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The ∼390 Ma high-T metamorphic event in the Chinese Altai: A consequence of ridge-subduction?
Journal:American Journal of Science
Accretionary orogenesis of the Chinese Altai: Insights from Paleozoic granitoids
Accretionary orogeny in the north Xinjiang and lateral growth of the Central Asian continent
Proceeding/Conference:2005 National Symposium on Petrology and Geodynamics
Archean crustal evolution of the northern Tarim craton, NW China: Zircon U-Pb and Hf isotopic constraints
Baijuhuajian A-type granites in the western Zhejiang Province, SE China: Geochemical and zircon U-Pb and hf isotope compositions and tectonic implications
Proceeding/Conference:The 17th Annual Goldschmidt Conference, Cologne. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Charnockites in Western Junggar Region, Xinjiang, China: their significance to crustal growth in the region
Proceeding/Conference:IGCP 420 Continental Growth in the Phanerozoic: Evidence from East-Central Asia Second Workshop, Ulaanbaatar, Abstracts
The Chinese Altai: a Paleozoic Arc Terrane or a Precambrian Micro-continent?
Proceeding/Conference:8th Annual Meeting of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society. Taipei. Abstracts, 2011, p. SE65-A011
Constraining the deposition time and tectonic background of the Habahe Group of the Altai
Journal:Acta Petrologica Sinica
Discovery of charnockites in West Junggar and their geological significance
Proceeding/Conference:Symposium of Granites and crustal evolution, Nanjing
The discovery of the oldest rocks in the Kuluketage area and its geological implications
Journal:Science China Earth Sciences
Early Jurassic post-orogenic extension: constraints from Niuxinguo and Shigulonshan plutons.
Early Paleozoic ridge subduction in the Chinese Altai: Insight from the abrupt change in zircon Hf isotopic compositions
Journal:Science in China, Series D: Earth Sciences
Early Paleozoic sedimentary record of the Chinese Altai: Implications for its tectonic evolution