Hong-Fu Zhang mainly investigates Craton, Geochemistry, Mantle, Lithosphere and Basalt. The concepts of his Craton study are interwoven with issues in Olivine, Crust, Xenolith, Petrology and Archean. Hong-Fu Zhang works mostly in the field of Xenolith, limiting it down to concerns involving Peridotite and, occasionally, Transition zone, Matrix and Analytical chemistry.
As part of his studies on Geochemistry, Hong-Fu Zhang often connects relevant subjects like Proterozoic. His research investigates the link between Lithosphere and topics such as Subduction that cross with problems in Earth science. He interconnects Andesites and Asthenosphere in the investigation of issues within Basalt.
Hong-Fu Zhang spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Craton, Mantle, Xenolith and Peridotite. Geochemistry is closely attributed to Petrology in his study. Hong-Fu Zhang has included themes like Crust, Lithosphere, Asthenosphere, Mafic and Archean in his Craton study.
His Archean research integrates issues from Precambrian and Continental crust. His work in Mantle addresses subjects such as Subduction, which are connected to disciplines such as Earth science. His Xenolith study combines topics in areas such as Isotopes of oxygen, Radiogenic nuclide, Phlogopite and Underplating.
Hong-Fu Zhang mainly investigates Geochemistry, Olivine, Mantle, Metasomatism and Xenolith. Hong-Fu Zhang combines topics linked to Craton with his work on Geochemistry. His Craton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Websterite, Phlogopite and Archean.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Trace element, Rift and Chromite. His work deals with themes such as Spinel, Isotope fractionation and Asthenosphere, which intersect with Metasomatism. His Basalt research incorporates themes from Subduction and Oceanic crust.
Hong-Fu Zhang mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Mantle, Olivine, Craton and Metasomatism. Zircon and Precambrian are the primary areas of interest in his Geochemistry study. Hong-Fu Zhang does research in Mantle, focusing on Xenolith specifically.
His Xenolith research incorporates elements of Isotope fractionation and Phlogopite. Hong-Fu Zhang has researched Olivine in several fields, including Metamorphism and Chromite. His research investigates the connection between Craton and topics such as Igneous rock that intersect with issues in Petrography and Analytical chemistry.
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Mesozoic lithosphere destruction beneath the North China Craton: evidence from major-, trace-element and Sr–Nd–Pb isotope studies of Fangcheng basalts
Hong-Fu Zhang;Min Sun;Xin-Hua Zhou;Wei-Ming Fan.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2002)
Integration of geology, geophysics and geochemistry: A key to understanding the North China Craton
Martin Menzies;Yigang Xu;Hongfu Zhang;Weiming Fan.
On and Off the North China Craton: Where is the Archaean Keel?
W. M. Fan;H. F. Zhang;J. Baker;K. E. Jarvis.
Journal of Petrology (2000)
Destruction of the North China Craton
RiXiang Zhu;YiGang Xu;Guang Zhu;HongFu Zhang.
Science China-earth Sciences (2012)
Mechanism and timing of lithospheric modification and replacement beneath the eastern North China Craton: Peridotitic xenoliths from the 100 Ma Fuxin basalts and a regional synthesis
J.P. Zheng;J.P. Zheng;W.L. Griffin;S.Y. O’Reilly;C.M. Yu.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2007)
Secular evolution of the lithosphere beneath the eastern North China Craton: evidence from Mesozoic basalts and high-Mg andesites
Hong Fu Zhang;Min Sun;Xin Hua Zhou;Mei Fu Zhou.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2003)
Combined chemical separation of Lu, Hf, Rb, Sr, Sm and Nd from a single rock digest and precise and accurate isotope determinations of Lu–Hf, Rb–Sr and Sm–Nd isotope systems using Multi-Collector ICP-MS and TIMS
Yue-heng Yang;Hong-fu Zhang;Zhu-yin Chu;Lie-wen Xie.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2010)
Geochemistry of Permian bimodal volcanic rocks from Central Inner Mongolia, North China: Implication for Tectonic setting and Phanerozoic continental growth in Central Asian Orogenic Belt
XiaoHui Zhang;XiaoHui Zhang;Hongfu Zhang;Yanjie Tang;Simon A. Wilde.
Chemical Geology (2008)
Transformation of lithospheric mantle through peridotite-melt reaction: A case of Sino-Korean craton
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
Asthenosphere–lithospheric mantle interaction in an extensional regime: Implication from the geochemistry of Cenozoic basalts from Taihang Mountains, North China Craton
Yan-Jie Tang;Hong-Fu Zhang;Ji-Feng Ying.
Chemical Geology (2006)
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