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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.1144/SP280.8
EISBN: 9781862395282
.../ 39 Ar age range of 128–132 Ma of initial sinistral strike-slip faulting of the Tan-Lu fault in Anhui Province and to a biotite cooling age of 100±2.3 Ma of the YilanYitong segment of the Tan-Lu fault in the Jilin Province. These faults are transtensive and controlled the formation of pull-apart...
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<b>Fault</b> systems and historical earthquakes of the Songliao basin (modified fr...
Published: 11 March 2020
, Chaganpao–Daozijing fault; DDF, Da’an‐Dedu fault; FZF, Fuyu–Zhaodong fault (divided into three segments; CGS, Chaganhua segment; GDS, Gudian segment; NFS, North Fuyu segment); KLF, Kalamu fault; NJFZ, Nenjiang fault zone; TKF, Tongkenhe fault; WFF, Wangfu–Fulongquan fault; YYF, YilanYitong fault.
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2004
AAPG Bulletin (2004) 88 (1): 71–97.
... and Yilan-Yitong segments ( Figure 1 ), the onshore Tan-Lu fault consists of Cenozoic high-angle normal, reverse, and thrust faults ( Zhang, 2000 ; Cai et al., 2001 ). Along-strike variability of structural styles is typical of strike-slip faults ( Harding, 1990 ). In contrast to the late Cenozoic...
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The study area and distribution of <b>faults</b> in the Songliao Basin. Modified a...
Published: 02 March 2020
of Nadanhada (WNsz), Suolun-Xilin (SXsz), Chifeng-Kaiyuan fault (CKf), Derbugan fault (DBGf), Wunur-Orogen fault (WOf), Xunke-Tieli fault (XTf), Yilan-Yitong fault (YYf), Dunhua-Mishan fault (DMf), Nenjiang-Baicheng fault (NBf) (east-dipping normal fault), Haerbin-Changchun fault (HCf), Sunwu-Shuangliao fault
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2003
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2003) 93 (2): 737–746.
... seismically active feature in northeastern China is the Tanlu fault system. North of about 41° N, the Tanlu fault system splits into two branches, represented by the Mishan–Fushun and the YilanYitong faults ( Fig. 7 ). We have combined our data set with data from the Chinese national seismicity catalog...
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Journal Article
Published: 28 August 2017
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2017) 54 (12): 1194–1213.
...Wenbo Chang; Xuanlong Shan; Jian Yi; Tiantian Du; Yue Qu Volcanic successions, including their spatial, temporal, tectonic, and geochemical attributes, were identified based on well data, 2D and 3D seismic data, U–Pb isotopic ages, and major and trace element data from the Changling fault...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 February 2016
AAPG Bulletin (2016) 100 (2): 289–314.
... block, the Mongolian block, and into Russia. To the south of the Bohai Bay, the Tan-Lu fault has a strike of 8°, whereas to the north it bifurcates into two branches, namely, the Yilan-Yitong and Dunhua-Mishan segments with azimuths of 37° and 53°, respectively. The specific position of the fault system...
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Location of the SK1(n) borehole in the Songliao Basin. Abbreviations: F1=Ne...
Published: 01 July 2014
Figure 1 Location of the SK1(n) borehole in the Songliao Basin. Abbreviations: F1=Nenjiang Fault; F2=Yilan-Yitong Fault; F3=Chifeng-Kaiyuan Fault; B-B′=stratigraphic cross sections through the Songliao Basin (modified from Wang et al., 2007 ); J3=Upper Jurassic; K2=Lower Cretaceous; K2=Upper
Journal Article
Journal: Interpretation
Published: 02 March 2020
Interpretation (2020) 8 (2): SG1–SG11.
... of Nadanhada (WNsz), Suolun-Xilin (SXsz), Chifeng-Kaiyuan fault (CKf), Derbugan fault (DBGf), Wunur-Orogen fault (WOf), Xunke-Tieli fault (XTf), Yilan-Yitong fault (YYf), Dunhua-Mishan fault (DMf), Nenjiang-Baicheng fault (NBf) (east-dipping normal fault), Haerbin-Changchun fault (HCf), Sunwu-Shuangliao fault...
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Journal Article
Published: 11 March 2020
Seismological Research Letters (2020) 91 (3): 1593–1605.
..., Chaganpao–Daozijing fault; DDF, Da’an‐Dedu fault; FZF, Fuyu–Zhaodong fault (divided into three segments; CGS, Chaganhua segment; GDS, Gudian segment; NFS, North Fuyu segment); KLF, Kalamu fault; NJFZ, Nenjiang fault zone; TKF, Tongkenhe fault; WFF, Wangfu–Fulongquan fault; YYF, YilanYitong fault. ...
