2023 - Research.com Earth Science in China Leader Award
His primary areas of study are Craton, Geochemistry, Zircon, Mafic and Petrology. His Craton research includes themes of Crust, Igneous rock, Baddeleyite and Volcanic rock. His is doing research in Metamorphism and Sedimentary basin, both of which are found in Geochemistry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ultra-high-temperature metamorphism, Primitive mantle and Gabbro. Peng Peng has included themes like Fractional crystallization, Large igneous province and Continental arc in his Mafic study. His research in Petrology tackles topics such as Precambrian which are related to areas like Shield and Tectonics.
Peng Peng mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Craton, Zircon, Mafic and Petrology. His Geochemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Granulite. His study in the field of Supercontinent also crosses realms of North china.
His work carried out in the field of Zircon brings together such families of science as Khondalite, Proterozoic, Geochronology, Gneiss and Terrane. His Mafic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fractional crystallization, Gabbro, Large igneous province, Baddeleyite and Magma. His research investigates the connection between Petrology and topics such as Metamorphic facies that intersect with problems in Greenschist.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Craton, Geochemistry, Materials science, Paleontology and Zeolite. His Craton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Granulite, Large igneous province and Zircon. His research in Archean, Mafic, Petrogenesis, Volcanic rock and Metamorphism are components of Geochemistry.
As part of one scientific family, Peng Peng deals mainly with the area of Mafic, narrowing it down to issues related to the Partial melting, and often Fractional crystallization, Terrane and Gneiss. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metamorphic rock, Schist and Felsic in addition to Metamorphism. His study in Zeolite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fluid catalytic cracking and Mesoporous material.
Peng Peng spends much of his time researching Materials science, Diffusion, Mesoporous material, Zeolite and Craton. His Diffusion research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Industrial catalysts, Effective diffusion coefficient, Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory, Cumene and Microporous material. Peng Peng combines subjects such as Fluid catalytic cracking and Chemical reaction engineering with his study of Mesoporous material.
Peng Peng interconnects Structural basin, Geochemistry, Metamorphic rock and Felsic in the investigation of issues within Craton. The various areas that Peng Peng examines in his Structural basin study include Group, Provenance and Zircon. His Mafic, Metamorphism, Staurolite, Kyanite and Schist investigations are all subjects of Geochemistry research.
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A 1.78 Ga large igneous province in the North China craton: The Xiong'er volcanic province and the North China dyke Swarm
Peng Peng;Mingguo Zhai;Richard E. Ernst;Jinghui Guo.
Geochronological Constraints on the Paleoproterozoic Evolution of the North China Craton: SHRIMP Zircon Ages of Different Types of Mafic Dikes
Peng Peng;Mingguo Zhai;Huafeng Zhang;Jinghui Guo.
International Geology Review (2005)
UHT sapphirine granulite metamorphism at 1.93–1.92Ga caused by gabbronorite intrusions: Implications for tectonic evolution of the northern margin of the North China Craton
JingHui Guo;Peng Peng;Yi Chen;ShuJuan Jiao.
Precambrian Research (2012)
Insights into the tectonic evolution of the North China Craton through comparative tectonic analysis: A record of outward growth of Precambrian continents
T.M. Kusky;A. Polat;A. Polat;B.F. Windley;B.F. Windley;K.C. Burke.
Earth-Science Reviews (2016)
Paleoproterozoic gabbronoritic and granitic magmatism in the northern margin of the North China craton: Evidence of crust–mantle interaction
Peng Peng;Peng Peng;Jinghui Guo;Mingguo Zhai;Wouter Bleeker.
Precambrian Research (2010)
Nature of mantle source contributions and crystal differentiation in the petrogenesis of the 1.78 Ga mafic dykes in the central North China craton
Peng Peng;Ming-Guo Zhai;Jing-Hui Guo;Tim Kusky.
Gondwana Research (2007)
U-Pb baddeleyite ages, distribution and geochemistry of 925 Ma mafic dykes and 900 Ma sills in the North China craton: Evidence for a Neoproterozoic mantle plume
Peng Peng;Wouter Bleeker;Richard E. Ernst;Ulf Söderlund.
Spatial distribution of ~1950-1800 Ma metamorphic events in the North China Craton: Implications for tectonic subdivision of the craton
Peng Peng;Peng Peng;Xinping Wang;Brian F. Windley;Jinghui Guo.
Neoproterozoic ( 900Ma) Sariwon sills in North Korea: Geochronology, geochemistry and implications for the evolution of the south-eastern margin of the North China Craton
Peng Peng;Ming-Guo Zhai;Qiuli Li;Fuyuan Wu.
Gondwana Research (2011)
Precambrian mafic dyke swarms in the North China Craton and their geological implications
Science China-earth Sciences (2015)
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