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姓名 胡瑞忠 性别:
职称 研究员 学历 博士
电话 0851-5891962 传真:
Email: huruizhong@vip.gyig.ac.cn 邮编: 550002
地址 贵阳市观水路46号
简历:

1978.03—1988.03  成都地质学院放射性地质专业学习,获学士、硕士、博士学位 

1988.04—1988.12  成都地质学院讲师 

1989.01—1991.07  中科院地球化学研究所博士后 

1991.08—1993.11  中科院地化所矿床地球化学开放研究实验室副主任 

1993.11—1997.05  中科院地化所所长助理、矿床开放室副主任 

1997.06—1997.11  中科院地化所副所长、矿床开放室副主任 

1997.11—1999.06  中科院地化所副所长、党委副书记兼纪委书记、矿床开放室副主任 

1999.07—2002.01  中科院地化所副所长、党委副书记兼纪委书记、矿床开放室主任 

2002.01—2006.08  中科院地化所党委书记、副所长、矿床开放室主任 

2006.08—2009.09  中科院地化所党委书记兼纪委书记、副所长、矿床地化学国家重点实验室主任 

2009.09—               中科院地化所所长、矿床地球化学国家重点实验室主任 

1992.06-1992.12    新西兰地质与核科学研究所(IGNS, New Zealand)访问研究

1995.11-1996.06    英国曼彻斯特大学(University of Manchester)访问研究

2001.12-2002.05    美国加州理工学院(California Institute of Technology)访问研究

2003.02-2003.05,2005.06-2005.09,2008.05-2008.08    香港大学访问研究

研究方向:

1、大陆动力学与成矿的关系

2、成矿作用地球化学

3、成矿规律与成矿预测

4、稀有气体同位素地球化学

承担科研项目情况:

1.已完成的主要科研项目(22项,其中负责17项,参加5) 

1)大规模成矿作用及大型矿集区预测(国家973项目,1999.10-2004.9,首席科学家) 

2)热液矿床矿化剂地球化学(国家杰出青年基金项目,1999.1-2002.12,负责人) 

2、正在进行的主要科研项目 

1)华南陆块陆内成矿作用:背景与过程(国家973项目,2007.8-2011.12,首席科学家) 

2)华南白垩-第三纪岩石圈伸展与区域铀成矿关系研究(国家自然科学基金重点项目,2007.1-2010.12,负责人) 

专家类别:
国家杰出青年科学基金获得者,国务院政府特殊津贴专家,百千万人才工程国家级人选,中国科学院百人计划入选者,贵州省核心专家
职务:
中国科学院地球化学研究所所长,矿床地球化学国家重点实验室主任
社会任职:
中中国矿物岩石地球化学学会副理事长、秘书长,矿床地球化学专业委员会主任,中国地质学会矿床地质专业委员会副主任,中国核学会铀矿地质分会副主任
获奖及荣誉:
1、国家自然科学二等奖(2005,排名第三)

2、贵州省科技进步一等奖(2003,排名第三)

3、贵州省科技进步一等奖(2005,排名第五)

4、国土资源部科学技术一等奖(2007,排名第二)

5、国务院政府特殊津贴(1993)

6、贵州省十大杰出青年(1993)

7、中国科学院青年科学家奖(1993)

8、中国青年科技奖(1994)

9、全国优秀留学回国人员奖(1997)

10、中国科学院先进工作者(2002)

11、全国优秀博士后(2005)

12、贵州省核心专家(2007)

13、全国优秀科技工作者(2010)

14、贵州省科技进步一等奖(2012)

代表论著:

共发表论文200余篇,合作出版专著5部。代表性论文有:

[1]Blattner P, Hu RZ, et al., Temperatures and isotopic evolution of silicic magmas, Taupo Volcanic Zone and Coromandel, New Zealand, N. Z. J. Geol. Geophys., 1996, 39: 353-362.

[2]Hu RZ, Burnard PG, et al., Helium and argon isotope systematics in fluid inclusions of  Machangqing copper deposit in west Yunnan province, China, Chemical Geology, 1998, 146: 55-63.

