林 间

资深研究员、教授(兼职)



麻省理工学院/伍兹霍尔海洋研究所研究员

中国科学院南海海洋研究所副所长、特聘研究员

美国地质学会会士

美国科学促进会会士

中国科学院边缘海地质重点实验室学术委员会委员



地址:
Department of Geology & Geophysics Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, MA 02543 US
:020-89020432
个人邮箱:jlin@whoi.edu
主页:http://www.whoi.edu/page.do?pid=39595


 
教育背景: 

1984-1988: 美国布朗大学          博士学位 

1982-1984:    理       

1978-1982: 中国科技大学   地球物理       学士学位

 

工作经历:

1988-至今:美国伍兹霍尔海洋研究所,  资深研究员

1988-至今:麻省理工学院/伍兹霍尔海洋研究所研究生联合项目  教授

1991-1992:美国南加州地震研究中心,访问科学家

2003-2004:国际中国地球科学促进会(IPACES),主席

2007-2009:国际大洋中脊地球与生命科学研究组织(InterRidge),主席

2014-至今:中国科学院南海海洋研究所副所长

 

社会兼职:

林间教授曾任或现任的学术职位包括:国际大洋中脊地球与生命科学研究组织(InterRidge)主席、美国国家科学院/国家研究委员会(National Research Council)海啸预警系统评审委员会委员、地质科学国际联会(IUGS/UNESCO)海洋科学共同主席、国际中国地球科学促进会(IPACES)主席、美国地球物理联合会(American Geophysical UnionAGU)的构造物理(Tectonophysics)分会的会议主席、美国海洋教育机构(SEA Education Association)董事会成员、美国AGU“自然灾害研究”顾问委员会委员(Natural Hazards Focus Group Advisory Board)、中国自然科学基金委的南海深部重大科学计划的“构造及 岩浆”集成组组长以及“国际工作组”联合组长、基金委海洋学科“十三五”规划战略研究专家组成员等。担任学术委员会成员的包括:中国科学院边缘海地质重点实验室、同济大学海洋地质国家重点实验室、中国大洋地球与环境科学研究中心、上海海洋科学技术中心筹委会、清华大学深圳研究生院海洋学部等。

 

主要论文: 


1. Lin, J., and E.M. Parmentier, Surface topography  due to convection in a variable viscosity fluid: Application to short wavelength gravity anomalies in the Central Pacific Ocean, Geophys. Res. Lett., 12, 357-360, 1985.

2. Phipps Morgan,  J., E.M. Parmentier, and J. Lin, Mechanisms for the origin of mid-ocean ridge axial topography:  Implications for the thermal and mechanical structure of accretion plate boundaries, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 12,823-12,836, 1987.

3. Lin,  J., and E.M. Parmentier, Quasistatic propagation of a normal fault: A fracture  mechanics model, J. Struct. Geol., 10, 249-262, 1988.

4. Lin,  J.,  and  E.M.  Parmentier,  Mechanisms  of  lithospheric  extension  at  mid-ocean  ridges, Geophys. J., 96, 1-22, 1989.

5. Lin,   J.,   and  R.S.  Stein,   Coseismic   folding,  earthquake  recurrence,  and  the  1987  source mechanism at Whittier Narrows,  Los Angeles basin, California, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 9614-9632, 1989.

6. Lin, J., and E.M. Parmentier, A finite amplitude necking model of rifting in brittle lithosphere, J.Geophys. Res., 95, 4909-4923, 1990.

7. 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.

8. Lin, J., A new look at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, RIDGE Events, 1, 1&8, 1991.

9. Stein, R.S.,  J. Lin, and G.C.P. King, Mechanics of blind thrust  faults in the Los Angeles basin, California, In: Rep. S. Cal. Earthqu. Ctr., ed. K. Aki, E18-21, Los Angeles, California, 1991.

10.*Escartin, J., and J. Lin, The Mid-Atlantic Ridge between 24° and 30°N, Acta Geol. Hispanica, 27,33-49, 1992.

11. Lin, J., The segmented Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Oceanus, 34, 9-16, 1992.

12. Lin, J., and J. Phipps Morgan, The spreading rate dependence of three-dimensional mid-ocean ridge gravity  structure, Geophys. Res. Lett., 19, 13-16, 1992.

13. Lin,  J.,  S.  Stein,  and G.C.P. King,  Coseismic  stressing  of blind thrust  faults  beneath the Los Angeles  basin,  California,  In: Rep. S. Cal.  Earthqu.  Ctr., ed. K. Aki,  C15-16, Los Angeles, California, 1992.

14. 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.

15. Sempere, J.-C., J.  Lin, H.S. Brown,  H. Schouten, and G.M. Purdy,  Segmentation and morphotectonic  variations  along  a slow-spreading  center: The Mid-Atlantic  Ridge  24°-30°40'N, Mar. Geophys. Res., 15, 153-200,  1993.

16.Shaw, P.R., and  J.  Lin, Causes and  consequence of  variations  in faulting style  at the Mid- Atlantic Ridge, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 21,839-21,851, 1993.

17. King, G.C.P., R.S. Stein, and J. Lin, Static stress changes and the triggering of earthquakes, Bull.Seismol. Soc. Amer., 84, 935-953, 1994.

18. Lin,  J.,  J.  Karson,  and  J.  Sinton,  Experimental  approaches to  ridge  segment structure  and dynamics, RIDGE Events, 5, 19-20, 1994.

19. Lin, J., G.C.P. King, and R.S. Stein, Coulomb  stress changes of recent earthquakes in southern California, In: Rep. S. Cal. Earthqu. Ctr., ed. K. Aki, E15-17, Los Angeles, California, 1994.

20.Searle,  R., J.  Lin, and  J.  Sinton,  Segmentation  and  fluxes  at  mid-ocean  ridges,  InterRidge

Workshop Rep., 40 p., Durham, UK, 1994.

21.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.

22.Tucholke,  B.E., and J.  Lin,  A  geological  model  for  the structure  of ridge  segments in slow- spreading ocean crust, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 11,937-11,958, 1994.

23.*Escartin, J., and J. Lin, Ridge offsets, normal faulting, and gravity anomalies of slow-spreading ridges, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 6163-6177, 1995.

24.*Freed, A.M.,  J. Lin, P.R. Shaw, and H. J. Melosh, Long-term  survival of the axial valley morphology at abandoned slow-spreading centers, Geology, 23, 971-974, 1995.

25.Goff,  J.A.,  B.E. Tucholke,  J.  Lin, G.E. Jaroslow,  and M.C. Kleinrock,  Quantitative  analysis  of abyssal hills  in the Atlantic  ocean: A  correlation  between inferred  crustal  thickness  and extensional faulting, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 22,509-22,522, 1995.