Vol. 28, No. 2
April 2017

Table of Contents

Terrestrial, Atmospheric and
Oceanic Sciences (TAO)

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

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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
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    • 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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