The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Paleomagnetism, Paleozoic, Terrane and Fold. His research related to Gondwana, Paleogene, Suture and Craton might be considered part of Paleontology. His Paleogene research focuses on subjects like Polarity chron, which are linked to Neogene, Cenozoic and Tectonic uplift.
Many of his studies on Paleomagnetism apply to Volcanic rock as well. He usually deals with Paleozoic and limits it to topics linked to Supercontinent and Rodinia. His Terrane research integrates issues from Subduction and Earth science.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Paleomagnetism, Fold, Terrane and Tectonics. His study looks at the relationship between Paleontology and topics such as Geomorphology, which overlap with Tarim basin. His study in Paleomagnetism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Red beds, Cretaceous, Volcanic rock, Permian and Ordovician.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Structural basin, Sinistral and dextral, Lava, Seismology and Zircon. His Terrane research focuses on Northern Hemisphere and how it relates to Suture and Late Devonian extinction. Baochun Huang studied Paleozoic and Supercontinent that intersect with Rodinia.
Baochun Huang mainly investigates Paleomagnetism, Paleontology, Permian, Terrane and Paleozoic. His Paleomagnetism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Volcanic rock, Mesozoic, Early Triassic, Geochemistry and Carboniferous. His work in the fields of Paleontology, such as Cretaceous and Tectonics, overlaps with other areas such as Palaeogeography, Collision and Constraint.
His research integrates issues of Red beds and Apparent polar wander in his study of Terrane. Baochun Huang focuses mostly in the field of Red beds, narrowing it down to matters related to Lineation and, in some cases, Fold. His Paleozoic research includes elements of Devonian, Supercontinent and Gondwana.
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A review of the western part of the Altaids: A key to understanding the architecture of accretionary orogens
Wenjiao Xiao;Baochun Huang;Chunming Han;Shu Sun.
Gondwana Research (2010)
End-Permian to mid-Triassic termination of the accretionary processes of the southern Altaids: implications for the geodynamic evolution, Phanerozoic continental growth, and metallogeny of Central Asia
Wenjiao Xiao;Brian Windley;B. C. Huang;C. M. Han.
International Journal of Earth Sciences (2009)
A Tale of Amalgamation of Three Permo-Triassic Collage Systems in Central Asia: Oroclines, Sutures, and Terminal Accretion
Wenjiao Xiao;Brian F. Windley;Shu Sun;Jiliang Li.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2015)
Assessment of heavy metal pollution from a Fe-smelting plant in urban river sediments using environmental magnetic and geochemical methods
Chunxia Zhang;Qingqing Qiao;John D.A. Piper;Baochun Huang.
Environmental Pollution (2011)
Geological reconstructions of the East Asian blocks: From the breakup of Rodinia to the assembly of Pangea
Guochun Zhao;Guochun Zhao;Yuejun Wang;Baochun Huang;Yunpeng Dong.
Earth-Science Reviews (2018)
Magnetostratigraphic study of the Kuche Depression, Tarim Basin, and Cenozoic uplift of the Tian Shan Range, Western China
Baochun Huang;Baochun Huang;John D.A. Piper;Shoutao Peng;Tao Liu.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
New constraints to the onset of the India–Asia collision: Paleomagnetic reconnaissance on the Linzizong Group in the Lhasa Block, China
Junshan Chen;Baochun Huang;Lisha Sun.
Paleomagnetism of early Paleogene marine sediments in southern Tibet, China: Implications to onset of the India-Asia collision and size of Greater India
Zhiyu Yi;Baochun Huang;Junshan Chen;Liwei Chen.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
Discriminating sources of anthropogenic heavy metals in urban street dusts using magnetic and chemical methods
Chunxia Zhang;Qingqing Qiao;Erwin Appel;Baochun Huang.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration (2012)
Paleomagnetism of the Baiyisi volcanic rocks (ca. 740 Ma) of Tarim, Northwest China: A continental fragment of Neoproterozoic Western Australia?
Baochun Huang;Bei Xu;Chunxia Zhang;Yong’an Li.
Precambrian Research (2005)
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