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Name: Deru XU (许德如)
Position: Research Professor
Department: Key Laboratory of Mineralogy and Metallogeny, CAS
Email: xuderu@gig.ac.cn

Research

Dr. Deru Xu's major research fields focus on both the geodynamics of continental margin and its relationship to metallogeny, and the ore-field structure and its prediction on mineral resources, main research work covering geological structure in ore-field, ore deposit, predicting and prospecting on mineral resources, and ore genesis. In recent years Deru Xu have been responsible for and undertaken a series of projects related to metallogenic disciplinarian and prediction on different scales in South China and comprehensive study on tectonic evolution of southeast Tethyan domain and its respondence to metallogeny. The highlight of Xu's research interest is focusing on the ore-field structures and prediction on mineral resources. 

Xu's publications represented by a book entitled Metallogenic Model and Ore Predicating of the Shilu Iron-Ore Deposit in Hainan Island, South China (2009) and more than 50 journal papers. 

Research:

Recent Publications:
1. Xu D.R., Xia B., Li P.C., et al. 2007. Protolith natures and U-Pb sensitive high mass-resolution ion microprobe (SHRIMP) zircon ages of the metabasites in Hainan Island, South China: Implications for geodynamic evolution since the late Precambrian. Island Arc 16:575-597.
2. Xu D.R., Gu Xuexiang, Li Pengchun, et al. 2007. Mesoproterozoic - Neoproterozoic transition: geochemistry, provenance and tectonic setting of clastic sedimentary rocks in the southeastern margin of the Yangtze block, South China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 29: 637-650.
3. Xu D.R., Ma C., Nonna B.C., et al., 2007. Petrological, mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of Ordovician volcanic-clastic sedimentary rocks in Bangxi area, Northwest Hainan Island, South China: Implications for provenance and tectonic setting. Geochimica, 36(1): 11-26.
4. Xu D.R., Ma C., Li P.C., et al., 2007. U-Pb SHRIMP-dating of zircon domains from metaclastic sedimentary rocks in Hainan Island, South China, and its geological significance. Acta Geologica Sinica, 81(3): 381-393.
5. Xu D.R., Xia B., Nonna B-C., et al. 2008. Geochemistry and Sr-Nd isotope systematics of metabasites in the Tunchang area, Hainan Island, South China: implications for petrogenesis and tectonic setting. Mineralogy and Petrology 92:361-391.
6. Xu D.R., Wang L., Xiao Y., et al., 2008. A preliminary discussion on metallogenic model for Shilu-type iron oxide-copper-gold-cobalt ore deposit. Mineral Deposits, 27(6): 681-694.
7. Xu D.R., Wang L., Li P.C., et al., 2009. Petrogenesis of the Lianyunshan granites in northeastern Hunan Province, South China, and its geodynamic implications. Acta Petrologica Sinica, 25(5): 1056-1078.
8. Xu D.R., Xiao Y., Xia B., et al., 2009. Metallogenic model and ore predicating of the Shilu iron-ore deposit in Hainan Island, South China. Beijing: Geological Publishing House, pp.1-331.
9. Xu D.R., Wu J., Xiao Y., et al., 2010. Structural deformation of the Shilu iron ore deposit in Hainan Province, South China, and its relationship with the formation and enrichment of iron-polymetallic metals. Geological Bulletin of China, 30(4): 553-556.
10. Lin G., Xu D.R., 2010. Prospecting for Daye-type iron deposit in depth of porphyrite-type iron deposit:A case study of southern Ningwu iron deposits in Anhui Province. Mineral Deposits, 29(3): 427-436.
11. Lin G., Zhu C.L., Xu D.R., 2010. Discussion on metallogenetic model of the Southern Ningwu porphyrite iron deposit and deep prospecting method. Geotectonica et Metallogenia, 34(3): 368-377.
12. Xu D.R., Wang Zh-L.,Cai J.X., ET AL., 2011. Geological characteristics and metallogenesis of the Shilu Fe-ore deposit in Hainan Province, South China. Ore Geology Reviews (in press).
13. Wang Z.L., Xu D.R., Zhang Y.Q., et al., 2011. Zircon LA-ICP-MS U-Pb dating of the granodiorite porphyry from the Shilu iron ore deposit, Hainan Province and its geological implications. Geotectonica et Metallogenia, 35(2): 292-299.