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Biography

Prof. Gerel Ochir

Geoscience Center, Mongolian University of Science and Technology, 

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Professor


Email: gerel@must.edu.mn


Qualifications

1990 Sc.D., Vinogradov Institute of Geochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

1978 Ph.D., Institute of Earth Crust, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

1964 B.Sc.& M.Sc., Charles University, Czech Republic


Publications (Selected)

  1. Dostal J., M. Svojka, Gerel O. (2020) Early Jurassic Rare Metal Granitic Pluton of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt in North-Central Mongolia: Tungsten Mineralization, Geochronology, Petrogenesis and Tectonic Implications. Front. Earth Sci., 07 August 2020 |https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2020.00242
  2. Mineral Resources of Mongolia (eds. O. Gerel, F. Pirajno, B. Batkhishig, J. Dostal) 2020, Springer.
  3. Majigusuren Yo., O. Gerel, K. Naemura. (2017). Garnet and pyroxene megacrysts in Cenozoic alkali basalts from Shavaryn tsaram and Togo Uul areas, Hangay dome, Central Mongolia. Mongolian Geoscientist 45, 49-55.
  4. Gerel O. and Dostal J. (2017). Evolution of Early Mesozoic granitoid magmatism in the Mongolian part of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt: Evidence from the North Gobi rift zone (north-central Mongolia) Mongolian Geoscientist 45, P. 102-108
  5. Antipin V., O. Gerel, A. Perepelov, D. Odgerel and Ts. Zolboo (2016) Late Paleozoic and Early Mesozoic rare metal granites in Mongolia and Baikal region: comparative geochemistry, magma sources and related mineralization. Journal of Geosciences 61; 105-125
  6. Schulmann K., Gerel O., Xiao V.J. (2016). Foreword to the special volume "Magmatic evolution of Mongolian part of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and its geodynamic significance". Journal of Geosciences 61(2016) p.1-4
  7. Dostal J., Gerel O. and Amar-Amgalan S. (2015). Geochemistry of the Jurassic Dashbalabr alkaline granitoid pluton, Central Mongolia. Mongolian Geoscientist, Volume 42, 12-26
  8. Dostal J., Owen V, Gerel O., Keppie J.D., Corney R., Shellnutt J.G., and MacRAE A. (2015). Petrogenesis of the Triassic Bayan-Ulan alkaline granitic pluton in the North Gobi rift of central Mongolia: Implications for the evolution of Early Mesozoic granitoid magmatism in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt September Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 109; 50-62
  9. Gerel O. and Dostal J. (2015). Alkaline granites in the North Gobi rift: Implications for the evolution of Mesozoic granitoid magmatism in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt. Geology and minerageny of Central Asia. Intern KMGE conf. p. 172-175.
  10. Dostal J., Kontak D.J. Gerel O., Shellnutt G.J. Fayek M. (2015). Cretaceous ongonites (topaz-bearing albite-rich leucogranites) from Ongon Khairkhan, Central Mongolia: Products of extreme magmatic fractionation and pervasive metasomatic fluid: rock interaction. Lithos 09, 236-237:173-189.
  11. Khishigsuren S., Gerel O., Chuluun D., Bat-Ulzii D., Mukhbat B. (2012). Origin of Early Mesozoic Bogd Ull granite pluton, Ulaanbaatar area, Mongolia. Bull. Nagoya Univ. Museum, No. 28, 45-59.
  12. Gerel O., B. Batkhishig, B. Munkhtsengel, A. Chimedtseren. 2013. Porphyry type deposits associated with adakitic magma: case study of porphyry Cu-Au and Cu-Mo deposits in Mongolia. The 8th International forum on strategic technology Volume 1. MUST; 537-542
  13. Munkhtsengel B., Gerel O., Kynicky J., Iizumi Sh., and Comin-Chiaramonti P.. (2013). Some Notes on the Lugiin Gol, Mushgai Khudag an Bayan Khoshuu Alkaline Complexes, Southern Mongolia. International Journal of Geosciences, 4, 1200-1214
  14. Dostal J, , J. V. Owen, O. Gerel, J. D. Keppie, R. Corney, J.G. Shellnutt, and A. MacRAE. (2013). The 186 Ma Dashibalbar alkaline granitoid pluton in the North-Gobi rift of central Mongolia: evidence for melting of Neoproterozoic basement above a plume. American Journal of Science, Vol. 313; 613-648.
  15. Gerel, O., Amar-Amgalan S., Oyungerel, S. Myagmarsuren, S., Kirwin, D., Armstrong, R., Herrington, R., Seltmann, R. (2005). Granitoids and related mineralization in Mongolia: petrochemistry and mineral deposits GIS. Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge, Vol. 2. Springer, 1137-1140.
  16. Gerel O. Munkhtsengel B. Enkhtuvshin H. and Iizumi, Sh. (2005). Mushgai Khudag and Bayan Khoshuu volcanic-plutonic alkaline complexes with REE ±Ta, Nb, Fe carbonatite mineralization. In: Geodynamics and Metallogeny of Mongolia with a special Emphasis on Copper and Gold Deposits. Seltmann R., Gerel O., & Kirwin, D (Eds). IAGOD Guidebook series 11, London, 216-221.
  17. Gerel O. and Munkhtsengel B (2005). Erdenetiin Ovoo porphyry copper-molybdenum deposit in northern Mongolia. In: Geodynamics and Metallogeny of Mongolia with a special Emphasis on Copper and Gold Deposits. Seltmann, R., Gerel, O, & Kirwin, D (Eds). IAGOD Guidebook series 11, London, 85-103
  18. Gerel O., Dandar S., Amar-Amgalan S., Javkhlanbold D., Myagmarsuren Se., Myagmarsuren Sa., Munkhtsengel B., Soyolmaa B. (2005). Geochemistry of granitoids and altered rocks of the Erdenet porphyry copper-molybdenum deposit, Central Mongolia. Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge, Vol. 2. Springer, 1137-1406.
  19. Gerel O., D. Sharkhuhen, G. Badarch. PGE-Au Occurrence at Altan Uul-Tamgat in South Gobi, Mongolia. 2001. Mineral Deposits at the Beginning of the 21st century (Ed. By Adam Piestrzynski et al.) Balkema Publishers. P.1105-1108.
  20. Bischoff A., Gerel O., Buchwald V. F et al. (1996) Meteorites from Mongolia. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 31(1):152-157.

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