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《Geotectonica Et Metallogenia》 2009-02
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Characteristics of Mo Deposits in the Eastern Qinling and Comparison with Those in Climax-Henderson

WEI Qingguo1,2,YUAN Zhenlei3,YAO Junming1,CHEN Wei1,2,QIAO Bo3 and ZHAO Taiping1(1.Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Science,Guangzhou 541640,Guangdong,China;2.Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Science,Beijing 100049,China;3.Institute of Geological Sciences of Henan Province,Zhengzhou 450053,Henan,China)  
The eastern Qinling molybdenum belt is the main molybdenum metallogenic regions in China,which is located in the southern margin of North China Craton.Molybdenum deposits generally occur in nearly E-W direction along the tectonic lineation,most of which occur as porphyry-type deposits.There is a trend of porphyry Cu-Mo,Mo and Au-Mo deposit zoning from south to north,similar to the mineralization zoning of porphyry Cu,Cu-Mo and Mo in subduction zone.It indicates that the molybdenum mineralization was correlated with the northward subduction of the Yangtze Block beneath the North China Block.According to Re-Os chronology data of molybdenite from Mo deposits in the eastern Qinling,three episodes of molybdenum mineralization are recognized:~220 Ma,~140 Ma and~110 Ma.The formation time for Mo deposits are corresponding to those of intra-continental collision,post-collision extension and rift extension,respectively.Homogenization temperatures of fluid inclusion in Mo deposits range from~83℃ to 424℃ and salinities from 0.61% to 42.5%(NaCl equivalent).Oxygen(δ18OH2O=-4.3~8.7‰) and hydrogen(δD=-100~-40‰) isotope data on fluid water of hydrothermal minerals indicate a dominant derivation from magmatic fluid and post-magmatic meteoric water(e.g.post-mineralization alteration).The features of Mo mineralization and alteration of wall rocks indicate that the Mo mineralization may have been enriched by fluid differentiation from the small granite porphyry hosts.The lead isotopic compositions(206Pb/204Pb=17.12~17.89,207Pb/204Pb=15.23~15.70 and 208Pb/204Pb=37.57~39.10) of Mo deposits are identical with that of lower continental crust,while strontium(Sri=0.705~0.714) and oxygen(δ18O=7.2‰~12.1‰) isotopic compositions of granite porphyry are akin to that of I-type granites.So,the above results of Mo deposits and small granite porphyry stocks indicate a derivation of lower continental crust for Mo deposits.Mo resource in metallogenic belt of the eastern Qinling accounts for more than 51% of the total in China,while it in Climax Henderson up to 42% of the total in America.Mo resource in America and China ranks No1 and No2 in the world,respectively,indicating a high enrichment in the eastern Qinling,in China and Climax Henderson in the middle-western of America.Climax Henderson Mo deposits were formed at 33~18 Ma,a slightly later than the Laramide(75~54Ma) intro-continental orogenic events.Molybdenum mineralization occurred in extensional setting.Some cognitions can be attained through the comparison between the eastern Qinling and Climax Henderson as follows:1) The two regions are both located at the margin of cratons;2) Molybdenum mineralization were both occurred in post-collision extension system;3) The abundances of molybdenites in the eastern Qinling(0.073%~ 0.140%) are lower than that of Climax Henderson(0.171%~0.264%);4) Temperatures for molybdenum mineralization are lower in the eastern Qingling(300℃~400℃) than that in Climax Henderson(460℃~600℃),indicating a shallower intrusion of the related magma and also support assumation of an origin from the margin of craton.Thickened crust caused by collision of continents and relative extension after collision are beneficial to mineralization of molybdenum.During the formation of the small granite porphyry stocks,the intrusive depths of granite magma influence the grade of Mo deposits.The deeper the intrusive levels were,the higher the grade of Mo deposits was.
【Fund】: 国家基础研究发展计划(973项目)“华北大陆边缘造山过程与成矿”(2006CB403502);; “河南省国土资源重大科技项目”
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