Marine Gazetteer Placedetails

MRGID http://marineregions.org/mrgid/33732
Status Proposed standard Proposed standard
Name
Language Name Name source
EnglishDongsha Giant Elongated drift 5H. Li, Y. Wang, W. Zhu, Q. Xu, Y. He, W. Tang, H. Zhuo, D. Wang, J. Wu, D. Li (2013). Seismic characteristics and processes of the Plio-Quaternary unidirectionally migrating channels and contourites in the northern slope of the South China Sea. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 43 (2013), pp. 370–380   
PlaceType Drift 
Latitude 17° 34' 40.3" N (17.57787423°)  
Longitude 112° 38' 15.8" E (112.63772704°)  
Min. Lat 17° 11' 4.9" N (17.1847°)  
Min. Long 112° 0' 25.2" E (112.007°)  
Max. Lat 18° 0' 49.3" N (18.0137°)  
Max. Long 113° 26' 56.4" E (113.449°)  
Source H. Li, Y. Wang, W. Zhu, Q. Xu, Y. He, W. Tang, H. Zhuo, D. Wang, J. Wu, D. Li (2013). Seismic characteristics and processes of the Plio-Quaternary unidirectionally migrating channels and contourites in the northern slope of the South China Sea. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 43 (2013), pp. 370–380
Notes Drift type: Elongated Mounded    
Prevailing contourite type: Silty-muddy    
Relations 
Partly part of  Paracel Islands part of the South China Sea (Marine Region)  [view hierarchy]   
Partly part of  Chinese part of the South China Sea (Marine Region)  [view hierarchy]   
Influenced by  South China Sea Water Circulation (Current)  [view hierarchy]   
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