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The Cretaceous Hegang Basin is located on the Jiamusi Block, NE China, and separated from the Songliao Basin by the Lesser Xing’an Range (LXR). Seismic interpretation shows that the Chengzihe, Muling and Dongshan formations of the Hegang Basin thicken eastwards with westwards onlap, indicating that the LXR existed as a palaeo-uplift during that period, whereas the Houshigou Formation shows no thickness change, indicating that the LXR was possibly under water at this time. This is supported by results of detrital zircon analysis from the Hegang Basin in which the Chengzihe Formation is dominated by approximately 180 Ma zircons, which...

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