​​​​​Orogenic Architecture and Crustal Growth 

from Accretion to Collision

IGCP 662

36th IGC rescheduled to 9-14 Novermeber 2020

45.7.8 Orogenic architecture and crustal growth from accretion to collision (IGCP-662)

Events
  • The Second Workshop and Field Excursion of IGCP662
  • Third circular of IGCP662 workshop
  • Second circular of IGCP662 workshop
  • First Workshop of IGCP-Project 662
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ARCHIVES                          
  • [2019蒙古会议和野外考察]

    3. Photos of the Second Workshop and Field Excursion of IGCP662, 04-10 July, 2019,Mongolia

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  • [201809第一次会议野外考察]

    2. First Workshop and traning Course of Project IGCP662,2018

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  • [201809第一次会议野外考察]

    1. Field Excursion of First Workshop of Project IGCP-662,15-20 September, 2018

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  • [老照片与igcp662相关]

    0. Conference with IGCP662

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Recently Publications
1. Ding-Jun Wen,Zhen-Yu He.Late Carboniferous crustal evolution of the Chinese Central Tianshan microcontinent: Insights from zircon U–Pb and Hf isotopes of granites.Geological Journal. 2020;55:1947–1963.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3794

2. Tian-Yu Lu,Zhen-Yu He,Reiner Klemd.Two phases of post-onset collision adakitic magmatism in the southern Lhasa subterrane, Tibet, and their tectonic implications.The Geological Society of America.

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1130/B35326.1

3. Li-Li Yan, Zhen-Yu He,, Reiner Klemd, Christoph Beier, Xi-Sheng Xu. Tracking crystal-melt segregation and magma recharge using zircon trace element data. Chemical Geology 542(2020) 119596.

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.119596

4.Bolat P. Khassen, Inna Yu Safonova,Pyotr V. Yermolov,Rostislav M Antonyuk,etc. The Tekturmas ophiolite belt of central Kazakhstan:Geology, magmatism, and tectonics.Geological Journal. 2020;55:2363–2382.

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3782.


5.Late Paleozoic Chingiz and Saur arc amalgamation in West Junggar (NW China): implications for accretionary tectonics in the southern Altaids.Song Shuaihua,Xiao  Wenjiao,Windley  Brian F,etc.

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