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(2018) Precise Geochronological Constraints on the Relationship between Spatially Closely Associated Carbonatites and Alkaline Silicate Rocks
Ying J-F & Zhou X-H

(2014) Deep EMI Source Signature Inferred from Geochemistry of Ultrapotassic Volcanic Rocks in Eastern CAOB: Evidences of Re-Os and Li Isotopes
Zhou X-H, Ying J-F, Sun Y & Su B-X

(2014) Crustal Components in Pyroxenite Xenoliths from Eastern North China Craton: Implications for Lithospheric Modification Invoked by Continental Subduction
Ying J-F, Zhang H-F, Tang Y-J, Su B-X & Zhou X-H

(2013) LOMU Geochemical Signature of the Cenozoic Ultrapotassic Volcanic Rocks in NE China: Implications for a Relic Ancient Mantle Segment beneath the Eastern CAOB
Zhou X, Ying J, Sun Y & Shao J

(2012) Multi-Episodic Modification of the Lower Crust beneath the North China Block: Responses to the Phanerozoic Decratonization
Ying J-F, Zhang H-F, Tang Y-J, Su B-X & Zhou X-H

(2012) Source Characteristics of a high-K to Ultrapotassic Volcanic Rock Zone in NE China:A Typical EMI Signature from an Orogenic Belt
Zhou X, Shao J, Ying J & Su B

(2010) Early Episodic Crust Growth of North China Craton: Inferred from U/Pb Age, Hf and O Isotopes of Detrital Zircons from Proterozoic Sediments, Jixian Section
Zhou X, Ying J, Su B & Liu Q

(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

(2007) Are Peridotite Xenoliths in Mesozoic Plutons Inherited from Paleozoic Kimberlites?
Chen L-H, Jiang S-Y, Hofmann AW, Jovanovic Z, Xie L-W & Zhou X-H

(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

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