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Name
: Bin HE(何斌)
Position: Research Professor
Department: State Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry
Email: hebin@gig.ac.cn

Research

I am working on two aspects: (1) the temporal relationship between mass extincations (end-Guadalupian or Guadalupian-Lopingian Boundary and Permian-Triassic Boundary) and volcanisms (The Emeishan Large Igneous Province and the Tethy Permian-Triassic Boundary felsic volcanic ashes), (2) the genetic relationship between magmatism, metamorphism and deformation in Mesozoic in the east of China, using mineralogical, petrological and geochemical tools.

My current projects include (1) nature and source of volcanic ashes and claystones in Permian of South China, (2) ductile deformation including gneiss domes and basin evolution in the east of China including Western hills in Beijing, Hongzhen in Anhui, Lushan in Jiangxi and Dongguan in Guangdong 
 

Research:

Recent Publications:
1. Li X. H., Li Z. X., He B., Li W.X., Li Q. L., Gao Y.Y., Wang X.C., 2011. In situ U-Pb, Lu-Hf and O isotope analyses of detrital zircons from Middle to Late Permian sediments in SE China: implications for an Early Permian active continental margin and crustal growth of the Cathaysia Block. Chemical Geology. in press
2. He Bin, Xu Y.G., Zhong Y.T., Guan J.P., 2011.Reply to comment on ‘Paleokarst on the top of the Maokou Formation: Further evidence for domal crustal uplift prior to the Emeishan flood volcanism’ Lithos 125: 1009-1011.
3. He Bin, Xu Y.G., Zhong Y.T., Guan J.P., 2010. The Guadalupian-Luopingian Boundary mudstones at Chaotian (SW China) are clastic rocks rather than acidic tuffs: Implication for a relative temporal coincidence between the end-Guadalupian mass extinction and the Emeishan volcanism Lithos 119 10-19
4. He Bin, Xu Y.G., Zhong Y.T., Guan J.P., 2010. Paleokarst on the top of the Maokou Formation: Further evidence for domal crustal uplift prior to the Emeishan flood volcanism Lithos 119: 1-9.
5. Xu, Y.G., Chung S. L., Shao, H., He Bin, 2010 Silicic magmas from the Emeishan large igneous province, Southwest China: Petrogenesis and their link with the end-Guadalupian biological crisis Lithos 119: 47-60.
6. Xu, Y.G., Zhen YL, Huang LX, He B, 2008. Zircon U–Pb and Hf isotope constraints on crustal melting associated with the Emeishan mantle plume. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72:3084-3104
7. Li J. Xu J.F., He B., Suzuki K., Xu Y.G.,Ren, Z. Y, 2010, Os, Nd and Sr isotope and trace element geochemistry of the Muli picrites: Insights into the mantle source of the Emeishan Large Igneous Province Lithos 119: 108-122.
8. Li H. Y., Xu Y. G., Huang X. L., He Bin., Luo Z. Y., and Yan B. 2009. Activation of northern margin of the North China Craton in Late Paleozoic: Evidence from U-Pb dating and Hf isotopes of detrital zircons from the Upper Carboniferous Taiyuan Formation in the Ningwu-Jingle basin. Chinese Science Bulletin 54(4), 677-686.
9. Li H. Y., He Bin., Xu Y. G., Huang X. L., 2010. U–Pb and Hf isotope analyses of detrital zircons from Late Paleozoic sediments: Insights into interactions of the North China Craton with surrounding plates Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 39: 335-346
10. He Bin, Xu Y.G., Paterson S., 2009. Magmatic diapir of the Fangshan pluton in the west of Beijing, China. Journal of Structural Geology 31(6): 615-626
11. He Bin, Xu Y.G., Huang, X.L., Luo, Z.Y., Shi , Y.R., Yang, Q.J. and Yu, S.Y., 2007. Age and duration of the Emeishan flood volcanism, SW China: Geochemistry and SHRIMP zircon U-Pb dating of silicic ignimbrites, post-volcanic Xuanwei Formation and clay tuff at the Chaotian section. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 225:306-323
12. He Bin, Xu Y.G., Campbell I, 2009. Pre-eruptive uplift in the Emeishan. Nature Geosciences, 2:530-531
13. Xu, Y.G., He Bin, 2007. Thick and high velocity crust in Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: Evidence for crustal growth by magmatic underplating/intraplating. In: Foulger, G. and Jurdy, D. eds. The Origins of Melting Anomalies: Plates, Plumes, and Planetary Processes. Geological Society of America Special Papers 430: 841-858
14. Xu YG, B He, et al. 2007. Testing plume hypothesis in the Emeishan large igneous province. Episodes 30: 32-42
15. Xu YG,He Bin et al., 2007. Late Permian Emeishan Flood Basalts in Southwestern China. Earth Science Frontiers, 14(2): 1–9.
16. Luo Z.Y., Xu Y.G., He Bin, Shi Y.R., Huang X.L., 2007. Geochronologic and petrochemical evidence for the genetic link between the Maomaogou nepheline syenites and the Emeishan large igneous province. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2007, 52(7): 949-958
17. Wang Q., Wyman A., Xu J. F., Jian P., Zhao Z. H., Li C.F., Xu W., Ma J. L., He B. 2007. Early Cretaceous adakitic granites in the Northern Dabie complex, central China: implications for partial melting and delamination of thickened lower crust. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2007, 71: 2609-2636