謝奈特博士後研究 謝 奈 特 J. Gregory Shellnutt 博士後研究

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 研究領域:Petrogenesis of large igneous provinces and giant mafic dyke swarms, Orogenic peridotites,
      Magmatic oxide mineral deposits, Platinum group element geochemistry,
      Rb-Sr, Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotopic geochemistry


[學 歷]

  • 2007-2003 The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR), Ph.D., Geology (Igneous Petrology).

  • 2000-1998 University of Western Ontario (Canada), M.Sc., Geology (Igneous Petrology).

  • 1998-1994 Saint Mary’s University (Canada), B.Sc. Hons., Geology (Igneous Petrology).

[Working Experience]

  • 2003- present Teaching Assistant, Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong. Laboratory Instructor.

  • 2002-2003 Research Assistant, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Participated in geological research projects in Mexico under Dr. Duncan Keppie and Dr. Jarda Dostal.

  • 2001-2002 Teaching Assistant, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Victoria.  Laboratory Instructor.

  • 2000 Research Assistant, Saint Mary’s University, Department of Geology.

  • 1998-2000 Teaching Assistant, University of Western Ontario, Department of Earth Sciences. Laboratory Instructor.

  • 1997-1998 Teaching Assistant, Saint Mary’s University, Department of Geology.

  • 1996-1997 Research Assistant, Saint Mary’s University, Department of Geology. Regional Geochemical Centre.

[Academic-related Social Activities]

  • Convener 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting Session Large Igneous Provinces: Recent Developments and Ways Forward

  • Guest Editor for Lithos Special Issue: Petrogenesis, Metallogenesis and Environmental Impact of the Emeishan Large Igneous Province, SE Asia

  • Reviewer: Journal of Petrology, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Geochemical Journal, Lithos, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Chemical Geology, International Journal of Geology

  • Editor, Proceedings of the IGCP 479 Hong Kong Workshop, Recent Advances in Magmatic Ore Systems in Mafic-Ultramafic Rocks (2004).

  • Organizer IGCP 479 Recent Advances in Magmatic Ore Systems in Mafic-Ultramafic Rocks, Hong Kong (2004)

  • Member of the University of Victoria Senate Committee on the Libraries 2001-2002

  • Chair, Atlantic Universities Geological Conference (Canada) 1997

  • Member of 1) Geological Association of Canada, 2) Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, 3) American Geophysical Union, 4) Geological Society of America, 5) Mineralogical Association of Canada, 6) Society of Economic Geologists, 7) International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior and 8) Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits.

[榮譽]

  • Society of Economic Geologists Student Research Grant (2006)

  • Mineralogical Association of Canada Student Travel Award (2005)

  • Geological Society of America Student Travel Award (2003)

  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship for Science and Technology (2000)

  • Gordon Fader Award for contributions to Geology at Saint Mary’s University (1998)

  • Certified Wilderness First Aid provider

  • Canadian Firearms Acquisition Certificate (Firearms Training)

[著 作]

  1. Shellnutt, J.G., Dostal, J. 2011. An evaluation of crustal assimilation within the Late Devonian South Mountain Batholith, SW Nova Scotia. Geological Magazine (accepted).

  2. Shellnutt, J.G., MacRae, N.D. 2011. Petrogenesis of the Mesoproterozoic (1.23 Ga) Sudbury dyke swarm and its questionable relationship to plate separation. International Journal of Earth Sciences. doi 10.1007/s00531-010-0636-9.

  3. Shellnutt, J.G., Jahn, B.-M. 2011. Origin of Late Permian Emeishan basaltic rocks from the Panxi region (SW China): implications for the Ti-classification and spatial-compositional distribution of the Emeishan basalts. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 199, 85-95.

  4. Shellnutt, J.G., Jahn, B.-M., Zhou, M.-F. 2011. Crustal-derived granites in the Panzhihua region, SW China: implications for felsic magmatism in the Emeishan Large Igneous province. Lithos 123, 145-157.

  5. Shellnutt, J.G., Iizuka. Y. 2011. Mineralogy from three peralkaline granitic plutons of the Late Permian Emeishan large igneous province (SW China): evidence for contrasting magmatic conditions of A-type granitoids. European Journal of Mineralogy 23, 45-61.

