Yi-Gang Xu
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Thermo-tectonic destruction of the Archaean lithospheric keel beneath the Sino-Korean Craton in China: Evidence, timing and mechanism
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy 26 (9-10 …, 2001
Petrologic and geochemical constraints on the petrogenesis of Permian–Triassic Emeishan flood basalts in southwestern China
YG Xu, SL Chung, B Jahn, G Wu
Lithos 58 (3), 145-168, 2001
Integration of geology, geophysics and geochemistry: a key to understanding the North China Craton
M Menzies, Y Xu, H Zhang, W Fan
Lithos 96 (1-2), 1-21, 2007
Sedimentary evidence for a rapid, kilometer-scale crustal doming prior to the eruption of the Emeishan flood basalts
B He, YG Xu, SL Chung, L Xiao, Y Wang
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 213 (3-4), 391-405, 2003
Geodynamics of the North China craton
MA Menzies, YG Xu
Mantle dynamics and plate interactions in East Asia 27, 155-165, 1998
Geologic, geochemical, and geophysical consequences of plume involvement in the Emeishan flood-basalt province
YG Xu, B He, SL Chung, MA Menzies, FA Frey
Geology 32 (10), 917-920, 2004
Destruction of the North China Craton
RX Zhu, YG Xu, G Zhu, HF Zhang, QK Xia, TY Zheng
Science China Earth Sciences 55 (10), 1565-1587, 2012
Distinct mantle sources of low-Ti and high-Ti basalts from the western Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: implications for plume–lithosphere interaction
L Xiao, YG Xu, HJ Mei, YF Zheng, B He, F Pirajno
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 228 (3-4), 525-546, 2004
Lithospheric thinning and destruction of the North China Craton
FY Wu, YG Xu, S Gao, JP Zheng
Age and duration of the Emeishan flood volcanism, SW China: geochemistry and SHRIMP zircon U-Pb dating of silicic ignimbrites, post-volcanic Xuanwei Formation and clay tuff at …
B He, YG Xu, XL Huang, ZY Luo, YR Shi, SY Yang, Qi-jun, Yu
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 225, 306-323, 2007
Crust-mantle interaction during the tectono-thermal reactivation of the North China Craton: constraints from SHRIMP zircon U–Pb chronology and geochemistry of Mesozoic plutons …
YG Xu, XL Huang, JL Ma, YB Wang, Y Iizuka, JF Xu, Q Wang, XY Wu
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 147 (6), 750-767, 2004
Role of lithosphere–asthenosphere interaction in the genesis of Quaternary alkali and tholeiitic basalts from Datong, western North China Craton
YG Xu, JL Ma, FA Frey, MD Feigenson, JF Liu
Chemical Geology 224 (4), 247-271, 2005
Diachronous lithospheric thinning of the North China Craton and formation of the Daxin'anling–Taihangshan gravity lineament
Lithos 96 (1-2), 281-298, 2007
On the timing and duration of the destruction of the North China Craton
YG Xu, HY Li, CJ Pang, B He
Chinese Science Bulletin 54 (19), 3379, 2009
Zircon U–Pb and Hf isotope constraints on crustal melting associated with the Emeishan mantle plume
YG Xu, ZY Luo, XL Huang, B He, L Xiao, LW Xie, YR Shi
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (13), 3084-3104, 2008
Mobilization and re-distribution of major and trace elements during extreme weathering of basalt in Hainan Island, South China
JL Ma, GJ Wei, YG Xu, WG Long, WD Sun
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (13), 3223-3237, 2007
Evidence for crustal components in the mantle and constraints on crustal recycling mechanisms: pyroxenite xenoliths from Hannuoba, North China
Chemical Geology 182 (2), 301-322, 2002
Regional uplift associated with continental large igneous provinces: The roles of mantle plumes and the lithosphere
AD Saunders, SM Jones, LA Morgan, KL Pierce, M Widdowson, YG Xu
Chemical Geology 241 (3-4), 282-318, 2007
Post-collisional plutons in the Balikun area, East Chinese Tianshan: evolving magmatism in response to extension and slab break-off
C Yuan, M Sun, S Wilde, W Xiao, Y Xu, X Long, G Zhao
Lithos 119 (3-4), 269-288, 2010
Contrasting Cenozoic lithospheric evolution and architecture in the western and eastern Sino‐Korean Craton: Constraints from geochemistry of basalts and mantle xenoliths
YG Xu, SL Chung, J Ma, L Shi
The Journal of Geology 112 (5), 593-605, 2004
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