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List of geological units in Tottori prefecture

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

Photographs of geological units in Tottori prefecture

Paleozoic
Sangun metamorphic rocks
Cretaceous (145.0-66.0 Ma)
Chizu granite
Mochigase granite
Yadagawa group
Kyushozan granite
Wakasugisen gabbro
Ogamo granite (Tottori granite)
Ningyotoge granite
Okutsu granodiorite
Kijiyama volcanic rocks
Cretaceous-Paleogene
Neu granite
Paleogene
Tottori Granite
Shimokoya granite
Namariyama granodiorite (Namariyama granophyre, Namariyama graphic granite)
Miocene (23.03-5.33 Ma)
Tottori Group
Iwami Formation
Fuganji formation
Oda andesites
Arakane formation
Yazu Formation
Kawahara pyroclastic rocks
Koge Formation
Shichiyama formation
Nageiredo formation
Oshika formation
Entsuji formation
Hosshoji formation
Tatsumitoge formation
Nagasuna rhyolite
Bihoku group
Tari formation
Hokutan Group
Muraoka Formation
Toyooka Formation
Yoka Formation
Takayanagi Formation
Miocene-Pliocene
Hogi formation
Pliocene (5.33-2.58 Ma)
Misasa group
Aba formation
Togo formation
Ningyotoge formation
Hakuto formation
Hachifuseyama andesite
Kamejiri basalt
Amedaki andesite
Kawaidani formation
Kawaidani rhyolite
Pliocene-Pleistocene
Tsuruta basalt
Hyonosen volcanic rocks
Pleistocene (2.58- 0.01Ma)
Sanbe-Kisuki pumice bed
Daisen tuff bed
Upper Daisen tuff bed (DU, Misen pyroclastic flow deposit, Misen pumice bed)
Middle Daisen tuff bed
Lower Daisen tuff bed
Lowest Daisen tuff bed
Daisen-Kurayoshi Tephra (Nawa pumice bed)
Daisen-Namatake Tephra (Daisen-Matsue pumice bed, Agenoki pumice bed)
Daisen-Sekigane Tephra
Aira tuff bed (AT, Kinako tuff bed)
Daisen volcano
Young-stage
Volcanic fan 1 deposit
Volcanic fan 2 deposit
Sankoho Lava Dome
Amidagawa Pyroclastic Flow Deposit
Volcanic fan 3 deposit
Misen Lava Dome
Masumizuhara Pyroclastic Flow Deposit
Karasugasen Lava Dome
Sasaganaru Pyroclastic Flow Deposit
Makibara Pyroclastic Flow Deposit
Volcanic fan 4 deposit
Furikosen Lava Dome
Nawa Pyroclastic Flow Deposit
Volcanic fan 5 deposit
L5 lava
P4 pyroclastic flow deposit
L4 lava
P3 pyroclastic flow deposit
L3 lava
P2 pyroclastic flow deposit
L1 lava
P1 pyroclastic flow deposit
Old-stage
Tataradoyama volcano
Tsubanukiyama Lava Dome
Koreisan Lava Dome
Nabeyama Volcanic Rocks
Senjosan Lava
Iwabuseyama Lava
Volcanic fan 6 deposit
Oginosen Volcanic Rocks
Stage-III
Ishiidani lava
Otakidani-4 lava
Otakidani-3 lava
Otakidani-2 lava
Otakidani-1 lava
Sugano lava
Oginosennanbu-1 lava
Stage-II
Oginosennanbu-3 lava
Oginosennanbu-2 lava
Kawaidani-1 lava
Stage-I
Kawaidani-2 lava
Daisen formation (Mizoguchi formation)
Yura formation
New sand dune deposit (Hojo sand dune)
New sand dune deposit-II
New sand dune deposit-IIc
New sand dune deposit-IIb
New sand dune deposit-IIa
New sand dune deposit-I
Kurosuna formation
New sand dune deposit-I
Tsunoi formation
Tottori Sand Dunes
Ancient Sand Dune
Holocene (0.01-0 Ma)
Tottori Sand Dunes
Recent Sand Dune
Investigation in progress
Daisen rhyolite
Hiruzen rhyolite
Aso-4 tuff bed
Daisen-Arata-1 pumice bed
Daisen-Arata-2 pumice bed
Hori pyroclastic flow deposit
Kamogaoka tuff bed
Shitanohoki volcanic sand deposit
Uenohoki volcanic sand deposit
Odori volcanic sand deposit
Toidani pumice bed
Tomie pyroclastic flow deposit
Old sand dune deposit (Hojo sand dune deposit)
Old sand dune deposit
Yuyama formation
Mizutuski formation
Geological structures
Yoshioka fault
Shikano fault