Genetic type and metallogenic mechanism of Bankuan gold deposit in special reference to the studies of fluid inclusions and isotopes ... View Full Text


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DATE

1994-01

AUTHORS

Yanjing Chen, Taiping Zhao, Jian Deng, Shigu Fu, Chiyao Jin

ABSTRACT

Auriferous quartz veins in the Bankuan gold deposit occur in the interlayer broken zone of the basal conglomerate of the Tietonggou Formation or at the unconformity between the Tietonggou Formation and the crystalline basement. The composition of fluid inclusions in the minerals indicates that the nature and composition of ore-forming hydrothermal solutions show a drastical change soon after the solutions reached the Tietonggou Formation from the crystalline basement, resulting in gold precipitation. So the Bankuan gold deposit can be assigned to the conglomerate strata-bound-type deposits. 137 thermometric data are concentrated in the three ranges 400–340 °C, 330–220 °C and 180–160 °C, representing three episodes of metallogenesis. Oxygen isotope studies demonstrate the evolution of ore-forming hydrothermal solutions from early metamorphic to late meteoric. Diversity of ore-forming materials dominated by deep-source material is supported by sulphur and lead isotope data. From the above discussions it may be concluded that the deposit formed by metamorphism induced as a result of Mesozoic northward intracontinental subduction along the Machaoying fault. More... »

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73-84

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02870858

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