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History of paleoweathering intensity in the middle Miocene and the Pliocene period; From paleosol facies, chemical weathering degree and clay mineral assemblages

Hatano, Nozomi*; Yoshida, Koki*; Irie, Shiori*; Mori, Saori*; Natori, Wakako*; Adachi, Yoshiko*; Sasao, Eiji

Understanding of climate change is one of important issue to consider future climate change. In this study paleoweathering condition of middle Miocene and Pliocene periods is examined based on paleosol facies, chemical weathering degree and clay mineral composition of Miocene to Pliocene sediments distributed in central to southwestern part of Japan.

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