Huan Chen

Huan Chen
Zhejiang University | ZJU · School of Earth Sciences

Ph.D

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366 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2017 - present
Zhejiang University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
January 2015 - April 2017
Université de Lille
Field of study
September 2011 - June 2017

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Publications (25)
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The Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota evolution has remarkable spatiotemporal correlation with the destruction of the North China craton though the coupling mechanism remains enigmatic. The craton destruction was accompanied by intense magmatic activity and the released volatiles and nutrients might have had climatic and environmental impacts on the bio...
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Initiation of large igneous provinces (LIPs) and temporal and spatial variations in their chemical compositions provide unique opportunities to understand mantle dynamics. It has been recently revealed that water-rich reservoirs in the mantle sources have played a significant role in the production of LIPs. However, the dominant causes for the chem...
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Plain Language Summary The H2O content of clinopyroxene (cpx) phenocrysts in basaltic magma has become an important way to evaluate the H2O content of Earth's mantle. However, it remains controversial whether samples collected in the field can truly reflect mantle water contents, particularly given the propensity for hydrogen to diffuse out of the...
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The Pacific plate since the Mesozoic is subducting into the mantle beneath the eastern Asia, and the involved recycled crustal material has greatly affected the mantle geochemistry. However, the initial timing of the subduction remains controversial, partly due to the insufficient understanding of the geochemical evolution of the Mesozoic mantle. T...
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Recycled oceanic crust (ROC) has long been suggested to be a candidate introducing enriched geochemical signatures into the mantle source of intraplate basalts. The different parts of oceanic crust are characterized by variable oxygen isotope compositions (δ¹⁸O=3.7‰ to 13.6‰). To trace the signatures of ROC in the mantle source of intraplate basalt...
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Understanding the concentration and distribution of water in the Earth's mantle plays a substantial role in studying its chemical, physical and dynamic processes. After a decade of research, a comprehensive dataset of water content in upper mantle samples has been built for eastern China, which is now the only place with water content data from suc...
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The subduction of oceanic slabs is widely accepted to be a main reason for chemical heterogeneities in the mantle. However, determining the contributions of slabs in areas that have experienced multiple subduction events is often difficult due to possible overlapping imprints. Understanding the temporal and spatial variations of source components f...
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The magma water contents and cpx δ18O values in alkali basalts from the Fuyanyshan (FYS) volcano in Shandong, eastern China, were investigated by an inverse calculation based on the water content of clinopyroxene (cpx) phenocrysts, the ivAlcpx-dependent water partitioning coefficient Dwatercpx/melt, and secondary ion mass spectrometer, respectively...
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Water has become an effective means to trace the mantle source of basaltic magmas recently. To investigate the source of the potassium-rich component in the Xiaogulihe ultrapotassic volcanic rocks of NE China, we measured the water content of clinopyroxene (cpx) phe-nocrysts by Fourier transform infrared spectrometry and calculated the H 2 O conten...
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The genesis of Cenozoic continental basalts in Eastern China is highly debated. Subducted oceanic crust (most probably the Pacific oceanic slab) has been increasingly suggested to be involved in their mantle source. The Taihang Mountains are located at a surface position corresponding to the western edge of a stagnant subducted Pacific slab reveale...
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Major and trace element and the H2O contents of minerals in peridotite xenoliths hosted by the Cenozoic basalts of Jiande in the Cathaysia block were evaluated using electron microprobe, laser-ablation ICP-MS and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, respectively. The correlations among the major elements of the minerals define a melting trend,...
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The water contents have been measured by Fourier transform infrared spectrometry (FTIR) on the minerals of peridotite xenoliths hosted by late Mesozoic basalts in three localities, Daxizhuang (74 Ma), Junan (67 Ma) and Qingdao (82 Ma), of the eastern North China Craton (NCC). The water content (H2O by weight) of the Daxizhuang samples is from 103 t...

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