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List of geological units in Fukuoka prefecture

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

Photographs of geological units in Fukuoka prefecture

Carboniferous-Permian
Sangun Metamorphic Belt (Chikugo metamorphic rocks)
Renge Belt
Suo Belt
Tagawa Metamorphic Rocks
Permian (298.9-252.17 Ma)
Aida formation
Akiyoshi Belt
Aida Formation
Permian-Triassic
Yobuno group
Masubuchi formation
Kagumeyoshi formation
Hirao formation
Akiyoshi limestone
Kawara limestone
Triassic-Jurassic
Triassic-Jurassic
Sangun Metamorphic Belt
Suo Belt
Cretaceous (145.0-66.0 Ma)
Kanmon Group
Shimonoseki Subgroup
Sujigahama Formation
Kitahikoshima Formation
Shiohama Formation
Wakino Subgroup
Upper Wakamiya Formation
Lower Wakamiya Formation
Nyoraida Formation
Sengoku Formation
Kumagaya Formation
Gamo Formation
Takatsuo Formation
Dobaru Formation
Yahata formation
Tamana granodiorite
Tsutsugatake granite
Nothern Kyushu Granites
Northern Kyushu Western Granites
Saga Granite
Mitsuse Granite
Kaho Granite
Kurate Granodiorite
Fukuoka Granite
Shikanoshima Granodiorite
Granitic dyke
Main facies
Melanocratic facies
Kawara Granodiorite
Ushikiriyama Granodiorite
Sawara Granite
Kitazaki Tonalite
Fukae Granite
Asakura Granodiorite
Itoshima Granodiorite
Northern Kyushu Eastern Granites
Katsuyama Granite
Yusubaru Granite
Masaki Granite
Hirao Granodiorite
Soeda Granodiorite
Irahara Granodiorite
Ochiai Granodiorite
Shikanoshima Basic Rocks
Shakudake body
Paleogene
Kanzaki formation
Eocene (56.0-39.0 Ma)
Akasaki group
Ginsui formation
Hoshuyama group
Omuta group
Nanaura formation
Miikekami member?
Toka formation
Miikehon member?
Komenoyama formation
Nogata Group
Oyake formation
Fukuoka group
Kawamagari formation
Yamanokami formation
Nokonoshima formation
Eocene-Oligocene
Haji group
Haji formation
Manda group
Yotsuyama formation
Kattachi formation
Dainikami member
Oligocene (39.0-23.03 Ma)
Otsuji group
Sawara group
Ashiya group
Waita formation
Sakamizu formation
Jinobaru member
Futajima member
Yamaga formation
Norimatsu member
Meinohama group
Meinohama formation
Tsuyazaki formation
Neogene
Noko formation
Miocene (23.03-5.33 Ma)
1st stage volcanic rocks
Yamakuni formation
Taio group
2nd stage volcanic rocks
Maetsue formation
Todoroki porphyrite
Miocene-Pliocene
Doshiyama lava
Fukakura basalt
Daigyoji volcanic rocks
2nd stage volcanic rocks
Kitasakamoto Formation (Yabakei formation)
Maetsue formation
Pliocene (5.33-2.58 Ma)
Notoge rhyolite
Kurume formation
Kuroki formation
Upper member
Lower member
Hohi volcanic rocks (3rd stage volcanic rocks)
Dainichigatake volcanic rocks
Hikosan volcanic rocks
Upper Hikosan volcanic rocks
Hikosan lava
Shojigatake lava
Gakumekiyama lava
Kuroiwayama lava
Yoakezan volcanic rocks
Lower Hikosan volcanic rocks
Toyasan lava
Yashii lava
Takanosu lava
Takasumi tuff breccia
Tokamidake volcanic rocks
Shakagatake volcanic rocks
Maji andesites
Harudakawa formation
Bukunoyama lava
Koyagatake lava
Kubota conglomerate member
Circum Japan Sea province of Cenozoic alkaline rocks
Alkaline basalts
Ogauchi conglomerate
Garameki rhyolite
Inugatakekubotesan lava
Pliocene-Pleistocene
Yabakei pyroclastic flow deposit
Pleistocene (2.58- 0.01Ma)
Old sand dune deposit
Nata formation
Aso-4 pyroclastic flow deposit (Aso-4)
Tosu loam bed
Yame formation (Sugu tuff bed)
Aira-Tn tuff bed (AT)
Ata tuff bed
Wakamatsu formation
Shozugahama formation
Iwaya formation
Chigo formation
Toyotsu formation
Oyama formation
Tsuetate formation
Mitagawa Formation
Nakabaru Formation
Takagise Formation
Kawazoe Formation
Pleistocene-Holocene
4th stage volcanic rocks
Holocene (0.01-0 Ma)
Ariake Clay Formation
New sand dune deposit
Uminonakamichi Member
Hakozaki formation
Sumiyoshi Member
Kikai-Akahoya tuff bed (K-Ah)
Hakatawan formation
Sora formation
Karinosu black soil
Investigation in progress
Nakabaru formation
Susaki formation
Yoshida formation
Koyori formation?
Geological structures
Ogura-Tagawa tectonic line
Yamaga fault
Asakawa fault
Arige fault
Futajima fault
Fukuchiyama fault
Kuwano-Daigyoji fault
Mino fault
Ogurahigashi fault
Nishiyama fault
Kego fault
Kokonoe-Beppu graben
Tatsugakura dike