This book aims to map the Precambrian basement, to recognize the paleo-suture zones, and to determine the nature of ancient tectonic regime. It proposes the new concepts of the basement tectonic framework and major tectonic features.
Table of Contents
1. Basement tectonics in continental China, based on regional geophysical interpretation 2. Deep seismic refraction cross sections of Sakhalin (Russia) on the data o f reinterpretation using 2-D inversion method 3. Deep structure pattern, anisotropy and continental geodynamics revealed by geophysical profiles and transects in China 4. The propagation of high-frequency seismic P waves from intermediate-depth earthquakes in subduction zones: Implications for earthquake location and slab structure 5. A study of detachment faults of the upper crust in Manzhouli-Suifenhe GGT by the method of vertical seismic reflection 6. Pattern recognition and tomographic seismic imaging techniques with applications to subsurface tectonic structures of the Canadian Shield 7. Two-dimensional inversion and interpretation of magnetotelluric data in a seismic active area of northern part of North China 8. A study of geoelectrical structure of crust and upper mantle in the Chinese mainland 9. Ultrasonic velocity of various rocks at high-pressure and high-temperature conditions 10. The essence o f techniques and methodology of geophysics and remote sensing for exploration of sylvinite in China 11. Geophysical analysis of main minerogenetic belts in China 12. Techniques and application of gravity survey with high accuracy in People’s Republic of China 13. Use of induced polarization method in search for deposits of composite geological media 14. High resolution Curie depth and stratum interface inversion using aeromagnetic anomaly 15. The new advancement of seismic technique in coal industry o f China 16. Research of seismic methods in base-metal ore exploration 17. Application of long window transient electromagnetic method for hydrocarbon exploration in rugged areas 18. Seismic interferential ranging method