Full-Text Search:
Home|Journal Papers|About CNKI|User Service|FAQ|Contact Us|中文
Add to Favorite Get Latest Update

A Discussion on Main Characteristics and Origin of the Ripple Marks of Upper Triassic Turbidites in west Qinling Mis.

cZhang Xiaobao;Fang Guoqing;He Haiqing(lanzhou Institute of Geololgy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 730000)  
For a long time. ripple marks were often regarded as one of sedimentary indicators of shallow water, bUt large quantities of them were also found in bathyal terrigenous elastic turbidites of Upper Triassic of west Qunling Mis. The ripple marks characterize that (1)they occour on the surface of T. of Bouma sequence, which means that they were formed by tractive currents derived turbidity flows, (2) they exist in the lobe factes facies associations of seafloor fan sequencas, which indicates that the most favourable hydrodynamic conditions to form them appeared in outer fans,(3)they are all symmetrical, which shows that tractive currents to form them were unidirectional,(4)They ate small-scale, which proves that the velocity .of tractive eurrents and the grain size ofbottom bed sands varied in a certain extend, (5) their wavelengths and heights are directly proportional to the thickness of turbidites, which means the strength of tractive currents was controlled by the scale and strength of turbidity nows, (6)the shape of wave crests and troughs are smooth and the shapes of ripple ridges are tegularly changeable, (7)their thepes and scales are closely related with those of ripple laminations in Te intervals of Bouma sequence, who reflects that they were two forms of expression produced by the same tractive currents, (8) The flow directions determined by ripple marks are consistent with those determined by bottom maths,which reflects that the flow directions of tractive currents were controlled by there sf turbidity. The characteristics above reflect that ripple marks occoured not only in shallow-water enviroments but also in deep water enviroments.
【CateGory Index】: P588.2
Download(CAJ format) Download(PDF format)
CAJViewer7.0 supports all the CNKI file formats; AdobeReader only supports the PDF format.
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 2 Hits
1 Shao Longyi Zhang Pengfei( China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing 100083);LATE PERMIAN SUBMARINE FAN TURBIDITE FACIES IN THE LAIBIN-HESHAN AREA OF GUANGXI[J];Journal of Palaeogeography;1999-01
2 ZHONG Jianhua1、2),LIANG Gang1)1) Research Institute of Reservoir,Faculty of Geo-Resources and Information,China University of Petroleum,Dongying,Shandong,257061;2) Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Guangzhou,510640;Situation of Study and Development Tendency of Sedimentary Structure[J];Geological Review;2009-06
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Guan Yinwen Fan Faming (Depatmcnt of Geology, Central South University of Technology);THE CHARACTERISTIC OF PRECAMBRIAN CLASTIC TEMPESTITES IN MADIYI FORMATION IN BANBIANSHAN TAOJIANG, HUNAN[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1990-01
2 Li Hongye Wang Zhenpeng (Anshan Mining Company, China);COMPARATION BETWEEN ACIENT AND RECENT WAVEMARK[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1990-01
3 Zhang Pengfei Shao Longyi (Beijing Graduate School of China University of Mining and Technology);FACIES BELTS AND DEPOSITIONAL MODEL OF LATE PERMIAN HESHAN FORMATION IN HESHAN, CENTRAL GUANGXI, SOUTHERN CHINA[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1990-04
5 ZHONG Jian hua 1,3 NI Jin ren 2 SONG Wei qi 1 WANG Guan min 1 MA Zai ping 1 LI Yong 1 LIU Hua 1 1(Resource Science Department,Resource and Environment Institute,Petroleum University of China,Dongying,Shangdong 257061) 2(Center for;Study on the Ice-induced Heaving in Yellow River Delta[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;2001-03
6 ZHONG Jian-hua~ 1?2 WANG Guan-min~1 WANG Xi-bin~1 WU Kong-you~1 HONG Mei~1 LI Yong~1 NI Jin-ren~3 1 (Institute of Resources and Informations,China University of Petroleum,Dongying Shandong 257061) 2 (Changsha Institute of Geotectonics,CAS,Cha;Study on the Ice-Induced Slump and Subsidence Structures in the Lower Course of Yellow River[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;2002-02
