Faculty Profile
 
  YANG Xiaoyong
     
Department: School of Earth and Space Sciences
Mailing Address:
Earth Dept., USTC, 96 Jinzhai Rd., Hefei 230026, Anhui, China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63606871,13365603331
Fax:
86-551-63606871
Homepage:
http://wcm.ustc.edu.cn/pub/ess_ustc/szdw/jgml/201008/t20100821_31926.html
 
       

Research Profile

Dr. Yang Xiaoyong has presided and taken part in over 20 research projects and has published over 150 papers, 4 monograpghs and textbooks. He has more than 80 SCI/EI papers which have been cited over 1000 times by SCI journals and 600 times and by Chinese core journals. His main research field is resource geology and geochemistry, mainly focusing on 1) Non-ferrous metals  on Yangtze River Belt, Qinling-Dabie orogenic belt and southeast Asia; Formation of Fe-rare earths in  Bayan Obo Fe-REE-Nb deposit, Inner Mongorlia;Au deposits in central Asia;2) Oil-gas geology , uranium resources and inorganic CO2 in eastern and western China basins; 3) Processes of geochemical interations and mineralization on deep crust - mantle.
 
     
Selected Publications
1) The Lamandau IOCG deposit, southwestern Kalimantan Island, Indonesia: Evidence for its formation from geochronology, mineralogy, and petrogenesis of igneous host rocks. , Ore Geology Reviews , 2015 , 68 : 43-58.
2) Temporal, environmental and tectonic significance of the Huoqiu BIF, southeastern North China Craton: Geochemical and geochronological constraints , Precambrian Research , 2015 , 261: 217-233.
3) New data of the Bayan Obo Fe-REE-Nb deposit, Inner Mongolia: Implications for ore genesis. , Precambrian Research , 2015 , 263:108-122
4)  A review on the Huoqiu banded iron formation (BIF), southeast margin of the North China Craton: Genesis of iron deposits and implications for exploration. , Ore Geology Reviews , 2014 , 63:418-443.
5) Geochronological and geochemical constraints on genesis of the adakitic rocks in Outang, South Tan–Lu Fault Belt (Northeastern Yangtze Block). , Tectonophysics , 2014 , 626: 86-104.
6) Petrogenesis and mineralization of the Fenghuangshan skarn Cu-Au deposit, Tongling ore cluster field, Lower Yangtze metalllogenic belt. , Ore Geology Reviews , 2014 , 58:148-162.
7)  Petrology, geochemistry and tectonic significance of Mesozoic shoshonitic volcanic rocks, Luzong Volcanic Basin, Eastern China. , International Geology Review , 2012 , 54: 714-736
8) Geochemical constraints on genesis of dolomite marble in the Bayan Obo REE–Nb–Fe deposit, Inner Mongolia: Implications for REE mineralization. , Journal of Asian Earth Sciences , 2012 , 57: 90-102.
9) Early Cretaceous dioritic rocks in the Tongling region, eastern China: Implications for the tectonic settings. , Lithos , 2012 , 150: 49-61.
10) Review of the stable isotope geochemistry of Mesozoic igneous rocks and Cu-Au deposits along the middle-lower Yangtze metallogenic belt, China , International Geology Review , 2011 , 53:741 - 757.
11) A porphyritic copper (gold) ore-forming model for the Shaxi-Changpushan district, Lower Yangtze metallogenic belt, China: geological and geochemical constraints. , International Geology Review , 2011 , 53:580 - 611
12) Geochemistry of gold deposits in the Zhangbaling Tectonic Belt, Anhui Province, China , International Geology Review , 2011 , 53:612 - 634
13) Molybdenum deposits in the eastern Qinling, central China: constraints on the geodynamics. , International Geology Review , 2010 , 53(2):261 – 290
14) Geochemistry and Metallogenesis in Lower part of Yangtze metallogenic valley: A case study in Shaxi-Changpushan porphyry Cu-Au deposit and a review on the adjacent Cu-Au deposits , Neues Jahrbuch Mineral. (Abh) , 2005 , 181: 223-243
15) Geochemical constraints on the genesis of the Bayan Obo Fe-Nb-REE deposit in Inner Mongolia, China , Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta , 2009 , 73:1417-1435
16) Secondary fluid inclusion hosted in quartz from sandstone-type uranium deposits in Ordos Basin, northwestern China , International Geology Review , 2009 , 51:422-455
17) Geochemical studies on Shaxi porphyry copper-gold deposit: A clue to plate subduction of West Pacific , Chinese Journal of Geochemistry , 2009 , 28(1):28-43
18)  Geochronological and geochemical constraints on formation of the Tongling metal deposits, middle Yangtze metallogenic belt, east- central China , International Geology Review , 2009 , 51:388-421
19) Calculation of the CO2 degassing during contact metamorphism and its geological significance: the model and example in Shuanshan Area from South Tan–Lu fault belt , Acta Geologica Sinica , 2008 , 82(3):562-576
20) Yang Xiao-Yong, Liu Deliang, Feng Min, Yu Qingni, Wang Kuiren,2007. Rock Deformation, Component Migration and 18O/16O Variation during Mylonitization, Southern Tan-Lu Fault Belt , Acta Geologica Sinica , 2007 , 76(1):297-311
21) Geochemical characteristics of REE and trace elements of sandstone-type uranium deposit in Ordos Basin, Northwest China , Chinese Journal of Geochemistry , 2007 , 25: 354-364
22) Yang Xiao-Yong, Zheng Yong-Fei, Du Jian-Guo, Xiao Yilin and Sun Weidong, 2007. 40Ar/39Ar dating of Shaxi porphyry Cu-Au deposit, South Tancheng-Lujiang fault belt, Anhui Province , Acta Geologica Sinica , 2007 , 76(3):477-487
23) TL and IRSL dating of Jiahu relics and sediments: clue of 7th millennium BC civilization in central China , Journal of Archaeological Science , 2005 , 32 (7): 1045-1051
24) 岩石地球化学(译著) , 中国科学技术大学出版社 , 2000 ,
25) 伏牛山地区金矿成矿系统理论和找矿实践 , 中国科学技术大学出版社 , 1998 ,
26) 郯庐断裂带南段构造地球化学研究 , 中国科学技术大学出版社 , 1995 , 1995
27) 地球与环境科学导论 , 中国科学技术大学出版社 , 1995 ,
 
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