辜学达, 赵友年. 论青藏高原之印支运动[J]. 地质通报, 1988, (2): 41-48+29.
    引用本文: 辜学达, 赵友年. 论青藏高原之印支运动[J]. 地质通报, 1988, (2): 41-48+29.
    GU Xue-da, ZHAO You-nian. ON THE INDOSINAN MOVEMENT ON THE QINGHAI-XIZANG (TIBET) PLATEAU[J]. Geological Bulletin of China, 1988, (2): 41-48+29.
    Citation: GU Xue-da, ZHAO You-nian. ON THE INDOSINAN MOVEMENT ON THE QINGHAI-XIZANG (TIBET) PLATEAU[J]. Geological Bulletin of China, 1988, (2): 41-48+29.

    论青藏高原之印支运动

    ON THE INDOSINAN MOVEMENT ON THE QINGHAI-XIZANG (TIBET) PLATEAU

    • 摘要: 本文从区域地质资料分析入手,将青藏高原印支运动划分为早、中,晚三幕五期。详细介绍了印支运动各幕的地质证据、活动性质、分布范围、沉积建造特点,并对印度和华夏古大陆之间的特提斯海的构造演化历史及其基本特征进行了初步的探讨。

       

      Abstract: According to an analysis and study of the data of regional geology, this paper discusses in detail the nature and age division of the Indosinian movement on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau and the evolutionary characteristics of the plateau. The age and sequence of various stages and episodes of the Indo-Sinian movement are shown as follows. The evolutionary characteristics of the Indosinian Qinghai-Tibet plateau are as follows: I. In the Hercynian, India and Cathaysia were subjected to extension and disintegration. From the continent to the center of the oceanic basin, there occurred successively continental fluvial-lacustrine formation→continental-margin plateau carbonate formation→continental rise or slope (miogeosyncline) flysch formation→abyssal siliceous volcanic rock (flysch) formation→ophiolitic m lange formation, which shows the feature of symmetrical spreading of the ocean (geosyncline). 2. In the early Indosinian, the Qingling, Qilian and Kunlun sea basins first closed, in the middle Indosinian, the Bayan Har Sea closed and Cathesia aeereted up to the vicinity of the Nujiang River in the late Indosinian,the Tethyan Sea of Qinghai-Tibet further shrank, giving rise to asymmetricalclose-up of the ocean and unidirectional inversion of the geosyncline. 3, Qiang-tang, Tanggula, Qamdo and the "Sanjiang (Three-River)"region lying betweenthe Nujiang-Bangong Co and Jinshajiang fault belts were assembled by the In-dian and Cathesian land masses which have different natures.

       

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