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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 2000-01
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MAGNETIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONTINENTAL CRUSTAL CROSS-SECTION IN THE CENTRAL NORTH CHINA CRATON: IMPLICATIONS FOR DEEP GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE AND GEODYNAMICAL PROCESSES

LIU QING-SHENG(Department of Applied Geophysics, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China)GAO SHAN; LIU YONG-SHENG(Deparlment of Geochemistry, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China)  
The saturation magnetization (Js) and saturation isothermal remanentmagnetization (JSIRM) are measured for 44 samples from the Wutai-Jining crustalcross-section in central North China Craton. Results show that rock magnetismprimarily depends on metamorphic grade and less depends on lithology. Thegreenschist-, amphibolite- and granulite-factes rocks have average saturationmagnetization (Js) of 58.7A/m, 686.2A/m and 1068.0A/m, respectively, and their J_SIRMare 4.lA / m, 77.9A / m and 138.4A / m, respectively. Variation coefficients (V_c) of Jsincreases from 62.2% in the upper crust through 62.5% in the middle crust to 143.7%in the lower crust. Similarily, J_SIRM increases from 70.7 through 86.1, to 165.4%. Thisdocuments considerably greater heterogeneity in the lower crust compared to the upperand middle crust. Combination with longwavelength magnetic anomalies from Magsatinfers that the Jining terrain is responsible for lower crustal magnetization in the region.If thermal viscous remanent magnetization (TVRM) is dominate component ofremanent magnetization, the total magnetization of lower crust in the central NorthChina craton may reach 4.85A / m. The value is comparable to the magnetizationof the lower crust from shield areas in other parts of the world.
【Fund】: 国家杰出青年科学基金!49625305;;国家自然科学基金!49174199;;国家教委基金
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