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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 10 October 2017
GSA Bulletin (2017) 130 (3-4): 499-521.
... that dominated the Kangtuo Formation in the southern West Hoh Xil subbasin can be correlated with the Late Cretaceous–early Eocene Fenghuoshan Group deposits of the East Hoh Xil subbasin, whereas deltaic, shallow lacustrine, and evaporite strata of the Suonahu Formation in the central-northern West Hoh Xil...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2001
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2001) 71 (6): 971-984.
... 75 geologic sites and 21 measured stratigraphic sections, with a total thickness of 13,478 m. The results show that the Hoh Xil basin underwent six stages of development from the Early Eocene to the Early Miocene, with a hiatus in sedimentation in the Late Oligocene. The Fenghuoshan Group...
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Journal Article
Journal: Lithosphere
Published: 18 April 2019
Lithosphere (2019) 11 (4): 524-550.
... ), and is composed of the basal Cretaceous-Eocene Fenghuoshan Group and Tuotuohe Group, the overlying Yaxicuo Group, and the capping Wudaoliang Group ( Liu and Wang, 2001 ; Li et al., 2018 ). Together, the Cenozoic strata exceed ∼5800 m in thickness ( Liu and Wang, 2001 ) and extend from the Tanggula Shan northward...
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Histograms showing angles of dip of Cenozoic strata in the central Tibetan ...
Published: 01 September 2008
Figure 5. Histograms showing angles of dip of Cenozoic strata in the central Tibetan Plateau. (A) Wudaoliang Group. (B) Yaxicuo Group. (C) Fenghuoshan Group.
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Paleogeographic evolution of the Hoh Xil Basin during deposition of (A) the...
Published: 10 October 2017
Figure 12. Paleogeographic evolution of the Hoh Xil Basin during deposition of (A) the Kangtuo Formation and Fenghuoshan Group and (B) Suonahu Formation and Yaxicuo Formation. See text for detailed discussions.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 September 2008
GSA Bulletin (2008) 120 (9-10): 1326-1337.
...Figure 5. Histograms showing angles of dip of Cenozoic strata in the central Tibetan Plateau. (A) Wudaoliang Group. (B) Yaxicuo Group. (C) Fenghuoshan Group. ...
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Stratigraphy of the Hoh Xil Basin, showing major stratigraphic units and se...
Published: 10 October 2017
Figure 2. Stratigraphy of the Hoh Xil Basin, showing major stratigraphic units and selected sections in the East (Fenghuoshan Group, Yaxicuo Formation, and Wudaoliang Formation) and West Hoh Xil (Kangtuo Formation and Suonahu Formation) subbasins, respectively. See Figure 1B for section
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Correlation of measured stratigraphic sections of Cenozoic sediments in the...
Published: 01 November 2001
Figure 3 Correlation of measured stratigraphic sections of Cenozoic sediments in the Hoh Xil basin: A) and B) the Lower Eocene to Lower Oligocene Fenghuoshan Group; C) the Lower Oligocene Yaxicuo Group; D) the Lower Miocene Wudaoliang Group. The correlation among sections is based mainly
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Correlation of measured stratigraphic sections of Cenozoic sediments in the...
Published: 01 November 2001
Figure 3 Correlation of measured stratigraphic sections of Cenozoic sediments in the Hoh Xil basin: A) and B) the Lower Eocene to Lower Oligocene Fenghuoshan Group; C) the Lower Oligocene Yaxicuo Group; D) the Lower Miocene Wudaoliang Group. The correlation among sections is based mainly
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Correlation of measured stratigraphic sections of Cenozoic sediments in the...
Published: 01 November 2001
Figure 3 Correlation of measured stratigraphic sections of Cenozoic sediments in the Hoh Xil basin: A) and B) the Lower Eocene to Lower Oligocene Fenghuoshan Group; C) the Lower Oligocene Yaxicuo Group; D) the Lower Miocene Wudaoliang Group. The correlation among sections is based mainly
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Data list for analyses of decompaction and mass accumulation of the Fenghuo...
