Biological and Abiological Sulfate Reduction in Two Northern Australian Proterozoic Basins View Full Text


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DATE

1992

AUTHORS

T. H. Donnelly , I. H. Crick

ABSTRACT

Disseminated iron sulfides in carbonaceous finegrained sediments from the Early Proterozoic Pine Creek Geosyncline and the Middle Proterozoic McArthur Basin of northern Australia have δ34S values from around — 35 to + 32%o with most values being positive. In the Pine Creek Geosyncline, δ34S values range from around 0 to + 30%o. Pyrite in near-basal sediments have δ34S values within the magmatic S range of 0 + 4%o, suggesting that these sulfides did not form as a result of biological sulfate reduction. In formations above these near-basal sediments, δ34S values range from around 0 to +30%o. Disseminated and vein sulfides in these overlying formations within contact metamorphic aureoles of granites have magmatic S values. Outside these contact metamorphic aureoles, disseminated sulfides have values up to about + 30%o, indicating that biological reduction took place in an environment which had limited sulfate. However, there are indications that at least some of the pyrite was formed by hydrothermal processes. In the McArthur Basin, δ34S values for pyrite range from —35 to + 32%o but most values are > + 4%o. In areas of mineralisation, δ34S values range from around -5 to +30%o, and it is considered, because of the large amounts of pyrite in these sediments, that a large proportion of the pyrite formed by hydrothermal processes. In areas away from mineralization, values range from —35 to + 32%o, and it is suggested that whereas biological sulfate reduction played a major role, there are again some indications of addition of hydrothermally formed pyrite. This study raises the possibility that primary iron sulfides in carbonaceous sediments can be overprinted by hydrothermally formed iron sulfides, particularly in the Early Proterozoic when ocean sulfate levels were probably low, and in mineralized regions where the distribution of geothermal fluids may have been widespread. More... »

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398-407

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Early Organic Evolution

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978-3-642-76886-6
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