Geology of the China Seas

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  • Author : Pinxian Wang
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 702 pages
  • ISBN : 0444593942
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Geology of the China Seas

Geology of the China Seas
  • Author : Pinxian Wang,Qianyu Li,Chun-Feng Li
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 07 June 2014
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Geology of the China Seas represents the first English-language synthesis of the available research into the geology of the South and East China Seas. Among the marginal basins worldwide, these areas have been the focus of extensive research activities in the last three decades, and are now among the global hot spots in hydrocarbon explorations and scientific investigations. The region is experiencing rapid economic development with the offshore petroleum industry providing approximately one third of the domestic hydrocarbon production for

Marine Geology and Geotechnology of the South China Sea and Taiwan Strait

Marine Geology and Geotechnology of the South China Sea and Taiwan Strait
  • Author : Ronald C. Chaney
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 24 November 2020
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The waters and rich resources of the South China Sea are claimed by seven different countries, and it is estimated that approximately 40% of the world’s trade moves through the area. Marine Geology and Geotechnology of the South China Sea and Taiwan Strait examines the physiology, geology, and potential development of this important portion of the western Pacific Ocean’s largest marginal sea. The book covers multiple oceanographic topics, and further discusses topography, sedimentation, wave generation, and hazards such as

Geology of the China Seas

Geology of the China Seas
  • Author : Pinxian Wang,Qianyu Li,Chun-Feng Li
  • Publisher : Elsevier Science Limited
  • Release : 01 June 2014
GET THIS BOOK Geology of the China Seas

Geology of the China Seas represents the first English-language synthesis of the available research into the geology of the South and East China Seas. Among the marginal basins worldwide, these areas have been the focus of extensive research activities in the last three decades, and are now among the global hot spots in hydrocarbon explorations and scientific investigations. The region is experiencing rapid economic development with the offshore petroleum industry providing approximately one third of the domestic hydrocarbon production for

Oceanology of China Seas

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  • Author : Zhou Di,Liang Yan-Bo,Zeng Cheng-Kui (C.K. Tseng)
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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This collection of 52 papers presents the state-of-the-art of Oceanology of China Seas, including Yellow Sea, East China Sea and South China Sea. The papers are published in two volumes comprising six parts: Volume 1: Physical Oceanography, Marine Chemistry and Marine Biology. Volume 2: Marine Geology, Coastal Research and Marine Physics and Technology. The purpose of this book is to introduce to the world the most representative research of Chinese oceanographers and provide marine developers with a significant reference work. For marine scientists

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  • Author : Yanli Lei,Tiegang Li
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 30 November 2016
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This atlas gives a comprehensive account on the benthic foraminiferal fauna in the China Seas, especially on the Bohai and the Yellow Seas. Details of about 183 species, subjected to 5 orders, 52 families and 92 genera are included. For each species there is a brief description of the morphological characteristics, synonymised names, measurements and geographical distribution worldwide, as well as a top-level elegant plate illustrated the fossil and live specimens. It could be used as a reference book for researchers working at marine

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  • Author : Mark J. Valencia
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 October 2013
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The South China Sea: Hydrocarbon Potential and Possibilities of Joint Development presents the proceedings of the EAPI/CCOP Workshop East-West Center held in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 5-12, 1980. The book contains papers on the geology and offshore hydrocarbon potential in the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia; and on the need for certain basic prerequisites for initiating and maintaining rational and orderly oil and gas exploration and development programs. The text also presents papers on the establishment of effective production-sharing type tax

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  • Author : Pinxian Wang,Qianyu Li
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 27 May 2009
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Pinxian Wang and Qianyu Li The South China Sea (SCS) (Fig. 1. 1) offers a special attraction for Earth scientists world-wide because of its location and its well-preserved hemipelagic sediments. As the largest one of the marginal seas separating Asia from the Paci?c, the largest continent from the largest ocean, the SCS functions as a focal point in land-sea int- actions of the Earth system. Climatically, the SCS is located between the Western Paci?c Warm Pool, the centre of global

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  • Author : Yin-can YE
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 June 2017
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Marine Geo-Hazards in China, the first book to focus specifically on potential marine geological hazards in China, includes 19 chapters with varying focus on key issues surrounding the topic. Early chapters discuss the historical background, research progress, and geological environments in China's sea area. Next, multiple chapters present special topics on geological hazards in China's sea area, including its disaster pregnant environment, mechanisms of disaster change, the development regularity and disaster formation process, and existing or potential dangers and countermeasures. Final

Sharing the Resources of the Sourth China Sea

Sharing the Resources of the Sourth China Sea
  • Author : Mark John Valencia,Jon M. Van Dyke,Noel A. Ludwig
  • Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • Release : 20 May 1997
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All of the national claims to South China Sea area islands & ocean space have weaknesses. The dangerous & unstable state created by the unilateral actions of claimants & by the continuing opportunities for outside powers' involvement demand an appropriate measure. This book offers several possible regional interim solutions. The authors propose a regional multinational solution for part of the area because other alternatives appear impractical. Division or allocation of the features & ocean space among the competing claimants seems unfeasible because of sharp

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  • Author : P.D. Clift,J. Harff,J. Wu,Y. Qui
  • Publisher : Geological Society of London
  • Release : 02 September 2016
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The rivers of East Asia are some of the largest and most important to human society and the global economy. They drain a variety of terrains from the Tibetan plateau, the hill country of southern China and the steep mountains of Taiwan. The sediment they carry potentially records the longterm evolution of continental environments within the marine stratigraphic record. Sediments reaching the ocean have to traverse the wide continental shelves where they may be reworked and transported by longshore currents,

Continental Shelves of the World

Continental Shelves of the World
  • Author : F.L. Chiocci ,A.R. Chivas
  • Publisher : Geological Society of London
  • Release : 06 November 2014
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The world's continental shelves are the sites of vast resources of food, energy and minerals, the exploitation of which is continuously increasing. Fluctuating global sea levels throughout the Quaternary period produced multiple transgressive and regressive cycles that profoundly affected and shaped these shelves. The complex interactions among climate, sea level, tectonics, oceanography and sediment input have formed distinctive sediment packages on each shelf and provide a guide to the interpretation of older shelf sequences throughout the geological record. This Memoir