Advances in Resources Research
Online ISSN : 2436-178X
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Energy Development
  • Zhiye Xi
    Article type: Review Paper
    2022 Volume 2 Issue 3 Pages 77-86
    Published: July 18, 2022
    Released on J-STAGE: July 18, 2022
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    Shale oil resources have great potential for exploration and development, and their potential resources far exceed the conventional oil and gas resources found at present, which plays an important role in the development of the oil industry in the future. Biyang Sag in Nanxiang Basin is a typical Meso-Cenozoic oil-rich sag in eastern China, which has certain shale oil development potential. Based on previous studies, this paper summarizes the research results of the main controlling factors and recoverable factors of shale oil enrichment in Biyang Sag in recent years from six aspects. The contents include (1) hydrocarbon generation basis, (2) hydrocarbon expulsion characteristics, (3) storage spaces, (4) reservoir reformability, (5) crude oil’s physical properties, and (6) mobility. This paper is expected to provide a reference for the exploration and development of shale oil in Biyang Sag.
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Water Resources and Ecology
  • Mei Lu, Ying Jiang
    Article type: Review Paper
    2022 Volume 2 Issue 3 Pages 87-98
    Published: July 18, 2022
    Released on J-STAGE: July 18, 2022
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    Wetland is one of the most important environmental resources for human beings. With economic development, the evolution of wetlands has become a global phenomenon, and wetland research is a research hotspot in the frontier field of international wetland science. People conduct in-depth research on the structure, function, process, dynamics, and other aspects of wetlands from different angles to explore effective ways to coordinate wetland development and protection. The Yellow River Delta wetland is the most complete, typical, and youngest coastal estuarine wetland in China, and it is also the latest delta wetland in the world. The study of wetlands in the Yellow River Delta is of great significance. This paper summarizes the research progress of wetlands in the Yellow River Delta in recent years from (1) natural wetland characteristics, (2) constructed wetland characteristics, (3) hydrological characteristics, (4) soil characteristics, (5) vegetation characteristics, and (6) animal characteristics. On this basis, the key research direction in the future is put forward. The purpose of this paper is to provide a reference for the protection and effective utilization of wetlands in the Yellow River Delta.
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