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SHAO Lei

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Lei SHAO  Professor


Office :Ocean building 308

Tel021-65984879

Email: lshao@tongji.edu.cn

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Mailing AddressSchool of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai 200092, China


  1. Education
    1978.10-1982.07Northwest UniversityGeologyB.Sc

  2. 1982.09-1985.07: Northwest UniversityGeologyM.Sc

  3. 1990.10-1996.11: Kiel University, Germany, GeologyPh.D

  1. Employment

2001.03- Professor of Geology, Tongji Universty, Shanghai

1998.03-2001.03Associate Professor

1997.01-1998.03: Post Doctor

1985.07-1990.10: Assistant Professor, Lecturer

  1. Research interests

 1. sedimentology, provenance analysis

2. basin analysis, Geochemistry

  1. Projects

  1. National Natural Science Foundation of China supported Project: “Tectonic evolution and sedimentary response during Cretaceous-Miocene in the eastern South China Sea”. 2016-2019.

  2. National Natural Science Foundation of China supported Project: “Sedimentary records of early tectonic evolution in the south China sea”. 2012-2015.

  3. National Natural Science Foundation of China supported Project: “Evolution of the Pearl River and provenance abrupt change event in the northern South China Sea”, 2010-2012.

  4. National Natural Science Foundation of China supported Project: “Provenance analysis of terrigenous deep sea sediments with high sedimentary rate in northern South China Sea”. 2003~2005.

  1. Publications

  1. Yuchi,      Cui, Lei Shao*, Peijun Qiao, Jianxiang Pei, Daojun Zhang, Huyen      Tran      Upper Miocene–Pliocene      provenance evolution of the Central Canyon in northwestern South China SeaMarine      Geophysical Research(2018)      DOI: 10.1007/s11001-018-9359-2

  2. Licheng      Cao, Lei Shao?, Peijun Qiao, Zhigang Zhao, Douwe      J.J.vanHinsbergenEarly      Miocene birth of modern Pearl River recorded low-relief, high-elevation      surface formation of SE Tibetan PlateauEarth and Planetary Science Letters      496 (2018) 120–131https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2018.05.039

  3. Shuhui Chen, Peijun Qiao, Houhe Zhang, Xiaojun Xie, Yuchi Cui, Lei Shao,Geochemical characteristics of Oligocene-Miocene sediments from the deepwater area of the northern South China Sea and their provenance implications. Acta Oceanol. Sin., 2018, 37(2): 1–9, DOI: 10.1007/s13131-017-1127-7

  4. Lei Shao, Licheng Cao, Peijun Qiao, Xiangtao Zhang, Qianyu Li, Douwe J.J. van Hinsbergen. Cretaceous–Eocene provenance connections between the Palawan Continental Terrane and the northern South China Sea margin. 2017. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 477201797-107. Doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2017.08.019

  5. Lei Shao, Anhui Meng, Qianyu Li, Peijun Qiao, Yuchi Cui, Licheng Cao, Shuhui Chen , Detrital zircon ages and elemental characteristics of the Eocene sequence in IODP Hole U1435A: Implications for rifting and environmental changes before the opening of the South China Sea, Marine Geology (2017), doi: 10.1016/j.margeo.2017.08.002

  6. Lei Shao, Qianyu Li, Weilin Zhu, Daojun Zhang, PeijunQiao, Xinyu Liu, LiYou, Yuchi Cui, XixiDongNeogene carbonate platform development in the NW South China Sea: Litho-, bio- and chemo-stratigraphic evidenceMarine Geology2017DOI: 10.1016/j.margeo.2017.01.009

  7. Zhu W L, Xie X N, Wang Z F, Zhang D J, Zhang C L, Cao L C, Shao L. 2017. New insights on the origin of the basement of the Xisha Uplift, South China Sea. Science China Earth Sciences, 60: 1–9, doi: 10.1007/s11430-017-9089-9

  8. Licheng Cao, Lei Shao, Peijun Qiao, Shuhui Chen, Mengshuang WuGeochemical evolution of Oligocene–Middle Miocene sediments in the deep-water area of the Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China SeaMarine and Petroleum Geology2017DOI: 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2016.12.010

