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YING Jifeng
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:

Jifeng Ying
Professor of Geochemistry Academic

Ph. D. (2002) Geochemistry, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
M. Sc. (1999) Mineralogy, China University of Geosciences, Beijing
B. A. (1996) Geology, Chendu University of Technology

Professional History:
2005-present: Associate professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
2004-2005: Assistant professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
2002-2004: Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS

2005-2012:Associated professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS

2013-Present: Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS 

Professional Societies:
Chinese Society for Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry

Research Interests:
Petrology and geochemisty of mantle-derived rocks
Lithospheric evolution of North China Craton
Public Services:

Hou Defeng Medal of the Chinese Society of Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry 

Supported Projects:
1. Petrological and geochemical characteristics of carbonatites from western Shandong province and its geodynamic implications.  (National Nature Science Foundation of China) (2004,01-2006,12)
2. The petrology and geochemistry of deep seated xenoliths from the late Cretaceous basaltic breccia in Junan, Shandong Province and its geological implication. (National Nature Science Foundation of China) (2008,01-2010,12)
3.The crust-mantle interaction during the destrution of the North China Craton: constraints from the geochronology and geochemistry of Mesozoic alkaline intrusive complexes. (National Nature Science Foundation of China) (2010,01-2012,12)

Peer-reviewed Publications:
  1. Ying, J., Zhang, H., Tang, Y., Su, B., Zhou, X., 2013. Diverse crustal components in pyroxenite xenoliths from Junan, Sulu orogenic belt: Implications for lithospheric modification invoked by continental subduction. Chemical Geology, 356, 181-192.
  2. Ying, J.F., Zhou, X.H.,Su, B.X., Tang, Y.J., 2011.Continental growth and secular evolution: constrains from U-Pb ages and Hf isotopes of detrital zircons in Proterozoic Jixian section (1.8-0.8 Ga), North China Craton. Precambrian Research,189,229-238.
  3. Ying, J.F., Zhang, H.F., Tang, Y.J., 2011. Crust-mantle interaction in the central North China Craton during the Mesozoic: Evidence from zircon U-Pb chronology, Hf isotope and geochemistry of syenitic-monzonitic intrusions from Shanxi province. Lithos, 125:449-462.
  4. Ying, J.F., Zhou, X.H., Zhang, L.C., Wang, F., 2010. Geochronological framwork of Mesozoic volcanic rocks in the Great Xing'an Range, NE China and their geodynamic implications. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences.39(6),786-793.
  5. Ying, J.-F., Zhou, X.-H., Zhang, L.-C., Wang, F. and Zhang, Y.-T., 2010. Geochronological and geochemical investigation of the late Mesozoic volcanic rocks from the Northern Great Xing’an Range and their tectonic implications. International Journal of Earth Sciences. 99 (2), 357-378.
  6. Ying, J.F., Zhang, H.F., Tang, Y.J., 2010. Lower crustal xenoliths from Junan, Shandong province and theri bearing on the nature of the lower crust beneath the North China Craton. Lithos.119(3-4),363-376.
  7. Ying, J.F., Zhang, H.F. and Tang, Y.J., 2010. Zoned olivine xenocrysts in a late Mesozoic gabbro from the southern Taihang Mountains: implications for old lithospheric mantle beneath the central North China Craton. Geological Magazine. 147 (2), 161-170.
  8. Ying, J.F. et al., 2007. Petrology and geochemistry of Zijinshan alkaline intrusive complex in Shanxi Province, western North China Craton: Implication for magma mixing of different sources in an extensional regime. Lithos, 98(1-4): 45-66.
  9. Ying, J.F., Zhou, X.H. and Zhang, H.F., 2006. The geochemical variations of mid-Cretaceous lavas across western Shandong Province, China and their tectonic implications. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 95(1): 68-79.
  10. Ying, J.F., Zhang, H.F., Kita, N., Morishita, Y. and Shimoda, G., 2006. Nature and evolution of Late Cretaceous lithospheric mantle beneath the eastern North China craton: Constraints from petrology and geochemistry of peridotitic xenoliths from Jünan, Shandong Province, China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 244(3-4): 622-638.
  11. Ying, J.F., Zhou, X.H. and Zhang, H.F., 2004. Geochemical and isotopic investigation of the Laiwu-Zibo carbonatites from western Shandong Province, China, and implications for their petrogenesis and enriched mantle source. Lithos, 75(3-4): 413-426.


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