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《Journal of East China Institute of Technology(Natural Science)》 2009-04
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Sedimentary Mineralogy and its Application for Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction

SONG You-gui(SKLLQG,Institute of Earth Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Xi'an,SX 710075,China)  
Sedimentary mineralogy is a new cross-disciplinary between sedimentology and mineralogy,It aims at the study of the mineral component,assemblage,concentration,genesis and chemical composition,crystal structure,morphology of mineral in sediments or sedimentary rock.Then study the physical,chemical behavior of minerals during the process of transport,weathering erosion,deposit processes and diagenesis.Furthermore,study their spatio-temporal?distribution characteristics and regulars;so as to explore the source,genesis,and paleoenvironmental evolution such as.In recent years,the sedimentary mineralogy become to play an important role on the study of paleoclimate,source trace,sedimentary environment,gas and oil exploration and tectonic evolution.In this paper,the author illustrates the paleoenvironmental significance of clay mineral,heavy mineral,carbonate,reviews their recent progress on lake,loess and marine sediments during the last two decades.With the develop of research methods,combined with sediment physical indicators,chemical indicators and other indicators such as paleontology,sedimentary mineralogy will play an increasingly important role and has broad application prospects on paleoenvironment reconstruction.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(40772116 40599421);; 国家重点规划研究项目973项目(2004CB720202)
【CateGory Index】: P512.2;P57
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