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Pseudotachylyte (white arrow) developed along the Asuke Shear Zone. Pseudotachylyte is formed by frictional melting of faults during seismic movement. One of the 100 sites of geological structures in Japan.

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  - 01/06/2016  Cover-photo has been renewed.
- 01/05/2016  Cover-photo has been renewed.
- 04/04/2016 Staff, Curriculum, Cover-photo have been renewed.
- 30/03/2016  Information about laboratories has been renewed.
- 27/11/2015  Information about last lecture of Prof. Tsuneaki Daishido has been posted.
- 05/11/2015  Cover-photo has been renewed.
- 25/09/2015  Cover-photo has been renewed.
- 18/06/2015  Cover-photo has been renewed.
- 28/03/2015  Cover-photo has been renewed.
- 24/03/2011  Errata for our text book have been posted (in Japanese only).
- 15/03/2010  A poster of our course has been posted (in Japanese only).

 
 

 

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