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Geochemistry of the late Mesozoic mafic dikes in western Fujian Province

ZHANG Gui shan1,2, WEN Han jie1, QIU Yu zhuo1 (1. Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang 550002,China; 2. Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100039,China)  
Mafic dikes are a special kind of rock series represented the pull apart role within the continental plate. It includes abundant information of mantle and is recognized as the time scale of the important tectonic conversion.From Jurassic to Cretaceous the tectonic stress took place a great conversion from extrusion to pull apart, accompanying with the intrusion of I type and type granites and the eruption of bimodal volcanic rocks and the formation of a great amount of mafic dikes in southern China. By the studies on mafic dikes in western Fujian, this paper discusses the diagenetic method and process and the source feature of mafic dikes in term of the petrology and geochemistry combined with the geotectonic background. The geochemical studies show that the late Mesozoic mafic dikes in western Fujian Province belong to subalkaline rock series with the characteristics of high Al, low Ti and Na2O K2O. Compared to MORB, the mafic dikes are enriched in LILE and depleted in HFSE. The Bancun diabase dike and Bali bojite dike are characterized by the negative anomalies of Nb, Ta and Ti, whereas the Linzifen diabase dike shows the negative anomaly of Nb Ta and slightly positive anomaly of Ti. The ∑REE contents of the Bancun and Bali mafic dikes, with the obvious enrichment of LREE [(La/Yb)N=6.8~8.4], is higher than that of the Linzifen with the slight enrichment of LREE [(La/Yb)N=2.0]. The tectonic discriminant diagrams of Hf/3 Th Ta and Th/Zr Nb/Zr show that the Bancunand Bali mafic dikes might be formed in the continental pull apart belt, whereas the Lizhifen mafic dike might be formed in the continental rift or epicontinental rift. Based on above geochemical evidence and regional geotectonic evolution, it is indicated that the Bancun and Bali mafic dikes might be derived from subduction related metasomatic enriched mantle, however, the Linzifen mafic dike might be the partial melting product of the asthenosphere and the crustal contamination resulted in the enrichment of LILE. Combined with the basalt tectonic discrimination diagrams, the Bancun and Bali mafic dikes, with features of continent marginal arc magmatism, possess no meaning for identification of their tectonic environment, but imply the metasomatism of their source region caused by fluids derived from subducting plate. Therefore, the Bancun and Bali dikes are recognized as products formed in the pull apart belt with in continental plate; while the Linzifen dike in with in plate rift. In comparison with mafic dikes in other areas of South China, an apparent variation is found in the tectonicenvironment and trace element geochemistry of mafic dikes, although they were all formed at a same extensional tectonic environment in South China during late Mesozoic. It reflects the complexities of the tectonic environment evolution andmantle composition in various areas of South China.
【Fund】: 中国科学院知识创新工程重要方向项目(KZCX3-SW-125;KZCX2-102)
【CateGory Index】: P588.124
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1 XU Baoliang\ WANG Shiguang\ HAN Baofu\ YAN Guohan\ HE Zhongfu (Department of Geology,Peking University,Beijing,100871);A Type Granites with the Character of Enrichment and Loss with Particular Reference to Both Suites of the Yanshan, North China and Wulunguhe,Northwest China[J];ACTA SCICENTIARUM NATURALUM UNIVERSITIS PEKINESIS;1998-Z1
2 JIA Da-cheng 1,2 ,HU Rui-zhong 1 (1.LODG Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Guiyang550002,China;2.Coll.of Geo-exploration and Inform ation Tech.,Jilin Univ.,Changchun130026,China);DIAGENESIS TECTONIC SETTING AND MOBILIZING FORM OF GRANITIC ROCKS IN TECTONIC MOBILIZED EPOCH IN NORTHEASTERN HUNAN PROVINCE[J];Geotectonica Et Metallogenia;2001-03
3 Wang Dezi Pen Yaming Yuan Pu (Department of Geology, Nanjing University);PETROLOGY,GEOCHEMISTRY AND GENESIS OF KUIQI GRANITE BATHOLITH[J];Geochimica;1985-03
4 Li Xianhua Gui Xuntang(institute of Geochemistry (Guangzhou Branch), Academla Sinica, 510640);DATING OF GRANITOID ROCKS——A BRIEF METHODOLOGICAL DISCUSSION[J];Geochimica;1990-04
5 Li Peizhong Yu Fuji Liu Deping Yu Jinsheng(Institute of Geochemistry, Academia Sinica, Guangzhou, 510640);THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN δD AND MAGMA DEGASSING OF THE NIANZISHAN MIAROLITIC ALKALINE GRANITE, HEILONGJIANG[J];Geochimica;1992-01
6 Li Peizhong Yu Jinsheng [Institute of Geochemistry(Guangzhou Branch),Academia Sinica,Guangzhou,510640];NIANZISHAN MIAROLITIC ALKALINE GRANITE STOCK,HEILONGJIANG——ITS AGES AND GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS[J];Geochimica;1993-04
7 Wang Yixian; Zhao Zhenhua; Bao Zhiwei; Li Xianhua(Guangzhou Institute of Geochemiscy Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640);GEOCHEMISTRY OF GRANTOIDS FROM ZHEJIANG PROVINCE AND CRUSTAL EVOLUTION──Ⅰ.PHANEROZOIC GRANITOIDS[J];GEOCHIMICA;1997-05
8 QIU Jian sheng1,2, WANG De zi2, Satoshi Kanisawa3, Brent I A McInnes4(1 State Key Laboratory of Mineral Deposit Research of Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China; 2 Department of Earth Sciences, Nanjing University,Nanjing 210093, China; 3 Insti;Geochemistry and petrogenesis of aluminous A-type granitesin the coastal area of Fujian Province[J];GEOCHIMICA;2000-04
9 LI Xian hua1, ZHOU Han wen1,2, WEI Gang jian1, LIU Ying1, CHUNG Sun lin3, LO Ching hua3, LEE Chi yu3(1. Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, China; 2. Faculty of Earth Sciences, China University of;Geochemistry and Sr-Nd isotopes of Cenozoic ultrapotassic lamprophyres in western Yunnan: Constraints on the composition of sub-continental lithospheric mantle[J];Geochimica;2002-01
10 LI Xian hua, LIU Ying, TU Xiang lin, HU Guang qian, ZENG Wen(Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, China);Precise determination of chemical compositions in silicate rocks using ICP AESand ICP MS: A comparative study of sample digestion techniquesof alkali fusion and acid dissolution[J];Geochimica;2002-03
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