Lu Jing

Lu Jing
China University of Mining & Technology Beijing Graduate School

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sedimentology and global changes

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Publications (41)
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Wildfires are an important source of disturbances in the Earth's system and are of great significance for understanding the interactions between environmental, atmospheric and vegetation changes over deep time. The early Cretaceous was a “high-fire” interval with frequent and widespread wildfires globally, but the timing and global significance of...
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The End-Triassic Mass Extinction (ETME) saw the catastrophic loss of ca. 50% of marine genera temporally associated with emplacement of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP). However, the effects of the ETME on land is a controversial topic. Evaluation of the disparate cause(s) and effects of the extinction requires additional, detailed ter...
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Microplastics (MPs), as an entirely anthropogenic type of pollution, are considered to be stratigraphic markers of the Anthropocene Epoch, and have become of increasing public concern over the past decade. Recent studies have revealed that the atmosphere is an efficient medium to disseminate MPs from their sources to remote mountains and marine are...
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The Permian-Triassic Mass Extinction (PTME) is the greatest biodiversity crisis in Earth history and while the marine crisis is increasingly well constrained, the timing and cause(s) of terrestrial losses remain poorly understood. There have been suggestions that the End- Permian Terrestrial Collapse (EPTC) pre-dated, was synchronous with or post-d...
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Air pollution is a major environmental health challenge in megacities, and as such a Comprehensive Action Plan (CAP) was issued in 2017 for Beijing, the capital city of China. Here we investigated the size-segregated airborne particles collected after the implementation of the CAP, intending to understand the change of oxidative potential and water...
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The Late Paleozoic Ice Age (LPIA; ca. 360–260 million years ago) was one of the most significant glacial events in Earth history that records cycles of ice advance and retreat in southern high-latitude Gondwana and provides a deep-time perspective for climate-glaciation coevolution. However, climate records from the LIPA are poorly understood in lo...
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The Late Triassic Carnian Pluvial Episode (CPE) saw a dramatic increase in global humidity and temperature that has been linked to the large-scale volcanism of the Wrangellia large igneous province. The climatic changes coincide with a major biological turnover on land that included the ascent of the dinosaurs and the origin of modern conifers. How...
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The Late Paleozoic Icehouse (LPI) provides a deep-time perspective for climate-glaciation-environment coevolution and offers potential insights into future climatic and environmental predictions. Most previous studies attributed climatic and environmental changes during the LPI to perturbations of atmospheric pCO2, yet the driving mechanism for pCO...
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The late Paleozoic ice age (LPIA) during the Carboniferous and Permian (ca. 360–260 Ma) was vegetated Earth's only recorded icehouse-to-greenhouse transition and provides a deep-time perspective for climate-glaciation-environment coevolution and future climate change. During the LPIA, changes in glacial-interglacial cycles have been closely linked...
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The Early Jurassic break-up of Pangea and the formation of the Central Atlantic Ocean are associated with changes to the atmosphere, climate, and environment, as recorded in marine carbonates from the western Tethys Ocean. However, the expression of these global changes in terrestrial successions is less well known. To better understand terrestrial...
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There are 9 major coal-accumulating periods during geological history in China, including the Early Carboniferous, Late Carboniferous-Early Permian, Middle Permian, Late Permian, Late Triassic, Early-Middle Jurassic, Early Cretaceous, Paleogene and Neogene. The coal formed in these periods were developed in different coal-accumulating areas (CAA) i...
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The Middle Jurassic Aalenian–Bajocian stages represent the tectonic transition period for the group of Jurassic sedimentary basins in northwestern China and include accumulation of the most important recoverable coal seams. Geological data from borehole cores, well loggings and rock‐mineral determination in the Aalenian to Bajocian‐aged Dameigou Fo...
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Source-to-sink paleogeography in a time-constrained sequence stratigraphic framework has been reconstructed for the non-marine to marine transitional Lopingian strata (Late Permian) in the western Yangtze Cratonic Basin (WYCB) and the adjacent inner zone of the Emeishan large igneous province (ELIP) in order to reveal the evolution of a mantle plum...
