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Humans and Nature
Diatom assemblages in the sediments from two outcrops (Sites A and B) in the Nigawa green tract of land, Nishinomiya, were analyzed to clarify changes in sedimentary environments. These sites (120-130 m a.s.l.) exposing the clay/silt beds are situated below the nearby outcrop (149-153 m a.s.l.) with the sediments identified as the marine clay layer Ma1 of the Osaka Group, indicating the beds possibly correlative to any one of three marine clay layers (Ma-1, Ma0 or Ma0.5). We also performed thedoi:10.24713/hitotoshizen.30.0_1 fatcat:ht2kosnfqnhn5lsjgbhbau2fym