李皓揚, 研究助技師

Hao-Yang Lee, Assistant Research Scientist

 

Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica

128, Sec. 2, Academia Road, Nangang, Taipei 11529, Taiwan

TEL: +886-2-2783-9910 ext. 610 (Office), ext. 213 & 810 (Lab)

FAX: +886-2-2651-0358

E-mail: haoyanglee@earth.sinica.edu.tw

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 [EDUCATION]

2007    Ph.D.  in Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University

1999    B. Sc.  in Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University

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[EXPERIENCE]

2015.08~now          Assistant Research Scientist, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica

2014.08~2015.08   Assistant Research Scholar, Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University

                         Project: Applications of MC-ICPMS to the Petrogenesis of Rocks in the Tethyan Orogenic Belt

2011.08~2014.07   Assistant Research Scholar, Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University

                         Project: Geochronology and Geochemistry of Magmatism in the Eastern Tethyan Orogenic Belt (Tibet, Yunnan and Myanmar)

2008.08~2011.07   Post-Doctoral Fellow, Geochemistry Lab, Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University

2007.08~2008.07   Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ar-Ar Lab, Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University

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[RESEARCH INTERESTS]

1. Geochronology and Geochemistry

2. Igneous Petrogenesis and Tectonics

3. New Analytical Techniques for Isotopic Analyses using MC­ICP-MS (Neptune & Nu Plasma)

4. In-situ Isotope Measurements for minerals using LA-(MC-)ICP-MS

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[TECHNICAL SKILLS]

Mass Spectrometry:

- Noble Gas: VG1200, VG3600 and Nu Instruments Noblesse

- Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP): Agilent 7500cx, 7500s, 7700x and 7900

- Multi‐Collector ICP: Thermal Electron Finnigan Neptune and Nu Instruments Nu Plasma

 

Introduction System:

- Solution: APEX, Aridus and DSN-100 desolvators, and stable inlet system

- Solid: New Wave Nd:YAG Laser LUV266, UP213 and Excimer UP193FX, and Photon Machines Analyte G2 (193)

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[PUBLICATIONS]

21. Singh, A.K., Chung, S.-L., Bikramaditya, R.K., Lee, H.-Y. (2016) New U-Pb zircon ages of plagiogranites from the Nagaland-Manipur Ophiolites, Indo-Myanmar Orogenic Belt, Northeast India. Journal of the Geological Society London. (Accepted)

20. Rehman, H.U., Lee, H.-Y., Chung, S.-L., Khan, T., O’Brien, P.J. and Yamamoto, H. (2016) Source and mode of the Permian Panjal Trap magmatism: Evidence from zircon U-Pb and Hf isotopes and trace element data from the Himalayan ultrahigh-pressure rocks. Lithos, 260: 286-299. (SCI)

19. Lee, H.-Y., Chung, S.-L. and Yang, H.-M. (2016) Late Cenozoic volcanism in central Myanmar: Geochemical characteristics and geodynamic significance. Lithos, 245: 174-190. (SCI)

18. Pang, K.-N., Chung, S.-L., Zarrinkoub, M.H., Wang, F., Kamenetsky, V.S. and Lee, H.-Y. (2015) Quaternary high-Mg ultrapotassic rocks from the Qal'eh Hasan Ali maars, southeastern Iran: petrogenesis and geodynamic implications. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, doi:10.1007/s00410-015-1183-y. (SCI)

17. Shao, W.-Y., Chung, S.-L., Chen, W.-S., Lee, H.-Y. and Xie, L.-W. (2015) Old continental zircons from a young oceanic arc, eastern Taiwan: Implications for Luzon subduction initiation and Asian accretionary orogeny. Geology, doi: 10.1130/G36499.1. (SCI)

16. Zhai, Q.-G., Jahn, B.-M., Wang, J., Su, L., Mo, X.-X., Wang, K.-L., Tang, S.-h. and Lee, H.-Y. (2013) The Carboniferous ophiolite in the middle of the Qiangtang terrane, Nothern Tibet: SHRIMP U-Pb dating, geochemical and Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic characteristics. Lithos, 168-169: 186-199. (SCI)

