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The 2021 Graduation Ceremony and Degree Awarding Ceremony Held in CUGBJun 21, 2021

On the morning of June 21st, the 2021 Graduation Ceremony and Degree Awarding Ceremony was held grandly in CUGB.

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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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Sep 30, 2021
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Institute of Earth Sciences
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Wei Xu:Cumulate mush hybridization by melt invasion: Evidence from compositionally-diverse amphiboles in ultramafic-mafic arc cumulates within the eastern Gangdese Batholith, southern Tibet【JP】

Sep 30, 2021
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School of Earth Sciences And Resources
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Qing Wang:Resolving the Paleogeographic Puzzle of the Lhasa Terrane in Southern Tibet【GRL】

Sep 30, 2021
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Institute of Earth Sciences
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Qiong-Yao Zhan:Imaging the Late Triassic lithospheric architecture of the Yidun Terrane, eastern Tibetan Plateau: Observations and interpretations【GSA Bulletin】

Sep 30, 2021
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Institute of Earth Sciences
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Wei Xu:Mafic Microgranular Enclaves Formed by Gas-driven Filter Pressing During Rapid Cooling: an Example from the Gangdese Batholith in Southern Tibet【JP】

The widespread Tibetan Permo-Carboniferous glaciogenic diamictites (PCGDs) are conventionally thought to be sourced from Indian Gondwana during glacier transport and deglaciation.

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The present-day lithospheric architecture of modern and ancient orogens can be imaged by geophysical techniques. For ancient orogens, unravelling their architecture at the time of formation is hindered by later tectono-magmatic events.

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Mafic microgranular enclaves (MMEs), widespread in intermediate to felsic arc plutons, carry significant information on the genesis and evolution of arc magmas, yet their origin remains debatable.

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