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一、课程信息

课程代码:S020002

课程名称:超大型矿床 Giant Metallic Deposits

课程学分:3学分

课程性质:学硕学位课,专硕选修课,计学分

授课语种:中-英文

授课对象:硕士、博士研究生

选课要求:限选40人(具备相关专业背景)

考核方式:课堂训练及报告

任课教师:Mei-Fu Zhou, Peter Laznicka, Daniel Harlov, Jian-Wei Li, Huan Li

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授课时间及地点:

Date

Hours

Lecturer

Contents

Location

2017/10/14 (Sat)

Morning

(4 hours)

Mei-Fu Zhou

Titanomagnetite deposits/

Podiform chromite deposits

研A-603

2017/10/15 (Sun)

Morning

(4 hours)

Mei-Fu Zhou

Magmatic sulfide deposits/

REE deposits

研A-603

2017/10/21 (Sat)

Morning

(4 hours)

Peter Laznicka/

Huan Li

Frontiers of Giant Metallic Deposits

主楼826

2017/10/22 (Sun)

Morning

(4 hours)

Peter Laznicka/

Huan Li

Frontiers of Giant Metallic Deposits

主楼826

2017/10/28 (Sat)

Morning

(4 hours)

Albert Hofstra/

Jian-Wei Li

Origin of the the Pea Ridge IOA-REE deposit /

Yellow Pine Au-Sb-W deposit

研A-603

2017/10/29 (Sun)

Morning

(4 hours)

Albert Hofstra/

Jian-Wei Li

Primitive mantle He in the Goldfield (HS) and

Tonopah (IS) epithermal deposits

研A-603

2017/11/4 (Sat)

Morning

(4 hours)

Daniel Harlov/

Jian-Wei Li

Simulation of ore-forming process/

Carlin-type gold deposits

研A-603

2017/11/5 (Sun)

Morning

(4 hours)

Daniel Harlov/

Jian-Wei Li

Simulation of ore-forming process/

REEs mineralization associated with

Calca-alkaline magmatism

研A-603

2017/11/6 (Mon)

Evening

(4 hours)

Huan Li

Practice: Observation of samples from

typical ore deposits abroad

主楼负一楼超大型

矿床实验室

2017/11/7 (Tue)

Evening

(4 hours)

Huan Li

Practice: Observation of samples from

typical ore deposits abroad

主楼负一楼超大型

矿床实验室

2017/11/8 (Wed)

Evening

(4 hours)

Huan Li

Practice: Observation of samples from t

ypical ore deposits abroad

主楼负一楼超大型

矿床实验室

2017/11/9 (Thur)

Evening

(4 hours)

Huan Li

Practice: Observation of samples from

typical ore deposits abroad

主楼负一楼超大型

矿床实验室

Please take an active part in the course! Any question please email to Dr. Huan Li lihuan@cug.edu.cn.

二.专家介绍Introduction of Lecturers

Mei-Fu Zhou: Professor of Earth Sciences at The University of Hong Kong where he teaches Principle Geology, Economic Geology, Advanced Geochemistry and Geological Heritage of Hong Kong since 1996. His research interests include ophiolites, large igneous provinces and mineral deposits. In the 1990’s, Zhou worked on komatiites in Zimbabwe, podiform chromite deposits in Tibet and the Sudbury Ni-sulfide deposit in Canada. His recent researches focus on the tectonic evolution and mineral deposits of South China and surrounding regions.

 

Peter Laznicka: Fellow of SEG; Prof (retired) from University of Manitoba, Canada; founder of Data Metallogenica. He is an expert in the global distribution and geological setting of especially metallic deposits with emphasis on empirical (visual) characteristics, supported by on-site familiarity with ~3500 deposits in ~85 countries (most are now represented in Data Metallogenica). Definition and organization of ore types and favorable plays ("geosites") described in 7 major books.

 

Albert Hofstra: Researcher from United States Geological Survey (USGS). He has published 83 papers in numerous famous international journals with 1478 citations. His studies mainly contributed to geomorphology, volcanology and hydrogeology.In recent papers, he combined mineral thermometry with fluid inclusion to constrain the mineralization of pea ridge iron oxide-apatite-rare earth element deposit in St. Francois Mountains Terrane, USA.

 

Daniel Harlov: Researcher ofGerman Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ); Fellow of the American Mineralogical Society. He got his PhD of geochemistry in Purdue University, USA. His research interests are modeling of ore-forming process of giant deposits, experimental metasomatism, the Al-Si-O system as a function of P-T-XH2O,IOCG deposits, the role of fluids and melts during high grade metamorphism, and the stability and function of accessory REE-bearing minerals as a function of metamorphic grade.

 

Jian-Wei Li:Chair professor of China University of Geosciences (Wuhan); Fellow of SEG. He is interested in porphyry and skarn systems, Carlin-type gold deposits, orogenic gold deposits, fluid inclusion and ore genesis, geochronology with applications to ore genesis, weathering and supergene mineralization and petrogenesis of igneous rocks and their bearing on ore genesis. He has presided over a number of projects focusing on giant deposits and published many papers in different leading magazines such as EPSL, GCA, Geology, Economic Geology, Lithos, MineraliumDeposita,etc.

 

Huan Li:Lecturer of China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). He got his PhD in Kyushu University, Japan. He has many research experiences on giant metallic deposits and published some international papers regarding this subject. Recently he is focusing on the W-Sn and Sb-Au mineralization in South China and Au deposits in North China Craton. He has traveled many countries to investigate giant deposits, such as Japan, USA, UK, Australia, Mongolia, India, etc, with fruitful results.