JaLCDOI 10.18926/21322
Title Alternative Bed Rock and Wall Rock Alteration of the Uranium Deposits at the Togo Mine, Tottori Prefecture (1) Katamo and Asabatake Deposits
FullText URL pitsr_034_021_040.pdf
Author Watanabe, Koji|
Abstract 東郷鉱山,方面・麻畑ウラン鉱床の基盤岩および母岩は粘土化が著しく,その特徴として次のことが挙げられる. (a)粘土鉱物の種類,存在量は,鉱床の酸化帯・非酸化帯にはゞ規制されている.(b)粘土化の程度は原岩の種類により異なり,同一種数の岩石では酸化帯における変質が特に顕著である.(c)粘土量とウラン含有量との間には明確な相関は見出せないが,モンモリロナイトの量についてのみ観察すると,おおよそ負の相関がみられる.また,粘土化の主体をなすモンモリロナイトは,結晶度が良好で熱水変質が示唆きれる.化学分析の結果,SiO(2)の量が少ないので珪ばん比が異常に小さいが,ウラン鉱床近辺においてモンモリロナイト化に伴なう珪化帯が認められず,珪酸の逸脱が考えられる.鉱量的にみて,両鉱床の主体をなすウラン鉱物が燐顧塩鉱物であり,珪酸塩鉱物が少ないことなどから,モンモリロナイト化作用と鉱化作用との間には,直接関連がないものと考察される.
Abstract Alternative The Katamo and Asabatake Uranium Deposits, Togo Mine, about 5 Km south east of the lake Togo, central Tottori prefecture, is investigated to understand the nature of the bed rock and wall rock alterations. These alterations are remarkable and characterized as follows. (1) Both the clay mineral species and their relative amounts are closely related to the "oxidation-reduction enviroment" of the deposits. (2) The degree of alteration depends on the nature of the mother rocks and differs from an area to another. The most remarkable alteration is realized in the secondary oxidation zone. (3) Although the secondary uranium minerals are confined in the oxidation zone, there is no apparent relationship between the total amounts of clay minerals and uranium contents of the deposits. But the amounts of montmorillonite seems to decrease as uranium content goes up within some limited areas. The principal clay mineral in the deposits is montmorillonite. Kaolinite is also present in a small amount. Sericite is found only in some of the veins as an accessory mineral. Hydrothermal solutions seems to have played an important role for the formation of montmorillonite, as it is found in a well crystallized form in altered acidic pyroclastic sediments. Kaolinite, on the other hand, has a tendency to increase in its amount in arkose sediments which are sandwiched in volcanic sediments. This seems to show that kaolinite is a weathered product of the bed rocks of this region. The results presented in this paper could be a help in considering the origin of the Uranium deposits in this area.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1964-10-25
Volume volume34
Start Page 21
End Page 40
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 120002310993
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40188
Title Alternative The isotopic ratio (234)U/(238)U of the ores and waters in Togo Mine, Tottori-ken, Japan
FullText URL pitsr_037_031_036.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract The ratio (234)U/(238)U of two groups of ores and the waters collected in Kannokura Deposit was determined by α-ray spectrometry. According to the geological and mineralogical observation, the ores of each group were formed in succession. Based on the assumption that (234)U/(238)U of the uranium in the leaching solution is higher than that in the ores, the obtained ratio supports the above mechanism of formation. Actually, the waters collected in Kannokura Deposit showed the fairly high value in (234)U/(238)U. Each stratum of a typical section of the mine was observed on the ratio, but the obtained values were in too much complicated relation to interpret.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1967-12-15
Volume volume37
Start Page 31
End Page 36
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 120002400929
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40259
Title Alternative Study of Togo -Matsuzaki Hot Springs, Tottori Prefecture
FullText URL pitsr_023_001_022.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji| Harada, Mitsuru| Okabe, Shigeru| Miyakoshi, Junichiro| Sakanoue, Masanobu| Tanaka, Masaya| Mifune Masaaki|
