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Dr. Jianwen Yang

Department of Earth Sciences

University of Windsor, Canada   

 

Email: jianweny@uwindsor.ca

 

Qualifications

 

1997 Ph.D., University of Toronto (Canada), Geophysics

1992 M.S., University of Toronto (Canada), Geophysics

1986 M.S., Central-South University (China), Geophysics

1983 B.S., Guilin University of Technology (China), Geophysics

 

Publications (selected)

1.     Yang, J., 2010. Fluid flow and heat transport:theory, numerical modeling and applications for the formation of mineral deposits, Invited Book Chapter, in Fluid Transport: Theory, Dynamics and Applications.

2.     Yang, J., Feng, Z., Luo, X., and Chen, Y., 2010. Three-dimensional numerical modeling of salinity variations in driving basin-scale ore-forming fluid flow: Example from Mount Isa Basin, northern Australia, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 106, 236-243.

3.     Zhu, K. and Yang, J., 2010. Theoretical forward and inverse responses of time-dependent landfill leachate plumes to FEM loop-loop configuration, Geophysical Solutions for Environmental and Engineering.

4.     Cui, T., Yang, J., and Samson, I.M., 2010. Numerical modeling of hydrothermal fluid flow in the Paleoproterozoic Thelon Basin, Nunavut, Canada, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 106, 69-76.

5.     Ju, M., and Yang, J., 2010. Preliminary numerical simulation of tectonic deformation-driven fluid flow: implications for ore genesis in the Dachang District, South China, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 106, 133-136.

6.     Yang, J., Feng, Z., Luo, X., and Chen, Y., 2010. Numerically quantifying the relative importance of topography and buoyancy in driving groundwater flow, Science China, 53, 64-71.

7.     Yang, J., Feng, Z., Luo, X., and Chen, Y., 2009. Three-dimensional numerical modeling of salinity variations in driving basin-scale fluid flow related to the formation of the Mount Isa SEDEX deposits, northern Australia, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 101, 119.

8.     Cui, T., and Yang, J., 2009. Paleo-hydrostratigraphy and Fluid Flow Modeling for the Thelon Basin, Nunavut, Canada, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 101, 28.

9.     Ju, M., Yang, J., and Dai, T., 2009. Numerical Simulation of Tectonic Deformation-driven Fluid Flow: Implications for Ore Genesis in the Dachang District, Guangxi, China, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 101, 53.

10.   Yang, J., Feng, Z., Luo, X., and Chen, Y., 2009. On the role of buoyancy force in the ore genesis of SEDEX deposits: example from northern Australia, Science in China, 52, 452-460.

11.   Zhu, K., and Yang, J., 2008, Time-lapse simulations of contaminant groundwater monitoring using magnetometric resistivity and frequency domain electromagnetic methods, Journal of Scientific Instrument, 29, 2470-2474.

12.   Zhu, K., and Yang, J., 2008, Time-dependent magnetometric resistivity anomalies of groundwater contamination: synthetic results from computational hydro-geophysical modeling, Applied Geophysics, 5, 322-330.

13.   Radulescu, M., Valerian, C., and Yang, J., 2007. Time-lapse electrical resistivity anomalies due to contaminant transport around landfills, Annals of Geophysics, 50, 453-468.

14.   Molson, J., and Yang, J., 2007. Finite element modeling of mineral diagenesis induced by hydrothermal circulation in oceanic crust, in Water-Rock Interaction, Bullen, T., and Wang, Y. (eds.), Taylor & Francis Group: London, 353-356.

15.   Yang, J., Large, R., Bull, S., and Scott, D., 2006. Basin-scale numerical modelling to test the role of buoyancy driven fluid flow and heat transport in the formation of stratiform Zn-Pb-Ag deposits in the northern Mt Isa basin, Economic Geology, 101, 1275-1292.

16.   Yang, J., 2006. Finite element modeling of transient saline hydrothermal fluids in multi-faulted sedimentary basins: implications for ore-forming processes, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 43, 1331-1340.

17.   Schardt, C., Large, R., and Yang, J., 2006. Controlls on heat flow, fluid migration, and massive sulfide formation of an off-axis hydrothermal system - the Lau Basin perspective, American Journal of Science, 306, 103-134.

18.   Yang, J., 2006. Full 3-D numerical simulation of hydrothermal fluid flow in faulted sedimentary basins: example of the McArthur Basin, Northern Australia, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 89, 440-444.

19.   Yang, J., and Radulescu, M., 2006. Paleo-fluid flow and heat transport at 1575 Ma over an E-W Section in the Northern Lawn Hill Platform, Australia: theoretical results from finite element modeling, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 89, 445-449.

20.   Zhu, K., and Yang, J., 2006. Numerical Investigation of the Influence of Volcanic Facies Architecture on Hydrothermal Fluid Migration: Example of the Mount Read Volcanics, Western Tasmania, Australia, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 89, 474-479.

 

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