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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

Zhang, Qingwei 04i/123/Thu Geochronology and Geochemistry of the Intrusions in Dayaoshan Uplift, Guangxi, South China

Zhang, Qingyang 05h/15:45/Mon Controlling Factors of Organic Matter Accumulation in High Quality Source Rock in Weixinan Depression, Beibuwan Basin: Implication from Structural Activity and Depositional Environment

Zhang, Ronghu 05i/09:00/Wed The Controls of Ultra-Deep Clay Minerals on the Property of Gas Reservoir in Kuqa depression,Tarim basin,China

Zhang, Rongqing 05e/100/Wed Genesis of Tin-Dominant Deposits in the Dachang District, South China: Insights from Cassiterite U–Pb Ages and Trace Elements

Zhang, Rui 06j/214/Thu Investigation of Shale Matrix Heterogeneity, Anisotropy and Strain Using X-Ray and in situ Neutron Diffraction

Zhang, Shao-Bing 03b/13/Wed The Origin of Early Neoproterozoic Volcanic Rocks and Plagiogranites in the Northern Margin of the South China Block: Constraints on the Position of South China in Supercontinent Rodinia

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

Zhang, Shipeng 13i/10:45/Thu Heavy Metal Source Apportionment in Soil by Using Vanadium Isotopic Ratios and Speciation Characteristics

Zhang, Shuai 06c/09:45/Fri An in situ Look at Water, Ions and Forces at Mineral Surfaces and in Confinement

Zhang, Shuan-Hong 04h/10:15/Wed Temporal and Genetic Link between Large Igneous Provinces and Black Shales during “Earth’s Middle Age”

Zhang, Shuang 09m/09:45/Thu Stepwise Oxygenation of the Paleozoic Atmosphere
03l/09:45/Thu Significant Influence of Seawater Calcium Concentration on Marine Phosphorus Burial
03l/10:45/Thu Sustained High-Mg Precambrian Ocean Conditions: A Two Billion Year Hangover?

Zhang, Shui 13g/09:15/Fri Mobility and Geochemical Behavior of Antimony in Mining-Impacted Water Environments, Guizhou, China

Zhang, Shuichang 05h/11:00/Mon Hydrous Pyrolysis of Kerogens with FeS: Insights into the Carbon and Hydrogen Isotope Fractionation of Hydrocarbon Gases in Deep Formation
09g/277/Mon An Episode of Rising Oxygen Level at Mesoproterozoic
09m/306/Tue Pulsed Oxidation of Deep Ocean of Early Cambrian Revealed by Phosphate Nodule
11d/392/Wed Significance of Source Rock Heterogeneities: A Case Study of Mesoproterozoic Xiamaling Formation Shale in North China

Zhang, Shuo 07c/217/Mon Equilibrium Calcite-Fluid Sr/Ca Partition Coefficient from Marine Sediment Pore Fluids

Zhang, Siting 08e/212/Wed Triple Oxygen Isotope Fractionation during Phosphoric Acid Digestion of Carbonates

Zhang, Tianshu 07b/285/Wed Accumulation of Lacustrine Shale Oil in Triassic Chang 7 Member in Ordos Basin and its Controlling Factors

Zhang, Ting 03l/89/Tue The Effect of Temperature on the Formation of Steranes

Zhang, Tonggang

Zhang, Weibin 09a/304/Tue Microsample Unspiked K-Ar Dating: A New Approach of Argon Geochronology

Zhang, Weigang 03l/86/Tue Age, Source and Setting of the Late Neoproterozoic Conglomerate in the S-Ob, North China Block
03l/99/Tue Detrial Zircon U-Pb Geochronology of the Nancaode and Zhuanghegou Formations in the Mouzigou Area of the S-Ob, North China Block

Zhang, Wen 03j/71/Tue Helium Characteristics in Granites from North Qinling Orogen, China: Implications for Granite as an Effective Helium Source Rock
11c/369/Wed A Rapid and Simple Single-Stage Method for Ca Separation from Geological and Biological Samples for Isotopic Analysis by MC-ICP-MS
04i/104/Thu Mantle Heterogenity and Crustal Processes at Ultraslow-Spreading Ridges: Constraints from Plagioclase Ultraphyric Basalts from the Mt. Jourdanne (~64°E), Southwest Indian Ridge

Zhang, Wenbing 13f/395/Mon Strontium Isotopic Characteristics and Water-Rock Interaction of Shallow Groundwater in an Arid Desert Area

Zhang, Wenjie 05k/144/Wed Geochemical Evolution Processes of Geothermal Water in Tethys Himalaya Belt

Zhang, Wenjing 13l/426/Mon DFT Investigations for Mechanisms of the TCEP Degradation by Hydroxyl Radical

Zhang, Xi 13i/422/Wed Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistant Genes Contamination in the Subsurface Environment: Sources, Fate/Transport and Remediation

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