Depositional history, tectonics, and provenance of the cambrian-ordovician boundary interval in the western margin of the North China block
Cambrian–Ordovician strata of the North China block, one of China’s main tectonic provinces, are a thick (up to 1800 m) succession of mixed carbonate and siliciclastic sedimentary rocks. Sedimentological, biostratigraphic, and chemostratigraphic analysis of strata that straddle the Cambrian-Ordovician boundary at the Subaiyingou section in the present-day western part of Inner Mongolia (northwest China) indicate the presence of a significant unconformity between mixed...[Show more]
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