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《Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis》 2011-06
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Geochemistry and Geological Implications of Mafic Dyke Swarms in the Southwestern Area of Zhongtiao Mountains

SHU Wulin,HOU Guiting,WANG Chuancheng,XIAO Fangfeng,LI Le The Key Laboratory of Orogenic Zone and Crustal Evolution(MOE),School of Earth and Space Sciences,Peking University,Beijing 100871  
Based on the petrographic and geochemical characteristics,petrogenesis of diabase dyke swarms in the southwestern area of Zhongtiao mountains can be discussed in three groups.The results show that the basaltic magma was derived from partial melting of an enriched mantle.Group 1 directly came from initial mantle magma and experienced a small amount of fractional crystallization of mafic minerals.Groups 2 and 3 were derived from a mixing of the mantle and the crust magmas,which experienced fractional crystallization of plagiocalse and Ti-Fe oxides.Compared with group 2,group 3 might undergo significantly crustal contamination and hydrothermal alteration.They were formed in the intraplate extensional environment,which might be related to the extension of the Xionger-Zhongtiao aulacogen.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(40772121);; 国家重点基础研究计划(2009CB219302)资助
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