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《Geotectonica Et Metallogenia》 2012-02
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Fluid Inclusion Studies and the Genesis of the Sarekuobu Gold Deposit, Xinjiang

QIN Yajing1,2, ZHANG Li1, ZHENG Yi1,2, LIU Chunfa1,2 and CHI Haogang3 (1.Key Laboratory of Mineralogy and Metallogeny, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, Guangdong, China; 2.Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China; 3.Zhaojin Kunhe Mining Industry Company, Zhaoyuan Gold Industry Group, Altay 836500, Xinjiang, China)  
The Sarekuobu Au deposit is located in a Devonian volcanic-sedimentary basin of the Altay orogenic belt. Volcanic rocks and sedimentary strata exposed in the area experienced greenschist-facies metamorphism. According to the interrelation of quartz veins, the hydrothermal ore-forming processes of the deposit can be divided into early, middle and late stages, represented by pyrite-quartz, polymetallic sulfide-quartz and carbonate-quartz veinlets, respectively. The early-stage veins or minerals were structurally deformed and brecciated, indicating a compressional or trans-compressional setting. The middle-stage veinlets intruded and filled the fissures of the early-stage assemblages without deformation, suggesting a tensional shear setting. The late-stage veinlets mostly filled open-space of fissures that crosscut and altered the earlier stage veins. Four types of fluid inclusions(FIs) are distinguished, including aqueous (W-type), carbonic-aqueous (C-type), purely carbonic (PC-type) and solid-bearing (S-type). The early-stage quartz contain the C- and PC-type primary FIs, and the homogenization temperatures of the primary C-type fluid inclusions in the early stage quartz range from 271°C to 446°C with salinities ranging from 5.9% to 8.4% NaCleqv The middle-stage quartz trapped C-, PC-, W- and S-type fluids inclusions with the lower temperatures ranging from 236°C to 374°C and higher salinities ranging from 4.8% to 15.0% NaCleqv. Laser Raman analysis indicate that the gases in fluid inclusions are CO2, CH4 and N2. The late-stage quartz veins contain only aqueous fluid inclusions with homogenization temperatures ranging from 139°C to 264°C, and salinities ranging from 1.1% to 6.9% NaCleqv. The low salinity and high CO2 content indicate that the ore-forming fluid may be metamorphic fluid. In the middle stage, coexistence and similar homogenization temperature of C-, W- and S-types indicate that metal precipitation may result from fluid boiling and CO2-escaping. The estimated trapping pressures of boiling FIs assemblage range from 90 to 330 MPa, suggesting an alternating lithostatic-hydrostatic fluid-system, controlled by the fault-valve at the depth of 9~12 km. In the middle stage, fluid boiling caused CO2 escape and metals precipitation, which resulted in the formation of most of the reserves, and meteoric water added to the ore-forming system in the late stage also caused the precipitation of metals. In conclusion, our results show that the Sarekuobu Au deposit in Xinjiang is an orogenic gold deposit.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(41072062);; 国家973项目(2007CB411303);; 国家科技支撑计划项目(2007BAB25B03);; 中国科学院广州地球化学研究所知识创新工程领域前沿项目资助
【CateGory Index】: P618.51
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