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    Investigation of the Methane Adsorption Characteristics of Marine Organic-Rich Shale: A Case Study of the Lower Cambrian Niutitang Shale in the Fenggang Block, Northern Guizhou Province, South China.Yang Gu, Wenlong Ding, Min Yin, Ruyue Wang, Baocheng Jiao, Gang Zhao & Lin Lu - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):T819-T833.
    The marine shale in South China has great gas exploration potential, and exploration in the Sichuan Basin has been successful, but the degree of exploration remains low in the Guizhou Province. We used organic geochemical analyses, scanning electron microscopy, field emission SEM, nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray diffraction analysis, and low-temperature [Formula: see text] and [Formula: see text] adsorption experimental methods to study the micropore types and pore structures and their effects on the methane adsorption capacity of organic-rich shales found in (...)
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    Investigation of the Methane Adsorption Characteristics of Marine Organic-Rich Shale: A Case Study of the Lower Cambrian Niutitang Shale in the Fenggang Block, Northern Guizhou Province, South China.Yang Gu, Wenlong Ding, Min Yin, Ruyue Wang, Baocheng Jiao, Gang Zhao & Lin Lu - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):T819-T833.
    The marine shale in South China has great gas exploration potential, and exploration in the Sichuan Basin has been successful, but the degree of exploration remains low in the Guizhou Province. We used organic geochemical analyses, scanning electron microscopy, field emission SEM, nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray diffraction analysis, and low-temperature [Formula: see text] and [Formula: see text] adsorption experimental methods to study the micropore types and pore structures and their effects on the methane adsorption capacity of organic-rich shales found in (...)
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    Which Is in Front of Chinese People, Past or Future? The Effect of Language and Culture on Temporal Gestures and Spatial Conceptions of Time.Yan Gu, Yeqiu Zheng & Marc Swerts - 2019 - Cognitive Science 43 (12).
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    Effects of Regulatory Focus and Emotions on Information Preferences: The Affect-as-Information Perspective.Xiaomei Wang, Quanquan Zheng, Jia Wang, Yangli Gu & Jiongying Li - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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  5. Brittleness Evaluation of the Lower Silurian Marine Shale Reservoirs: A Case Study of Longmaxi Shale in Fenggang Block, Southern China.Yang Gu, Sheng Xu, Chao Fang, Wei Zhang, Bairen Zhang, Xiangkuan Zhao & Chongxin Jiang - 2021 - Interpretation 9 (2):T463-T474.
    The brittleness of shale determines the fracturability of the shale reservoir and has a great influence on the exploration and development of shale gas. Therefore, prediction of brittleness and evaluation of fracturability of shale are very important in finding favorable areas for shale gas. We have used the mineral composition, rock-mechanics experiment, logging evaluation, 2D seismic data inversion, and fracture development degree to evaluate and analyze the vertical and plane brittleness characteristics and the main controlling factors of Longmaxi shale. In (...)
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    Error-Induced Adaptability: Behavioral and Neural Dynamics of Response-Stimulus Interval Modulations on Posterror Slowing.Qing Li, Na Hu, Yilu Li, Quanshan Long, Yan Gu, Yancheng Tang & Antao Chen - forthcoming - Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
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    Early Cretaceous Redbeds From the Minle Basin, Hexi Corridor, Northwest China: Mineralogy and Geochemistry Implications for Paleoweathering, Provenance, and Tectonic Settings.Yaxiong Sun, Wenlong Ding, Yang Gu, Gang Zhao, Siyu Shi, Baocheng Jiao & Xiang Ji - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (2):T525-T545.
    Redbeds with a large thickness in the lower Cretaceous record abundant geologic information in the Minle Basin. We have conducted the paleoweathering conditions, provenance, and tectonic settings based on mineralogy and geochemistry. Our results indicate that mudstone samples are characterized by abundant illite with negligible amounts of K-feldspars and analcime. The lower part of the lower Cretaceous is rich in quartz, whereas the upper part is dominated by dolomite and analcime. We suggest that this is caused by the decreasing input (...)
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