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The initial break-up of Pangæa elicited by Late Palæozoic .

The break-up of Pangæa was principally facilitated by tensional plate stress acting on pre-existing suture zones. The rifting of Pangæa began during the Early Permian along the southern Tethys ...

Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced .

Abstract. AbstractThe Paleotethyan evolution of the Southeast Asia has become better understood in recent years. Questions remain, however, over the role of the Dien Bien Phu Suture Zone in the evolution of the Indochina Block and whether the Song Ma Suture represents the boundary between the Indochina Block and the South China Block.

Late Paleozoic to Early Mesozoic tectonic evolution of .

[3] Northeast Tibet (), located in the east‐central part of the Tethyan orogenic collage (Figure 1, inset), is a key region for unraveling the Late Paleozoic to Early Mesozoic Paleotethyan tectonic evolution of southern Eurasia.Numerous tectonic reconstructions have revealed that the Paleotethyan Ocean formed when a major collage of terranes, including the north China (NCB), south China (SCB ...

The initial break-up of Pangæa elicited by Late Palæozoic .

The break-up of Pangæa was principally facilitated by tensional plate stress acting on pre-existing suture zones. The rifting of Pangæa began during the Early Permian along the southern Tethys margin and produced the lenticular-shaped continent known as Cimmeria. A mantle-plume model is ascribed ...

Geochronological, geochemical, and Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic .

The evolution of the Paleo-Tethys recorded in the North Qiangtang and Indochina blocks (e.g., Zhai et al., 2016; Metcalfe, 2013; Wang et al., 2016, 2018) and the data presented in the present study suggest that the North Qiangtang, Simao, and Indochina blocks constituted a 3000–4000-km-long block that was parallel to the Cimmerian block at ...

Late Paleozoic to Early Mesozoic tectonic evolution of .

published data, help to constrain the Paleotethyan tectonic evolution of northeastern Tibet. 2. Geological Setting of the Yushu–Zhiduo Area 2.1. Northeast Tibet [6] A mosaic of terranes or blocks and associated Late Paleozoic to Early Mesozoic sutures forms an extensive curved belt that is approximately 2500 km long and 500 km

Provenance and paleogeography of the ... - SpringerLi

Abstract. The Muang Xai Basin, located in northern Laos, is associated with the Simao, Vientiane, and Khorat Basins. The paleogeographic link of these basins has not been investigated in great detail; thus, the investigation presented in this study is a comprehensive analysis of petrology, whole-rock geochemistry, and detrital zircon U–Pb chronology used to characterize the provenance of the ...

Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced .

The Paleotethyan evolution of the Southeast Asia has become better understood in recent years. Questions remain, however, over the role of the Dien Bien Phu Suture ...

The Triassic reworking of the Yunkai massif (South China .

Triassic tectonic evolution of the Yunkai massif is suggested to have been controlled by converging geodynamics of the South China and Indochina Blocks as well as mafic magma emplacement related to the Emeishan large igneous province (E-LIP).

Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced .

Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced from granites in northern Laos Shifeng Wang a, Yasi Mo b, Chao Wang , and Peisheng Ye a Institute of Geomechanics, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing 100081, China; b Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China

Geochemical and geochronological constrains on the Chiang .

New suture and terrane deduced from detrital chromian spinel in sandstone of the Nam Duk Formation, north-central Thailand. In: Dheeradilok P, Hinthong G, Chaodumrong P et al., eds. Proceedings of the International Conference on Stratigraphy and Tectonic Evolution of Southeast Asia and the South Pacific.

An indentation model for the North and South China .

Passive continental margins are geometrically irregular as a consequence of either triple‐junction evolution or the development of transfer zones in detachment fault systems, whereas active continental margins are smoothly arc‐shaped due to subduction of plates on the Earth's spherical surface.

Gondwana Research Open Access Articles - Elsevi

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1. Introduction - downloads.hindawi.c

The Sanjiang-Indochina region is one key area to study the evolution of the Tethys [1 – 10] (Figure 1).The Changning-Menglian zone was considered as the major faunal break between Gondwanan assemblage to the west and Cathaysian to the east [11, 12].The subduction-related magmatism occurred along the western edge of the Lanping-Simao-Indochina terrane throughout the Triassic and the closure ...

Gondwana Research | Vol 38, Pages 1-374 (October 2016 .

select article Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced from granites in northern Laos. Research article Open access Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced from granites in northern Laos. Shifeng Wang, Yasi Mo, Chao Wang, Peisheng Ye. Pages 183-196

Chao Wang | Ph.D | Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing .

The role of the Indochina block ,Simao-Qamdo block and the Qiangtang block are highly debated in the Tibet Paleozoic evolution study. as the south boundary of these blocks, the fetures of the ...

Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced .

Paleotethyan evolution of the Indochina Block as deduced from granites in northern Laos Shifeng Wang a,⁎,YasiMob, Chao Wangb,PeishengYea a Institute of Geomechanics, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing 100081, China b Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China article info abstract Article history: