Dr. Yan Bin
Address: Institute of Geology,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
Baiwanzhuang Road 26, Beijing, 100037 P.R. China
7 / 2012 – present Laboratory of Isotope Geology, Ministry of Land and Resources, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Assistant research fellow
The application of transition metal stable isotope in the paleoceanographic environment research
Key project supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 41430104, High - resolution Records and Reconstruction of Marine Environment of Nahua Interglacial Period, January, 2015 – December, 2019, participation
Project supported by the Special Scientific Research Fund of the Ministry of Land and Resources, 201411044, Large - scale Mineralization Mechanism of Neoproterozoic Mn - Fe in South China, January, 2014 – December, 2016, participation
Yan Bin, Zhu Xiangkun, Zhang Feifei and Tang Suohan. 2014. The Ediacaran Trace Elements and Fe Isotopes of Black Shale in the Three Gorges Area: Implications for Paleooceanography. Acta Geologica Sinica, 88(8): 1603-1615.
Yan Bin, Zhu Xiangkun and Chen Yuelong. 2011. Effect of Sample Size on Determination of Copper and Zinc Isotopes. Rock and Mineral Analysis, 30(4): 400-405.
Yan Bin, Zhu Xiangkun, Tang Suohan and Qi Liang. 2010. Characteristics of Sr Isotopes and Rare Earth Elements of Cap Carbonates in Doushantuo Formation in the Three Gorges Area. Geoscience, 24(5): 832-839.
Yan Bin, Zhu Xiangkun, Tang Suohan and Zhu Maoyan. 2010. Fe Isotopic Characteristics of the Neoproterozoic BIF in Guangxi Province and its Implications. Acta Geologica Sinica, 84(7): 1080-1086.CV