Full-Text Search:
Home|Journal Papers|About CNKI|User Service|FAQ|Contact Us|中文
《Seismology and Geology》 2002-01
Add to Favorite Get Latest Update

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LOW VELOCITY LAYERS AND RHEOLOGY OF THE CRUST IN NORTH CHINA AND ITS EFFECT ON STRONG EARTHQUAKE

ZHOU Yong-sheng, HE Chang-rong (Institute of Geology and Tectonophysics Laboratory, China Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029,China)  
Seismic tomographic data show that crustal low-velocity layers and mantle uplift do exist in a vast area along Beijing-Tianjin-Tangshan-Zhangjiakou, where a lot of large earthquakes had occurred. However, such low-velocity layer and mantle uplift can not be found in Ordos region, where no strong earthquake had occurred. Geological study shows that the compositions of the crust are similar in these two areas. The main difference of the two areas is that rifting had occurred in Beijing-Tianjin-Tangshan-Zhangjiakou area at Cenozoic. We suggest, therefore, that the crustal low velocity layers in North China were controlled by the Cenozoic rifting and mantle uplifting, which caused the rise of temperature and hence giving rise to plastic deformation of lower part of the middle crust and lower crust. The lattice preferred orientation of minerals formed by plastic deformation can cause wave anisotropy, while subgrain substructure produced by dislocation creep may reduce the elastic wave velocity of rocks. The low velocity layers in lower part of the middle crust and lower crust, therefore, should be the result of plastic deformation of rocks. The low velocity layers in the upper part of the middle crust, however, might represent the low angle detachment or ductile shear zones formed during rifting, while low velocity might be resulted from anisotropy of rocks and possibly the effect of fluid. The crustal structure of Ordos region is similar to "ice-water" structure, and that of Beijing-Tianjin-Tangshan-Zhangjiakou area is like "sandwich". A large number of studies show that the crustal weak layers (lower velocity and plastic deformation layers) enhance the decoupling of stronger layers, and this may play an important role in the generation of large earthquake.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展规划项目 (G19980 4 0 70 4 )资助;; 中国地震局地质研究所论著 2 0 0 2B0 0 0 5
【CateGory Index】: P315.2
Download(CAJ format) Download(PDF format)
CAJViewer7.0 supports all the CNKI file formats; AdobeReader only supports the PDF format.
【References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 9 Hits
1 Lu Mingyong (China Center for Earthquake Disaster Emergency and SAR,Beijing 100049);MUTUAL ACTION BETWEEN CRUSTAL DEFORMATION AND UNDERGROUND WATER AND VIEW OF SEISMIC PRECURSOR OF “DOUBLE FORCE SOURCE”[J];Journal of Geodesy and Geodynamics;2006-01
2 Lu Mingyong(China Center for Earthquake Disaster Emergency and SAR,Beijing 100049);FURTHER DISCUSSION ON VIEW OF SEISMIC PRECURSOR FROM DOUBLE FORCE SOURCE[J];Journal of Geodesy and Geodynamics;2007-04
3 ZHOU Yong-sheng,HE Chang-rongina Earthquake Administration, Beijing 100029, China);The status of continental lithosphere rheology and experiments on creep of rocks at high temperature and high pressure[J];Progress In Geophysics;2004-02
4 TENG Ji-wen1,ZHANG,Zhong-jie1,YANG Ding-hui2,ZHANG Yong-qian1,ZHANG Xue-mei1,YANG Hui1,RUAN Xiao-min1(1.Institute of Geology and Geophysics,CAS,Beijing 100029,China;2.Departmant of Mathematical Sciences,Tsinghua University,Beijing 100084,China);The seismic wave propagation theory and the deep medium and tectonic environment of the earthquake "pregnancy",generation and development[J];Progress in Geophysics;2009-01
