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The floating astronomical time scale for the terrestrial Late Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation from the Songliao Basin of Northeast China and its stratigraphic and paleoclimate implications
Abstract The Upper Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation (K 2 qn) in the Songliao Basin (SLB) of Northeast China consists of up to 550 m thick, lacustrine mudstone and shale that constitute one of theExpand
Pyrite morphology in the first member of the Late Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation, Songliao Basin, Northeast China
Abstract The study of sedimentary pyrite morphological characteristics provides useful information on depositional environments and early diagenic processes and can be used as an indicator of redoxExpand
Late Cretaceous stratigraphy, Songliao Basin, NE China: SK1 cores
Abstract The Songliao Basin is the largest Cretaceous oil and gas-producing lacustrine basin in China, with its greatest aerial extent in the middle Cretaceous. A coring program (SK1) has to dateExpand
Marine incursion events in the Late Cretaceous Songliao Basin: Constraints from sulfur geochemistry records
Abstract Songliao Basin in NE China developed the most productive oilfield in the world sourced from terrestrial rocks. The main source rock of the basin includes member 1 of the Qingshankou (K2qn1)Expand
Marine transgressional events in the gigantic freshwater lake Songliao: paleontological and geochemical evidence
Abstract The fossil remains of euryhaline organisms in the Mesozoic–Cenozoic, non-marine sedimentary records of eastern China may have resulted from either marine transgressions or inland hypersalineExpand
Paleoatmospheric pCO2 fluctuations across the Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary recorded from paleosol carbonates in NE China
Abstract A dramatic change in atmospheric composition has been postulated because of global carbon cycle disruption during the Cretaceous (K)–Tertiary (T) transition following the Chicxulub impactExpand
Microfossils and molecular records in oil shales of the Songliao Basin and implications for paleo-depositional environment
Several oil shale beds, over 10 m thick, occur at the base of the first member of the Upper Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation (K2qn1) in the Songliao Basin. They act both as excellent source rocks forExpand
Late Cretaceous chronostratigraphy (Turonian-Maastrichtian): SK1 core Songliao Basin, China
Abstract Non-marine ostracodes, charophytes and palynomorphs are abundant in most Cretaceous lacustrine basins of East Asia. However, their ranges are not directly integrated with marine biota thatExpand
Establishment of Floating Astronomical Time Scale for the Terrestrial Late Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation in the Songliao Basin of Northeast China
The Upper Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation (K2qn) in the Songliao Basin (SLB) of Northeast China, which consists of lacustrine mudstone and shale, is one of the most important rock sources in theExpand
Late Cretaceous marine fossils and seawater incursion events in the Songliao Basin, NE China
Abstract The Songliao Basin is the largest non-marine oil-bearing basin in China. Because of the absence of substantial evidence, the hypothesis of seawater incursion events into the Songliao BasinExpand