Abstract 1. Layers containing thermal water in this district are thin, and lie at different depths (about 35, 55, and 60 meters) from the ground surface. There are evidences to show that these layers are intimately connected with one another. 2. The authors may suppose the existence of a structurally weak zone, along the line from Matsuzaki to Asozu, within which the issuing spots of thermal springs are located. 3. The head water levels of the thermal springs in this district are closely related with that of Lake Togo. Keeping pace with the variations of the water levels of Lake Togo and of artesian wells in its vicinity, the rate of flow of thermal springs vary; and the correlation between these variations is apparent. 4. The pumping suction of thermal water at one spring affects the flow of water at other springs within distances of 150 to 200 meters therefrom, though the direct sources of thermal water supply for the latter springs may be different from that of the former. 5. The spring water in this district is considered to be a mixture of hot water, containing sodium, calcium, chloride, and sulfate ions, and cold water, containing bicarbonate ion. The diversity of chemical constitutions of different spring waters is explained as due to the difference in proportion in which the hot and cold waters are mixed.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1958-10
Volume volume23
Start Page 1
End Page 22
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002462891
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40381
Title Alternative STUDY ON RADON CONTENT OF WATERS AND EARTH TEMPERATURES IN FUKUDOME KITADANI VILLAGE, TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
FullText URL 009_028_031.pdf
Author Sugihara, Takeshi| Mifune, Masaaki|
Abstract In Fukudome, Kitadani Village, Tottori Prefecture, the radon content of well waters and waters in rice-field and earth temperatures were determined. The radon content of waters in "A" district was higher than that in its neighbourhood, and earth temperatures of "A'" district were higher than those in its neighbourhood. Furthermore, "A" district coincides nearly with "A'" district. These results seem to be dne to the effects of the spring which issues in A (or N) district and supplies a water of high salinity.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 28
End Page 31
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532513
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40385
Title Alternative A STUDY ON THE INCIDENCE OF STRUMA IN THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF TOTTORI PREFECTURE JAPAN 3RD REPORT
FullText URL pitsr_009_049_053.pdf
Author Onda, Sakue|
Abstract After 2-3 years from the previous reports, the author reinvestigated the thyroid glands of the grown-up people and of the school children, living in the central district of Tottori Prefecture, where several radio-active hot springs (Misasa, Sekigane and Hamamura) issue. The palpability of the thyroid gland of the grown-up people was 48.6 per cent in average ; this was significantly higher than that of the 1st report. The size of the thyroid gland of the school children has also significantly increased than that of the 2nd report. The influence of the radio-active hot springs upon the thyroid gland was not recognized again.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 49
End Page 53
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002484890
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40324
Title Alternative RADON CONTENT OF HOT SPRINGS IN TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
FullText URL 014_001_014.pdf
Author Oshima, Yoshio| Yamada, Naoharu| Mifune, Masaaki|
Abstract 1. Radon content of 166 thermal waters in IWAI, TOTTORI YOSHIOKA, HAMAMURA, TOGO, SEKIGANE, MISASA, and KAlKE Hot Springs was measured by I. M. Fontactoscope in the years 1950-1951. Of which 66 samples showed a radon content over 30×10(-10) curie units per liter. Namely, 50 springs in Misasa, 6 in Sekigane, 9 in Hamamura, and one in Togo belonged to the radioactive spring in the definition by Ministry of Social Welfare. The highest Radon content (1150×10(10) curie units per liter) was recorded in Hisuino-Yu in Misasa, where five springs had a radon content over 360×10(-10) curie units per liter. 2. No marked difference was proved between the results obtained this time and the data in the former reports concerning the radon content of these thermal springs. 3. Radon content proved higher in the springs which issue from granite than in the springs of other districts. No definite relation was proved between the radon content and water temperature. The radon content was generally high in simple thermals or in weak sodium chloride springs, low in sulfated springs and in saline springs which had a comparatively high sulfate content.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1954-03
