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List of geological units in Miyazaki prefecture

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

Photographs of geological units in Miyazaki prefecture

Silurian (443.4-419.2 Ma)
Kurosegawa belt
Kuraoka volcanic rocks
Kuraoka granite
Silurian-Devonian
Kurosegawa belt
Gionyama formation
Permian (298.9-252.17 Ma)
Kurosegawa belt
Iwato formation
Triassic (252.17-201.3 Ma)
Kurosegawa belt
Kamimura formation
Murono formation
Tonegawa formation
Jurassic (201.3-145.0 Ma)
Chichibu belt
Northern Chichibu belt
Middle Chichibu belt?
Southern Chichibu belt
Oishi formation
Hashiura group
Jurassic-Cretaceous
Chichibu belt
Sanposan belt
Cretaceous (145.0-66.0 Ma)
Takayasan formation
Togawa formation
Kasabe formation
Shibanomoto formation
Takabatake formation
Tabaru formation
Cretaceous-Paleogene
Northern Shimanto Belt
Morotsuka Group
Saiki Subgroup
Kamae Subgroup
Makimine formation
Kitakawa group
Uchinohae Formation
Oligocene (39.0-23.03 Ma)
Southern Shimanto Belt
Hyuga Group
Aradani formation
Mikado formation (Mikado belt)
Chinjinzan formation
Kadokawa group
Oligocene - Miocene
Southern Shimanto Belt
Nichinan Group
Izaki Olistolith
Neogene
Katamukiyama volcanic rocks
Miocene (23.03-5.33 Ma)
Okueyama Igneous Complex
Osuzuyama volcano-plutonic complex
Osuzuyama Acidic Igneous Rocks
Welded tuff bed I
Welded tuff bed II
Mimitsu granoidorite porphyry
Volcanic breccia I
Volcanic breccia II
Osuzuyama pyroclastic flow deposit
Kijo granites
Okueyama granite
Ichifusayama granite
Mitate formation
Iorigawa formation
Ibosan volcanic rocks
Miocene-Pliocene
Miyazaki Group
Tsuma Facies
Miyazaki Facies
Ikime Formation
Kamurano Formation
Aya Formation
Tano Formation
Aoshima Facies
Aoshima Formation
Janokawauchi Formation
Gonoharu Formation
Kaichigo Formation
Boroishi Formation
Uchiumi formation
Koyu formation
Takanabe Formation
Sadowara Formation
Niinazume Formation
Uryuno Formation
Honjo Formation
Tsuma Formation
Kawabaru Formation
Honjogawa formation
Tonokori member
Kuraoka member
Takaoka member
Pliocene (5.33-2.58 Ma)
Hisatsu volcanic rocks
Kakuto andesites
Ebino group
Nabekura formation
Iino lavas
Iono andesite
Nishino andesite
Maruyama lava
Makizono andesite
Nagaike andesite
Sagari andesite
Yatake andesite
Eboshi andesite
Pleistocene (2.58- 0.01Ma)
Aso-3 pyroclastic flow deposit (Aso-3)
Aso-4 pyroclastic flow deposit (Aso-4)
Morokata group
Nojiri formation
Kariya formation
Toriyama formation
Shika formation
Kugino formation
Sanzaibaru formation
Kobayashi rhyolite
Kakuto group
Shitaura formation
Mizozono formation
Shomyoji formation (Heida formation)
Ikemura formation
Old Kirishima volcano lava
Kurino andesites
Shiratori andesites
Osumi pumice bed (A-Os)
Tsumaya pyroclastic flow deposit (A-Tm)
Ito pyroclastic flow deposit (A-Ito)
Kirishima-Iwaokoshi tuff bed (Kr-Iw)
Kirishima-Awaokoshi tuff bed (Kr-Aw)
Aira-Tn tuff bed (AT)
Kirishima-Kobayashi pumice bed (Kr-Kb)
Sanzaibaru formation
Ata pyroclastic flow deposit (Ata)
Aira-Iwato tuff bed (A-Iw)
Kobayashi-Kasamori tephra (Kb-Ks, Kobayashi pyroclastic flow deposit, Sakura tuff bed, Kasamori-11 tuff bed)
Kakuto pyroclastic flow deposit (Kkt, Kakuto tephra)
Aira pyroclastic flow deposit
Tateno formation
Chugenbaru formation
Umetani formation
Izaki formation
Minato formation
Pleistocene-Holocene
Kirishima volcano
New lava
Holocene (0.01-0 Ma)
Kikai-Akahoya tuff bed (K-Ah)
Ushinosune loam bed (Kr-Us)
Kirishimaohachi-Enryaku scoria bed (Kr-OhE)
Kirishimaohachi-Takaharu scoria bed (Kr-Th)
Kirishimashinmoe-Kyoho tuff bed (Kr-Smk)
Kirishima-Miike pumice bed (Kr-M, Miike pumice bed)
Investigation in progress
Nittabaru formation
Saitobaru formation
Aira-Fukuyama tuff bed (A-Fk)
Kikai-Tozurahara tuff bed (K-Tz)
Hyuga loam bed
Mutsunobaru formation
Miyakonojo formation
Mochio andesite
Geological structures
Butsuzo tectonic line
Nobeoka-Sibisan tectonic line
Unama fault
Tomiyama fault
Shiraiwayama thrust fault
Nobeoka thrust fault
Tsukabaru thrust fault
Furue thrust fault