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Peng PENG (彭澎)
Peng PENG (彭澎)
Insitute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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A 1.78 Ga large igneous province in the North China craton: the Xiong'er Volcanic Province and the North China dyke swarm
P Peng, M Zhai, RE Ernst, J Guo, F Liu, B Hu
Lithos 101 (3-4), 260-280, 2008
4162008
Paleoproterozoic events in the North China craton
MG Zhai, P Peng
Acta Petrologica Sinica 23 (11), 2665-2682, 2007
398*2007
Geochronological constraints on the Paleoproterozoic evolution of the North China Craton: SHRIMP zircon ages of different types of mafic dikes
P Peng, M Zhai, H Zhang, J Guo
International Geology Review 47 (5), 492-508, 2005
3512005
UHT sapphirine granulite metamorphism at 1.93–1.92 Ga caused by gabbronorite intrusions: implications for tectonic evolution of the northern margin of the North China Craton
JH Guo, P Peng, Y Chen, SJ Jiao, BF Windley
Precambrian Research 222, 124-142, 2012
3172012
Paleoproterozoic gabbronoritic and granitic magmatism in the northern margin of the North China Craton: evidence of crust–mantle interaction
P Peng, J Guo, M Zhai, W Bleeker
Precambrian Research 183 (3), 635-659, 2010
2262010
Nature of mantle source contributions and crystal differentiation in the petrogenesis of the 1.78 Ga mafic dykes in the central North China craton
P Peng, MG Zhai, JH Guo, T Kusky, TP Zhao
Gondwana Research 12 (1-2), 29-46, 2007
2202007
U–Pb baddeleyite ages, distribution and geochemistry of 925 Ma mafic dykes and 900 Ma sills in the North China craton: evidence for a Neoproterozoic mantle plume
P Peng, W Bleeker, RE Ernst, U Söderlund, V McNicoll
Lithos 127 (1-2), 210-221, 2011
2122011
Spatial distribution of~ 1950–1800 Ma metamorphic events in the North China Craton: Implications for tectonic subdivision of the craton
P Peng, X Wang, BF Windley, J Guo, M Zhai, Y Li
Lithos 202, 250-266, 2014
1962014
Precambrian mafic dyke swarms in the North China Craton and their geological implications
P Peng
Science China Earth Sciences 58 (5), 649-675, 2015
1952015
Late Paleoproterozoic–Neoproterozoic multi-rifting events in the North China Craton and their geological significance: a study advance and review
M Zhai, B Hu, T Zhao, P Peng, Q Meng
Tectonophysics 662, 153-166, 2015
1902015
Neoproterozoic (~ 900 Ma) Sariwon sills in North Korea: Geochronology, geochemistry and implications for the evolution of the south-eastern margin of the North China Craton
P Peng, MG Zhai, Q Li, F Wu, Q Hou, Z Li, T Li, Y Zhang
Gondwana Research 20 (1), 243-254, 2011
1902011
Precambrian key tectonic events and evolution of the North China Craton
M Zhai, TS Li, P Peng, B Hu, F Liu, Y Zhang
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 338 (1), 235-262, 2010
1792010
Linking the Sulu UHP belt to the Korean Peninsula: Evidence from eclogite, Precambrian basement, and Paleozoic sedimentary basins
M Zhai, J Guo, Z Li, D Chen, P Peng, T Li, Q Hou, Q Fan
Gondwana Research 12 (4), 388-403, 2007
1552007
Meso Neoproterozoic magmatic events and multi stage rifting in the NCC.
DI Meng-Guo, HU Bei, B Peng, D Ta-Beng
Earth Science Frontiers 21 (1), 100, 2014
1462014
Age of the Miyun dyke swarm: Constraints on the maximum depositional age of the Changcheng System
P Peng, F Liu, MG Zhai, JH Guo
Chinese Science Bulletin 57 (1), 105-110, 2012
142*2012
Ca. 2.5 billion year old coeval ultramafic–mafic and syenitic dykes in Eastern Hebei: implications for cratonization of the North China Craton
T Li, M Zhai, P Peng, L Chen, J Guo
Precambrian Research 180 (3-4), 143-155, 2010
1362010
Genesis of the Hengling magmatic belt in the North China Craton: implications for Paleoproterozoic tectonics
P Peng, J Guo, M Zhai, BF Windley, T Li, F Liu
Lithos 148, 27-44, 2012
1312012
Zircon U–Pb ages and geochemistry of the Huai’an TTG gneisses terrane: petrogenesis and implications for∼ 2.5 Ga crustal growth in the North China Craton
F Liu, JH Guo, P Peng, Q Qian
Precambrian Research 212, 225-244, 2012
1292012
Petrogenesis of Late Paleoproterozoic Liangcheng charnockites and S-type granites in the central-northern margin of the North China Craton: implications for ridge subduction
P Peng, JH Guo, BF Windley, F Liu, Z Chu, MG Zhai
Precambrian Research 222, 107-123, 2012
1272012
Halaqin volcano-sedimentary succession in the central-northern margin of the North China Craton: products of Late Paleoproterozoic ridge subduction
P Peng, JH Guo, BF Windley, XH Li
Precambrian Research 187 (1-2), 165-180, 2011
1222011
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