Volume volume14
Start Page 1
End Page 14
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 40017532457
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40245
Title Alternative Granites in the Neighbourhood of Misasa Town, Tottori Prefecture
FullText URL pitsr_025_001_012.pdf
Author Shibata, Hidekata| Sayama, Mitsuo|
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1959-05
Volume volume25
Start Page 1
End Page 12
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002462887
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40319
Title Alternative REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF MISASA HOT SPRINGS, TOTTORI PREFECTURE
FullText URL 016_001_018.pdf
Author Oshima, Yoshio| Mifune, Masaaki| Yamada, Naoharu| Ueyama, Akiko|
Abstract The water samples of 55 springs of Misasa were analysed in the years 1950~1951. The temperatures of the waters ranged from 44° to 85° C. Radon content ranged from 34.1 to 2360×10(-10) curies per liter. pH 6.2~7.5. Evaporation residue: 534~1940 mg/kg. K(+) :10.4~47.3mg/kg. Na(+) : 140.4~574mg/kg. Ca(2+) : 7.56~49.06mg/kg. Mg(2+) : 0.11~15.3mg/kg.. Fe(2+) : 0.10~0.67mg/kg. Cl(-) : 138~854mg/kg. SO(4)(2-) : 29.2~187mg/kg. HCO(3)(-) : 74.8~370mg/kg. HBO(2)(-) : 1.80~19.6mg/kg. S(2)O(3)(2-) : o.62~3.69mg/kg. Radon sources seem to exist at shallow places under the ground and the radon in the thermal wacer is supposed to have been derive partly from the ground water which also contains considerable amount of radon. A close linear correlation (r=0.751) was proved between the sulfate and the chloride ion contents.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1956-01
Volume volume16
Start Page 1
End Page 18
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532473
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40382
Title Alternative ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE NITRATE CONTENT IN THE MISASA HOT SPRINGS, TOTTORI PREFECTURE
FullText URL 009_032_036.pdf
Author Sugihara, Takeshi|
Abstract The author determined the nitrate content in Misasa Hot-Springs, sampled from August to October, 1952, In all the well-waters, the amounts of nitrate were higher than 1mg/l, and the highest nitrate content was 9.6mg/l in the well-water in front of Mr. Aoki, s house. In the hot-springs, the author found 10 springs containing more than 1 mg/l of nitrate, and the highest nitrate content was 9.0 mg/l in the Hakuro-Yu, but the lotvest content was about 0 mg/l in the Iwasaki Hot-Springs. In Ishiyu and "Yamadaku-KyodoYu" during the stay of irrigation water in rice-fields from the rain season to September, the amounts of flow incrensed, but the content of radon and chloride decreased. On the other hand, in Hisui-no-yu, the chloride content decreased and the radon content increased with the amount of flow. Moreover, the amounts of nitrate were considerably high in the Ishiyu and Yamndaku-KyodoYu Hot Springs, but fairly low in the Hisui-no-Yu. So the author expects that some relation may be found between the variation of the radon content and the amounts of nitrate. The water samples, which nitrate contents were high, showed a tendency to have a high phosfate content generally.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 32
End Page 36
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532514
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40272
Title Alternative THE CHANGE IN CONCENTRATION OF FERROUS IRON AND REDUCIBLE IRON, DISSOLVED IN SPRING WATER AT MISASA HOT SPRINGS, JAPAN, DURING PRESERVATION OF THE WATER SAMPLE IN A SEALED BOTTLE
FullText URL pitsr_020_048_054.pdf
Author Tanaka, Shigeo|
