科研人员

Scientist

基本信息

姓名:刘鑫
性别:男
出生年月:1985年2月
祖籍:北京市
联系地址:山东省青岛市崂山区松岭路238号,邮编266100.
中国海洋大学海底科学与探测技术教育部重点实验室
联系电话:15866867605
电子邮箱:liuxin@ouc.edu.cn
主页访问量:338

简历

· 学习经历

中国地质大学(北京),地质学专业,理学学士学位,中国北京,2007.07
中国海洋大学, 构造地质学,理学硕士学位,中国青岛,2010.06
中国海洋大学, 海洋地质,理学博士学位,中国青岛,2013.06

· 工作简历

2016.12-至今,中国海洋大学,海洋地球科学学院,副教授(讲师二级岗)
2013.07-2016.11,中国海洋大学,海洋地球科学学院,讲师(讲师二级岗)
2017.04-2017.07, 日本东北大学, 地震火山研究中心, 访问学者
2016.04-2016.08, 日本东北大学, 地震火山研究中心, 访问学者
2013.09-2015.08, 日本东北大学, 地震火山研究中心, 博士后

· 现今学术兼职

《Scientific Reports》、《Tectonophysics》、《Journal of Asian Earth Sciences》、《Geological Journal》、《Journal of Ocean University of China》审稿人

· 主持的国家级科研项目

(1)国家自然科学基金面上项目,东北日本俯冲带弧前深部构造特征及其对板间逆冲型大地震的影响(41972211,2020/01-2023/12),在研;
(2)国家自然科学基金青年科学基金项目,马里亚纳俯冲带弧后扩张机制:基于深部构造的约束(41602207,2017/01-2019/12),已结题。

主要学术领域

· 学科方向

地震学、构造地质学、大地构造学

· 研究方向

俯冲带深部构造及演化

· 近期研究兴趣

(1)大地震触发机制:针对脆性变形,将深部构造与震源过程有效结合,刻画发震机制的构造控因;
(2)地幔楔内部过程:针对韧性变形,将深部构造与矿物组构特征有效结合,约束地幔楔内部过程;
(3)俯冲板块重建:以构造地质学思想方法为桥梁,将全球板块重建与地震层析成像有效结合,开展俯冲板块重建,约束俯冲带构造演化过程。

