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Name   Shi, Rendeng Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7062 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      shirendeng@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

professor, major in the evolution of Tethys oceanic mantle and formation of chromitite. Graduated from department of Earth Science, Nanjing University, China in 1992 and gained bachelor degree of science, then gained master degree of science,PHD in 1999 and 2005, respectively, in the institute of geology, CAGS.From 2005 to 2007, Postdoctoral study on the Re-Os isotopic heterogeneities in the mantle sequence of the Bangong lake ophiolites, northwestern Tibet. Visitors in Macquarie university and Hong Kong university, respectively in 2006 and 2008. Has ever been prized by the 4th youth geologist congress as the first author of an excellent paper in China, and prized by the "Chengyuqi excellent PhD Thesis".


Research Interest:

evolution of Tethys oceanic mantle and formation of chromitite

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Honors:
Selected Publications:
  1. Rendeng Shi, Jingsui Yang, Zhiqin Xu, et al., 2008. The Bangong Lake ophiolite (NW Tibet) and its bearing on the tectonic evolution of the Bangong–Nujiang suture zone, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 32(5-6): 438-457.
  2. Rendeng Shi, Olivier Alard, Xiachen Zhi, et al., 2007. Multiple events in the Neo-Tethyan Oceanic upper mantle: Evidence from Ru-Os-Ir alloys in the Luobusa and Dongqiao ophiolitic podiform chromitites, Tibet. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 261: 33-48.
  3. Shi Rendeng, Yang Jingsui, Wu Cailai, et al., 2006. Island Arc Volcanic Rocks in the North Qaidam UHP Belt, Northern Tibet Plateau: Evidence for Ocean-Continent Subduction Followed by Continent-Continent Subduction. The Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 28: 151-159.
  4. Shi Rendeng. 2007. SHRIMP dating of the Bangong Lake SSZ-type ophiolite: Constrains the closure time of Ocean in the Bangong Lake-Nujiang River, northwestern Tibet. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52(7): 936-941.
  5. Shi Rendeng, Yang Jingsui, Xu Zhiqin, et al., 2004. Discovery of the boninite series volcanic rocks in the Bangong Lake ophiolite mélange, Western Tibet and its tectonic implication. Chinese Science Bulletin, 12: 1272-1278.

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