North and South China collision along the eastern and southern North China margins

@inproceedings{Zhang1997NorthAS,
  title={North and South China collision along the eastern and southern North China margins},
  author={Kai-Jun Zhang},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract Lithofacies distribution and petrography and intracontinental deformation in the North China block (NCB) and the South China block (SCB) show an active continental margin flanked by the eastern NCB, and a passive continental margin was present along the west side of the SCB, both margins initially trending N-NE. The Tanlu fault possibly initiated as part of the subduction zone during Paleozoic time along the eastern margin on the NCB. The NCB and the SCB were divided along the eastern… CONTINUE READING

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