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Liang W.,China University of Geoscinces | Liang W.,Chinese Academy of Sciences | Hou Z.,Chinese Academy of Sciences | Yang Z.,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences | And 5 more authors.
Acta Petrologica Sinica | Year: 2013

Zhaxikang polymetallic base metal deposit is characterized by multiple periods and stages of metallogenesis. Combining the study of regional metaUogenic belt with the feature of typical ore texture and structure, variation of Fe content in sphalerite, the character of elements zonation in lateral and vertical direction, as well as the results of fluid inclusion thermometry, we summarize the remobilization and overprinting metaUlogenesis of Zhaxikang as follows: There had been a coarse-grained sphalerite and galena oreshoot before Tethys Himalaya Sb ( Au) mineralization originated. In post-collisional stage, the crust of Tibet experienced extension and intensity of igneous activity. Geothermal water forming from Meteoric water driven by igneous extracted Sb from stratum around, which formed regional Sb-bearing fluid. The Sb-bearing fluid flowed through Zhaxikang district, and overprinted the former oreshoot which was an effective geochemical barrier. Then the Sb-bearing fluid and replaced coarse-grained galena and sphaerite , from which removed out lead and zinc to form newly mixing fluid. AdditionaUy , this newly formed fluid migrated along NS direction fault system and crystaUized in extension space with form of stockwork , vein and miarolitic type. Zn stiil in forms of sphalerite with Fe content down , and Pb in forms of sulfosalt with Sb and/or Ag. FinaUy , stibnite was to crystaUize as Pb precipitated completely. To sum up , Zhaxikang polymetaUic base metal deposit was a typical but non-unique remobilization and overpriting ore deposit in Tibet Plateau continent to continent coUisional orogenesis and metaUogenesis.

Feng Y.-F.,China University of Geosciences | Deng J.-F.,China University of Geosciences | Xiao Q.-H.,China University of Geosciences | Xing G.-F.,Nanjing Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources | And 7 more authors.
Geology in China | Year: 2011

In this paper the authors conducted zircon U -Pb SHRIMP isotopic dating of the granitic garnet biotite gneiss of the Aojiao Group at Aojiao Village of Dongshan County in Fujian Province. The Th/U ratios in the range of 0.31-1.01 (0.48 on average) show that the zircon is a typical magmatic mineral. The weighted mean 206Pb/238U age is 152.8±1.6 Ma (n=17,MSWD=1.12), which is considered to be the formation age of the gneiss. Some conclusions have been reached; (1)The granitic garnet-biotite gneiss of the Aojiao Group was formed in late Jurassic rather than in pre-Devonian; (2)the Qinyingshan Formation of the Aojiao Group should be divided into metamorphic intrusions and metamorphic sedimentary strata.

Feng Y.-F.,Beijing University of Technology | Deng J.-F.,Beijing University of Technology | Wang S.-J.,Shandong Geological Survey | Xiao Q.-H.,Beijing University of Technology | And 8 more authors.
Geology in China | Year: 2010

Based on 39 SHRIMP and LA-ICP-MS Zircon U-Pb ages, 192 petrochemical data, and two representative age frameworks, this paper suggests a preliminary scheme of the age framework for the early Precambrian granites in western Shandong Province, i.e., three stages of (1)early-middle Neoarchean (2741-2612 Ma), (2)Late Neoarchean (2563-2500 Ma), and (3)early Paleoproterozoic (2494-2435 Ma), which correspond to three rock assemblages and the evolutional trends of (1)T1T2G1 with trondhjemitic trend, (2) T 1T2G1G2QM with both trondhjemitic and cale- alkahne trends, (3)G2QM with cale-alkaline trend. On the basis of both SiO2-MgO and SiO2-FeO/MgO relations, most of T1T2G1 having the magnesian andesitic rock (MA) characteristics is considered to have been formed in the oceanic subduction setting. It is thought that three stages of granitic rock assemblages might have been formed in island-arc, continental marginal arc, and continental collisional settings, respectively, and probably represented the compositions of immature, semi-mature, and mature continental crust, respectively. Thus, the granitic rocks have recorded the process of the formation of the continental crust.

Cao Q.,China University of Geosciences | Cao Q.,China National Geological and Mining Corporation | Liu J.-J.,China University of Geosciences | Li L.-Y.,China National Geological and Mining Corporation | And 4 more authors.
Geology in China | Year: 2015

On the southern margin of the Qinling orogenic belt, there exists a multitude of Early Paleozoic mafic volcanic rocks, and the syenite porphyry veins in the Qiaomaichong gold deposit were intruded in NW direction into mafic volcanic rocks in the study area. By means of studying new zircon LA-ICP-MS U - Pb age and Hf-isotope, whole-rock major and trace elements of syenite porphyry veins in the Qiaomaichong gold deposit and the mafic country rock, the authors tried to constrain the age and petrogenesis and geodynamic background of the siliceous veins. It is revealed that the intrusion of the syenite porphyry can be divided into two phases, and the corresponding two zircon samples of syenite porphyry have 206Pb/238U weighted average ages of (415±7) Ma and (477±6) Ma respectively. The former age belongs to the Late Silurian, whereas the latter to the Early Ordovician. Veins have a high SiO2(>75%) content, σ=1.59, and A/CNK= 1.28, which suggests peraluminous alkaline siliceous shear veins. The εHf (t) values are all positive, and vary in a large range (3.4 to 11.8), which suggests that almost all the matter came from the depleted mantle source, exhibiting a crust-mantle mixing feature. The mafic rocks have a high amount of REE (149.62×l0-6-321.55×l0-6), and are strongly enriched in light rare earth elements, showing a high degree of differentiation. Research shows that this area was within plate tectonic cleavage in the early Paleozoic, so the mantle asthenosphere upwelling of magma formed mafic rocks. Then the veins brought the Au from deep crust into the surface crust in the invasion process, thus providing material of Au sources for preconcentration of Au and later shear mineralization. The determination of the age of the formation of veins has a great significance for the study of late stage gold enrichment.

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