Special Issue "Thermal History Modeling of Low-Temperature Thermochronology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 829
Interests: low temperature thermochronology method and related constraints on oil exploration; ore deposit and tectonics
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Interests: low temperature thermochronology and its application on neotectonics and tectonic geomorphology
The thermal history modeling of low-temperature thermochronology has been more and more widely applied in geological research such as cooling history, exhumation history, and landscape evolution. However, there are still many problems in thermal history modeling, including theory, methods, and application. Therefore, analysis of the principle of thermal history modeling and acknowledgement of the traps in thermal history modeling processes are urgently needed. This Special Issue plans to give an overview of the most recent advances in the field of thermal history modeling and their applications in diverse areas. This Special Issue aims to provide selected contributions on advances in the theory, methods, and applications with regard to the thermal history modeling of low-temperature thermochronology.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to: Algorithms for thermal history modeling; introduction of thermal history modeling programs; traps in thermal history modeling processes; experience in modeling thermal history; application of thermal history modeling; future perspectives for thermal history modeling.
Dr. Ruxin Ding
Prof. Dr. Honghua Lv
Dr. Rong Yang
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- thermal history modeling
- low-temperature thermochronology
- cooling history
- landscape evolution