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Source to sink relations between the Tian Shan and Junggar Basin (northwest China) from Late Palaeozoic to Quaternary: evidence from detrital U-Pb zircon geochronology
The tectonic evolution of the Tian Shan, as for most ranges in continental Asia is dominated by north-south compression since the Cenozoic India-Asia collision. However, precollision governingExpand
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Provenance of the southern Junggar Basin in the Jurassic: Evidence from detrital zircon geochronology and depositional environments
Abstract The goal of this paper is to study the provenance of the southern Junggar Basin during the late Triassic to early Cretaceous, based on the detrital U-Pb geochronology, petrography andExpand
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Stratigraphic and sedimentary characteristics of the Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous strata in the Junggar Basin, Central Asia: Tectonic and climate implications
Abstract The Junggar Basin, located in northwestern China, provides important records for investigating Mesozoic tectonic and climate evolution in Central Asia. The Upper Jurassic-lowermostExpand
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Cenozoic evolution of the Altyn Tagh and East Kunlun fault zones inferred from detrital garnet, tourmaline and rutile in southwestern Qaidam Basin (Northern Tibetan Plateau)
Abstract This study focuses on the Cenozoic provenance and tectonic evolution of the southwestern Qaidam Basin through geochemical analysis of detrital garnet, tourmaline and rutile. The variation ofExpand
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Raman and infrared spectroscopic study of kerogen treated at elevated temperatures and pressures
Abstract Kerogen was treated for 24 h at temperatures of 250–700 °C and pressures of 500–1500 bar. Raman spectroscopic study of the run products documented systematic changes in both the first- andExpand
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An adaptive TDMA scheduling strategy based on beacon messages for vehicular ad-hoc network
This paper proposes an adaptive TDMA slot allocation strategy based on beacon messages (BMA strategy) for VANETs. Expand
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Fluctuations in chemical weathering on the Yangtze Block during the Ediacaran–Cambrian transition: Implications for paleoclimatic conditions and the marine carbon cycle
Abstract The Ediacaran–Cambrian transition was characterized by profound climatic, tectonic, and oceanographic fluctuations, followed by the remarkable radiation of metazoans. To further understandExpand
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Two-stage evolution of the Cenozoic Kunbei fault system and its control of deposition in the SW Qaidam Basin, China
The structural relationship between the Qaidam Basin and Qimen Tagh-Eastern Kunlun Range holds important implications for evaluating the formation mechanism of the Tibetan Plateau. Various modelsExpand
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Sedimentary filling and sequence structure dominated by T-R cycles of the Nenjiang Formation in the Songliao Basin
The Nenjiang Formation in the Songliao Basin is a symmetrical sequence of progradation-retrogradation, and is formed in the transgression cycle and regression cycle (T-R cycles) of the base level ofExpand
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Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of a saline lake in the Tertiary: Evidence from aragonite laminae in the northern Tibet Plateau
Abstract The origin of aragonite has long been debated because it is precipitated and preserved under specific conditions. Aragonite laminae, first found from Eocene to Miocene strata in the westernExpand
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