Gondwana Dispersion and Asian Accretion

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Presenting the latest data, together with interpretation and synthesis of the region, these papers cover both continental terrains and suture zones. They provide insights intio the Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion processes.
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Presenting the latest data, together with interpretation and synthesis of the region, these papers cover both continental terrains and suture zones. They provide insights intio the Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion processes.
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Contains 18 papers reporting on the result of a six-year project of the International Geological Correlation Program. Contributions reflect the multidisciplinary and international collaborative nature of the project and provide important new data. Papers cover both continental terranes and suture zones and provide insights on the Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion processes that led to the assembly of modern-day Asia. Specific topics include the Indochina- South China plate boundary problem, and evolution of the South Kitakami microcontinent during the Early-Middle Paleozoic. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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  • ISBN-13: 9789054104469
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1999
  • Pages: 386
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface 1
Introduction 3
Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion: An overview 9
Relationship between the Chinese continental blocks and Gondwana 29
Some tectonic aspects of the pre-Jurassic accretionary evolution of East Asia 37
Rift-drift history and the amalgamation of Shan-Thai and Indochina/East Malaya blocks 67
Triassic to Jurassic dextral ductile shearing along the eastern margin of Asia: A synthesis 89
Early-middle Palaeozoic vertebrate faunas in relation to Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion 115
Accretion history of Borneo inferred from the polyphase structural features in the Meratus Mountains 141
Recycling and interaction of the crust and upper mantle in the Qinling Orogen: Isotopic and trace element evidence 161
Occurrence and tectonic significance of Paleozoic and Mesozoic radiolaria in Thailand and Malaysia 175
The Phanerozoic apparant polar wander path for the Korean Peninsula and its tectonic implication 197
Discussion on geochemical division and affinity of East Asia Blocks: Implications for Tectonic Framework 211
The Carboniferous floras of Southeast Asia: Implications for the relationships and timing of accretion of some Southeast Asian blocks 229
Gondwana marginal subduction zone deduced from chemistry of chromium spinels in Upper Devonian sandstone, Japan 247
The Palaco-Tethys in mainland Southeast Asia: Contributions from radiolarian studies 259
Origin and evolution of the South Kitakami microcontinent during the Early-Middle Palaeozoic 283
The early Paleozoic paleogeography and tectonics in Vietnam/South China as markers for the Cenozoic tectonic offset along the Red River fault zone 297
Main tectonic units and geological evolution in South China and its environs: in the light of Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion 315
Review of the Indochina-South China plate boundary problem: Structure of the Song Ma-Song Da zone 341
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