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Huang X.,Hubei University | Zhu F.,Hubei University | Zhang X.-H.,Hubei University | Liu X.-H.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | And 3 more authors.
Geological Bulletin of China | Year: 2014

Abundant fusulinds were found in Upper Carboniferous-Lower Permian strata in the northwest of Tarim Basin. Four fusu-line zones were recognized, namely Pseudostaffella zone, Profusulinella zone, Fusulinella-Fusulina zone and Pseudoschwagerina zone in upward succession, which can be well correlated with those from South China and Darwaz area of Pamir. It is indicated that Biegentawu Formation is Luosuan stage to Dalaun stage of Pennsylvanian in age, while the upper member of Kangkelin Formation belongs to the Late Carboniferous Xiaodushanian stage to Early Permian Zisongian stage. It is also inferred that the boundary between Carboniferous and Permian lies at the bottom of the 71st layer, as evidenced by the fusulind Pseudoschwagerina. The authors also hold that the late Pennsylvanian stage witnessed the sea regression with the addition of the paleotopographic factor, resulting in the stratigraphic gap of Triticites zone. Source


Wang X.-H.,China University of Geosciences | Lu S.-P.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Xie Z.-Y.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Li Q.-L.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Yu B.-B.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force
Geological Bulletin of China | Year: 2014

Bileti area is located in southwest Tianshan Mountains. Based on 1:50000 high precision magnetic survey data obtained in this area, the authors extracted the fault structure information from the magnetic anomalies within this area for recognition research by using analytic continuation, directional derivative and other techniques. In combination with physical parameters statistics, the authors analyzed the factors responsible for the formation of magnetic anomalies. The regional magnetic anomalies were comparatively studied by means of upward continuation and first derivative and, as a result, four characteristic anomalies A1~A4 were delineated. Four faults were identified, which were FW1 to FW4, with FW1 and FW2 corresponding to Kalatik fault and its secondary faults, FW3 being strong schistosity zone formed by dynamic action and FW4 being a concealed fault. The results obtained by the authors demonstrate that high precision magnetic survey can effectively recognize faults and reflect their distribution in this area. Source


Lu S.-P.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Bao K.-L.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Sun J.-G.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Sun J.-G.,China University of Geosciences | And 2 more authors.
Geological Bulletin of China | Year: 2014

Karaqi area lies in the contact part between Southwest Tianshan Mountains and Tarim Basin in Xinjiang and belongs to the edge area of airborne magnetic survey, where no ground geophysical survey has been conducted. Based on high-accuracy ground magnetic survey, the authors divided the area into six regional magnetic anomaly zones and delineated three second-order high magnetic anomalies and 1 local high magnetic anomaly. The regional magnetic anomalies might result from the basic intrusive rock and the basement, the secondary high magnetic anomalies are probably caused by the structure, and the local anomaly results probably from the ore body. The results obtained by the authors provide valuable reference for geological study and prospecting for magnetic mineral resources. Source


Wang Z.-B.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Song H.-M.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Xu L.-N.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Chen X.-Z.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | And 2 more authors.
Geological Bulletin of China | Year: 2014

Two types of multifractal modes are generalized from Cu, Pb, B, Ti in 1:50000 stream sediment survey in Bileti area of Xinjiang. The power-law diagram of mode one and mode two are fitted by two straight lines and three straight lines respectively. Elements of mode one are distributed as background and regional anomalies, which show no significant enrichment and ore-forming potential. Elements of mode two have strong local anomalies with fairly promising prospecting potential in addition to the background and regional anomalies. Four prospecting targets for Cu, Pb polymetallic minerals are delineated based on geochemical and geological characteristics in this area. Source


Shi M.-Q.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Ma W.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Wang W.-G.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | Lu B.-T.,The 7th Gold Detachment of Chinese Armed Police Force | And 2 more authors.
Geological Bulletin of China | Year: 2014

Akqi County in Xinjiang has rich tourism resources, unique ethnic culture and development potential. In this paper, SWOT analysis was used to analyze natural resources advantages such as Tuoshigan valley scenery, Millennium trees, Jilusu Spa, and historical monuments, and human resources advantages like Manas culture, Falcon culture, Kumizi culture, ethnic festivals, and ethnic cuisine. There also exist disadvantages in Akqi County, such as underdeveloped economy, poor tourism industry and insufficient tourism publicity. The authors analyzed the opportunities and challenges that Akqi tourism has to face. Tourism in Akqi County has such favorable circumstances as policy advantages, policy guidance, western development and other opportunities. It also faces challenges such as fierce competition and lack of tourism brand. This paper puts forward countermeasures and suggestions in the aspects of tourism development concept, tourism marketing planning and talents training, thus providing theoretical support for the development of tourism in this area. Source

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