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Building of the South China Block and its relevance to assembly and breakup of Rodinia supercontinent: Observations,interpretations and tests

LI Xian-hua1,LI Wu-xian2,HE Bin2 1.Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029,China; 2.Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Guangzhou 510640,China  
We present in this paper a comprehensive review of the major advancements of the Precambrian geological evolution of South China.Emphases are placed on the formation of the South China Block by amalgamation between the Yangtze and the Cathaysia blocks in early Neoproterozoic,rifting-related intracontinental magmatism and basin evolution in the South China in middle Neoproterozic and their relevance to the assemblage and break-up of Rodinia supercontinent.We also revisit some major issues and controversies on geological evolution and geodynamics in Neoproterozoic South China,and suggest further investigations for improving Precambrian research of South China.
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