Published time:
Paper status:
Article type:
Column:
Subject:

【Rocks under the Microscope】Released online:Sept. 24, 2021 237 4

Microscopic image data set of carbonate rocks of Leikoupo Formation of Middle Triassic in Central Sichuan

Li Keran, Song Jinmin, Liu Shugen et al.
Keywords: Central Sichuan basin;Leikoupo Formation;carbonate rocks;microscopic image
doi:10.11922/11-6035.csd.2021.0054.zh

Abstract:The carbonate rocks of the Leikoupo Formation are widely developed in Central Sichuan Basin, showing good exploration prospects and great exploration potential. Carbonate reservoirs in central Sichuan Basin are well developed, and variou...

【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 30, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 249 0

Introduction to Special Issue on Rocks under the Microscope

Hu Xiumian, Hou Mingcai, Lai Wen
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0088.zh.

【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 30, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 233 2

Photomicrograph dataset of Cambrian Miaolingian–Furongian carbonates at the Jiulongshan section in western Shandong


doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0066.zh

【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 29, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 256 1

A microscopic image dataset of Sinian carbonate from Dengying Formation on the northwestern margin of Upper Yangtze

Qi Zhe, Hou Mingcai, Xu Shenglin et al.
Keywords: northwestern margin of Upper Yangtze;Dengying Formation of the Sinian;carbonate rocks;polarized photomicrograph
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0069.zh

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

Dataset of microscopic images of rock slices from the Xuzhuang Formation in Ordos Basin


doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0070.zh

【Rocks under the Microscope】Published: Sept. 29, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 3 195 1

A micrograph dataset of buried hills and overlying glutenite in Bozhong Sag, Bohai Bay Basin

Liu Yanpeng, Hou Mingcai, Liu Xiaojian et al.
Keywords: Bohai Bay Basin;buried hill;granite;glutenite
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0087.zh

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

A microscopic image dataset of Mesozoic metamorphic grains bearing sandstones from mid-Yangtze, China

Ma Qianli, Chai Rong, Yang Jianghai et al.
Keywords: Mesozoic;metamorphic grains;mid-Yangtze;microscopic image
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0053.zh

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

A micrograph dataset of Middle Jurassic clastic rocks in the northeastern Ordos Basin

Chao Hui, Hou Mingcai, Cao Haiyang et al.
Keywords: geological data;micrograph data;informatization;mineralogy;sedimentology
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0062.zh

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

A micrograph dataset of Late Ordovician carbonates in Northwest Tarim and South China

Chang Xiaolin, Hou Mingcai, Liu Xinchun et al.
Keywords: Upper Ordovician;Northwest Tarim;Middle Yangtze region;carbonate;fossil fragment
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0059.zh

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

A Photomicrograph Dataset of Upper Paleozoic Tight Sandstone from the Linxing Block on the Eastern Margin of the Ordos Basin

Li Panpan, Li Yangbing, Chen Xin et al.
Keywords: thin section;tight sandstone;Linxing block;Upper Paleozoic;Ordos Basin
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0055.zh

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...