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As China's most important gold‐producing district, the Jiaodong Peninsula also contains copper, lead–zinc, molybdenum (tungsten), and other nonferrous metal ore deposits, but the space–time and genetic relationships with gold deposits remain uncertain. To investigate the temporal relationship...
Extant Asplenium is one of the most widespread fern groups and occurs in the temperate and tropical regions. However, the fossil records of this genus are poorly documented, especially in the low latitudes. Here, a new species, Asplenium sanshuiense sp. nov. is described from the early Eocene of...
The marine sediments of the area of Verde Peninsula – Jabali Island (39°28′S/62°19′W–40°28′S/62°11′W) Holocene in age (3–2 ky), and modern beaches contain a significant amount of bioeroded mollusc shells. Fifteen sites were analyzed, in which 20.11% of the mollusc shells (2168 valves) presented...
We undertook zircon U–Pb dating and geochemical analyses of volcanic rocks from the Manitu Formation in the Hongol area, northeastern Inner Mongolia, to determine their age, petrogenesis and sources, which are important for understanding the Late Mesozoic tectonic evolution of the Great Xing'an...
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