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Junpeng Wang
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Name:Wang Junpeng


Research intersts

Evolution of North China Craton
Ophiolite;Tectonic melange
The geochemistry of granite rocks

Education background:

2015.06- China University of Geosciences Wuhan, postal PhD

2014.09-2015.09 UCLA  joint training funded by CSC

2010.09-2015.06 China University of Geosciences Wuhan structural geology PhD

2006.09-2010.07 China University of Geosciences Wuhan geology(base class) Bachelor




2016-2017:主持中央高校新青年教师计划“华北克拉通赞皇地区约2.5 Ga花岗质岩石成因及大地构造意义”



  1. Wang J.P., Kusky T.M., Wang L., Polat A., et al., 2017. Structural relationships along a Neoarchean arc-continent collision zone, North China Craton. GSA Bulletin, doi: 10.1130/B31479.1. PDF
  2. Wang J.P., Deng H., Kusky T.M., Polat A., 2017. Comments to “Paleoproterozoic meta-carbonates from the central segment of the Trans-North China Orogen: Zircon U-Pb geochronology, geochemistry, and carbon and oxygen isotopes” by Tang et al., 2016, Precambrian Research 284: 4-29. Precambrian Research, accept.PDF
  3. Wang J.P., Kusky T.M., Wang L., Polat A., et al., 2017. Petrogenesis and geochemistry of circa 2.5 Ga granitoids in the Zanhuang Massif: Implications for magmatic source and Neoarchean metamorphism of the North China Craton.Lithos, doi: 10.1016/j.lithos.2016.10.028. PDF
  4. Wang J.P., 2016. Cover photo of thrust faults in Zanhuang Massif of the North China Craton. Journal of Earth Science 27(5).
  5. Wang Junpeng, Timothy Kusky,Wang Lu, Ali Polat, DengHao,Wang Chen and Wang Songjie, 2016. Structural Relationships along a Neoarchean Arc-Continent Collision Zone in the North China Craton. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition), 90(supp.
    1): 242-243.
  6. Wang J.P., Kusky T.M.*, Wang L., Polat A., et al., 2015. A Neoarchean subduction polarity reversal event in the North China Craton, Lithos, 220-223: 133-146.PDF
  7. Wang J.P., Kusky T.M.*, Polat A., Wang L.,et al., 2013. A late Archean tectonic mélange belt in the Central Orogenic Belt, North China Craton. Tectonophysics, 608: 929-946.
  8. Wang J.P., Kusky T.M.*, Polat A., Wang L., et al., 2012. Sea-floor Metamorphism Recorded in Epidosites from the ca.1.0Ga Miaowan Ophiolite, Huangling Anticline, China. Journal of Earth Science, 23(5): 696-704.PDF
  9. Kusky T.M., Ye M.H., Wang J.P., Wang L., 2010. Geological Evolution of Longhushan World Geopark in Relation to Global Tectonics. Journal of Earth Science, 21(1):1-18.
  10. Wang L., Kusky T.M., Polat A. Wang S.J., Jiang X.F., Zong K.Q., Wang J.P., Deng H., Fu J.M., 2014. Partial Melting of deeply subducted eclogite from the Sulu orogen inChina. Nature Communication, 5:5604.
  11. Kusky, T.M., Polat, A., Windley, B.F., Burke, K.C., Dewey, J.F., Kidd, W.S.F., Maruyama, S., Wang, J.P., Deng, H., Wang, Z.S., Wang, C., Fu, D., Li, X.W., Peng, H.T., 2016. Insights into the Tectonic Evolution of the North China Craton Through Comparative Tectonic Analysis: A Record of Outward Growth of Precambrian Continents. Earth Science Reviews.
  12. Deng, H., Kusky, T.M., Polat, A., Wang, J.P., et al., 2014. Geochronology, mantle source composition and geodynamic constraints on the origin of Neoarchean mafic dikes in the Zanhuang Complex, Central Orogneic Belt, North China Craton. Lithos205, 359-378.
  13. Deng H., Kusky T.M.*, Polat A., Wang L., Wang J.P., Wang S.J., 2013. Geochemistry of Neoarchean mafic volcanic rocks and late mafic dikes in the Zanhuang Complex, Central Orogenic Belt, North China Craton: Implications for geodynamic setting. Lithos, 175-176:193-212.
  14. Deng H., Kusky, T.M., Polat, A., Wang, C., Wang, L., Li, Y.X., Wang, J.P., 2016. A 2.5 Ga fore-arc subduction-accretion complex in the Dengfeng Granite-Greenstone Belt, Southern North China Craton. Precambrian Research 275: 241-264.
  15. Rao, C.V. D., Santosh M., Purohit R., Wang J.P., Jiang X.F., Kusky T.M., 2011. LA-ICP-MS U-Pb zircon age constraints on the Paleoproterozoic and Neoarchean history of the Sandmata Complex in Rajasthan within the NW Indian Plate. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 42(3): 286-305.
  16. Peng S.B., Kusky T.M.*, Jiang X.F., Wang L., Wang J.P., Deng H., 2012. Geology, geochemistry, and geochronology of the Miaowan ophiolite, Yangtze craton: Implications forSouth China’s amalgamation history with the Rodinian supercontinent. Gondwana Research, 21: 577-594.
  17. Jiang X.F., Peng S.B., Kusky T.M., Wang L., Wang J.P., Deng H., 2012. Geological features and deformational ages of the basal thrust belt of the Miaowan ophiolite in the southern Huangling anticline and its tectonic implications. Journal of Earth Science, 23(5): 705-718.
  18. Deng H., Kusky T.M., Wang L., Peng S.B., Jiang X.F., Wang J.P., Wang S.J., 2012. Discovery of a Sheeted Dike Complex in the Northern Yangtze Craton and Its Implications for Craton Evolution. Journal of Earth Sciences, 23(5): 676-695.
  19. Deng, H., Peng, S.B., Polat, A., Kusky, T.M., Jiang, X.F., Han, Q.S., Wang, L., Huang, Y., Wang, J.P., Zeng, W., Hu, Z.X., 2017. Neoproterozoic IAT intrusion into Mesoproterozoic MOR Miaowan Ophiolite, Yangtze Craton: Evidence for evolving tectonic settings. Precambrian Research 289: 75-94.