[ Top ] [ Japanese ] [ Other prefectures ]

List of geological units in Gifu prefecture

A list of stratigraphic units, igneous bodies, and geological structures reported from Gifu prefecture, Tokai region, Honshu island, Japan.

Photographs of geological units in Gifu prefecture

Ordovician (485.4-44.34 Ma)
Hida Marginal Belt
Iwatsubodani Formation
Ordovician-Devonian
Hida Marginal Belt
Hitoegane Formation
Silurian-Devonian
Hida Marginal Belt
Yoshiki Formation
Devonian (419.2-358.9 Ma)
Hida Marginal Belt
Fukuji Formation
Takaharagawa formation
Carboniferous (358.9-298.9 Ma)
Hida Marginal Belt
Ichinotani Formation
Arakigawa formation
Permian (298.9-252.17 Ma)
Akasaka Limestone
Upper Member
Middle Member
Lower Member
Hida Marginal Belt
Mizuyagadani Formation
Sorayama Formation
Osobudani Conglomerate Member
Hirayu group
Permian-Triassic
Hida Belt
Central part
Triassic (252.17-201.3 Ma)
Myogatani formation
Jurassic (201.3-145.0 Ma)
Mino Belt
Kasugano Formation
Sakamoto-toge Unit
Imajo Formation
Samondake Unit
Funabuseyama Formation
Funabuseyama Formation (s.s.)
Amanokawara Formation
Hashikadani Formation
Upper Member
Middle Member
Lower Member
Basal Member
Hidagawa Group
Kamiaso Unit
Kamiaso Conglomerate Member
Nabi Unit
Kanayama Unit
Neo Mélange
Kugo Limestone
Kuze Unit
Misogawa Formation
Yabuhara Formation
Funatsu granite
Tetori Group
Kuzuryu subgroup
Ushimaru formation
Akaboke formation
Jurassic-Cretaceous
Tetori Group
Itoshiro subgroup
Tanemura formation
Numamachi formation
Sugisaki formation
Futoe formation
Otaniyama formation
Ogurodani formation
Amagodani formation
Cretaceous (145.0-66.0 Ma)
Naegi granite
Agematsu granite
Nohi rhyolites
Higashimata welded tuff bed
Akaishi welded tuff bed
Yumoriyama welded tuff bed
Omodani rhyolite
Omodani Rhyolite
Oamami group
Kasagatake rhyolite
Tetori Group
Mitarai Formation
Akaiwa subgroup
Okura formation
Akaiwa formation
Jinzu Group
Shiroiwagawa Formation
Inotani Formation
Minamimatadani Conglomerate Member
Ioridanitoge Formation
Miocene (23.03-5.33 Ma)
Mizunami Group
Oidawara Formation
Nataki formation
Shukunohora Formation
Akeyo Formation
Hazama Member
Yamanouchi Member
Togari Member
Tsukiyoshi Member
Hida facies
Hongo Formation
Toki Lignite-bearing Formation
Kujiri facies
Iwamura Group
Toyama Formation
Ryodenji Member
Maki Member
Midorigaoka Member
Kubohara formation
Agi Formation
Noda Member
Fujiage Member
Kani Group
Hiramaki Formation
Nakamura Formation
Hachiya Formation
Nukabora Pyroclastic Rock Member
Tochibora Welded Tuff Member
Yl tuff bed
Ylu tuff bed
Ym3 tuff bed
Ym2 tuff bed
Ym1 tuff bed
Yu tuff bed
Pliocene (5.33-2.58 Ma)
Atagi formation
Higashihara formation
Tokai Group (Age Group)
Toki Sand and Gravel Formation
Tokiguchi Porcelain Clay Formation
Sakuradani tuff bed
Seto Porcelain Clay Formation
Quaternary
Nakane formation
Pleistocene (2.58- 0.01Ma)
Dainichi volcanic rocks
Eboshi volcanic rocks
Takaharagawa volcanic rocks
Kamado formation
Kisogawa lahar deposit
Ueno basalt
Holocene (0.01-0 Ma)
Yakedake volcano
Yakedake volcanic rocks
Investigation in progress
Hida belt
Hida metamorphic rocks
Hida Marginal Belt
Gamata Metamorphic Rocks
Moribu Formation
Ryoke belt
Ontake lahar deposit
Kamijuku formation
Akatsuchidaira formation
Wamura lahar deposit
Katabira formation
Kamihirose formation
Sakashita formation
Kisodani formation
Geological structures
Neodani fault
Midori fault
Tozai fault (Midoridaishogun fault)
Nanboku fault
Byobuyama fault
Atotsugawa fault
Yokoyama thrust fault
Atera fault
Shiratani fault
Shirotori fault
Ibigawa fault
Yoro fault
Miyashiro fault
Hanatate fault
Kasahara fault
Ako fault
Gongenyama fault
Enasan fault
Shimonoho syncline