主要论文目录

· 论文收录情况

已累计发表国际期刊SCI论文41篇(其中第一作者论文15篇)。

· 引用情况

总计被引用1400余次,其中他引780余次。

· 代表性论文例举如下

[1]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng. Upper and lower plate controls on the great 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake. Science Advances, 2018, 4, eaat4396.
[2]Zhao Dapeng,Liu Xin, Hua Yuanyuan. Tottori earthquakes and Daisen volcano: Effects of fluids, slab melting and hot mantle upwelling.Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2018, 485: 121-129.
[3]Li Sanzhong,Zhao Shujuan,Liu Xin,Cao Huahua,Yu Shan,Li Xiyao,Somerville Ian,Yu Shengyao,Suo Yanhui. Closure of the Proto-Tethys Ocean and Early Paleozoic amalgamation of microcontinental blocks in East Asia. Earth-Science Reviews, 2018, 186: 37-75.
[4]Hua Yuanyuan, Zhao Dapeng, Xu Yixian, Liu Xin. Age of the subducting Philippine Sea slab and mechanism of low-frequency earthquakes. Geophysical Research Letters, 2018, 45: 2303-2310.
[5]Li Xiyao, Li Sanzhong, Suo Yanhui, Somerville Ian, Huang Feng, Liu Xin, Wang Pengcheng, Han Zhixin, Jin Lijie. Early Cretaceous diabases, lamprophyres and andesites-dacites in western Shandong, North China Craton: Implications for local delamination and Paleo-Pacific slab rollback. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2018, 160, 426-444.
[6]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.P-wave anisotropy, mantle wedge flow and olivine fabrics beneath Japan.Geophysical Journal International, 2017, 210: 1410-1431.
[7]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.Depth-varying azimuthal anisotropy in the Tohoku subduction channel.Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2017, 473: 33-43.
[8]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng, Li Sanzhong, Wei Wei.Age of the subducting Pacific slab beneath East Asia and its geodynamic implications.Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2017, 464: 166-174.
[9]Wang Zewei, Zhao Dapeng, Liu Xin, Li Xibing. Seismic attenuation tomography of the source zone of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake (M 7.3). Journal of Geophysical Research, 2017, 122: 2988-3007.
[10]Wang Zewei, Zhao Dapeng, Liu Xin, Li Xibing. P and S wave attenuation tomography of the Japan subduction zone. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 2017, 18: 1688-1710.
[11]Zhao Shujuan, LiSanzhong, Li Xiyao, Somerville Ian, Cao Huahua, Liu Xin, Wang Pengcheng.Structural analysis of ductile shear zones in the North Qinling Orogen and its implications for the evolution of the Proto-Tethys Ocean. Geological Journal, 2017, 52: 202-214.
[12]Yu Shengyao,Zhang Jianxin,Li Sanzhong,Sun Deyou,Li Yunshuai,Liu Xin,Guo Lingli,Suo Yanhui,Peng Yinbiao,Zhao Xilin. Paleoproterozoic granulite-facies metamorphism and anatexis in the Oulongbuluke Block, NW China: Respond to assembly of the Columbia supercontinent. Precambrian Research, 2017, 291: 42-62.
[13]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.Seismic velocity azimuthal anisotropy of the Japan subduction zone: Constraints from P and S wave travel times.Journal of Geophysical Research,2016, 121: 5086-5115.
[14]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.Back-arc spreading and mantle wedge flow beneath the Japan Sea: Insight from Rayleigh-wave anisotropic tomography.Geophysical Journal International, 2016, 207: 357-373.
[15]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.P and S wave tomography of Japan subduction zone from joint inversions of local and teleseismic travel times and surface-wave data.Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 2016, 252: 1-22.
[16]Zhao Dapeng, Liu Xin. Crack mystery of the damaging Kumamoto earthquakes. Science Bulletin, 2016, 61: 868-870.
[17]Zhao Dapeng, Yu Sheng, Liu Xin. Seismic anisotropy tomography: New insight into subduction dynamics. Gondwana Research, 2016, 33: 24-43.
[18]Xu Liqing, Li Sanzhong, Cao Xianzhi, Somerville IAN, Suo Yanhui, Liu Xin, Dai Liming, Zhao Shujuan, Guo Lingli, Wang Pengcheng, Cao Huahua. Holocene intracontinental deformation of the northern North China Plain: Evidence of tectonic ground fissures. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2016, 119: 49-64.
[19]Li Xiyao, Zheng Jianping, Li Sanzhong, Liu Bo, Xiang Lu, Wang Yongming, Liu Xin. Late Triassic orogenic collapse and Palaeo-Pacific slab roll-back beneath central South China: constraints from mafic granulite xenoliths and structural features. Geological Journal, 2016, 51, 123-136.
[20]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.Seismic attenuation tomography of the Southwest Japan arc: new insight into subduction dynamics.Geophysical Journal International, 2015, 201: 135-156.
[21]Zhao Shujuan, LiSanzhong, Liu Xin, SantoshM., Somerville IAN, CaoHuahua, Yu Shan, ZhangZhen, GuoLingli. The northern boundary of the Proto-Tethys Ocean: Constraints from structural analysis and detrital zircon geochronology of the North Qinling Terrane. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2015, 560-574.
