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【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 30, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 249 0
Hu Xiumian, Hou Mingcai, Lai Wen
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 30, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 233 2
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 29, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 256 1
Qi Zhe, Hou Mingcai, Xu Shenglin et al.
Keywords： northwestern margin of Upper Yangtze；Dengying Formation of the Sinian；carbonate rocks；polarized photomicrograph
Abstract：The paper presents a dataset of marine carbonate rocks from the Sinian Dengying Formation on the northwestern margin of the Yangtze, which was the first large-scale carbonate formation deposited in the Upper Yangtze region after the Nanh...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 29, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 310 1
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 29, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 195 1
Liu Yanpeng, Hou Mingcai, Liu Xiaojian et al.
Keywords： Bohai Bay Basin；buried hill；granite；glutenite
Abstract：The Bohai Bay Basin is bordered by the Jiaoliao Uplift in the east, Taihangshan Uplift in the west, and limited by the Luxi Uplift and Yanshan Fold Belt in the north and south respectively. Overall, the basin is in the shape of an irregu...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 267 2
Ma Qianli, Chai Rong, Yang Jianghai et al.
Keywords： Mesozoic；metamorphic grains；mid-Yangtze；microscopic image
Abstract：This study presents a microscopic image dataset of the Triassic-Jurassic clastic rocks in Mid-Yangtze. Our samples are mainly medium to coarse sandstone. We systematically analyzed and partially counted detrital components of 86 samples,...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 312 0
Chao Hui, Hou Mingcai, Cao Haiyang et al.
Keywords： geological data；micrograph data；informatization；mineralogy；sedimentology
Abstract：Micrographs of thin sections, which are even more important now than ever as Big Data is becoming a new engine of scientific discovery, have been the basis for geological research. Micrograph data are a powerful form of geoscience data. ...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 242 0
Chang Xiaolin, Hou Mingcai, Liu Xinchun et al.
Keywords： Upper Ordovician；Northwest Tarim；Middle Yangtze region；carbonate；fossil fragment
Abstract：The Late Ordovician is a crucial period in the long geological history, during which carbonates deposited record the changes of the earth’s environment, as well as provide a foundation for the study of extinction events at the end of the...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 2 304 0
Li Panpan, Li Yangbing, Chen Xin et al.
Keywords： thin section；tight sandstone；Linxing block；Upper Paleozoic；Ordos Basin
Abstract：Large-scale tight sandstone gas reservoirs developed from the Upper to the Lower Paleozoic in the Linxing block on the eastern edge of the Ordos Basin, with Benxi, Taiyuan, Shanxi, Xiashihezi, Shangshihezi, and Shiqianfeng Formations. Ti...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 27, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 186 0
Xu Yiwei, Hu Xiumian, Sun Gaoyuan
Keywords： Lhasa terrane；mid-Cretaceous；Langshan Formation；Photomicrograph
Abstract：Microfacies analysis constitutes the basis for studying carbonate depositional environments. Although a scholarly tendency to categorize microfacies into distinct types is observed, there is a risk of ignoring continuity and congruity be...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 27, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 262 0
Li Juan, Hu Xiumian
Keywords： carbonate；Early Paleogene；Late Cretaceous；photomicrograph；Tibetan Himalaya
Abstract：Late Cretaceous to Early Paleogene shallow marine carbonates in Tibetan Himalaya have been determined to document the Neo-Tethys Ocean’s final stages. In this study, we use a polarized microscope and collected polarized microphotographs ...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 27, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 236 0
Cai Wenpeng, Hou Mingcai, Chen Hanzhi et al.
Keywords： Southern lower Yangtze；Late Devonian–Early Carboniferous；Wutong group；siliciclastic rocks；micrograph dataset
Abstract：At the end of the Caledonian orogeny, most parts of Southern China were exposed to and suffered from variable levels of weathering and denudation. The Devonian transgression submerged most of the Yangtze block, through which terrigenous ...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 25, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 313 0
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 25, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 292 0
Dong Xiaolong, Hu Xiumian, Lai Wen
Keywords： sand grains；photomicrograph；sedimentology；machine learning；Yarlung Tsangpo；river sand
Abstract：A vital step in river provenance analysis is analyzing and identifying sand and sediment components. Traditional statistical processes not only are time consuming and laborious but also yield data with uneven quality. Since these data ar...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 23, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 196 0
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 21, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 282 0
Han Zhong, Hu Xiumian
Keywords： thin sections；polarized photomicrograph；Tethys Himalaya；Jurassic；carbonate rocks
Abstract：Jurassic, well exposed in the Tethys Himalaya in southern Tibet (China), are important for studying the evolution of the paleo-ocean, paleoenvironment, and paleogeography of the eastern Tethys. Additionally, it is important to understand...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 18, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 266 0
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 16, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 274 0
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 3, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 198 0
Chai Hanbing, Xing Fengcun, Gu Qiang et al.
