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《Geotectonica Et Metallogenia》 2005-03
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MESOZOIC-CENOZOIC MAGMATISM IN SOUTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA AND ITS SURROUNDING AREAS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO TECTONICS

ZHOU Di, LIU Hailing and CHEN Hanzong (CAS Key Labboratory of Marginal Sea Geology and South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, GD 510301, China)  
The spatial-temporal distribution, geochemistry, tectonic environment of Mesozoic-Cenozoic magmatism in the region of Nansha sea area in southern South China Sea and its adjacent areas are summarized. The Yan- shanian period (from Jurassic to Cretaceous) was characterized mainly by intermediate-acid magmatic activities in the west and south, representing the extension of the SE Asian Mesozoic magmatic belt in Sundaland. Meanwhile, basic-ultrabasic rocks in the south between Nansha Islands and Kalimantan are representative of the oceanic crust of the proto-South China Sea that was incorporated into mélanges during its southward subduction. The Early Himala- yan period (from Paleocene to Eocene) was relatively quiet in terms of magmatic activity. Then during the first epoch of the Late Himalayan period (from Late Oligocene to Middle Miocene), magmatism was active again but was restricted to a zone extending from Sarawak to Cagayan, and is represented mainly by dacite, granodiorite, andesite, diorite in the west and by basaltic andesite in the east. The intensity and scale were probably too small to lead to formation of a volcanic arc related to the subduction of the proto-South China Sea. During the second epoch of the Late Himalayan period (from Late Miocene to Quaternary) the magmatic activity reached its climax, as large-scale intermediate-basic volcanic eruption occurred in most parts of the area, especially in southern Indochina Peninsula and northern Kalimantan Island. This is perhaps indicative of an upwelling mantle hot-blob in the area.
【Fund】: 国家“十五”社会公益研究计划(2001DIA50041-01);; 国家重点基础研究发展规划(G2000046702);; 中国科学院知识创新项目(KZCX2-SW-117)资助.
【CateGory Index】: P588.11
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