  6. Shellnutt, J.G., Zellmer, G.F. 2010. High-Mg andesite genesis by upper crustal differentiation. Journal of the Geological Society of London 167, 1081-1088.

  7. Shellnutt, J.G., Jahn, B.-M., Dostal, J. 2010. Elemental and Sr-Nd isotope geochemistry of microgranular enclaves from peralkaline A-type granitic plutons of the Emeishan large igneous province, SW China. Lithos 119, 34-46.

  8. Pang, K.-N., Zhou, M.-F., Qi, L., Shellnutt, J.G., Wang. C.Y., Zhao, D. 2010. Magmatic Fe-Ti-V oxide deposits in the Emeishan large igneous province, SW China. Lithos 119, 123-126.

  9. Shellnutt, J.G. Jahn, B.-M. 2010. Formation of the Late Permian Panzhihua plutonic-hypabyssal-volcanic igneous complex: implications for the genesis of Fe-Ti oxide deposits and A-type granites of SW China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 289, 509-519.

  10. Brookfield, M.E., Shellnutt, J.G., Qi, L., Hannigan, R., Wignall, P., Bhat, G.M. 2010. Platinum element group variations at the Permo-Triassic boundary in Kashmir and British Columbia and their significance. Chemical Geology 272, 12-19.

  11. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F., Zellmer, G. 2009. The role of Fe–Ti oxide crystallization in the formation of A-type granitoids with implications for the Daly gap: An example from the Permian Baima igneous complex, SW China. Chemical Geology 259, 204-217.

  12. Shellnutt, J.G., Wang, C.Y., Zhou, M.-F., Yang, Y.-H. 2009. Zircon Lu–Hf isotopic compositions of metaluminous and peralkaline A-type granitic plutons of the Emeishan large igneous province (SW China): constraints on the mantle source. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 35, 45-55.

  13. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F., Yan, D.-P., Wang, Y. 2008. Longevity of the Permian Emeishan mantle plume (SW China): 1 million years; 8 million years or 18 million years? Geological Magazine 145, 373-388.

  14. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F. 2008. Rifting-related, Permian ferrosyenites in the Panxi region, SW China. Lithos 101, 54-73.

  15. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F. 2007. Permian peralkaline, peraluminous and metaluminous A-type granites in the Panxi district, SW China: their relationship to the Emeishan mantle plume. Chemical Geology 243: 286-316.)

  16. Shellnutt, J.G., Dostal, J., Keppie, J.D. 2004. Petrogenesis of the 723 Ma Coronation sills, Amundsen Basin, Arctic Canada: implications for the break-up of Rodinia. Precambrian Research, 129: 309-324.

  17. Canil, D., Johnston, S.T., Evers, K., Shellnutt, J.G., Creaser, R. A. 2003. Mantle exhumation in an early Paleozoic passive margin, northern Cordillera, Yukon. Journal of Geology, 111: 313-327.

  18. Shellnutt, J.G., Canil, D., Johnston, S.T. 2002. Preliminary results of a petrological study of ultramafic rocks of the Northern Cordillera. In Yukon Exploration and Geology 201, D.S. Emond, L.H. Weston and L.L. Lewis (eds.), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon Region, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 229-237.

Books edited 

  1. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F., Chung, S.-L. (Eds.). 2010. The Emeishan large igneous province: advances in the stratigraphic correlations and petrogenetic and metallogenic models. Lithos 119, 172 pp.

  2. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M-F., Pang, K-N. (Eds.). 2004. Proceedings of the IGCP 479 Hong Kong Workshop: Recent Advances in Magmatic Ore Systems in Mafic-Ultramafic Rocks. Abstract Volume, 143 pp.

 

Society Newsletters 

  1. Shellnutt, J.G. 2010. Video introduction to the Emeishan large igneous province special issue. doi:10.1016/S0024-4937(10)00232-X.

  2. Shellnutt, J.G. 2008. Dynamic Taiwan: a researcher’s delight in the South China Sea. Ashfall: Newsletter of the volcanology and igneous petrology division of the Geological Association of Canada, 69, 2-3.

