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Distribution characteristics and paleo-climatic significance of continental climate-sensitive sediments in the Late Cretaceous in China

XU Bin XIANG Fang LI Shuxia

Distribution characteristics and paleo-climatic significance of continental climate-sensitive sediments in the Late Cretaceous in China[J]. 煤田地质与勘探, 2021, 49(5): 190-199. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1001-1986.2021.05.021
引用本文: Distribution characteristics and paleo-climatic significance of continental climate-sensitive sediments in the Late Cretaceous in China[J]. 煤田地质与勘探, 2021, 49(5): 190-199. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1001-1986.2021.05.021
XU Bin, XIANG Fang, LI Shuxia. Distribution characteristics and paleo-climatic significance of continental climate-sensitive sediments in the Late Cretaceous in China[J]. COAL GEOLOGY & EXPLORATION, 2021, 49(5): 190-199. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1001-1986.2021.05.021
Citation: XU Bin, XIANG Fang, LI Shuxia. Distribution characteristics and paleo-climatic significance of continental climate-sensitive sediments in the Late Cretaceous in China[J]. COAL GEOLOGY & EXPLORATION, 2021, 49(5): 190-199. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1001-1986.2021.05.021

Distribution characteristics and paleo-climatic significance of continental climate-sensitive sediments in the Late Cretaceous in China

doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1001-1986.2021.05.021
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    Author Bio:

    XU Bin, born in 1988, male, from Shaoyang City, Hunan, doctor, lecturer, mainly engaged in the research direction of geological hazards and prevention and control countermeasures. E-mail: jinzigaofeng@126.com

    Corresponding author: XIANG Fang, born in 1974, female, from Chengdu City, Sichuan, doctor, professor, engaged in the research direction of sedimentology. E-mail: xiangf@cdut.edu.cn
  • Fig. 1  Continental climate-sensitive sediments and distribution of climatic zones in the early Late Cretaceous

    Fig. 2  Continental climate-sensitive sediments and distribution of climatic zones in the middle Late Cretaceous

    Fig. 3  Continental climate-sensitive sediments and distribution of climatic zones in the late period of Late Cretaceous

    Fig. 4  Main continental sedimentary basins in the Late Cretaceous in China(Comprehensive compilation based on Cao, 2010, 2013; A. Ziegler et al., 2011)

    JY-Jiayin Basin; SL-Songliao Basin; NH-Nanhua North Basin; HF - Hefei Basin; SB - Subei Basin; HH - South Huanghai Basin; JH - Jianghan Basin; YM - Yuanma (Yuanling-Mayang) Basin; SC - Sichuan Basin; CX - Chuxiong Basin; TL - Tarim Basin; ZG - Junggar Basin; Th - Tuha Basin; YE – Yin'e (Yingen-Ejina Banner) Basin; EL - Erlian Basin; F1 - Yilan Yitong Fault; F2 - Dunhua-Mishan Fault; F3 - Altun Fault; F4 - Jinshajiang-Honghe Fault; F5-Bangong-Nujiang Suture Zone; F6 - Tanlu Fault Zone; F7 - Longmenshan Fault; F8 - Ganzhou-Hangzhou Fault Zone;

    Table  1  Types of continental climate-sensitive sediments and their climate significance

    Main category Sub-category Specific sedimentary types described in the literature Climate type indicated
    Calcareous sediment[39] Limy conglomerate Arid and semiarid climate
    Calcareous sandstone Limy grit; Calcareous grit; Calcareous feldspathic quartz sandstone; Calcareous lithic sandstone; Calcareous and argillaceous lithic feldspathic sandstone; Ostracod calcareous sandstone; Limy dolomitic sandstone
    Calcareous siltstone Limy silty, fine sandstone; Calcareous and argillaceous lithic siltstone;
    Calcareous mudstone Calcareous silty claystone; Gravel-bearing calcareous silty mudstone
    Calcareous concretion Limy concretions, calcareous clumps, limy clumps
    Combustible organic rock[36, 40, 48-49] Coal Coal, carbonized coal; carbonaceous shale Subtropical-temperate warm and humid climate
    Oil shale
    Evaporite [50] Gypsum Anhydrite; massive gypsum; powdered gypsum; thin and vein gypsum; gypsum-bearing silty clay; gypsum mudstone; gypsum-bearing silty mudstone Semiarid and arid subtropical warm and dry climate
    Halite Hot and dry climate
    Desert sedimentary system [35] Ventifact; sand dunes; wadi; wet interdune and evaporative interdune Tropical and subtropical dry and hot climate
    Ferruginous sediments[34] Ferruginous sandstone; ferruginous mudstone Subtropical-tropical hot and humid climate
    Copper-bearing sediment [37] Copper-bearing siltstone Semiarid climate with humid to arid transition
    Volcano-related sediments[44] Volcanic rock Andesitic basalt, basalt; diorite porphyrite vein; rhyolite, silicified rhyolite High-temperature environment
    Pyroclastic rock Volcanic breccia and tuffaceous breccia; tuff; tuffaceous conglomerate; tuffaceous sandstone; tuffaceous mudstone
    Limestone[38] Calcarenite; hafnon limestone; oolitic limestone; algal limestone; biological limestone; marl, gray marl and shell marl; laminar micrite; microcrystalline limestone lens; crystal powder-micritic dolomite-bearing limestone Warm and dry environment with high temperature
    Dolomite[45, 50] Calcareous dolomite; crystal powder lime-dolomite; crystal powder lime-dolomite; argillaceous dolomite; dolomitic (argillaceous) shale Hot dry environment
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