Abstract The two sprigns called "Tanaka-no-Yu" and "Hisui-no-Yu" at Misasa Hot Springs, japan (Fig. 1), suitable for sampling the unpolluted water, the locations of which, are shown in Fig. 2, were chosen for this study. The o-phenanthroline method, details of which were discussed in the previous report by the author (Repts. Balneol. Lab. Okyama Univ., 17, 1, (1956)) was used for the determination of ferrous iron, ferrous iron + reducible iron, and ferrous iron + reducible iron + colloidally dispersed iron (to be referred to as "total irons" in this report). For comparison, the change in concentratin of iron dissolved in distilled water during preservation in a sealed bottle was observed, and the results obtained for the solutions with the pH values of 5.4 and 5.8 are illustrated in Fig.3 and Fig.5, rspectively. Both ferrous and reducible iron disappear within 5 minutes, when the pH of the solution is 6.4. The hydrogen ion concentration was thus seen to give a sensitive effects on the speed of diminution of ferrous and reducible iron dissolved in the distilled water. It should be noticed that no appreciable diminution was observed during the period from 60 min. to 120 min,. It is probable that the diminution of total iron is caused by the adsorption of colloidal iron hydroxides on the wall of glass bottle. The effects of charged anion (SO(4)(--)) on the change in concentration of iron during preservation was also investigated, but no appreciable effect was found. (Fig. 5 and Fig. 6). Fig.7, Fig.8, and Fig.9 show the change in concentration of iron during preservation of the spring water at "Tanaka-no-Yu". The content of iron in the spring water is about 0.3 mg/l, and its pH value is about 7.1. For the first 30 minutes, ferrous iron diminishes rapidly, the slope of the diminution curve being sharp and almost straight. Thereafter the slope becomes gentler, and, after an hour, the slope approaches nearly zero. On the other hand, ferrous iron dissolved in distilled water disappears in a moment at the same pH 7.1. Fig.10, Fig.11, and Fig.12 show the change in concentration of iron during preservation of the spring water at "Hisui-no-Yu". The content of iron in the spring water is about 1.0 mg/l, and its pH value is about 6.4. In this case, the diminution of ferrous iron is not remarkable, and only 20% of the initial quantity diminishes within 2 days. Whereas, in the case of distilled water, the diminution is very rapid at the same pH 6,4, and the ferrous iron disappears completely within 5 minutes. In Fig.13 the speed of diminution of iron in distilled water and that in spring water are compared. The difference here seen may probably be due either to that the ferrous iron in spring water is in a certain complex form not easily oxidizable, or to that the spring water contains some reducing substances.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1958-01
Volume volume20
Start Page 48
End Page 54
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 120002462895
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40221
Title Alternative THE FLUORINE CONTENT OF WATERS AT MISASA HOT SPRINGS
FullText URL 029_028_037.pdf
Author Mifune, Masaaki| Ohtsuki, Fumio|
Abstract The fluorine content of certain thermal and ground waters in this district was determined colorimetrically by the use of Neo-Thorin. The temperature and the chloride, bicarbonate and calcium content of the same waters were also determined. It was found that fluorine content ranged from 0.6mg/l to 9.1mg/l in the thermal waters and was less than 0.6mg/l in the ground waters. The positive and linear correlation between the fluorine content and the Cl(-), HC0(3)(-), and Ca(2+) content was considered to be the outstanding characteristic of the thermal waters of this area. From these facts, it is concluded that the fluorine in the waters at Misasa Hot Springs is originally introduced from the same source as the thermal waters.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1961-06-25
Volume volume29
Start Page 28
End Page 37
ISSN 0369-7142
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JaLCDOI 10.18926/40342
Title Alternative ON THE EXISTENCE OF RADIUM B, RADIUM C AND THORIUM B IN MISASA HOT SPRINGS
FullText URL pitsr_013_005_008.pdf
Author Sato, Mitsuo|