  3. Shellnutt, J.G. 2007. Canada and Hong Kong what’s the geologic connection? Ashfall: Newsletter of the volcanology and igneous petrology division of the Geological Association of Canada 66, 4.

  4. Shellnutt, J.G., Eaton, D., Vasudevan, K. 1999. Potential-Field Skeletonization and origin of the Hottah Dyke Swarm, NWT.  Lithoprobe Seismic Processing Facility Newsletter, vol. 12, pp. 30- 36.

 

Conference Presentations

  1. Zellmer G.F., Shellnutt J.G. 2010. Genesis of high-Mg andesites through shallow fractionation of primitive arc basalts at elevated oxygen fugacities. EGU General Assembly, 2-7 May, Vienna, Austria

  2. Shellnutt, J.G., Dostal, J. 2010. Geochemical evolution of the Late Devonian (375 Ma) South Mountain Batholith (Nova Scotia) by crystal fractionation. Japan Geosciences Union. May 23 to 20, Chiba

  3. Shellnutt, J.G., Jahn, B.-M., Dostal, J. 2010. Whole rock and Sr and Nd geochemistry of Microgranular enclaves from peralkaline A-type granitic plutons of the Emeishan large igneous provinces, SW China. Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting. June 22 to 25, Taipei.

  4. Shellnutt, J.G. Jahn, B.-M., Zhou, M.-F. 2010. Chemical and thermal subdivisions of Late Permian within-plate granitoids of the SW China: implications for secular variations in granitic magmatism of the Emeishan large igneous province. Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, June 22 to 25, Taipei.

  5. Pang, K.-N., Zhou, M.-F., Qi, L., Shellnutt, J.G., Wang, C.Y., Zhao, D. 2010. Crystallization of Fe-Ti oxides in ferrobasaltic magmas and formation of the Panzhihua-type Fe-Ti oxide deposits in the Emeishan large igneous province, SW China. Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, June 22 to 25, Taipei.

  6. Shellnutt, J.G., Jahn, B.-M. 2009. Formation of the Late Permian Taihe layered gabbro-granite complex: a common regional process for the formation of the Fe-Ti oxide deposits of the Emeishan large igneous province (SW China). EOS, Transactions, AGU Abstract V21A-1969.

  7. Zellmer, G.F., Shellnutt, J.G. 2009. Genesis of high-Mg andesites through shallow fractionation of primitive arc basalts at elevated oxygen fugacities. EOS, Transactions, AGU Abstract V31B-1962.

  8. Shellnutt, J.G., Jahn, B.-M. 2009. Formation of the Permian Panzhihua magmatic Fe-Ti deposit and associated A-type granite of the Emeishan large igneous province (SW China): implications for the Daly gap and the hypabyssal-volcanic transition. Joint Meeting AGU-GAC-MAC.

  9. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F., Yan, D.P., Wang Y, 2008. Longevity of the Emeishan mantle-plume (SW China): 1 Ma, 8 Ma or 18 Ma? The Gondwana 13 Program and Abstracts, p. 183.

  10. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M.-F., Zellmer, G., 2008. Formation of Peralkaline A-type granitoids: insights from the Permian Fe-Ti-oxide bearing Baima Igneous Complex (China). Geological Society of Taiwan 2008 Geological Annual Congress, Tainan, Taiwan.

  11. Zhou, M.-F., Wang, C.Y., Pang, K.-N., Shellnutt, G.J., Ma, Y. 2008. Origin of giant Fe-Ti-V oxide deposits in layered gabbroic intrusions, Pan-Xi district, Sichuan Province, SW China. In: Ma, J., Bierlein, F.P. (eds), Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge. Springer-Verlag, p.511-513.

  12. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M-F. 2006. Rifting-related, Permian ferrosyenites in the Panxi region of the Emeishan large igneous province, SW China. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, 579.

  13. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M-F. 2006. Enrichment of Fe, Ti and V in mafic magmas by immiscible separation of syenitic magmas: a case study of the Permian Baima Igneous Complex. International Conference on Continental Volcanism IAVCEI2006 Abstracts & Program, p. 181.

