LAI Shao-Cong

LAI Shao-cong

Date of Birth: Oct.22,1963

Place of Birth: Sichuan Province, China

Nationality: P.R.China

Male/Female: Male

Institution: Northwest University

Correspondence Address:

Department of Geology,Northwest University, Xi’an City, Shaanxi Province 710069, P.R.China

Telephone No. (029)88307610

E-Mail: shaocong@nwu.edu.cn

 

RESUME

1979-1983: Studied in Department of Geology, East China Geological Institute and got the Bachelor of Science in 1983.

1983-1985: Worked as a teacher in Department of Geology, East China Geological Institute.

1985-1988: Studied in Department of Geology, East China Geological Institute and got the Master Degree in 1988.

1988-1991: Worked as a lecturer in Department of Geology, East China Geological Institute.

1991-1994: Studied in Department of Geology, China University of Geosciences (Beijing), got the Ph.D. Degree in 1994.

1994-1996: Worked as a postdoctor in the Department of Geology, Northwest University.

1996-2000: Worked as a associate professor in Department of Geology, Northwest University.

2001- Present: Worked as a professor in Department of Geology, Northwest University.

1999.8-1999.11: Worked in the GEMOC National Key Center, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia as a visitor scholar

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1985-1989: Took part in the research project of the China National Nuclear Corporation—“The lithological feature and uranium mineralization of the porphyroclastic lava in China”.

1988-1991: took part in the research project of the Gold Headquarters of the Ministry of Metallurgical Industry—“Geological characteristics and prospectivity of gold deposit in Maipai area, Jiangxi Province”.

1991-1994: Took part in the major research program of the Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources—“Deformation and dynamics of the lithosphere in north margin of Qinghai-Tibet plateau”.

1994-1996: Took part in the major research program of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“The structure evolution and Mineralization of the lithosphere of the Qinling orogen”.

1994-1996: Took charge of the research project of the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation—“Petrology and geochemistry features of the volcanic rock and ophiolite in Mianxian—Lueyang area, Qinling orogenic belt”.

1994-1996: Took charge of the research project of the Special Science Foundation of Shaanxi Province, China—“Geochemistry of the ophiolite and ultrabasic-mylonite type gold deposit in Mianxian—Lueyang area, Qinling orogenic belt”.

1996-1998: Take charge of the research project of the Special Science Foundation of Shaanxi Province, China—“Volcanism and tectonic evolution in the Bashan arcuate area, Qinling orogenic belt”.

1997-2000: Take charge of the research project of the LNAT research laboratory, the Chinese Academy of Sciences—“Petrology and geochemistry features of the volcanic rock and ophiolite in Sanligang—Sanyang tectonic zone, Suizhou area, South of the Dabie Mountain”.

1998-2001: Take part in the major research program of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“Composition, evolution and dynamics of Mian—Lue tectonic belt in the Qinling orogen”.

2001-2003: Take charge of the research project of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“Cenozoic Magmatism of the High-Potassium Calc-Alkaline and Its Continental Dynamics in North Qiangtang, Tibetan Plateau”

2003-2005: Take charge of the research project of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“The granulite xenoliths in Cenozoic volcanic rocks from Hoh Xil, Tibetan plateau”

2006-2008: Take charge of the research project of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“The Cenozoic alkaline magmatism and its dynamics in the Zhuerkenwula mountain, Hoh Xil, Tibetan plateau”

2009-2011: Take charge of the research project of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“Petrogenesis and geodynamic implications of the Late-Triassic granites and associated mafic enclaves from the different tectonic unite of the Qinling orogenic belt”

2011-2013: Take charge of the research project of the National Nature Science Foundation of China—“Petrogenesis and geodynamic implications of the Cenozoic Sodic alkaline basalt from Xiahe-Tongren area, Northeast margin of the Tibetan Plateau”

 

PUBLICATIONS

Representative publications:

1 Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Li Yongfei, Li Sanzhong, Santosh M. Permian high Ti/Y basalts from the eastern part of the Emeishan Large Igneous Province, southwestern China: Petrogenesis and tectonic implications. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2012, 47: 216- 230

2 Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Rodney Grapes.Petrochemistry of granulite xenoliths from the Cenozoic Qiangtang volcanic field, northern Tibetan plateau: Implications for lower crust composition and genesis of the volcanism. International Geology Review,2011, 53(8): 926 -945

3 Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Chen Liang, Rodney Grapes. Geochemistry of ophiolites from the Mian-Lue suture zone: implications for the tectonic evolution of the Qinling orogen, central China. International Geology Review,2008,50(7):650-664

4 Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Li Yongfei. Partial melting of thickened Tibetan crust: geochemical evidence from Cenozoic adakitic volcanic rocks. International Geology Review, 2007,49(4):357-373

