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林间
讲席教授
0755-88015256
linj@sustech.edu.cn

个人简介

林间,国际著名海洋地球物理学家,对海洋地球科学与地震学作出卓越贡献。引领国际大洋合作,其原创性、系统性的发现奠定了学界对全球大洋中脊三维结构的认识基础。领导穿越全球海洋最深处—马里亚纳海沟挑战者深渊首次高精度地震实验,揭示了“地球第四极”下的内部结构。在大地震之间应力相互作用与地震触发研究领域作出开创性贡献,其一地震学成果,十年引用率全球第一。共同领导南海国际大洋钻探、深拖地磁与大地电磁等实验,成果入选“2019年度中国十大海洋科技进展”。共同领导首次发现西南印度洋深海热液喷口、实施首次北印度洋中巴联合考察等。当选美国地球物理联合会(AGU)会士、美国科学促进会(AAAS)会士、美国地质学会(GSA)会士、亨利-比奇洛杰出海洋学家讲座教授等。历任美国伍兹霍尔海洋研究所高级研究员、麻省理工学院/伍兹霍尔海洋研究所教授、中国科学院南海海洋所特聘研究员等。任国际大洋中脊InterRidge主席、美国科学院海啸委员会、国家基金委双清论坛主席、基金委重大研究计划集成组长、指导委员会等。

 

教育背景

1982,中国科学技术大学,地球物理学士,获郭沫若奖学金与奖章

1988,美国布朗大学,地球物理学博士;1984,地球物理学硕士

 

荣誉奖项

  • 当选美国地球物理联合会会士(AGU Fellow)

  • 当选美国科学促进会会士(AAAS Fellow)

  • 当选美国地质学会会士(GSA Fellow)

  • 亨利-比奇洛杰出海洋学家讲座教授

  • 国际大洋发现计划杰出讲座科学家

  • 香港中文大学杰出学人讲座教授

  • 美国卡尔彼泊基金会青年科学家奖


发表论著

  1. Tao C. et al., Deep high-temperature hydrothermal circulation in a detachment faulting system on the ultra-slow spreading ridge, Nature Comm., 11, 1300, 2000.

  2. Zhang, X., J. Lin, M.D. Behn, Mantle heterogeneity and melting processes in the South China Sea: Thermal and melting models constrained by oceanic crustal thickness and basalt geochemistry, J. Geophys. Res., in press, 2020.

  3. Ding, M., J. Lin, C. Gu, Q. Huang, and M.T. Zuber, Variations in Martian lithospheric strength based on gravity/topography analysis, J. Geophys. Res., 124, 3095-3118, 2019.

  4. Lin, J., Y. Xu, Z. Sun, and Z. Zhou, Mantle upwelling beneath the South China Sea and links to surrounding subduction systems, Nat. Sci. Rev., 6, 877-881, 2019.

  5. Park, S.H., et al., An isotopically distinct Zealandia–Antarctic mantle domain in the Southern Ocean, Nature Geosci., 12, 206-214, 2019.

  6. Wan, K., J. Lin, et al., Deep seismic structure across the southernmost Mariana Trench: Implications for arc rifting and plate hydration, J. Geophys. Res., 124, 4710-4727, 2019.

  7. Larsen, H.C., et al., Rapid transition from continental breakup to oceanic crust at South China Sea rifted margin, Nature Geosci., 11, 782-789, 2018.

  8. Zhang, F., J. Lin, et al., Intra- and inter-trench variations in flexural bending of the Manila, Mariana and global trenches, Geophys. J. Intl., 212, 1429-1449, 2018.

  9. Zhou, Z., and J. Lin, Elasto-plastic deformation and plate weakening due to normal faulting in the subducting plate along the Mariana Trench, Tectonophys. , 734-735, 59-68, 2018.

  10. Ding, M., and J. Lin, Deformation and faulting of subduction overriding plate caused by a subducted seamount, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 8936-8944, 2016.

  11. Zhang, F., J. Lin, and W. Zhan, Variations in oceanic plate bending along the Mariana trench, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 401, 206-214,

  12. Tao, C., J. Lin, et al., First active hydrothermal vents on an ultraslow spreading center: Southwest Indian Ridge, Geology, 40, 47-50, 2012.

  13. Lin, J., R.S. Stein, et al., Stress transfer among en echelon and opposing thrust and tear faults: Triggering caused by the 2003 Mw=6.9 Zemmouri, Algeria, earthquake, J. Geophys. Res. , 116, B03305, 2011.

  14. Gregg, P.M., J. Lin, M. Behn, and L.G.J. Montesi, Spreading rate dependence of gravity anomalies along oceanic transform faults, Nature, 448, 183-187, 2007.

  15. Lin, J., and R.S. Stein, Stress triggering in thrust and subduction earthquakes, and stress interaction between the southern San Andreas and nearby thrust and strike-slip faults, J. Geophys. Res., 109, B02303, 2004.

  16. Dick, H.J.B., J. Lin, and H. Schouten, An ultraslow-spreading class of ocean ridge, Nature, 426, 405-412, 2003.

  17. Freed, A.M., and J. Lin, Delayed triggering of the 1999 Hector Mine earthquake by viscoelastic stress transfer, Nature, 411, 180-183, 2001.

  18. Stein, R.S., G.C.P. King, and J. Lin, Stress triggering of the 1994 Northridge earthquake by its predecessors, Science, 265, 1432-1435, 1994.

  19. Stein, R.S., G.C.P. King, and J. Lin, Change in failure stress on the southern San Andreas fault system caused by the 1992 M=7.4 Landers earthquake, Science, 256, 1928-1932, 1992.

  20. Lin, J., G.M. Purdy, H. Schouten, J.-C. Sempere, and C. Zervas, Evidence from gravity data for focused magmatic accretion along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Nature, 344, 627-632, 1990.