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The late Permian was the acme of Pangea assembly, with collision and subduction of global plates accompanied by major changes in atmospheric composition, paleoclimates and paleoenvironments of the Earth's surface system. These events are extensively recorded in marine successions from the Tethys, but much less are known from continental successions...
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Coal seams preserve high‐resolution records of ancient terrestrial water table (base level) fluctuations in ancient peat accumulations, but little is known about base level change in anomalously thick coal seams. Using the Early Cretaceous 91 m anomalously thick No. 6 coal (lignite) seam in the Erlian Basin (north‐east China) as a case study, the o...
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The detailed depositional systems and basin evolution of Lower Cretaceous coal-bearing strata in the Erlian Basin of northeastern China were analyzed based on extensive borehole and outcrop data. A total of 7 facies associations are interpreted and consist of 14 distinct lithofacies, with lithologies including conglomerates, sandstones, siltstones,...
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The Wuwei Basin is located in the Gansu Corridor, which has abundant coalbed methane resources of 2.75 × 10¹¹ m³. However, a low degree of coalbed methane exploration exists, and only a few wells have been drilled in local regions due to insufficient understanding of coalbed methane enrichment and its main controlling factors. This study analyzed t...
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The Muli Basin in the Qinghai Province, located at the northeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau, is a Jurassic coal-bearing basin, and is an important area for coal production in China. Recent explorations have revealed the presence of unconventional types of gases such as coalbed methane and gas hydrates.Wehave investigated the sedimentology, se...
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The depositional facies, sequence stratigraphy, palaeogeography, and coal accumulation in the fluvio-lacustrine Middle Jurassic Xishanyao Formation in the central Zhunnan (central segment of the southern Junggar Basin) coalfield, northwest China were analyzed based on outcrops, well cores, and geophysical well logs. Thirteen distinct lithofacies we...
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The Wuwei Basin is one of the major coal- and hydrocarbon-bearing basins in northwestern China. Depositional environments, sequence stratigraphy, and palaeogeography of the Carboniferous to Early Permian coal measures in the Wuwei Basin were studied based on the data from outcrop sections and boreholes cores. The coal accumulation model is establis...
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As one of the most important source rocks and reservoirs of unconventional natural gas, the sedimentary environment and mode of peat swamp (the predecessor of coal seam) is important to the coal seam’s spatial distribution, material composition, hydrocarbon generation potential, reservoir physical properties, etc. To reveal the depositional charact...
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Ever since a breakthrough of marine shales in China, lacustrine shales have been attracting by the policy makers and scientists. Organic-rich shales of the Middle Jurassic strata are widely distributed in the Yuqia Coalfield of northern Qaidam Basin. In this paper, a total of 42 shale samples with a burial depth ranging from 475.5 m to 658.5 m were...
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In order to reveal the relationship between paleoclimate change and sedimentary environment,as well as coal accumulation in the terrestrial basin,the principle of isotope geochemistry and petrology has been used to study the maceral,the isotope composition of organic carbon ( δ13 CO) and the paleoclimatic significance of main mining coalseam of the...
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Based on an extensive borehole survey of the Middle Jurassic coal-bearing sequences in the Saishiteng coalfield, northern Qaidam Basin (NQB), a total of 20 rock types and 5 sedimentary facies were identified, including braided river, Meandering river, braided delta, meandering river delta, and lacustrine. The distribution of rock types and sediment...
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The Qinshui Basin in the southeastern Shanxi Province is an important area for coalbed methane (CBM) exploration and production in China, and recent exploration has revealed the presence of other unconventional types of gases such as shale gas and tight sandstone gas. The reservoirs for these unconventional types of gas in this basin are mainly the...
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Currently, the increase in proved reserves and production of coalbed methane mainly comes from several coalbed methane bases in the southern Qinshui Basin and the eastern margin of the Ordos Basin, so there is an urgent need of finding a batch of exploration and development strategic relay areas. Based on the research results in the resources, coal...
