The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Paleontology, Metamorphic rock and Seismology. His research in Metamorphism intersects with topics in Coesite, Eclogite and Granulite. His work carried out in the field of Metamorphic rock brings together such families of science as Devonian and Craton.
His studies in Seismology integrate themes in fields like Massif and Paleozoic. In his work, Extensional tectonics is strongly intertwined with Cretaceous, which is a subfield of Massif. His Petrology research incorporates elements of Terrane and Omphacite.
Qingchen Wang spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Paleontology, Seismology, Tectonics and Cretaceous. His work carried out in the field of Geochemistry brings together such families of science as Eclogite and Petrology. He works mostly in the field of Paleontology, limiting it down to concerns involving Geomorphology and, occasionally, Crust.
Qingchen Wang works mostly in the field of Seismology, limiting it down to topics relating to Early Triassic and, in certain cases, Décollement. His studies in Cretaceous integrate themes in fields like Paleomagnetism, Anticline and Unconformity. His work in Metamorphism addresses subjects such as Terrane, which are connected to disciplines such as Zircon.
His primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Tomography, Mantle wedge, P wave and Petrology. His research integrates issues of Geochemistry, Transition zone and Massif in his study of Seismology. His Transition zone course of study focuses on Metamorphism and Subduction.
His research in Petrology intersects with topics in Structural basin, Oil shale, Imbrication and Paleozoic. He works mostly in the field of Seismic anisotropy, limiting it down to concerns involving Geomorphology and, occasionally, Paleontology. Qingchen Wang interconnects Shear and Cretaceous in the investigation of issues within Mesozoic.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Mesozoic, Cretaceous, Cenozoic and Seismology. Qingchen Wang does research in Geochemistry, focusing on Massif specifically. His Mesozoic research includes elements of Imbrication and Paleozoic.
The Cretaceous study combines topics in areas such as Lineation, Shear, Petrology, Fault and Extensional tectonics. His Cenozoic research includes themes of Thermochronology, Fission track dating, Zircon and Pacific Plate. His Seismology research integrates issues from Slab and Metamorphism.
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Large areal extent of ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism in the Sulu ultrahigh-pressure terrane of East China: new implications from coesite and omphacite inclusions in zircon of granitic gneiss
Kai Ye;Yupeng Yao;Ikuo Katayama;Bolin Cong.
Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonic history of the central Chinese Tian Shan; reactivated tectonic structures and active deformation
M. Jolivet;Stephane Dominguez;Julien Charreau;Yan Chen.
Neogene uplift of the Tian Shan Mountains observed in the magnetic record of the Jingou River section (northwest China)
Julien Charreau;Yan Chen;Stuart Gilder;Laurie Barrier.
Late Mesozoic compressional to extensional tectonics in the Yiwulüshan massif, NE China and its bearing on the evolution of the Yinshan-Yanshan orogenic belt: Part I: Structural analyses and geochronological constraints
Wei Lin;Michel Faure;Yan Chen;Wenbin Ji.
Gondwana Research (2013)
Phanerozoic tectonics of south China block: New insights from the polyphase deformation in the Yunkai massif
Wei Lin;Qingchen Wang;Ke Chen.
Sm–Nd geochronology and petrography of garnet pyroxene granulites in the northern Sulu region of China and their geotectonic implication
Mingguo Zhai;Bolin Cong;Jinghui Guo;Wenjun Liu.
Late Mesozoic extensional tectonics in the North China block: a crustal response to subcontinental mantle removal?
Wei Lin;Qingchen Wang.
Bulletin De La Societe Geologique De France (2006)
Decompression P- T path of coesite eclogite to granulite from Weihai, eastern China
S. Banno;M. Enami;T. Hirajima;A. Ishiwatari.
Palaeozoic tectonics of the south-western Chinese Tianshan: new insights from a structural study of the high-pressure/low-temperature metamorphic belt
Wei Lin;Michel Faure;Yonghong Shi;Qingchen Wang.
International Journal of Earth Sciences (2009)
Phanerozoic tectonothermal events of the Xuefengshan Belt, central South China: Implications from UPb age and LuHf determinations of granites
Yang Chu;Wei Lin;Michel Faure;Qingchen Wang.
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