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  • Hiroo KAGAMI ID: 1000020108179

    新潟大学大学院 (2017 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:212

    • Rb-Sr whole rock isochron age of the Habu granodiorite in the eastern Yamaguchi Prefecture (1995)
    • Rb-Sr whole-rock and mineral isochron ages of the Otagiri granites from the Ina district, Ryoke belt, Southwest Japan Arc (1996)
    • Petrography and geochronology of the Paleogene Deokdong and Girimsa Granites in eastern part of the Kyeongsang Basin, Korea : Implications for Eocene-Oligocene magmatism in SE Korea and SW Japan (1997)
  • KAGAMI HIROO ID: 9000254150335

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • REEXAMINATION ON THE SOURCE MATERIAL OF GRANITIC MAGMAS (1972)
  • KAGAMI HIROO ID: 9000254529921

    Oomachi city, Nagano Prefecture (2011 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:20

    • Spatial variation in the Sr and Nd isotope compositions of Cenozoic alkali basalts from the Chugoku district, SW Japan. (1989)
    • Variations in Nd and Sr isotope ratios of Quaternary volcanic rocks from the southwestern Kurile arc: an implication for migration of fluid phases in the subduction zone. (1990)
    • Major and minor element compositions and Sr, Nd isotope ratios of basaltic rocks from the Pohang-Yangnam area, Korea. (1990)
  • KAGAMI HIROO ID: 9000254584713

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • A consideration on the relation between the rock types of acid igneous rocks and their initial Sr isotopic ratios. (1976)
  • KAGAMI HIROO ID: 9000254585854

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Petrography and geochemistry of two contrasting I-type granites, the Mitsumori and Ikuridani Granites, San' in Belt, Southwest Japan. (1989)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000254150418

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • A Rb-Sr GEOCHRONOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE RYOKE GRANITES IN CHUBU DISTRICT, CENTRAL JAPAN (1973)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000254151298

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Western extension of Hida terrane: With special reference to gneisses and mylonites discovered in Mizoguchi-cho, western part of Daisen, Tottori prefecture, southwest Japan. (1989)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000254151373

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Origin of the Sr-rich cenozoic alkali basalts in Yokota area, Chugoku mountains, southwest Japan. (1990)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000254584683

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Reexamination of the Source Material of Acid Igneous Rocks, Based on the Selected Sr Isotopic Data (1975)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000254585656

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Rb-Sr isotopic ages of the granitic rocks in the Tsurugidake-Kekachiyama area, northern Japan Alps. (1987)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000254585750

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Sr isotope ratios of Late Cretaceous to paleogene igneous rocks of the Misasa-Okutsu-Yubara area, eastern Sanin Province, southwest Japan. (1988)
  • KAGAMI Hiroo ID: 9000283155530

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Sr and Nd isotopic ratios of volcanic rocks from genbudo area, southwest Japan. (1990)
  • Kagami H. ID: 9000004614644

    2053-16, <span style="text-decoration:overline;">O</span>machi, <span style="text-decoration:overline;">O</span>machi, Nagano 398-0002, Japan (2011 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:41

    • Sr, Nd, C and O isotopic compositions of carbonatite and peralkaline silicate rocks from the Zhidoy complex, Russia: evidence for binary mixing, liquid immiscibility and a heterogeneous depleted mantle source region (2000)
    • Rb-Sr whole rock isochron and U-Pb zircon ages of granitoids from the Ryoke Belt in western Shikoku (2004)
    • MAT260によるSr同位体比測定及びRb・Sr定量分析 (1982)
  • Kagami H. ID: 9000365021211

    Articles in CiNii:20

    • Orgin of the Taishaku greenstones as deduced from isotopic compositions of Nd and Sr (1989)
    • K-Ar ages and the origin of acidic volcanic rocks along the Median Tectonic Line at northwest Shikoku, Japan (1993)
    • Geology of the Ryoke Belt in the Sennan district, Osaka Prefecture, Japan (1979)
  • Kagami Hiroo ID: 9000021166201

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Formative periods and source materials of Cretaceous-Paleogene granitoids from Honshu Arc (2005)
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