5 Lai Shaocong, Liu Chiyang, Yi Haisheng. Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of Cenozoic Andesite-dacite Associations from the Hoh Xil Region, Tibetan Plateau. International Geology Review, 2003,45(11):998-1019

6 Lai Shaocong. Geochemistry and Tectonic Significance of the Ophiolite and associated volcanics in the Mianlue Suture, Qinling Orogenic Belt. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 2007, 70 (2): 217-234

7 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Wang Juan, Li Yongfei High-Mg# Adakitic Tonalite from the Xichahe Area, South Qinling Orogenic Belt (Central China): Petrogenesis and Geological implications. International Geology Review,2007, 49(12):1145-1158

8 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Li Yongfei. Slab breakoff model for the Triassic post-collisional adakitic granitoids in the Qinling orogen, central China: zircon U-Pb ages, geochemistry, and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic constraints. International Geology Review, 2008,50(12):1080-1104

9 Qin Jiangfeng, Shaocong Lai, Rodney Grapes, Chunrong Diwu, Yinjuan Ju, Yongfei Li. Geochemical evidence for origin of magma mixing for the Triassic monzonitic granite and its enclaves at Mishuling in the Qinling orogen (central China).Lithos, 2009,112(3-4): 259-276

10 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Diwu Chunrong, Ju Yinjuan and Li Yongfei. Magma mixing origin for the post-collisional adakitic monzogranite of the Triassic Yangba pluton, Northwestern margin of the South China block: geochemistry, Sr–Nd isotopic, zircon U–Pb dating and Hf isotopic evidences. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 2010, 159: 389-409

11 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Diwu Chunrong, Ju Yinjuan and Li Yongfei.2010. Origin of the Late-Triassic granitoids from the Dongjiangkou area, Qinling orogen, Central China: Implication for continent subduction in the Qinling orogen. Lithos,120:347-367

12 Liu Shen, Hu RuiZhong, Gao Shan, Feng CaiXia, Huang Zhilong, Lai Shaocong, Yuan Honglin, Liu, Xiaoming Coulson Ian M., Feng Guangying, Wang Tao, Qi YouQiang. U-Pb zircon, geochemical and Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic constraints on the age and origin of Early Palaeozoic I-type granite from the Tengchong-Baoshan Block, Western Yunnan Province, SW China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2009, 36 (2-3): 168-182

13 Li Sanzhong, Timothy M. Kusky, Wang Lu, Zhang Guowei, Lai Shaocong, Liu Xiaochun, Dong Shuwen, Zhao Guochun. Collision leading to multiple-stage large-scale extrusion in the Qinling orogen: Insights from the Mianlue suture. Gondwana Research, 2007, 12: 121 -143

14 Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Li Yongfei, Long Ping. Geochemistry and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic characteristics of the Mugouriwang Cenozoic volcanic rocks from Tibetan Plateau. Science in China (Series D), 2007, 50(7):984-994

15 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei, Li Yongfei, Qin Jiangfeng. Genesis  of the Madang Cenozoic sodic alkaline basalt in the eastern margin of the Tibetan plateau and its continental dynamics implications. Science in China (Series D), 2007, 50(Supp.II), 314-321

16 Lai Shaocong, Li Yongfei, Qin Jiangfeng. Geochemistry and LA-ICP-MS zircon U-Pb dating of the Dongjiahe ophiolite complex from the western Bikou terrane. Science in China (Series D), 2007, 50(Supp.II),305-313

17 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei, Pei Xianzhi, Yang Haifeng.Geochemistry of the ophiolite and oceanic island volcanic rock in the Kangxian – Pipasi – Nanping tectonic melange zone, southern Qinling and their tectonic significance. Science in China (Series D), 2004, 47(2):128-137

18 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei, Dong Yunpeng, Pei Xianzhi, Chen Liang.Geochemistry and regional distribution of the ophiolites and associated volcanics in Mianlue suture, Qinling-Dabie Mountains. Science in China (Series D), 2004,47(4): 289-299

19 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei and Li Sanzhong. Ophiolites from the Mianlue suture in the southern Qinling and their relationship with the eastern paleotethys evolution. Acta Geologica Sinica, 2004, 78(1): 107-117

20 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei, Yang Ruiying. Identification of the island-arc magmatic zone in the Lianghe-Raofeng-Wuliba area, south Qinling and its tectonic significance. Science in China (Series D), 2000, 43(Supp.), 69-81

21 Lai Shaocong, Liu Chiyang, S Y O’Reilly. Petrogenesis and its significance to continental dynamics of the Neogene high-potassium calc-alkaline volcanic rock association from north Qiangtang, Tibeten Plateau. Science in China (Series D), 2001, 44(Supp.), 45-55

22 Lai Shaocong, Yi Haisheng, Lin Jinhui. Discovery of the granulite xenoliths in Cenozoic volcanic rocks from Hoh Xil, Tibetan Plateau. Progress in Natural Science, 2003, 13(9): 712-715

