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廖宗湖

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廖宗湖,男,福建漳平人,1984年生。中共党员、博士、中国石油大学(北京)副教授。2008年毕业于福州大学勘查专业,同年赴美留学,2013年获得世界第一所石油地质院校(University of Oklahoma)地质学博士学位,随后在美国Oklahoma州地质调查局做研究科学家,海外期间主要负责或参与美国自然科学基金、美国地质调查局、美国宇航局及国际石油公司(ChesapeakeCGG)等项目。2014年归国任中国石油大学地球科学学院副教授。研究方向为构造地质及油气田开发地质。现已发表论文及著作章节10余篇,担任HESSLandslides等著名国际期刊审稿人,是SEGAAPGAGUEGUSSA会员,任福建省龙岩市留学联谊会理事。 

 
研究领域:构造地质学、地质力学、油气盆地裂缝解析
 

电子邮箱:zonghuliao@163.com; zong@cup.edu.cn

教育经历:
2012/102013/12  美国Oklahoma大学地质学博士
2011/012012/05  美国Oklahoma大学地质学硕士
2008/082010/12  美国Oklahoma大学土木工程硕士研究生
2004/092008/07  福州大学勘查技术与工程学士
 
研究工作经历:

2014/06    中国石油大学(北京)地球科学学院副教授
2013/02
2014/05  美国Oklahoma 地质调查局研究科学家
2013/12
2014/02  美国Oklahoma大学地质学博士后

2011/012013/12  美国Oklahoma大学地质系研究助理
2008/082010/12  美国气象中心/海洋局地质灾害所研究助理
 
发表论文目录:
Liao, Z., J. Chang, and Z. Reches (2014), Fault strength evolution during high velocity frictionexperiments with slip-pulse and constant-velocity loading, EPSL, 406: 93-101.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2014), Shear rupture modeling by an experimental-based friction model at seismic rates, in preparation.
 
Liao, Z., N. Gupta, Z. Reches, and K. Marfurt (2014), Characterizing a fault-zone and associated fractures using lab experiments and attribute-based seismic analysis: an example from Woodford Shale, Anadarko basin, Oklahoma, AAPG bulletin, in preparation.
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2012), Modeling dynamic-weakening and dynamic-strengthening of granite fault in high-velocity slip experiments, in S. D’Amico, eds., Earthquake Research and Analysis, Rijeka, Croatia: InTech, 107-125.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, D. Kirschbaum, R. Adler, J. Gourley, and R. Wooten (2011), Evaluation of TRIGRS’s Predictive Skill for Hurricane-triggered Landslides: A Case Study in Macon County, North Carolina, Natural Hazards., 58(1), 325-339.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, J. Wang, H. Fukuoka, K. Sassa, D. Karnawati, and F. Fathani (2010), Prototyping an experimental early warning system for rainfall-induced landslides in Indonesia using satellite remote sensing and geospatial datasets, Landslides, 7(3): 317-324.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, D. Kirschbaum, and C. Liu (2010), Assessment of shallow landslides from hurricane Mitch in central America using a physically based model, Environmental Earth Sciences, 66(6), 1697-1705.
 
Hong, Y., Z. Liao, and R. Adler (2010), Satellite Remote Sensing for Landslide Prediction, in N.B. Chang, eds., Environmental Remote Sensing and System Analysis, Taylor & Francis Group CRC press, 191-208
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, R. Adler, and D. Kirschbaum (2010) A physically based SLIDE model for landslide hazard assessments using remotely sensed data sets, in Jiang et al. eds., Geomechanics and Geotechnics From Micro to Macro, Taylor & Francis Group CRC press, 807-813
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, H. Fukuoka, K. Sassa, and D. Kirschbaum (2009), Prototyping an early warning system for rainfall-induced landslides: case studies in Java Island in Indonesia and North Carolina in USA, in Sassa K, Fukuoka H et al.,eds., Early Warning of Landslides, Springer.
 
 
会议及报告目录:
Liao, Z., P. Debapriya, Z. Reches, and K. Marfurt (2015), Analysis of a pull-apart basin and its associated fractures in the Woodford Shale, Central Oklahoma, oral presentation at AAPG International Convention & Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia, 13-16 Sept.
 
