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Thick dolostones developed widely in the South China Sea (SCS) during the Cenozoic. However, the dolostone types and the formation mechanism of these dolostones remain controversial. The core Nanke-1, drilled on Meiji Reef in the southern SCS, recovers thick dolostone formed during the Neogene,...
Calcareous sands typically have wider ring grain shapes, significant intragranular porosity, complex structure, and lower grain hardness, which pose a risk when used as the foundation, breakwaters, and backfill material in construction. Hence, the calcareous sand was subjected to multiple...
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