论文专著:

1Zheng, J.H., Chai, F.M., Feng, W.Y., Yang, F.Q., Shen, P. 2018. Geochemistry and chronology of the early Paleozoic diorites and granites in the Huangtupo volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposit, Eastern Tianshan, NW China: Implications for petrogenesis and geodynamic setting. Lithos 302–303, 455–466. (IF = 3.857)

2Zheng, J.H., Mao, J.W., Yang, F.Q, Chai, F.M, Shen, P. 2017a. Petrological and geochemical features of the early Paleozoic granitic gneisses and iron ores in the Tianhu iron deposit, Eastern Tianshan, NW China: Implications for ore genesis. Lithos 286-287, 426-439. (IF = 3.857)

3Zheng, J.H., Mao, J.W., Yang, F.Q., Chai, F.M., Zhu, Y.F., 2017b. Mineralogy, fluid inclusions, and isotopes of the Cihai iron deposit, eastern Tianshan, NW China: implication for hydrothermal evolution and genesis of subvolcanic rocks-hosted skarn-type deposits. Ore Geology Reviews 86, 404–425 (IF= 3.993)

4Zheng, J.H., Chai, F.M., Yang, F.Q., Meng, Q.P., 2017c. Geology, genesis, and geodynamic

setting of Cihai: an Early Permian diabase-hosted skarn iron deposit in the eastern Tianshan, Northwest China. International Geology Review 59 (10), 1292–1309. (IF= 2.875)

5Zheng, J.H., Mao, J.W., Chai, F.M., Yang, F.Q., 2016a. Petrogenesis of Permian A-type

granitoids in the Cihai iron ore district, Eastern Tianshan, NW China: constraints on the timing of iron mineralization and implications for a non-plume tectonic setting. Lithos 260, 371–383. (IF = 3.857)

6Zheng, J.H., Chai, F.M., Yang, F.Q., 2016b. The 401–409 Ma Xiaodonggou granitic intrusion: implications for understanding the Devonian Tectonics of the Northwest China Altai orogen. International Geology Review 58 (5), 540–555. (IF= 2.875)

7Zheng, J.H., Mao, J.W., Yang, F.Q., Chai, F.M., Liu, F., 2016c. Newly discovered native gold and bismuth in the Cihai iron–cobalt deposit, eastern Tianshan, Northwest China. Acta Geologica Sinica-English Edition 90 (3), 928–938. (IF= 2.506)

8Zheng, J.H., Mao, J.W., Yang, F.Q., Liu, F., Zhu, Y.F., 2015. The post-collisional Cihai iron

skarn deposit, eastern Tianshan, Xinjiang, China. Ore Geology Reviews 67, 244–254. (IF= 3.993)