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Journal of Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences

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Progress of Marine Geological Survey in Caofeidian, Bohai Volume 5 - Issue 1

BinHua Cao1, Yongcai Feng1, Hongxian Chu1,2*, Binghui Feng1, Yuhai Chen1, Liancheng Hao1 and Baoxing Qiao1

  • 1Yantai Center of Coastal Geological Survey, China Geological Survey, China
  • 2Laboratory for Marine Mineral Resources, Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology, China

Received:August 13, 2021   Published: August 24, 2021

Corresponding author:Hongxian Chu, Yantai Center of Coastal Geological Survey, China geological survey, Yantai 264000, China, Laboratory for Marine Mineral Resources, Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology, Qingdao 266071, China

DOI: 10.32474/JAAS.2021.05.000203

 

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Abstract

Based on geophysical survey and Marine geological data, the characteristics of seabed topography, stratum structure and geological structure in the Caofeidian deep trough area are studied, and the formation reasons and influencing factors of topography and geomorphology in the caofeidian deep trough area are analyzed. Based on H6 borehole data, it is determined that the regional stratigraphic age is from Holocene to Late Pleistocene, and three transgressions occurred. Geo-slope analysis software is used to calculate the stability of submarine SLOPE quantitatively, and the stability of SLOPE under extreme conditions such as large wind wave and earthquake is simulated and analyzed. It is concluded that if the intensity of the tangshan earthquake occurs, the seabed slope will have a large deformation and the overall instability may occur. Engineering measures can be used to restrain the deformation of the seabed slope and structures and prevent the seabed geological disasters caused by the earthquake. The results of the project can be applied to other areas of the ocean and coastal zone.

Keywords:Caofeidian; Geomorphology; Earthquake; Submarine Slope; Structure; Newmark

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The Caofeidian sea area is located in the north of Bohai Bay in China, and the shore is the Caofeidian Port area. Chu Hongxian et al. studied the seabed topography and geomorphology characteristics of the Caofeidian deep trough area by using the multi-stage bathymetric topography, side scan sonar, Marine geophysics and Marine geology data obtained. The detailed interpretation of shallow seismic profile, single-channel seismic profile and multichannel seismic profile with high resolution and high signalto- noise ratio is carried out, and some new understandings are obtained:

a) The development of topography and geomorphology in the Caofeidian deep trough is controlled by geological structure, paleo-Luanhe river delta evolution, Marine hydrodynamic force and human activities. The subsidence of the deep submarine structure is the basis of the formation of the topography and landform of the Caofeidian deep trough area, and the evolution of the abandoned delta of the ancient Luanhe River formed the landform of the Caofeidian headland under the action of Marine hydrodynamic force. The caofeidian project had obvious siltation effect on the tidal flat and made the deep trough area in the scouring environment.

b) By testing and analyzing the grain size, carbon-14, palynology, geochemistry, clay minerals and heavy minerals content characteristics of H6 borehole cores in the depth range of 120 meters, the strata, sedimentary facies and sedimentary environment of H6 borehole can be divided into six alternating layers from top to bottom: shallow sea facies-continental facies-shallow sea facies-continental facies-coastal facies - continental facies. The regional stratigraphic age is from Holocene to Late Pleistocene, when the climatic environment was in a warmer period and three transgressions occurred.

c) Taking the typical sea area of Caofeidian deep trough as the research target, the calculation model [1] of typical SLOPE of Caofeidian deep trough was established, and the seabed topographic parameters, stratigraphic structure parameters, soil physical and mechanical parameters and other indicators calculated by the model were determined. Geo-slope SLOPE analysis software was used to perform quantitative calculation of the stability of seabed SLOPE. The stability of submarine slope under natural condition before construction and after large-scale construction is analyzed, and the stability of slope under extreme conditions such as large wind wave and earthquake is simulated.

d) According to the research results of Newmark dynamic analysis method [2-4], if the intensity of tangshan earthquake occurs, the seabed slope deformation is large, the slope cannot remain stable, and the overall instability may occur [5].

Therefore, engineering measures should be taken to restrain the deformation of submarine slopes and structures, which is conducive to the prevention of seabed geological disasters caused by earthquakes.

e) The project team has carried out the research and development of sounding data processing methods (surge filter application and correction method) and the application practice of technical methods. The results of this project provide the benchmark data for the follow-up evaluation of Marine environment in the later stage of engineering and can be applied to other areas of ocean and coastal zone.

Funding

Project of China Geological Survey “1:50,000 Marine Regional Geological Survey in Caofeidian Sea area, Bohai Sea”[DD20211553].

References

  1. Chu HX, Fang ZH, Shi HJ, Gao XH (2016) Analysis and evaluation on the slope stability of Caofeidian deep trough. The Ocean Engineering 34(3): 114-122.
  2. Abramson LW, Lee T S, Sharma S, Boyce G M (2001) Slope Stability and Stabilization Methods, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons Inc, New York, USA.
  3. Anderson D G, Martin G R, John D Bowe, Larry L Brown, Deborah H Butler, et al (2008) Seismic Analysis and Design of Retaining Walls, Buried Structures, Slopes, and Embankments (NCHRP REPORT 611), Transportation Research Board p. 1-148.
  4. Shi HJ, Chu HX, Gao XH (2013) The discussion of submarine slope stability analysis. Marine Geology Frontiers 29 (3): 44-45.
  5. Chu HX, Feng YC, Shi HJ, Hao LC, Gao YQ, et al (2021) Application of the Newmark Analysis Method in Stability Evaluation of Submarine Slope. Shock and Vibration Article ID 8747470 p. 1-7.
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