[3]Burnard PG, Hu RZ, et al., Mantle, crustal and atomspheric noble gases in Ailaoshan gold deposits, Yunnan province, China, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 1999, 63: 1595-1604.

[4]Hu RZ, Su WC, et al., Geology and geochemistry of Carlin-type gold deposits in China, Mineralium Deposita, 2002, 37: 378-392.

[5]Bi XW, Cornell DH, Hu RZ, REE composition of primary and altered feldspar from the mineralized alteration zone of alkali-rich intrusive rocks, western Yunnan province, China, Ore Geology Reviews, 2002,19: 69-78.

[6]Fang WX, Hu RZ, et al., Influence of black shales on soils and edible plants in the Ankang area, Shanxi Province, China, Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 2002, 24: 35-46.

[7]Peng JT, Hu RZ, et al., Samarium-Neodymium isotope systematics of hydrothermal calcites from the Xikuangshan antimony deposit (Hunan, China): The potential of calcite as a geochronometer, Chemical Geology, 2003, 200 : 129-136.

[8]Hu RZ, Burnard PG, et al., Helium and argon isotope geochemistry of alkaline intrusion-associated gold and copper deposits along the Red River-Jinshajiang fault belt, SW China, Chemical Geology, 2004, 203:305-317.

[9]Lee XQ, Hu RZ, et al., Ontogenetic trace element distribution in brachiopod shells: an indicator of original seawater chemistry, Chemical Geology, 2004, 209: 49-65.

[10]Bi XW, Hu RZ, et al., The alkaline porphyry associated Yao'an gold deposit, Yunnan, China: rare earth element and stable isotope evidence for magmatic-hydrothermal ore formation, Mineralium Deposita, 2004,39:21-30.

[11]Jia DC, Hu RZ, et al., Collision belt between the Kyanka block and the North China block in Yanbian region, Northeast China, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences,2004, 23: 211-219.

[12]Zhao JH, Hu RZ, et al., Geochemistry, petrogenesis, and tectonic significance of Mesozoic mafic dikes, Fujian province, Southeastern China, International Geology Review, 2004, 46:542-557.

[13]Zhong H, Hu RZ, et al., Review of the Link between the Hongges Layered Intrusion and Emeishan Flood Basalts, Southwest China: Internationgal Geology Review, 2005, 47, 971-985.

[14]Liu S, Zou HB, Hu RZ, et al., Mesozoic mafic dikes from the Shandong Peninsula, North China Craton: Petrogenesis and tectonic implications, Geochemical Journal, 2006, 40: 181-195.

[15]Li ZL, Hu RZ, et al., Helium isotope geochemistry of ore-forming fluids from Furong tin orefield in Hunan Province, China, Resource Geology, 2006, 56: 9-15.

[16]Xie GQ, Hu RZ, et al., K-Ar dating, geochemical, and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic systematics of late Mesozoic mafic dikes, southern Jiangxi Province, Southeast China: Petrogenesis and tectonic implications, International Geology Review, 2006, 48: 1023-1051.

[17]Peng JT, Zhou MF, Hu RZ, et al., Precise molybdenite Re-Os and mica Ar-Ar dating of the Mesozoic Yaogangxian tungsten deposit, central Nanling district, South China, Mineralium Deposita, 2006, 41: 661-669.

[18]Zhao JH, Hu RZ, et al., Elemental and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic geochemistry of Mesozoic mafic intrusions in southern Fujian province, SE China: implications for lithospheric mantle evolution, Geological Magazine, 2007, 144: 937-952.

[19]Li ZL, Hu RZ, et al., He, Pb and S isotopic constraints on the relationship between the A-type Qitianling granite and the Furong tin deposit, Hunan Province, China, Lithos, 2007, 97: 161-173.

[20]Qi HW, Hu RZ, et al., Concentration and distribution of trace elements in lignite from the Shengli Coalfield, Inner Mongolia, China: Implications on origin of the associated Wulantuga Germanium Deposit, International Journal of Caol Geology, 2007, 71: 129-152.

