扬子板块北缘中段多期褶皱构造的变形特征及叠加关系

Translated title of the contribution: Structural style and superposed relationship of multi-period folds in the middle segment of Northern Yangtze Block

Kai Wang, Shaofeng Liu*, Chengxin Jiang, Ping Wang, Yan Zhang, Yong Meng

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

The northern Yangtze Block went through many periods of deformation, within which the early-period structural styles were destroyed and replaced by later ones. Fortunately, records of the early-period deformation styles are reserved in the Nanzhang area, which is tectonically located between the two arc-shaped fault-belts in the northern Yangtze Block: Daba Shan and Dahong Shan. Three phases of folding were recognized in the Dayang synclinorium area, namely the first stage NW-SE trending folds, second stage NE-SW trending folds, and the third stage E-W trending folds. The three phases of folding correspond to the tectonic deformations such as the northward subduction of the Yangtze Block with later intra-continental deformation, the northwest-ward thrusts of the Jiangnan-Xuefeng fold blets and the southwest-ward propagation of Daba Shan fault belts during the late Jurassic to early Cretaceous, respectively.

Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)231-240
Number of pages10
JournalGeotectonica et Metallogenia
Volume39
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2015
Externally publishedYes

Bibliographical note

=Yáng zǐ bǎn kuài běi yuán zhōng duàn duō qī zhě zhòu gòu zào dí biàn xíng tè zhēng jí dié jiā guān xì

Keywords

  • Foreland fold thrust belt
  • Northern Yangtze Block
  • Superposed fold

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