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Chinese Science Bulletin, Volume 64, Issue 11: 1103-1105(2019) https://doi.org/10.1360/N972019-00130

Advances of Cenozoic magnetostratigraphy of the Xining Basin

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  • ReceivedFeb 19, 2019
  • AcceptedMar 13, 2019

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  • Figure 1

    Correlation of Cenozoic magnetostratigraphic sections in the Xining Basin. (a)–(c) Lithology, magnetic polarity directions and zones of the Tashan section[2]; (d)–(f) Lithology, magnetic polarity directions and zones of the Xiejia-Tashan drilling sections[3,4]; (g) Geomagnetic polarity time scale[5]; (h)–(j) and (k)–(n) are the zones and directions of magnetic polarities and the lithology of the Houwan section and the Shuiwan-Guanjiashan-East Xining section, respectively; (o) Lithology, magnetic polarity directions and zones of the Mojiazhuang section[6]; (p) Lithology, magnetic polarity directions and zones of the middle Xiejia section bearing the Xiejia fauna[7], with the far left for the reinterpretation of the observed magnetic polarity zones in this study; (q)–(r) Magnetic polarity zones and directions of magnetic polarities and the lithology of the Shuiwan-Tiefo-East Xining section[3,8,9]; (s)–(u) Lithology[3], magnetic polarity directions and zones of the Bingling shan section

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