  9. Rong LiPeijun QiaoYuchi CuiDaojun ZhangXinyu LiuLei ShaoComposition and diagenesis of Pleistocene aeolianites at Shidao, Xisha Islands: Implications for palaeoceanography and palaeoclimate during the last glacial periodVolume 490, 15 January 2018, Pages 604-616https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2017.11.049

  10. Li Q Y, Wu G X, Zhang L L, Shu Y, Shao L. Paleogene marine deposition records of rifting and breakup of the South China Sea: An overview. Science China Earth Sciences, 2016. doi: 10.1007/s11430-016-0163-x

  11. Shao, L., L. Cao, X. Pang, T. Jiang,P. Qiao, and M. Zhao (2016), Detrital zircon provenance of the Paleogene syn-rift sediments in the northern South China Sea, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 17, 255–269, doi:10.1002/2015GC006113

  12. Li Q Y, Wu G X, Zhang L L, Shu Y, Shao L. Paleogene marine deposition records of rifting and breakup of the South China Sea: An overview. Science China Earth Sciences, 2016. doi: 10.1007/s11430-016-0163-x

  13. SHAO Lei, QIAO Peijun, ZHAO Meng , Li Qianyu, WU Mengshuang, PANG XiongDepositional style of the northern South China Sea between Oligocene and Miocene in Response to the Evolution of the Pearl RiverIn: Clift, P. D., Harff, J., Wu, J. & Yan, Q. (eds)  River-Dominated Shelf Sediments of East Asian Seas, Geological Society of London, Special Publications, 429, 2016. http://doi.org/10.1144/SP429.2

  14. Meng Zhao, Lei Shao, Jianshe Liang, Qianyu Li. No Red River capture since the late Oligocene: Geochemical evidence from the northwestern South China Sea. Deep-Sea Research Part II  (2015), pp. 185-194 DOI information: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2015.02.029

  15. SHAO Lei, QIAO PeiJun, PANG Xiong, WEI GangJian, LI QianYu, MIAO WeiLiang, LI AngNd isotopic variations and its implications in the recent sediments from the northern South China SeaChinese Science bulletin, 2009, 54(2): 311-317

  16. Lei Shao, Xiong Pang, Changmin Chen, Hesheng Shi, Qianyu Li and Peijun Qiao. Late Oligocene sedimentary environments and provenance abrupt change event in the northern South China Sea, Frontiers of Earth Science in China, 2008, 2(2): 138-146

  17. SHAO Lei, LI Xuejie, GEN Jianhua, PANG Xiong, LEI Yongchang, QIAO Peijun, WANG Liaoliang & WANG HongbinDeep water bottom current deposition in the northern South China SeaScience in China, Series D, 2007, 50(7): 1060-1066

  18. Shao Lei, Chuanlian Liu, Karl Stattegger, 2001. Determination of tectonic evolution of sedimentary basin from sandstone components. International Journal of sediment research, v.16(4): 499-507.

  19. Shao Lei, Li Xianhua, Wei Gangjian et al., 2001. Provenance of a prominent sediment drift on the northern slope of the South China Sea, Science in China (Ser. D), 44(10): 919

  20. Shao, L. (1996). Sedimentology and Evolution of the Turpan Basin (NW China). University of Kiel Press, Germany, No.80, p.134.

  21. Shao, L., Stattegger, K., Li, W.H. (1998): Determination of tectonic background for sedimentary basin from sandstone geochemistry. Chinese Science Bulletin43, 1191-1196.

  22. Shao, L., Stattegger, K., Li, W.H., Haupt, B-J. (1999): Depositional Style and Subsidence history of the Turpan Basin (NW China). Sedimentary Geology, 128, 155-169.

  23. Shao, L., Stattegger, K., Li, W.H., Haupt, B-J., Liu, Y.Q. (1998): Subsidence Characteristics of the Turpan Basin (NW China) and its Tectonic Implications. Progress in Natural Science, 8, 597-603.

  24. Shao, L.Stattegger, K. (1996). Sandstone Composition and Geochemistry of the Turpan Basin: Implications for Provenance and Tectonic Evolution. In Abstract of 30th International Geol. Congr. Beijing, p.201.

  25. Shao, L.Stattegger, K. (2001): Sandstone Petrology and Geochemistry of the Turpan Basin (NW China)Implications for the Tectonic Evolution of a Continental Basin. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 71(1): 37-49.

  

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