The 100s: Significant Exposures of the World

Call for Papers “The 100s: Significant Exposures of the World”

No.11: Ultrapotassic Magma from the Deep Mantle, Leucite Hills Lamproite, Wyoming USA

Akira ISHIKAWA and Kenji KAWAI

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2015, 124(3), 515.

DOI:10.5026/jgeography.124.515

No.10: Silurian Tropical Marine Shelf to Basin Transition at Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve: The “exotic” Alexander Terrane of Alaska

David M. ROHR and Robert B. BLODGETT

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2013, 122(5), 905.

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.122.905

No.9: Ocean Island Basalts in Polynesia, South Pacific: Products of Magmatism Caused by Superplume Activity

Tetsu KOGISO

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2013, 122(3), 539.

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.122.539

No.8: Meishan Sections in South China: The Witness of the Largest Biological Mass Extinction during the Phanerozoic

Shuzhong SHEN

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2012, 121(3), 570

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.121.570

No.7: The Historical Development of the Term 'Mélange' and Its Relevance to the Precambrian Geology of Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula in Wales, UK

Margaret WOOD

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2012, 121(1), 168

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.121.168

No.6: A New Window into the Deep Mantle Podiform Chromitite in the Luobusa Ophiolite, Southern Tibet

Shinji YAMAMOTO, Xiangzhen XU and Jingsui YANG

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2012, 121(1), 161

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.121.161

No.5: Ontong-Java Plateau, the World's largest Oceanic Plateau, Has Been Subducted 50%, with the Remaining 50% on the Surface, and with a < 1% Accretion on the Hanging Wall of the Solomon Islands

Shigenori MARUYAMA, Atsushi UTSUNOMIYA and Akira ISHIKAWA

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2011, 120(6), 1035

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.120.1035

No.4: Spectacular Mantle Xenoliths Derived from "Oceanic Kimberlite", Malaita, Solomon Islands: A Unique Window into the Earth's Deep Interior

Akira ISHIKAWA

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2011, 120(6), 1026

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.120.1026

No.3: When Did Life begin? It is Older than 3.8 Ga: Evidence from Greenland

Yuichiro UENO

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2011, 120(5), 877

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.120.877

No.2: The Oldest Pillow Lavas, 3.8-3.7 Ga from the Isua Supracrustal belt, SW Greenland: Plate Tectonics Had Already begun by 3.8 Ga

Shigenori MARUYAMA and Tsuyoshi KOMIYA

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2011, 120(5), 869

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.120.869

No.1: Geomorphological Aspects at the Giza Plateau in Egypt during the Age of Pyramid building

Yukinori KAWAE and Hiroyuki KAMEI

Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), 2011, 120(5), 864

DOI: 10.5026/jgeography.120.864