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( a ) Location of NE China with respect to the main tectonic units of China...
Published: 04 December 2018
a and Fig. 1 b : ①Mudanjiang Fault; ②Dunhua-Mishan Fault; ③Yilan-Yitong Fault; ④Xar Moron-Changchun Fault; ⑤Hegengshan-Heihe Fault; ⑥Tayuan-Xiguitu Fault. The age data in Fig. 1 c are from Li et al. 2007 a . [Colour online.]
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(A) Topographic and tectonic map of East Asia, modified from  Meng (2003)  ...
Published: 01 June 2020
block; CAOB—Central Asian orogenic belt. (B) Geological sketch maps showing basin distribution in northeast China and adjacent areas (after Zhou et al., 2010 ; Sorokin et al., 2010 ; Sun et al., 2015 ): F1—Xinlin-Xiguitu suture; F2—Hegenshan-Heihe suture; F3—Mudanjiang fault; F4—Yilan-Yitong fault
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(a) Simplified tectonic map of eastern Asia (modified from  Jolivet  et al....
Published: 11 March 2020
of the Mesozoic strata (based on the CRUST 1.0, Laske et al. , 2013 ). Yellow and purple red focal mechanism plots represent the focal mechanism solutions of the 2017–2019 Songyuan and 2013 Qian’an earthquake swarm, respectively. DMF, Dunhua–Mishan fault; NJFZ, Nenjiang fault zone; YYF, YilanYitong fault.
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(A) Distribution of key Cenozoic volcanic rocks in northeast China and the ...
in > Geology
Published: 25 August 2020
—Wudalianchi volcano; XKV—Xunke volcano. DMF—Dunhua-Mishan fault; YYF—Yilan-Yitong fault.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 04 February 2020
GSA Bulletin (2020) 132 (9-10): 2023–2042.
... that the temperature during D 1 deformation was 500 ± 50 °C. A second phase of contractional deformation (D 2 ) at 146–132 Ma (earliest Early Cretaceous) gave rise to numerous NE-SW–striking sinistral faults and shear zones. The majority of D 2 structures display ductile fabrics in the southwest of the Wulong area...
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Journal Article
Published: 05 April 2017
Geological Magazine (2017) 154 (5): 1171–1186.
..., Mudanjiang suture is the dividing line between the Songliao and Jiamusi blocks ( Fig. 1 b). It is a high- P / T metamorphosed tectonic mélange produced from the subduction/collision between these two blocks, aligned approximately N–S. It was cut by two faults, namely the YilanYitong and Dunhua–Mishan...
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(A) Geological map of Eurasia continent. (B) Geological map of northeastern...
Published: 01 August 2016
Figure 1. (A) Geological map of Eurasia continent. (B) Geological map of northeastern China (revised from Wu et al., 2011 ). F1—Mudanjiang fault; F2—Dunhua-Mishan fault; F3—Yitong-Yilan fault; F4—Chifeng-Kaiyuan fault; F5—Hegenshan-Heihe fault; F6—Tanyuan-Xiguitu fault; F7—Xar Moron-Changchun
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( a ) Map of Northeast China (after  Safonova and Santosh, 2014 ). ( b ) Te...
Published: 13 March 2018
Fig. 1. ( a ) Map of Northeast China (after Safonova and Santosh, 2014 ). ( b ) Tectonic sketch map of Northeast China. (F1 = Xiguitu–Tayuan Fault, F2 = Hegenshan–Heihe Fault, F3 = Solonker–Xar Moron–Changchun zone, F4 = Chifeng–Bayan Fault, F5 = Dunhua–Mishan Fault, F6 = YitongYilan Fault, F7
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Map of current GPS velocities in the international terrestrial reference fr...
Published: 01 November 2016
and semicontinuous GPS stations; squares are campaign GPS sites. Numerals in squares stand for names of blocks: 1, Mongolia; 2, Alashan; 3, Ordos; 4, Tai Heng; 5, North China; 6, Japan–Korea; 7, Stanovoi. Numerals in circles stand for names of faults: 1, Yilan-Yitong (Tan-Lu); 2, Arseniev; 3, Central Sikhote-Alin; 4
Journal Article
Journal: Interpretation
Published: 13 December 2017
Interpretation (2018) 6 (1): T83–T96.
..., is a major Cenozoic depocenter along the Yilan-Yitong Fault system of the northern north–northeast to south-southwest-striking TLFZ ( Wang et al., 2006 ; Mercier et al., 2013 ). Situated in the middle segment of the Yilan-Yitong Fault system, the west and east sides of the Fangzheng Basin are bounded...
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