15. Zhai, Q.-G., Jahn, B.-M., Su, L., Wang, J., Mo, X.-X., Lee, H.-Y., Wang, K.-L. and Tang, S. (2013) Triassic arc magmatism in the Qiangtang area, northern Tibet: Zircon U-Pb ages, geochemical and Sr-Nd-Hf istopic characteristics, and tectonic implications. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 63: 162-178. (SCI)

14. Pang, K.-N., Zhou, M.-F., Qi, L., Chung, S.-L., Chu, C.-H. and Lee, H.-Y. (2013) Petrology and geochemistry at the Lower zone-Middle zone transition of the Panzhihua intrusion, SW China: Implications for differentiation and oxide ore genesis. Geoscience Frontiers, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gsf.2013.01.006.

13. Pang, K.-N., Chung, S.-L., Zarrinkoub, M.H., Lin, Y.-C., Lee, H.-Y., Lo, C.-H. and Khatib, M.M. (2013) Iranian ultrapotassic volcanism at ~11 Ma signifies the initiation of post-collisional magmatism in the Arabia-Eurasia collision zone. Terra Nova, 0: 1-9. (SCI)

12. Pang, K.-N., Chung, S.-L., Zarrinkoub, M. H., Khatib, M. M., Mohammadi, S. S., Chiu, H.-Y., Chu, C.-H., Lee, H.-Y. and Lo, C.-H. (2013) Eocene-Oligocene post-collisional magmatism in the Lut-Sistan region, eastern Iran: Magma genesis and tectonic implications. Lithos, 180-181: 234-251. (SCI)

11. Zarrinkoub, M. H., Pang, K.-N., Chung, S.-L., Khatib, M. M., Mohammadi, S. S., Chiu, H.-Y. and Lee, H.-Y. (2012) Zircon U-Pb age and geochemical constraints on the origin of the Birjand ophiolite, Sistan suture zone, eastern Iran. Lithos, 154: 392-405. (SCI)

10. Pang, K.-N., Chung, S.-L., Zarrinkoub, M. H., Mohammadi, S. S., Yang, H.-M., Chu, C.-H., Lee, H.-Y. and Lo, C.-H. (2012) Age, geochemical characteristics and petrogenesis of Late Cenozoic intraplate alkali basalts in the Lut-Sistan region, eastern Iran. Chemical Geology, 306-307: 40-53. (SCI)

9. Lin, I.-J., Chung, S.-L., Chu, C.-H., Lee, H.-Y., Gallet, S., Wu, G., Ji, J. and Zhang, Y. (2012) Geochemical and Sr-Nd Isotopic Characteristics of Cretaceous to Paleocene Granitoids and Volcanic Rocks, SE Tibet: Petrogenesis and Tectonic Implications. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 53: 131-150. (SCI)

8. Lee, H.-Y., Chung, S.-L., Ji, J., Lee, Qian, Q., Gallet, S., Lo, C.-H., Lee, T.-Y. and Zhang, Q. (2012) Geochemical and Sr-Nd isotopic constraints on the genesis of the Cenozoic Linzizong volcanic successions, southern Tibet. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 53: 96-114. (SCI)

7. Chu, M.-F., Chung, S.-L., O’Reilly, S. Y., Pearson, N. J., Wu, F.-Y., Li, X.-H., Liu, D., Ji, J., Chu, C.-H. and Lee, H.-Y. (2011) India’s Hidden Inputs to Tibetan Orogeny Revealed by Hf Isotopes of Transhimalayan Zircons and Host Rocks. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 307: 479-486. (SCI)

6. Lee, H.-Y., Chung, S.-L., Lo, C.-H., Ji, J., Lee, T.-Y., Qian, Q. and Zhang, Q. (2009) Eocene Neotethyan slab breakoff in southern Tibet inferred from the Linzizong volcanic record. Tectonophysics, 477: 20-35. (SCI)

5. Zhu, D.-C., Zhao, Z.-D., Pan, G.-T., Lee, H.-Y., Kang, Z.-Q., Liao, Z.-L., Wang, L.-Q., Li, G.-M., Dong, G.-C. and Liu, B. (2008) Early cretaceous subduction-related adakite-like rocks of the Gangdese Belt, southern Tibet: Products of slab melting and subsequent melt-peridotite interaction? Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 34: 298-309. (SCI)

