Xiao Yilin(肖益林)
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    Xiao Yilin(肖益林)

  • Prof. Dr. Yilin Xiao

    Department of Geochemistry and Environmental Science

    School of Earth and Space Sciences

    University of Science and Technology of China

    Hefei, Anhui, 230026,PR China

    Tel: 0086 551 3600775

    Fax: 0086 551 3600775

    E-mail: ylxiao@ustc.edu.cn;

    Ph.D., University of Göttingen (2001.1)

    M.S., Uni. of Science and Technology of China (1991.7)

    B. E., University of Central South China (1983.7)

    Research Interests

    1.  Isotope trace of fluid/rock interaction during high- and ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism.

    2.  Elemental and isotopic fractionation in subduction processes.

    3.  Micro-domain geochemical investigations on mineral grain scales.

    Selected Publications

    1. Xiao YL, Hoefs J, Hou ZH et al. (2011) Fluid/rock interaction and mass transfer in continental subduction zones: Constraints from trace elements and isotopes (Li, B, O, Sr, Nd, Pb) in UHP rocks from the Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling program (CCSD), Sulu, East China. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (Online)

    2. Li WY, Teng FZ, Xiao YL et al. (2011) High-temperature inter-mineral magnesium isotope fractionation in eclogite from the Dabie orogen, China. Earth Planet Sci Letter 304:224-230

    3. Schmidt A, Weyer S, Mezger K, Xiao YL, Hoefs J and Brey GP (2008) Rapid eclogitisation of the Dabie-Sulu UHP terrane: Constraints from Lu-Hf garnet geochronology. Earth Planet Sci Letter, 273:203-213

    4. Xiao YL, Sun WD, Hoefs J et al. (2006) Making continental crust through slab melting: constraints from Niobium – Tantalum fractionation in UHP metamorphic rocks. Geoc-himica et Cosmochimica Acta,70:4770-4782.

    5. Xiao YL, Zhang ZM, Hoefs J et al. (2006) Ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic rocks from the Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling Project – II. Oxygen isotope and fluid inclu-sion distributions through vertical sections. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 152:443-458.