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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 2012-07
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Topographic erosive diversities of the Xiangshan uranium ore-field,Jiangxi province and its implications for ore-preservation:evidences from fission track dating of apatite

CHEN Zheng-Le1,HAN Feng-Bin1,YANG Nong1,WANG Ping-An2,GONG Hong-Liang1, SHAO Fei3,TANG Xiang-Sheng3,XU Jin-Shan3,ZHOU Yong-Gui1,WANG Yong1 1 Institute of Geomechinacs,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences,100081 Beijing,China 2 Beijing Jianlong Investment Company,Beijing 100060,China 3 Research Institute No.270,CNNC,Nanchang,Jiangxi 330200,China  
This paper mainly presents analyses results of fission track dating of apatite and Digital Elevation Modeling(DEM) of the Xiangshan landscape,to discuss the relationship of the topographic erosion after uranium mineralization with the ore-preservation.DEM synthetic image and runoff system distribution suggested that the Xiangshan ore-field was a kind of medium erosive landform,with apparently erosive diversities in south-north and east-west side of the Xiangshan main peak.The distribution of uranium deposits was highly related to sub-volcanic apparatus,with most sub-volcanic apparatus heavy eroded in southern ore-field,weakly eroded in western,and medium eroded in northern and northwestern.Apatite in volcanic rocks both from the peak of Xiangshan mountain and around the Xiangshan ore-field was chosen out and applied to fission track dating.It was yielded that rocks from southern and northern ore-field were earlier exposed at the surface than those from western areas,but later than those from the peak of Xiangshan mountain.Temperature-time modeling by the length and age of the fission track of apatite showed that the rapid exhumation of western Xiangshan areas took placed during 60~40Ma,in southern and eastern parts during 75~60 Ma,and in the peak of Xiangshan Mountain during 100~75 Ma,indicating that the peak and southern and eastern Xiangshan ore-fields had experienced much longer time erosion than western ore-fields.Our results are fairly consistent with the nowadays regional exposed characteristics of volcanic rocks,with distribution patterns of mineralization-related alternation,and with the temperature and depth of uranium mineralization,suggesting that southern and eastern parts of the Xiangshan ore-field should be relatively heavy eroded,leading to the depletion of those medium-epithermal ore-bodies probably earlier formed.Northern and northwestern parts be moderately eroded,leading alkaline-altered-related uranium ore-bodies relatively deeply formed under relative high temperature exposed at the surface.While with weak erosion in western,most uranium ore-bodies probably still preserved and acid-alteration-related uranium ore-bodies under lower temperature exposed at the surface.As a result,it was proposed that western deep areas were of favorable for further ore-prospecting.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展计划(2007CB411305);; 全国危机矿山接替资源找矿项目(200436009和20089950);; 国家自然科学基金项目(41072071)联合资助
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