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Introduction to Tectonics of ChinaZheng, YF; Xiao, W; Zhao, G201323
Palaeozoic porphyry Cu-Au and ultramafic Cu-Ni deposits in the eastern Tianshan orogenic belt: Temporal constraints from U-Pb geochronologyHan, ZK; Han, CM; Xiao, W; Zhao, G; Wang, Z; Ao, S; Zhang, J; Wan, B201335
Geochemistry and U-Pb detrital zircon dating of Paleozoic graywackes in East Junggar, NW China: insights into subduction-accretion processes in the southern Central Asian Orogenic BeltLong, X; Yuan, C; Sun, M; Safonova, I; Xiao, W; Wang, Y2012182
Geochemistry and Nd isotopic composition of the Early Paleozoic flysch sequence in the Chinese Altai, Central Asia: evidence for a northward-derived mafic source and insight into Nd model ages in accretionary orogenLong, X; Yuan, C; Sun, M; Xiao, W; Wang, Y; Cai, K; Jiang, Y2012173
Keketuohai mafic-ultramafic complex in the Chinese Altai, NW China: petrogenesis and geodynamic significanceCai, K; Sun, M; Yuan, C; Zhao, G; Xiao, W; Long, X2012148
Ruthenium(IV) porphyrin catalyzed phosphoramidation of aldehydes with phosphoryl azide as nitrene sourceXiao, W; Zhou, CY; Che, CM201297
The high-grade Tseel Terrane in SW Mongolia: an early Paleozoic arc system or a Precambrian sliver?Jiang, Y; Sun, M; Kroner, A; Tumurkhuu, D; Long, X; Zhao, G; Yuan, C; Xiao, W2012123
Late Ordovician to early Devonian adakites and Nb-enriched basalts in the Liuyuan area, Beishan, NW China: Implications for early Paleozoic slab-melting and crustal growth in the southern AltaidsMao, Q; Xiao, W; Fang, T; Wang, J; Han, C; Sun, M; Yuan, C2012155
Carboniferous mantle-derived felsic intrusion in the Chinese Altai, NW China: implications for geodynamic change of the accretionary orogenic beltCai, K; Sun, M; Yuan, C; Xiao, W; Zhao, G; Long, X; Wu, F2012102
Geochemical and geochronological study of early Carboniferous volcanic rocks from the West Junggar: petrogenesis and tectonic implicationsGeng, H; Sun, M; Yuan, C; Zhao, G; Xiao, W2011121
Geochemistry, zircon U-Pb ages and Hf isotopes of the Paleozoic volcanic rocks in the northwestern Chinese Altai: petrogenesis and tectonic implicationsWang, Y.J; Yuan, C; Long, X; Sun, M; Xiao, W; Zhao, G; Cai, K; Jiang, Y2011142
Geochronology, petrogenesis and tectonic significance of peraluminous granites from the Chinese Altai, NW ChinaCai, K; Sun, M; Yuan, C; Zhao, G; Xiao, W; Long, X; Wu, FY2011103
Kinematics and age constraints of deformation in a Late Carboniferous accretionary complex in Western Junggar, NW ChinaZhang, J; Xiao, W; Han, C; Ao, S; Yuan, C; Sun, M; Geng, H; Zhao, G; Guo, Q; Ma, C20111,251
Oceanic lithospheric mantle beneath the continental crust of the Chinese AltaiYuan, C; Sun, M; Xu, Y; Zhao, G; Xiao, W; Long, X; Yin, J2011605
Geological framework and Paleozoic tectonic history of the Chinese Altai, NW China: A reviewCai, K; Sun, M; Yuan, C; Long, X; Xiao, W2011122
Precambrian detrital zircons in the Early Paleozoic Chinese Altai: Their provenance and implications for the crustal growth of central AsiaJiang, Y; Sun, M; Zhao, G; Yuan, C; Xiao, W; Xia, X; Long, X; Wu, F2011124
A new concept of continental construction in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt: (Compared to actualistic examples from the Western Pacific)Safonova, I; Seltmann, E; Kröner, A; Gladkochub, D; Schulmann, K; Xiao, W; Kim, J; Komiya, T; Sun, M2011259
Prolonged magmatism, juvenile nature and tectonic evolution of the Chinese Altai, NW China: evidence from zircon U-Pb and Hf isotopic study of Paleozoic granitoidsCai, K; Sun, M; Yuan, C; Zhao, G; Xiao, W; Long, X; Wu, F.Y2011126
The study of Early-Paleozoic peraluminous granite (SP) and its tectonic significance in the Xingxingxia suture zone, eastern Tianshan Mountains, Xinjiang, northwest ChinaMao, Q; Xiao, W; Han, C; Fang, T; Sun, M; Yuan, C2010105
Geochemical and geochronological studies of the Alegedayi Ophiolitic Complex and its implication for the evolution of the Chinese AltaiWong, K; Sun, M; Zhao, G; Yuan, C; Xiao, W2010151
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