5 Yang Xiaozhi1, 2, Xia Qunke1, Fan Qicheng3, Etienne Deloule2 1.CAS Key Laboratory of Crust-mantle Materials and Environments, School of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 230026, China2.CRPG-CNRS, BP20, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy 54501, France3.Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration, Beijing 100029, China;Rheology of the continental lithosphere and the effects of water.[J];Earth Science Frontiers;2008-03
6 ZHOU Yong-sheng HE Chang-rong (Institute of Geology and Tectonophysics Laboratory, CSB, Beijing 100029, China);RHEOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF CRUSTAL ROCKS AND CRUSTAL RHEOLOGY OF NORTH CHINA[J];Seismology and Geology;2003-01
7 JI Shaocheng1, 2), WANG Qian1), SUN Shengsi1), XU Zhiqin2), LI Haibing2)1) Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, H3C 3A7, Canada;2) Key Laboratory of Continental Dynamics, Ministry of Lands and Resources, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing, 100037, P.R. China;Continental Extrusion and Seismicity in China[J];Acta Geologica Sinica;2008-12
8 Lu Bin 1), 2) and Liu Yaowei 1), 2) 1) Lanzhou Base of Center for Analysis and Prediction, CEA , Lanzhou, 730000, China 2) Earthquake Administration of Gansu Province, Lanzhou, 730000, China;The Relationship Between the Changes of Stress Fields and Precursor of Earthquakes in Groups[J];Recent Developments In World Seismology;2004-04
9 SONG Juan1,ZHOU Yong-Sheng2-HE Chang-Rong2(1.China University of Petroleum,Dongying 257061,China;2.State Key Laboratory of Earthquake Dynamics,Institute of Geology,China Earthquake Administration,Beijing 100029,China);The Brittle-Plastic Transition in Experimentally Deformated Quartzite[J];Chinese Journal of High Pressure Physics;2008-02
【Citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 5 Hits
1 LIU Bin(Department of Earth and Space Sciences,University of Science and Technology of China,Anhui Hefei 230026,China);RELATIONS OF ELASTIC WAVE VELOCITY AND ATTENUATION AND THEIR ANISOTROPIES TO THE FABRIC OF ROCKS UNDER DIFFERENT p-T CONDITIONS[J];EARTH SCIENCE FRONTIERS;2000-01
2 Shi Lanbin Lin Chuanyong Chen Xiaode (Institute of Geology, China Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029) (Laboratory of Tectonophysics, China Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029) Han Xiuling (Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beiji;A XENOLITH-DERIVED GEOTHERM FOR THE LOWER CRUST AND UPPER MANTLE BENEATH HANUOBA AREA, HEBEI PROVINCE, CHINA AND ITS GEOLOGIC IMPLICATIONS[J];SEISMOLOGY AND GEOLOGY;2000-01
3 Zhou Yongsheng He Changrong (Institute of Geology & Labotary of Tectonophysics, CSB, Beijing 100029);DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR TRANSITION OF CRUSTAL BOCKS AND ITS TEMPERATURE PRESSURE CONDITIONS[J];SEISMOLOGY AND GEOLOGY;2000-02
4 Li jianguo Zhou Yongsheng Song Ruiqing Wang Shengzu (Institute of Geology, SSB, Beijing 100029);PHYSICAL MODELLING OF PLASTIC FLOW NETWORK AND MULTI LAYER TECTONIC DEFORMATION IN THE LITHOSPHERE[J];SEISMOLOGY AND GEOLOGY;1997-03
5 Zhou Yongsheng (Institute of Geology,CSB,Beijing,100029);Review on the Progress in Studies on Plastic Flow of Lithosphere and Continental Intraplate Tectonic Deformation[J];RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN WORLD SEISMOLOGY;1999-02
【Co-citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 JING Xu,WU Tairan,HE Yuankai School of Earth and Space Sciences,Peking University,Beijing 100871;;The Geological Environment of the Xenolith-Bearing Miocene Basalt from Siziwang County,Inner Mongolia[J];Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis;2009-02