Published: 01 November 2001
Table 2 Data list for analyses of decompaction and mass accumulation of the Fenghuoshan and Yaxicuo groups on the basis of polarity chrons and sub-basins in the Hoh Xil basin, northern Tibet.
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Field photographs from the central-north Tibet displaying important geologi...
Published: 18 April 2019
, showing the outcrop of the Middle Jurassic sandstone sample WC072817-3. (D) Unconformity between the Fenghuoshan Group of Hoh Xil basin and underlying Cretaceous strata. The erosional/depositional character of this contact is clearly shown by the incised paleo-channels on the left and right sides
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Field photographs from the central-north Tibet displaying important geologi...
Published: 18 April 2019
, showing the outcrop of the Middle Jurassic sandstone sample WC072817-3. (D) Unconformity between the Fenghuoshan Group of Hoh Xil basin and underlying Cretaceous strata. The erosional/depositional character of this contact is clearly shown by the incised paleo-channels on the left and right sides
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Stratigraphy, evolution stage, and depositional environment of Cenozoic sed...
Published: 01 November 2001
Figure 2 Stratigraphy, evolution stage, and depositional environment of Cenozoic sediments in the Hoh Xil basin. Uncertainty of measured thickness from typical stratigraphic sections is about 5%. Ages of the Fenghuoshan and Yaxicuo groups modified from Liu et al. (2000a) , depositional
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2015
GSA Bulletin (2015) 127 (7-8): 1001-1020.
... and Daxiong Formations. The Langshan Formation unconformably overlies the volcanic rocks of the Lower Cretaceous Zelong Group and consists of ∼80 m of Orbitolina -bearing limestones, which were deposited in a low-energy, shallow marine environment. Micropaleontological analysis indicates that the Langshan...
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Topographic map of the Tibetan Plateau (center) and study area (upper right...
Published: 12 November 2013
of the group of stations in each grid cell. In the topographic maps, thick solid (gray), thin solid (gray), dash‐dot (black), thin solid (black), and thin solid (white) lines represent suture zones, thrust, right‐lateral strike‐slip, left‐lateral strike‐slip, and normal faults, respectively. LT, Lhasa terrane
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 December 2008
Geology (2008) 36 (12): 1003-1004.
... of Fenghuoshan Group lacustrine carbonates, north-central Tibet: Implications for the paleoaltimetry of Late Eocene Tibetan Plateau: The Journal of Geology , v. 113 , p. 517 – 533, doi: 10.1086/431907. 0012-821X(2007)253[0389:HADICT]2.0.CO;2...
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Journal Article
Published: 12 November 2013
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2013) 103 (6): 3362-3371.
... of the group of stations in each grid cell. In the topographic maps, thick solid (gray), thin solid (gray), dash‐dot (black), thin solid (black), and thin solid (white) lines represent suture zones, thrust, right‐lateral strike‐slip, left‐lateral strike‐slip, and normal faults, respectively. LT, Lhasa terrane...
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Journal Article
Journal: Lithosphere
Published: 20 December 2018
Lithosphere (2018) 11 (2): 252-272.
... of the late Proterozoic–Mesozoic plutons are confined to two groups in the Qilian Shan and Nan Shan ( Fig. 2A ; Cowgill et al., 2003 ; Gehrels et al., 2003a , 2003b ): (1) 960–920 Ma small and isolated plutons, and (2) 520–400 Ma plutons from across the entire Qilian Shan and Nan Shan. Early Paleozoic arc...
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Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 April 2010
Geosphere (2010) 6 (2): 74-92.
... paleoaltimetry of southern Tibet: Implications for the role of mantle thickening and delamination in the Himalayan orogen : Geology , v. 33 , p. 181 – 184 , doi: 10.1130/G21170.1 . Cyr A. Currie B. Rowley D. , 2005 , Geochemical evaluation of Fenghuoshan Group lacustrine carbonates, north...
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