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Volume 38, Number 5, 15 June 2013

Open Access Summary of shale gas research in North American and revelations to shale gas exploration of Lower Paleozoic strata in China south area
pp. 721-727(7)
Authors: XIAO, Xian-Ming; SONG, Zhi-Guang; ZHU, Yan-Ming; TIAN, -Hui; YIN, Hong-Wei

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Open Access Geological conditions of coalbed methane and shale gas exploitation and their comparison analysis
pp. 728-736(9)
Authors: MENG, Shao-Ping; LIU, Cui-Li; JI, Yi-Ming

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Open Access Gas content of organic-rich shales with very high maturities
pp. 737-741(5)
Authors: CHENG, Peng; XIAO, Xian-Ming

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Open Access Pyrolysis constraints on the generation mechanism of shale gas
pp. 742-747(6)
Authors: SHANG, Qing-Yan; ZHANG, Ming-Jie; YU, -Ming; ZHANG, Tong-Wei; LIU, Jin-Zhong; ZHANG, Mao-Chao

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Open Access Study on gas generation from low maturity asphalt in Sichuan BasinChin
pp. 748-753(6)
Authors: WU, Bao-Xiang; WANG, Yong-Li; WANG, Zi-Xiang; GAO, -Yuan; MENG, -Pei; WANG, -Gen

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Open Access Classification of pore structures in shale gas reservoir at the Longmaxi Formation in the south of Sichuan Basin
pp. 760-765(6)
Authors: CHEN, Shang-Bin; XIA, Xiao-Gong; QIN, -Yong; FU, Chang-Qing; HU, -Lin

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Open Access Mineral compositions and organic matter occurrence modes of Lower Silurian Longmaxi Formation of Sichuan Basin
pp. 766-771(6)
Authors: ZHANG, Zheng-Shun; HU, Pei-Qing; SHEN, -Juan; RAO, Mo-Xiang; LI, Mo-Mao

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Open Access Characteristics of pore-fissure and permeability of shales in the Longmaxi  Formation in southeastern Sichuan Basin
pp. 772-777(6)
Authors: WANG, Ji-Lin; LIU, Gui-Jian; WANG, Wei-Zhong; ZHANG, Shan-Jin; YUAN, Lei-Lei

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Open Access Characteristics and controlling factors of pore size distribution of the Lower Paleozoic shale rocks in Lower Yangtze area
pp. 778-782(5)
Authors: LIU, Da-Yong; GUO, Hui-Juan; PENG, Ping-An; GU, Wang-Lu

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Open Access Pore characteristics and their controlled factors of some Lower Paleozoic shales from the Yangtze area
pp. 783-786(4)
Authors: LIU, Zu-Fa; TAN, Sheng-Lin; XU, Liang-Wei; ZHUO, Wen-Shan; ZHANG, Jun-Peng

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Open Access Pore structure characteristics of Permian organic-rich shale in Lower Yangtze area
pp. 787-793(7)
Authors: PAN, Lei; CHEN, Gui-Hua; XU, -Jiang; XIAO, Xian-Ming

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Open Access Geochemical characteristics of Paleozoic shale in Sichuan Basin and their gas content features
pp. 794-799(6)
Authors: WU, Chen-Jun; ZHANG, Ming-Feng; LIU, -Yan; CHEN, -Ru; XIONG, De-Ming; TUO, Jin-Cai

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Open Access Geological model of dissolved gas in pore water of gas shale and its controlling factors
pp. 800-804(5)
Authors: ZHOU, -Qin; TIAN, -Hui; CHEN, Gui-Hua; XU, -Jiang

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Open Access Effect of the organic matter characteristics on methane adsorption in shale
pp. 805-811(7)
Authors: YAN, Jian-Ping; ZHANG, Tong-Wei; LI, Yan-Fang; LV, Hai-Gang; ZHANG, Xiao-Long

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Open Access Comparison and explanation of the absorptivity of organic matters and clay minerals in shales
pp. 812-816(5)
Authors: ZHANG, -Han; ZHU, Yan-Ming; XIA, Xiao-Gong; HU, -Lin; CHEN, -Jie

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Open Access Preliminary verification of common calculation methods of pore size distribution of shale based on gas adsorption isotherm
pp. 817-821(5)
Authors: YANG, -Kan; LIU, Xian-Cai; XU, Jin-Qin; YIN, Hong-Wei; HU, Wen-Xuan

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Open Access Mechanism and application of carbon isotope reversal of shale gas
pp. 827-833(7)
Authors: GAI, Hai-Feng; XIAO, Xian-Ming

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Open Access Thermal evolution of the main Paleozoic shale rocks in the Southeastern Sichuan Basin
pp. 834-839(6)
Authors: ZHU, Chuan-Qing; RAO, -Song; YUAN, Yu-Song; WANG, -Jiang; QIU, Nan-Sheng; HU, Sheng-Biao

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Open Access Relationship between organic matter characteristics and depositional environment in the Silurian Longmaxi Formation in Sichuan Basin
pp. 851-856(6)
Authors: ZHANG, Xiao-Long; LI, Yan-Fang; LV, Hai-Gang; YAN, Jian-Ping; TUO, Jin-Cai; ZHANG, Tong-Wei

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Open Access Geochemistrypaleontology and sedimentary environment significance of Niutitang Formation in Western Hunan Province of China
pp. 857-863(7)
Authors: LI, Miao-Chun; YAO, Su-Ping; DING, -Hai; WU, -Hao; SHANG, Zhong-Yi; HU, -Kai

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Open Access Study on the accumulation conditions of shale gas from the Lower Paleozoic in the south region of Sichuan Basin
pp. 864-869(6)
Authors: LI, Xian-Qing; ZHAO, -Pei; SUN, -Jie; FU, Tong-Xiang; LAI, Shou-Ning; TIAN, Xing-Wang; MA, Shi-Min; WANG, Fei-Yu

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Open Access Shale-gas exploration prospect of Longtan Formation in the Lower Yangtze area of China
pp. 870-876(7)
Authors: WU, -Hao; YAO, Su-Ping; JIAO, -Kun; HU, Wen-Xuan; YIN, Hong-Wei; GU, -Dong

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Open Access Geological conditions of Paleozoic shale gas formation and its exploration potential in the South AnhuiLower Yangtze area
pp. 877-882(6)
Authors: HUANG, Bao-Gu; SHI, Rong-Fu; ZHAO, Xing-Bin; ZHOU, -Gang

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Open Access Structural deformation characteristics and shale gas preservation of Lower Yangtze region
pp. 883-889(7)
Authors: ZHANG, -Tao; YIN, Hong-Wei; GU, -Dong; YAO, Su-Ping; HU, Wen-Xuan; LI, Hai-Bin; ZHANG, -Yong

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Open Access Present geothermal regime of the Lower Yangtze areaSouth China
pp. 896-900(5)
Authors: WANG, Hua-Yu; LIU, Shao-Wen; LEI, -Xiao

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