NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences
GUO PengYuan


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Name:(姓名):Guo Pengyuan

Title:(职称):Associate Research Fellow

Research Field:(研究领域):Igneous petrology; Geochemistry





2018.01-present: Associate Research Fellow – Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2016.04-2017.12: Assistant Research Fellow – Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2015.06-2016.03: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow – Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences



2012.09-2015.06: PhD - Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China. Major in Igneous Petrology.

2010.09-2012.06: Master - Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China. Major in Geochemistry.

2006.09-2010.06: Bachelor - Jilin University, Changchun, Jilin Province, China. Major in Geology.


Research Interests:(研究方向)

1. Radiogenic isotope (Sr-Nd-Pb-Hf) and non-traditional stable isotope (Fe-Cu-Zn-Mo-Ni) studies on oceanic basalts and upper mantle heterogeneity.

2. Ridge-Mantle plume interaction

3. Petrogenesis of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic intra-plate alkaline basalts in East China

4. Petrogenesis of carbonatites and associated alkaline rocks

5. Geological application of Multi-collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (MC ICP-MS)


Selected Publications:(发表论文、专利、出版书籍等)

[1] Guo P. Y.*, Niu Y. L., Sun P., Zhang J. J., Chen S., Duan M., Gong H. M., Wang X. H., 2021. The nature and origin of upper mantle heterogeneity beneath the Mid-Atlantic Ridge 33-35°N: A Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic perspective. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 307, 72-85.

[2] Guo P. Y.*, Niu Y. L., Sun P., Gong H. M., Wang X. H., 2020. Lithosphere thickness controls the continental basalt compositions: An illustration using the Cenozoic basalts from eastern China. Geology 48, 128-133.

[3] Guo P. Y.*, Niu Y. L.*, Sun P., Wang X, H., Gong H. M., Duan M., Kong J. J., Tian L. Y., Wu S. G., 2018. The early Cretaceous bimodal volcanic suite from the Yinshan Block, western North China Craton: Origin, process and geological significance. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 160, 348-364.

[4] Guo P. Y.*, Niu Y. L.*, Sun P., Ye L., Liu J. J., Zhang Y., Zhao J. X., Feng Y. X., 2016. The origin of the Cenozoic basalts from central Inner Mongolia, East China: The consequence of recent mantle metasomatism genetically associated with seismically observed paleo-Pacific slab in the mantle transition zone. Lithos 240/243, 104-118.

[5] Guo P. Y.*, Niu Y. L.*, Ye L., Liu J. J., Sun P., Cui H. X., Zhang Y., Gao J. P., Su L., Zhao J. X., Feng Y. X., 2014. Lithosphere thinning beneath west North China Craton: Evidence from geochemical and Sr–Nd–Hf isotope compositions of Jining basalts. Lithos 202/203, 37-54.

[6] Guo P. Y.*, Niu Y. L.*, Yu X. H., 2014. The petrogenesis of kamafugites from West Qinling, China, in a global context. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 79, 86-96.

[7] Zhang, J. J., Guo, P. Y.*, Sun, P., Niu, Y. L., Xiao, Y. Y., Vasconcelos, P. M., 2020, Petrogenesis of the early Cretaceous intra-plate basalts from the Western North China Craton: Implications for the origin of the metasomatized cratonic lithospheric mantle: Lithos, p. 105887.

[8] Gong H. M., Guo P. Y.*, Chen S., Duan M., Sun P., Wang X. H., Niu Y. L., 2020. A re-assessment of nickle-doping method in iron isotope analysis on rock samples using multi-Collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. Acta Geochimica, 39, 355-364.

[9] Sun P.*, Niu Y. L.*, Guo P. Y., Chen S., Duan M., Gong H. M., Wang X. H., Xiao Y. Y., 2020. Large iron isotope variation in the eastern Pacific mantle as a consequence of ancient low-degree melt metasomatism. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 286, 269-288.

[10] Chen S.*, Niu Y. L.*, Guo P. Y., Gong H. M., Sun P., Xue Q. Q., Duan M., Wang X. H., 2019. Iron isotope fractionation during mid-ocean ridge basalt (MORB) evolution: Evidence from lavas on the East Pacific Rise at 10°30'N and its implications. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 267, 227-239.

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