Zhang Shaobing (张少兵)

  • Zhang Shaobing

    Associate Professor

    Tel: 86-551-360093

    Fax: 86-551-3603554

    Email: sbzhang@ustc.edu.cn

    Website: http://202.38.64.10/~sbzhang

    Current Address:

    School of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China,Hefei 230026, P. R. China

     

    Education:

    2002.9-2008.3 Ph. D. University of Science and Technology of China

    1998.9-2002.6 B. S., University of Science and Technology of China

    Research Interests:

    My research focuses on Precambrian evolution of the Earth, from Archean to Neoproterozoic, including the growth and reworking of continental crust, the early evolution of the Earth, the origin of granitoids and differentiation of the continental crust. Current interests include the Archean and Paleoproterozoic evolution of South China, the Neoproterozoic magmatism in South China and their tectonic implications.

    Publications:

    1  *Zhang, S.-B., Zheng, Y.-F., Zhao, Z.-F., 2010. Temperature effect over garnet effect on uptake of trace elements in zircon of TTG-like rocks. Chem. Geol. 274, 108-125.

    2  *Zhang, S.-B., Zheng, Y.-F., Zhao, Z.-F., Wu, Y.-B., Yuan, H., Wu, F.-Y., 2009. Origin of TTG-like rocks from anatexis of ancient lower crust: Geochemical evidence from Neoproterozoic granitoids in South China. Lithos, 113: 347-368.

    3   *Zhang, S.-B., Zheng, Y.-F., Zhao, Z.-F., Wu, Y.-B., Yuan, H., Wu, F.-Y., 2008. Neoproterozoic anatexis of Archean lithosphere: Geochemical evidence from felsic to mafic intrusions at Xiaofeng in the Yangtze Gorge, South China. Precambrian Res., 163(3-4): 210-238.

    4   *Zhang, S.-B., Zheng, Y.-F., Wu, Y.-B., Zhao, Z.-F., Gao, S., Wu, F.-Y., 2006. Zircon isotope evidence for ≥3.5 Ga continental crust in the Yangtze craton of China. Precambrian Res., 146(1-2): 16-34.

    5   *Zhang, S.-B., Zheng, Y.-F., Wu, Y.-B., Zhao, Z.-F., Gao, S., Wu, F.-Y., 2006.Zircon U-Pb age and Hf-O isotope evidence for Paleoproterozoic metamorphic event in South China. Precambrian Res., 151(3-4): 265-288.