Abstract The author tried to measure RaB, RaC and ThB in the hot spring waters using G-M counter and proved the existence of RaB and ThB in Misasa Hot Springs. To 100 liters of spring water ahout 20 gms of ferric chloride and then sodium hydroxide were added. Precipitate was dissolved in hydrochloric acid and after adding bismuth and lead, the solution was saturated with hydrogen sulfide. The precipitate of sulfides was filtered and ignited to ashes after drying. The β-activity of the ashes was measured by a mica-window type G-M counter with the recording circuits of scale of 16. Natural background was 50±5 connts per minutes. Six spring waters of Misasa, namely "Spring of Branch Laboratory", "Nakayu", "Gunze" "O-T-R", "Jwayu", and "Tsukiminoyu" were investigated. RaB was detected in all samples. ThB was found only in "Gunze" and "O-T-R". ThB content of "Gunze" was estimated, to be roughly 1×10(-12) Curie units per liter.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-12
Volume volume13
Start Page 5
End Page 8
ISSN 0369-7142
language 英語
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NAID 120002484878
JaLCDOI 10.18926/fest/11470
Title Alternative Diversity of Agricultural Production and Its Change in Tottori Prefecture
FullText URL 009_121_135.pdf
Author Ichiminami, Fumikazu|
Abstract In this paper, diversity of agricultural production and its change was examined for some 45 years in Japan and for 1960, 1980, and 2000 in Tottori prefecture. The concept of entropy was used in order to measure the diversity of the agricultural production which consists of some sections. Agricultural production section in Japan has been diversified in the long run. The ratio of rice has been decreasing gradually for a policy of cutting back on the acreage under cultivation. Although the ratio of stock raising and fruits has increased, it tends in recent years to stagnate. The rate of vegetables has increased remarkably. Combination type for every municipalities was determined with the standard value A method, and complemented examination of agricultural diversity.
Keywords Agricultural Production Diversity Entropy Sustainability Tottori Prefecture
Publication Title 岡山大学環境理工学部研究報告
Published Date 2004-02-27
Volume volume9
Issue issue1
Start Page 121
End Page 135
ISSN 1341-9099
language 日本語
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NAID 120002313477
JaLCDOI 10.18926/21229
Title Alternative A report on the physically handicapped persons caused by rheumatoid arthritis in Tottori Prefecture, Japan
FullText URL 044_055_060.pdf
Author Kitayama, Minoru|
Abstract The physically handicapped persons caused by rheumatoid arthritis were studied in Tottori prefecture in July 1973. The following results were obtained ; 1. The hand i capped per sons of 265, who were recognized as the handicapped by the government authori ties, were observed. The prevalence rate was 4.7 to 10,000 of the population and 15 to 1, 000 of the total number of the hand i capped. 2. The prevalence rate of the handicapped to the total number of patients with rheumatoid arthritis was 15.4%. 3. On a reginal distribution, the prevalence rate of the handicapped to the regional population were calculated between from 0.20‰ to 0.77‰. The result showed that it was higher at rural than at urban districts. 4. The prevalence rate to population gradually increased with aging, especially over the fiftieth years. The prevalence rate of the number of serious handicapped (class 1+2) to the total number of handicapped was regnlarly at 40% between 30 and 60 years of age, but it increased over 70 years of age. 5. The sex ratio of fernIe to male was 3.3 : 1 on the total handicapped and 2.9 : 1 on the serious handicapped persons. On the other hand, the ratio was 5.1 : 1 on the group under 59 year s of age and 2.4 : 1 on the groupe over 60 years of age at the total handicapped. And then, the ratio was 5.0 : 1 on the younger group and 2.6 : 1 on the older group at the serious handicapped persons.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1975-03-25
Volume volume44
Start Page 55
End Page 60
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 120002310975
JaLCDOI 10.18926/15576
Title Alternative A REPORT ON THE DEGREE OF SATURATION OF SPRING SOURCES IN TOTTORI HOT SPRING.
