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题名: SEDIMENTARY EVOLUTION MODELS OF LOWER TRIASSIC DEEP-WATER CARBONATE ROCKS OF WEST QINLING MTS
作者: JIN, HJ ; LI, YC
刊名: SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES B-CHEMISTRY LIFE SCIENCES & EARTH SCIENCES
出版日期: 1995
卷号: 38, 期号:6, 页码:758-768
学科分类: Chemistry
英文摘要: Based on the study of Lower Triassic deep-water carbonate rock sequence of west Qinling Mts.; deep-water carbonate rock sequence is divided into lower fine-grain euxinic deposits of a carbonate gentle slope type and upper bathyal and abyssal sediments of carbonate steep slope type. The upper member is emphatically analysed and synthesized into five facies associations. They comprise four fining- and thinning-upward megacycles, each of them representing a sedimentary column which accumulated after a tensional fault subsidence event, which recorded a whole rifting process of west Qinling ocean trough during Lower Triassic.
收录类别: SCI
语种: 英语
内容类型: 期刊论文
URI标识: http://ir.lig.ac.cn/handle/132962/2319
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JIN, HJ; LI, YC.SEDIMENTARY EVOLUTION MODELS OF LOWER TRIASSIC DEEP-WATER CARBONATE ROCKS OF WEST QINLING MTS,SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES B-CHEMISTRY LIFE SCIENCES & EARTH SCIENCES,1995,38(6):758-768
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