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  1. Multistage Unidirectionally Migrating Canyons and the Evolution of Their Trajectories in the Canyon Zone in the Baiyun Sag, Northern South China Sea: Insights Into Canyon Genesis.Chao Fu, Xinghe Yu, Shunli Li, Shan Xin, Yulin He & Lina Jin - 2021 - Interpretation 9 (2):SB17-SB32.
    In deep-sea slope areas, canyons provide an ideal space to preserve sediments and provide a window to explore the deepwater deposition process, such as turbidity flow and contourite currents. We have evaluated results of the study of the northern continental slope of the South China Sea characterized by the presence of mostly straight canyons. After evaluating core samples and interpreting the corresponding seismic data, we static the sedimentary parameter and identified two types of canyons with different migrating trajectories: “convex downward (...)
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  • Sequence Architecture and Depositional Evolution of Eocene to Oligocene, Synrift to Early Postrift Strata in the Baiyun Sag, South China Sea.Nanan Gao, Changsong Lin, Kenneth Eriksson, Zhongtao Zhang, Bo da GaoZhang, Liangfeng Shu & An Wei - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (2):T309-T329.
    The Pearl River Mouth Basin, located on the northern continental margin of the South China Sea, underwent a complex evolution during the Paleogene. We have focused on the Baiyun Sag in the PRMB with the goal of constructing the architecture and depositional evolution of the Eocene–Early Oligocene synrift stage to the Late Oligocene early postrift stage of basin evolution. Based on analysis of 3D seismic data complemented by well logs and cores, the Paleogene basin fills can be classified into three (...)
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