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Rendeng, Shi

Rendeng, Shi
010-8409 7062
Building 3, no.16, lincui road, chaoyang district, Beijing

Name: Rendeng, Shi

Gender: male


Tel: 010-8409 7062         

Fax: 010-8409 7079

Emails: shirendeng@itpcas.ac.cn  

Postcode: 100101   

Address: Building 3, no.16, lincui road, chaoyang district, Beijing


1992: Bachelor, Nanjing University;

1996-2005: PH.D, Graduate school of Chinese academy of geological sciences;

2005-2007: Post-PH.D, University of Science and Technology of China;

2007-pre: Researcher, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Research Area

The mantle evolution and resource effect of lithospheric mantle in qinghai-tibet plateau


Selected Publications

  1. Shi Rendeng, et al., 2012. Melt/mantle mixing produces podiform chromite deposits in ophiolites: Implications of Re-Os systematics in the Dongqiao Neo-Tethyan ophiolite, northern Tibet. Gondwana Research, 21 : 194~206
  2. Shi Rendeng, et al., 2010. Evolution of the Lüliangshan garnet peridotites in the North Qaidam UHP belt, Northern Tibetan Plateau: Constraints from Re-Os isotopes. Lithos, 117: 307~321.
  3. Rendeng Shi, Jingsui Yang, Zhiqin Xu, Xuexiang Qi, 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.
  4. Rendeng Shi, Olivier Alard, Xiachen Zhi, Suzanne Y. O'Reilly, Norman J. Pearson, William L. Griffin, Ming Zhang and Xiaoming Chen. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Shi Rendeng, Yang Jingsui, Wu Cailai, Tsuyoshi Iizuka, Takafumi Hirata. 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.
  7. Shi Rendeng, Yang Jingsui, Xu Zhiqin, Qi Xuexiang. 2004. Discovery of the boninite series volcanic rocks in the Bangong Lake ophiolite mélange, western Tibet, and its tectonic implications. Chinese Science Bulletin, 49(12): 1272~1278.
  8. Zhang Xiaoran, Shi Rendeng, et al., 2010. New high-pressure mafic granulites in Amdo basement, central Tibet. Chinese Science Bulletin55(32): 3694~3702.