[21]Qi HW, Hu RZ, et al., REE Geochemistry of the Cretaceous lignite from Wulantuga Germanium Deposit, Inner Mongolia, Northeastern China, International Journal of Caol Geology, 2007, 71: 329-344.

[22]Tao Y, Li CS, Hu RZ, et al., Petrogenesis of the Pt-Pd mineralized Jinbaoshan ultramafic intrusion in the Permian Emeishan Large Igneous Province, SW China, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 2007, 153: 321-337.

[23]Hu RZ, Bi XW, et al., Uranium metallogenesis in South China and its relationship to crustal extension during the Cretaceous to Tertiary, Economic Geology, 2008, 103:583-598.

[24]Liu S, Hu RZ, et al., U-Pb zircon age, geochemical and Sr-Nd-Pb-Hf isotopic constraints on age and origin of alkaline intrusions and associated mafic dikes from Sulu orogenic belt, Eastern China, Lithos, 2008, 106: 365-379.

[25]Hu XY, Bi XW, Hu RZ, et al., Experimental study on tin partition between granitic silicate melt and coexisting aqueous fluid, Geochemical Journal, 2008, 42: 141-150.

[26]Liu S, Hu RZ, et al., Zircon U-Pb geochronology and major, trace elemental and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic geochemistry of mafic dykes in western Shandong Province, east China: Constrains on their petrogenesis and geodynamic significance, Chemical Geology, 2008, 255: 329-345.

[27]Liu S, Hu RZ, et al., K-Ar ages and geochemical plus Sr-Nd isotopic compositions of adakitic volcanic rocks, western Shandong Province, eastern China: Foundering of the lower continental crust, International Geology Review, 2008, 50: 763-779.

[28]Liu S, Hu RZ, et al., Cenozoic high Sr/Y volcanic rocks in the Qiangtang terrane, northern Tibet: geochemical and isotopic evidence for the origin of delaminated lower continental melts, Geological Magazine, 2008, 145: 463-474.

[29]Yuan SD, Peng JT, Hu RZ, et al., A precise U-Pb age on cassiterite from the Xianghualing tin-polymetallic deposit (Hunan, South China), Mineralium Deposita, 2008, 43: 375-382.

[30]Hu RZ, Burnard PG, et al., Mantle-derived gaseous components in ore-forming fluids of the Xiangshan uranium deposit, Jiangxi province, China: Evidence from He, Ar and C isotopes, Chemical Geology, 2009, 266: 86-95.

[31]Hu RZ, Qi HW, et al., Geological and geochemical constraints on the origin of the giant Lincang coal seam-hosted germanium deposit, Yunnan, SW China: A review, Ore Geology Reviews, 2009, doi:10.1016/j.oregeorev.2009.02.007.

[32]Liu S, Hu RZ, et al., Zircon U-Pb age, geochemistry and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic compositions of adakitic volcanic rocks from Jiaodong, Shandong Province, Eastern China: Constraints on petrogenesis and implications, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2009, 35: 445-458.

[33]Zhong H, Zhu WG, Hu RZ, et al., Zircon U-Pb age and Sr-Nd-Hf isotope geochemistry of the Panzhihua A-type syenitic intrusion in the Emeishan large igneous province, southwest China and implications for growth of juvenile crust, Lithos, 2009, 110: 109-128.

[34]Cao JJ, Hu RZ, et al., TEM observation of geogas-carried particles from the Changkeng concealed gold deposit, Guangdong Province, South China, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 2009, 101: 247-253.

[35]Bi XW, Hu RZ, et al., Crystallisation conditions (T, P, fO(2)) from mineral chemistry of Cu- and Au-mineralised alkaline intrusions in the Red River-Jinshajiang alkaline igneous belt, western Yunnan Province, China, Mineralogy and Petrology, 2009, 96: 43-58.

[36]Su WC, Hu RZ, et al., Calcite Sm-Nd isochron age of the Shuiyindong Carlin-type gold deposit, Guizhou, China, Chemical Geology, 2009, 258: 269-274.