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Late Triassic tuff intervals in the Ordos basin, Central China: Their depositional, petrographic, geochemical characteristics and regional implications
Abstract Tuff intervals of Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation are laterally widespread in the Ordos basin, Central China. This paper focuses on magmatic origins and potential source regions of theseExpand
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Major, trace and platinum-group element geochemistry of the Upper Triassic nonmarine hot shales in the Ordos basin, Central China
Abstract The Upper Triassic Chang 7 non-marine hot shales have been proven to contribute to Mesozoic oil reservoirs in the Ordos basin, Central China. These shales have been studied extensively inExpand
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Trace and rare earth element geochemistry of the Upper Triassic mudstones in the southern Ordos Basin, Central China
Oil-source correlation studies have demonstrated that the crude oils in the Ordos Basin were mainly derived from organic-rich lacustrine mudstones of the Yanchang Formation. The sedimentology,Expand
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The genesis of sandstone‐type uranium deposits in the Ordos Basin, NW China: constraints provided by fluid inclusions and stable isotopes
Quartz from sandstone‐type uranium deposits in the east part of the Ordos Basin contains abundant secondary fluid inclusions hosted along sealed fractures or in overgrowths. These inclusions consistExpand
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Paleoenvironmental conditions, organic matter accumulation, and unconventional hydrocarbon potential for the Permian Lucaogou Formation organic-rich rocks in Santanghu Basin, NW China
Abstract Organic-rich rocks have received increasing attention for they are essential for evaluating hydrocarbon potential and unravelling the interaction between Earth surface environments and theExpand
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Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of Cenozoic Andesite-Dacite Associations from the Hoh Xil Region, Tibetan Plateau
Volcanic units with ages in the range 4.27-44.60 Ma in the Zhentouya area south to Ulan Ul Lake, Hoh Xil region, are mainly lava, predominantly dacite in composition, together with lesser amounts ofExpand
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Three Types of Flower Structures in a Divergent‐Wrench Fault Zone
Flower structures are typical features of wrench fault zones. In conventional studies, two distinct kinds of flower structures have been identified based on differences in their internal structuralExpand
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Green altered sandstone related to hydrocarbon migration from the uranium deposits in the northern Ordos Basin, China
Abstract The formation of sandstone-hosted uranium deposits has been linked to upward migration of hydrocarbons in many sedimentary basins. However, hydrocarbon-induced diagenetic alterationsExpand
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Synthesis, structures, and photoluminescent properties of two uranium complexes constructed by a flexible zwitterion ligand
Abstract Two novel uranium complexes were constructed by using a tripodal flexible zwitterion ligand 1,1′,1″-(2,4,6-trimethylbenzene-1,3,5-triyl)-tris(methylene)-tris(pyridine-4-carboxylic acid)Expand
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Evolutionary characteristics of the sags to the east of Tan–Lu Fault Zone, Bohai Bay Basin (China): Implications for hydrocarbon exploration and regional tectonic evolution
Abstract Some Cenozoic half-grabens (sags) have been found to the east of the Tan–Lu Fault Zone in the Bohai Bay Basin, east China. The evolutionary history of these sags is consistent with theExpand
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