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The evolution of the depositional environment along the Gaozhuang Formation Section in Yushe Basin,Shanxi Province

QIAN Cheng,HAN Jian-en,YU Jia,HE Cheng-guang,ZHU Da-gang,SHAO Zhao-gang,MENG Xian-gang,WANG Jin(Institute of Geomechanics,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences,Beijing 100081,China)  
Based on field geological survey and an analysis of such environmental indicators as grain sizes,magnetic susceptibility and carbonate content in combination with ESR age data provided by previous researchers,this paper discusses the variation of the depositional environment in the Gaozhuang Formation during the early Pliocene.The analytical results show that,in the early Pliocene(5.25~3.16 Ma),the Yushe Basin was mainly warm and wet in climate,with unsteady short-term drought,and its paleolake underwent three seasonal changes of the water level from steady increase to wavy increase.During 5.25~4.50 Ma,the basin evolved into the first strong rift stage,its paleolake underwent a change of its water level from steady increase to wavy increase,forming Taoyang Member strata.During 4.44~3.89 Ma,the basin evolved into the steady rift stage,its paleolake underwent a change of its water level from steady stabilization to wavy increase,forming Nanzhuanggou Member strata.During 3.81~3.16Ma,the basin evolved into the second strong rift stage,its paleolake underwent a change of its water level from steady increase to wavy balance,forming Culiugou Member strata,and the extreme dry climate occurred in 3.50~3.33Ma,after which the climate became warm and wet.
【Fund】: 中国地质调查局项目“华北地区古近系和新近系地层格架厘定”(1212010611704);; “活动构造与区域地质环境调查成果集成与综合研究”(国土资规函[2008]45号)共同资助
【CateGory Index】: P512.2
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