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《Acta Geologica Sinica》 2001-03
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Chronological Study of Caledonian Metamorphic Pegmatite Muscovite Deposits in the Altay Mountains, Northwestern China, and Its Significance

WANG Denghong, CHEN Yuchuan, XU Zhigang1) Institute of Mineral Resources, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing, 100037 2) Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing, 100037  
Rare metal-muscovite deposits in the Altay Mountains, northwestern China, have long been taken as the product of Hercynian orogenesis. Through field investigations and isotope chronological study, the authors have for the first time obtained some isotope chronological data indicating Caledonian mineralization in the study area, i. e. : the Yelaman large beryl-bearing muscovite deposit in the eastern Altay Mountains was formed at 426±13 Ma, the Nasenqia large beryl-bearing muscovite deposit in the central Altay Mountains was formed at 447. 7±0. 4 Ma, and the Baixing muscovite-pegmatite dike at Qinghe in the eastern Altay Mountains was formed at 436. 0 ± 0. 5 Ma. These isotopic data provide important evidence for solving the problem of whether there occurred Caledonian mineralization and further support the view that pegmatites and pegmatite rare metal-muscovite deposits in the Altay area were not only formed in the Hercynian. Considering that the three deposits are located in the western, central and eastern Altay Mountains, the authors think that Caledonian mineralization is widespread.
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