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SU Bin
  Special-term Associate Professor
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
  • 2007/9-2011/7, B.S., Geology, Nanjing University
  • 2011/9-2017/6, Ph.D., Petrology, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2017/6-2020/12, Post-doc, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2021/1-present, Associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Research Interests:
  • Thermodynamic modeling in basic-ultrabasic rocks
  • High-pressure to ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism
  • Planetary geology
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Supported Projects:
  • Deep petrological process involved in making continental crust from island arcs: constraints from the Kohistan paleo-arc complex (NW Pakistan) (42272057), 2023-2026.
  • The influence of crust-mantle interaction in subduction zone on oxygen fugacity of the mantle wedge: insights from orogenic peridotites in the Sulu UHP terrane (41802059), 2019-2021.
  • Petrological and geochemical imprints for delamination of the Kohistan lower island-arc crust, Northern Pakistan (2017M620065), 2017-2019.
  • Sulfur Cycle in Subduction Zone: Perspective from Orogenic Peridotites (BX201700239), 2017-2019.


Selected Publication (First author):

  1. Su, B., Zhang, D., Chen, Y., Yang, W., Mao, Q., Li, X.H., Wu, F.Y., 2023. Low Ni and Co olivine in Chang'E-5 basalts reveals the origin of the young volcanism on the Moon. Science Bulletin, 68, 1920–1929.
  2. Su, B., Chen, Y., Yue, Z.Y., Chen, L., Mitchell, R.N., Tang, M., Yang, W., Huang, G.Y., Guo, J.H., Li, X.H., Wu, F.Y., 2023. Crustal remelting origin of highly silicic magmatism on the Moon. Communications Earth & Environment, 4, 228.
  3. Su, B., Yuan, J.Y., Chen, Y., Yang, W., Mitchell, R.N., Hui, H.J., Wang, H., Tian, H.C., Li, X.H., Wu, F.Y., 2022. Fusible mantle cumulates trigger young mare volcanism on the cooling Moon. Science Advances, 8, eabn2103.
  4. Zhang, D., Su, B*., Chen, Y., Yang, W., Mao, Q., Jia, L.H., 2022. Titanium in olivine reveals low-Ti origin of the Chang'E-5 lunar basalts. Lithos, 414–415, 106639.
  5. Su, B., Chen, Y., Mao, Q., 2020. Sodium in olivine as a potential pressure indicator for orogenic dunite. Science Bulletin, 65, 94–96.
  6. Su, B., Chen, Y., Guo, S., Chen, S., Li, Y.B., 2019a. Garnetite and pyroxenite in the mantle wedge formed by slab-mantle interactions at different melt/rock ratios. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 124, 6504–6522.
  7. Su, B., Chen, Y., Mao, Q., Zhang, D., Jia, L.H., Guo, S., 2019b. Minor elements in olivine inspect the petrogenesis of orogenic peridotites. Lithos, 344–345, 207–216.
  8. Su, B., Chen, Y., 2018. Making Cratonic Lithospheric Mantle. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 123, 7688–7706.
  9. Su, B., Chen, Y., Guo, S., Liu, J.B., 2017. Dolomite dissociation indicates ultra-deep (>150 km) subduction of a garnet-bearing dunite block (the Sulu UHP terrane). American Mineralogist, 102, 2295–2306.
  10. Su, B., Chen, Y., Guo, S., Chu, Z.Y., Liu, J.B., Gao, Y.J., 2016a. Carbonatitic metasomatism in orogenic dunites from Lijiatun in the Sulu UHP terrane, eastern China. Lithos, 262, 266–284.
  11. Su, B., Chen, Y., Guo, S., Liu, J.B., 2016b. Origins of orogenic dunites: Petrology, geochemistry, and implications. Gondwana Research, 29, 41–59.
  12. Su, B., 2012. The evolution model of continental crustal growth: evidence from Th-U-Nb systematics of the depleted mantle. College Natural Sciences, 3, 101–105.
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