Xiumian Hu mostly deals with Paleontology, Cretaceous, Provenance, Ophiolite and Red beds. His Forearc, Passive margin, Paleogene, Detritus and Continental margin study are his primary interests in Paleontology. The concepts of his Forearc study are interwoven with issues in Basement and Terrane.
His studies in Cretaceous integrate themes in fields like Sedimentary depositional environment, Sedimentary rock, Mesozoic and Diagenesis. He has included themes like Continental crust, Basalt, Supercontinent, Gondwana and Zircon in his Provenance study. His research in Red beds intersects with topics in Deep sea, Marl, Paleoclimatology, Carbonate compensation depth and Oceanic basin.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Cretaceous, Provenance, Sedimentary rock and Geochemistry. His Paleontology and Paleogene, Terrane, Cenomanian, Forearc and Passive margin investigations all form part of his Paleontology research activities. His Forearc research integrates issues from Ophiolite, Diachronous and Basement.
Xiumian Hu has researched Cretaceous in several fields, including Sedimentary depositional environment, Subduction and Marl. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geochronology, Suture, Paleozoic and Zircon. His research on Sedimentary rock also deals with topics like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Provenance, Geochemistry, Cretaceous and Terrane. His work on Siliciclastic, Transgressive and Carbonate platform is typically connected to Collision and Isotopes of carbon as part of general Paleontology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Xiumian Hu interconnects Geochronology, Suture and Paleozoic in the investigation of issues within Provenance.
Xiumian Hu has included themes like Continental margin and Forearc in his Geochemistry study. His studies in Cretaceous integrate themes in fields like Foreland basin, Doming, Tectonics and Cenozoic. His research in Terrane tackles topics such as Sedimentary rock which are related to areas like Facies.
Xiumian Hu mainly focuses on Paleontology, Cretaceous, Zircon, Geochemistry and Provenance. All of his Paleontology and Obduction, Sedimentology, Ophiolite, Stratigraphy and Inversion investigations are sub-components of the entire Paleontology study. Xiumian Hu integrates Cretaceous and Plateau in his studies.
His work carried out in the field of Zircon brings together such families of science as Felsic, Paleozoic, Detritus, Continental arc and Lithic fragment. His study ties his expertise on Forearc together with the subject of Geochemistry. Xiumian Hu combines subjects such as Suture, Conglomerate, Continental collision and Titanite with his study of Provenance.
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The timing of India-Asia collision onset – Facts, theories, controversies
Xiumian Hu;Eduardo Garzanti;Jiangang Wang;Wentao Huang.
Earth-Science Reviews (2016)
Direct stratigraphic dating of India-Asia collision onset at the Selandian (middle Paleocene, 59 ± 1 Ma)
Xiumian Hu;Eduardo Garzanti;Ted Moore;Isabella Raffi.
Upper Cretaceous oceanic red beds (CORBs) in the Tethys: occurrences, lithofacies, age, and environments
Xiumian Hu;Luba Jansa;Chengshan Wang;Massimo Sarti.
Cretaceous Research (2005)
Upper Cretaceous oceanic red beds in southern Tibet: a major change from anoxic to oxic, deep-sea environments
Chengshan Wang;Chengshan Wang;Xiumian Hu;Massimo Sarti;Robert W. Scott.
Cretaceous Research (2005)
Provenance of Lower Cretaceous Wölong Volcaniclastics in the Tibetan Tethyan Himalaya: implications for the final breakup of Eastern Gondwana
Xiumian Hu;L Jansa;Lei Chen;William L Griffin.
Sedimentary Geology (2010)
Review: Short-term sea-level changes in a greenhouse world — A view from the Cretaceous
B. Sames;B. Sames;M. Wagreich;J.E. Wendler;B.U. Haq.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2016)
Late Cretaceous‐Palaeogene stratigraphic and basin evolution in the Zhepure Mountain of southern Tibet: implications for the timing of India‐Asia initial collision
Xiumian Hu;Hugh D. Sinclair;Jiangang Wang;Hehe Jiang.
Basin Research (2012)
Xigaze forearc basin revisited (South Tibet): Provenance changes and origin of the Xigaze Ophiolite
Wei An;Xiumian Hu;Eduardo Garzanti;Marcelle K. BouDagher-Fadel.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2014)
Provenance of the Upper Cretaceous–Eocene Deep-Water Sandstones in Sangdanlin, Southern Tibet: Constraints on the Timing of Initial India-Asia Collision
Jiangang Wang;Xiumian Hu;Luba Jansa;Zhicheng Huang.
The Journal of Geology (2011)
New insights into the timing of the India-Asia collision from the Paleogene Quxia and Jialazi formations of the Xigaze forearc basin, South Tibet
Xiumian Hu;Jiangang Wang;Jiangang Wang;Marcelle BouDagher-Fadel;Eduardo Garzanti.
Gondwana Research (2016)
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