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Orientation Meeting for Deep-time Digital Earth (DDE) Big Science Program heldDec 20, 2021

On December 18th, the Orientation Meeting for Deep-time Digital Earth (DDE) Big Science Program (DDE Program) which was led by CUGB was held in Kunshan city, Jiangsu Province.

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Scientific research is the foundation and source of the vitality of research universities, and the ability of scientific and technological innovation is the concentrated embodiment of the core competitiveness of universities.
Taking inheritance and innovation as its own responsibility, CUGB adapts to the national scientific research management system and operation mechanism, faces the frontier of Geosciences and national strategic needs, and based on the needs of "double first-class" discipline construction and school development, promotes the collaborative innovation of industry university research, promotes the collaborative development of basic research and applied research, continuously enhances the innovation consciousness of teachers and students, and actively seeks new growth points of scientific research development.

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Mar 14, 2022
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Institute of Earth Sciences
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Jianbai Ma:Mesoproterozoic seafloor authigenic glauconite-berthierine: Indicator of enhanced reverse weathering on early Earth【AM】

Mar 9, 2022
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School of Ocean Sciences
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Jie Xu:Quantifying the relative contributions of Miocene rivers to the deep Gulf of Mexico using detrital zircon geochronology: Implications for the evolution of Gulf Basin circulation and regional drainage【BR】

Feb 21, 2022
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School of Earth Sciences And Resources
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Changhong Wang:Geochemical and O–C–Sr–Nd Isotopic Constraints on the Petrogenetic Link between Aillikites and Carbonatites in the Tarim Large Igneous Province【JP】

Feb 17, 2022
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School of Earth Sciences And Resources
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Yuan-Chuan Zheng,Yang Shen:Collision-related porphyry Cu deposits formed by input of ultrapotassic melts into the sulfide-rich lower crust【JP& TN】

Sedimentary records suggest that the mid-Proterozoic (ca. 1.8–0.8 Ga) was persistently characterized by a greenhouse climate despite significantly lower solar luminosity compared to modern levels

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Sediment routing from hinterland to the deep sea is complicated because it involves evolution of river drainage from source areas to coastal plains and sediment mixing on the shelf and slope by marine currents

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Aillikites are carbonate-rich ultramafic lamprophyres often associated with carbonatites. Despite their common field relationships, the petrogenetic links, if any, between aillikites and carbonatites remain controversial

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Collision-related porphyry Cu deposits (PCDs) are restricted to previous magmatic arcs, in which sulfide-rich lower crust occurred

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