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All abstracts by Zheng-Xiang Li in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Did Earth’s First Supercontinent Form the Inner Core?
Mitchell R, Cox G, O'Rourke J, Li Z-X, Spencer C, Kirscher U, Zhang N, Murphy JB, Nordsvan A & Asimow P

(2018) Multi-Method Geochronological Insights into the Tectonics of Final Nuna Suturing, NE Australia
Pourteau A, Norsdvan AR, Volante S, Li J, Smit M, Li Z-X & Collins WJ

(2017) Harmonic Hierarchy of Mantle Convective Cycles: Time Series Analysis of Hafnium Isotopes of Zircon
Mitchell R, Collins W, Kirscher U, Spencer C, He X-F, Li Z-X & Murphy B

(2016) In situ SHRIMP U-Pb Geochronology and Geochemistry of Mafic Dykes in the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia and Bunger Hills, East Antarctica
Stark JC, Wang X-C, Li Z-X, Rasmussen B, Zi J-W, Clark C & Hand M

(2011) Complex Tectonic-Thermal History of the Red River Shear Zone: Evidence on Zircon SHRIMP and LA-ICP-MS Dating of the Yaoshan Group, SE Yunnan, China
Liu Y-P, Li Z-X, Liao Z, Ye L, Pi D & Li C-Y

(2009) Nature of Mantle Lithological Heterogenity and its Role in Generation of ca. 825Ma Komatiitic Basalts, South China
Wang X, Li X, Li J, Li Z & Li W

(2009) Ca. 780 Ma A-Type Granites in South China: Implications for the Breakup of Supercontinent Rodinia
Wang Q, Wyman D, Li Z-X, Zhao Z-H & Bao Z

(2008) 40Ar/39Ar UV Laser Dating, EBSD & EMP Analysis of 1040-940 Ma Metamorphic/Deformation/Cooling Events Recorded in Sibao Orogen White Micas, South China
Wartho J-A, Li Z-X, Occhipinti S & Reddy S

(2007) Ca. 850 Ma Intraplate Magmatism in South China: Implications for Onset of the Breakup of Rodinia
Li X-H, Li W-X & Li Z-X

(2007) Rodinia Mantle Plume: New Evidence from the ~825Ma Komatiitic Basalts in South China
Wang X, Li X, Li W & Li Z

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