Series: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress Volume: 4
The 30th International Geological Congress was held in Beijing, China in August 1997. Leading scientists convened to present their findings and views to the international geological research community. Volume 4 of 26 focuses on the structure of the lithosphere and deep processes. All articles in the proceedings have been refereed and keynote papers have been included in Volume 1. These proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
Nature of lower crust and crust-mantle exchange, Deng Jinfu et al; the composition and ages of lower crust along Ningde-Hukou transect - constraints from geochemistry, neodymium isotope and detrital zircon ages, Fengqing Zhao et al; measurement of p-wave velocities in rocks of Qinling and North China - its applications for the crustal low velocity layers, Zi-Dan Zhao et al; elastic properties of crust and upper mantle - a new view, F. Wenzel et al; a combined genetic and nonlinear analytic inversion method for anisotropic media, Zhou Hui and He Qiaodeng; a finite-difference scheme and its stability criterion for elastic-wave equations in anisotropic media, Donghui Yang et al; geothermal structure along the profile from Manzhouli to Suifenhe, China, Jin Xu et al; global geoscience transect programme in Finland - the GGT/SVEKA transect, K. Korsman et al; global geoscience transect across Eurasia-Russian part (from Murmansk to Altai), A.S. Egorov et al; the lithospheric textural and structural features as well as oil and gas evaluation in lower Yangtze area and its adjacent region, China, Chen Husheng et al; the latest development in continental scientific drilling in China (CSDC), Liu Guangzhi; technical concept for the drilling of a 5000m deep scientific core-hole, Zhang Wei; the gravity field at the continental margin of South America (20-29 degrees S), H.-J. Gotze and A. Kirchner; receiver functions and Tibetan lithospheric structure, Wu Qingju and Zeng Rongsheng; lithospheric isostasy, flexure and the strength of upper mantle in Tibetan Plateau, Yong Wang et al; Australian continental-scale lineaments - evidence of reactivation of deep-seated structures and economic implications, C.I. Elliott et al.
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