 data points
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  • 9
    ISSN: 1432-0878
    Keywords: Freeze-fracture ; Newt and toad ; Exocrine pancreatic cell ; Whorls of rER ; Fenestra
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Biology , Medicine
    Notes: Summary The whorls of rough endoplasmic reticulum (rER) in the exocrine pancreatic cells of starved newts and clawed toads were examined by a freeze-fracture technique. The whorl appeared to be roughly ovoidal in shape and composed of tightly packed, narrow cisternae arranged like the layers of an onion. The clusters of interdigitating projections of the cisternal membranes were located at several places on the whorl. Some of these projections extended to the vesicular rER around the whorl. The fenestra-like, raised or hollowed craters were seldom seen on the fractured membrane faces of the whorls in the exocrine pancreatic cells of the starved newts.
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  • 10
    Electronic Resource
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    Springer
    Experimental mechanics 13 (1973), S. 449-463 
    ISSN: 1741-2765
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Production Engineering, Mining and Metallurgy, Traffic Engineering, Precision Mechanics
    Notes: Abstract It is well known that X-ray diffraction is one of the most powerful means for investigating the microscopic structure of crystalline materials. X-ray diffraction is advantageous when it is applied to metallic materials; it responds very sensitively to changes in the metal's crystalline structure. Another characteristic advantage of the X-ray-diffraction approach is its nondestructive nature in the measurement of crystalline-material parameters, enabling us to observe the process of mechanical phenomena of metals, such as fatigue and creep. The X-ray-diffraction patterns obtained on a deformed material include a great deal of information covering the microscopic and macroscopic characters consistent with the nature of the existing material. Residual stress measured by means of X ray is called the macroscopic-material parameter. It is evaluated by measuring the shift of the peak of a diffraction profile. The diffusiveness of the profile corresponds to the irregularity in microscopic structure of deformed crystalline material and it is noted as the submacroscopic material parameter. The X-ray-microbeam diffraction technique supplies information on the change in microscopic structure such as subgrain size, misorientation and microlattice strain. Profile analysis is another way to evaluate the microscopic-material parameters: particle size and microscopic strain. By appropriately combining these techniques in the study of mechanical behavior of materials, the parameters that control the phenomena may be extracted to facilitate discussion of their mechanism. In this lecture, X-ray-diffraction techniques to evaluate the macroscopic, submacroscopic and microscopic-material parameters are presented and the approach is demonstrated by exhibiting a case of studies on fatigue and creep of carbon steels at room and elevated temperature, where phenomena are discussed in terms of the change in the material parameters. Initiation and propagation of fatigue crack in steel at room temperature, the change in microstructure during isothermal and thermal fatigue, and also that in creep at elevated temperature under variational load are presented.
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