Atlas of Geology and Geophysics of China Seas ad Adjacent Regions (out of print)

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Author: Liu Guangding
Language: Chinese
1994; Paperback;380x250mm;94

This atlas is a systematic summary or reflection of geological and geophysical surveys in the China Seas and adjacent regions.
The atlas consists of 44 map sheets, of which there are 5 maps of topography and geomorphology, 10 maps of geophysical fields, 10 maps of geodynamics, 13 maps of geological structure, 3 maps of basin and mineral resources and 2 maps of interpretations of geology and geophysics. Each of the maps is attached with a brief caption.
The atlas takes global plate-tectoic theory as guiding ideology, does its best to show the basic content of mobilism,makes a concrete analysis of the geological and geophysical data from the China seas and then gives the knowledge of intrinsic regularity.
Table of Contents
TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOMORPHOLOGY
Topography
Trench-Arc-Trough Topography near the Ryukyu Islands
Landform
Satellite Images
GEOPHYSICS
Free-air Gravity Anomaly
Bouguer Gravity Anomaly
Crustal Structure
Magnetic Anomaly T Contour
Magnetic Anomaly T Profile
Moho Depth
Seismic Profile of South Yellow Sea
Seismic Profile of East China Sea (1)
Seismic Profile ofEast China Sea (2)
Seismic Profile of South China Sea
GEODYNAMICS
Geodynamics
Geodynamic division
Focal Depth Profile
Satellite Gravity anomaly (2-180 Degree)
Satellite Gravity anomaly (2-36 Degree)
Satellite Gravity anomaly (37-100 Degree)
Stress Fields of Mantle Flow (2-180 Degree)
Stress Fields of Mantle Flow (2-36 Degree)
Stress Fields of Mantle Flow (37-100 Degree)
Profile of Tomographic Imaging
GEOLOGICAL FEATURES
Columnar Sections of Stratigraphic in China Seas
Geology
Perspective Geology of Bohai Sea and Adjacent Regions
Perspective Geology of South Yellow Sea and Adjacent Regions Perspective Geology of East China Sea and Adjacent Regions
Perspective Geology of Northern South China Sea
Tectonics
Tectonic Division
Tectonic Evolution (1) (Precambrian)
Tectonic Evolution (2) (Early Palaeozoic)
Tectonic Evolution (3) (Late Palaeozoic)
Tectonic Evolution (4) (Mesozoic T3-K1)
Tectonic Evolution (5) (Early Cenozoic)
BASINS AND MINERAL RESOURCES
Cenozoic Basins
Profile of Cenozoic Basins
Distribution of Marine Solid Mineral Resources
COMPREHENSIVE INTERPRETATION
The Changjiang River Mouth-Ryukyu Trench Geosciences Transect
Guangzhou –Palawan Geoscience Transect

 


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