Reches, Z., Z. Liao, and J. C. Chang (2014) Earthquake energy dissipation in light of high-velocity, slip-pulse shear experiments, oral presentation at AGU annual meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
 
Liu, X., Z. Liao, and Z. Reches (2014), Fracture patterns in synclinal folds, Miaofengshan, Beijing, poster at AGU annual meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., J. Chang, and Z. Reches (2014), Fault strength evolution during high velocity friction experiments with slip-pulse and constant-velocity loading, poster at AGU annual meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 15 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., Z. Reches (2014), Frictional strength of faults during earthquake-like experiments, invited oral presentation at 1st annual World Congress of Geophysics (WCG), Taiyuan, China, 16-18Sept.
 
Liao, Z., Z. Reches (2014), Frictional strength evolution during earthquake-like shear experiments, oral presentation at EGU annual meeting, Vienna, Austria, 27 Apr.-02 May.
 
Liao, Z., J. Chang, and Z. Reches (2013), Dynamic rupture simulation with an experimentally-determined friction law leads to slip-pulse propagation, oral presentation at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 8-14 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., N. Gupta, K. Marfurt, and Z. Reches (2013), Characterizing a fault-zone and associated fractures using lab experiments and attribute-based seismic analysis: an example from Woodford Shale, Anadarko basin, Oklahoma, oral presentation at SEG annual meeting, Houston, TX, 22-27 Sept.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2013), Rupture modeling by an experimental-based friction model, oral presentation at Rock Friction and Wear, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 4-17 May.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2013) Shear rupture along a fault with an experimentally-determined frictional strength, poster at 2013 SSA annual meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 17 Apr.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2013) Application of high-velocity friction experiments to the shear rupture of a fault in an elastic half-space, oral presentation at EGU annual meeting, Vienna, Austria, 07-12 Apr.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2013) Earthquake rupture: Modeling with experimental-based friction law, poster at AAPG/SEG EXPO, Norman, O.K., 14-15 Mar.
 
Liao, Z. (2013) Shear rupture along a fault with an experimentally-determined friction strength, oral presentation at University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif., 5 Feb.
 
Liao, Z. and Z. Reches (2013) Shear rupture along a fault with an experimentally-determined friction strength, oral presentation at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif., 4 Feb.
 
Liao, Z., S. Kalra, J. Nordvik, and Y. Ma (2012) Geological analysis of natural fractures for horizontal well planning within Woodford Shale within central-west Oklahoma, Advanced Drilling Consortium, Norman, OK, 6 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2012) Modeling dynamic Weakening-Strengthening (WEST) of a granite fault under high slip-velocity experiments, poster at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., and Z. Reches (2012) Dynamic fault strengthening at high-velocity shear experiments, oral presentation at Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration, Beijing, China, 18 May.
 
Liao, Z., J. Chang, Y. Boneh, X. Chen, and Z. Reches (2011) Dynamic strengthening during high velocity shear experiments with siliceous rocks, poster at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 5-9 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, D. Kirschbaum, H. Fukuoka, K. Sassa, D. Karnawati, and F. Fathani (2010) Prototyping an early-warning system for rainfall-triggered landslides on a regional scale using a physical-based model and remote sensing datasets, poster at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 13-17 Dec.
 
Hong, Y., and Z. Liao (2010) Monitoring and early warning in complex terrains under changing climate, oral presentation at National Geological Engineering (ENGGEO) annual meeting, Fuzhou, China, 19 Nov.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, R. Adler, and D. Kirschbaum (2010) A physically based SLIDE model for landslide hazard assessments using remotely sensed data sets, oral presentation at International Symposium on Geomechanics and Geotechnics: From Micro to Macro (IS-Shanghai 2010), Shanghai, China, 10 Oct.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, H. Fukuoka, and K. Sassa (2009) Evaluation of physically-based model’s predictive skill for hurricane-triggered landslides: Case study in North Carolina and Indonesia, poster at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., 14-18 Dec.
 
Liao, Z., Y. Hong, H. Fukuoka, K. Sassa, D. Kirschbaum (2008) Prototyping an early warning system for rainfall-induced landslides: Case studies in Java Island in Indonesia and North Carolina in USA, oral presentation at Early Warning for Landslide Disaster Risk Reduction in the Eastern Asian Region, Kunming, China, 30 Nov.-5 Dec.
 
Hong, Y., J. J. Gourley, H. Vergara, Z. Liao, S. V. Cooten, and K. Kelleber (2009) Prototyping a hurricane-flood-landslide continuum prediction system: a CI-FLOW contribution to north Carolina & broader coaster regions, oral presentation at Hurricane Floyd Symposium, Greenville, N.C., 18 Sept.