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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
Sequence architecture and depositional evolution of the northern continental slope of the South China Sea: responses to tectonic processes and changes in sea level
The continental slopes of the South China Sea (SCS), the largest marginal sea on the continental shelf of Southeast Asia, are among the most significant shelf‐margin basins in the world because of
Geological Characteristics and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Detachment Basin in the Baiyun Depression, Pearl River Mouth Basin, South China Sea
Hydrocarbon exploration in the deep-water area of the South China Sea is increasingly important. However, the Eocene strata, which are the primary source rock in the deep-water area of the Pearl
High-resolution sequence architecture and depositional evolution of the Quaternary in the northeastern shelf margin of the South China Sea
The northeastern shelf margin of the South China Sea (SCS) is characterized by the development of large scale foresets complexes since Quaternary. Based on integral analysis of the seismic, well
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