[22]Huang Zhouchuan, Zhao Dapeng, Liu Xin. On the trade-off between seismic anisotropy and heterogeneity: Numerical simulations and application to Northeast Japan. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2015, 120: 3255-3277.
[23]Cao Xianzhi, Li Sanzhong, Xu Liqing, Guo Lingli, Liu Liping, Zhao Shujuan, Liu Xin, Dai Liming. Mesozoic–Cenozoic evolution and mechanism of tectonic geomorphology in the central North China Block: Constraint from apatite fission track thermochronology. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2015, 114: 41-53.
[24]Guo Lingli, Li Sanzhong, Suo Yanhui, Ji Yuntao, Dai Liming, Yu Shan, Liu Xin, Somerville Ian. Experimental study and active tectonics on the Zhangjiakou-Penglai fault zone across North China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2015, 114: 18-27.
[25]Li Sanzhong, Guo Lingli, Xu Liqing, Somerville Ian, Cao Xianzhi, Yu Shan, Wang Pengcheng, Suo Yanhui, Liu Xin, Zhao Shujuan. Coupling and transition of Meso-Cenozoic intracontinental deformation between the Taihang and Qinling Mountains. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2015, 114: 188-202.
[26]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng.Structural control on the nucleation of megathrust earthquakes in the Nankai subduction zone. Geophysical Research Letters, 2014, 41: 8288-8293.
[27]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng, Li Sanzhong.Seismic attenuation tomography of the Northeast Japan arc: Insight into the 2011 Tohoku earthquake (Mw 9.0) and subduction dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research,2014, 119: 1094-1118.
[28]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng. Seismic evidence for a mantle plume beneath the Cape Verde hotspot. International Geology Review, 2014, 56: 1213-1225.
[29]Zhao Shujuan, Li Sanzhong, Liu Xin, Suo Yanhui, Dai Liming, Lou Da, Sun Wenjun, Li Tao, Wang Xuebin, Yang Zhao. Intracontinental Orogenic Transition: Insights from Structures of the Eastern Junggar Basin between the Altay and Tianshan Orogens. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2014, 88: 137-148.
[30]Dai Liming, Li Sanzhong, Lou Da, Liu Xin, Suo Yanhui, Yu Shan. Numerical modeling of Late Miocene tectonic inversion in the Xihu Sag, East China Sea Shelf Basin, China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2014, 86: 25-37.
[31]Suo Yanhui, Li Sanzhong, Yu Shan, Somerville Ian, Liu Xin, Zhao Shujuan, Dai Liming. Cenozoic tectonic jumping and implications for hydrocarbon accumulation in basins in the East Asia Continental Margin. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2014, 88: 28-40.
[32]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng, Li Sanzhong. Seismic heterogeneity and anisotropy of the southern Kuril arc: insight into megathrust earthquakes. Geophysical Journal International, 2013, 194: 1069-1090.
[33]Liu Xin, Zhao Dapeng, Li Sanzhong. Seismic imaging of the Southwest Japan arc from the Nankai trough to the Japan Sea. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 2013, 216: 59-73.
[34]Li Sanzhong, Suo yanhui, Santosh M., Dai Liming, Liu Xin, Yu Shan, Zhao Shujuan, Jin Chong. Mesozoic to Cenozoic intracontinental deformation and dynamics of the North China Craton. Geological Journal, 2013, 48: 543-560.
[35]Liu Xin, Li Sanzhong, Suo Yanhui, Liu Xiaochun, Dai Liming, Santosh M.Structural analysis of the northern Tongbai metamorphic terranes, Central China: Implications for Paleozoic accretionary process on the southern margin of the North China Craton. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2012, 47: 143-154.
[36]Li Sanzhong, Zhao Guochun, Santosh M.,Liu Xin, Dai Liming, Suo Yanhui, Tam Puiyuk, Song Mingchun, Wang Peicheng. Paleoproterozoic structural evolution of the southern segment of the Jiao-Liao-Ji belt, North China Craton. Precambrian Research, 2012, 200-203: 59-73.
[37]Li Sanzhong, Zhao Guochun, Dai Liming, Liu Xin, Zhou Lihong, Santosh M., Suo Yanhui. Mesozoic basins in eastern China and their bearing on the deconstructionof the North China Craton. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2012, 47: 64-79.
[38]Li Sanzhong, Zhao Guochun, Dai Liming, Zhou Lihong, Liu Xin, Suo Yanhui, Santosh M. Cenozoic faulting of the Bohai Bay Basin and its bearing on the destructionof the eastern North China Craton. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2012, 47: 80-93.
[39]Liu Xin, Li Sanzhong, Suo Yanhui, Liu Xiaochun, Dai Liming, Santosh M.Structural anatomy of the exhumation of high-pressure rocks: constraints from the Tongbai collisional orogen and surrounding units. Geological Journal, 2011, 46: 156-172.
[40]Li Sanzhong, Zhao Guochun, Santosh M., Liu Xin, Dai Liming. Palaeoproterozoic tectonothermal evolution and deep crustal processes in the Jiao-Liao-Ji Belt, North China Craton: a review.Geological Journal, 2011, 46: 525-543.
[41]Liu Xiaochun, Jahn Bor-ming, Hu Juan, Li Sanzhong, Liu Xin, Song Biao. Metamorphic patterns and SHRIMP zircon ages of medium-to-high grade rocks from the Tongbai orogen, central China: implications for multiple accretion/collision processes prior to terminal continental collision. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 2011, 29: 979-1002.