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Name  
Yang Jinhui
Title  
  Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Geology
Phone  
  010-82998510
Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  jinhui@mail.igcas.ac.cn
Office  
  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
Dr. Jin-Hui YANG
Prof. of Geochemistry and Igneous Petrology
State Key Laboratory of Lithospheric Evolution

Education
Ph.D., 2000, Petrology , Institute of Geology & Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
M.A., 1997, Ore deposit, Changchun College of Geology
B.A., 1994, Geology, Changchun College of Geology

Professional Experiences
2006-present, Research Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
2007-2008, Visit Research Fellow, GEMOC, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Macquarie University
2004-2006, Associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
2001-2002, Visit Research Follow, Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University
2000-2004, Assistant Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS Editorial Responsibilities
2007-present, Editorial Board for2009-present, Editorial Board for

Research Interests:
Igneous Petrogenesis;
Geochemistry;
Ore Deposits Using geochemical data to date the ages of igneous rocks and ore deposits, to trace their sources and petrogenetic and metallogenic processes, and to constrain the tectonics and geodynamics of magmatism and mineralization. Recent study focus on the source and petrogenesis of Mesozoic igneous rocks, gold mineralization and deformation in the North China Craton and their relationship to lithospheric thinning
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Honors:

2006, Houdefeng Award
2008, Sun Shen-Su Award

 


Supported Projects:
1. “Petrology” supported by NSFC;
2. “Age, petrogenesis and geodynamic setting of Early Cretaceous A-type granites in the northern Liaodong Peninsula” supported by NSFC;
3. “Geodynamics of the Late Triassic magmatism in the Liaodong Peninsula” supported by NSFC;
4. “Geodynamics and exploration of the Mesozoic mineralization of Southeast China” supported by Chinese Academy of Sciences;
5. “Affects to adjacent crust and lithospheric mantle of the deep continental subduction”, part of 973 project;
6. “In-situ U-Pb dating and Sr-Nd-O isotopic analysis of accessory minerals” supported by State Key Lab of Lithospheric Evolution

