Division of Metamorphic Rocks and Precambrian Geology

Wang Wei


Details of the Faculty or Staff

Wang Wei

Address: Institute of Geology,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences

Baiwanzhuang Road 26, Beijing, 100037 P.R. China

Email: wuchangyuww@sina.com

Education Experience

  • 9 / 2007 – 6 / 2010 Institute of geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Scicences, Precambrian Geology; Ph.D.
  • 9 / 2004 – 6 / 2007 China University of Geosciences, Geochemistry; MA.Sc
  • 9 / 2000 – 6 / 2004 China University of Geosciences, Geochemistryl; B.S.

Professional Experience

6 / 20140 – present Institute of geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, L aboratory of Metamorphic petrology & Precambrian Geology, Associate professor

Research interests

Awards and Honors, Academic posts

Scientific Research Projects

1. Funding of the Institure of Geology, CAGS, Studies and comparisons of the Archean magmatism in north and south neighborhood of the Liao-Ji belt, 2016/01-2018/12,Project manager

2. Geological survey project,Magmatic-metamorphic-converging-rifting events of the North China Craton, the redefinition of tectonic boundaries and compilation of 1:1500000 dynamic geological map, 2016/01-2018/12, Deputy project manager

3. National Natural Science Foundation,41430210,Spatial distribution, multiple metamorphism-magmatism and tectonic evolution of the Jiao-Liao-Ji composite orogen, 2015/01-2019/12,Project participants

4. National Natural Science Foundation41530208The metamorphic-magmatic evolution of the HT granulite terrane of Jiaobei area and ancient tectonic regime, 2016/01-2020/12Project participants 


  • 2016

           Wang, W., Zhai, M.G., Santosh, M., 2016. The genesis of Archean supracrustal rocks in the western Shandong Province of North China Craton: Constraints on regional crustal evolution. Science China: Earth Sciences 59, 1583-1596.

           Wang, W., Zhai, M.G., Wang, S.J., Santosh, M., 2016. Neoarchean crustal evolution in western Shandong Province of the North China Craton: The role of 2.7-2.6 Ga magmatism. Precambrian Research 285, 170-185.


           Wang Wei, 2015. Geochemistry of the meta-basalts from the Taishan Group in the Western Shandong Province and its geological significance. Acta Petrologica Sinica 31, 2959-2973 (in Chinese).


           Wang, W., Zhai, M.G., Tao, Y.B., Santosh, M., Lü, B., Zhao, L., Wang, S.J., 2014. Late Neoarchean crustal evolution of the eastern North China Craton: A study on the provenance and metamorphism of paragneiss from the Western Shandong Province. Precambrian Research 255-part2, 583-602.

           Wang, W., Zhai, M.G., Li, T.S., Santosh, M., Zhao, L., Wang, H.Z., 2014. Archean-Paleoproterozoic crustal evolution in the eastern North China Craton: Zircon U-Th-Pb and Lu-Hf evidence from the Jiaobei terrane. Precambrian Research 241, 146-160.


           Wang, W., Yang, E.X., Zhai, M.G., Wang, S.J., Santosh, M., Du, L.L., Xie, H.Q., Lv, B., Wan, Y.S., 2013. Geochemistry of ~2.7 Ga basalts from Taishan area: Constraints on the evolution of early Neoarchean granite-greenstone belt in western Shandong Province, China. Precambrian Research 224, 94-109.

    Wang, W., Zhai, M.G., Wang, S.J., Santosh, M., Du, L.L., Xie, H.Q., Lv, B., Wan, Y.S., 2013. Crustal reworking in the North China Craton at ~2.5 Ga: evidence from zircon U-Pb age, Hf isotope and whole rock geochemistry of the felsic volcano-sedimentary rocks from the western Shandong Province. Geological Journal 48, 406-428.

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