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作者:HaiZhou Ma , BinKai Li ...
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2010, Vol.55 (27-28), pp.3181-3188Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Since 2006, we have conducted a geological exploration of the Khammuane area in southeastern Laos. Several thick sequences of potash deposits containing sylvite and carnallite were discovered from drilling Paleocene strata of the Thangon Formation (E 1 tg ). To ...
作者:HaiZhou Ma , YunQi Ma ...
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2012, Vol.57 (15), pp.1833-1843Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Brine from the saline Qarhan Lake was evaporated at 28±2°C in a clean environment. Two groups of experiments were conducted; one with complete separation of precipitate and brine at different stages of evaporation, and the other with continuous precipitation dur...
作者:Haizhou Ma , J. W. Olsen ...
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2003, Vol.48 (14), pp.1510-1516Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hunter-gatherer populations in greater north-east Asia experienced dramatic range expansions during the early Upper Paleolithic (45—22 ka) and the late Upper Paleolithic (18—10 ka), both of which led to intensive occupations of cold desert environments including...
作者:... HaiCheng Wei , XiYing Zhang , HaiZhou Ma
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2016, Vol.127, pp.267-280Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)At the Qarhan Salt Lake (QSL) on the central-eastern Qaidam Basin, northern Tibetan Plateau, Quaternary lacustrine sediments have a thickness of over 3000 m and mainly composed of organic-rich clay and silty clay with some silt halite and halite. In this study, ...
作者:Haizhou Ma , Jun Li
来源:[J].Chemical Engineering Communications(IF 1.052), 2020, Vol.207 (2), pp.161-176Taylor & Francis
摘要:Abstract(#br)An experimental study was carried out on the preparation of schoenite from carnallite and thenardite by the double-decomposition method. According to the metastable phase diagram for the quinary system, Na+, K+, Mg2+//Cl–, and SO42−-H2O at ...
作者:HaiZhou Ma , HaiCheng Wei ...
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2014, Vol.85, pp.202-209Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Late Pleistocene paleoclimatic variability on the northeastern Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau (NE QTP) was reconstructed using a chronology based on AMS 14 C and 230 Th dating results and a stable oxygen isotopic record. These are derived from lake carbonates in a 102-...
作者:Haizhou Ma , Jiansheng Chen
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2010, Vol.40 (2), pp.651-660Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Surveys and exploration for oil and gas have revealed many oil-field brines in the Tertiary strata of the western Qaidam Basin, China. The source and formation of these brines are unclear. Brine samples collected from petroleum wells in the oilfield area were analyze...
作者:... ZhanJie Qin , FaShou Shan , HaiZhou Ma
来源:[J].Chemical Geology(IF 3.154), 2018Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Qarhan Salt Lake (QSL) is the largest potash brine deposit in the continental Qaidam Basin (QB) of western China. The origins of the Qarhan brines, whether from migration of Qaidam mega-paleolakes, paleoriver capture, or mixing of modern river water and Ca-Cl sp...
作者:Haizhou Ma , Yunqi Ma ...
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2013, Vol.62, pp.812-818Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The evaporites on the Khorat Plateau comprise one of the largest potash deposits in the world, and their origin has long been a controversial problem. Based on boron isotope measurements from borate as a good indicator to distinguish marine and nonmarine evapori...
作者:Haizhou Ma , Fashou Shan ...
来源:[J].Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology(IF 2.745), 2015, Vol.431, pp.43-52Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Drill core (ISL1A) was obtained from the Qarhan Salt Lake in central eastern Qaidam Basin, northeastern Tibetan Plateau (NE TP). Fossil pollen and the lithology of the core sediment were analyzed in conjunction with AMS 14 C and 230 Th dating. The results indicated t...

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