Vol. 28, No. 2
April 2017

Table of Contents

Terrestrial, Atmospheric and
Oceanic Sciences (TAO)

ISSN:
1017-0839 (Print)
2311-7680 (Online)
 

  • Sedimentological characteristics and seafloor failure offshore SW Taiwan
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    • Spatial distribution and characteristics of sediments off SW Taiwan
    • Re-evaluated the sediment budget and impact of event-driven sedimentation process
    • Identified the feature of mass slope failure on the Upper Gaoping Slope
    • Author(s): Chih-Chieh Su, Sheng-Ting Hsu, Huai-Houh Hsu, Jing-Yi Lin, and Jia-Jyun Dong
    • DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.06.21.01
    • Keywords: Sedimentation rate, Sediment budget, Submarine canyon, Seafloor failure, Pb-210
  • Fangliao Slide — a large slope failure in the upper Kaoping Slope off southwest Taiwan
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    A large submarine landslide, Fangliao Slide, is discovered and described

    The Fangliao Slide is linked to mud diapirism and gas hydrate dissociation

    The boundaries of the Fanglaio Slide can be delineated from seismic profiles

    • Author(s): Song-Chuen Chen, Ching-Hui Tsai, Shu-Kun Hsu, Yi-Ching Yeh, Char-Shine Liu, San-Hsiung Chung, and Cheng-Yueh Wei
    • DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.06.14.01
    • Keywords: Submarine landslide, Mud diapir, Gas hydrate, Southwest Taiwan
  • Absolute gravity change in Taiwan: Present result of geodynamic process investigation
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    • Absolute gravity change in Taiwan are used to investigate four geodynamic processes
    • Declining gravity values at Tatun, Lanyu and Ludao volcanoes imply retreating magma
    • Decreasing gravity valuesin central and eastern Taiwan indicate Moho deepening
    • Author(s): Ricky Kao, Cheinway Hwang, Jeong Woo Kim, Kuo-En Ching, Frédéric Masson, Wen-Chi Hsieh, Nicolas Le Moigne, and Ching-Chung Cheng
    • DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.06.13.01
    • Keywords: Absolute gravity, Moho deepening, Typhoon Morakot, Pingtung earthquake, Volcano, Taiwan
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  • The Tiehchanshan structure of NW Taiwan: A potential geological reservoir for CO2 sequestration
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    • Softly linked subsurface settings with opposed vergence of Tiehchanshan structure
    • Kinematics and strain variation of thrust-related folds
    • Stacking pattern of sequence units of sandstone layers for CO2 storage
    • Author(s): Kenn-Ming Yang, Bo-Iuan Chuang, Ching-Yun Hsieh, Bee-Der Yuan, Hsin-Hsiu Ting, and Jar-Ben Wang
    • DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.05.25.01
    • Keywords: Carbon dioxide sequestration, Structural geology, Sequence stratigraphy, Tiehchanshan structure
  • Structural inversion in the northern South China Sea continental margin and its tectonic implications
    Author:
    • Delineate a structural inversion event in the western Dongsha-Penghu Uplift
    • The areal extent of the structural inversion was restricted and ~100 km in width
    • The inversion was caused by collision of seamount swarm in Late Cretaceous
    • Author(s): Chin-Da Huang, Tung-Yi Lee, Ching-Hua Lo, Sun-Lin Chung, Jong-Chang Wu, Ching-Lung Tien, Meng-Wan Yeh, Shiu-Chi Chen, Yu-Lu Chan, and Ching-Yi Hu
    • DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.03.27.01
    • Keywords: Structural inversion, Continental margin, Detrital zircon U-Pb dating, South China Sea, Dongsha-Penghu Uplift, Calamian Islands, Palawan blocks, West Philippines block
  • Analyses of seismic activities and hazards in Laos: A seismicity approach
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    • Earthquake catalogue was utilized as the main dataset
    • Earthquake activities were analysed by the frequency-magnitude distribution model
    • Seismic hazard was analysed by the earthquake activities and suitable attenuation model
    • Author(s): Santi Pailoplee and Punya Charusiri
    • DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.03.23.01
    • Keywords: Seismicity, Frequency-magnitude distribution model, Seismic hazard analysis, Laos
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