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Yanbo Cheng
James Cook University
38Publications
14H-index
444Citations
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#1Kaylene CamutiH-Index: 1
Last.Yanbo ChengH-Index: 14
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[From Introduction:] Our world will be a different place by 2040. Electric vehicles will dominate the roads, and clean renewable sources will provide most of our energy needs. The internal combustion engine will be headed for the history books to join the computer floppy disc and the Walkman. Enabling this technological revolution will require steady supplies of specialty metals including tin, tungsten, indium and the rare earth elements. The rare earth elements, indium and tungsten have respect...
#1Yanbo Cheng (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 14
#2Carl Spandler (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 28
Last.Kevin Blake (WWU: Western Washington University)H-Index: 1
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#1Yanbo Cheng (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 14
#2Carl Spandler (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 28
Last.Gavin W. Clarke (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 3
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Understanding the connection between the highly evolved intrusive and extrusive systems is essential to explore the evolution of high silicic magma systems, which plays an important role in discussions of planetary differentiation, the growth of continents, crustal evolution, and the formation of highly evolved magma associated Sn–W–Mo mineral systems. To discern differences between "fertile" and "non-fertile" igneous rocks associated with Sn–W–Mo mineralizationand reveal the genetic links betwe...
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#1Jingwen MaoH-Index: 35
#2Bikang XiongH-Index: 2
Last.Pan DaiH-Index: 1
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Abstract The Yangchuling W–Mo deposit, located in the Jiangnan porphyry–skarn (JNB) tungsten ore belt, is the first recognized typical porphyry W–Mo deposit in China in the 1980's. Stockworks and disseminated W–Mo mineralization occur in the roof pendant of a 0.3 km 2 monzogranitic porphyry stock that intruded into a granodiorite stock, hosted by Neoproterozoic phyllite and slate. LA-ICPMS zircon U–Pb analyses suggest that of the monzogranitic porphyry and granodiorite were formed at 143.8 ± 0.5...
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#1Peng Liu (China University of Geosciences)H-Index: 4
#2Jingwen MaoH-Index: 35
Last.Di Hao (China University of Geosciences)H-Index: 1
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The Feie'shan W-Sn deposit is in eastern Guangdong Province, which is a newly explored deposit in the southeastern coastal metallogenic belt. In order to constrain the age of mineralization in the Feie'shan W-Sn deposit, we collected molybdenites and hydrothermal biotite of the Feie'shan W-Sn deposit for dating. The tungsten mineralization is spatially associated with the biotite monzonitic granite porphyry. LA-MC-ICP-MS zircon U-Pb dating of the biotite monzonitic granite porphyry yielded a wei...
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#1Zhaoshan ChangH-Index: 17
#2Gavin W. ClarkeH-Index: 3
Last.K. Liu
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Deposits with economic tin (Sn) or tungsten (W) – molybdenum (Mo) are widespread in north-east Queensland, ranging between -14.40 and -19.50°and 143.50-146.20°. This area used to be one of the major sources on Sn and W in Australia, with mineralisation discovered and exploited from the 1880s. According to the Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) database (von Gnielinski, 2015) this region has 792 Sn deposits and 132 W deposits. The large number indicates that geological conditions are generally...
#1Yanbo Cheng (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 14
#2Jingwen Mao (China University of Geosciences)H-Index: 35
Last.Peng Liu (China University of Geosciences)H-Index: 4
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The Sn–W mineralization in SE Yunnan Province, China and NE Vietnam shares many similarities. Through comparing the geological and geochronological data, we suggest the Sn–W deposits and the associate igneous rocks in the region represent one regional magmatic-mineralization event. To explore the geodynamic setting of these mineralization and magmatic activities, a geochronological dataset in the regions has been presented, containing data of this study and previously published. The dataset show...
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#1Jingwen MaoH-Index: 35
#2Franco PirajnoH-Index: 49
Last.Yanbo ChengH-Index: 14
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[Extract] Professor Yuchuan Chen, born in December 7, 1934, in Pinghu city of Zhejiang province, China, is an economic geologist well known not only in China but all over the world. He graduated from the Donetsk National University in 1959. From that time he has devoted himself to the fields of economic geology, geochemistry, regional metallogeny, mineral prospecting and exploration for 60 years.
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#1Yue WangH-Index: 5
#2Xiangkun ZhuH-Index: 6
Last.Yanbo ChengH-Index: 14
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Abstract Fe isotope compositions of mineral separates and bulk samples from Dongguashan and Fenghuangshan skarn type Cu–Fe deposits in Tongling District, Middle–Lower Yangtze Valley Cu–Fe–Au–Mo polymetallic belt have been investigated. Differences in δ 57 Fe values exist in co-precipitated bornite–chalcopyrite and pyrite–chalcopyrite mineral pairs. The bornite is enriched in light iron isotopes relative to coexisting chalcopyrite, whereas pyrite samples show a tendency of heavy isotopes enrichme...
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#1Hou-Min LiH-Index: 8
#2Li-Xing LiH-Index: 7
Last.Yanbo ChengH-Index: 14
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China has the largest global demand for iron ore resources, with more than 50% of its demand presently being met from foreign sources. Iron resources are abundant in China (ca. 80 billion tons of proven iron ores), but high-grade ores are scarce. Most iron deposits in China are low in grade, with an average grade of 30.62% TFe. The iron deposits in China are divided into six types: sedimentary–metamorphic, magmatic Fe–Ti–(V), volcanic rock-hosted, contact metasomatic–hydrothermal (mostly skarn),...
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