2 XU Xuan~1),3) WU Tairan~1),3) ZHANG Shuangtao~1),3)J. Byamba~2) A. Amarjargal~2) WANG Shiqi~3) LI Zhongquan 3)( ~1)Key Laboratory of Orogenic Belts and Crustal Evolution (Peking University), Ministry of Education, Beijing, 100871; ~2)Faculty of Earth Science, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia,210000; ~3) School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, 100871);Significances of Deep-Seated Xenolith in Cretaceous Basalt of Inner Mongolia[J];Acta Scicentiarum Naturalum Universitis Pekinesis;2005-04
3 HOU Guiting\ QIAN Xianglin\ SONG Xinmin\ FAN Liangxing (Department of Geology, Peking University, Beijing, 100871) XU\ Shougen (Geological Institute of Shenli Petroleum Administration Bureau, Dongying, 257014);The Origin of Carbondioxide Gas Fields in Jiyang Basin[J];ACTA SCICENTIARUM NATURALUM UNIVERSITIS PEKINESIS;1996-06
4 HOU Guiting QIAN Xianglin (Department of Geology,Peking Univeristy,Beijing,100871) SONG Xinmin (Scientific Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development,Beijing,100083);The Origin of the Bohai Bay Basin[J];ACTA SCICENTIARUM NATURALUM UNIVERSITIS PEKINESIS;1998-04
5 Liu Yuanlong Zheng Jianchang Jiao Lingxiu(Institute of Geopliyslics, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing 100101);A STUDY OF DEEP CRUSTAL STRUCTURE OF CHINA AND DISTRIBUTION OF MINERAL DEPOSITS BY USE OF THE GEOPHYSICAL DATA[J];;1993-04
6 Wang Sheng_zu (Institute of Geology and Laboratory of Tectonophysics, China Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029,China);PLASTIC-FLOW NETWORKS AND TECTONIC STRESS FIELD IN THE LITHOSPHERE IN CENTRAL-EASTERN ASIA[J];Journal of Changchun University of Science and Technology;2001-01
7 ZHANG Yuan qing, QIAN Xiang lin, LI Jiang hai (Department of Geology, Bejing University, Beijing 100871,China);TWO TYPES OF OROGENY AND THEIR DIFFERENCES OF ORIGIN[J];Journal of Changchun University of Science and Technology;2002-01
8 JIAO Xin-hua,WU Yan-gang,MA Shu-yan,FAN Mei-ning,XIAO Peng-fei(College of GeoExploration Science and Technology,Jilin University,Changchun 130026,China);The Interpretation on the DeepFeatures of DeepFracture Zone in Tianjin Area Based on Gravity and Aeromagnetic Anomaly[J];Journal of Jiling University (Earth Science Edition);2005-S1
9 WU Yan-gang,JIAO Xin-hua,ZENG Zhao-fa,MA Shu-yan(College GeoExploration Science and Technology,Jilin University, Changchun 130026,China);The Gravity Anomalies Forward Fitting and Geological Explanation for the 40° North Latitude Section in China[J];Journal of Jiling University (Earth Science Edition);2005-S1
10 DU Xiao-juan~(1),MENG Ling-shun~(1),ZHANG Feng-xu~(1),SUN Xiao-meng~(2)(1.College of GeoExploration Sci.& Tech.,Jilin University,Changchun 130026,China;2.College of Applied Technology,Jilin University,Changchun 130022,China);Study on Tanlu Fault Zone and Adjacent Area by Gravity and Magnetic Field[J];Journal of Jiling University (Earth Science Edition);2005-S1
【Co-references】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 LI Yong1,ZHOU Rong-jun2,DONG Shun-li1,ZHANG Yi1,HE Yu-lin1,2,CHEN Hao1,YAN Liang1,QIAO Bao-cheng1,MA Bo-lin11.State Key Laboratory of Oil and Gas Reservoir Geology and Exploitation,Chengdu University of Technology,Chengdu 610059 China;2.Institute of Earthquake Engineering,Seismological Bureau of Sichuan Province,Chengdu 610041,China;Surface rupture,thrusting and strike-slipping in the Wenchuan earthquake of Sichuan,China[J];Journal of Chengdu University of Technology(Science & Technology Edition);2008-04
2 Liu Shun(Chengdu University of Technology) Xiao Xiaohui(Institute of Geology, State Seismological Bureau, China)Zhong Dalai(Institute of Geology, Academia Sinica);EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF A FELSIC GRANULITE[J];JOURNAL OF CHENGDU UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY;1997-01
