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Advances in Earth Science  1994, Vol. 9 Issue (3): 24-29    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.1994.03.0024
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GEOLOGY FLUIDS AND STRUCTURE MOVEMENT
Tao Yuxiang, Xie Hongsen
Institute of Geochemistry, Academic Sinica, Guiyang  550002
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This paper utilizes a large number of study results to explicate the relationship among geology fluids, rock strain, the growing and healing of micro-fractures, microscopic structures(folds, faults). The author points out: In the future, it is necessary to enhance the study on. The basic theory of fluids Kinetics in structure movement(Mid-Scale); Water-Rock geochemistry on the condition of differential stress and the study of their imitating experiment; The relationship between fluids and disastrous structures(soil flow, landslip).

Key words:  Geologyfluids      Rock strain      Fractures      Mid-scale structures.     
Received:  01 June 1993      Published:  01 May 1994
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Tao Yuxiang, Xie Hongsen. GEOLOGY FLUIDS AND STRUCTURE MOVEMENT. Advances in Earth Science, 1994, 9(3): 24-29.

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