Department of geology northwest university

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1、 Personal profile

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Doctor of Science in 2017

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2、 Scientific research

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1. Academic papers

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">1. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; Shaowei Zhao, M., Santosh, 2019. Petrogenesis of high-K calc-alkaline

granodiorite and its enclaves from the SE Lhasa block, Tibet (SW China):

Implications for recycled subducted sediments. <b>Geological Society of America

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">2. <a name="OLE_ LINK83"></a><a name="OLE_ LINK84"></a><span><b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; M., Santosh, Shaowei Zhao, Encai Zhang, Chunlei Zong, Xiaoli Zhang, Yuze

Xue, 2020. Genesis of high-potassium calc-alkaline peraluminous I-type granite:

New insights from the Gaoligong belt granites in southeastern Tibet Plateau. <b>Lithos</b> 354-355, 105343</span>.</span>

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">3. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; Shaowei Zhao, M., Santosh, 2018a. Strongly peraluminous fractionated

S-type granites in the Baoshan Block, SW China: implications for two-stage

melting of fertile continental materials following the closure of

Bangong-Nujiang Tethys. <b>Lithos</b> 316, 178-198.</span>

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">4. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, M. Santosh,

Jiangfeng Qin &amp; Shaowei Zhao, 2017a. Early Cretaceous Na-rich granitoids

and their enclaves in the Tengchong Block, SW China: magmatism in relation to

subduction of the Bangong-Nujiang Tethys ocean. <b>Lithos</b> 286, 175-190.</span>

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">5. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; Shaowei Zhao, Jiangbo Wang, 2017b. Late Early-Cretaceous quartz

diorite-granodiorite-monzogranite association from the Gaoligong belt,

southeastern Tibet Plateau: chemical variations and geodynamic implications.<b> Lithos</b> 288, 311-325.</span>

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">6. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; Shaowei Zhao, 2018c. Petrogenesis of late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic granitoids

and metagabbroic rocks of the Tengchong Block, SW China: implications for the

evolution of the eastern Paleo-Tethys. <b>International Journal of Earth

Sciences</b> 107, 431-457.</span>

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">7. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; Shaowei Zhao, 2015. Early-Cretaceous highly fractionated I-type granites

from the northern Tengchong block, western Yunnan, SW China: Petrogenesis and

tectonic implications. <b>Journal of Asian Earth Sciences</b> 100, 145-163.</span>

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">8. <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, Shaocong Lai, Jiangfeng Qin

&amp; Shaowei Zhao, 2018b. Early-Cretaceous Syenites and Granites in the

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<span style="font-family:&quot;">9. Shaocong Lai, <b>Renzhi Zhu</b>, 2019.

Petrogenesis of Early Cretaceous high-Mg# granodiorites in the northeastern

Lhasa terrane, SE Tibet: Evidence for mantle-deep crustal interaction. <b>Journal

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2. Scientific research projects

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One National Natural Science Foundation youth project, one special fund of China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, one general program of China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, one youth program of Shaanxi basic science research program, one special fund of Shaanxi Postdoctoral Science Foundation & lt; br / & gt;

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3. Academic monograph

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Geological Publishing House publishes 1 monograph & lt; br / & gt;

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4. Academic conferences and exchanges

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2019 9th Hutton granite conference, 2018 subduction zone magmatic rock advanced seminar

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5. Scientific Research Award

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First prize of Shaanxi Natural Science Award & lt; br / & gt;

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Zhu Zhenzhi

Departments:Petrology & Mineralogy Teaching and Research Office
Title:Associate professor
Direction:Petrology and geochemistry of magmatic rocks, including magmatism and deep processes, and the corresponding coupling effect of the layers
Email:renzhi@nwu.edu.cn

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