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2. He Bin, Xu Y-G，Wang Y-M, Luo Z-Y. 2006, Sedimentation and lithofacies paleography in SW China before and after the Emeishan flood volcanism: new insight into surface response to mantle plume activity. Journal of Geology. 114(1): 117-132.
3. 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
4. He Bin, Xu Y-G，Paterson Scott, 2009. Magmatic diapir of the Fangshan pluton in the west of Beijing, China. Journal of Structural Geology 31(6): 615-626
5. He B, Xu Y.G. Campbell I, 2009. Pre-eruptive uplift in the Emeishan? Nature Geosciences 2: 530-531.
6. Xu YG, He Bin, Chung SL, Menzies MA and Frey FA. 2004. The geologic, geochemical and geophysical consequences of plume involvement in the Emeishan flood basalt province. Geology 32 (10): 917-920
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9. Luo ZY, Xu YG, He Bin, Shi YR, Huang XL. 2007. Geochronologic and petrochemical evidence for the genetic link between the Maomaogou nepheline syenites and the Emeishan large igneous province. Chinese Science Bulletin 52(7): 949-958
10. Long Xiao, Y.G. Xu, H.J. Mei, Y.F. Zheng, B. He and Franco Pirajno, 2004. Distinct mantle sources of low-Ti and high-Ti basalts from the western Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: implications for plume–lithosphere interaction. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 228: 525-546
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12. Xiao L., Xu Y-G, Chung S-L, He B. 2003. Chemostratigraphic Correlation of Upper Permian Lavas, Yunnan Province, China: Extent of the Emeishan Large Igneous Province. International Geologic Review, 45: 753-766。
13. Li H. Y., Xu Y. G., Huang X. L., He B., 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.
14. Xu YG，He Bin et al., 2007. Late Permian Emeishan Flood Basalts in Southwestern China. Earth Science Frontiers, 14(2): 1–9.
15. 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.