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Index of Authors

The name of each author is followed by a code providing the details of each presentation. The first indicates the session number, the second the time of the presentation, or poster board number, and the third the day of the presentation. For example, 07g/15:30/Th indicates on oral presentation in session 07g at 15:30 on Thursday. Codes in bold indicate a presenting author. Clicking on the code will take you to the session listing for that session.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Đ | Ł | Ø | Þ

Xi, K. 05h/09:15/Mon Characteristics and Origin of Carbonate Cements in Eastern Slope of Fukang Sag, Junggar Basin

Xia, B. 03f/15:30/Tue Phase Equilibria of MT–UHP Eclogite: A Case Study of Coesite Eclogite at Yangkou, Sulu Belt, China

Xia, F. 05f/152/Tue Characteristics of Chlorite from the Nalinggou Uranium Deposit in the Ordos Basin and Its Geological Significance

Xia, H. 13l/426/Mon DFT Investigations for Mechanisms of the TCEP Degradation by Hydroxyl Radical

Xia, Lichao 13k/408/Tue Usefulness and Limitations of Stable Oxygen Isotopes in Application to Selenium Oxyanion Biogeochemistry

Xia, Liuwen 05h/169/Mon Hydrocarbon Generation Characteristics of Alkaline Lacustrine Source Rocks: The Lower Permian in the Northewestern Junggar Basin, NW China

Xia, Qiong-Xia 03d/23/Wed The Origins of Garnets in Anatectic Rocks fromTethyan Himalaya: Constraints from Major-Trace Element Zonations and Phase Equilibrium Calculations

Xia, Qun-Ke 02e/21/Mon Mantle Transition Zone Source of Cenozoic Water-Rich Intraplate Magmatism in Eastern China
04h/16:15/Tue Mantle Hydration and the Role of Water in the Generation of Large Igneous Provinces
04h/114/Tue Low Basalt-Source Water Contents Inhibiting the Formation of Large Igneous Province in the Leiqiong Area (South China)
03e/64/Thu Variations in the H2O Content and H2O/Ce Ratio of Mantle Pyroxenites: Implications for Enriched Components in the Mantle
04i/125/Thu Origin of a Transition Zone-Derived Mantle Plume at Changbai Volcano
04i/10:00/Fri Water Content of Abyssal Peridotites: Implications for Melt Transports beneath Mid-Oceanic Ridges

Xia, X-P. 03d/22/Wed Late Permian Bimodal Volcanic Rocks in the Northern Qiangtang, Central Tibet: Evidence for the Interaction between Emeishan Plume and Paleo-Tethyan Subduction System
04i/116/Thu The Origin of the Pliocene Wangqing River Alkali Picrite, NE China
03e/10:45/Fri An Abrupt Increase of Oxygen Isotopes at ca. 3230 Ma in Archean TTGs from the Barberton Granite-Greenstone Terrane, South Africa

Xia, Yan 04i/111/Thu Petrogenesis of Anatectic Granites and Restitic Granulite Enclaves: Implications for Disequilibrium Partial Melting

Xia, Yanqing

Xia, Ying 01h/17/Tue The Composition of the Lunar Core Through Zinc and Copper Isotopes

Xia, Yong 05g/17:00/Fri Trace Elements and REE Distribution in the Phosphorite-Hosted REE Deposit of the Zhijin Region, Guizhou Province, China

Xiang, B. 05h/169/Mon Hydrocarbon Generation Characteristics of Alkaline Lacustrine Source Rocks: The Lower Permian in the Northewestern Junggar Basin, NW China

Xiang, H.

Xiang, Y. 07l/15:00/Wed Thorium Isotopes as Tracers of the Biological Carbon Pump in the Arctic

Xiao, D. 07b/279/Wed Heterogeneous Depositional Environment of Lower Cambrian Organic-Rich Shale in Yangtze Platform: Evidences from Fe-Mo Geochemistry and Microorganisms

Xiao, H. 05h/161/Mon Molecular Modelling Insight into the Intramolecular Methyl Transfer of Methyl Dibenzofuran Isomers in Oil Migration Orientation and Filling Pathways
05h/173/Mon Geochemical Characteristics of the Yogou Formation Source Rocks and Oil-Source Correlation within a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework in the Termit Basin, Niger

Xiao, J.

Xiao, S. 09g/280/Mon Geochemistry of the Basal Ediacaran Tereeken Cap-Doloston of the Quruqtagh Group in Eastern Tianshan, Northwestern China
09m/313/Tue Calcium Isotope Constraints on the Terminal Ediacaran Rise of Calcified Animals

Xiao, Wen Jiao 02b/4/Mon Distinctive Pb Isotopic Mantle Evolution beneath the Paleo-Tethyan and Paleo-Asian Ocean

Xiao, Wenjie 10e/16:45/Tue Different 14C Age of Terrestrial and Marine Organic Carbon in Sediments of New Britain Trench: Insight into Carbon Source and Transport in Hadal Trenches

Xiao, X. 02b/8/Mon Magnesium and Hafnium Isotopic Geochemical Characteristics of Mantle Peridotites from Penglai, the North China Craton

Xiao, Yilin 03d/52/Wed Inter-Mineral Magnesium and Iron Isotope Fractionations in Ultrahigh-Pressure Metamorphosed Mafic-Ultramafic Rocks

Xiao, Yingkai 08e/206/Wed Effect of Concentration-Dilution Cycle on the Variation in δ37Cl Values in Evaporites
03e/50/Thu Lithium Isotopic Composition of the Leachates Acid-Soluble in Loess-Paleosol Sediments from Chinese Loess Plateau of Luochuan

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