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All abstracts by Simon A. Wilde in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Zircon Evidence for Eclogite Facies Metamorphism at 3.9 Ga
Cavosie AJ, Spencer C, Evans NJ, McDonald B, Reddy SM, Wilde SA, Talavera C, Cameron EM, Valley JW, Fournelle J & Ushikubo T

(2017) Role of deep-Earth Water Cycling in Cretaceous Magmatism in Southeast China
Li Z, Wang X-C, Wilde SA, Liu L, Li W-X & Yang X-M

(2017) Tracing the Final Collision of Accretionary Orogens: Terminal Magmatic Activities in the Southern Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB)
Li S, Chung S-L, Wilde S, Jahn B-M, Xiao W-J & Wang T

(2017) A Monazite and Zircon Record of Neoarchean Polymetamorphism in the Saglek Block of Labrador
Kusiak MA, Dunkley DJ, Wilde SA, Konecny P, Salacinska A & Whitehouse MJ

(2017) Eoarchean Crust in the Napier Complex of East Antarctica: Isotopic Insights from U-Pb-Hf in Zircon
Dunkley D, Kusiak M, Wilde S, Kemp A & Whitehouse M

(2015) Integrating Petrology, P-T Records and Geochronology to Descipher Subduction-Exhumation Processes: The Trinidad Dome, Escambray Metamorphic Complex, Cuba
Despaigne-Diaz AI, Garcia-Casco A, Caceres-Govea D, Wilde S & Jourdan F

(2015) Metallic Lead Nanospheres Discovered in Ancient Antarctic Zircons
Kusiak M, Dunkley D, Whitehouse M, Wilde S, Wirth R & Marquardt K

(2014) 100 Ma Magmatism in the Jiamusi Block, NE China: An Indication for Lithospheric Extension Driven by Paleo-Pacific Roll-Back
Sun M, Chen H & Wilde S

(2014) New Evidence for ~4.45 Ga Terrestrial Crust from Zircon Xenocrysts in Ordovician Ignimbrite in the North Qinling Orogenic Belt, China
Diwu C, Sun Y & Wilde SA

(2013) Ancient Mobilisation of Radiogenic Pb and Ti during High-Grade Metamorphism
Kusiak MA, Whitehouse MJ, Wilde SA, Dunkley DJ, Nemchin AA, Wirth R & Marquardt K

(2013) Tomography at Single-Atom Scale of 207Pb and 206Pb in a 4374 Ma Zircon
Valley J, Ushikubo T, Cavosie A, Reinhard D, Lawrence D, Martin I, Larson D, Clifton P, Kelly T, Wilde S, Moser D & Spicuzza M

(2013) Delamination of the North China Craton: A Widespread Phenomenon or a One-Off Situation?
Wilde S

(2012) A Tertiary Record of Australian Plate Motion from Ages of Diamondiferous Alkalic Intrusions
McInnes B, Evans N, Jourdan F, McDonald B, Gorter J, Mayers C & Wilde S

(2012) Pre-Late Heavy Bombardment Terrestrial Crust: Review of the Zircon Evidence for its Nature and Origin
Wilde S

(2011) Hf Isotopes Require no Subduction in the Hadean?
Hawkesworth C, Kemp T, Wilde S & Vervoort J

(2011) Secondary Origin for “Primary” Mineral Inclusions in Detrital Zircons from Jack Hills, Western Australia
Rasmussen B, Fletcher I, Muhling J, Gregory C & Wilde S

(2010) What Controls the Composition of Low-Temperature Monazite?
Muhling J, Rasmussen B, Fletcher I & Wilde S

(2009) Mesozoic Decratonization of the North China Block: Evidence from Hf-Os Isotopes
Yang J-H, Wu F-Y, Griffin WL, O'Reilly SY & Wilde SA

(2008) Permian Bimodal Volcanic Rocks from Central Inner Mongolia, North China: Geochemistry, Petrogenesis and Tectonic Implication
Zhang X, Zhang H, Tang Y & Wilde S

(2008) Late Mesozoic Volcanism Across E. Mongolia and Great Xing’an Range, NE China: Geochemical Constraint on the Post-Collisional Extension
Zhou X, Ying J, Zhang L, Wilde SA, Badamgarav J & Tomurtogoo O

(2008) Crust-Mantle Interaction Below NE China: Evidence from Magma Mixing
Wilde S, Yang J & Wu F

(2008) Lithium in Jack Hills Zircon: Evidence for Extreme Weathering of Earth’s Crust at 4300 Ma
Ushikubo T, Kita NT, Cavosie AJ, Wilde SA, Rudnick RL & Valley JW

(2008) The Oldest Rocks and Zircons in China
Wan Y, Liu D, Wilde S, Nutman A, Dong C & Wang W

(2007) Oldest Terrestrial Diamonds in Zircon from Jack Hills, Western Australia
Menneken M, Nemchin A, Geisler T, Pidgeon R & Wilde S

(2007) Revisiting the Oldest Rocks in China
Wilde S, Liu D, Wan Y & Wu J

(2006) SHRIMP U¨CPb zircon geochronology of the Huai¡¯an Complex: constraints on late Archean to Paleoproterozoic custal accretion and collision of the Trans-North China Orogen
Zhao G, Wilde SA, Sun M, Xia X, Zhang J & He Y

(2006) The Importance of Imaging and Correlated In Situ Analyses: Trace Elements in >4 Ga Detrital Zircons
Cavosie AJ, Valley JW & Wilde SA

(2006) Late Mesozoic Volcanism Across E, Mongolia and Da Hingan Mts, NE China: Timing Constraint on the Closure of Mongol-Okhotsk Sea
Zhou X, Ying J, Wang F, Zhang L, Wilde SA, Badamgarav J & Badarch G

(2006) Nature and timing of Late Archaean arc magmatism along the western margin of the Yilgarn Craton
Wilde S & Pidgeon RT

(2006) What have we learned from pre-4 Ga zircons ?
Valley J, Cavosie A & Wilde S

(2005) SHRIMP U-Pb Zircon Geochronology of the Hengshan-Wutai-Fuping Mountain Belt, North China Craton
Zhao G, Wilde SA, Sun M, Li S & Zhang J

(2005) A Lower Age Limit for the Archean Based on &#948;<+>18<$>O of Detrital Zircons
Cavosie AJ, Wilde SA & Valley JW

(2003) Earliest Archean Magmatic Events: Insights from Detrital Zircon Studies
Cavosie A, Wilde S, Liu D & Valley J

(2002) Zircon Evidence of the Earliest Archean Crust: 4.0-4.4 Ga
Valley JW, Cavosie A, Graham C, King E, Peck W & Wilde S

(2002) Local Response to Global Mesozoic Overturn: Inferred from SHRIMP Zircon Dating of Lower Crust Xenoliths, North China Craton
Zhou X, Wilde S, Sun M & Nimchin A

(2002) Implications for Sources of Jack Hills Metasediments: Detrital Chromite
Cavosie A, Valley JW, Fournelle J & Wilde SA

(2001) Liquid Water in the Early Archean: Ion Microprobe Evidence from Oxygen Isotopes in 4.01 to 4.40 Ga Detrital Zircons
Peck WH, Valley JW, Wilde SA & Graham CM

(2000) Timing Constraint on Multiple Events of Subcontinental Lithosphere: Inferred from SHRIMP U/Pb Ages of Lower Crust Xenoliths, North China Craton
Zhou X, Wilde S, Sun M, Chen S & Zhang G

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