Dr. Chung, Diane

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Dr. Chung, Diane

Assistant Lecturer

Dr. Diane Chung obtained her MESci degree from Cardiff University in 2008 and PhD degree from the University of Hong Kong in 2016. She has worked and trained as field exploration geologist in several gold and iron ore mining projects in Canada and China. Her research interest focuses on applying trace element and isotope geochemistry in mineral deposits, particularly in understanding the origin of banded iron formation and genesis of iron ore deposits in her recent research. She is involved in teaching BSc and MSc courses, and also serving as editorial assistant for the Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (Elsevier).

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EASC2406    Geochemistry
GEOS7027    Earth systems

Selected Publications

  1. Chung, D., Zhou, M.F., Gao, J.F., Chen, W.T., 2015. In-situ LA-ICP-MS trace elemental analyses of magnetite: The late Palaeoproterozoic Sokoman Iron Formation in the Labrador Trough, Canada. Ore Geology Reviews. 65, 917-928. doi:10.1016/j.oregeorev.2014.09.030
  2. Chung, D., Zhou, M.F., Gao, J.F., Chen, W.T., 2015. Trace element compositions of magnetite: the Palaeoproterozoic Sokoman Iron Formation, central Labrador Trough, Canada. MD32A-05. Joint Assembly, Montreal, Canada. 3-5 May 2015.
  3. Chung, D., Ali, J.R., 2012. Abor volcanics, northeast India. April 2012 LIP of the month. Large Igneous Province Commission, International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (http://www.largeigneousprovinces.org/12apr)