An advanced wind vector retrieval algorithm for the rotating fan-beam scatterometer
XIE Xuetong, WEN Ya, HUANG Zhou
2017, 36(5): 83-89. doi: 10.1007/s13131-017-1062-7
Keywords: rotating fan-beam scatterometer, objective function, wind vector retrieval, distribution histogram of bias, wind direction extension
A study of SAR remote sensing of internal solitary waves in the north of the South China Sea: Ⅱ. Simulation of SAR signatures of internal solitary waves
FAN Zhisong, ZHANG Yuanling, SONG Mei
2008(5): 36-48.
Keywords: internal tide, internal solitary waves, turbulence, SAR remote sensing
Preliminary considerations on the potential influence of submarine fans on marine delimitation
QIU Wenxian, JIN Xianglong, SCHOFIELD Clive, LI Mingbi
2013, 32(12): 133-142. doi: 10.1007/s13131-013-0391-4
Keywords: submarine fan, marine delineation, entitlement, Bay of Bengal
Natural thermoluminescence of fossil foraminiferals as a potential proxy for deep-sea temperature changes
LIU Haisheng, FANG Nianqiao, HOU Shengli, CHEN Yexun
2008(2): 30-34.
Keywords: natural thermoluminescence, foraminiferal, glacial-interglacial cycle, northeastern Indian Ocean
Morphology and architecture of the typical erosion-genesis submarine canyons on the East China Sea slope
LIU Baohua, ZHAO Yuexia, LI Xishuang, KAN Guangming, PEI Yanliang, ZHENG Yanpeng
2009(6): 42-52.
Keywords: morphology, architecture, genesis, canyon, the East China Sea slope
Evolution of deepwater sedimentary environments and its implication for hydrocarbon exploration in Qiongdongnan Basin, northwestern South China Sea
WANG Zhenfeng, JIANG Tao, ZHANG Daojun, WANG Yahui, ZUO Qianmei, HE Weijun
2015, 34(4): 1-10. doi: 10.1007/s13131-015-0645-4
Keywords: deepwater environment, Qiongdongnan Basin, hydrocarbon exploration, central canyon, submarine fan
Geology and hydrocarbon accumulations in the deepwater of the northwestern South China Sea—with focus on natural gas
WANG Zhenfeng, SUN Zhipeng, ZHANG Daojun, ZHU Jitian, LI Xushen, HUANG Baojia, GUO Minggang, JIANG Rufeng
2015, 34(10): 57-70. doi: 10.1007/s13131-015-0715-7
Keywords: South China Sea, deepwater, natural gas, petroleum system, central canyon, reservoir-forming conditions, Qiongdongnan Basin