Keywords： northwestern margin of Upper Yangtze；Lower Triassic Feixianguan Formation；carbonate rock；biological extinction；micro-atlas
Abstract：Carbonate platform-basin facies developed during the Early Triassic Feixianguan Formation in the northwestern margin of the Upper Yangtze. Studies of rock characteristics (such as structure and formation) under a microscope provide intui...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 1, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 211 0
Lai Wen, Jiang Jingxin, Qiu Jiansheng et al.
Keywords： thin section；polarized photomicrograph；sedimentary rocks；igneous rocks；metamorphicrocks ; petrology; Nan；ng Univer；ty
Abstract：Thin sections have played an irreplaceable role in the nearly 100-year history of petrology teaching and research in the School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Nanjing University. Despite their depletion, loss, supplementation, and up...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Aug. 31, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 308 0
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Aug. 31, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 247 0
Feng Wei, He Feng, Zhou Yinsheng et al.
Keywords： Permian sandstone；volcanolithic fragment；southwest China；micrographs；digitization
Abstract：We collected micrographs of Permian volcanolithic fragment-bearing sandstones from southwestern China and built a microscopic-image dataset. This study attempts to present this dataset and introduce the lithic characteristics of represen...
【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Aug. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 306 0
Lai Wen, Zhang Yiqiu, Hu Xiumian et al.
Keywords： thin section；polarized photomicrograph；siliciclastic rocks；central-northern Lhasa Terrane；cretaceous；Tibetan Plateau
Abstract：At least 5 units of Cretaceous clastic rocks have been discovered to widely outcrop on the central-northern Lhasa terrane, Tibet. These sedimentary rocks accurately encode information on a series of major geological events such as the de...
【Biodiversity in China】Published: Sept. 22, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 4314 33
Li Wenqing, Yin Zhaoji, Chen Kaiyun et al.
Keywords： northwest Yunnan；seed plants；county-level；catalogue
Abstract：Located in the southern part of Hengduan Mountains, northwest Yunnan is one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. However, despite its rich plant diversity, the region has been understudied as a locus for plant data acquisition, especial...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 17, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 7002 111
Wang Juanle, Wang Xiaojie, Wang Mingming et al.
Keywords： demography；population density；spatial distribution；township-level；China
Abstract：Township is so far the smallest unit for official demographic statistics in China. When correlated with administrative boundary, demographic data can be used to analyze the spatial distribution of population, which is significant for res...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Aug. 18, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 8070 238
Song Zhiyong, Hui Bingwei, Fan Hongqi et al.
Keywords： dim target；target detection；target tracking；radar echo sequence；dataset
Abstract：Radar detection and tracking of dim targets under clutter has been a hot yet difficult issue in the fields of military and civilian applications, such as low-altitude security prevention and control, regional situation monitoring, long-r...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Aug. 17, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 15755 517
Hui Bingwei, Song Zhiyong, Fan Hongqi et al.
Keywords： infrared dim-small target；fixed wing target；target detection；target tracking；infrared image sequence
Abstract：Infrared detection and tracking of dim-small targets has been a major content of military application studies concerning, for example, long-range precision strike, aerospace defense confrontation, battlefield intelligence and reconnaissa...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Aug. 9, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 5070 61
Duan Quntao, Luo Lihui
Keywords： Qinghai-Tibet Plateau；human activity intensity；human footprint
Abstract：In the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (QTP) where the ecological system is fragile and sensitive, increasing human activities have led to a series of ecological and environmental issues, which provoked social controversies in the recent years. A ...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Aug. 7, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 3918 26
Guo Chang, Hu Di, Du xiaohan et al.
Keywords： historical GIS；profile of figures；spatio-temporal data；historical culture；Nanjing
Abstract：Profile data is the basis for studies of historical figures in this information age. This study draws sources from published materials including Biography of Academic Figures in Nanjing During the Republic of China, History of the Rep...
【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Aug. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 2438 15
Li Gouxia, Wu Ruijun, Jiang Jun et al.
Keywords： Loess Plateau；loessial soil；continuous fertilization；soil moisture
Abstract：Loessial soil is the major type of cultivated land in the loess hilly and gully area of northern Shaanxi. It has a thick soil layer which can store a large amount of rainwater. It acts as the “moisture reservoir” vital for crop growth on...
【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Aug. 24, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 3841 22
Zhang Xifeng, TANG Jia-liang, Gao Meirong et al.
Keywords： purple soil；soil water moisture；long-term monitoring；dataset
Abstract：Soil water is the main carrier of particle, colloid and substance transport in farmland soil ecosystem. Besides, it is also a key factor for material exchange and energy transfer in soil-plant-atmosphere continuum, and has an important i...
【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Aug. 9, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 3403 28
Liu Xuyan, Tang Xinzhai, Zhu Zhilin et al.
Keywords： Chinese Ecosystem Research Network (CERN)；field stations；pH；TDS；precipitation；surface water；groundwater
Abstract：Water pH and total dissolved solid (TDS) contents are important monitoring indicators of the Chinese Ecosystem Research Network (CERN). The long-term measurements of pH and TDS are important data for studying long-term changes of water q...