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Breakup unconformities at the end of the early Oligocene in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, South China Sea: significance for the evolution of basin dynamics and tectonic geography during rift–drift
The widely distributed unconformity (T7) in Pearl River Mouth Basin, formed at ~ 30 Ma, is one of the most important unconformities of northern South China Sea related to the evolution of basin
Shoreline migration paths and depositional architecture of early–mid Miocene deltaic clinoforms in response to sea‐level changes in the north‐eastern shelf margin, South China Sea
Shoreline trajectory analysis improves the understanding of the correlation between clinoform architecture, shoreline and shelf‐edge development, and sea‐level changes. This study uses cores,