(Special site, until 2019 March)
Field Research Center (Nagoya University), located in Mongolian University of Science and Technology@-- Link
Editor of this home page
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
October 24, 2016
Lecture Slide for gIntroduction to Graniteh. (Link)
Lecture Note for gIntroduction to Graniteh (Link)
September 22, 2016
Lecture Slide (Pumpelly, American Geologist who surveyed Mongolia). (Link)
New Mongolian Geological Map data service
1.1 Mongolian Geoscientist :
English journal on geology of Mongolia (Mongolian Geoscientist) is edited by Geological Society of Mongolia.
¨ Mongolian Geoscientist
Selected articles in Mongolian Geoscientist
O. Tomurtogoo (1997) A new tectonic scheme of the Paleozoides in
G. Badarch and D. Orolmaa (1998) Overview of the Geology and Tectonic evolution of
G. Badarch (2005) Tectonic overview of
G. Dejidmaa(1996) Gold Metallogeny of
Sh. Batjargal, J. Lkhamsuren and D. Dorjgotov(1997) Lead-Zinc ore deposits in
B. Kotlyar, T. Drown, F. Tungalag, and O. Gantsetseg(1998) Two types of mineralization in the
D. Janchiv and N. Ichinnorov (2007) Petroleum Potential of
Garamjav D. and Jargalan S (2009) Introduction to REE Metallogeny of the Mongolia. Mongolian Geoscientist, no. 35, p.73-76. (pdf 612 KB)
Field Excursion Guide
O. Gerel and J. Lkhamsuren (1998) Granitic pluton of Gorkhi with crystal-bearing miarolic pegmatite. Mongolian Geoscientist, no.10, p.94-103. (pdf 400 KB)
Yuhei Takahashi, Niiden Ichinnorov, Sereenen Jargalan, Sodnom Khishigsuren and Jargal Lkhamsuren (2004) Geology around Ulaanbaatar - Field excursion guide for East Eurasian Geological Seminar 2003 -. Mongolian Geoscientist, no. 24, p. 11-16. (pdf 197 KB)
1.2 Geological reports and Geological maps (Confirmed link
to outside on Nov. 11, 2014)
In Bulletin of Geological Survey of Japan
Geochronological review of the granitoids in central Mongolia
Bull. GSJ (2000), vol.51(no.5), p.167-174.
Granitoids series in central Mongolia
Bull. GSJ (1998), vol.49(no.1), p.25-32.
K-Ar ages of politic schist in west Mongolia (Kurimoto et al.)
Bull GSJ, vol.49(1), 19-23 (1998)
Conodonts in west Mongolia (Kurimoto et al.)
Bull GSJ, vol.48(9), 487-491 (1997)
Special Issue: Mineral Resources in Mongolia
Nine reports are contained in this issue.
Bull GSJ, vol.49(6), 237-340 (1998).
In Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences
An early Paleozoic tectonothermal event in western Mongolia (Owada et al.)
Metamorphic pressure-temperature evolution of garnet-chloritoid schists from the Lake Zone, SW Mongolia (Javkhlan et al.)
Middle Paleozoic greenstones of the Hangay region, central Mongolia: Remnants of an accreted oceanic plateau and forearc magmatisim (Erdenesaihan et al.)
Geology of the Bayankhongol area, Mongolia
Geologic map (L-47-17)
Geologic map (L-47-10)
Geologic map (L-47-16)
Geologic map (L-47-24)
Geologic map (L-47-23)
Geologic map (L47-9)
1.3 Geological Research Organization in Mongolia (Confirmed link to outside on May 1, 2016)
Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Mineral Resources Authority of Mongolia (MRAM)
Central Geological Laboratory
General remarks; Output from the overseas training in PhD professional program gEnvironmental Assessment in Ulaanbaatarh, Nagoya University, in 2014, 2015 and 2016
Reports from the students, 2016
(1) Tackling the air pollution problem in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia− Innovative and Inexpensive Short Term Solutions to Reduce Air Pollution –
(2) Study in Mongolia: Environmental Assessment in Ulaanbaatar (U.B)
(3) Air pollution Assessment in Chingeltei District
(4) Building a new green metropolis-Comprehensive solution for air pollution in UB-
General remarks; Output from the overseas training in PhD professional program gEnvironmental Assessment in Ulaanbaatarh, Nagoya University, in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
This site is prepared for the young geologists to whom English is a second or a foreign language. They can study geology and get familiar with English in this site. The curriculum is composed of introduction to earth science and geology, geologic map, rock classification, microscope observation, resource geology and environment geology. Though arrangement of these chapters is scheme of classical physical geology, new concept and skill such as geographical information system, remote sensing and deserts are also included.
(Dictionary, News Magazine, and some sites)
2.1.1 Plate Tectonics
By W. Jacquelyne Kious and Robert I. Tilling
This book was originally published in paper form in February 1996. The online edition contains all text from the original book in its entirety.
2.2.2 Geological Time
Website of University of California, Berkeley. We can study stratigraphy, ancient life and tectonics in each geologic time.
2.2.1 Geologic maps in the world
USA; US State Geological Maps in University of Wisconsin site
UK; Geology of Britain viewer
Australia; Map site of Australian Government Geoscience Australia
Japan; Seamless geological map of
Mongolia; Geologic map data in Mongolia
2.2.2 Geographic Information System (GIS)
TNT mips; Downloads site of MicroImages, Inc. Free geodata viewer TNTatlas, Sample data and Tutorials are useful for studying GIS.
Case study used with GIS; Introduction to Geology of Mongolia based upon GIS.Geological Survey of Japan, Open File Report no. 413. Data, manual and viewer soft wear are included in this site.
2.3.1 Three Rock Types
Site of Prof. Fichter in James Madison University
2.3.2 Polarising microscope and minerals
Earth Sciences Site of University of Bristol. Base of the microscope is shown.
Site of the University of North Carolina. Atlas of igneous and metamorphic rocks.
2.4.1 Mineral Deposits
James D. Bliss, Editor (1992) Developments in Mineral Deposit Modeling. Bull. USGS, no. 2004.
Mineral commodity reports covering nonfuel mineral industry data.
Kimball, B. E. (2013) Minerals explained 53; Chalcopyrite - bearer of a precious, non-precious metal. Geology Today, 29, 30-35. (Not only mineralogy of chalcopyrite but also copper mining industry is explained.)
Johnson, K.M., Hammarstrom, J.M., Zientek, M.L., and Dicken, C.L. (2014) Estimate of undiscovered copper resources of the world, 2013: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2014-3004, 3 p. (Current and future copper resources are summarized in short.)
The above two reports are summarized..
Introduction to copper deposits (pdf, 840 KB)
2.4.2 Mining and Environment
Trude V.V. King ed. (1995) Environmental Considerations of Active and Abandoned Mine Lands. Lessons from Summitville, Colorado. Bull. USGS, no. 2220.
Balistrieri, L. S. et al. (2010) Impacts of historical mining in the Coeur d'Alene River Basin. USGS Bulletin: 2191-6
2.4.3 Nature and human society
The followings are popular online publications in USGS. It is useful for considering relation of geology and human society.
By Robert I. Tilling
By Kaye M. Shedlock and Lous C. Pakiser
By A. S. Walker
Other popular publications are available in the following site.
At the site of University of California, Berkeley
Geological News Magazine
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