  14. Zhou, M-F., Wang, C.Y., Pang, K-W., Shellnutt, J.G. 2006. Origin of giant Fe-Ti-V oxide deposits in layered gabbroic intrusions, Pan-Xi district, Sichuan Province, SW China. International Conference on Continental Volcanism IAVCEI2006 Abstracts & Program, p. 183.

  15. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M-F., Qi, L. 2005. Major, Trace and platinum group elemental geochemistry of the Baima and Taihe magmatic Fe-Ti-V oxide deposits of the Permian (260 Ma) Emeishan large igneous province, SW China. GAC/MAC Joint Annual Meeting, Halifax, NS, Abstract Volume 30 p. 174-175.

  16. Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M-F., Qi, L., Ma, Y. 2004 Geochemical discrimination between mineralized and unmineralized gabbros from Miyi, Sichuan Province, SW China: recognition of two magma types of the late Permian Emeishan large igneous province. In: Shellnutt, J.G., Zhou, M-F. and Pang, K-N. (Eds.), Proceedings of the IGCP 479 Hong Kong Workshop: Recent Advances in Magmatic Ore Systems in Mafic-Ultramafic Rocks. Abstract Volume, p. 99-103.

  17. Shellnutt, J.G., Dostal, J., Keppie, J. D. 2003. Coronation Sills of Arctic Canada, implications for a Neoproterozoic mantle plume and the break-up of Rodinia. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 35, no. 4.

  18. Shellnutt, J.G., Dostal, J., Kontak, D.J. 2003. Early Jurassic magmatism of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province: regional variations in chemical composition.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 35, no. 3.

  19. Shellnutt, J.G., Canil, D., Johnston, S.T. 2002. Ultramafic rocks of the Northern Cordillera. Cordilleran Roundup 2002. Yukon and British Columbia Chamber of Mines January 24-26, 2002, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

  20. Shellnutt, J.G., Dostal, J. 2001. Petrogenesis of the Coronation Sills and its Relationship to the Neoproterozoic break-up of Rodinia. Slave-Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution and Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop Combined Meeting, Pacific Geoscience Centre, Lithoprobe Report 79, p. 27.

  21. Shellnutt, J.G., Eaton, D. 1999. Evidence for previously unrecognized multiple Dyke Swarms in the Coppermine Homocline from aeromagnetic interpretation. GAC/MAC Joint Annual Meeting, Sudbury, ON, Abstract Volume, 24, p. 114.

 

Invited Lectures 

  1. The role of Fe-Ti oxide crystallization in the formation of A-type granitoids with implications for the Daly gap: an example from the Permian Baima igneous complex, SW China. Dalhousie University, Department of Earth Sciences (Halifax, Canada, 2009)

  2. Rifting-related, Permian ferrosyenites of the Emeishan large igneous province, SW China, Academia Sinica, Institute of Earth Sciences (Taipei, Taiwan, 2008)

  3. Large igneous provinces: overview of the Emeishan LIP,SW China, National Hualien University of Education (Hualien, Taiwan, 2008)

  4. Introduction to large igneous provinces: an example from SW China, National Taiwan University (Taipei, Taiwan, 2008)

  5. A-types Granites of the Emeishan Large Igneous Province: Peralkaline and Metaluminous Examples from the Panxi Region, SW China, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Science (Guiyang, China, 2007).

  6. Rifting-related, Permian ferrosyenites in the Panxi region of the Emeishan large igneous province, SW China, Sichuan Bureau of Mines (Chengdu, China, 2007)

  7. From the Earth to the Moon- a possible solution for bimodal mafic and felsic plutonic rocks: a case study in Panxi, SW China Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Guangzhou, China, 2005)

  8. The Intrusive Complexes of the Emeishan large igneous province, Sichuan, China China University of Geosciences (Beijing, China, 2005)

  9. Geochemical discrimination between mineralized and unmineralized gabbros from Miyi, Sichuan Province, SW China: recognition of two magma types of the late Permian Emeishan large igneous province, Saint Mary’s University (Halifax, Canada, 2005.