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Xuan-Ce Wang

Xuan-Ce Wang is an associate professor at Curtin University in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences. His research focus is using isotope and major and trace element geochemistry, together with field geology, petrology, and thermodynamic models, to investigate the origin and evolution of the Earth’s crust and mantle, with particular emphasis on the early Earth and intracontinental geology, and their association with global tectonics, mantle plumes and supercontinent cycles.

Decoding Ancient Deep-Earth Geodynamics Using High-Mg Basalts From Central South China

Published by Xuan-Ce Wang The School of Earth Science and Resources, Chang’an University, and Department of Applied Geology, Curtin University These findings are described in the article entitled The 825 Ma Yiyang high–MgO basalts of central South China: Insights from Os–Hf–Nd […]

Unlocking Early Earth Processes By Examining Ancient Rocks From The North China Craton

Because planet Earth has continued to change over the past 4.5 billion years, the chemical composition and differentiation of the infant Earth provides a starting point to evaluate how it evolved; information that is crucial to our understanding of how […]