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limestone. Geosciences Journal 5, 159-164. Chough, S.K., Lee, H.S., Woo, J., Chen, J., Choi, D.K., Lee, S.-b., Kang, I., Park, T.-Y. & Han, Z., 2010. Cambrian stratigraphy of the North China Platform: revisiting principal sections in Shandong Province, China. Geosciences Journal 14, 235-268. Duke, W.L., 1990. Geostrophic circulation or shallow marine trubidity currents? The dilemma of paleoflow patterns in storm-influenced prograding shoreline systems. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 60, 870-883. Futterer, E., 1982. Experiments on the distinction of wave and current

-sediment deformational structures. [In:] M.E. Jones & R.M.F. Preston (Eds): Deformation of sediments and sedimentary rocks. Geological Society, London, Special Publication 29, 241-254. Duan, J., Liu, P. & Wan, C., 2002. Mesoproterozoic and Neoproterozoic seismite and its rhythm in the Yan-shan area, North China Platform. Acta Geologica Sinica 76, 441-445 (in Chinese with English abstract). Ettensohn, F.R., Zhang, C. & Lierman, R., 2011. Soft-sediment deformation in epicontinental carbonates as evidence of paleoseismicity with evidence for a possible new seismogenic indicator

(Hebei Province, E China) re-interpreted. Geologos 20, 139-146. Van Loon, A.J. & Pisarska-Jamroźy, M., 2014. Sedimen-tological evidence of Pleistocene earthquakes in NW Poland induced by glacio-isostatic rebound. Sedimentary Geology 300, 1-10. Van Loon, A.J., Han, Z. & Han, Y., 2012. Slide origin of breccia lenses in the Cambrian of the North China Platform: new insight into mass transport in an epeir-ic sea. Geologos 18, 223-235. Youd, T.L., 1978. Major cause of earthquake damage in ground failure. Civil Engineering 48, 47-51.

Loon, A.J., Han, Z., Han, Y., 2012. Slide origin of breccia lenses in the Cambrian of the North China Platform: new insight into mass transport in an epeiric sea. Geologos 18, 223-235. van Loon, A.J., Han, Z. & Han, Y., 2013. Origin of the vertically orientated clasts in brecciated shallow-marine limestones of the Chaomidian Formation (Furongian, Shandong Province, China). Sedimentology 60, 1059-1070. Vierek, A., 2007a. Transitional reef-to-basin facies of Lower Frasnian limestones determined by microfacies analysis (Wietrznia, Holy Cross Mts, Poland). Facies 53