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    Spatial and Temporal Evolution of Cenozoic Carbonate Platforms on the Continental Margins of the South China Sea: Response to Opening of the Ocean Basin.Shiguo Wu, Xinyuan Zhang, Zhen Yang, Tuoyu Wu, Jinwei Gao & Dawei Wang - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (3):SP1-SP19.
    Widespread and tremendously thick Cenozoic carbonate sequences are present along the margins of the South China Sea. However, most of the sequences have been drowned since the Late Miocene. The stratigraphic architecture of the carbonate platforms in the SCS can provide information on the tectonic evolution of the ocean basin. Based on 2D/3D seismic, well and regional geologic data, we have interpreted the Cenozoic SCS carbonate platforms along the continental margins. The carbonate platforms developed during rifting and initiated on the (...)
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    Morphology, Architecture, and Evolutionary Processes of the Zhongjian Canyon Between Two Carbonate Platforms, South China Sea.Yintao Lu, Wei Li, Shiguo Wu, Bryan T. Cronin, Fuliang Lyu, Bin Wang, Taotao Yang & Benjun Ma - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SO1-SO15.
    Two isolated Neogene carbonate platforms have developed in the rifted uplifts since the Early Miocene. A large-scale submarine canyon system, the Zhongjian Canyon, has developed in the tectonic depression between the two platforms since the Middle Miocene. High-resolution bathymetry data and 2D and 3D seismic data reveal the existence of the ZJC on the present seafloor, as well as in Neogene intervals. It exhibits typical characteristics of deepwater canyons that cut the surrounding rocks and indicate strong erosional features. The ZJC (...)
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    Seismic Sedimentological Evidence for Filling Process of Western Central Canyon System Controlled by the Evolution of the Tibetan Plateau and the East Asia Monsoon Since the Late Miocene, South China Sea.Dawei Wang, Hongliu Zeng, Shiguo Wu, Weiwei Wang, Qingping Li & Lijun Mi - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):SD41-SD55.
    Three-dimensional blended data, comprised of amplitude and coherence cubes, are used to analyze the evolution of the Central Canyon System since the Late Miocene within the western Qiongdongnan Basin, South China Sea. The evolution of the canyon since the late Miocene includes two phases and five stages, with a dramatic change of deepwater sediment bodies from early, predominantly axial channel-levee deposits to late, primarily side mass-transport deposits. During the first and second stages, axial CLDs derived from the western slope of (...)
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    Linkage Between Filling Process of Western Central Canyon System and Evolution of Tectonics and East Asia Monsoon Since the Late Miocene Within Qiongdongnan Basin, South China Sea.Dawei Wang, Hongliu Zeng, Shiguo Wu, Weiwei Wang, Qingping Li & Lijun Mi - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-34.
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    Introduction to Special Section: The South China Sea Deep-Water: Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Resources.Guangfa Zhong, Hongliu Zeng, Shiguo Wu, Char-Shine Liu, Weilin Zhu, Shengxiong Yang, Xinong Xie & Haibin Song - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (3):SPi-SPi.
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    Gas Hydrate Quantification in Walker Ridge Block 313, Gulf of Mexico From Full-Waveform Inversion of Ocean-Bottom Seismic Data.Jiliang Wang, Priyank Jaiswal, Seth S. Haines, Yihong Yang, Patrick E. Hart & Shiguo Wu - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-56.
    The Gulf of Mexico Joint Industry Project Leg 2 logging-while-drilling data in Walker Ridge Lease Block 313 in the Gulf of Mexico detected gas hydrate in both coarse- and fine-grained sediments at sites WR313-G and WR313-H. The coarse-grained units are thin and highly saturated while the fine-grained unit is thick with low-saturation and fracture-filling gas hydrate. Unlike its coarse-grained counterpart, the seismic character of the fine-grained unit does not clearly indicate the presence of gas hydrate, which likely would have remained (...)
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    High-Resolution Acoustic Data Revealing Periplatform Sedimentary Characteristics in the Xisha Archipelago, South China Sea.Benjun Ma, Zhiliang Qin, Shiguo Wu, Guanqiang Cai, Xiangbo Li, Bin Wang, Xueqin Liu, Yongpeng Qin & Xiaoxia Huang - 2021 - Interpretation 9 (2):T533-T547.
    Newly collected high-resolution acoustic data are used to describe the morphologies and sedimentary characteristics along the slopes of isolated carbonate platforms in the Xisha Archipelago. Based on multibeam bathymetric and seismic data, we have identified seven types of morphological and depositional features around the platforms, including erosive grooves, mass transport deposits, gullies, confined channels, canyons, mounded sediments, and marginal contourite depressions. The occurrence of erosive channelized features around the platforms indicates that gravity flow is a major sediment-export mechanism for the (...)
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