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The Xigaze forearc basin: evolution and facies architecture (Cretaceous, Tibet)
Abstract The mid-Cretaceous to Eocene flysch deposits of the Xigaze forearc basin in southern Tibet were investigated in a 120 km segment along the Indus-Yarlung suture zone. The basin evolved southExpand
Overpressure and petroleum generation and accumulation in the Dongying Depression of the Bohaiwan Basin, China
The occurrence of abnormally high formation pressures in the Dongying Depression of the Bohaiwan Basin, a prolific oil-producing province in China, is controlled by rapid sedimentation and theExpand
Monsoon Evolution and Tectonic–Climate Linkage in Asia
The Earth’s climate varies through geological time as a result of external, orbital processes, as well as the positions of continents, growth of mountains and the opening and closure of oceanicExpand
Provenance changes of eolian dust at Lingtai section in the Chinese Loess Plateau since 7 Ma and its implication for desert development in East Asia
Abstract. It is suggested that the uplift of Himalaya-Tibetan Plateau enhanced interior aridity in East Asia and resulted in development of middle latitude gobi and sandy deserts and accumulation ofExpand
Site U1422
R. Tada, R.W. Murray, C.A. Alvarez Zarikian, W.T. Anderson Jr., M.-A. Bassetti, B.J. Brace, S.C. Clemens, M.H. da Costa Gurgel, G.R. Dickens, A.G. Dunlea, S.J. Gallagher, L. Giosan, A.C.G. Henderson,Expand
Provenance changes of eolian dust at Lingtai since 7Ma
Provenance changes of eolian dust at Lingtai section in the Chinese Loess Plateau since 7 Ma and its implication for desert development in East Asia Y. Isozaki, R. Tada, Y. Sun, K. Nagashima, H.Expand
Site U1423
R. Tada, R.W. Murray, C.A. Alvarez Zarikian, W.T. Anderson Jr., M.-A. Bassetti, B.J. Brace, S.C. Clemens, M.H. da Costa Gurgel, G.R. Dickens, A.G. Dunlea, S.J. Gallagher, L. Giosan, A.C.G. Henderson,Expand
Tectonic Controls on Near-Surface Variations in CH4 and CO2 Concentrations along the Northwestern Margin of the Ordos Block, China
Tectonic controls on near-surface CH4 and CO2 concentrations were investigated by measuring CH4 and CO2 concentrations at the surface and a height of 1.5 m, in the different tectonic units thatExpand