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Correlation of the Permian-Triassic boundary in the Xiushui-Leping area, Jiangxi, and the Changxing area, Zhejiang, China

Jiangxi Dizhi = Geology of Jiangxi 12(3): 209-212

Correlation of the Permian-Triassic boundary in the Xiushui-Leping area, Jiangxi, and the Changxing area, Zhejiang, China

The authors introduced the profile correlation of Permian-Triassic boundaries between the Xiushui-Leping area of Jiangxi and the Changxing area of Zhejiang Province in this paper. According to the requirements of the "International Stratigraphic Guide", these defects can be remedied by the Xiushui-Leping profile.

Accession: 022293999

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