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List of geological units in Ehime prefecture

A list of stratigraphic units, igneous bodies, and geological structures reported from Ehime prefecture, Shikoku region, Shikoku island, Japan.

Photographs of geological units in Ehime prefecture

Silurian-Devonian
Susaki formation
Kurosegawa Belt
Okanaro Group
Mitaki Igneous Rocks (Mitaki Granites)
Devonian (419.2-358.9 Ma)
Kurosegawa Belt
Terano Metamorphic Rocks
Permian (298.9-252.17 Ma)
Kurosegawa Belt
Miyanaru group
Doi group
Ichinose group
Jurassic (201.3-145.0 Ma)
Yoshinogawa group
Oboke formation
Kawaguchi formation
Koboke formation
Minawa formation
Ojoin formation (Tomisato formation)
Northern Chichibu belt
Southern Chichibu Belt
Sanposan belt
Furuyabu Unit I
Furuyabu Unit II
Imaidani Group
Nakatsugawa Formation
Oriai Formation
Jurassic - Cretaceous
Torinosu Group
Cretaceous (145.0-66.0 Ma)
Shimanto belt (Shimanto group)
Shimantogawa group
Suigenchi formation
Uwajima group
Nanyo group
Izumi Group
Northern margin facies
Kussaki Formation
Main facies
Isoura Formation
Niihama Formation
Kikunotani formation
Nigyu formation
Older Ryoke granitoids
Takanawa Tonalite
Younger Ryoke granitoids
Namikata Granodiorite
Hojo Granodiorite
Takanawa Granodiorite
Matsuyama Granodiorite
Hiroshma granite
Ryoke metamorphic rocks
Takanawa metamorphic rocks
Sanbagawa Metamorphic Rocks
Besshi Eclogite Unit
Higashiakaishi mass
Tonaru mass
Sebadani mass
Sebadani basic schists
Iratsu mass
Eastern Iratsu mass
Western Iratus mass
Gongen mass
Imono mass
Gazo mass
Shirataki Unit
Nakashichiban Unit
Sanbagawa Metamorphic Rocks (after Aoki, 2019)
Besshi Unit
Asemigawa Unit
Oboke Unit
Sanbagawa Belt
Mikabu Unit
Cretaceous - Paleogene
Northern Shimanto Belt
Ozu Unit I
Ozu Unit II
Eocene (56.0-39.0 Ma)
Hiwadatoge Formation
Miocene (23.03-5.33 Ma)
Ishizuchi Igneous Rocks
Ishizuchi Group
Saragamine Formation
Kuromoritoge Formation
Takano Formation
Omogo acidic rocks
Tengudake pyroclastic flow deposit (Matsuyama pyroclastic flow deposit)
Yoaketoge andesites
Takatsukiyama granite
Kura Group
Myojin Formation
Furuiwaya Formation
Setouchi Volcanic Rocks
Takahama Group
Iwakoyama Formation
Taisanji Formation
Gogoshima Group
Kurosaki Formation
Motoura Formation
Pliocene (5.33-2.58 Ma)
Mizuwakare formation
Pliocene-Pleistocene
Second Setouchi Supergroup
Okamura Formation
Gunchu Formation
Yakura Formation
Torinoko Formation
Miaki Formation
Pleistocene (2.58- 0.01Ma)
Syuso Formation
Mitsuhama Formation
Shigenobugawa Formation
Uwakai Formation
Takanoko formation
Middle Terrace Deposit
Pleistocene-Holocene
Uwa Formation
Holocene (0.01-0 Ma)
Nyugawa Formation
Matsuyama Formation
Masaki Muds Member
Masaki Sandy Gravels Member
Mitsu Sands Member
Mitsu Muds Member
Uwajima Formation
Uwajimako Sandy Muds Member
Tatsunogawa-Kandagawa Sandy Gravels Member
Sukagawa Sandy Gravels Member
Investigation in progress
Futaiwa formation
Maana formation
Iwakoyama formation
Nakakubo group
Onogahara group
Tawarazu formation
Kurosegawa Belt
Younger Ino Metamorphic Complex
Onogahara Limestone
Geological structures
Median tectonic line
Sakuragi bending
Inuyose bending
Yuyaguchi thrust fault
Tobe thrust fault
Butsuzo tectonic line
Hoketsu thrust fault
Mikabu tectonic line
Ishizuchi fault
Hatano fault
Kurose fault
Hanayama thrust fault
Ryuofuchi thrust fault?
Kamagawa thrust fault
Uonashi thrust fault
Gunchu fault
Iyo fault
Kawakami fault
Okamura fault
Ikeda fault
Komatsu fault
Kitakata fault
Sangawa fault
Kishinoshita fault
Miyaura-Inokuchi fault
Yakushi anticline
Nakashichiban anticline
Tomisato syncline