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Aug 2009
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Fengli Yang, Haixiao Yu, Qinglin Zhang, Qianyu Li. Correlations between Shortening Rate, Uplift Rate, and Inversion Rate in Central Inversion Zone of Xihu Depression, East China Sea Basin. Journal of Earth Science, 2009, 20(4): 699-708. doi: 10.1007/s12583-009-0056-6
Citation: Fengli Yang, Haixiao Yu, Qinglin Zhang, Qianyu Li. Correlations between Shortening Rate, Uplift Rate, and Inversion Rate in Central Inversion Zone of Xihu Depression, East China Sea Basin. Journal of Earth Science, 2009, 20(4): 699-708. doi: 10.1007/s12583-009-0056-6

Correlations between Shortening Rate, Uplift Rate, and Inversion Rate in Central Inversion Zone of Xihu Depression, East China Sea Basin

doi: 10.1007/s12583-009-0056-6
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863 National High-tech Research and Development Major Projects of China 2006AA09A101

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  • Corresponding author: Yang Fengli, yangfl@tongji.edu.cn
  • Received Date: 20 Dec 2008
  • Accepted Date: 23 Feb 2009
  • Late Miocene shortening rate, uplift rate, and inversion rate in the central inversion zone of the Xihu (西湖) depression, East China Sea basin, were independently determined from a large number of 2D reflection seismic data and methods. Shortening rate was estimated from the 2DMOVE balanced cross-section technology, uplift rate was calculated after absolute erosions were determined from seismic data during the uplifting time, and inversion rate was measured using the improved calculation method by Song (1997). The cross correlations among shortening rate, uplift rate, and inversion rate show a good positive relationship, with some differences existing in local areas. This article analyzes the cross correlation between these structural rates and discusses the dynamics of mechanisms for basin inversion and their influence on hydrocarbon accumulation.

     

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