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《GEOLOGY OF ANHUI》 1994-Z1
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PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE STUDY OF PALEOMAGNETISM IN SOUTH CHINA AND THEIR GEOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

Zhang Huimin; Zhao Fengqing; Wang Fufu; Zhang Wenzhi(Tianjin Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources)  
Sixty poles are obtained after calculation ofmore than 2000 thermal demagnetized samples , and the polesform five apparent polar wandering paths which represent the polar wandering paths of different landmasses and terranesin South China. Based on the correlation of polar wandering poths in South China and these in North China and the char-acteristics of geological structures,the studied area can be divided into Yangtze and Huaxia blocks, Jiangnan terrane andHuaiyushan-Yuebei terrane. A discussion about the correlation of related strata and evolutlonary relationships betweenblocks is also presented in the paper.
【Fund】: “华南深部地壳结构及演化”项目
【CateGory Index】: P318
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