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Name:
Feng GUO (郭锋)
Position: Research Professor
Department: State Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry
Email: fengguo@gig.ac.cn

Research

My research is concerned on the geochemistry and geological settings of the large-scale Mesozoic-Cenozoic igneous rocks in eastern China. I am particularly interested in crustal recycling processes during the enrichment of subcontinental lithospheric mantle by using in situ trace element and radiogenic and stable isotope analyses, and also the magmatic evolution processes recorded in minerals.

Current projects include the spatial and temporal distribution and petrogenesis of the large-scale Mesozoic volcanic lavas in SE China, the enrichment processes beneath the cratonic lithosphere in the Sino-Korean Craton and the mechanism for Mesozoic crustal growth in NE China. 
 

Research:

Recent Publications:
1. Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Zhao Liang, Yang Jinhui, 2011. Multi-stage crust-mantle interaction in SE China: Temporal, thermal and compositional constraints from the Mesozoic felsic volcanic rocks in eastern Guangdong-Fujian provinces. Lithos, in press.
2. Zhao Liang, Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Qin Xiaofeng, Li Hongxia, 2011. Origin of the granulite enclaves in Indo-Sinian peraluminous granites, South China. Lithos, in revision.
3. Zhao Liang, Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Qin Xiaofeng, Li Hongxia, 2011. Late Paleozoic ultrahigh-temperature metamorphism in South China: A case study of granulite enclaves in the Shiwandashan granites. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 27(6):1707 -1720.
4. Cai Guanqiang, Guo Feng, Liu Xiantai, Sui Shuling, 2011. Elemental and Sr–Nd isotopic compositions of Cenozoic sedimentary rocks from the Dongying Sag of Jiyang depression, North China: Implications for provenance evolution. Geochemical Journal, 45: 33-55.
5. Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Gao Xiaofeng, Li Chaowen, Miao Laicheng, Zhao Liang, Li Hongxia, 2010. Sr–Nd–Pb isotope mapping of Mesozoic igneous rocks in NE China: Constraints on tectonic framework and Phanerozoic crustal growth. Lithos, 120: 563-568.
6. Zhao Liang, Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Li Hongxia, 2010. Crustal evolution of the Shiwandashan area in southern China: Zircon U-Pb-Hf isotopic records from granulite enclaves in Indo-Sinian granites. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(19): 2028-2038.
7. Li Chaowen, Guo Feng, Zhao Liang, Li Hongxia, 2010. Geochemical constraints on petrogenesis of late Mesozoic intermediate-felsic volcanic rocks from the southeastern Jilin Province, NE China. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 26(4): 1074-1088.
8. Li Hongxia, Guo Feng, Li Chaowen, Zhao Liang, 2010. Late Paleozoic subduction of the Paleo-Asian Ocean: Geochronological and geochemical records from Qianshan mafic intrusion in Hunchun area, NE China. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 26(5): 1530-1540.
9. Qin Shecai, Fan Weiming, Guo Feng, Li Chaowen, Gao Xiaofeng, 2010. Petrogenesis of late Mesozoic diabase dikes in Zhejiang-Fujian provinces: Constraints from Ar-Ar dating and geochemistry. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 26(11): 3295-3306.
10. Guo Feng, Nakamura Eizo, Fan Weiming, Kobayashi, Katsura, Li Chaowen, Gao Xiaofeng, 2009. Mineralogical and geochemical constraints on magmatic evolution of Paleocene adakitic andesites from the Yanji area, NE China. Lithos, 112: 321-341.
11. Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Miao Laicheng, Zhao Liang, 2009. Early Paleozoic subduction of the Paleo-Asian Ocean: Geochronological and geochemical evidence from the Dashizhai basalts, Inner Mongolia. Science in China Series D – Earth Sciences, 52: 940-951.
12. Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Gao Xiaofeng, Miao Laicheng, 2009. Early Cretaceous highly positive Nd felsic volcanic rocks from the Hinggan Mountains, NE China: origin and implications for Phanerozoic crustal growth. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 98: 1395-1411.
13. Cai Guanqiang, Guo Feng, Liu Xiantai, Sui Shuling, Li Chaowen, Zhao Liang, 2008. Geochemistry of Neogene sedimentary rocks from the Jiyang basin, North China Block: The roles of grain size and clay minerals. Geochemical Journal, 42: 381-402.
14. Miao Laicheng, Fan Weiming, Liu Dunyi, Zhang Fuqin, Shi Yuruo, Guo Feng, 2008. Geochronology and geochemistry of the Hegenshan ophiolitic complex: Implications for late-stage tectonic evolution of the Inner Mongolia-Daxinganling Orogenic Belt, China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 32: 348-370.
15. Zhang Lian-chang, Zhou Xin-hua, Ying Ji-feng, Wang Fei, Guo Feng, Wan Bo, Chen Zhi-guang, 2008. Geochemistry and Sr–Nd–Pb–Hf isotopes of Early Cretaceous basalts from the Great Xinggan Range, NE China: Implications for their origin and mantle source characteristics. Chemical Geology, 256: 12-23.
16. Fan Weiming, Zhang Chunhong, Wang Yuejun, Guo Feng, Peng Touping, 2008. Geochronology and geochemistry of Permian basalts in western Guangxi Province, Southwest China: Evidence for plume-litho sphere interaction. Lithos, 102: 218-236.
17. Zi Jianwei, Fan Weiming, Wang Yuejun, Peng Touping, Guo Feng, 2008. Geochemistry and petrogenesis of the Permian mafic dykes in the Panxi region, SW China. Gondwana Research, 14: 368-382.
18. Fan Weiming, Guo Feng, Wang YueJun, Zhang Hongfu, 2007. Late Mesozoic mafic magmatism from the North China Block: constraints on chemical and isotopic heterogeneity of the subcontinental lithospheric mantle. In: Zhai MG; Windley BF; Kusky TM; Meng QR (eds): Mesozoic Sub-Continental Lithospheric Thinning Under Eastern Asia. Geological Society of London, Special Publications, 280: 77-100.
19. Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Xiaoyong, Li Chaowen, 2007. Geochemistry of Mesozoic mafic volcanic rocks from the Yanshan belt in the northern margin of the North China Block: relations with post-collisional lithospheric extension. In: Zhai MG; Windley BF; Kusky TM; Meng QR (eds): Mesozoic Sub-Continental Lithospheric Thinning Under Eastern Asia. Geological Society of London, Special Publications, 280: 101-129.
20. Li Chaowen, Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Gao Xiaofeng, 2007. Ar-Ar geochronology of Late Mesozoic volcanic rocks from the Yanji area, NE China and tectonic implications. Sciences in China Series D-Earth Sciences, 50: 505-518.
21. Guo Feng, Fan Weiming, Li Chaowen, Gao Xiaofeng, 2007. U-Pb ages, Hf isotope and trace element compositions of captured zircons of the Paleocene adakites in the Yanji area, NE China: Implications for magmatic evolution of intermediate-felsic magmas. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 23: 413-422.
22. Guo Feng, Nakamura Eizo, Fan Weiming, Kobayashi, Katsura, Li Chaowen, 2007. Generation of Palaeocene adakitic andesites by magma mixing; Yanji Area, NE China. Journal of Petrology, 48: 661-692.