3 WANG Zhihong; LU Huafu (Laboratory of Lithosphere tectonic Evolution, Institute of Geology,Academia Sinica, Beijing 100029) (Department of Earth Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210008);IDENTIFICATION OF SOUTHEASTERN FUJIAN MESOZOIC COLLISIONAL OROGENIC BELT[J];GEOTECTONICA ET METALLOGENIA;1997-03
4 CHEN Guoda(Changsha Institute of Geotectonics, Academia Sinica; International Research Center forGeodepressional (Diwa ) Tectonics and Metallogeny; WG4, Tectono - Magmatic Activization(Diwa ), IAGOD/CTOD, Changsha 410013, China );THE MARGINAL EXTENSIONAL BELT OF EAST ASIA CONTINENT INVESTIGATING THE ORIGINOF A DISCRETE CONTINENTAL MARGIN[J];GEOTECTONICA ET METALLOGENIA;1997-04
5 YAO Yun sheng 1, JIANG Wei ping 2, CHAO Ding po 2 (1. Seismology Research Institute, CSB, Wuhan 430071, China; 2. Wuhan Mapping University of Science and Technology, Wuhan 430070, China);STUDY OF THE GRAVITY ANOMALY AND CONSTRUCTION EVOLUTION IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA BASIN[J];Geotectonica Et Metallogenia;2001-01
6 Diao Shouzhong(Seismological Bureau of Shandong Province);TIME DISTRIBUTION FEATURE OF SEISMIC SEQUENCE INDUCED BY WATER FLOODING IN JIAO 07 WELL IN SHANDONG PROVINCE[J];Earthquake;1989-01
7 Che Yongtai Yu Jinzi (Institute of Geology, SSB) Huang Zhenyi Wang Anbin (Seismological Bureau of Tianjin City) Dong Shouyu Wan Dikun (Seismological Bureau of Hebei Provice);CHARACTERISTICS OF PRECURSORY FIELD OF GROUNDWATER AND MODE OF FORMATION AND EVOLUTION BEFORE TANGSHAN STRONG EARTHQUAKE[J];Earthquake;1994-S1
8 Jiao Mingruo; Zhang Guomin(Center for Analysis and Prediction, SSB, Beijing 1OOO36, China);STUDY ON GENETIC MECHANISM OF SEISMIC PRECURSORY COMPLEXITY(一)──The manifestation of the seismic precursory complexity[J];EARTHQUAKE;1998-01
9 Cao Zhihua Fu Zhengxiang (Center for Analysis and Prediction, CSB, Beijing 100036, China);CLUSTERING OF LONG AND MEDIUM TERM SEISMICITY ON CHINA MAINLAND[J];EARTHQUAKE;1999-04
10 SHI Yao lin (Graduate School, CAS, Beijing 100039, China);Stress triggers and stress shadows: How to apply these concepts to earthquake prediction[J];Earthquake;2001-03
【Secondary References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 CHEN Yunping1, ZHAO Chongbin1 and LIN Ge2(1.Computational Geosciences Research Center, Central South University, Changsha 410083, Hunan, China; 2.CAS Key Laboratory of Marginal Sea Geology,Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, Guangdong, China);MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF DEEP EARTH ROCKS AND THEIR ROLES IN THE INVESTIGATION OF CONTINENTAL DEFORMATION PROCESSES[J];Geotectonica Et Metallogenia;2008-03
2 LU Ming-yong1,NIU An-fu2,LIU Yao-wei3,ZHOU Wei4 (1.China Center for Earthquake Disaster Emergency and SAR,CEA,Beijing 100049;2.China Earthquake Networks Center,CEA,Beijing 100036;3.Institute of Crustal Dynamics,CEA,Beijing 100085;4.The First Monitoring and Application Center,CEA,Tianjin 300180);Discussion on fluid force and tectonic stress and their mutual relation[J];Earthquake;2007-01
3 Lu Mingyong(China Center for Earthquake Disaster Emergency and SAR,Beijing 100049);FURTHER DISCUSSION ON VIEW OF SEISMIC PRECURSOR FROM DOUBLE FORCE SOURCE[J];Journal of Geodesy and Geodynamics;2007-04
4 Zhu Lixia,Huang Shiyuan and Wei Hongmei(Earthquake Administration of Chongqing Municipality,Chongqing 401147);ON FLUID-INJECTION INDUCED EARTHQUAKE IN RONGCHANG AREA[J];Journal of Geodesy and Geodynamics;2007-06
5 ZHOU Yong-sheng,HE Chang-rongina Earthquake Administration, Beijing 100029, China);The status of continental lithosphere rheology and experiments on creep of rocks at high temperature and high pressure[J];Progress In Geophysics;2004-02
6 YAN Kun (Xi'an Modern Nonlinear Science Applying Institute,Xi'an 710061,China);Introductions on the medium shell and discrete orbits of celestial bodies motion[J];Progress In Geophysics;2004-04
