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Postseafloor Spreading Volcanism in the Central East South China Sea and Its Formation Through an Extremely Thin Oceanic Crust
P wave velocity models were obtained by forward and inverse modeling from 38 ocean bottom seismometers deployed in the central East subbasin of the South China Sea (SCS). Four types of crust have
Sedimentological constraints on the initial uplift of the West Bogda Mountains in Mid-Permian
Sedimentological evidence confirmed that the West Bogda Mountains was a rift basin in the Carboniferous-Early Permian, and subsequently entered the Late Paleozoic large-scale intracontinental orogeny in the region.
Volcanic contribution to emergence of Central Panama in the Early Miocene
It is proposed that formation of the Central Panama volcanic field was critical in shaping regional topography, and that this could have actively contributed to obstruction and closure of an interoceanic strait in Central Panama.
3D seismic structure of the Zhenbei–Huangyan seamounts chain in the East Sub‐basin of the South China Sea and its mechanism of formation
The probable N055°‐oriented extinct spreading ridge of the East Sub‐basin is cut across by the post‐spreading volcanic ridge oriented approximately E–W in its western part and called the
Continental island from the Upper Silurian (Ludlow) Sino-Korean plate
Recent field studies on Upper Silurian stratigraphy and paleontology in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (for short Inner Mongalia) near Bater Obo (=Bateaobao) resulted in the discovery of a
The Fuchuan Ophiolite in South China: Evidence for Modern‐Style Plate Tectonics During Rodinia Breakup
Subduction initiation processes, such as those evidenced in the Izu‐Bonin‐Mariana (IBM) forearc crust are a key feature of modern‐style plate tectonics. However, the evidence for this process in the