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Geochemical characteristics and zircon LA-ICP-MS U-Pb dating of Galale skarn gold(copper) deposit,Tibet and its significance

Lü Lina1,2,Cui Yubin3,Song Liang3,Zhao Yuanyi1,2,Qu Xiaoming1,2,Wang Jiangpeng3 1.Institute of Mineral Resources,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences,Beijing 100037,China 2.Key Laboratary of Metallogeny and Mineral Assessment,Ministry of Land and Resources of the People's Republic of China,Beijing 100037,China 3.China University of Geosciences(Beijing),Beijing 100083,China  
The Galale gold(copper) deposit is located in the west section of Bangong lake-Nujiang suture zone in Tibet.It is a gold(of large scale) and copper(of small scale) skarn deposit.There are mainly huge porphyritic quartz diorite,middle-fine grain granodiorite and diorite porphyrite in the mine area.The REE differential degree of rock sample in this ore deposit has a relatively higher value,and Eu negative anomaly is weak.The content of Al2O3 is 14.45%-15.84%.The aluminum supersaturation index(A/CNK) ranges between 1.33 and 1.46,which is greater than 1,indicating its being S-type granite.According to the analysis of trace elements,the magmatic body belongs to MPG.The forming stage is close to the collision stage.The result of zircon LA-ICP-MS dating indicates that the age of huge porphyritic quartz diorite is 131±17 Ma,that of the middle-fine grain granodiorite is 86.52±0.41 Ma,and those of the two diorite porphyrites are 88.59±0.45 Ma and 88.09±0.41 Ma.Among them,the huge porphyritic quartz diorite is a non-mineralization magmatic body,and the dating data represents the lower limit of the mineralization age.The copper-gold orebody was only produced in the contact zone of the middle-fine grain granodiorite and the diorite porphyrite magmatic body with the limestone and the siltstone with silicalite.So it was mineralized in the stage of Yanshan.According to the result of dating,the evolutionary process of this ore deposit can be approximately divided into two stages: the invasion of non-mineralization magmatic body-huge porphyritic quartz diorite in the early cretaceous and the formation of mineralization magmatic body in the late Cretaceous.They occurred in the Cretaceous,the fourth stage of Prototethys tectonic evolution,i.e.,the orogenesis stage of arc-continent collision.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展计划“973”项目“青藏高原南部增生造山成矿系统发育机制”(2011CB403103);; 国家科技支撑课题“西藏班公湖岛弧带铜、金、富铁矿评价与综合找矿技术方法示范研究”(2006BAB01A05);; 中国地质调查局青藏专项“西藏班公湖—怒江成矿带找矿远景区评价”(1212010818097)
【CateGory Index】: P618.51;P597.3
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