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Published on Apr 1, 2018in Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 2.87
Zhi-Xin Guo2
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(University of Science and Technology of China),
Yuan-Peng Shi1
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(PetroChina)
+ 3 AuthorsZhi-Gang Zhao1
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Abstract A significant transition in tectonic regime from extension to compression occurred throughout East Asia during the mid-Cretaceous and has stimulated much attention. However, the timing and driving mechanisms of the transition remain disputed. The Erlian Basin, a giant late Mesozoic intracontinental petroliferous basin located in the Inner Mongolia, Northeast China, contains important sedimentary and structural records related to the mid-Cretaceous compressional event. The stratigraphica...
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Published on Aug 1, 2017in Acta Geologica Sinica-english Edition 2.51
Xiangxin Zhang1
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Zhen Su1
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Yongfeng Gao1
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We undertook zircon U–Pb dating and geochemical analyses of volcanic rocks from the Manitu Formation in the Hongol area, northeastern Inner Mongolia, to determine their age, petrogenesis and sources, which are important for understanding the Late Mesozoic tectonic evolution of the Great Xing'an Range. The volcanic rocks of the Manitu Formation from the Hongol area consist primarily of trachyandesite, based on their chemical compositions. The zircons from two of these trachyandesites are euhedral...
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