Her primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Large igneous province, Flood basalt, Basalt and Zircon. Her study on Geochemistry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Pluton. Christina Yan Wang has researched Basalt in several fields, including Ophiolite, Earth science, Accretion and Paleozoic.
Her Zircon research incorporates elements of Mantle plume, Petrology and Continental crust. She combines subjects such as Picrite basalt, Trace element, Sulfide and Ultramafic rock with her study of Gabbro. Her study in Olivine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetite, Layered intrusion and Oceanic crust.
Christina Yan Wang mostly deals with Geochemistry, Mafic, Olivine, Large igneous province and Gabbro. Her study looks at the intersection of Geochemistry and topics like Sulfide with Mineralization. The Olivine study combines topics in areas such as Ilmenite, Chromite and Ultramafic rock.
Her Large igneous province study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sill and Sw china. Her research in Gabbro intersects with topics in Fractional crystallization and Trace element. Her Zircon research includes elements of Metamorphism, Petrology, Continental crust and Archean.
Christina Yan Wang mainly investigates Geochemistry, Mafic, Craton, Layered intrusion and Mantle. Christina Yan Wang regularly ties together related areas like Large igneous province in her Geochemistry studies. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sulfide, Mineralization, Zircon and Ultramafic rock.
Her Craton study incorporates themes from Sedimentary rock, Pluton and Crust. Christina Yan Wang has included themes like Ti oxides and Fluorapatite in her Layered intrusion study. Her Mantle research focuses on subjects like Lithosphere, which are linked to Adakite, Subduction and Transition zone.
Her main research concerns Geochemistry, Layered intrusion, Mafic, Melt inclusions and Gabbro. Her work on Basalt, Zircon, Igneous rock and Mantle as part of general Geochemistry study is frequently connected to North china, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her Zircon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Block and Ultramafic rock.
Her Mantle research integrates issues from Mineralization and Magmatism. Her research investigates the connection between Mafic and topics such as Large igneous province that intersect with issues in Ti oxides. Her work in Gabbro tackles topics such as Oxide which are related to areas like Apatite, Crystallography and Sw china.
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Two magma series and associated ore deposit types in the Permian Emeishan large igneous province, SW China
Mei-Fu Zhou;Nicolas T. Arndt;John Malpas;Christina Yan Wang.
Permian flood basalts and mafic intrusions in the Jinping (SW China)–Song Da (northern Vietnam) district: Mantle sources, crustal contamination and sulfide segregation
Christina Yan Wang;Mei-Fu Zhou;Liang Qi.
Chemical Geology (2007)
Two stages of immiscible liquid separation in the formation of Panzhihua-type Fe-Ti-V oxide deposits,SW China
Mei Fu Zhou;Wei Terry Chen;Christina Yan Wang;Stephen A. Prevec.
Geoscience frontiers (2013)
Comparison of the effectiveness of placebo, clomiphene citrate, mesterolone, pentoxifylline, and testosterone rebound therapy for the treatment of idiopathic oligospermia
Christina Wang;Chi-Wing Chan;Kwok-Kee Wong;Kwok-Keung Yeung.
Fertility and Sterility (1983)
Structural and geochronological constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Dulong-Song Chay tectonic dome in Yunnan province, SW China
Dan-Ping Yan;Dan-Ping Yan;Mei-Fu Zhou;Mei-Fu Zhou;Christina Yan Wang;Bin Xia.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2006)
Geochemical constraints on the origin of the Permian Baimazhai mafic–ultramafic intrusion, SW China
Christina Y Wang;M-F Zhou;Reid Roderick Keays;Reid Roderick Keays.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2006)
Determination of low concentrations of platinum group elements in geological samples by ID-ICP-MS
Liang Qi;Liang Qi;Mei-Fu Zhou;Christina Yan Wang.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2004)
Sulfide Saturation and Magma Emplacement in the Formation of the Permian Huangshandong Ni-Cu Sulfide Deposit, Xinjiang, Northwestern China
Jian-Feng Gao;Jian-Feng Gao;Mei-Fu Zhou;Peter C. Lightfoot;Christina Yan Wang.
Economic Geology (2013)
Geochemistry of the Early Paleozoic Baiyin Volcanic Rocks (NW China): Implications for the Tectonic Evolution of the North Qilian Orogenic Belt
Christina Yan Wang;Qi Zhang;Qing Qian;Mei‐Fu Zhou.
The Journal of Geology (2005)
Field Relationships and Geochemical Constraints on the Emplacement of the Jinchuan Intrusion and its Ni-Cu-PGE Sulfide Deposit, Gansu, China
Jérémie Lehmann;Nicholas Arndt;Brian Windley;Mei-Fu Zhou.
Economic Geology (2007)
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