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LI Jilei
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:

Ji-Lei Li, male, born in Nov. 1984, Yutai, Shandong Provice, China

  • 2017.01-present  Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate Professor
  • 2014.05-2016.12  Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Postdoc
  • 2011.04-2014.04  Friedrich-Alexander Universit?t Erlangen-Nürnberg, Metamorphic Geology, Ph.D.
  • 2007.09-2010.07  Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Structure Geology, Master
  • 2003.09-2007.07  Shandong University of Science and Technology, Geological Engineering, Bachelor

Research Interests:
  1. High-pressure to ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism in subduction settings 
  2. Subduction fluids and element cycling
Public Services:


DAAD doctoral schalorship (2010) 

Supported Projects:
  1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (41502053), 2016.01-2018.12 
  2. China Post-doctoral Science Foundation (2015T80135), 2015.082017.07 
  3. China Post-doctoral Science Foundation (2014M560114), 2014.102016.12

Selected Publication:

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  1. Li, J.L., John, T., Gao, J., Klemd, R., Wang, X.S. (2017) Subduction channel fluid–rock interaction and mass transfer: Constraints from a retrograde vein in blueschist (SW Tianshan, China). Chemical Geology 456, 28-42.
  2. Li J.L., Gao J., Wang X.S. (2016) A subduction channel model for exhumation of oceanic-type high- to ultrahigh-pressure eclogite-facies metamorphic rocks in SW Tianshan, China. Science China Earth Sciences 59, 2339-2354. 
  3. Li J.L., Gao J., Klemd R., John T., Wang X.S. (2016) Redox processes in subducting oceanic crust recorded by sulfide-bearing high-pressure rocks and veins (SW Tianshan, China). Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 171: 72. 
  4. Li J.L., Klemd R., Gao J., John T. (2016) Poly-cyclic metamorphic evolution of eclogite: evidence for multistage burial-exhumation cycling in a subduction channel. Journal of Petrology 57, 119-146. 
  5. Li J.L., Klemd R., Gao J., Jiang T., Song Y.H. (2015) A common high-pressure metamorphic evolution of interlayered eclogites and metasediments from the ‘ultrahigh- pressure unit’ of the Tianshan metamorphic belt in China. Lithos 226, 169-182. 
  6. Li J.L., Klemd R., Gao J., Meyer M. (2014) Compositional zoning in dolomite from lawsonite-bearing eclogite (SW Tianshan, China): Evidence for prograde metamorphism during subduction of oceanic crust. American Mineralogist 99, 206-217. 
  7. Li J.L., Gao J., John T., Klemd R., Su W. (2013) Fluid-mediated metal transport in subduction zones and its link to arc-related giant ore deposits: Constraints from a sulfide- bearing HP vein in lawsonite eclogite (Tianshan, China). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 120, 326-362. 
  8. Li J.L., Klemd R., Gao J., Meyer M. (2012) Coexisting carbonate-bearing eclogite and blueschist in SW Tianshan, China: Petrology and phase equilibria. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 60, 174-187.
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