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Jahn, b.m.
Jahn, b.m.
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Geochronology of the Phanerozoic granitoids in northeastern China
FY Wu, DY Sun, WC Ge, YB Zhang, ML Grant, SA Wilde, BM Jahn
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 41 (1), 1-30, 2011
16662011
A-type granites in northeastern China: age and geochemical constraints on their petrogenesis
F Wu, D Sun, H Li, B Jahn, S Wilde
Chemical Geology 187 (1-2), 143-173, 2002
16242002
Granitoids of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and continental growth in the Phanerozoic
B Jahn, F Wu, B Chen
Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of …, 2000
12152000
Massive granitoid generation in Central Asia: Nd isotope evidence and implication for continental growth in the Phanerozoic
B Jahn, F Wu, B Chen
Episodes 23 (2), 82-92, 2000
11982000
Crust–mantle interaction induced by deep subduction of the continental crust: geochemical and Sr–Nd isotopic evidence from post-collisional mafic–ultramafic intrusions of the …
B Jahn, F Wu, CH Lo, CH Tsai
Chemical geology 157 (1-2), 119-146, 1999
11621999
Crustal evolution of southeastern China: Nd and Sr isotopic evidence
J Chen, B Jahn
Tectonophysics 284 (1-2), 101-133, 1998
11081998
Petrologic and geochemical constraints on the petrogenesis of Permian–Triassic Emeishan flood basalts in southwestern China
Y Xu, SL Chung, B Jahn, G Wu
Lithos 58 (3-4), 145-168, 2001
9932001
The Central Asian Orogenic Belt and growth of the continental crust in the Phanerozoic
B Jahn
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 226 (1), 73-100, 2004
9252004
Phanerozoic crustal growth: U–Pb and Sr–Nd isotopic evidence from the granites in northeastern China
F Wu, B Jahn, S Wilde, D Sun
Tectonophysics 328 (1-2), 89-113, 2000
8402000
Highly fractionated I-type granites in NE China (I): geochronology and petrogenesis
F Wu, B Jahn, SA Wilde, CH Lo, TF Yui, Q Lin, W Ge, D Sun
Lithos 66 (3-4), 241-273, 2003
8242003
Two contrasting Paleozoic magmatic belts in northern Inner Mongolia, China: petrogenesis and tectonic implications
B Chen, B Jahn, S Wilde, B Xu
Tectonophysics 328 (1-2), 157-182, 2000
7652000
Plume-lithosphere interaction in generation of the Emeishan flood basalts at the Permian-Triassic boundary
SL Chung, B Jahn
Geology 23 (10), 889-892, 1995
7211995
Geochemical characterization of the Luochuan loess-paleosol sequence, China, and paleoclimatic implications
S Gallet, B Jahn, M Torii
Chemical geology 133 (1-4), 67-88, 1996
7071996
Depleted-mantle source for the Ulungur River A-type granites from North Xinjiang, China: geochemistry and Nd–Sr isotopic evidence, and implications for Phanerozoic crustal growth
B Han, S Wang, B Jahn, D Hong, H Kagami, Y Sun
Chemical Geology 138 (3-4), 135-159, 1997
6901997
Crustal evolution and Phanerozoic crustal growth in northern Xinjiang: Nd isotopic evidence. Part I. Isotopic characterization of basement rocks
A Hu, B Jahn, G Zhang, Y Chen, Q Zhang
Tectonophysics 328 (1-2), 15-51, 2000
6792000
Highly evolved juvenile granites with tetrad REE patterns: the Woduhe and Baerzhe granites from the Great Xing'an Mountains in NE China
B Jahn, F Wu, R Capdevila, F Martineau, Z Zhao, Y Wang
Lithos 59 (4), 171-198, 2001
6212001
Genesis of post-collisional granitoids and basement nature of the Junggar Terrane, NW China: Nd–Sr isotope and trace element evidence
B Chen, B Jahn
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 23 (5), 691-703, 2004
5752004
Phanerozoic continental growth in Central Asia
B Jahn, B Windley, B Natal'in, N Dobretsov
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 5 (23), 599-603, 2004
5632004
Highly fractionated I-type granites in NE China (II): isotopic geochemistry and implications for crustal growth in the Phanerozoic
F Wu, B Jahn, SA Wilde, CH Lo, TF Yui, Q Lin, W Ge, D Sun
Lithos 67 (3-4), 191-204, 2003
4612003
Loess geochemistry and its implications for particle origin and composition of the upper continental crust
S Gallet, B Jahn, BVV Lanoë, A Dia, E Rossello
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 156 (3-4), 157-172, 1998
4561998
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