Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by B. Clark Burchfiel, Erchie Wang.|
|Series||The Geological Society of America. Special paper -- 444|
|Contributions||Burchfiel, B. C., 1934-, Wang, Erchie, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||QE634.C6 I58 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008028508|
"Preliminary investigation into the complexities of the Ailao Shan and Day Nui Con Voi shear zones of SE Yunnan and Vietnam", Investigations into the Tectonics of the Tibetan Plateau, B.C. Burchfiel, E. . Free Online Library: Investigations into the tectonics of the Tibetan plateau.(Brief article, Book review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and technology, general Books Book reviews. Investigations into the tectonics of the Tibetan plateau / Bibliographic Details; Other Authors: Burchfiel, B. C., , Wang E-ZBorrow is the easiest and fastest way to get the book you want (ebooks unavailable). Preliminary investigation into the complexities of the Ailao Shan and Day Nui Con Voi shear zones of SE Yunnan and Vietnam. Yu Jin, Erchie Wang, Xiaodian Jiang, "The dynamic support and decoupling process of the Tibetan lithosphere based on the integration of flexural modeling with other geological and geophysical studies", Investigations into the Tectonics of the Tibetan Plateau, B.C. Burchfiel, E. Wang.
Guillaume Dupont-Nivet, Shuang Dai, Xiaomin Fang, Wout Krijgsman, Veronique Erens, Mariel Reitsma, Cor Langereis, "Timing and distribution of tectonic rotations in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau", Investigations into the Tectonics of the Tibetan Plateau, B.C. Burchfiel, E. Wang. Based on highly detailed field investigations and test data from research on 98 different remnant basins, tectonic settings and lithostratigraphic sequences, this book describes the 4-stage evolution of the tectonic lithofacies paleogeography of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, including Paleocene-Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene and Pliocene. Investigations into the Tectonics of the Tibetan Plateau Northern Lhasa thrust belt of central Tibet: Evidence of Cretaceous–early Cenozoic shortening within a passive roof thrust system? Toward an Improved Understanding of Uplift Mechanisms and the Elevation History of the Tibetan Plateau. The Tibetan plateau is the product of crustal thickening caused by the collision between India and Asia and is the largest active example of extensional tectonics in a zone of continental collision. Throughout most of the Tertiary, the tectonics of the plateau were dominated by north-south shortening, a significant proportion of which took.
The Tibetan Plateau has the largest lake cluster in China and in the world. In order to clarify the differences of lake hydrochemistry of Tibetan Plateau, water samples were collected from 32 lakes, including 22 tectonic lakes and 11 glacial lakes, along the Tibetan Plateau road, from September to October We detected and analyzed the major ion concentrations and characteristics of. The northern edge of Tibetan Plateau is characterized by high topographic relief (including the Kunlun, Altun, and Qilian mountains, Fig. 1), with elevation of up to – m, much higher than the average elevation of ∼– m of the northern foreland Cenozoic molasse deposits were shed into the piedmont basins, providing great potential for understanding the. Her investigations of the lives of selected residents were aided by interviews in less-restricted parts of the plateau and among Tibetan exiles. The resulting account is gripping. Peter Copeland, The When and Where of the Growth of the Himalaya and the Tibetan Plateau, Tectonic Uplift and Climate Change, /, (), (). Crossref See more.