7 WEI Rong-qiang,ZANG Shao-xian(School of the earth and space sciences,Peking University,Beijing 100081,China);Progresses and problems in the study of the rheological structure of the continental lithosphere[J];Progress in Geophysics;2007-02
8 LIU Shao-wen1,WANG Liang-shu2,LI Cheng2(1.School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences,Nanjing 210093,China2.Department of Earth Sciences,Nanjing University,Nanjing 210093,China);Rheology of continental lithosphere: An overview[J];Progress in Geophysics;2007-04
9 ZHU Ai-Lan 1, XU Xi-Wei 1, ZHOU Yong-Sheng 1, YIN Jing-Yuan 2, GAN Wei-Jun 1, CHEN Gui-Hua 1 1 Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration, Beijing 100029, China 2 Seismological Bureau of Shanghai, Shanghai 200062, China;Relocation of small earthquakes in western Sichuan, China and its implications for active tectonics[J];Chinese Journal of Geophysics;2005-03
10 Liu Ruixun School of Earth and Space Science,Peking University,Beijing 100871,China;Significance of a basic rheological model in geology and its application[J];Earth Science Frontiers;2007-04
【Secondary Citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Lu Liangzhao Jin Shiqin Ye Huiwen Zheng Songyan (Changchun Geological College);GEOTHERMOMETRIC AND BAROMETRIC STUDIES OF METAMORPHISM OF THE MIYUN GROUP NEAR BEIJING[J];Geochimica;1984-01
2 Wang Shengzu (Institute of Geology,State Seismological Bureau,Beijing 100029);BRITTLE-DUCTILE TRANSITION AND PLASTIC-FLOW NETWORKS IN ROCKS[J];Progress In Geophysics;1993-04
3 ;THE STUDY OF BRITLE-DUCTILE DEFORMATION OF DIABASE UNDER HIGH TEMPERATURE AND HIGH PRESSURE[J];Progress In Geophysics;1993-04
4 Ma Maining; Bai Wuming(Institute of Geophysics, CAS, Beijing 100101 );PROGRESS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE STUDY ON ELASTIC WAVE VELOCITY AND ITS GEODYNAMICALIMPLICATIONS[J];PROGRESS IN GEOPHYSICS;1999-01
5 Liu Ruoxin(Institute of Geology, State Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029, China);THE BASIC STATUS OF UPPER MANTLE BENEATH THE CONTINENT OF EASTERN PART OF CHINA[J];PROGRESS IN GEOPHYSICS;1994-04
6 Liu Yongxiang; Wu Fuyuan; Zhang Shihong(ChangChun University of Earth Sceinecs, 130061);THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ELASTIC WAVE VELOCTTY OF ROCKS AT HIGH T AND P: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE STUDY OF DEEPSEATED GEOLOGY[J];PROGRESS IN GEOPHYSICS;1995-03
7 LIU ZU-YUAN .HU YU-LIANG (Institute of Geology, State Seismological Bureau)CHEN YONG (Institute of Geophysics, State Seismological Bureau);ULTRASONIC P WAVE ATTENUATION IN DRY AND SATURATED ROCKS UNDER UNIAXIAL COMPRESSION[J];Chinese Journal of Geophysics;1984-04
8 LIU YONG-XIANG; WU XU-GUANG (Changchun University of Earth Sciences, Changchun 13006, China);WAVE VELOCITY IN ROCKS UNDER HIGH TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE AND COMPOSITION OF THE DEEP CRUST[J];Chinese Journal of Geophysics;1997-02
9 JI ZHEN-MIN(China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China);THE PROGRESSES AND PERSPECTIVES OF HIGH-T AND HIGH-P EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN CHINA[J];Chinese Journal of Geophysics;1997-S1
10 LIU BIN;GE NING-JIE (Department of Earth and Space sciences, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 230026, China;Advanced Research Center for Geoscience and Astronomy, Third World Academy of Science, Hefei 230026, China)H.KERN;T. POPP (Mine;VELOCITIES AND ATTENUATION OF P-AND S-WAVES AND THEIR ANISOTROPIES IN SERPENTINITE AND AMPHIBOLITE UNDER DIFFERENT P-T CONDITIONS[J];Chinese Journal of Geophysics;1998-03
©2006 Tsinghua Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)(TTKN) All rights reserved