Selected Publication:
  1. Chen, J.Y., Yang, J.H., Zhang, J.H., Sun, J.F., 2014. Geochemical transition shown by Cretaceous granitoids in southeastern China: Implications for continental crustal reworking and growth. Lithos, 196-197: 115-130.
  2. Chen, J.Y., Yang, J.H., Zhang, J.H., Sun, J.F., Wilde, S.A., 2013. Petrogenesis of the Cretaceous Zhangzhou batholith in southeastern China: Zircon U–Pb age and Sr–Nd–Hf–O isotopic evidence Original Research Article. Lithos, 162–163: 140-156.
  3. Yang, J.H., Sun, J.F., Zhang, J.H., Wilde, S.A., 2012. Petrogenesis of Late Triassic intrusive rocks in the northern Liaodong Peninsula related to decratonization of the North China Craton: Zircon U–Pb age and Hf–O isotope evidence. Lithos,153: 108-128.
  4. Zhang, M., Yang, J.H., Sun, J.F., Wu, F.Y., Zhang, M., 2012. Juvenile subcontinental lithospheric mantle beneath the eastern part of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt. Chemical Geology, 328: 109-122.
  5. Yang, J.H., Sun, J.F., Zhang, M., Wu, F.Y., Wilde, S.A., 2012. Petrogenesis of silica-saturated and silica-undersaturated syenites in the northern North China Craton related to post-collisional and intraplate extension. Chemical Geology, 328: 149-167.
  6. Yang, J.H., O’Reilly, S., Walker, R., Griffin, W.L., Wu, F.Y., Zhang, M., Pearson, N., 2010. Diachronous decratonization of the Sino-Korean craton: Geochemistry of mantle xenoliths from North Korea. Geology, 38 (9): 799–802.
  7. Sun, J.F., Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Li, X.H., Yang, Y.H., Xie, L.W., Wilde, S.A., 2010. Magma mixing controlling the origin of the Early Cretaceous Fangshan granitic pluton, North China Craton In situ U-Pb age and Sr-, Nd-, Hf- and O-isotope evidence. Lithos, 120: 421-438.
  8. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Wilde, S.A., Zhao, G.C., 2008. Petrogenesis and geodynamics of Late Archean magmatism in the east Hebei, eastern North China Craton: Geochronological, geochemical and Nd-Hf isotopic evidence. Precambrian Research, 167(1-2), 125-149.
  9. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Wilde, S.A., Belousova, E., Griffin, W.L., 2008. Mesozoic decratonization of the North China Block. Geology, 36(6): 467-470.
  10. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Wilde, S.A., Chen, F., Liu, X.M., Xie, L.W., 2008. Petrogenesis of an Alkali Syenite-Granite-Rhyolite Suite in the Yanshan Fold and Thrust Belt, Eastern North China Craton: Geochronological, Geochemical and Nd-Sr-Hf Isotopic Evidence for Lithospheric Thinning. J. Petrol., 49(2): 315-351.
  11. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Chung, S.L., Lo, C.H., Wilde, S.A., Davis, G.A., 2007. Rapid exhumation and cooling of the Liaonan metamorphic core complex: Inferences from 40Ar/39Ar thermochronology and implications for Late Mesozoic extension in the eastern North China Craton. The Geological Society of America Bulletin, 119(11): 1405-1414.
  12. Yang, J.H., Sun, J.F., Chen, F.K., Wilde, S.A., Wu, F.Y., 2007. Sources and petrogenesis of Late Triassic dolerite dikes in the Liaodong Peninsula: Implications for post-collisional lithosphere thinning of Eastern North China Craton. Journal of Petrology, 48(10): 1973-1997.
  13. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Wilde S.A., Liu X.M., 2007. Petrogenesis of Late Triassic granitoids and their enclaves with implications for post-collisional lithospheric thinning of the Liaodong Peninsula, North China Craton. Chemical Geology, 242(1-2): 155-175.
  14. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Wilde, S.A., Xie, L.W., Yang, Y.H., Liu, X.M., 2007. Tracing magma mixing in granite genesis: in situ U-Pb dating and Hf-isotope analysis of zircons. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 153 (2): 177-190.
  15. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Shao, J.A., Wilde, S.A., Xie, L.W., Liu X.M., 2006. Constraints on the timing of uplift of the Yanshan Fold and Thrust Belt, North China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 246 (3-4): 336-352.
  16. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Chung, S.L., Wilde, S.A., Chu, M.F., 2006. A hybrid origin for the Qianshan A-type granite, northeast China: Geochemical and Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic evidence. Lithos 89 (1-2): 89-106.
  17. Yang, J.H., Chung, S.L., Wilde, S.A., Wu, F.Y., Chu, M.F., Lo, C.H., Fan, H.R., 2006. Petrogenesis of post-orogenic syenites in the Sulu Orogenic Belt, east China: Geochronological, geochemical and Nd-Sr isotopic evidence – Reply. Chemical Geology 235 (1-2): 186-190.
  18. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Chung, S.L., Wilde, S.A., Chu, M.F., Lo, C.H., Song, B., 2005. Petrogenesis of Early Cretaceous intrusions in the Sulu ultrahigh-pressure orogenic belt, east China and their relationship to lithospheric thinning. Chemical Geology 222 (3-4): 200-231.
  19. Yang, J.H., Chung, S.L., Wilde, S.A., Wu, F.Y., Chu, M.F., Lo, C.H., Fan, H.R., 2005. Petrogenesis of post-orogenic syenites in the Sulu Orogenic Belt, East China: geochronological, geochemical and Nd-Sr isotopic evidence. Chemical Geology 214 (1-2): 99-125.
  20. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Chung, S.L., Wilde, S.A., Chu, M.F., 2004. Multiple sources for the origin of granites: Geochemical and Nd/Sr isotopic evidence from the Gudaoling granite and its mafic enclaves, northeast China. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (21): 4469-4483.
  21. Yang, J.H., Chung, S.L., Zhai, M.G., Zhou, X.H., 2004. Geochemical and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic compositions of mafic dikes from the Jiaodong Peninsula, China: evidence for vein-plus-peridotite melting in the lithospheric mantle. Lithos 73 (3-4): 145-160.
  22. Yang, J.H., Wu, F.Y., Wilde, S.A., 2003. A review of the geodynamic setting of large-scale Late Mesozoic gold mineralization in the North China Craton: an association with lithospheric thinning. Ore Geology Reviews 23 (3-4): 125-152.
  23. Yang, J.H., Zhou, X.H., 2001. Rb-Sr, Sm-Nd, and Pb isotope systematics of pyrite: Implications for the age and genesis of lode gold deposits. Geology 29 (8): 711-714.
 
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