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                            Haranoyan Japanese Stage
 
                         From 18.2 To 15.97 +/- 0.05 Ma
 
  End Defined By:  Near first occurrence of planktonic foraminifer Praeorbulina 
     glomerosa and top of magnetic polarity chronozone C5Cn.1n.
 
  End Based On:  Gradstein, Ogg, Smith, _A Geologic Time Scale 2004_
 
 -- Overlaps With --
  Australian Stage:  Longfordian  (27.5 - 16.5)
  Australian Stage:  Batesfordian (16.5 - 15.5)
  Californian Stage: Saucesian    (22 - 16.5)
  Californian Stage: Relizian     (16.5 - 15.5)
  New Zealand Stage: Cliffdenian  (16.5 - 15)
  New Zealand Stage: Awamoan      (20 - 17.5)
 
 -- A Substage of --
  Eon:                  Phanerozoic   (542 - -5.5012e-005)
  Era:                  Cenozoic      (65.5 - -5.5012e-005)
  Period:               Neogene       (23.03 - -5.5012e-005)
  Epoch:                Miocene       (23.03 - 5.332)
  Sub-Epoch:            Early Miocene (23.03 - 15.97)
  ICS Stage:            Burdigalian   (20.43 - 15.97)
  Informal Sub-era:     Tertiary      (65.5 - 1.806)
  North American Stage: Hemingfordian (19 - 15.5)
 
 -- Followed By --
  Sub-Epoch:      Middle Miocene (15.97 - 11.608)
  ICS Stage:      Langhian       (15.97 - 13.65)
  Japanese Stage: Tozawan        (15.97 - 13.5)
 
 -- Contains the Following Stages --
  New Zealand Stage: Altonian (17.5 - 16.5)
 

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