LI Hong

Supervisor of graduate, Department of Geology, Northwest University

Basic Information:

Email: lihong2008@nwu.edu.cn

Current Address: Department of Geology, Northwest University, No. 229, North Taibai Road, Xi’an, Shannxi, China.

Mail Code: 710069

Mobile Phone: +86 1370 9226 170

Fax: +86 29 8830 4789

 

Areas of Expertise:

Nowadays, my research interests center on the following two aspects:

(1) Lacustrine microbial dolomite in Middle Permian Lucaogou Formation, Urumchi, Northern Xinjiang, China. The further study is on-going.

(2) Sublacustrine hydrothermal sedimentary rocks in Santanhu Basin, Northeast Xinjiang, NW China. From outcrops and drilling cores in Santanghu Basin, our research team found layers of hydrothermal sedimentary rocks characterized as analcime, sanidine, dolomite, quartz, etc. Geochemistry and Sr, Nd isotope indicate that substance from deep earth may participate in the hydrothermal fluid with which the hydrothermal minerals were deposited. The further study is on-going.

 

Current Research Programs & Projects:

2009 -2011  The origins of lacustrine dolomite in Permian, Northern Xinjiang. (From NSFC)

2011 -2013  Geochemistry and isotope tracing of Permian lacustrine hydrothermal sedimentary rocks in Santanghu Basin. (From State Key Laboratory of Continental Dynamics, Northwest University)

 

Professional Experiences

2007-Present  Mineralogy Petrology Mineral Deposit Geology Division, Department of Geology, Northwest University, China.

 

Education:

1997, BA.  Department of Geology, Xi’an University of Science and Technology (the former Xi’an Mining Institute), China.

2003, MS.  Department of Geology, Northwest University, China.

2007, Ph. D.  Department of Geology, Northwest University, China.

 

Courses:

Undergraduate : Crystal optics and Petrology

Diagenesis of clastic rocks

Graduate: Sedimentary diagenesis

 

Awards:

2010, First Prize in No.9 Teaching Competition of Youth (Science Group), Northwest University.

 

Membership in Professional Societies:

International Association of Sedimentologists, member

 

Publications:

First author:

1. Lithology and origin analysis of sublacustrine hydrothermal deposits characterized by analcime, sanidine, dolomite, quartz, etc. in Lucaogou Formation, middle Permian, Santanghu Basin, Northeast Xinjiang, NWChina. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 2012, v. 30, p. 1-14, IN PRESS.

2. Origin of lacustrine dolostones in the Middle Permian Lucaogou Formation, Santanghu Basin. Journal of Palaeogeography, 2012, v. 14, p. 45-58.

3. Sequences stratigraphic framework and sequences filling models of Chaiwopu sag, south Gunggar Basin. Journal of Northwest University (Natural Science Edition). 2009, v. 39, p. 1026-1031.

4. Reservoir geology model of lithological reservoir with low permeability in Xifeng Oilfield, Ordos Basin. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica. 2007, v. 25, p. 954- 960.

5. Primary study on the origin of lacustrine dolostones of Permian, Santanghu Basin. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica. 2007, v. 25, p. 75-81.

6. Diagenesis of Chang81 reservoir with low permeability in Xifeng Oilfield, Ordos Basin. Oil & Gas Geology. 2006, v. 27, p. 209- 217.

7. Stochastic modeling of sand-body of deltaic front in Huachi Oilfield. Journal of Northwest University (Natural Science Edition). 2006, v. 36, p. 957- 961.

8. Analysis of the subsidence history of Tiaohu and Malang Sags of Santanghu Basin. Journal of Northwest University (Natural Science Edition). 2004, v. 34, p. 721-725.

Participant:

1. Liu Y. Q., Jiao, X., Li, H., Yuan, M. S., Yang, W., Zhou, X. H., Liang, H., Zhou, D. W., Zheng, C. Y., Sun, Q., and Wang, S. S. Primary dolostone fromation related to mantle-originated exhalative hydrothermal activities, Permian Yuejingou section, Santanghu area, Xinjiang, NW China. Sci China Earth Sci, 2012, v. 55, p. 183-192. (English version, third author)

2. Liu Y. Q., Jiao, X., Li, H., Yuan, M. S., Yang, W., Zhou, X. H., Liang, H., Zhou, D. W., Zheng, C. Y., Sun, Q., and Wang, S. S. Primary dolostone fromation related to mantle-originated exhalative hydrothermal activities, Permian Yuejingou section, Santanghu area, Xinjiang, NW China. Sci China Earth Sci, 2011, p. 1862-1871 (Chinese version, third author)

3. Liu, Y. Q., Li, H., Zhu, Y. S., Hu, T., Fu, G. B., Liu, H. F., Zhou, X. H., Zheng, C. Y., and Fan, T. T., Permian lacustrine eruptive hydrothermal dolomites, Santanghu Basin, Xinjiang Province. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 2009, v. 28, p. 861-867. (Second author)

 



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