23 Lai Shaocong.Ophiolite from the Mian-Lue suture zone in the Qinling orogenic belt: implications for the tectonic evolution of the central .Journal of China University of Geosciences, 2007, 18(Special Issue): 443-445

24 Lai Shaocong.Partial melting of the mantle-crust transition zone, northern Tibet: evidence from the Cenozoic volcanis. Journal of China University of Geosciences, 2007, 18(Special Issue): 446-448

25 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Wang Juan, Li Yongfei. 2008. Zircon LA-ICP MS U-Pb age, Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic compositions and geochemistry of the Trassic Wulong granodiorite (South Qinling, Central China) and their petrogenesis significance. Acta Geogica Sinica, 82(2):425-437

26 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei, Diwu Chunrong. Li Yongfei. Zircon LA-ICP MS U-Pb dating of the Longkang andesitic ignimbrites from Jiuzhaigou: Evidence of the Mianlue suture west-ward extension. Journal of China University of Geoscience, 2008,19 (1): 95-108

27 Li Yongfei, Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Liu Xin, Wang Juan. Geochemical characteristics of Bikou volcanic group and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic composition: Evidence for breakup event in the north margin of Yangtze plate, Jining era. Science in China (Series D), 2007, 50(Supp.II), 339-350

28 Li Yongfei, Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng. Further study on geochemical characteristics and genesis of the boninitic rocks from bikou group, Northern Yangtze plate. Journal of China University of Geosciences,2006, 17 (2): 126-131

29 Zhang Guowei, Meng Qingren, Lai Shaocong. Tectonics and structure of Qinling orogenic belt. Science in China (Series B), 1995, 38(11): 1379-1394

30 Lai Shaocong,Zhang Guowei,Yang Yongcheng, Chen Jiayi. Geochemistry of the ophiolite and island-arc volcanic rocks in the Mianxian-Lueyang suture zone, southern Qinling and their tectonic significance. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 1999, 18(1): 39-50

31 Lai Shaocong. Petrogenesis of the Cenozoic volcanic rocks from the northern part of Qinghai-Xizang (Tibet) Plateau. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 1999, 18(4): 361-371

32 Lai Shaocong. Three-phase uplift of the Qinghai-Tibet plateau during the Cenozoic period: igneous petrology constraints. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 2000, 19(2): 152-160

33 Lai Shaocong, Qin Jiangfeng, Li Yongfeng, Liu Xin. Cenozoic volcanic rocks in the Belog Co area, Qiangtang, northern Tibet, China: Petrochemical evidence for partial melting of the mantle-crust transition zone. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 2007, 26(3): 305-311

34 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei, Deng Yunpeng. Geochemical features and its tectonic significance of the meta-basalt in Zhoujiawan area, Mianlue suture zone, Qinling-Dabie mountains, Hubei province. J.Mineral Petrol., 1998, 18(6): 1-8

35 Qin Jiangfeng, Lai Shaocong, Li Yongfei. Post-collisional plutonism with adakitic signatures: The Triassic Yangba granodiorite (Bikou terrane, northern Yangtze Block). Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 2008, 27(1): 72-81

36 Lai Shaocong, Li Shanzhong. Geochemistry of volcanic rocks from Wuliba in the Mianlue suture zone, southern Qinling. Scientia Geologica Sinica, 2001, 10(3): 169-180

37 Lai Shaocong. Discussion about the petrogenesis of the Cenozoic volcanic rocks from Yumen and Hoh Xil area, Qinghai-Tibet plateau. Earth Science Frontiers, 2000, 7(Supp.): 145-146

38 Lai Shaocong, Zhong Jianhua. Ophiolites in Altun mountain of Xinjiang, China. Scientia Geologica Sinica, 1999, 8(2): 137-143

39 Lai Shaocong, Deng Jinfu, Zhao Hailing. Volcanism and tectonic evolution in the north Qilian mountains during Ordovician period. Journal of China University of Geosciences, 1998, 9(1): 14-21

40 Lai Shaocong, Deng Jinfu, Zhao Hailing. Geochemical features and tectonic settings of upper Ordovician marine volcanic rocks on north margin of Qaidam. Journal of China University of Geosciences, 1998, 9(2): 116-123

41 Lai Shaocong, Zhang Guowei. Geochemical features of ophiolite in Mianxian—Lueyang suture zone, Qinling orogenic belt. Journal of China University of Geosciences, 1996, 7(2): 165-172

42 Lai Shaocong. Cenozoic volcanism and tectonic evolution in the northern margin of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Journal of Northwest University, 1996, 26(1): 99-104

 

MAIN RESEARCH INTEREST

Volcanism and Deep Internal Processes; Mechanism about the Crust/Mantle Recirculation; Magmatic Processes; Petrology of Ophiolite; Petrotectonics and Mechanism about Orogenic Belt.



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