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《Journal of Stratigraphy》 2008-03
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SEDIMENTARY RECORD FROM THE XH-1 CORE IN NORTH JIANGSU BASIN AND ITS IMPLICATION ON THE YANGTZE RIVER RUN-THROUGH TIME

SHU Qiang 1),ZHANG Mao-heng 1),ZHAO Zhi-jun 1),CHEN Ye 1) and LI Ji-jun 1)2) 1) College of Geography Science,Nanjing Normal University,Key Laboratory of Environmental Evolution and Ecological Construct of Jiangsu Province,Nanjing 210046;2)Department of Geography,Lanzhou University,Lanzhou 730000  
Based on the comparison and correlation of magnetic susceptibility and sediment grain size between the XH-1 core in northern Jiangsu basin and the Lower Reaches of Yangtze River and Huaihe River,the authors found that there are 4 distinct changes in magnetic susceptibility and sediment grain size in the XH-1 core in northern Jiangsu basin.The magnetic susceptibility in the first depth interval(350—247m) is negatively correlated with mid-grain sizes,but positively correlated with the content of 4—12Φ.This pattern of correlation is similar to the Lower Reaches of Huaihe River.The magnetic susceptibility in the third depth interval(234—57m) is positively correlated with mid-grain sizes,and positively correlated with the content of 1—3Φ.This pattern of correlation is also similar to the Lower Reaches of Yangtze River.The second depth interval at 247—234m is the transitional period in terms of the correlations between magnetic susceptibility and sediment grain sizes.According to the factors that contribute to mass susceptibility and the geological background of the North Jiangsu Basin,this paper considers that the changes in the correlations between magnetic susceptibility and sediment grain size recorded in the XH-1 core indicates the alternation of sediment sources and the adjustment of the water system.In terms of the characteristic of the correlations between magnetic susceptibility and sediment grain size in the XH-1 core in North Jiangsu Basin,magnetostratigraphic ages indicate that the Yangtze Gorges were formed around 2.32MaBP.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(No40501075、40471135)
【CateGory Index】: P534.63;P318
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