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At present, the increase in proved reserves and production of coalbed methane (CBM) in China depends mainly on several CBM bases in the southern Qinshui Basin and in the eastern margin of the Ordos Basin. Therefore, it is urgent to find new batches of exploration and development strategic replacement areas. For this purpose, we investigated the res...
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Detailed stratigraphic and paleogeographic analyses of data from 72 boreholes for the Middle Jurassic intermontane fluvial-lacustrine coal-bearing sequences were conducted in the Yuqia coalfield of the northern Qaidam Basin, northwestern China. Three third-order sequences lasting in total ca. 10.6 m.y., and an internal lowstand systems tract (LST),...
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The Jurassic strata of the northern Qaidam Basin are rich in coal, oil and gas resources, and the shale gas potential was confirmed by recent geological prospecting and exploration. In this paper, geological characteristics and controlling factors of shale gas in the Jurassic of the northern Qaidam Basin were studied. The results showed that a tota...
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Based on an investigation of the Benxi–Shanxi formations in the southwestern Shandong province, we studied the forming mechanisms of key stratigraphic boundaries in an epicontinental basin and the coal-accumulating characteristics in the paleogeographic background of isochronous stratigraphic frameworks. In total, we sequenced three types of strati...
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Analysed the sequence stratigraphy and palaeogeography of the early and early middle Jurassic coal measures in the Junggar Basinnorthwestern China.The controls of the palaeogeography and sequence stratigraphy on the coal accumulation in this basin was discussed.The results show thatthe coal measures were formed in a fluvial-delta-lacustrine sedimen...
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By using organic geochemistry and organic petrology methods comprehensivelythe contrastive study of gas measured data of coal bed methane and gas hydrate samples from Muri coalfield in Qilian Mountain permafrost area was carried outthe comparability and similarity of the both were revealed.Based on the hydrocarbon source rock evaluation and geologi...
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To unveil the formation mechanism of key sequence boundaries of inland faulting basin and coal accumulation characteristics of coal seams in isochrohal stratigraphic framework, sequence stratigraphy, palaeogeographic recovery and other methods were used to research the sequence stratigraphy and coal accumulation in the example of Baoding Basn in th...
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In order to reveal sequence boundary formation mechanism of large scale craton epicontinental basin and coal accumulation characteristics under paleogeographic setting of isochronous sequence stratigraphic framework,sequence stratigraphic framework and coal accumulation were analyzed for the Permo-Carboniferous of Benxi-Shanxi Formation in the east...
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the Permian of Shanxi Formation of Permian in southwestern Shandong Province is studied to unveil the coal accumulation pattern of fluvial delta under low accommodation. Key stratigraphic surfaces, i.e. terrestrial unconformity caused by forced regression (BFSR) and its correlative conformity (CC*), fluvial erosional surface (RES), paleosol seam (P...
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Detailed studies on Late Devonian to Early Carboniferous carbonate rocks in central Hunan, southern China have led to the recognition of 25 lithofacies which can be grouped into: (1) inner ramp peritidal platform, (2) inner ramp organic bank and mound, (3) mid ramp, (4) outer ramp, and (5) shelf basin facies associations. The peritidal platform fac...
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In this paper, an experimental study was conducted in order to test the feasibility of sintering mullite directly from the high-alumina fly ash, without adding any extra material. The results show that the mullite contents in most sintered samples are over 70%. The samples sintered from the beneficiated fly ash have a higher content of mullite than...
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The Qinshui Basin in southeastern Shanxi Province is an important base for coalbed methane exploration and production in China. The methane reservoirs in this area are Carboniferous and Permian coals and their thickness are strongly controlled by the depositional environments and the sequence stratigraphic framework. This paper analyzed the high-re...
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The Qinshui basin in southeastern Shanxi Province is an important base for coalbed methane exploration and production in China. The methane reservoirs in this basin are the Carboniferous and Permian coals. Their thickness is strongly controlled by the depositional environments and the paleogeography. In this paper, sedimentological research was und...

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