4. Lee, H.-Y., Chung, S.-L., Wang, Y., Zhu, D., Yang, J., Song, B., Liu, D. and Wu, F. (2007) Age, petrogenesis and geological significance of the Linzizong volcanic successions in the Linzhou basin, southern Tibet: Evidence from zircon U-Pb dates and Hf isotopes. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 23: 493-500. (in Chinese; SCI)

3. Chung, S.-L., Liu, D., Ji, J., Chu, M.-F., Lee, H.-Y., Wen, D.-J., Lo, C.-H., Lee, T.-Y., Qian, Q. and Zhang, Q. (2003) Adakites from continental collision zones: Melting of thickened lower crust beneath southern Tibet. Geology, 31: 1021-1024. (SCI)

2. Lee, H.-Y., Chung, S.-L., Wang, J.-R., Wen, D.-J., Lo, C.-H., Yang, T.F., Zhang, Y., Xie, Y., Lee, T.-Y., Wu, G. and Ji, J. (2003) Miocene Jiali faulting and its implications for Tibetan tectonic evolution. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 205: 185-194. (SCI)

1. Wang, K.-L., Chen, C.-H., Chung, S.-L., Lin, L.-H., Lo, C.-H., Yang, T.F. and Lee, H.-Y. (2000) Field occurrence, 40Ar/39Ar dating and petrochemical features of volcanic rocks in Mienhuayu off NE Taiwan. Journal of the Geological Society of China, 43: 247-264.

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[PRESENTATIONS]

12. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2016) Magmatic and crustal evolution in Georgian Caucasus: evidence from detrital zircons. Abstract presented at 2016 Goldschmidt conference, Yokohama, Japan, 26 June-1 July.

11. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2015) Detrital zircon U-Pb and Hf isotopic constraints on the magmatic and crustal evolution in Georgia. Abstract presented at 2015 Goldschmidt conference, Prague, Czech, 21-26 Aug..

10. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2013) Age and geochemical constraints on the genesis of Late Cenozoic volcanic rocks in central Myanmar. Abstract presented at 2013 Goldschmidt conference, Florence, Italy, 25-30 Aug. DOI:10.1180/minmag.2013.077.5.12.

9. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2011) Late Cenozoic volcanism in central Myanmar: ages, geochemical characteristics and geodynamic significance. Abstract SE67-A011 presented at 2011 AOGS Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, 8-12 Aug..

8. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2010) Cenozoic volcanic rocks from central Myanmar: Age, geochemical characteristics and geodynamic significance. Abstract T43B-2227 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 13-17 Dec..

7. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2010) Age and geochemical constraints on the petrogenesis of late Cenozoic volcanism in Myanmar. Tectonic Crossroads: Evolving Orogens of Eruasia-Africa-Arabia, Ankara, Conference Abstracts, 53 p.

6. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2007) Age and Geochemical Characteristics of the Linzizong Volcanism for Neotethyan Slab Breakoff in Southern Tibet. Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V41D-0824.

5. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2004) New age and geochemical constraints for the origin of the Linzizong volcanic successions, southern Tibet. Eos Trans. AGU, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Conference Abstracts, 164 p.

4. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2004) New age and geochemical constraints for the genesis of the Linzizong volcanic successions, southern Tibet. 93 Geological Society located in Taipei Annul Meeting Abstracts, 57 p.

3. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2003) Age and geochemical constraints on the genesis of the Paleogene Linzizong volcanic successions in southern Tibet. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France, Geophysical Research Abstracts, 5, 06426 (Disc).

2. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2003) New and geochemical constraints on the genesis of the Paleogene Linzizong volcanic successions in southern Tibet. 92 Geological Society located in Taipei Annul Meeting Abstracts, 726-729.

1. Lee, H.-Y. et al. (2001) New geochronological data from the eastern Gangdese batholith with implications for the dextral movement of the Jiali fault. EUG XI, Strasbourg, France, Journal of Conference, 6: 331 p.

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Last updated on 28 July 2016