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静岡県伊東市のボーリングコアから復元した6,300~2,000BCの相対的海水準変動

藤原 治,入月 俊明,大林 厳 他

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Title 静岡県伊東市のボーリングコアから復元した6,300~2,000BCの相対的海水準変動
Author 藤原 治
Author 入月 俊明
Author 大林 厳 他
Place of Publication (Country Code) JP
Parallel Title Relative sea-level change during 6,300-2,000 BC reconstructed from drilling cores from Ito City, eastern coast of the Izu Peninsula, central Japan
Year of Publication(W3CDTF) 2014-02
Subject Heading(Keyword) 伊東市
Subject Heading(Keyword) 伊豆半島
Subject Heading(Keyword) 貝形虫化石群集
Subject Heading(Keyword) 海水準変動
Subject Heading(Keyword) 完新世
Subject Heading(Keyword) 堆積相解析
Subject Heading(Keyword) facies analysis
Subject Heading(Keyword) Holocene
Subject Heading(Keyword) Ito City
Subject Heading(Keyword) Izu Peninsula
Subject Heading(Keyword) fossil ostracode assemblage
Subject Heading(Keyword) sea-level change
NDLC ZM49
Target Audience 一般
Material Type 記事・論文
is part of (URI Form) https://iss.ndl.go.jp/books/R100000002-I000000014125-00
is part of (ISSN Form) 04182642
is part of (ISSN-L Form) 04182642
Magazine-which-carries-the-article name 第四紀研究 / 日本第四紀学会 編
Printing volume 53
Printing number 1
Printing page 35-53
Language(ISO639-2 Form) jpn : 日本語

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