Global Tectonic Zones, Supercontinent Formation and Disposal
Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 6
This book is a collection of papers presented in the 30th International Geological Congress, held in Beijing, on global tectonic zones supercontinent formation and disposal. The papers deal with topics on tectonic framework, and petrology and geochemistry variations of Asian regions.
Table of Contents
1. Tectonic framework and geodynamic evolution of eastern China 2. Formation and evolution of Cenozoic continental rift belts in East Asia 3. Structural characteristics of Meso-Cenozoic continental rifts in eastern China 4. The tectonic evolution, basin development and rock-stratigraphic sequence of Jurassic-Cretaceous period in North China 5. Tethyan evolution in South China and its environs 6. Argument on re-recognition about the geotectonics of South China 7. Evolution and structural styles of the Sichuan foreland basin 8. Contribution to the plate-tectonic interpretation of Sanjiang-Area of Western Yunnan 9. Lateral variation of crustal structure from Himalaya to Qilian and its implication on continental collision process 10. Comparative studies of the Cenozoic and the Mesozoic tectonics and evolution between West Kunlun-Pamir (China) and Pyrenees(France) 11. Lithospheric fabric of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau 12. Petrology and geochemistry variations of Mesozoic and Cenozoic volcanism of the Tibetan Plateau and its dynamical inferences for lithospheric evolution of the Plateau
Xuchang, Xiao; Hefu, Liu