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《Journal of Jilin University(Earth Science Edition)》 2012-S1
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Geochemical Characteristics and Significance of the Jiama Adakitic Porphyry,Tibet

Qin Zhi-peng1,Wang Xiong-wu1,Tang Ju-xing2,Zhou Yun1,Tang Xiao-qian1 1.College of Earth Sciences,Chengdu University of Technology,Chengdu 610059,China 2.MLR Key Laboratory of Metallogeny and Mineral Assessment,Institute of Mineral Resources,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences,Beijing 100037,China  
Based on the petrography,chronology and geochemical dates,as well as the studies on the formation,evolution and tectonic settings of the quartz diorite porphyrite,adamellite porphyry and granodiorite porphyry in Jiama deposits,Tibet,a magmatic evolution model has been set up.We concluded that Jiama quartz diorite-porphyrite-adamellite porphyry-granodiorite porphyry belong to a same consanguinity magma evolution series of arc magma geochemical affinity: being metaluminum,high potassium and calcium-alkaline.They are of the characters of both I-type(megnet-type-type) granite and O-type(translate to C-type) adakite.Their formation are related to the EM II enriched mantle formed by dehydration and metasomatism of the mantle wedge by the fluids from the Neo-Tethys plates.Due to the E-W collapse(about 15 Ma),the Lhasa terrane starts to stretch and thin,lead to melting of the EMⅡ-type enriched mantle under decompression and resulted the formation of O-type adakitic mafic magma rich in Cu,Au and so on.These adakitic mafic magma mixed with the granitic magma of high K and middle-high Fe/Mg features during ascend along normal faults in rift system,finally led to the formation of quartz diorite-porphyrite-adamellite porphyry-granodiorite porphyry assemblage in the deposits at the shallow crust.
【Fund】: 国家“973”计划项目(2011CB403103);; 中央公益性行业科研专项课题(200911007-02)
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