FullText URL 006_039_045.pdf
Author Mifune, Masaaki|
Abstract Tottori Hot Spring belongs to a muriated sulfated spring with twenty seven spring sources in 1949. But since 1949 about ten new springs are permitted to bore by the Prefectural Council on Hot Springs. And so the total amount of flow or the capacity of Tottori Hot Spring became a matter of concern among the citizens of Tottori. By the relationship between the chloride and sulfate or chloride and bicarbonate content of spring waters, it was concluded that all thermal springs of Tottori City derive from a same thermal source. As Tottori Hot Spring did issue out without aid of a pump in former days and nowadays does not, it seemed possible that a gradual fall of thermal water level took place and was golng On. ln most of Tottori Hot Springs a moter of one horse power was enough to pump up the thermal waters. But it occured that in one of the newly bored spring a pump With a three horse power motor was found being in use without permission of the Council. So the author took the chance of investigating the influence of the pumping of the new spring on the temperature, amount of flow, and chemical composition of waters of the surrounding springs. And he found that pumping up with three horse power motor could lower the water level and change the Chemical composition of some of the sorrounding springs and warned the Council of the danger of an abuse of permission to bore springs.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1952-03
Volume volume6
Start Page 39
End Page 45
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 120002307696
JaLCDOI 10.18926/21323
Title Alternative Mineral Composition of Boring Core at Tottori Hot Spring
FullText URL pitsr_034_041_052.pdf
Author Watanabe, Koji|
Abstract 鳥取温泉の深度300mに及ぶ試錐のボーリング・コアを検討した結果,主成分鉱物として,石英,長石類(斜長石,加里長石,)と二次的生成鉱物としてモンモリロナイト,カオリナイト,イライト,緑泥石,黄鉄鉱などを認めた.このうち,イライトは堆積岩中に普遍的に存在し,更に緑泥石も全般的にしかも第三紀層で多量に認められている.モンモリロナイトは方解石と共に温泉による生成が考へられ,また,カオリナイトは表土層にのみ認める事ができる.一方,加里長石,黄鉄鉱,緑泥石の産出状態,及びコアが示す粒度,酸化状態からして第四紀層の堆積環境が推定され,25mを境として下部は数回の陸化を含む浅い堆積層であるのに対し,上部は比較的深い.背後供給地から離れた海成層を示唆する.
Abstract Alternative The boring coreS of Tottori Hot Spring, Tottori city were investigated by means of X-ray powder method and differential thermal analysis. Near this district, the Quarternary sediments are perceived until at a depth of 54 meters, and they show some striking differences from the Tertiary sediments which lies under-neath the former. In the Quarternary sediments, small amounts of chlorite coexist with ilIte. Kaolinite is found only in the top soil, and montmorillonite is present just above the unconformity with the Tertiary sediments. The clays from the Tertiary sediments contain abundant amounts of chlorite that exibits regional propylitization. The amounts of the rock forming minerals, quartz and feldspars, in these sediments regularly decrease with increasing amounts of clay minerals. The pH of the thermal water at the pit bottom ranges from 7 to 8, and the maximum water temperature, 57.2℃, is observed. The secondary minerals, montmorillonite and calcite, are thought to be the alteration products by the thermal water.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1964-10-25
Volume volume34
Start Page 41
End Page 52
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 120002310959
Author Kurachi, Katsunao|
Published Date 2013-07-25
Publication Title 岡山大学文学部紀要
Volume volume59
Content Type Departmental Bulletin Paper
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40223
Title Alternative Chemcal Study on a Spring Well in Tottori Hot Springs
FullText URL pitsr_029_050_056.pdf
Author Sakanoue, Masanobu| Sugihara, Takeshi|
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1961-06-25
Volume volume29
Start Page 50
End Page 56
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
File Version publisher
NAID 120002462883
Author 石川 千代松|
Published Date 1930-02-01
Publication Title 農学研究
Volume volume14
Content Type Departmental Bulletin Paper
JaLCDOI 10.18926/1392
FullText URL 18_0233_0256.pdf
Author 戴 俊英|
Publication Title 岡山大学大学院文化科学研究科紀要
Published Date 2004-11
Volume volume18
Issue issue1
Start Page 233
End Page 256
language 日本語
File Version publisher
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