7 YUAN Jing~(1) CHEN Xin~(1) TIAN Hong-shui~(2)(1.University of Petroleum of China,Dongying Shandong 257061;2.Shandong Insititute of Architecture and Engineering,Jinan 250014)~();Formation of Loop Bedding in Jiyang Sub-basin,Paleogene[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;2006-05
8 Fu Qilong; Sha Qingan(Institute of Geology,Academia Sinica,Beijing);Morphology Sedimentary Structural Characteristics and Genesis of The Changli Coastal Dunes,Hebei Province[J];ACTA SEDIMENTOLOGICA SINICA;1994-01
9 Jin Huijuan(Lanzhou Institute of Geology, Academia Sinica, Lanzhou)Li Juying(Institute of Geology, Academia Sinica, Beijing);THE DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE LATE PERMIAN IN THE MATAN AREA, HESHAN COUNTY, GUANGXI PROVINCE[J];Chinese Journal of Geology;1987-01
10 Qiao Xiufu(Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing);STUDY OF SEISMITES OF CHINA AND ITS PROSPECTS[J];Geological Review;1996-04
【Secondary References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 9 Hits
1 SHAO Long-yi1 CHEN Jia-liang2 LI Rui-jun1 ZHANG Peng-fei1 1(Department of Resources and Earth Sciences, China University of Mining and Technology, D11 Xueyuan Road, Beijing 100083) 2(Guangxi Safe Production Administration, Nanning 530022);A Sequence Stratigraphic Interpretation on Late Permian Carbonate Coal Measures in the Heshan Coal Field, Southern China[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;2003-01
2 CAI Xiong-fei, ZHANG Zhi-feng, PENG Xing-fang, FENG Qing-laiFaculty of Earth Sciences, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan430074, China;Depositional Characteristics of the Dalong Formation and the Related Potential Hydrocarbon Source Rocks of Hubei, Hunan, Guizhou and Guangxi Regions[J];Earth Science(Journal of China University of Geosciences);2007-06
3 Lan Chaoli Li Jiliang Zhang Xiaohui Yu Liangjun (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029) Xia Wenchen (China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074) Fan Jingliang (Department of Earth Science, University;A STUDY ON SEDIMENTARY SUCCESSIONS AND THEIR INDICATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENT OF DALONG FORMATION AT MATAN, HESHAN, GUANGXI[J];Scientia Geologica Sinica;2001-01
4 Shao Longyi Zhang Pengfei( China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing 100083);LATE PERMIAN SUBMARINE FAN TURBIDITE FACIES IN THE LAIBIN-HESHAN AREA OF GUANGXI[J];Journal of Palaeogeography;1999-01
5 Guo Chengxian (Jianghan Petroleum Institute, Jingzhou, Hubei 434102);THE THIRTY-YEAR STUDY OF DEEP-WATER ALLOGENE DEPOSITS IN CHINA[J];Journal of Palaeogeography;2000-01
6 Peng Yongmin ①,③ Li Jingao ② Yao Peng ③ ( ①China University of Mining and Technology , Xuzhou 221008 ②Tibet Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources) ( ③Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources , Chengdu 610082 );GRAVITY FLOW SEDIMENTS OF THE LATE JURASSIC-EARLY CRETACEOUS OF JOMZI BASIN IN SOUTHERN TIBET[J];Journal of Palaeogeography;2000-03
7 Wu Haoruo ① Kuang Guodun ② Wang Zhongcheng ① ①Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Science,Beijing 100029 ②Guangxi Institute of Geology,Nanning 53023;THE YUNKAI BLOCK SINCE SILURIAN[J];Journal of Palaeogeography;2001-03
8 Yue Laiqun Shi Xiaoying Wang Hongzhen University of Petroleum , Beijing 102200 China University of Geosciences , Beijing 100083;SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTS OF SUBMARINE FAN OF THE LOWER CRETACEOUS IN NORTHERN HIMALAYAS[J];Journal of Palaeogeography;2003-04
9 ZHANG Ming-hua(Department of Resources and Environmental Engineering,Guilin University of Technology,Guilin 541004,China);Remote Sensing Interpretation and Characteristics of Basin-controlling Faults of Neopaleozoic Oil and Gas-bearing Basin in Middle Part of Guangxi[J];Journal of Guilin University of Technology;2007-01
©2006 Tsinghua Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)(TTKN) All rights reserved