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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 1993-01
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PALEOMAGNETIC STUDY SINCE LATE PALEOZOIC IN THE ORDOS BASIN

MA XING-HUA XING LI-SHENG YANG ZHEN-YU Xu SHU-JIN ZHANG JING-XIN(Institute of Geomechanics,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing 100081)  
About 1500 samples belonging to 144 sites collected from 7 sections in the Ordos Basin have been studied in detail. These samples covered the period from the Late Permian to the Lower Cretaceous. The measurements of these samples and the study of rock magnetism were carried out seperately at four laboratories in China, England and France. Samples were treated with progressive thermal and/or alternating field demagnetization and analyzed by the principle component analysis method and/or the linearity spectrum analysis method. The most of data passed the reversal test and the data of the Late Permian, Early and Middle Tria-ssic passed the generatized fold test. Susceptibili y, Isothermal Remanent Magnetization and Curie Temperature of some pilot samples have been studied experimentally.Paleomagnetic pole positions for each epoch and the paleolatitudes of sampling areas have been calculated. An apparent polar-wander path of the Ordos Basin since the Late Paleozoic, a sketch map showing the paleoposition and the paleo-orientation of the North China Block and the mode of motion for the NCB has been given. By comparing the result from this study with availiable data of the South China Block, we pointed out that: the collision between the North China Block and the South China Block at their eastern part started prior to the Late Triassic and the suturing completed by the end of the Middle Jurassic.
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